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Moody 134 Grenadier Cruising Ketch named "Maron", built in 1981 by Moody & Son Ltd. From third owner (since 1992) who is selling her after buying a motor yacht. "Maron" is an impressive and powerful cruising yacht, accommodation for up to 8 people, suitable for living aboard.
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Afmetingen   13,41 x 4,11 x 1,90 (m)
Materiaal   polyester
Bouwjaar   1981
Motor(en)   1 x Perkins 4.236M Diesel
PK/Kw   72 (pk), 52,92 (kw)
Ligplaats   bij verkoopkantoor
Verkoopkantoor   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   verkocht
Btw   betaald

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GRP sailing yacht Moody Grenadier 134 Cruising Ketch named "Maron", built in 1981 by A.H. Moody & Son Ltd in Swanwick - Great Britain, hull number: 5052, design by Laurent Giles & Partners Ltd. Dim.: Loa 13,41 m (Lwl 10,51 m) x 4,11 m x 1,90 m, GRP hull and superstructure, the main decks are in G.R.P. sandwich construction with a complete teak laid deck (teak deck needs replacement in the next 5 years). Round bilged hull, long keel, windows in aluminium framing, displacement approx. 14.7 tonnes, ballast: approx. 5,893 tonnes (lead), fuel capacity (in two GRP tanks) approx. 680 litres, fresh water capacity (in two stainless steel tanks): approx. 727 litres, holding tank capacity: approx. 150 litres, mechanical steering system, emergency tiller.


Teak interior, accommodation for 5 (+2 in saloon) persons in three cabins, standing headroom throughout accommodation.
Saloon: spacious, full width of the ship, incorporating two L-shaped settees, two fixed tables in front of each settee with fold over leaf connecting the two tables to form maximum dining area.
The chart table is located to port aft of the settee looking forward.
Forward cabin with wardrobes and locker, infill section to fit between two forward berths converting into a double.
Cabin to starboard: 1 persons - bed, wardrobe and dressing table with drawers under.
Forward toilet: shower (holding tank / electric overboard discharge), wash basin and Blake manual toilet.
Main owner's cabin aft: large double bed, a low L-shaped settee, large wardrobes and dressing table.
Owner's toilet compartment: shower (holding tank / electric overboard discharge), wash basin and a Blake manual toilet.
Galley: situated to starboard of engine in main passageway to aft cabin, with Corian worktops, two sinks, Coolmatic Waeco refrigerator with small freeze compartment (2006), Optimus three burner gas cooker with oven and grill, Optimus toaster.
Electric water pressure system, hot water through boiler (runs on engine & 230 Volt), Webasto diesel heater to all the cabins (not working).


Perkins 4.236 - 4 cylinder 72 hp diesel engine of 1981, intercooling system (has been fitted beneath saloon), Morse single lever control, panel with counters for oil pressure, gearbox oil, water pressure and rev. counter. Propeller shaft stainless steel - water lubricated, three bladed fixed propeller, consumption 4 litre/hour, maximum speed 8 knots, Vetus 3 kW electric bow thruster of 1989, Yanmar YDG 2000E 2 diesel generator, 90 Amp 24 Volt alternator at main engine, four batteries in two banks.
Electric system: 24/12/220 Volt, shore power with earth leakage breaker, battery charger, invertor. Electric and manual bilge pumps with deck wash, automatic fire extinguisher in engine room.


Sestrel Major compass, Walker echo sounder and log, Shipmate RS 83 VHF (Atis?), Navstar 603S Sat/Nav 1987 - interfaced to heading reference compass & Walker log, Neco autopilot with dual station control, Furuno 1800 radar of 1987, Garmin GPS 152.


Removable dock house (2006), sprayhood, cockpit cover, Neco Marine 24V electric windlass, anchor with chain, aluminium toe rail, stainless steel pulpit and push pit, bathing platform, boarding ladder, clock and barometer in saloon.


Ketch rig, Tab furling system for main, head sail furling system, stainless steel standing rigging, sails: top furling mainsail: (1992), furling genoa (1992), working Jib (1981) and mizzen. Lewmar winches on main mast: 1x 40 two speed + 1x 30 two speed + 1x 8 single speed, winches in cockpit: Lewmar 2x 48 ST genoa sheet winches + 1x Gibb 28 STA single speed on cockpit roof, Lewmar winches on mizzen mast: 2x 8 single speed.


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