Moody 471 Custom - Euro 130,000 Neg.







Banyu Aman is a 1986 Moody 471 custom. She was built by the U.K.’s leading boat builder A.H. Moody and Sons. The designer, Bill Dixon, made her to be a premium blue water cruiser ideally suited to taking a family or a couple round the world and living at anchor. 


She is 14.17m long. 4.48m wide and has a draft of 1.61m She has an 82hp Perkins diesel and can easily achieve over 7 knots. Her tanks will accommodate 580 liters of water (plus a water maker) and 530 litres of fuel. She also has black water tanks for both heads for use at anchorages or in docks.   

UPGRADES AND MODERNISATION HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2017-2018 UK EXTENSIVE REFIT: (“New” refers to new in the 2017/18 refit)

  • Rigging:
    • All standing and running rigging replaced. StaLok rigging.
    • Two new Seldon genoa furlers
    • Mast steps added
  • Sails:
    • New Code Zero
    • New Staysail and storm Gyb
    • New custom trisail
  • Water:
    • New Spectre Water maker
    • New Seagull IV filter (kills everything and makes the water taste great)
    • New pressurized freshwater system inc. twin coil immersion tank
  • Power:
    • New Fischer Panda i5000 Generator
    • New D400 Eclectic energy wind generator
    • New upgrading re wiring of electrical system where required
    • New AGM batteries throughout in 3 banks (1000 ah)
    • New Mastervolt charger and inverter
  • New Raymarine navigation and systems:
    • New Axiom Pro Chart plotter
    • New Radar
    • New Autopilot (complete system)
    • New anemometer and wind direction
    • All navigational outputs also available on new boat wifi or USB output to laptops and iPads
  • Communications:
    • New ICOM main VHF and Handheld
    • New Red box communication module: integrates new boat Wifi, 3G/4G mobile signal booster, new Iridium satellite communication with external booster aerial 
  • Below the water line:
    • New propeller: Bruntons auto prop, new bearings and new prop shaft, new Bruntons brake lock
    • New steering system: rudder, cables, conduits, bearings etc
    • New Epoxy coat on hull
    • New Copper coat anti-foul
    • New powerful Vetus bow thruster
  • Safety:All new safety kit: 2 life rafts, danbouys, automatic Jon Bouys, Epirb serviced etc
  • Galley:new cooker, new gas system and gas locker 
  • Anchoring:
    • New top of the range Rocna and Mantus anchors, new rodes
    • New Lewmar windlass
  • Plumbing:New plumbing and toilets throughout 
  • And many more itemsreplaced and upgraded in the refit….

INTRODUCTION: (In the owners' words)

"We bought this fantastic Moody 471 custom 3 years ago specifically for this adventure. We have sailed her from the UK to New Zealand over the last 16 months. It has been an amazing family adventure for us. We have sailed with our 2 children, 9 and 10 years old.

I wanted a Moody because it is a classic, go-anywhere, blue water yacht from the legendary designer Bill Dixon and was built by Britain’s leading yacht builder Moody’s. Bill Dixon designed it to do just what we have done, cruise over long distances with great confidence and comfort. The attention to detail and the engineering that went into these boats can-not be beaten. 

Friends of mine had sailed round the world for 5 years in one and had a really fantastic experience - so I was on the lookout for this exact model of boat. It also has a very sea kindly motion which was important for my wife, Christina, who had not done much sailing and suffered from sea sickness on other boats but not this one.

We sailed it in the UK and around the English Channel to get to know her better. I have also sailed for many years professionally, teaching the Royal Yachting Association Yachtmaster Offshore courses as well as offshore racing around Europe. All my experience informed the extensive refit. The fundamentals of the boat design and build are perfect but before we left I wanted all the systems upgraded and modernized to the latest standards and performance. I wanted nothing given to chance for our family adventure.

I lived near the Moody yard and I spent a lot of time in the UK finding great people to help refit her to a very high standard over two years. I wanted to be absolutely sure we could sail safely and very comfortably long distances and get the performance out of the boat when we wanted it. Many of the people who worked on the boat were the original Moody craftsman (shipwrights, riggers, plumbers, engineers etc).

