'Morag Star' has been in her current ownership from new. She is configured for Blue Water cruising and can be comfortably sailed short handed.
The Moody 54 has been designed without compromise, resulting in a strong and robust yacht, yet it is also light enough to maintain optimum performance across the full range of ocean cruising conditions. The balance and power of her underwater sections and lead keel give superb sail carrying and stability for swift passage times.
Length Overall: 16.72 m (54'10")
Waterline Length: 14.02 m (46'1")
Beam: 4.85 m (15'11")
Draft (Shoal Keel): 1.80 m (5'11")
Displacement: 20.06 Tonnes (44,132lb)
Inmast furling Mainsail: 57.032 m² (614sq ft)
Genoa: 77.065 m² (830 sq ft)
Self tacking Staysail: 23.177 m² (249 sq ft)
Built by Marine Project LTD. 2001
Designed by Bill Dixon
Hand laid fibreglass construction with isophthalic gelcoat. Balsa cored sandwich construction for increased pane stiffness. The hull is further stiffened by bonded in bulkheads plus frames and stringers. The underwater sections from stern to keel are also stiffened by utilising an Aramid (Kevlar) laminate to increase impact resistance.
Yanmar 4HT2 - UT 100hp - 4 cylinder
Folding Prop with rope cutter
Water tank - 500 litres - Plastic
Fuel tank - 500 litres - Steel
The main saloon is on a raised level, with a large 'C' shaped settee to the starboard side with dining table. There is a double seater settee to port with good locker space throughout.
To the port side aft of the saloon, a large 'U' shaped galley consists on a traditional type 4 burner cooker with oven and grill, Panasonic microwave oven, front opening fridge and surface access coolbox.
To the starboard side, the forward facing navigation station incorporates the chart table, AD/DC distribution panel and all the navigational electronics. There is a large wet locker behind the nav seat.
Master Aft Cabin
A large island double berth, with large hanging lockers to the port and starboard side. There are bedside seats to the port and starboard side with dressing units and good locker stowage. There is access to the en-suite heads on the port side and consists of w/c, separate shower cubicle and washbasin.
Forward Guest Cabin
A large cabin with island double berth and hanging lockers to port and starboard. There is also overhead lockers and en-suite access to the heads which has a w/c, shower and washbasin.
Electric in mast Mainsail Reefing
Genoa and Staysail roller furling (2*Furlex 400s)
Mainsail - Hood Sails - 2001 - OK condition
Genoa - Hood Sails - 2001 - OK condition
Stay Sail - Hood Sails - 2001 - OK condition
Cruising Chute - Hood Sails - 2001 - OK condition
Coachroof Winches: 1*Lewmar 48 self-tailing and 1*Lewmar 44 self-tailing (both electric)
Primary Winches: 2*Lewmar 64 self-tailing (both electric)
Cockpit Winches: 2*Lewmar 40 self-tailing
Main Traveller Winches: 2*Lewmar 16 self-tailing
Mast Winch: 1*Lewmar 30
10*Spinlock XT clutches on Coachroof
3*Spinlock XT clutches on Mast
Raytheon RL80C Pathfinder radar and chart plotter
Raytheon ST60 Tridata
Raytheon ST60 Wind
Raytheon ST60 Multi
Raytheon ST7000+ Autopilot
Icom IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver
Icom MA-500TR Class B AIS Transponder
Icom IC-M501 EURO Marine VHF
Icom IC-M21 Handheld VHF
Furuno GP-31 GPS Navigator
Nav 4 Navtex Plus
Echo Pilot FLS Silver forward looking sonar
Global Fix EPIRB
Polaris 125 Compass
Onan 11Kw Generator
24 volt system throughout, made up of 11 batteries with a 1000 amp total capacity.
Great Harbour Yachts LLP
The Sugar Warehouse, East Hamilton Street
Greenock, Renfrewshire PA15 2UT