2000 Moody 42
|Category||Center Cockpit, Cruisers|
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
The companionway from the center cockpit leads to the main cabin. The layout features a curved settee to port and a straight settee to starboard with a drop-leaf dining table between them. To starboard and aft of the salon is the galley, which runs along the outboard side as well as utilizing the area under the companionway. Opposite to port is the forward facing ship's nav station. Forward of the salon is the guest stateroom and en-suite head.
Aft of the nav station is a door leading to a passageway featuring a mid-level, outboard bunk over cabinet storage. Inboard in the passageway are two full height doors making for excellent engine room access. This passageway then leads into the master cabin. To starboard aft of the galley is a door into the en-suite head for the master cabin.
The master cabin with 6'1" headroom, which can be entered from either passageway, features a center-line queen berth.
Throughout the vessel is a teak and holly sole. Additionally, there are cherry ceiling strakes, furniture and bulkheads. The interior is exceptionally bright and well ventilated. There are thru-hull port lights, opening ports and hatches through-out. Reverse cycle air-conditioning is available for the dog-days of August.
|Mechanical and Electrical|
|Engines and Machinery|
|Hull and Deck|
|Sails and Rigging|
|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.|
Please call Diana McCabe at 203-247-7808 to make arrangements to board the boat.
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
The Moody 42 was named the Cruising Boat of the Year in 2000, and, once aboard, it's easy to see why. Jujuba is a sleek center cockpit yacht with two roomy staterooms, a bunk for overflow or off-watch sleeping, two heads and a bright salon. The galley and ship's nav station are conveniently on either side of the cockpit companionway. Over the 7 years of ownership, the sellers have upgraded equipment and systems. Some of the highlights of the yacht are:
*Electronics replaced in 2015 in NavPod at helm
*All thru-hulls replaced with bronze sea cocks in 2016
*New bonding system (2018)
*New holding tank (Dura Weld, polypropylene, hoses (Trident) and heads (Jabsco) in 2016
*Lewmar Traveler and running rigging replaced in 2016
*AGM Batteries replaced in 2017
*Inverter replaced in 2015
* Equipped with a Side-Power bow thruster
*Reverse cycle dockside air conditioning/heating
*New navy bimini and dodger in 2014 (Miller Marine)
*New life lines in 2013
*The Yanmar has a modest 947 hours