Sailing the Moody 471 with the Solent and Cutter rig is a real joy. She is a sailor’s boat in that respect. The rig and sails are set up for one person to easily handle all the sails with lines leading back to the cockpit (two genoas, code zero and mainsail on furlers). With two people it makes it incredibly easy. 

When we are short tacking upwind we can either use the staysail in higher winds which makes it a very comfortable ride even on very windy days. Or we use the number 2 (135%) genoa which is set on a furler when we need more power in lighter winds. The cutter staysail is removable, unlike many cutter rigs. When you want the bigger number 2 genoa sail for more power this set up means that it tacks unobstructed by the cutter stay. We did a lot of upwind sailing in Europe so it was important to have good performance and options upwind. 

However, the vast majority of our sailing in the last year has been down wind. The Solent rig is exceptional in this regard and she excels downwind. Off the wind, reaching, you can choose from either the Code Zero set on its own furler or the big 165% Genoa set on the forward furler (if the wind strength is higher).  For running downwind the two genoas are set on spinnaker poles (one person can easily rig the spinnaker poles). The wing-on-wing sailing is superb. The boat is perfectly balanced. It’s fast, easy to set-up, extremely easy to handle: the same sail combination and set up can take you from under 10 knots of wind to 50 knots. The stability and control you have does not change through the wind range. Importantly, there is not a need to leave the cockpit. It’s the safest and fastest downwind sailing you can do.

Under power, she displays none of the challenges many other ocean going boats have. She is easy to maneuver, turns in her own length and reverses in a straight line. For really tight berthing situations, there is a bow thruster. The powerful 82HP engine can keep her cruising at speed in all weathers and the Bruntons auto prop feathers automatically tuning itself to the engine speed to maximize fuel economy.

Her short keel has been a huge advantage for us, allowing us to navigate safely the Pacific reefs and shoals. We can get close in (to be really comfortable in anchorages), tucked away from the wind whilst other boats need to stay further out. 

She is a centre cockpit boat which gives great security at sea. It also means that there is a good choice of spaces to socialize in. There are bimini covers and awnings that cover from the mast to the stern of the boat, giving protection against the sun and making it cozy & dry in the rainy Pacific weather conditions.

Down below she is spacious and has been ideal for a family and hosting friends. It’s easy to see where the Moody craftsmen got their reputation. No expense was spared when it came to the build quality and the attention to detail in these custom interiors is exceptional. 

The main saloon is large, open and airy. The drop leaf table (with a leaf on port and starboard) means the space is very flexible, you can use some or all the seating and host a lot of adults. 4-5 adults can sit each side (we’ve had 10 in comfort sitting round the table). The saloon seating can also convert into a day bed which the children have loved.

The Galley is bigger than you find on many boats. The features have been really well thought through to ensure it is safe and uncluttered. Everything is within reach. A big chest fridge (that can also keep items frozen in one corner) means you have everything you need to prepare extensive meals for a lot of people or just a cozy meal for two.

There are two sleeping cabins. The master or owners cabin is in the stern and as with all Moody’s it is a big cabin with a big bed. Lots of storage. It is a really nice space to retreat to and has an en-suite heads and shower. There is standing head room throughout the boat from the forward cabin and heads to the stern owner’s cabin.

The forward cabin is also en-suite and has 4 bunks. It makes it a very airy and light cabin that is flexible for having more guests.

The storage throughout is very well thought through. We have never had a problem stowing away the very large amount of kit we bought along for the family. We even accommodated a full size piano keyboard!   

Sadly, we have reached the end of our journey. Our goal was to get to New Zealand. My work had given me an 18 month break to go on this amazing journey with my family. Now it’s time to go back and restart our lives and jobs in the U.K.

I hope that we can pass on Banyu Aman (which means water calmness or safetyin old Javanese), we have loved her very much. She is ready to sail away and continue the next blue water cruising adventure."


