Moody 425

Moody 425, Sail Yacht

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Moody 425

Sloop

1989

12.70m (41'7")

4.07m (13'4")

1.83m (6'0")

GRP

1 x 50hp Beta

6 berths in 3 cabins

Spain

85.000 € EU VAT paid

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Description:

Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, Moody 425 is an extremely comfortable yacht with a design which provides excellent space for long distance cruising. She has three double cabins however one cabin has been turned into a storeroom to accommodate everything for cruising, i.e. diving gear, custom-fitted sun bathing mattresses for the aft deck, a spare outboard for the RIB to name but a few! She has a good-sized saloon that can comfortably seat eight on two sofas. The sofas can also double up as two single beds when needed. There is a well-appointed galley with two sinks, a gas stove with oven and grill, a front-accessed fridge and a separate top loading freezer. The bow cabin, which can be set up as two single berths or as one double berth, has an en-suite shower, washbasin and marine WC. The aft master cabin has a full double bed with a fitted settee as well as a hanging locker and dresser. This cabin also has an en-suite toilet and shower area, with a washbasin and marine WC. Finally, there is that all important nerve center of any boat, the navigation area, which has more state-of-the-art electronic devices than you could shake a stick at - but all of which are vital for basic safety, effective navigation and reliable communication. Her most striking extra feature has to be the steel frame arch which the owner added to the stern in 2015 - apart from incorporating the davits that secure the RIB, the arch also houses two solar panels and a wind generator. Owner has also installed a binnacle in the cockpit to house a good-sized electronic chart plotter, a holding tank, watermaker and had bowthruster retro-fitted to make her handling easier and life more comfortable for two-handed sailing!

ENGINE:
1 x 50hp Beta (2015)
Engine Hours: 500 aprox.

SPEED:
8 knots aprox.

CAPACITIES:
Fuel:    350 Litres
Water:   400 Litres
Holding: 90 Litres

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:
Watermaker 30 litres/hour (2015)  
Bowthruster (2015)  
90ltr black water tank with manual pump-out  
Renewed polyethylene water tanks 400ltr  
Large quantity of engine spares  
Jabsco sea toilets  
Service batteries 110 Ah (x3 2014)  
Engine start battery 110 Ah (2014)  
Bow thruster battery 110 Ah (2015)

GALLEY/LAUNDRY:
Fridge (2015)  
Top loading freezer (2015)  
Gas stove with oven and grill (2015)

NAVIGATION:
Barometer and clock  
Raytheon radar  
Furuno GPS  
Garmin MAP751 GPS/chart plotter (2015)  
Garmin MAP451 GPS/chart plotters (x2, 2015)  
Laptop computer with electronic charts  
Garmin log  
Garmin depth sounder (2015)  
Garmin wind speed and direction instrument (2015)  
Garmin autopilot (2015)  
Icom VHF radio of the DSC type  
Sailor VHF radio (not of the DSC type)  
Handheld VHF  
Furuno NAVTEX weather forecast  
Emergency rudder from Oceansteer

DECK:
Steel frame arch (2015)  
Solar panels (x2, 2015)  
Wind generator  
Deckwash  
Deckshower  
Towable cars  
Electric anchor windlass  
Lewmar self-tailing genoa winches (2)  
Halyard winches on the mast (2)  
One halyard winch on the coachroof  
Spinnaker sheet winches (2)  
Cockpit seat cushions  
20kg Manson Supreme plough anchor located on the bow roller shackled to 80m of 10mm chain and 50m of Octoplait lead-weighted warp  
Fortress and HydroBubble kedge anchors in the lazerette locker

SPARS & SAILS:
Rigging (2011)
Mainsail Vectran fully battened in-mast-furling type in good condition - 32.92 sq m
No 1 genoa Dacron - 59.98 sq m (2013)
No 2 genoa of roller furling type with UV sacrificial strip - 55.80 sq m
No 1 jib - 38.59 sq m
No 2 jib - 24.74 sq m
Spinnaker - 143.22 sq m
Cruising chute (2013)
Storm jib (2012)

SAFETY:
EPIRBs (2): one hand-held, one electrostatically discharged from boat in emergency  
PLBs Personal Location Beacons (2)  
Garmin AIS Automatic Identification System  
Handheld AIS Automatic Identification System  
Horseshoe lifebuoys (2) with floating lines and lights  
Eight-person liferaft of the canister type  
Fog horn  
Softwood bungs  
Danbuoy  
Radar reflector on mast  
A pack of distress flares  
Grab line  
Man-overboard recovery sling  
Lifejackets (14)  
Harness clip-on eye in cockpit  
Jackstays of nylon webbing  
Cat B first aid kit  
Fire blanket in the companionway  
1kg BSEN3-approved dry powder fire extinguishers in the lazerette lockers, saloon, companionway, fore-cabin and aft cabin  
Automatic fire extinguisher in the engine compartment

TENDERS/TOYS:
3.20m RIB (2015)  
Suzuki 6-hp four-stroke outboard motor for RIB tender  
Mariner 10-hp two-stroke outboard motor for RIB tender

BROKERS COMMENTS:
Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, Moody 425 is an extremely comfortable yacht with a design which provides excellent space for long distance cruising. She has three double cabins however one cabin has been turned into a storeroom to accommodate everything for cruising, i.e. diving gear, custom-fitted sun bathing mattresses for the aft deck, a spare outboard for the RIB to name but a few!  
 
She has a good-sized saloon that can comfortably seat eight on two sofas. The sofas can also double up as two single beds when needed. There is a well-appointed galley with two sinks, a gas stove with oven and grill, a front-accessed fridge and a separate top loading freezer. The bow cabin, which can be set up as two single berths or as one double berth, has an en-suite shower, washbasin and marine WC. The aft master cabin has a full double bed with a fitted settee as well as a hanging locker and dresser. This cabin also has an en-suite toilet and shower area, with a washbasin and marine WC.  
 
Finally, there is that all important nerve center of any boat, the navigation area, which has more state-of-the-art electronic devices than you could shake a stick at - but all of which are vital for basic safety, effective navigation and reliable communication. Her most striking extra feature has to be the steel frame arch which the owner added to the stern in 2015 - apart from incorporating the davits that secure the RIB, the arch also houses two solar panels and a wind generator. Owner has also installed a binnacle in the cockpit to house a good-sized electronic chart plotter, a holding tank, watermaker and had bowthruster retro-fitted to make her handling easier and life more comfortable for two-handed sailing!

LYING:
Spain