Moody 336, 'Crooked Dougall' ia a very good example of this extremely popular performance cruising yacht, equipped to a standard which would please the most discerning cruising yachtsperson.
New engine in 2009 and Coppershield applied in 2011 .She is ready to sail and priced for a quick sale as owners buying a larger Moody.
LOA: 33'6 (10.21m)
LWL: 22'8 (8.74m)
Beam: 11'7 (3.53m)
Max Draft: 5'6 (1.68m)
Introduced: December 1988
Ceased: June 1996
Built by: Marine Projects (Plymouth) Limited
Designer: Bill Dixon
Boats Built: 200
|Forecabin; two single berths, which are convertible to a double. Locker space is provided round the ships sides above the berths. To the port side is a hanging locker and a vanity unit opposite to starboard. Saloon; U shaped settee to port with a single settee to starboard. The centrally mounted saloon table folds out to the complete width of the saloon. The navigation area is situated aft of the saloon to starboard; chart table. The toilet compartment is aft of the navigation area; marina toilet, hot and cold pressurised water, wash basin, shower. The galley situated aft of the saloon on the port side; pressurised hot and cold water, twin sinks, gas cooker, top opening refrigerated ice box. Aft cabin, this extremely large cabin occupies the after end of the boat. Access is from a door aft of the galley. L shaped settee, vanity desk, large double berth.|
Crooked Dougall is a professionally-maintained example of this popular family cruiser. We re-engined her in 2009 and coppershield epoxied her in 2011. She is ready to sail and priced for a quick sale.
LOA: 33’6” / 10.2m
Beam: 11’7” / 3.5m
Draft: 5’ 6” / 1.7m
Disp: 12484 lbs / 5720kg
We have owned Crooked Dougall since 1999 and we have cruised her around the South Coast, the Channel Islands, and the North and West coasts of France. We are selling Crooked Dougall to buy a larger Moody S38 (her big sister).
Crooked Dougall was the subject of a Sailing Today Used Boat Review which said “The Moody 336 is a stable and well-balanced cruiser with good stowage, practical accommodation and better than average performance. The model has worn well, commands a high resale value and with no noticeable bad habits under sail should make a first class, safe, go-anywhere family cruising boat.”
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