For more info please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We are cruisers and cruising yacht specialists and will be delighted to help answer all your questions about 'Shine of Exeter', anything to do with cruising, cruising with kids, registering the boat in your home country, import process when necessary, planning your trip, insurance etc.


As with all Moody designs the interiors are built to a very high quality and the 471 Custom yachts had a special attention to its wooden detail.

She has a centre cockpit and a large, spacious aft cabin. The aft cabin has a very comfortable generous double bed. Fans and reading lights are fitted on both sides. There is ample storage with large hanging lockers, drawers, cupboards, shelves and stowage bins. There is a Lewmar lockable overhead hatch with fitted fly screens and UV resistant sun cap. The hatch also has an attractive security bars that are removable. This master or owners cabin is en-suite. It can be accessed via the Galley or via the nav station and heads. The heads can be locked so that it becomes exclusive to the master cabin or remains open as a second entry to the master cabin, giving the main saloon access to the bathroom and heads.

The forward cabin has its own en-suite heads and shower. It is an airy cabin with 4 large single bunks. Reading lights and fans are fitted above all bunks. There is a huge range of storage forward: hanging lockers, under bunk stowage, cabinets, drawers and abundant lockers. As with all storage on this Moody internal removable bars are fitted to ensure even when heeled over nothing moves in the lockers. There are two Lewmar hatches with fitted fly screens and UV resistant sun caps. Rain caps are also provided that enable the hatches to remain open at anchor even when it is raining. There are removable security bars in all the Lewmar hatches.

The main saloon is a very social area with a cozy atmosphere. Again storage is huge. Every nook and cranny has been thought about: from an ability to stow a full size piano keyboard to under the cabin floor lockable lockers, a variety of bookshelves, accessible lockers etc. There is also a concealed bilge mounted safe.

Dorade vents help ventilate the boat throughout. The boat has been designed to ensure that there is a continuous gentle breeze naturally blowing through the boat with dorados and external opening ports in the galley and heads specifically designed to facilitate the air flow. Alternatively there is also a Webasto hot heater system for the two bedrooms.

The Galley comes equipped with everything you need for extended cruising. A new ENO cooker, 3 burners, oven and grill. The gas system also has a remote safety gas solenoid operated valve. This system works with either Butane or Propane and come with a universal gas connector kit to ensure that no matter where you go the gas bottles will fit. There is also a new microwave. 

There are twin sinks. New pressurized hot and cold water system, as well as new manual freshwater and salt water pumps. A new Seagull IV filter system ensures that not only does the water always taste great but it is safe - no matter where you fill. Water is never a problem as the water maker can easily keep pace with family needs. The galley fridge is a large chest fridge. It is a plate cooled system that is so efficient it can drop the temperature of the fridge to keep items frozen for days.

All lights throughout the boat have been changed to LED. There is a mixture of soft yellow lights or powerful spot lights in every cabin and area of the boat. Energy consumption can be kept to a minimum and just the right light can set the mood in each cabin. When required working powerful lights can also reach everywhere.

The navigation station is large with a full size chart table. There is plenty of storage and a comfortable captains swivel chair. Or a great homework station.


"The boat has been fitted with many different power options to make sure we never run short and we always have options. There is 12v and 240v fitted throughout."

There are twin alternators on the engine to charge the engine and house battery banks independently. They can be switched in case of failure (a spare alternator is also carried).

A new Panda Fischer 5000i Neo Diesel generator has been installed. This is the latest variable speed generator that is very fuel efficient, tailoring its speed to the charge required. It also has a Panda Fischer Super Silent exhaust fitted that makes it one of the quietest generators. Last major service August 2019.

In addition, there are free energy sources from the new Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator (with remote break). There is also 160W of solar panels. Many days, even with the family using all the power they need (which is often a lot!) we just rely on the wind and solar.

To contain all this power there are new AGM batteries split into 3 banks, 9 batteries and approximately 1000 amp hours.

All the power sources are managed by a new Mastervolt Mass Combi Ultra Inverter and Charger. This unit can intelligently charge the different battery banks providing different charging modes that optimize charging and maintain battery life.

There is also new wiring, new RCDs, new plugs, new grounds etc. The electrical system has been extensively upgraded in the refit.

