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New and used Moody boats for sale

Murcia, Spain
£100,000 GBP
Tax paid / included
1990 | 13.11m | Sail
United Kingdom
£73,000 GBP
Tax paid / included
1991 | 11.43m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£30,000 GBP
1987 | 9.37m | Diesel | Sail
£887,398 GBP
Listed price €1,049,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2022 | 17.20m | Diesel | Sail
£803,649 GBP
Listed price €950,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2011 | 19.30m | Diesel | Sail
£49,065 GBP
Listed price €58,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1988 | 12.80m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£53,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
1996 | 10.36m | 0 | Sail
£325,689 GBP
Listed price €385,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2008 | 13.71m | Diesel | Power
Antigua And Barbuda
£59,186 GBP
Listed price $75,000 USD
1996 | 11.20m | Sail
United Kingdom
£79,995 GBP
1989 | 11.56m | Diesel | Sail
£24,532 GBP
Listed price €29,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1984 | 9.37m | Sail
Florida, United States
£785,196 GBP
Listed price $995,000 USD
2021 | 13.72m | Diesel

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History of Moody

Moody Yachts, a prestigious name in the sailing community, traces its origins back to 1827. Founded by John Moody in Swanwick, Hampshire, the company initially focused on the construction of small wooden dinghies. Over time, Moody's expertise and commitment to quality craftsmanship led to their expansion into larger sailing yachts. The brand became synonymous with seaworthiness and luxurious designs, capturing the attention of sailing enthusiasts worldwide.Throughout the 20th century, Moody continued to innovate, embracing new materials and technologies, such as fibreglass construction in the 1960s. The firm transitioned through family generations, each contributing to the rich legacy of the brand. In the 1980s and 1990s, Moody Yachts collaborated with renowned designer Bill Dixon, leading to the creation of some of the most iconic models in the company's history, including the Moody 33, 37, and 44. These developments solidified Moody as a leader in blue-water cruising yachts.Today, Moody Yachts operates under the umbrella of HanseYachts AG, one of the largest yacht manufacturers in Germany. The acquisition by HanseYachts in 2007 brought new investment, expanding Moody's capabilities while retaining their hallmark of quality. The production now takes place in Greifswald, Germany, where Moody continues to craft sophisticated, cutting-edge yachts. With a blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern innovation, Moody Yachts maintains its esteemed position in the global sailing community.

Which models do Moody produce?

Moody produce a range of boats including the Moody 38, Moody 41, Moody 54, Moody 54 DS and Moody Eclipse 43. For the full list of Moody models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Moody build?

Moody manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Sloop, Cruiser, Offshore cruiser, Centre cockpit and Coastal cruiser.

How much does a boat from Moody cost?

Used boats from Moody on range in price from £8,500 GBP to £887,000 GBP with an average price of £159,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Moody, for example the model, age and condition.

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