|LOA||8.43m (27' 8")|
|LWL||6.67m (21' 11")|
|Beam||2.95m (9' 8")|
|Draft||1.42m (4' 8")|
|Engine size||19 HP|
|Drive type||Shaft Drive|
1983 - The smallest of the production Moodys, the Moody 27 is a useful family cruiser that still looks modern. She's an ideal first time Channel cruising yacht with the Moody pedigree and a good level of equipment. She has a fast hull and a good ballast ratio which makes her both stiff and seaworthy whilst a Volvo 2002 19hp diesel engine gives a good turn of speed under power. 'Nyree' has 5/6 berths in 2 cabins, fitted galley and a large heads compartment with sea toilet and wash basin. Very good overall condition. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Garmin 128 GPS. Clipper GPS repeater. Echo sounder. Wind indicator. Autohelm AH800 autopilot. Vigil radar. Clipper Log/speed/depth with repeaters. 2 x compasses. VHF. Navtex. Clock.
Volvo 2002 19hp diesel engine. 100 litre fuel tank. 100 litre water. Immersion heater.
2 x 90A gel batteries (2016). 240v shore power. Aerogen 4 wind generator. Tescup power unit. Adverc galvanic isolator.
5/6 berths in two separate cabins with good headroom throughout including the separate heads compartment. with sea toilet and shower. Spacious attractive saloon area, with seating/dining arrangements for up to six. Saloon table. Well-equipped galley that features a Plastimo two burner gas hob, oven and grill. Stainless steel sink and tap. Cool box. Hot and cold water system. Stowage space in galley and saloon, in addition, there are hanging lockers for both wet and dry clothing. Stereo system.
Bilge pump. Danbuoy. Jackstays. Delta drogue. Search light. 4 man liferaft. 4 x harnes straps. Bosuns chair.
Sails & Rig
Mainsail. Headsail furling. Genoa furling. Genoa No1. Genoa No2. Storm jib. Tri radial spinnaker. Storm jib. Spinnaker pole. Mast steps.
Deck & General
Anchor. Anchor locker. 6 x winches. Cockpit locker. Boarding ladder. 4 man dinghy with 4hp Mariner outboard engine.
A popular cruising yacht, ideal for the family or the single handed sailor. Viewing at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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