To aid power consumption, all lights have been changed to LED with new navigation, deck lights, interior lights etc. You can decide to be powerfully lit or have more subtle softer mood lighting. 

  • Alternators: two 60 amp alternators for charging house and engine battery. Separate charging and also emergency override switch will allow alternators to charge the other bank. Both reconditioned in 2018. Spare alternator also carried.
  • Solar: Two 80amp (total 160 amp) fixed panel BP solar panels mounted on A frame
  • Wind Generator: New D400 Eclectic Energy wind generator. Mounted on separate bespoke pole above A frame. Includes rotor break switch. Spare wind generated blades and nose cone included.
  • Diesel generator:
    • New Fischer Panda 5000i Neo variable speed generator
    • New Fischer Pands Super Silent separator (ensures very quiet running of the generator for you and others in the anchorage and no annoying exhaust water slapping)
    • Extensive Fischer Panda extended cruising kit of spares including water pump, starter motors and all parts required for multiple more services etc
    • Last major service August 2019
  • Batteries:
    • New 9 AGM batteries app. 1000 amp hours in three battery banks. 
    • All batteries are in good condition and operating close to their new state
  • Charging/Inverter unit:
    • New Mastervolt Mass combi ultra 12/13000 150 inverter and charger combination
    • A very high quality intelligent charger that can take inputs from several power sources and divide the charging between battery banks. Ensures that batteries are charged at their optimal rate (bulk, absorption and float charging) in different battery banks
    • • 12 V and 220-240v throughout the boat
  • Shore power: new shore power unit and cable with meter, plus multiple waterproof adaptors


  • Satellite: 
    • New Iridium satellite coms for voice and data with external mounted antenna integrated to Redbox module and therefore integrated to laptops, instruments and iPads
    • Second iridium handset to go in grab bag
  • Red Box:  New Redbox communications module for integrated voice and data coms. It also enables easy satellite communications and protects your data usage. 
  • WiFi: New boat WiFi with external booster. Mobiles, instruments, laptops, printers can all log onto the ships WiFi. You can then choose if they use the ships mobile/cell sim card to communicate, the Iridium satellite coms or just use the booster aerial to pick up a local WiFi network.
  • Mobile/Cell: New 3G/4G LTE external booster for ships mobile/cell signal
  • Main VHF: New Icom M323G
  • Handheld VHF: New Icom HX870
  • SSB: Icom SSB M710 and Icom Auto Tuner
  • CD/Radio: New Pioneer CD radio. USB and blue tooth interface


  • Chart Plotter
    • New Raymarine Axiom Pro hybrid touch or button chart plotter
    • New 2018/19 charts for Europe, Atlantic, Pacific islands, New Zealand and Australia
  • Radar: New Raymarine Quantum radar integrated to chart plotter
  • Autopilot: 
    • New Raymarine Evolution autopilot, head and new steering arm
    • Second Raymarine ST 6000 autopilot with second steering steering arm attached to quadrant (this provides instant autopilot redundancy)
  • AIS: New AIS transmitter and receiver integrated to chart plotter
  • Echomax: 2 channel Echomax radar enhancer (detects radar and boosts own boat signal)
  • Meteoman Barometer and clock
  • Garmin GPS128: Independent GPS integrated into the instrument feed
  • NMEA back bone: New NMEA backbone ensures all instruments are integrated with each other
  • Laptop and tablets outputs: Navigation and instrument outputs available both on new boat WiFi and USB cable at chart table enabling wireless or wired interface with laptops, mobiles and tablets
  • Raymarine ST60 instrument readouts in cockpit: 
    • 3 ST 60 windspeed and direction (2 in cockpit, 1 at chart table) 
    • ST60 Log and Speed
    • ST60 Depth
    • ST60 Multi display
  • Wind: New Raymarine wind sensor and wind direction at mast top
  • Steering compass: New Plastimo binnacle steering compass. Swung 2017.
  • Hand bearing compass: New Plastimo Iris 50 handbearing compass. Kept in teak pocket in companion way


