1 x 230hp Yanmar
7 berths in 4 cabins
665.000 € EU VAT paid
This impressive Moody 64 is a well-equipped and modern cruising yacht offering first-rate performance and exceptionally easy handling - despite her size she can be easily handled by two. It is the ideal centre cockpit ocean-going yacht to undertake the most ambitious blue water cruising in uncompromising comfort and style. An excellent example which has to date only been cruising in the Med. **** Spanish flag ****
1 x 230hp Yanmar 4LH-ST 4 cylinder
Engine Hours: 3000 aprox.
10 knots aprox.
Fuel: 2400 Litres
Water: 1400 Litres
Holding: 250 Litres
Engine: 169kW turbo-charged diesel 2.68:1 reduction hydraulic gearbox with s.steel shaft, bronze P bracket and bronze three-blade feathering propeller
Service, electric winches, Lewmar Commander: 8 x 24V 230Ah (2019)
Engine start: 2 x 24V 105A (2019)
Generator start: 1 x 12V (2019)
Navigation systems: 2 x 105Ah
175A main engine alternator
Two 100A battery chargers
Mastervolt 2.5kW inverter
220/240V AC ring main with sockets
Sleipner 24V bowthruster operated by joystick at port helm position. Sidepower SP220TC (thrust 220kg, 15hp) with twin counter rotating propellers.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Two automatic bilge pumps
Watermaker approx 130 litres/hour (2019)
Hot water by engine calorifier or 220V immersion heater, linked to shorepower or generator
Pressurised fresh water system by Jabsco dual pump with integral air accumulator
Engine compartment ventilated by naturally flowing air through supply ducting with thermostatically switched ventilation fans to remove hot air from top of compartment, acoustically insulated Opening door to P has rubber seals to further reduce sound level
Fuel in three aluminium tanks
Fresh water in two rigid welded plastic tanks
Onan 13.5kW generator
Crew Berths: 2
Crew Cabins: 1
Owner's stateroom has large centreline double berth with deep drawer below. Twin curved settees either side with curved front lockers above. Generous hanging space to port and starboard. Large mirror on forward bulkhead conceals TV. Excellent light and ventilation from two deck hatches and four opening portholes.
Head/shower compartment en-suite has separate shower stall with hinged door. Washbasin set into Avonite with mirror fronted locker above. Vacuflush electric freshwater WC.
Principal double guest cabin forward of saloon to port. Light and ventilation from opening deck hatch. Large outboard double berth with storage drawers below. Hanging locker, desk/dressing table and topside locker.
En-suite head/shower compartment forward with shower stall, electric WC, washbasin set into Avonite and locker space.
Twin guest cabin forward of saloon to starboard. Upper and lower berths with storage below. Hanging locker and tall-boy chest of drawers with mirror above. Built-in wine storage below.
Saloon is well lit by large windows and topside portholes. Ventilated by deck hatches and Dorade ventilators. Companionway steps of s.steel frame with curved varnished teak treads with inlaid s.steel wear strips. Large C-shaped settee to port with storage below. Extending dining table with decorated veneer top. Additional seating from two director's chairs on centreline. Two-seater settee with curved back to starboard with drawers below. Further forward is a large drinks locker with bottle and glass storage. Outboard on both sides are storage lockers, the one on the starboard side conceals the TV and contains the audio/DVD systems.
Chart table to port of companionway. Chart stowage beneath lid of table. Instrument displays in front and outboard. Wet hanging locker aft of seat.
Just aft of the chart table is a walk-through passage to the owner's stateroom. To its inboard side is an access door to the engine room. Outboard is a long desk surface with a large lift-up section covering computer equipment. A swing-out leather topped stool is provided. Above the desk and closing flush with the topside joinery is concealed a Pullman berth which can be folded down as required.
Secondary access to engine compartment
Day head (which is also used by twin guest cabin) with shower stall, electric WC, washbasin set into Avonite and locker with mirror.
