Following her sale last year, the current owner has updated the interior to be more comfortable as a liveaboard. Presenting this immaculately kept and updated classic Moonraker 350 Flybridge. A change of employment circumstance means a relocation and a very reluctant sale.
Designed and built during Colin Chapman's (Lotus fame) tenure of this well known and respected brand of early modern sea cruisers. Originally constructed in 1972, the current owner has carried out extensive refurbishment and modernisation of the Galley and aft cabin. The previous owner also owns the boatyard where she is laying and have carried out all of the necessary works as required and beyond during the 15yrs in her care.
Well laid out, easily accessible throughout, new upholstery, cooker, fridge, electric sea toilet and many other improvements.
|Vessel type:||Aft Cabin Flybridge Cruiser|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Perkins T6.354|
|Fuel Consumption:||8 Gallons Per Hour|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||14 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||20 Knots|
|Length over all:||38'|
|Length at waterline:||36'|
|Maximum draft:||3' 3"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull type:||Semi Displacement|
|Keel type:||3/4 Keel|
|Displacement:||11 metric tons|
|Dry Weight:||11 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||300 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||80 Gallons|
Access via transom steps or from either side deck, there is a large rear deck over the aft cabin with steps up to a comfortable flybridge position having guest seating with storage under. The salon roof is spacious enough for a sun lounging matt and the foredeck has an escape hatch from the V berth area.
Into the wheelhouse through a sliding door, down 3 steps to the starboard navigation seat with large chart table. The port side has the main helm and switches etc., there is a useful shelf adjacent to the steps down into the aft ensuite cabin. This has been completely refurbished with a new layout including a full size double bed, full height wardrobe and plenty of additional storage and dressing area along with a shower room and sea toilet.
Moving into the main forward cabin there is storage behind the door and then a large shower room and heads to port. The galley is newly built, extended from the original and has a black Corian style worktop with inset sink, hob, draining board and cup/plate racks. There is a new fridge and brand new hob and oven.
The remaining area on the starboard side has a newly extended galley worktop and storaghe unit built under. Opposite, is your dinette that can be converted into a further double berth with storage under the seating and large drawers under the raised floor. The table can be short or full length to fully seat four to dine.
The salon / galley area is separated by two further wardrobe storage type units with shelf tops. The V berth can either by left as a double berth or can be converted to be additional seating or two single beds also. Again, storage under this seating.
GRP construction from the early days. Built with a much thicker lay-up of Gelcoat and GRP than is used in newer boats. The hull is Copper coated and showing no signs of any osmosis or deterioration in it's integrity.
New dometic 80L Fridge with freezer compartment
New stainless steel 4 burner hob
New Gas oven with separate grill
75L twin coil upright calorifier
Autopilot system, working order.
Depth sounder - sender not working
Eberspacher Hydronic D5w Full wet heating and hot water system.
Hot water also available via engine coil or immersion heater
Navman VHF radio
Burgundy Fenders and matching ropes, warps
Burgundy Dodgers and flybridge cover (new)
Teak decking to flybridge. Tekdek teak style rear deck.
Large opening door with modified teak hatch for ease of entry / egress.
New helm seats with fully adjustable pedestals.
Sterling intelligent battery charger
Fresh water pump with accumulator
Twin perkins T6.354 175 hp Turbo Diesel engines
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