  • New Life rafts: 2 x new in-date ocean rated life rafts for 8 people total. 1 mounted on aft rail in hard case for instant deployment. 1 mounted in soft valise on rear deck in protective bag or in locker. This can be removed and stowed elsewhere if the total number of crew/guests are reduced.
  • New Two horseshoe lifebuoys and drogues mounted on deck rail
  • New Automatic JonBouy MOB recovery module
  • New Dan bouy
  • New Port and starboard custom made deck jackstays
  • New 2 x throwing ropes
  • New 2 x New handy-billies mounted on granny bars ready for MOB recovery
  • New Safety ladder
  • New Correctly rated drogue plus chain and swivel
  • New 100m of towing/drogue line
  • Stainless steel safety bars at mast (granny bars)
  • 4 lifeline strongpoint padeyes in cockpit
  • In Date 406 MHz EPIRB
  • Lee cloths/boards to all berths
  • New Fire extinguishers throughout inc. automatic engine fire extinguisher
  • New In date and fully stocked offshore grab/ditch bags: food, water, flares, first aid kit, Iridium handset etc
  • Life jackets
  • Powerful engine driven bilge pump. This pumps out a serious amount of water and can be directed to take from the lowest point in the bilge or the engine room just by the prop shaft.
  • New main electric bilge pump: Viking 32 bilge pump
  • Small Johnson’s electric bilge pump
  • 2 x manual bilge pumps operated from the cockpit and galley
  • New safety knives mounted in cockpit and at mast
  • New offshore flare pack
  • New Aqua Signal Bremen search light



"The Perkins engine is in good condition and trouble free. I had it compression tested in the UK by Perkins and the last full service was in August 2019. It’s a powerful 82HP engine. It has the power to keep you motoring in even adverse conditions but equally can be used for longer periods at lower revs with great fuel consumption. The good fuel consumption is aided by the new Bruntons Auto Prop which alters its pitch to save fuel and optimize power depending on the power applied (the best for blue water cruising). A large set of spares is carried including: starter motor, alternator, raw water pump, full gasket set, injectors, all the filters required for many more full services and much more. The spare’s set is unused apart from regular service parts."

  • Access to the engine is exceptional and on all four sides making services very easy
  • The last major engine service was August 2019
  • Perkins M90 (1996)
  • HP 82
  • Engine hours: 4,699


  • New Spectra watermaker Ventura 150. It produces 24 litres per hour
  • 580 litres tankage split into two tanks that can be isolated
  • Extensive Spectra Cape Horn cruising spares kit including new pump, pump heads, membrane, filters etc
  • New hot water twin coil tank, heats from engine or emersion heater from inverter or shore power


"The anchoring system is the best I could get and it is all new. It has been thought through for almost any anchoring situation you are likely to encounter."

  • Windlass: New Lewmar vertical windlass.
  • Anchors: 
    • Main anchor: new Rocna 40kg and Mantus swivel and shackle. This is a top of the range anchor that provides very high holding power combined with a Mantus swivel that matches the holding power of the anchor. We have had sound nights sleeps in 60+ knots of wind and not budged a cm.
    • Reserve anchor: new Mantus 39kg and Mantus swivel stowed on bespoke teak deck fittings at granny bar. A very powerful modern anchor that stows easily and securely on deck. It can also be quickly assembled. 
    • Both of these anchors rate the highest in reviews and our experience with the Rocna is it can’t be beaten.
    • Kedge anchor: Bruce (claw type anchor). 
  • Anchor rodes:
    • Main anchor rode: new 100m of 10mm Maggi Catena Aqua7 grade 70 calibrated anchor chain (the very best quality chain). This combination of anchor and the best chain means that there is extremely high holding power with all parts of the anchoring system matching
    • Reserve anchor rode: new second rode. Total 100m: 30m Aqua7 chain grade 70 chain + 70m multiplait anchor rope
    • Kedge rode: 40m chain and multiplait rope combination
    • 10m 10mm Aqua7 chain with shackles to join both Rocna and Mantus in very extreme weather.
  • Bow and stern anchor rollers:
    • The bow has new rollers and piping for the anchor. It self deploys with ease and ties securely to the deck. The new metal deck plait ensures that the chain does not damage the deck.
    • This boat also has a stern anchor roller which means you can stow and launch an anchor from the stern with ease for the occasional situations that two anchors are needed, fore and aft.
  • Anchor Wash/deck wash: There is a salt water anchor/deck wash for keeping the anchor and chain clean. It can also be used to wash the decks.
  • Snubbers: several anchor snubbers are carried for different situations, including a primary rope snubber that is 13m long. The anchor claw is designed to fit the strength of the overall system                       


