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MoodyMoody Grenadier 134
Introduced: 1980
Ceased: 1986
Hull moulded by: Robert Ives (Boat Builders) Ltd or A H Moody & Son Ltd, Southampton
Fitted out by: A H Moody & Son Ltd, Southampton
Designer: Laurent Giles
Boats Built: 10
Berths: 8

Hull and deck mouldings in GRP, decks in GRP, sandwich construction with a complete teak laid deck as standard. Fo'c's'le: wardrobes and locker, infill section to fit between two forward berths converting into a double. Double cabin to starboard: Higher and lower berths, wardrobe and dressing table with drawers under. Cabin door opening into passageway. Forward passageway. Forward toilet: Fitted with shower, wash basin, and marine toilet. Main Saloon: A spacious main saloon the full width of the ship, incorporating two L-shaped settees with a portable infill cushion forming seating around the two sides and forward end of cabin. Two fixed tables as standard in front of each settee with fold over leaf connecting the two tables to form maximum dining area. The floor is at such a level that you can see out of the coaming windows when stood up and out of the port lights when sat down. The chart table is located to port aft of the settee looking forward. The main companionway steps are amidships clear of the forward end of engine casing, which forms an extra work top area, entrance to the engine room through the full height door to port on aft saloon bulkhead. Galley and passageway: Galley situated to starboard of engine in main passageway to aft cabin, refrigerator, two sinks, gas cooker, a small oilskin locker in passageway amidships aft of engine. Engine room: Situated beneath cockpit floor, main entrance being from main saloon on the port side of engine. Sufficient space to take to auxiliary generator, and to service main engine. Main owner's cabin aft: Large double bed on port side. A low L-shaped settee to starboard running around aft end of cabin, large wardrobes forward to starboard and dressing table amidships with drawers. Owner's toilet compartment: shower, wash basin, and marine toilet.

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Draft (long fin keel)2.13m7'0"
Draft (shaol fin keel)1.90m6'3"
Displacement14,700 kg14.5 Tons
Ballast5,893 kg12,994 lbs
Water727 ltr160 gal192 US gal
Fuel680 ltr150 gal179 US gal
Mainsail32.03m²345 sq ft
Working Jib39.94m²430 sq ft
Mizzen11.33m²122 sq ft
Perkins 4.236 72 hp diesel

Test Reports: Yachting World 1981 & Yachting Monthly 1995

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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. All dimensions, speeds & range given are approximate and should be treated as a guide only. Other Engine makes or models may have been fitted. The pictures are from brochures or of a similar boat.

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