Sailing BoatsMoody42 Centre CockpitUnited Kingdom
The Moody 42 was designed for long-distance cruising, so she is solidly constructed and simply but stoutly rigged. Her high displacement and sail area/displacement ratio put her firmly in the cruiser bracket. She is easy to sail singlehanded as all the sail controls are within easy reach of the helmsman. The Moody 42 is a big boat – both in interior volume and displacement terms. She’s very comfortable to live on, both under way and at anchor, and there’s enough room for all the long-term cruising essentials Blue of Herm benefits from Bow thruster, Generator and Air conditioning, Viewing in highly recommended.
Hull and Deck
Hand laid glassfibre construction with isophthalic gelcoat backed by initial layup of powder bound mat and isophthalic resin. Hull topsides above waterline balsa cored sandwich construction for light weight and increased stiffness. Hull stiffened by bonded in frames and stringers in conjunction with semi structural internal mouldings. Deck areas with integrally moulded in non slip finish in 2 tone colour. Deck areas stiffened with balsa core with plywood backing pads in way of deck fittings. Deck edge incorporates raised bulwark with teak cap rail. Blue hull inset cavita line in topsides. Painted waterline, boot top and antifouling. Cockpit
Seating on all three sides with teak finish to seats and cockpit sole, cockpit coamings designed for comfort and security Wheel steering pedestal with binnacle guard, stainless steel wheel with clamp, compass and binnacle mounted single lever engine control. Engine instrument panel. Instrument console over hatchway with echo sounder and speed/log. Stainless steel grab handles by main companionway. Navy blue sprayhood. Deck Equipment
Reversible electric anchor windlass with handset control. Stainless steel pulpit Stainless steel pushpit with gate access to integral bathing platform with swimming ladder. Teak cap rail to top of deck edge bulwark. Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bronze bow rollers. Six stainless steel mooring cleats. Stanchions and sockets with twin stainless steel guardwires. Teak handrails to coachroof. Deck hatches, opening ports and ventilators. Fuel and water tank fillers. Manual bilge pump. Twin lazarettes for deck storage plus vented gas bottle locker and anchor locker. Teck on cockpit seats and back step has been replaced with "Plasteak"
Engines and Mechanicals
Engine Yanmar 50 Hp Full instrumentation & single lever engine control mounted on wheel pedestal. Stainless Steel prop shaft with 3 bladed Kiwi feathering propeller. (2008); Sleipner Side-Power bow thruster. Whitlock wheel steering with emergency tiller. Engine room light. Engine compartment blower. Seafire remote fire extinguishing system in engine compartment. Electrical 12 volt electrical system. (3 x heavy duty batteries - 2018) with battery. BatteryState indicator & chart table / waterproof cockpit sockets. 110 volt shore supply with 240 volt transformer, with 40 Amp battery charger & cabin sockets. Pure Sine Wave Inverter (not connected). Panda 8 kw generator in sound proof box. Cruisair SMXII reverse cycle air conditioning. SL Horizon Express electric anchor windlass with foredeck remote control. Dehumidifier & fan heater. Tankage and Water System Diesel Tank 274 Litres Water Tanks 364 Litres Holding tank and pump-out outlet Fuel / water tank gauges; Pressurised hot & cold fresh water system (calorifier / immersion) with manual back-up pump at galley sink. Automatic electric bilge pump.
Mast Rigging and Sails
Mast and Rigging Selden silver anodised double spreader deck stepped “Furling” mast, boom & rod kicker. Forespar telescopic whisker pole stored vertically on mast. Continuous 1/19 Stainless steel standing rigging. Furlex 300S jib furling system. Braid running rigging. Sail wardrobe Orginal Hood furling genoa & inmast furling mainsail. Oversized Genoa has been reduce in size to make it easier to handle with little loss to performance. All sails serviced annually by Saturn Sails. Winches Lewmar 48ST primary winches (2). Lewmar 16 mainsheet winch. Lewmar 8 genoa furling line winch. Lewmar 24 halyard winch on mast with Spinlock / Lewmar clutches. Lewmar 30ST reefing / furling winch in cockpit. Lewmar deck gear. including clutches & mainsheet / genoa track systems. Windex.
Spacious cherry interior with accommodation for 7 in 4 cabins including saloon. Forward cabin with 2 “V” berths, deck hatch with blind & good stowage including large hanging locker; Ensuite heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet, shower with curtain, wash hand basin, ventilation hatch & shaver socket; Saloon spacious open-plan with large cream leather dinette arrangement forward (2 x settee berths with folding leaf dinning table) & storage / drinks cabinets either side, Ventilation hatches with blinds above dinette; Galley to rear of saloon starboard side with top-loading Frigomatic fridge, twin s/s sinks, Smev 2 burner gas cooker / oven / grill, waste bin, ample stowage & generous work surfaces; Chart table / wet locker opposite with passage cabin (incorporating a single mid-level height berth with lee cloth & locker space below) leading aft to Master cabin Large centreline double berth, vanity unit, deck hatch with blind & ample hanging / storage lockers. Ensuite heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet, shower cubicle with seat, hand basin & direct access to saloon via galley; Cockpit and deck companionway steps up from main saloon to good sized self-draining teak cockpit with secure seating & steering pedestal Easy access to decks with side & transom gates Vented gas locker & good stowage in twin aft deck lazarettes; Integral bathing platform with h&c fresh water shower & s/s folding boarding ladder.
Navigation Raytheon RL70C radar / chartplotter with RC320 cockpit pedestal repeater & scanner mounted on transom pole Lowrance colour chartplotter (2009) with West Europe chart in cockpit Raytheon ST6000+ autopilot on pedestal Raytheon ST60 wind instruments Raytheon ST60 Tridata speed / depth sounder mounted over companionway B&G Network Quad multi-function display at chart table Icom IC-M710 SSB radio Standard Horizon Intrepid DSC VHF radio with mast head antenna Whitlock pedestal mounted compass Clock & barometer Navigation lights including chart table light, combined steaming / deck light, spreader deck lights (2) & mast head anchor light General Liferaft is an Ocean Safety 6 man (new 2011) S/s transom mounted tender davits with lifting kit Manual fire extinguishers (2) Radar reflector mounted on mast Saloon vents with removable cowls (2) Whale manual bilge pump 25 Kg Delta anchor with chain Mooring warps & fenders Outboard motor bracket Sprayhood Pedestal / wheel cover Cockpit bimini Companionway cover Coachroof rooflight & grabrail covers Boat hook Ensign staff New mattresses & fitted sheets 2009 Entertainment Stereo radio with cabin speakers. TV / DVD player
Hot waterAir conditioningWind speed and directionSteering wheelAutopilotLiferaftOutboard engine bracketsSwimming ladderSpray hoodDavitsElectric head - x2Inverter - not connectedBattery chargerPlotterDepthsounderCockpit speakersLog speedometerRadioRadarManual bilge pumpCockpit tableDvd playerOvenVhf - and SSBCockpit showerShore power inletGeneratorTeak cockpitTv setFurling mainsailSpinnaker poleFurling genoaGpsRefrigeratorCompassElectric bilge pumpBow thrusterBimini topIn this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar.
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