Moody Eclipse 33

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Moody Eclipse 33

Moody Eclipse 33


HEXIDOR is a good example of the Moody Eclipse 33.  She has been well maintained and updated throughout her ownership.  Inside steering position and bright and airy deck saloon.  Capable of being sailed in comfort throughout the season.  easily sailed single or shorthanded.  Designed by Bill Dixon she was built in 1990 and commissioned in 1991.  She has been in the current ownership for three years and is currently afloat in Brixham. Sleeping accommodation is in two private double cabins as well as a saloon conversion.

Masthead sloop rigged with stainless steel standing rigging that was replaced in 2004.  The Mainsail and furling genoa were also fitted in 2005.

This Moody Eclipse 33 has a comprehensive inventory and her Navigation Equipment includes, Plotter and autohelm.  Further useful extras are the electric windlass, Sprayhood, Gas alarm and carbon monoxide detector.

Below decks she is light and spacious with fitted carpets throughout.  The galley is fitted with  a 2 burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill.  A water filtering system is installed in the galley as well as pressurised hot and cold water.

The deck saloon has  excellent visibility all around, together with a convertible dinette, a folding leaf table and U shaped seating for six.  The interior helm is to starboard with engine controls and instrumentation.

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