'Greybeard', a Moody 44 Sailboat for Sale

'Greybeard', a 1973 Moody 44 Center-Cockpit Sloop
Currently on the hard in Marina Fonatur, Guaymas, near San Carlos, Mexico.

LOA: 43’ 6”, LWL: 34’, Beam: 12’7”, Draft: 6’6”

Displacement: 11 tons, Ballast: 5 tons, 45% 

Designer: Laurent Giles and Partners 

Builder: A.H. Moody and Sons, Ltd (Hull molded by Halmatic)

Engine: Perkins 4108, original, diesel, inboard, engine hours: rebuild: 1,300 in 1996 (total engine hours 4,400 since new)

Fuel: 100 gallons, Water: 120 gallons, Holding: 15 gallons

Two staterooms and two heads, sleeps nine total.

The Main Salon

  • Headroom 6’3” – 7’
  • Two quarter berths located in main salon
  • Two heads, lavac, located forward and aft
  • Teak faced plywood flooring 
  • Barometer Taylor Instruments 
  • Thomas ships clock 
Dining area on a Moody 44 sailboat2-leaf salon table

Forward end of salon on a Moody 44 sailboatLooking forward to head compartment and forepeak

Main salon on a Moody 44 sailboatLooking aft towards companionway

Settee berth on a Moody 44 sailboatSettee berth on starboard side

The Galley

  • Refrigeration: Vitrifrigo fridge with Danforth compressor
  • Freezer 1-cubic foot (2016)
  • Broadwater propane four-burner stove
  • Microwave
  • Single stainless-steel sink 
  • Water system pressure salt pump with manual fresh water at galley
  • Fresh water pump: Jabsco sensor-max 17
  • Caframo 4-speed fan with timer
The galley on a Moody 44 sailboatThe galley on the starboard side of the companionway

The navigation station on a Moody 44 sailboatThe navigation station

The Primary Stateroom

  • Located aft
  • Queen bed
  • Hatch and porthole, head prism light
  • Solar vent (non-operational) 
  • Head with Lavac toilet, no shower
Primary stateroom on a Moody 44 sailboatQueen-size berth in the primary stateroom

The Head on a Moody 44 sailboatThe Head

The Guest Stateroom

  • Located forward
  • V-berth 
  • 1 opening hatch
  • Head with Lavac toilet and shower
The forepeak on a Moody 44 sailboatV-berth forward, currently used for storage

Shower and head compartment on a Moody 44 sailboatShower & Head compartment


MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

  • Balmar alternator 125amp
  • Xantrex Freedom Marine 15 invertor/charger with remote, 
  • 1,500watts/75amp 
  • Transmission: Hurth, rebuilt at Hatton Marine, Seattle 2019, <100 hours
  • Freshwater cooling system
  • Raw water strainer x1 Greco
  • Raycor fuel filters
  • Bilge pump: Jabsco 4000, heavy duty in engine room
  • Bilge pump: 2 Rule 1,500
  • Extra manual bilge pumps for heads, sinks, cockpit and salon
  • Fire extinguishing system: manual
  • Fuel shut off for stove
  • Water heater: Isotherm, 5 gallons 
  • Holding tank 15 gallons, plastic or PVC, manual
  • Main propellor: Campbell, bronze, 3-blade
  • Extra propellor
  • Shaft 1 ¼”, stainless, dripless
  • Hydrovane windvane 