Crew cabin can be accessed via deck hatch and ladder or via secondary guest cabin. Twin single berths to port and starboard with leg space outboard of head/shower area aft. Storage lockers beneath. Starboard berth hinges up for access to storage bins. Hanging locker forward. Clothes washer/dryer. Manual WC, shower and pull-out washbasin at aft starboard end of cabin, forming a walk-through passage to secondary guest cabin.
20" LCD flat screen TV, recessing into saloon furniture
Sony DAV300 DVD surround sound system (five speakers, plus base woofer) incorporating tuner and audio CD functions
15" LCD flat screen TV in aft cabin, recessed behind mirror
Sony CD/radio with auto-charger in aft cabin
Pale cream leather upholstery in saloon and for seats in owner's stateroom
Cruisair 54,000 BTU (reverse cycle)
Three Vacuflush electric vacuum freshwater flushing WCs (guest cabins)
ITT Brydon Buoy manual freshwater WC (crew cabin)
All WCs have diverter valves for direct overboard pumping with option of using holding tank
Galley to starboard of companionway and one step down from saloon level. Curved joinery topped by s.steel rail around twin galley sinks recessed into Avonite work surface, one has Avonite cover.
Refrigeration, by separate DC powered water cooled compressors:
Top-opening freezer in s.steel
Front opening two-door fridge in s.steel - to main fridge and to wine bottle rack
Drinks cooler unit in cockpit table
Smeg s.steel four-burner cooker with grill and oven in gimbals
Panasonic microwave oven
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot controlling Whitlock autopilot motor, control at starboard helm position
Plastimo Olympic 135 steering compass to both helm positions
Raymarine ST60 speed/log, depth, wind speed and direction, MFD in main hatch garage
Furuno Navnet combined colour radar/chart plotter with 24 (24 mile) radome on mast, plotter screen is 10.4, LCD display at chart table and in cockpit, displays interfaced to ST60 instrumentation, radar/plotter fed to display on aft cabin TV, NMEA data feed
C-Map electronic charts
ICS Nav6plus Navtex at chart table with repeater in owner's stateroom
Ray 230 DSC VHF radio telephone with three handsets at chart table, owner's stateroom and cockpit; facilities include Intercom between handsets, loud hailer, foghorn
Icom IC-M710 SSB MF/HF marine transceiver
McMurdo G4 406MHz GPS EPIRB
Teak handrails on both coachroofs
Rigid windscreen with folding sprayhood of s.steel frames and dark blue acrylic canvas
Lewmar deck clutches and deck organisers
Eight s.steel mooring cleats with s.steel chafing strips to teak caprail in way of cleats
S.steel chafing strips to caprail in way of boarding gates, aft, P & S
Four pairs of Dorade boxes, each with s.steel cowl; all have s.steel protection bars; protection bars over pair by mast serve as 'granny bars'
Two Lewmar Ocean size 3 genoa tracks with Ocean 3 adjustable position car
Lewmar Ocean size 3 mainsheet track with Ocean 3 adjustable position car
Lewmar Ocean size 3 staysail track, radiused and mounted on grp plinth, with Ocean 3 car Lewmar hatches and portlights:
1 x size 70 hatches
6 x size 30 hatches
2 x size 50 hatches
4 x opening ports to topsides
4 x size 4 opening portlights
2 x size 1 opening portlight
All deck hatches fitted with Oceanair screens
2 x 66CEST primaries
2 x 64CST secondaries
2 x 30CST mainsheet travellers
1 x 58CEST mainsheet, staysail sheet, clew outhaul and halyard adjustment tail
Lewmar 3000 24V anchor windlass, operated from steering position or by handset
Oversized Danforth at bow with 100m anchor chain
Danforth kedge with chain and warp
Dark blue bimini and sprayhood (2019)
Tailored off-white cockpit cushions and backrests with dark piping
Cushions for helm seats (2017)
Cockpit speakers with volume control
Varnished folding cockpit table with s.steel framing and cooler unit beneath
H&C transom shower
Salt water deck wash at bow
Fresh water deck wash at bow and at transom
Passerelle with teak treads
Folding bathing ladder in s.steel
Blue canvas covers for wheels, steering consoles, dinghy, cockpit table, sun protection for transom
