Flagships Gallery: Moody 54 DS

Because of the success of the Moody 45 and Moody 62 deck saloon series, we have now developed what we believe to be the best of two boats—the Moody 54 DS.
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Moody has developed a unique deck saloon sailing yacht with `one level living` between cockpit and saloon. This is a proven and well accepted concept for many offshore cruising sailors and ex-powerboat owners.

Because of the success of the Moody 45 and Moody 62 deck saloon series, we have now developed what we believe to be the best of two boats—the Moody 54 DS.

The Moody 54 DS is ideal for all sailors who are looking for a comfortable boat without giving up sailing performance. Based on the wishes of this group, we have specified the design brief for Dixon Yacht design.

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The Moody 54 DS offers the ability to live aboard for a few months a year, enjoying all the comforts of a luxurious apartment, including the ability to accommodate family and friends.

Explore the Mediterranean or the rest of the world in the Moody 54 DS. It can be easily handled by one or two people. It’s seaworthy design, combined with lots of safety features, ensure a safe trip for owners and guests.

This yacht, with its handcrafted finish and modern engineereing, is extremely durable.

Contact dbrophy@hanseyachts.com for more information regarding this magnificent yacht.

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SPECS

LOA 56ft 3in

LWL 49ft 8in

BEAM 17ft

DRAFT 8ft 5in (std)

DISPLACEMENT 51,600 lbs

BALLAST 15,300 lbs

SAIL AREA 1,730 ft2

FUEL/WATER/WASTE (US GAL) 264/214/-

ENGINE Volvo D3-110 110kW/150HP

ELECTRICAL 12 V and 230 V

DESIGNER Dixon Yacht Design

BUILDER Hanse Yachts 

U.S. DISTRIBUTOR moodyboats.com

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