This Moody 33 MkII has been cared for by the current owners for the last 25 years, cruising extensively around the Mediterranean.
This well built and capable cruiser, designed by Angus Primrose and built by Marine Projects Ltd was first introduced in 1973. It was the first Moody design specifically aimed at mass production, and rapidly became very popular.
The Moody 33 Mk II models were built from 1976-1981, they have slight variations in internal layout including the galley, chart table and saloon. Externally the only obvious difference is that Mk Is have a central hatc... read more
My first sight and thoughts of this Moody 33 Mark II, was impressive, well looked after and in great condition for its age. A distinctive centre-cockpit layout with navigation equipment, cockpit table and drinks holders, locker storage, blue upholstered cushions, with a wide-beamed hull design.
You enter through the main companionway which is covered with a blue canvas spray hood and step down into the galley.
The galley is on the port side; it is well appointed with sink, fridge/stove/oven and storage. Opposite, on the starboard side, is a chart table with navigation equipment and VHF... read more
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