SPARS & SAILS:
Bermudian Cutter rig
White powder coated aluminium
Keel stepped onto s.steel shoe
Triple aft swept spreaders
Cap shrouds, upper and lower intermediates, aft lowers, forestay, inner forestay and backstay
Dyform low stretch wire standing rigging
Selden Furlex hydraulic furling for mainsail, yankee, staysail - powered by Lewmar Commander 200 power pack
Navtec hydraulic controlled split backstay and boom vang
Boom: white powder coated aluminium
I = 24.00m / 78.7 ft
J = 7.50m / 24.6 ft
P = 21.50m / 70.5 ft
E = 7.15m / 23.4 ft
Sail area (100% fore-triangle) 166.86m2 / 1794 ft2
In-mast furling mainsail 2019 by Doyle
New Genoa by Hood
Furling Yankee, in polyester with UV strip
Furling staysail, in polyester with UV strip
Engine room: Seafire fire extinguisher system, operated automatically and by lanyard from lazarette
Avon Ocean 8 person canister packed liferaft
HSB rapid deployment inflatable lifebuoy
HSB rapid deployment inflatable danbuoy
3,40M dinghy with 20hp Honda outboard
SERVICE HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION:
Manufactured to comply with European Recreational Craft Directive and issued with CE Certificate.
Two applications of Scott Bader enhanced Optima isophalic gelcoat, pigmented dark blue. Initial lay up in isophalic resin combining with powder bound mats. Hull laminate with DCPD modified orthophatic polyester resin. Hull core of 25mm end grain balsa put down on a polyester core bonding paste for maximum skin adhesion. Underwater sections from midships forward further stiffened by Kevlar bi-directional laminate. Glassed in floors and stringers through keel bay and main bilge area plus structural bulkheads and chain plate supports. Structural bulkheads bonded in and through bolted to bonding flange. Bonded in tray moulds creating flange and girder section support. Keel floors moulded down into a deep keel stub. Ring floors carry chainplate loadings through hull floor and slot bonded to main bulkhead. Floor structures are combination of foam cored floor girders through keel floor area, over-laminated with bi-directional stitched mats. Floors through the mast heel area are hardwood covered with over-bonding to carry compression loadings. Bulkheads structurally bonded to hull skin and underside of deck and coachroof with glass bonding and through bolting. Aft saloon bulkhead, forward saloon bulkhead and aft skippers cabin bulkhead are foam cored.
Deck/superstructure are hand laid up. Flat areas are cored with 20mm end grain balsa. Vertical surfaces are cored with 12mm end grain balsa. Load bearing areas have balsa replaced with hardwood and chopped strand mat. Teak laid over side, aft and foredeck and forward and aft coachroofs.
Deck bonded to hull flange and mechanically fastened. Resulting deck edge flange is fitted with laminated teak caprail.
Ballast weight 10 tones. Lead/antimony fin keel with vestigial bulb, externally bolted to keel stub. Fastened with s.steel stubs. Half height skeg with semi-balanced rudder. S.steel bar rudder stock. Cast bronze skeg heel fitting. Twin helm positions with Lewmar destroyer type s.steel wheels with hide covered rims. Lewmar Mamba rod steering linked to tiller bar via bevel gearboxes. S.steel emergency tiller.
S.steel stemhead fitting, inc forestay attachment, with twin bow rollers
S.steel pulpit braced at aft end, with teak seat forward
S.steel quarterguards with gate between and teak seat to both quarters
S.steel stanchions and sockets with braced stanchions at gates P & S
Simpson s.steel 24V davits
Hydraulically operated transom door
S.steel handrails by companionway and aft of helm positions
Teak deck replaced (2018)
This impressive Moody 64 is a well-equipped and modern cruising yacht offering first-rate performance and exceptionally easy handling - despite her size she can be easily handled by two. It is the ideal centre cockpit ocean-going yacht to undertake the most ambitious blue water cruising in uncompromising comfort and style. An excellent example which has to date only been cruising in the Med.
**** Spanish flag ****