|Length||41 ft / 12.5 m|
|Location||Gloucester, Virginia, United States|
|LOA||41 ft 9 in / 12.73 m|
|Length at Water Line||34 ft / 10.36 m|
|Beam||13 ft 2 in / 4.01 m|
|Max Draft||7 ft 6 in / 2.29 m|
|Min. Draft||4 ft / 1.22 m|
|Dry Weight||20600 lb|
|Max Bridge Clearance||55 ft 5 in / 16.89 m|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 50 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 100 gal|
|Holding Tanks||2 x 20 gal|
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION.
20K REDUCTION AND OWNER WANTS SOLD. DO NOT MISS THIS INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY.
The Moody 419 center cockpit is a solid, fast, bluewater center cockpit cruising boat. Three (3) separate sleeping cabins and two (2) heads make for a great family boat. Roomy and very comfortable for long distance cruising or as a liveaboard. Centerboard model with 4' draft with board up and 7'6" board down. Built in England for rough North Sea Sailing.
SHE IS IN TURN-KEY CONDITION MECHANICALLY AND HAS RECENTLY HAD HER HULL AND TOPSIDES WAXED AND IS READY FOR THE SEASON!
SHE IS SERIOUSLY FOR SALE
COME SEE HER TODAY!
Fore Peak: Chain locker
Forecabin: A comfortable, spacious sleeping cabin with two single berths in a “V” formation with an upholstered seat in between. An infill piece to convert these berths to a double available. A good sized hanging locker is to starboard with a dressing table unit in front. Stowage is also provided along the ship sides and underneath the berths. The cabin is fitted out in teak with fitted carpets on the floor area and an opening hatch is fitted in the deckhead
Forward toilet: the forward toilet which is situated to starboard is fully fitted out with a marine WC with inlet and outlet seacocks, washbasin and shower with a hot and cold pressurise water system, the shower is fitted complete with tray, teak grating, curtain and electric pump. Also supplied are towel rail, tooth mug and brush holder and toilet paper holder. There is plenty of stowage space and lockers all in the deck head.
Forward guest cabin: is to port opposite the toilet. Two generous single berths are fitted against the ship's sides with a hanging locker and hanging dressing table all finished in teak on the forward bulkhead and with fitted carpets to the floor area. Ventilation is provided by an opening deck hatch
Saloon: the saloon on the moody 419 is particularly spacious area and great attention has been given to provide comfort and practicality. Two “L” shaped, deep buttoned and contoured settee berths are fitted to port and starboard which can be used as sleeping berths if required. The centrally fixed table has two fold down leaves which when both are raised form a really large dining table at which the whole crew can eat with comfort. Lockers are fitted all around the ship's side. Flooring is in teak and holly ply and the seat fronts are finished in teak. A radio/stereo system is fitted as standard.
Navigator’s Area: Is opposite the galley on the starboard side immediately adjacent to the companionway, and is completely self contained with a large chart table and fixed navigator’s seat. Care has been taken to make sure that adequate space is available for instruments and books. The panel for the boat’s electrical system is positioned in this area
Owner Stateroom: is reach from the saloon through a passageway to starboard which is fitted with lockers and hanging space and from which access can be gained to the engine compartment, The Owner’s stateroom is a truly spacious and well appointed cabin with a large fore and aft double berth fitted to port, an “L” shaped upholstered corner seat and hanging locker to starboard and dressing table fitted to the forward bulkhead. As with all other cabins the Owner’s stateroom is furnished in teak with fitted carpets. An opening hatch is fitted in the deak head for light and ventilation but which also allows for emergency exit. The owner’s private toilet compartment is fitted out to the same high specification as the the forward toilet with all fittings duplicated with the exception of the shower which is available as an optionals
Galley: The galley is to the aft of the saloon by a semi bulkhead. The “U” shape arrangement of this area allow for an efficient and comfortable working space and at the same time provides for the protection of the cook space from being thrown around the boat. A fully gimballed, lockable, gas cooker is supplied with two burners, oven and grill and with a safety bar fitted to the front. Twin S.S. sinks are fitted with one cover so that when one of the sinks are fitted with one cover so that when one of the sinks are not in use there is extra working space. A large top opening fridge and hot and cold pressurised water system s standard. Stowage for food, crockery, cutlery, etc. is plentiful.
Engine: Thornycroft T108 50 HP diesel engine with 1.8:1 reduction gearing, hurth gearbox (or comparable replacement). Standard instrumentation and single lever control. Sight glass or electrical gauge for fuel tank. Shaft in stainless steel and two bladed propeller in bronze.
Less than 1500 hours
Electrical and Mechanical
Electrical: Charging is by way of a 12v Alternator on engine. 3 heavy duty 12v batteries with four way change over switch. Electric lighting to cabins and navigation lights. Port/starboard stern/steaming and deck flood lights. Circuit breaker switching system gives added protection.
- Xantrex Inverter / Charger
Deck Equipment: Stemhead fitting with chain roller, pulpit, alloy toe rail, stanchions and sockets, guard rails, pushpit, chain plates, 6 mooring cleats, 6 fairleads, 2 two-speed headsail sheet winches with cleats, 1 Mainsheet traveller and winch with cleat. 2 genoa track sliders and rollers, handrails and ventilators, five opening hatches over forward over forward toilet, for cabin, guest cabin, saloon and aft cabin. Fuel and water fillers S.S. Safety guard around mast.
Sails and Rigging
Spars: In silver anodised aluminium and comprising mast with winches and cleats for main and foresail halyards. Topping lift and burgee halyard. Main boom with clew outhaul. Slab reefing with winch and cleat.
Rigging: Standard rigging in stainless steel wire, running rigging comprising sheet and terylene and wire halyard for main and foresail, topping lift and burgee halyard in terylene.
- 1 Mainsail with 3 rows of reef points and cover,
- 1 working storm jib.
- 1 Genoa
- 1 Cruising Chute
General Equipment: Main compass, echo sounder with repeater in cockpit, sumlog, hand windlass, anchor with 15 fathoms chain, Diaphragm type bilge pump, 3 dry powder fire extinguishers, 1 automatic fire extinguisher in engine room, 3 mooring warps, 3 fenders, 1 set of cushions/mattresses/ fitted carpets. Wheel steering, binnacle guard to steering pedestal, first aid kit, logbook, emergency tiller.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.