Moody 64

Car Details
Boat type Sail
Make Moody
Model 64
Year 2002
Fuel type N/A
Hull material Glass Reinforced Plastic
Seller Note

Overview Moody 64 is a remarkably powerful boat, fully capable of fast passage times across the full range of conditions. Her stunning performance derives from the Bill Dixon’s hull shape which balances the power of the underwater sections and lead keel with the tall, high aspect ratio, hydraulically powered fully furling cutter rig with self-tacking stay sail. Despite her size, the Moody 64 is easily handled by two people. Sail controls and deck handling systems are powered and controlled from the cockpit with its twin steering wheels, padded helm seats. The raised saloon is breathtaking. It fully exploits the entire width of the generous hull shape and with its large side and forward-facing windows, has high levels of natural light and superb visibility. The rest of the accommodation is equally magnificent. The massive owner’s stateroom has full en-suite. Study area, aft of the large and practical chart station, complete with fold-away sea berth. 2 guest cabins forwards, with two toilets and shower compartments, plus a separate skipper’s cabin complete with its own facilities. The large galley and spacious saloon.

Further photos and 360 tour available on request.

Lying ashore outside our office at Swanwick Marina, Southampton, for further information or to arrange an appointment to view please contact Ancasta Swanwick on +44 (0)1489 854455 or email swanwick@ancasta.com Open 7 days a week.

Build MOODY 64 CENTRE COCKPIT. WHITE HULL, SHOAL KEEL SAILING CRUISER built by Princess Yachts International plc, Plymouth in 2002 to a 2003 Model year.
Designed by Bill Dixon.
Cherry interior finish.
British Part I registered
Antifouled April 2019

LOA (inc. pulpit): 19.35m (63’5″)
Length Waterline: 16.55m (54’3″)
Beam: 5.33m (17’6″)
Shoal Keel: 1.98m (6’6″)
Displacement (Light): 28.80 Tonnes (63,360 lb)
Displacement(Full): 31.40 Tonnes (69,080 lb)
Ballast: 10.00 Tonnes (22,000 lb)
All figures approximate

Hand laid glassfibre construction with isopthalic gelcoat backed by initial lay-up of powder bound mat and isopthalic resin. Balsa cored sandwich construction for increased panel stiffness and optimum weight distribution. Hull stiffened by bonded in bulkheads plus frames and stringers. Underwater sections from stem to keel further stiffened by utilising an Aramid (Kevlar) laminate to increase impact resistance. Transom includes powered hinging transom door/swimming platform. Swept teak laid ring deck plus forward and after coachroof areas. Deck stiffened with balsa core, with plywood backing pads in way of deck fittings. Deck edge incorporates raised bulwark with teak cap rail. Inset cavita line in topsides.

Lead/antimony ballast keel, shoal keel with flattened bulb which maintain the same centre of gravity position as the fin keel version. GRP semi balanced rudder mounted on half depth skeg with bronze heel fitting. Rudder supported with stainless steel bar rudder stock.

Plotter & radar
GPS transducer
Chart table:
Furuno NAVnet C Map NT colour LCD plotter with radar overlay. 10″ display
ICS Nav 6 Navtex weatherfax
Raymarine Ray VHF radio
Autohelm Series ST60 Speed and log
Autohelm Series ST60 Depth
Autohelm Series ST60 Wind direction & speed instruments
Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot with hand held remote control
2 x Furuno NAVnet C Map NT colour LCD plotter with radar overlay 2 7″ cockpit displays
Gamin GPSmap 4010 chart plotter – New
2 x Whitlock Plastimo binnacle compasses

2 x flat screen TVs (1 x 20″ in saloon, 1 x 15″ in aft cabin) Pioneer DVD with surround sound, CD hi-fi audio and tuner Sony CMJ EX1 micro hi-fi CD/tuner to owners cabin. Sony CMJ EX1 micro hi-fi CD/tuner to primary guest cabin
Four place setting dishwasher
Air cooled fridge for use on hard
Gas detector
Hand operated fresh water pump
Full size domestic Hotpoint washer

Stainless steel Scandinavian pulpit with teak tread, pushpits with integrated teak seats.
Twin stainless steel guardwires with boarding gates and stanchions.
Gate access to powered hinging transom door/swimming platform, with folding swimming/boarding ladder
8 stainless steel mooring cleats.
Fenders & Warps
4 x Large inflatable fenders
Plastic coated guardwires in lieu of standard
50m chain
Lewmar electric anchor winch. New motor 2017 + overhauled spare motor
Whittal ED26 300kg rating stainless steel davits
Steering wheel covers
Cockpit cushions
Salt water tap and supply fitted to anchor locker
Cockpit speakers
New Honda 3.5m dinghy 2018
Honda 1500 4 cylinder outboard 2003 recently serviced

Twin helm position with integrated helmsman’s seating complete with padded backrest. Steering based on Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox installation. Helm position incorporates twin steering compasses. Autopilot integrated with Whitlock Mamba gearbox. Instrument display for sailing instrumentation speed, depth and wind speed/direction, and Garmin plotter. Engine instrument panel and control. Bow thruster control. Hydraulic controls for furling rig and headstays. Separate hydraulic panel for backstay and vang. Cockpit table with insulated drinks storage. Cockpit sole and seats finished in teak. Stainless steel grab handles to each side of companionway. 2 safety harness eyes. Windscreen with sprayhood. Vang + backstay control by Starboard helm renewed 2016 – €3000.