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|Length||46 ft / 14.02 m|
|Location||Charleston, South Carolina, United States|
|LOA||46 ft 2 in / 14.07 m|
|Length at Water Line||39 ft 4 in / 11.99 m|
|Beam||14 ft 5 in / 4.4 m|
|Max Draft||5 ft 3 in / 1.6 m|
|Dry Weight||29762 lb|
|Max Bridge Clearance||63 ft / 19.2 m|
|Drive Type||Shaft Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||2900|
|Builder||Marine Projects (Plymouth)|
|Fuel Tanks||114 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||204 gal|
|Holding Tanks||40 gal|
Turn-key | Cruise Equipped | 3-Cabin | Center Cockpit
Are you ready to set off on your next adventure? This 2000 Moody 46 is one of the best center cockpit, luxury cruising boats on the market. She's in excellent condition, and her knowledgeable owner has taken care of all the details, so you can just go.
- Hull painted September 2017
- Brightwork refreshed
- Installed a new holding tank, macerator pump and replaced the waste lines
- Added a Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver system (AIS100 antenna with switch and GPS)
- New B&G Type 2 hydraulic pump for the autopilot
- New Kato davit system to accommodate the solar panel
- Kyocera KU265 solar panel, plus Mastervolt regulator SCM25 MPPT
- Increased battery bank by 66% with the addition of two AGM 105 batteries
- New dodger with 60g polycarbonate window, new bimini with 40g vinyl window, new connector with 40g vinyl window and new window panels below connector
- Upgraded the software for the E-80 chart plotter
- New Whale F700 6 gallon water heater with heat exchanger
- New Rocna 33 anchor 33kg/73lbs
- New 70 Amp MasterVolt battery charger
- New curtains throughout
- New wind vane transducer with a workable backup
- Replaced the windlass motor gearbox
The interior is spacious and bright with attractive cherry joinery. The three cabin, two head layout offers accommodations for seven people and has a lovely main salon with plenty of room to entertain.
Beginning in the forward guest cabin, there is a comfortable, center-line, double island berth with four large upper cabinets, two felt-lined vanity cabinets on either side of the berth, two large drawers below the berth and a hanging locker. There is an opening-deck hatch and a door leading aft to the head.
The forward head is located aft of the forward guest cabin on the starboard side of the boat and is accessible from both the forward guest cabin and main salon. It has a toilet, wood vanity cabinet, mirror, sink, stainless fixtures, dark green counter, deck hatch and a shower with a dedicated seat and curtain.
Across from the forward head on the port side there is a third cabin with two twin bunks, a deck hatch and a large closet. The closet has shelves that can be removed to create a hanging locker.
The comfortable raised main salon has abundant natural light with two opening hatches and a total of eight hull port lights and salon windows at eye level. There is a folding leaf dining table and a c-shaped leather settee on the port side. To starboard, there are two armchairs that are separated by a cocktail table and liquor cabinet. The armchairs have removable stools that can be used for additional seating around the dining table. There is generous storage in the main salon with upper cabinets on both sides of the boat and below the settee and within the bases of the armchairs.
The functional u-shaped galley offers a safe and secure work area that is convenient to the companionway and open to the main salon. It has a large counter top and plenty of storage. There is a double stainless steel sink, front-loading Isotherm stainless steel refrigerator (11/15), top-loading Isotherm freezer (11/09), Smev 4-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven, recessed microwave, integrated exhaust fan, built-in trash bin, large solid surface counter top and abundant storage.
The navigation station is located on the port side of the boat and has a forward facing chart table, book shelf, cabinet and full height vented wet locker. The navigation station houses the electric panel, Raymarine E80 navigation display, autopilot control, VHF radio.
Both the galley and the nav station are open to the raised main salon, which adds to the overall feeling of openness. When sitting at the chart table or working in the galley one has unobstructed views of the main salon.
There is hallway/passage cabin located aft of the nav station that leads to the master stateroom. The hallway/passage cabin has a dedicated pilot berth above a large built-in sideboard/locker unit that is perfect for storing tools and spare parts. On the inboard side of the passage cabin there are two large engine room access doors.
The roomy master stateroom has a queen center-line island berth with seating on either side. There is a mirror and vanity located near the foot of the berth along with storage cabinets and lockers to port and starboard of the berth. The en-suite head has attractive dark green counters, stainless fixtures, a sink, toilet and dedicated shower stall.
There is plenty of headroom throughout the boat!
- Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver system (AIS100 antenna w/switch and GPS) (2016)
- ICOM M802 SSB Radio with AT140 tuner and antenna (2016)
- Upgraded Raymarine 130 GPS antenna (2016)
- New B&G Type 2 hydraulic pump for autopilot (2016)
- Standard Quest-X VHF radio (new 10/15)
- 2 - Raymarine E80 multifunction navigation displays (new 11/09) with upgraded software in 2016
- Standard Quest-X VHF ram mic (10/15)
- Raymarine RD218 radar (new 11/09)
- Raymarine ST60 + tridata (new 11/09)
- Raymarine ST60 + wind (new 11/09)
- Fusion AM/FM/CD weather radio (11/09)
- Simrad AP24 autopilot (11/09) with Raymarine SmartPilot controller
- Navionics chart
- Batteries (5 house, 1 generator and 1 starter) (6/14) Increased the battery bank by 66% with the addition of two AGM 105 batteries in 2016
- New Kyocera KU265 (265 watt) solar panel with Mastervolt regulator SCM25 MPPT installed on a new Kato davit system (2016)
- 70 Amp Mastervolt battery charger (9/16)
- 30 Amp Mastervolt battery charger (6/14)
- 100 Amp Balmar high output 6 series alternator (6/14)
- Mastervolt MasterShunt 500 battery monitor with control panel (6/14)
- Balmar ARS-5 advanced regulator (6/14)
- All new LED interior lights (6/14)
- 110 volt AC system and 12 volt DC system
- Dockside electrical cables (5)
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
The Yanmar 75 HP (4JH2-HTE) engine has been consistently maintained. There is access to both the engine and Fisher Panda 7.5 KW generator (9/10) via two large doors located in the hallway/passage cabin, one large door in the aft head and a panel located in the master stateroom.
- New holding tank, waste lines and macerator pump (2016)
- New Whale F700 6 gallon water heater with heat exchanger (2016)
- Outboard engine - Mercury 9.9 HP (8/14)
- 90% of the thru-hull valves were replaced (2/11)
- Generator - Fisher Panda 7.5 KW with 440 hours (9/2010)
- Heat/Air Conditioning - Three (3) units supply 29,000 BTU. The unit in the main salon was replaced in 2016
- Fresh water engine cooling system
- Vetus bow thruster
- Engine blower
- Dual Vetus water separator/fuel filters.
- 2 automatic and 1 manual bilge pumps
- 2 manual heads
Sails and Rigging
Easy to sail, with a cruising-friendly cutter rig that allows for convenient sail plan management.
- Seldon in-mast furling
- Seldon aluminum spars
- Lewmar 2-speed electric primary winches
- Furlex roller furling on both headsails
- Hood Main (restitched and reconditioned in 2015)
- Hood #1 Genoa (new Sunbrella UV cover in 2/14)
- Hood Staysail (new Sunbrella UV cover in 2/14)
- Hood Yankee
- NEW BIMINI, DODGER AND BRIDGE CURTAIN (BLUE) WITH UPGRADED POLYCARBONATE WINDOWS (10/16)
- Kato davits and motor lift #230 (11/07), modified to accommodate a solar panel in 2016
- Life Raft - Plastimo 6 person offshore life raft (11/07 and serviced in 6/15)
- 9.9 HP Mercury outboard (8/14)
- Zodiac Cadet 10' inflatable rib (2/14)
- Rocna 33 anchor 33 kg/77 lbs (2016)
- #45 anchor
- Fortress anchor 46'-51' with bag (3/09)
- Windlass with a remote control in the chain locker and a switch at the helm
- Tan cockpit cushions with backrests (8/09)
- Teak cockpit table
- Drop-down swim platform
- Hard windshield
- Hot and cold transom shower
- Raw water deck wash down system on the foredeck
- Anchor davit
- Bow pulpit
- Stern rail with seats
- Fenders and lines
In addition to the above-listed equipment, there is a new Galerider 42 Drogue, two new offshore life vests, a two person inflatable kayak, miscellaneous spare parts and much more.
In October 2012, Finally! sustained cosmetic damage when she was on-the-hard and lifted off her stands by a storm surge during Sandy. She floated across the marina parking lot, along with a number of other boats, and came to rest leaning upright against inactive power lines. She was placed back on jack stands and her hull, deck, bottom, keel, rudder and rigging were all thoroughly inspected. The following repairs were performed:
- Replaced the bow rail, stanchions and all life-lines
- Replaced the bow, stern, steaming and tri-color lights with LEDs
- Replaced one damaged port and another undamaged port
- Removed the bottom paint, repaired scratches, and gouges on the bottom, and primed and painted the bottom
- Repaired scratches and gouges in the hull
- Painted the hull, including the gold accent and red boot stripe
- New curtains throughout the boat (12/2016)
- Engine serviced and oil changed in late 2016
- Stripped and varnished the teak cap rail and transom seats (11/15)
- New bottom paint and zincs (2017)
- Cutlass bearings replaced (8/12)
- 90% of the thru-hull valves were replaced (2/11)
- The cabin top repainted in (11/09)
Contact the Listing Broker for a vessel history. 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.