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Moody 422/425 1989 Moody 425 For Sale In The Caribbean

Discussion in 'Boats For Sale / Wanted' started by Carl Butler, 25/10/16.

  1. Carl Butler

    Carl Butler Carl Butler

    Boat name:
    Jacksonville (Temporarrily, Full Time Cruisers)
    Boat type:
    Moody 425
    Cruising area:
    East Coast Us, Bahamas, Eastern Caribbean
    Fully Equipped 1989 Moody 425 Already in the Caribbean
    $100,000 USD
    Contact Carl at sailaboy54@gmail.com

    If you have dreamed of sailing the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean, here’s your chance.

    Brilliant is a blue water cruise-ready vessel fully equipped and already in the Caribbean!

    This 1989 Moody 425 sloop with in-mast furling has thousands of sea miles under her keel. We have sailed full-time on various boats and Brilliant is by far the best. We live aboard are presently in the southern Windward Islands for the 2016 hurricane season.

    Having cruised continuously for 10+ years we are ready to come ashore for land-based adventures.


    Boat Name: Brilliant
    Model: 1989 Moody 425
    Hull Number MPPGB107D989
    Builder: Marine Projects in Plymouth, England, Lloyd’s registered
    Flag of Registry: United States
    Currently cruising Windward Islands
    Fin keel, hung skeg rudder
    • LOA 41.7’ (12.7m)
    • LWL 34.25’ (10.46m)
    • Beam 13.3’ (4.05m)
    • Draft 6’ (1.83m)
    • Bridge Clearance 59’ (18.0m)
    • Head Room 6.3’
    Displacement 21,220lbs (8628kg)
    Ballast 8,400 lbs (3511kg)
    Material GRP (Fiberglass)
    Engine: 1989 Thornycroft Model T-98 Diesel, 50 hp, 8300 hours
    Propeller: Fixed 3 blade Campbell Sailor propeller
    • Fresh Water: Total Capacity: 121 gallons; 2 Stainless Steel Tanks under settees – 45 gallons each, 1 Flexible tank under the V-Berth – 31 gallons
    • Fuel: 72 Gallons, under aft bunk
    • Holding Tanks: Aft head: 25 gallons, Fwd head: None.
    • ElectroScan, USCG Type 1 MSD
    • Radar: Furuno 1710, display mounted in the cockpit with easy view from the helm
    • Chartplotter: Garmin Echomap 50s with US, Bermuda, Bahamas and Super Caribbean Charts, mounted at the helm
    • Garmin GPS 152
    • Hand bearing compass
    • VHF: ICOM IC-M402 w/ICOM Command MicII at the helm.
    • VHF handheld
    • Icom M802 HF Transceiver New 2016
    • Icom AT140 Auto HF antenna tuner, KISS ground poise, Gam antenna New 2016
    • NorthStar wind indicator
    • NorthStar depth sounder
    • NorthStar log – speed
    • NAVMAN Repeater 3100 at the Nav Station (repeats cockpit instrument numbers)
    • Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001, S2 Computer, new Linear Drive 2016 to rudder quadrant
    • NASA NAVTEX Receiver
    • AIS: West Marine AIS 1000 Transceiver
    • JVC stereo with 6 speakers
    • 22” HDTV w/mast mounted amplifier
    • House battery bank: 6 – Full River 6volt AGM providing 750 amp hours at 12vdc (new 2014)
    • Engine start battery: 1 – no maintenance Grp 24
    • Xantrex LinkPro battery monitor
    • Xantrex TrueCharge2, 40Amp battery charger 95-240vac
    • Xantrex/Pro 1000watt inverter w/remote control panel
    • Navigation Lights all converted to LED.
    • Masthead tricolor and Anchor light
    • Running lights
    • Deck light – 50 watt
    • Alternator Balmar 120 amp
    • Smart regulator Balmar ASR-5
    • Solar Power: 480 watts total
    2- 140 watt Sopray (2012) panels over the bimini
    2 – 100 watt Renogy panels (2014) on the stern arch. in
    Controlled by 2 – Networked Blue Sky 2512iX-H solar charge controllers (2014)
    • Wind Power: AirX Marine wind powered generator, with carbon fiber Silentwind replacement blades, shock mounted on the stern arch
    • Comprehensive electrical control panel at navstation
    • 120 VAC distribution panel with an inverter/shorepower selector switch
    • 30 Amp 125V Stainless Steel Easy Lock Shore Power outlet on the cockpit combing
    • 15 Amp 220 VAC Shorepower outlet in the cockpit (currently disconnected).
    • 30 Amp 50’ Shore power cable w/50 amp to 30 amp pigtail
    • Sloop-rigged,
    • Kemp (now Selden) aluminium double spreader mast,
    • Kemp inmast furling system,
    • Stainless steel fittings and standing rigging (10mm) (2007)
    • Furlex headsail furling system
    • Rigid telescoping boom vang
    • White dacron mainsail Mack Sail (2012)
    • 130 genoa with foam luff section
    • Furlex roller furling
    • Spinnaker pole stowed on mast
    • 2 – Lewmar ST-52 primary winches
    • 2 – Lewmar ST-30 main and genoa furling wenches
    • 1 – Lewmar 8 main sheet winch
    • 1 – Lewmar 16 winch
    • 1 – Lewmar 30 Halyard winch
    • 1 – Lewmar 40 Halyard winch
    • Bimini and full cockpit enclosure
    • Lucas Sails dodger
    • Bottomsider cushions cockpit
    • Aft deck cushions
    • Mantus 65lb main anchor new 2016
    • Brittany 44lb auxiliary anchor
    • Fortress FX-37 aluminum anchor
    • 200’ (3/8”) BBB chain with 200’ 3/4” nylon 3-strand rode new 2016
    • Second anchor rode 130’ with 30’ of 10mm chain, ready to quickly deploy as kedge or second anchor
    • Quick Hector 1500 watt windlass with gypsy and drum
    • Seawater washdown pump
    • 6 – 3/4” double braid primary dock lines (new 2013)
    • 7 covered fenders
    • Viking 4 person canister life raft (certified 2016)
    • Powder coated emergency tiller
    • 2 X 10 LB propane bottles
    • Fresh water shower at stern
    • Teak cockpit table
    • Avon 314 RIB
    • Mariner 8hp 2-stroke outboard
    • Teak Outboard motor mount on stern rail
    • Stainless steel mast pulpits
    • Stainless steel Stern Arch with LED light
    • Stainless steel Whittall Davits
    • Dorade vents and opening hatches
    • Huge aft lazerettes
    • Passerelle (2 meter long gangway) for Med mooring; Stainless steel w/teak treads, mounts bow or stern
    • Swim platform on the stern with large locker for water toys
    • Stainless steel swim ladder
    • 406Hz ACR AquaLink PLB Epirb
    • Inflatable life jackets w/safety harnesses
    • Assorted other lifejackets
    • Engine compartment fire suppression system
    • Fire blanket in galley
    • Six handheld fire extiguishers
    • Jacklines
    • Powder Coated emergency tiller
    • Lifesling man overboard equipment on stern arch
    • The Stripper line cutter on the shaft
    • Lee cloths for salon and passage berths
    • Boatswains chair
    • New Corian counter tops (2014)
    • Plastimo Neptune stainless 2 burner cooker with broiler & oven
    • Trident Gas Control Panel (solenoid)
    • Adler-Barbour Cold Machine refrigerator icebox w/small freezer evaporator (2014)
    • Digital temperature monitor, w/temperature controlled fan in icebox to maintain even temperatures
    • Dry storage locker that could be converted to large freezer
    • Engel 12 volt 40 cubic inch freezer
    • Twin Stainless steel sinks
    • Cafrano fan
    • Fresh water foot pump galley sink w/water filter
    • Hot and cold pressure water
    • Knife holder with Chicago cutlery
    • Teak interior, headroom approx. 6’3”
    • All cabin lighting upgraded LED’s
    • Extensive storage space in secure lockers and cabinets for long range cruising
    • Salon settees updated w/ ultra suede upholstery
    • Dedicated forward facing Nav Station with large chart table and storage
    • Accommodation for 8 persons in three cabins large double berth in owners cabin aft, forward cabin V-berth, salon berths port and starboard settees w/leecloth plus trotter box to accommodate taller people on the port side, bunk beds in passage berth
    • 2 Heads: Manual toilet, PAR/Jabsco fwd, Raritan PHC aft; Showers in each head with Whale Gulper sump pumps; Hot & cold 40psi pressure water system
    • 6 gal Hotwater tank, Shorepower or engine heater
    • Engine access from three large hatches makes routine maintenance easy

