Commisioned in 2006
Moody 54 for sale | 16.71m | 2003 | 1x diesel 100hp | GRP Construction | Fin and Bulb underwater profile | 7 berths | Boat REF# 167631
£300,000.00 (Approx €328,830.00) Reduced
|Underwater profile||Fin and Bulb|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 100hp, Yanmar 4HJ3-UT(B) E (2003)|
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|Builder||Moody Marine Projects|
|Fuel capacity||682.0 ltr Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||955.0 ltr Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 100hp|
|Engine make and model||Yanmar 4HJ3-UT(B) E (2003)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 214 engine2: 488|
|Prop(s)||3-Blade Brunto Auto prop plus spare Feathering Pro|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||5.0 ltr /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||10 knots|
Sound insulated engine compartment incorporating the engine, generator, charger,inverters, diesel heater and mounted taskmaster tool chests 1000w Inverter
The fuel supply from the tank is fitted with remote fuel shut off cocks.
The generator can be run manually or will start automatically when the battery capacity drops to approximately 45% and stops when 85% of capacity is reached. Generator charges at approximately 200amps at 240v and under normal usage (unless aircon is used) is required to run for one hour per day.
Fisels Pandora Battery's (2012)
Victron Isolation Transformer in lazerette with Breaker
Cahodic protection with hull mounted anode and Promariner monitoring system.
Separate iscolator switches for domestic and engine circuits. Circuit brakers, indicator lights for battery states and tank gauges.
Rig10% discount on rigging
Cutter rigged Selden Aluminium spars (2006) with stainless steel standing rigging (2006)
SailsDiscounts available from our Preferred Partners
|Mainsail||Hood - Inmast (2006)|
|Headsail||Hood - Furling (2006)|
|Other sails||Furling Self Tacking Staysail (2006)|
|Cruising Chute with snuffer and turtle (2006)|
Selden Masthead rigged cutter with white painted mast and boom.
Triple aft swept spreader rig, keel stepped with checkstays and optional diamond jumpers on the top section of rig
Selden Furlex 400s furling stays on both forestay and inner forestay for Yankee and staysail
Selden spinnaker pole with guys and sheets stowed vertically on mast with a line
Extra Halyard Slots put in Mast
12 volt, 10 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power, generator
Construction10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
|Underwater profile||Fin and Bulb|
This Moody 54 was built end of 2003, but commissioned in 2006, hence the age of the sails etc. Engineered for stiffness and strength, and fully capable of navigation the world’s oceans, this imposing centre cockpit yacht is for people who wish to enjoy serious blue water cruising, or just local cruising due to ease of handling. Sturdy, immensely strong, yet light enough to maintain optimum performance across the full range of ocean cruising conditions, the Moody 54 had been designed without
compromise. The balance and power of the underwater sections and lead keel ensure superb sail carrying ability and stability for swift passage times.
The shoal keel has the same centre of gravity as the deep fin because an additional 500Kg is added via the bulb.
The swim platform on the transom can be hydraulically lowered/raised.
New Pod on Helm Position
|Total # of berths||7|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||3|
|Heads||2 heads (Sea Toilet)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
This Moody 54 has every comfort you need to enjoy extended cruising to the full. The emphasis is on space, superb facilities and a quality of finish that is both refined and practical. The Moody 54’s raised saloon is a delight. Spacious, warm and inviting, natural light floods in through its side and forwards facing windows. The sleeping accommodation has three luxuriously proportioned private cabins. The large owner’s stateroom includes full en suite facilities, a separate shower stall and generous wardrobe space. The large galley is equipped with the catering and refrigeration facilities necessary for long periods at sea. There is also a large and highly functional chart area.
Cockpit Cooler. Note that the water system is all set up should you wish to install a water maker.
Reverse Cycle Air Con
Vitron Isolation Transformer in lazarette with Breaker
4 burner gas cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
2 x Furuno plotter/Radars with AIS transponder
Furuno Autopilot with controls at helm and navstation linked to ST60 wind
Furuno Navtex with additional GPS antenna
Seame Active radar reflector
Echo max 230 Radar reflector
Icom M601 SSB DSC with Pactor modem and automatic arial tuner
Icom M502 VHF DSC
4 halyard winches
5 sheet winches
Electric Lewmar Ocean Reversible windlass (with remote control)
(1 x Delta, 1 x Fortress Kedge plus Aft mounted Aqualina reel.)
90.00m of chain
6hp outboard, Mercury (FWD & Reverse Gears" (2006)
Electric powered self tailing genoa sheet winches (Lewmar 64CEST)
Secondary winches (Lewmar 40CST)
Electric Mainsheet and staysail sheet winch (Lewmar 48CST)
Electric Mainsail control line winch (Lewmar 44CST)
Mainsheet traveller winches (Lewmar 16CST)
Mast mounted halyard winch
Genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars with alloy rollers and ceramic needle rollers and traveller lines led aft to jamming turning blocks
Genoa sheet turning blocks
Staysail sheeted to self tacking track
Mainsail control lines led aft through deck organizers and individual rope clutches
Bronze Bow Rollers
Fender Holders at Mast
Aft Mounted Aqualine Reel for Kedge
Cooney 300KG Electric Davits & Remote
Cockpit shower has hot and cold setting.
4 x Solar Panels.
5 bilge pumps (2 manual / 3 Electric)
Automatic bilge pump, plus manual bilge pump + secondary large capacity auto bilge pump.
Stern locker automatic and manual bilge pumps
4 dry powder fire extinguishers plus automatic extinguisher in engine bay
Liferaft with pushpit stowage(this frees up dedicated stowage for warps etc.)
Horse shoe with light and drogue
Danbouy with horse shoe light
Extended spare main halyard for MOB recovery with electric winch