Moody 29 CC Specification
Moody 29 Introduced: July 1980 Ceased: July 1983 Built by: Marine Projects (Plymouth) Limited Designer: Angus Primrose Boats Built: 145 Berths: 6 Built from 1980 to 1983, the Moody 29 was very much a smaller version of the earlier and very successful Moody 30, itself a shrunk Moody 33. The looks make her unmistakably one of the Primrose designs for Moody, sharing the trademark flared bow and dark blue topside stripe, which helps to disguise the high freeboard. She was designed as a six to seven berth boat, the seventh being achieved by converting one side of the saloon to a double, and regarding the aft berth as another double. This was probably Angus Primrose's last production yacht design, before he tragically died at sea off the coast of the USA, shortly after completing the 1980 OSTAR singlehanded transatlantic race.
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PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS LOA  9.04m   29'8" LWL  7.62m   25'0" Beam  3.20m   10'6" Draft (fin keel)   1.37m       4'6" Draft (bilge keel)   1.06m       3'6" Displacement   3311 kg    7300lbs Ballast             1248 kg    2750 lbs
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