  • New F-Rib folding 3.8m dinghy. Hard bottom RIB but it folds in three sections
  • New 20HP Suzuki outboard, last service August 2019
  • New Mantus dinghy anchor with 30m multi plait road and chain
  • New dinghy removable spray hood
  • New dinghy cover for UV protection whilst on Davits
  • Coney Marine Simpson Davits for dinghy


  • Genoas:
    • Two Genoas (165% and 135%) are set on new furlers in a Solent configuration
    • Just select the size genoa and amount required for the wind. Being able to select from two Genoa sizes means you don’t end up with baggy furled sails that don’t set well. You can have the correct sail shape in all wind conditions.
    • Furl out both genoas for twin pole downwind sailing, the safest and most controllable way for fast downwind sailing in light to heavy weather
    • Staysail stay is removable and stows at mast to allow for easy short tacking with the no. 2 genoa
    • No 1 Genoa Dacron in good condition with new (Aug 2019) UV protection strip
    • No 2 Genoa Taffeta backed dacron & laminate, excellent sail shape but laminate just starting to part in places. It has been very nicely reinforced 2019 but will need replacing after approximately another 2 years of cruising. New UV protection strip in 2017.
  • New Staysail
    • Designed to enable performance and safety in heavier weather
    • Reefable to become storm Gyb
    • Set on removable stay stowed at mast for easy deployment and setting. Removable to allow easy short tacking with no. 2 genoa 
    • Optional (currently unused) self-tacking track for staysail
    • Good condition
  • Mainsail
    • In mast furling mainsail
    • Vertical batons
    • All lines run back to cockpit for easy setting
    • Boomlock boom break enables controlled Gybes from cockpit. If an accidental Gybe occurs the break slows the booms gybe preventing damage 
    • Mainsail in good condition
  • Storm Trisail
    • New storm tri sail cut for optimising hoving-to in storm conditions
    • Sets on separate mast track
    • Good condition
  • Code Zero
    • New code zero. An asymetric type spinnaker/genaker set on its own flexible furler without the need for poles. Just raise the sail on its furler and then furl out. Very easy to launch and take down
    • It can be set and maintains excellent performance in a large range of wind angles and is 6 oz cloth and can be flown up to mid wind ranges making it a very flexible off-wind sail
    • Good condition


  • Hull construction: solid GRP (unlike many other boats the hull is solid and very thick, from top to bottom with NO balsa core)
  • Deck: Mix of Solid GRP and foam core to maximize strength and optimize weight
  • Keel: Scheel type keel (enables shallow draft and ability to get into anchorages other boats can not, a seriously useful advantage). Sample keel bolts inspected by insurance approved inspector in 2017 refit
  • Rudder: Protected skeg hung rudder. New rudder, new bearings, shaft dropped and inspected as part of refit
  • Steering: Whitlock pedestal steering. New cables and conduits. Soft Elk hide covered helm.
  • Antifoul: Copper Coat approx 7-8 year life from 2017
  • Through hulls and stopcocks: Nearly all through hull fittings replaced, those that were not were in good condition
  • Propeller: 
    • New Bruntons Auto Prop (the best for blue water cruising)
    • Self feathering to maintain maximum efficiency and fuel consumption
    • New Bruntons auto lock stops shaft rotation and prop feathers for sailing
    • Bruntons tools and extended cruising service kit in spares 
  • Prop Shaft
    • New prop shaft
    • New cutlass bearing
    • New seals
    • New coupling
  • Rope cutter:
    • Ambassador Stripper rope cutter
    • Serviced in 2017 refit
  • Bowthruster: New powerful Vetus bow thruster


