Levington Suffolk UK|
The Moody 376, designed by Bill Dixon, has proved hugely successful. Robustly built by Marine Projects, these spacious and easily handled family cruisers haver stood the test of time well and remain as popular as ever. Miss Saigon has been in her present ownership since 2002 and has been carefully used and maintained to a high standard by her knowledgeable owners and is now only for sale due to advancing years With her shallow draft Scheel keel she is ideal for exploring the East Coast and beyond.
Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk office 01473 659 681.
|Vessel name:||Miss Saigon|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Cruising Speed:||6.5 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||8 knots|
|Length over all:||37' 10"|
|Length at waterline:||31' 3"|
|Maximum draft:||4' 6"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||204 Litres|
|Water capacity:||250 Litres|
The layout offers up to seven berths with two double sleeping cabins separate from the main accommodation. In the forecabin, V berth with infill and stowage under. Opening hatch to deck. Hanging locker. En-suite heads compartment with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. The heads can also be accessed from the saloon. In the saloon, dinette to port with single settee berth opposite. Fixed table with drop leaves. Opening hatch to deck. Chart table to starboard with galley opposite. Two burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven. Cooker removed and professionally refurbished 2020. Gas safety certificate January 2020. Twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water supply. Hot water heated by engine or immersion heater. 250 litre freshwater capacity. Refrigerator. Walk through to aft cabin with single berth to starboard. In aft cabin, double berth to port with settee opposite. Hanging locker and good general stowage. En-suite heads compartment with marine toilet and washbasin. Eberspacher diesel fired hot air central heating. 240 volt shorepower system with three sockets.
Built by Marine Projects for Moody Marketing to a design by Bill Dixon. White GRP hull with style stripes. Alloy toe rail. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to deck. Shallow draft cast iron Scheel keel. Skeg hung rudder. Wheel steering (new Whitlock pedestal and steering wires 2002). Centre self draining cockpit. Teak laid cockpit seating (2019). Sugar scoop transom with boarding ladder. Hull below waterline epoxied 2013.In 1999 the engine inlet, cockpit drain and heads outlet seacocks replaced. Saloon and aft cabin windows renewed 2019.
Plough anchor with chain and warp
Electric anchor windlass (2013)
Self draining anchor stowage locker
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardwires( 2019) with alloy stanchions
Teak coachroof grabrails
Stainless steel granny bars at mast
Amidships mooring cleats
Two dorade ventilators
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Outboard stowage bracket
Liferaft stowage bracket
Various warps and fenders
Winter storage cradle
Steering compass, 2002
New Whitlock pedestal, 2002
Stowe Dataline depth, boatspeed and log, windspeed and direction, GPS repeater
Icom DSC VHF radio
Philips AP Mk6 GPS
Standard Horizon CP33 chart plotter
Raytheon R20X radar
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
Clock and barometer
Masthead and deck level navigation lights
Located in insulated compartment under the cockpit, Thorneycroft T80 four cylinder 35hp diesel engine. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to two bladed propeller. Rope cutter (2002). Single lever control. 204 litre fuel capacity. Cruising speed under power 6.5 knots. The engine has been regularly serviced and work completed includes: new gearbox 1999; new water pump 2014; new ignition switch, new alternator 2017; new exhaust injection bend and new heat exchanger 2018; sump removed and repainted, new drain plug, gearbox removed and new cones fitted, stuffing box repacked 2020. Vetus bowthruster, 1998.
4 x 12 volt batteries in three banks, 2016
Alternator charging (new alternator 2017)
240 volt shorepower system
Ring main with three outlets
Battery charger, 2020
Three fire extinguishers
Atuomatic engine room fire extinguisher
Cockpit harness eyes
Two horseshoe lifebuoys with lights
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner s specific needs.