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Moody 54

Brief details

Builder

Moody Yachts/Princess Yachts International, Plymouth

A powerful fast cruiser from Moody, almost a mini-superyacht, with the emphasis on comfort and ease of handling, including bow thruster, electric winches and roller furling on all sails including the main. She has two really spacious double cabins, plus a two-berth pullman cabin, and a single passage berth/sail stowage.

LOA

54' 10"

Sail area

1,693 sq ft

LWL

46' 1"

Rig

cutter

Beam

15' 11"

Cabins

3

Draught

7' 6"

Berths

6/7

Displacement

44,132 lbs

Engine

Yanmar turbo diesel

Ballast

14,960 lbs

BHP

105

Keel type

Lead fin keel with rudder on half skeg

Moody 54

Designed by Bill Dixon, the Moody 54 was introduced at the January 2000 London Boat Show, and was immediately successful. The design brief was for a fast ocean cruising yacht with ease of handling for two, hence all three sails of her cutter rig being on furling gear, with the staysail being a self tacker. Production continued until 2004, by which time 55 had been built.

Electrically powered primary and halliard winches and a 10hp bow thruster also help make a yacht of this size a practical proposition for a couple to handle.


Built and fitted out by Marine Projects and Princess Yachts for Moody, the interior has a large and very open saloon, with two main cabins, each with an en-suite heads and separate shower compartment.

Moody 54

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Moody 54

Moody 54

Moody 54

Above and left: the aft cabin is the master stateroom, with en-suite heads (photo below) with separate shower cubicle

Above:

Forward cabin. Although smaller than the aft cabin, this is still very well appointed.



Right: The forward heads also has a separate shower cubicle, though this is not visible in this photo. Both heads have holding tanks.

Opposite the forward heads is a two-berth 'Pullman' style cabin.

Moody 54

The walk through to the aft cabin, by the chart table, has a passage berth

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There is very good access to the engine room from almost all sides. There is space to fit a genset above the main engine

Moody 54

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