This 2002 Moody 54 has a cutter rig, large center cockpit, big owner's cabin aft, two guest cabins forward, twin heads, roomy main saloon and secure galley. Her inventory includes a 100HP Yanmar engine (only 1250hrs.), generator, in-mast furling mainsail, furling jib, furling self-tacking staysail, bow thruster, electric winches, electric windlass, teak decks, radar, chart-plotter, shorepower, davits, R.I.B., heating and more. "Clair de Lune" is in excellent condition and has been maintained to a high standard by her one owner from new. Viewing is recommended!
Stiff, immensely strong, yet light enough to maintain optimum performance across the full range of ocean cruising conditions, the Moody 54 has been designed without compromise. The balance and power of her underwater sections and lead keel give superb sail carrying and stability for swift passage times. This sparkling performance is complemented by her ease of handling by two people. Standard equipment includes furling for all sails, electrically powered primary winches and a 10hp bow thruster. Her powerful sail plan, on Selden's triple spreader rig, includes a cutter rig with a self-tacking stay sail.
Hand laid fiberglass construction with isophthalic gelcoat backed by initial lay up of powder bound mat and isophthalic 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. Dark navy blue hull in gelcoat. Boot top (white) was repainted in 2016. Transom includes hinging transom door/swimming platform. Lead shoal keel and half skeg hung rudder.
Swept teak laid ring deck plus for'd 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.
YARD NO. 3038
Masthead rigged cutter with white powder painted mast and boom by "Selden.
Triple aft swept spreader rig, keel stepped.
Stainless steel standing rigging.
Inmast furling mainsail system Selden
Furlex 400 S furling systems on both forestay and inner forestay for Yankee and staysail.
Selden rod kicker
Inmast furling mainsail, Furling Yankee, Furling self tacking staysail.
I : 68.67 ft
J : 19.42 ft
P : 61.75 ft
E : 20.17 ft
Electric powered self tailing genoa sheet winches (Lewmar 64). Secondary winches (Lewmar 40CST). Mainsheet and staysail sheet winch (Lewmar 48CST). Mainsail control line winch (Lewmar 44CST). Lewmar Mainsheet traveller winches (Lewmar 16CST).
Mast mounted halyard winch. Lewmar Genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars and traveller lines led aft to jamming turning blocks. Genoa sheet turning blocks. Staysail sheeted to self tacking track. Mainsail control lines led aft through deck organisers and individual rope clutches.
Lewmar Electric windlass,
Stainless steel stem-head fitting with two bow rollers
S.S. Bruce type anchor, 40 metres of calibrated chain.
Mooring warps and fenders,
8 x Stainless steel mooring cleats
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails with opening gates
6 x Dorade air vents with stainless steel protectors/grab-rails
Wheel steering pedestal, Whitlock Reflex with pedestal mounted compass. Engine instrument and starting panel pedestal mounted. Cockpit seats and sole finished in teak. Teak cockpit table. Stainless steel grab handles each side of companionway. Folding sprayhood top to windscreen and full cockpit enclosure. Two winch handle pockets.
Teak finish throughout with teak sole. Some areas are carpeted. Head-linings are in white vinyl. Eberspacher Heating.
Guest cabin forward with island berth, hanging lockers, storage lockers, opening deck hatch and access door to heads.
Two single bunks with a hanging locker, storage lockers and opening deck hatch.
The forward shower and heads is to port and services the two forward guest cabins and comes complete with marine toilet, separate shower, sink, electric shower drain and opening deck hatch.
Large windows give excellent light and visibility into the saloon. C-shaped settee to starboard with a saloon table that can convert to a larger table and a settee to port.
Plenty of storage lockers, drinks locker, two fixed hull ports and two opening deck hatches.
Substantial overhead grab rail.
Large U shaped galley, one step down from the saloon to port. One and a half stainless steel sinks in Avonite worktop, sinks fitted with electric pump out. Large stainless steel lined front opening refrigerator plus separate top opening stainless steel lined freezer. Gimballed "SMEV" 4 burner cooker, grill and oven complete with crash bar. Panasonic Microwave, wired to shore power circuit. Extractor fan built in above cooker. Generous work top space with deeply fiddled edges. Stowage lockers for food, crockery, pots and pans, plus cutlery drawers.
Forward facing chart table one step down from the saloon to starboard. Ample space for electronics and electrical panels etc. Hanging locker aft of the Navigator's seat.
Aft of the hanging locker there is a single berth beside the walkway accessing the owner's aft cabin. Storage under the berth, access to the engine bay and opening porthole at the side of the coachroof.
Large cabin with an island berth, comfortable seats at either side of the berth, dressing table with a large mirror, hanging lockers, storage lockers, storage drawer, opening deck hatch, opening portholes at the side of the coachroof and fixed hull ports giving better visibility.
En-suite with separate shower, electric shower drain, marine toilet, sink, opening deck hatch and engine access panel.
Yanmar 4JH2-UT(B)E (100hp 73.6kw) 4 cylinder turbocharged diesel engine driving through reduction gearbox, bronze P bracket and 3 bladed propeller. Engine instrument panel mounted in cockpit. Fuel supply from tank fitted with remote fuel shut off cocks. Sound insulated engine compartment. Automatic fire extinguisher. Thermostatically controlled blown ventilation to engine space.
Two engine driven alternators, one 110amp 24 volt alternator charging 4 heavy duty 24 volt batteries for yachts main electrical system plus one 50 amp 12 volt alternator charging 2 heavy duty 12 volt batteries for yachts main engine circuit.
240/220 Volt shore support system with ring main, 40 amp battery charger 2012 (Approx.), shore powered sockets and immersion heater coil to calorifier hot water tank. Batteries wired through isolator switches and distribution panel incorporating circuit breaker switches, indicator lights, battery state indicator, fuel and water gauges. Separate isolator switches for engine and domestic circuits.
Navigation lights, deck flood light and steaming light. Lighting in all accommodation areas with overhead downlights independently switched reading lights and recessed pelmet lights, floor level courtesy lighting. Cathodic protection with hull mounted anode.
Raymarine ST60 Wind (speed/direction) at the companionway hatch
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (speed/depth and log) at the companionway hatch
Raymarine RL70C Radar/Plotter at the helm
Raymarine 7001+ auto pilot control/display at the helm
Sidepower thruster control at the helm
Raytheon Pathfinder RL80C Radar/Plotter at the chart table
Shipmate RS8400 at the chart table with a second handset in the cockpit
Furuno Weather Fax-207 at the chart table
Nav4 Navtex Plus at the chart table
Sony Radio/CD/Cassette Player.
Automatic bilge pump, plus manual bilge pump.
3 dry powder fire extinguishers plus automatic extinguisher in engine bay, fire blanket and emergency tiller.
Two harness eyes in the cockpit.
Onan 7Kw Generator
Sidepower Bow Thruster in a tunnell
Simpson S 175 Stainless steel davits
Avon Rover 3.10 RIB with console
2008 Tohatsu Four Stroke 15hp outboard engine
3 Blade feathering propeller
Cockpit cushions including backrests
Leather covered wheel
Two opening portholes into the cockpit for the galley and chart table areas
"Clair de Lune" has been lightly used by her one owner from new. The owner and his wife sailed her mainly in the South Coast of Ireland. She is set up for short handed sailing and is very easy to handle both under sail and power. She is looking smart and is ready to go. "Viewing is recommended"