    For pictures and specifications visit: https://sanctuarycruising.wordpress.com/live-your-dream/
  2. Pete Peterson

    Pete Peterson Pete Peterson

    Boat name:
    US East Coast
    Boat type:
    Moody 425
    Cruising area:
    US East Coast, Bahamas, Caribbean
    This is really a great buy!
  3. Neil Eccles

    Neil Eccles Neil Eccles General Committee

    MOA Position:
    Website Editor
    Boat name:
    Boat type:
    Moody 42
    Cruising area:
    West Coast of France and North Coast Of Spain
    Biassed Pete? :)
  4. Pete Peterson

    Pete Peterson Pete Peterson

    Boat name:
    US East Coast
    Boat type:
    Moody 425
    Cruising area:
    US East Coast, Bahamas, Caribbean
    Ohhh... maybe a little, but she really is a beauty!
  5. Peter Wright

    Peter Wright Peter Wright

    Boat name:
    Suffolk Yacht Harbour
    Boat type:
    Moody 425
    Cruising area:
    North Sea, English Channel, Biscay
    With Pete's extensive knowledge of this model, he has every right to be biased and Brilliant must surely live up to her name.

  6. Dick Holness

    Dick Holness Dick Holness

    Boat name:
    Swale Marina, Kent
    Boat type:
    Moody 36(90s)
    Cruising area:
    East Coast France Belgium Holland
    Buy her back, Pete, you know you want to....