  • Teak decking in cockpit (new 2016)
  • Removable varnished cockpit table and cup holders
  • Custom made blue cockpit cushions with back cushions and integrated lee cloths (so comfortable and cozy we often sleep on them)
  • Winch handle pockets (4 pockets, 3 in cockpit one at mast). 5 winch handles
  • Soft Elk hide steering wheel cover

Very strong bimini. Will withstand even high winds (we have had it up in 50 knots without damage). Folds back into pocket behind helm station



  • All new standing rigging:
    • All new including 2 new Seldon genoa furlers
    • Sta-Lok swageless fittings
    • Two full length spare stays with all fittings and Sta-Lok repairs kits are carried in spares locker
  • Running rigging and lines:
    • All new lines mixture of polyester and Dyneema where required
    • Dyneema chafe protection sewn into appropriate sheets and halyards
    • Pre rigged in the mast are spare halyards 
    • Also new spare sheets and halyards carried in spares locker
  • Mooring lines:
    • Numerous high quality mooring lines with chafe protection and rubber snubbers
    • Mooring ropes for all types of situations from marinas to securing to trees 150 meters away
  • Blocks tracks and cars:
    • New main and new no 1 and 2 genoa cars
    • Most blocks are new as well as extensive spares
  • Mast and Boom:
    • Seldon Kemp mast and boom
    • In Mast furling
    • New gooseneck 2019
    • Mast and boom were de-stepped in refit and inspected
    • New main car
  • Spinnaker poles
    • 2 poles: One new aluminum stowed on mast and one carbon fibre with new UV protection covering stowed on rail. This enables both poles to be easily set by one person or stowed even in rough conditions
  • Winches (all self-tailing)
    • 2x Lewmar 30 ST Halyard winch under sprayhood
    • 2x Lewmar 55 ST Primary winches
    • 2x Lewmar 42 ST Sheet winches
    • 2x Lewmar 30 ST Sheet/spinnaker winches
    • Mast mounted Lewmar 43 ST winch
    • Mast mounted Lewmar 16 ST winch
    • Andersen in mast furling winch
    • All in good condition


  • GRP non slip painted deck (new 2016)
  • Accommodation hatches ocean rated (new 2016) and new removable security bars
  • Perspex sliding hatch and washboards (new 2016)
  • Second stainless steel security grill “washboard”  for main companion way hatch and two locking points for additional security. Heavy duty security that allows air flow through boat
  • Stainless steel guardrails, stations, pull and push pits
  • Guardrail gates with steps on both port and starboard sides. Makes it very easy to step on and off the boat, even with the high topsides.
  • Sugar scoop swimming platform is very useful for getting on and off the boat with heavy 
  • Teak decking on bathing platform (new 2016)
  • New hot and cold shower on sugar scoop bathing platform
  • Two rod holders and two gaffe hooks
  • New powerful LED spreader mounted deck lights makes working on deck at night very easy
  • Additional storage: Wichard folding pad eyes are mounted on rear deck for additional storage and securing points


  • Very sturdy A frame with new outboard crane
  • Two outboard mounts
  • Coney marine Simpson davits
  • New separate lifting crane for water and fuel cans
  • Two large lazerette lockers
  • 5 stainless steel fender pockets
  • Life raft holder in rail makes for easy stowage and deployment
  • New hot shower on swimming platform at back of boat with extra-long hose for use on back of boat as well
  • Throwing rope holder
  • 2 stainless steel fishing rod holders


There is a huge spares kit covering all the major systems which would enable the next owner to immediately set sail for extended blue water cruising. It covers rigging, deck gear, engines, electrical, plumbing, sails, power, water generation, windlass, winches etc. The spares kit (whilst extensive) has also been carefully thought through e.g. every pump on the boat (water, generator, fuel, engine, bilge etc.) has a twinned new spare as well as service kits so you can instantly change the faulty out and then service it at leisure.


Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.