DECK EQUIPMENT

  • Main anchor: CQR 65 with 250’ 3/8 chain
  • Secondary anchor: CQR 45 with 60’ 3/8 and 150’ rode
  • Extra anchor: Danforth 45 stowed on deck 
  • Seatiger manual windlass 
  • Lifelines SS rod, stanchions replaced in 2010
  • Emergency rudder: windvane and tiller pilot 
  • 4 hatches, aluminum and plexiglass 
  • 2 portholes, aluminum and bronze
  • Fiberglass toe rails
  • Stainless steel swim step at stern
  • Fiberglass deck in good condition
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit
  • Tri-color deck lights, steaming lights
  • Bimini
  • Full sun awning and storage sun awning
  • Hypalon dinghy 10’, not registered, 10lb Danforth anchor with 10’ chain
  • (Optional outboard, Suzuki 2.5 4-stroke)
  • Modified ¾ full keel 
  • Fiberglass skeg hung rudder
  • Galvanized steering wheel, tube steering 
  • Rotating winch chair
  • Searchlight Guest
  • Flopper stopper x2
  • Sea-B-Que Dickson Marine

SAILS & RIGGING

  • Cruise equipped; sloop/cutter rigged
  • Primary sailmaker Doyle
  • Mainsail: Doyle, Dacron, 2012, excellent condition
  • Jib: Hood, 1973, Dacron, good condition
  • Spinnaker with sack: original, Dacron, fair condition
  • Genoa 1: #160, Dacron, good condition 
  • Staysail 2, storm sail, yankee and blooper: Dacron, 1973, good condition
  • 795 square feet sail area
  • Mainsheet traveler, lines are aft
  • Rigid boom vang 
  • Hood roller furling 2011
  • Spinnaker and whisker pole
  • Wire standing rigging, good condition, replaced in 2012
  • Aluminum mast: 53’ from deck, 2 tracks, stormsail track
  • Stepped on: keel

Winches (15): 

  • 2 winches, #55, 3-speed
  • 2 winches, #43, 2-speed
  • 3 winches, #30, 2-speed
  • 1 winch, #40, single speed
  • 3 winches, #25, 2-speed
  • 1 winch, #16, self-tailing
  • 3 winches, #8, single speed 

ELECTRONICS & HELM

  • Autopilot: Autohelm 6000
  • VHF Uniden
  • Chart plotter, GPS, radar, depth sounder: Garmin 7000
  • Rudder angle autopilot
  • Satellite navigation: Magellan lat/long 1995
  • Compass Sestrel 136201V 
  • EPERB Acer 
  • TV 
The cockpit on a Moody 44 sailboatThe cockpit

ELECTRICAL

  • House battery x1, 220-amp hours, replaced 2022
  • Start battery 
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Battery monitor
  • Battery charger auto
  • Electrical system: DC 12V, AC 120V
  • Dockside cable 30-amp, 50’
  • Xantrex invertor
  • Solar panels: 2 Bosch, 160 watts each, 1 Cynergy 120 watts (2012?)
  • LED interior lighting

ENGINE DETAILS

  • Perkins 4108: original engine, overhauled in 1996, 1,300 hours since 
  • overhaul, 4,400 hours total 
  • Cruise speed: 6 knots @2200rpm, 1gph
  • Max speed: 7.5 knots @3000rpm, 1.5gph
  • Range: 700 miles
  • Fuel tank: 100 gallons, fiberglass, original
  • Water tank: 120 gallons, fiberglass, original
  • Holding tank: 15 gallons, fiberglass, original

SAFETY & ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • 6 lifejackets and 1 life sling
  • Jacklines 

NON-OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • Man-overboard light
  • AIS needs new coax cable, but otherwise functions
  • B & G instruments

NEGOTIABLE 

  • Honda generator
  • Hookah
  • Suzuki 2.5 4-stroke outboard

EXCLUSIONS

  • Tools
  • Personal items
  • Art work
  • Hard kayak and paddle

OTHER

  • 2010 7 thru hulls, seacock Blake replaced
  • 2011 replaced domestic and engine plumbing
  • 2011 heads re-piped
  • 2019 Transmission rebuilt <100 hours
  • 2013 injector pump complete rebuild ~500 hours
  • 2015 boom replaced, Charleston Spar 
  • 2015 Bottom barrier coated 
  • 2016 2 sheet cars, Garhauer
  • 2016 sheet blocks, top and bottom, Garhauer 

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