Moody Yacht 346 €29,500 Vat Not Paid
  • year of manufacture 1988
  • L.O.A. 34.58 ft
    10.54 m
  • Beam 11.58 ft
    3.53 m
  • Engine Original (1988) Thornycroft T90 35 HP diesel
  • Price €29,500 Vat Not Paid


Boat inventory

On deck.

6 person liferaft.  Spinnaker boom.  Outboard bracket.  Antennae for VHF (at masthead), radar (on mast), GPS plotter and Navtex (aft, port side).  Depth sounder and log displays.  Bracket for Autohelm.  Steering compass.  Sprayhood.  4 self-tailing winches.  Safety harness attaching ring.  Lifebelt.  3 cockpit cushions (in fore cabin).

Gas bottle locker in cockpit, port side aft.

1 connected bottle, 1 spare, both full.

Sail locker in cockpit, port side.

Fuel tank (capacity 35 gallons, 159 litres).  3 sails: storm jib, trysail, cruising chute.  2 person inflatable tender, foot pump, oars, 2.5 HP outboard motor.  Water hose.  Funnel.  Folding bucket.  Deck brush.  Mooring lines and spare sheets (blue).

Below deck

Berth and seat cushions, matching carpet and curtains throughout.

After Cabin

On berths:  2 pillows with cases matching curtains.

Port side under berth inboard lockers: fore:  12 x 2 litre water.   aft:  20 x 2 litre water.  (Outboard under berth lockers and 5 other lockers are empty.)

Starboard side under cushion locker: 10 x 2 litre water. 

Hanging lockers in after cabin passage

5 life jackets on hangers (3 adult, 1 teenage, 1 child).  2 safety harnesses. 3 masks and snorkels.

Engine compartment

Automatic fire extinguisher.  2 main domestic supply batteries.


Box under companion way.

Engine battery.  (Isolator switch is red plastic key on right of box.)

Beside companion way.

Folding cockpit table.  Extending boathook.  EPIRB.  Fire extinguisher.

Port side: Bulkhead above chart table.

Higher shelf: Raymarine plotter and radar screen and controls.

Lower shelf: Marina toilet keys, spare engine battery key, oilcan.

On bulkhead, outboard: Navtex screen and control panel (for LW weather and hazard warnings; connected – through satnav switch – but unused since 2002).

Above chart table.

Switchboard.  (Note: anchor winch switch needs to be pulled out to switch off; second push switches off the others.)   Walker satnav control panel (disconnected, unused since 1990).   Raymarine VHF (chargers for handheld VHF underneath).

In chart table.

3 20-year-old charts of Malta.  Douglas protractor.  Electronic chart of Sicily.  Certificate of Registry.  Life raft service certificate. EPIRB registration form.  2 screen wipes.

Under chart table:  Box of tools.

Drawers inboard of chart table: cutlery: 6 knives, 6 forks, 7 dessert spoons, 4 teaspoons.  Kitchen foil, cling film.  Clothes pegs, dish towels.

Port side lockers above seat cushion:

Aft.  Manuals.  Italian Waters Pilot.  Charting Maltese Waters.  Fire extinguisher.  Handheld VHF.

Middle.  2 winch handles (1 locking).  2 torches.  2 shockcords.

Forward (bottle storage): 6 place mats, electric lamp.

Lockers behind seat cushion.

Aft (labelled “tools, anode, batteries”):  Cigar box containing batteries and battery tester.   Torque wrench.  Heavy hammer.  Cutting block.  Box of twine.  Rolls of narrow blue and white webbing.

Middle (labelled “pump handle, spare winch handle”):  Pump handle (spare – bilge pump is now electric).  Spare winch handle.  Autohelm.  2 spare shore power plugs.  Quarantine (yellow) flag.  Italy courtesy flag.  Silva binoculars.  Small funnel.  2 blocks (for cruising chute).

Forward, below berth:  Courtesy flags used in Oman, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Ireland, Morocco, Spain, Portugal.

On seats:  2 cushions, one shell pattern, one checked to match curtains.

Starboard side.

Galley area: drawers and cupboard below sinks: Kettle. Teapot.  Tea cosy.  6 thermos mugs.  Colander.  Cooking utensils.  Round chopping board.

Beside sink unit: Garbina refuse bin, fire blanket.

In cooker: 2 saucepans with lids.

Drawer below cooker:  3 frying pans, grill pan.

Lockers above cooker and fridge:  Melamine dishes: 1 large fruit bowl, 6 rectangular dinner plates, 1 entrée dish, 4 cereal bowls, 3 small bowls, 6 dessert plates, 5 side plates, 5 cups, 6 saucers.  1 melamine entrée dish.  6 wooden egg cups.  2 china ship mugs.  2 glasses.  Set of round Tupperware storage bowls with lids.

Drawer below fridge:  plastic bin and refuse bags, soap powder.

Lockers above seat cushion.  Aft:  box of cleaning materials.

Middle:  Books (Malta. Sicily, nautical).  2 candles in red and green glass.

Forward:  Lamp oil.  4 toilet rolls.

(Lockers behind cushions are empty.)

Forward bulkhead:  2 pictures of “Kilmeny” in Oman (to be kept by Laydens).  Oil lamp (working), and clock and barometer set (not working) to stay with boat.

Below berths: fresh water tanks both sides, connected, capacity182 litres, 40 gallons. 


Upper locker aft:  anti-mosquito kit.  First aid kit.

Forward:  Disinfectant, washing-up liquid, toilet roll. 

Lower locker (under sink):  Shower curtain.  Basin and sponge (for bailing out water after clearing log).  Small brush and dustpan.  Plunger.

Wall mirror on forward bulkhead.

Fore Cabin.

Note:  The 2 sailing bags in the fore cabin contain clothing and gear that the Laydens will want to use if returning to the boat, and would thereafter want to take, or have sent, back to UK.

The contents of the 2 white removable in-locker containers under the port and starboard berths in the fore cabin are items that we will want to use if returning to the boat, and can then be discarded.

On berths:  2 pillows with cases matching curtains.   Awning (fits above boom, tied to mast and backstay).

Starboard under berth locker:  Emergency tiller (fits top of rudder in stern cabin).  Spare anchor (in blue sail bag).  Spare chain (in brown sail bag).  Tow rope (white).  2 mooring swivels.  Spare rigging screw.  Tender repair kit.  2 spare sheets.  2 spare halliards.  Wire rigging cutter.  Large spanner.  Cord with ring and snap shackle.  Spare cabin light.

Port side shelf:  spare VHF antenna.

Hanging locker:  Travelling iron. Hangers.  Wall mirror on the bulkhead.

More details:

  • New Selden rig: mast, boom, in-mast furling mainsail, roller genoa, 4 self-tailing winches, all standing and running rigging 2016.
  • Full sailing inventory including cruising chute, storm jib, trysail, spare anchor and chain.
  • New hatches 2019.
  • Original (1988) Thornycroft T90 35 HP diesel engine.
  • Raymarine radar, plotter, VHF 2016.
  • Handheld VHF.
  • Mast-to-stern awning. Cockpit table.
  • 2 person inflatable tender, foot pump, oars, 2.5 HP outboard.
  • 6 person liferaft.
  • 2-ring gas cooker with oven and grill.
  • Fresh water heater (activated by engine cooling system).
  • Fridge (new compressor and equipment 2022).
  • Full domestic inventory.
  • Shore power in all cabins.

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