Moody 376 ''Seahawk'
For Sale

by Gavin Wylie
(Hassocks England)

MOODY 376 1988 'Seahawk'

Price £65,000 VAT paid.

Part I British Registered. Lying Antigua.

Cruised by present owners in Eastern Caribbean since 2003 and laid up ashore for 7/8 months each year.

Very well maintained and in excellent condition.
Set up for comfortable living aboard. Epoxied by first owner.

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  • Thornycroft T98 50HP; Hurth HW100 gearbox;

  • Lucas 'Blue Water' spec sails - fully battened main with stackpack and furling genoa;

  • Trysail and spare genoa;

  • Removable inner forestay;

  • Selden telescopic spinnaker pole;

  • Hydrovane self-steering gear;

  • Rocna 20kg anchor with 200ft chain; 35lb CQR kedge;

  • 4 Solar panels and Aqua4Gen wind generator;

  • 6 man liferaft;

  • AB 2.6VS rib and 9.8HP Tohatsu outboard;

  • Standard Horizon VHF DSC;

  • Nav6Plus;

  • Garmin GPS;

  • JRC 1000 radar;

  • Alinco ham SSB;

  • Shore power;

  • Four batteries;

  • Bimini, hatch covers, rain covers, dodgers. Sprayhood over fixed Merkalon windscreen;

  • Rope cutter;

  • Fridge;

  • Magma gas barbeque;

  • More extras and further equipment;

  • Many engine spares and tools.

For details contact Gavin Wylie:
Phone: +44 (0)7740 779802

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Oct 21, 2013
More on the Moody 376...
by: Dick McClary

Like its predecessor, the Moody 37, the 376 was designed by Bill Dixon of Angus Primrose Ltd, built by Marine Projects in Plymouth and marketed by A H Moody & Son of Swanwick, England. The first 376 was launched in 1987 and remained in production until 1991.

This moderate displacement, centre-cockpit, fin and skeg configuration sailboat was built to high standards and is a highly-regarded cruising boat.

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