"Starfire" is a great Moody 34 center cockpit that has been lightly sailed on the Chesapeake for the past seven years. The current owners are selling since they are moving back to Ireland. She has a great layout for living aboard or extended cruising with a large aft cabin, spacious main salon, galley and a V berth forward.
She is equipped with refrigeration, autopilot, electric windlass, new spinnaker, bimini and more. She is in the water in Annapolis and easy to see. Please call for a personal inspection.
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Forward cabin: Starting in the forepeak, there is access to the chain locker. Moving the weight even lower in the boat, there is an additional anchor rode drop to below the V berth, accessed by a panel beneath the forward part of the berth. Cubby lockers line both sides of the hull above the berth, while beneath it on both sides are suspended fabric bins for clothes, removable for access below them yet keeping clothing and other items stowed away from moisture. On the starboard side there is a hanging locker, while on port there is a nightstand with a vanity above and a mirror on the aft bulkhead above the nightstand. Teak battens line the hull sides and the cabin sole is carpeted. Lighting and ventilation is provided by two reading lights and an overhead hatch with a solar vent.
Saloon: Continuing aft, the saloon features a straight settee on port, a C-shaped settee to starboard and a teak drop-leaf table with bottle stowage located on centerline. Underneath both are water tanks as well as storage, with additional storage behind the settees. Above the port settee there is a drop down door liquor cabinet as well as shelf and cubby storage. The starboard side has a storage cabinet and cubby shelving storage.
The aft end of the port settee serves as seating for the nav station. The chart table is of ample size for charts and there is drawer storage beneath the table and shelf storage outboard along the hull. The electrical panel is conveniently located for access while seated.
Aft of the nav area is the head. The molded fiberglass sink and use of laminates in this compartment makes for easy wipe down maintenance. There is a manual head, pull out shower mixer teak shower grate and sump and storage behind the head and sink as well as below the sink. Ventilation and lighting is from a 12 volt light, a fixed light and a ceiling vent.
Galley: The galley is across from the head and continues down the companionway toward the aft cabin. L shaped, there is an extremely generous amount of counter space- unusual for a 34' boat. Double round sinks are located towards centerline and there is a tip-out trash bin beneath the end sink. Continuing around the corner and down the corridor, there is the stove and then ice box. There is storage below the sink, stove and ice box as well as along the hullsides behind the countertop and dry storage beneath it. At the end of the countertop moving aft, there are two hanging lockers- one wet and one dry- before the entrance to the master cabin aft. Access is also gained to the engine in this corridor.
Master Cabin - Moving aft into the master cabin, you find the large double berth on the port side, with a padded headboard, nightstand and mirror. Along the aft end and the starboard side, there is an L-shaped settee wich is great for dressing or lounging; additional storage is available behind the cushins as well as beneath them. There is a double door hanging locker on the forward end of the settee by the cabin entrance with a shelf above it. An open shelf runs the perimeter of the cabin and there are cubby bins across the aft end of the cabin for clothes or odds and ends. Teak battens accent the coachroof sides. This cabin is quite bright and cheery feeling, with fixed lights down both sides, two 12v. lights overhead and a large hatch w/vent above.
The hull below the waterline was peeled in 1994, they let her sit for two years to make sure the hull had dried out completely and then they had the bottom vinylestered in 1996. Like everything else on her, they've taken the time to do things right. Wire lifelines so they don't corrode. Deck stanchions mounted on the toe rails, so there's less possibility of moisture intrusion into the deck core. Very little exterior wood to deal with, so you can spend your time where you want to- sailing!
The access to this engine is wonderful! There is a very large, well insulated panel that removes in the companionway aft, with plenty of room in the compartment to get around in. For a 34' boat this has to be one of the best for access out there!
All of the navigation electronics are Seatalk wired to communicate with each other and the autopilot is interfaced with a NMEA connection at the nav station, so you can operate the boat from your laptop. Plot your course before you go or while you're underway, plug it in and sit back!
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.
7350 Edgewood Road
Annapolis, MD 21403