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Moodys Yachts concept takes a unique approach to modern yacht design
Written by Administrator    Saturday, 26 January 2013 13:03    PDF Print E-mail
Sea Yachting Magazine Moody yachts have long enjoyed a reputation for quality and now the Moody Deck Saloons add innovation, harmoniously combining traditional values and modern design. The Moody "one level living" concept takes a unique approach to modern yacht design and is common to both the DS 45 and the DS 62. The Moody Deck Saloons are designed to make living aboard and sailing a pleasure. Simply open the sliding doors from the spacious cockpit and you access the sumptuous living area on the same level, bathed with natural light. The large cockpit contains an excellent table while the open deck aft is ideal for spending time with family and friends. The self-tacking jib and manageable rig, supported by powerful winches, ensures easy and safe handling for a small crew. The yacht can be simply maneuvered from the helm station, with all sails easily adjustable from the helmsman's position. The yachts feature a solid continuous bulwark and guardrail, which offers all-round security.
The large cockpit is protected by a sliding bimini and is an ideal social area in all weather conditions. When the swimming platform is open, access to the sea is just two steps away. The Moody's are true ocean-cruising yachts, offering safe and comfortable blue water sailing and their design incorporates a high degree of seaworthiness. Their features include substantial refrigeration, large water and diesel capacities, coach roof windows made of strong security glass and a solid watertight bulkhead in the bow. Attention is paid to every detail, including the spacious storage compartments, pop-up TV, and ergonomic fiddles and handrails. Even with a party underway outside, there is still an opportunity to enjoy peace and quiet in the deck saloon which also houses the navigator's seat and chart table, with ample space for extensive passage planning. The handcrafted interior is crafted to a high standard with a choice in solid timbers on offer. A variety of cabin combinations are available below the living deck area that allowS substantial owner customisation.
Moody DS 45 Fact Box
LOA 13.72 m | 45'00"
LWL 12.93 m | 42'42"
Beam 4.57 m | 14'12"
Draft 1.99 m | 6'34"
Displacement approx. 14.0 t | approx. 30,864 lb
Ballast approx. 4.3 t | approx. 9,479 lb
Engine Volvo D3-110 78 kW / 106 HP
Fresh water approx. 800 l
Fuel tank approx. 600 l
CE Certificate A (ocean)
Moody DS 62 Fact Box
LOA 19.30 m | 63'32"
LWL 17.20 m | 56'43"
Beam 5.25 m | 17'22"
Draft Standard 2.95 m | 9'7" (composite iron/lead keel)
Draft Optional Cruising keel 2.50 m | 8'2" (composite iron/lead keel)
option
Displacement approx. 30 t | approx. 66,137 lb
Ballast approx. 10 t | approx. 22,045 lb
Engine Volvo 110 kW / 150 HP
Fresh water approx. 725 l
Fuel tank approx. 720 l
Passage Tank approx. 300 liter passage tank (fuel or water)
CE Certificate A (ocean)