Skip to main content

NB&G 2015: Moorings Yacht Ownership

  • Author:
  • Updated:
    Original:

MOORINGS

The Moorings, the world’s premier yacht management and charter company, offers you the opportunity to own your dream yacht without the usual hassles and expenses of conventional ownership.

As a Moorings owner, you’ll enjoy:

  • Up to 12 weeks a year on your yacht or a sistership at one of our exotic destinations worldwide.
  • No operating expenses such as dockage, insurance and professional yacht maintenance.
  • A fixed guaranteed monthly income that will exceed your mortgage payment, based on traditional financing.

In addition to the boats featured on this page, The Moorings has many other yachts available. Call us today at 888-952-8603 to learn more about our entire range.

Moorings 4800

The Moorings 4800 follows in the footsteps of the popular Moorings 4600, the best-selling Moorings model to-date. The Moorings 4800 has an exceptional amount of space, and includes a large forward cockpit with access to the saloon. This yacht features high quality construction and great performance. She is fully equipped with twin Yanmar 54 hp engines, flat screen TV, electric winch with foot switch to raise the mainsail, solar panels and much more.

Moorings 5800

The flagship of The Moorings fleet, the Moorings 5800, comes complete with 5 guest cabins plus crew cabin— all with en-suite heads. One of the exciting features on this model is 2 guest cabins located on the bridgedeck. These two cabins feature access to the innovative and spacious forward cockpit. A huge, flybridge is the perfect 360-degree lookout for helmsman and crew, with comfortable and stylish lounge seating and composite teak flooring. The well-appointed galley includes refrigerator, freezer, microwave, bar area and plenty of storage. The 5800 has outstanding visibility, electric winches, top of the line electronics and individual stateroom temperature control.

LOA: 57 ft 7in • LWL: 54ft 2in • Beam: 27ft 9in • Draft: 6ft • Sail Area: 2,010 ft2 • Fuel/Water: 238/412 gal • Auxiliary: 2 x 74hp

Moorings 4000

The Moorings is excited to introduce the all new Moorings 4000 which will make her U.S. debut in mid-February 2015 at the Miami Boat Show. This catamaran is a product of South African boat builders Robertson and Caine and includes a unique, modern design. She resembles other Robertson and Caine catamarans in speed, agility, and blue-water performance, but her enhancements include an increased volume in the hulls, allowing for additional interior space, and an innovative interior layout. Unlike any other models before her, the galley is located forward and the settee and dining area is located aft. This allows for a panoramic view looking forward with large sliding glass doors between the saloon and the aft cockpit.

LOA: 39’ 4” • LWL: 38’ 1” • Beam: 22’1” • Draft: 4’1” • Sail Area: 1,032 ft2 • Fuel/Water: 95/206 gal • Auxiliary: 2 x 29hp

mooringsyachtownership.com888-952-8603

Back to Main Page

Related

promo-2048x

Just Launched Mid-sized Cruisers

With so many manufacturers dreaming up bigger production boats, more and more mid-sized cruisers fall on the smaller end of their lines. However, “smaller” does not mean less, and the tricks for optimizing larger models have helped with squeezing more enjoyment into less LOA. As ...read more

05-DSC_0638

Charter: Lake Tahoe

A sail on Lake Tahoe has been on my bucket list since the day I first laid eyes on it, and come hell or high water, I decided I was going to someday charter a boat there. North America’s largest and deepest alpine lake, Tahoe sits at 6,225ft above sea level and straddles the ...read more

East-River-Rapids

Escape from New York Part 1

I was never supposed to take my boat through New York City. After getting sucked backward through the Cape Cod Canal on my way south from Maine, when the speed of the current exceeded the maximum speed of my little electric auxiliary, I wanted nothing to do with Hell Gate and ...read more

LEAD-Celeste-in-the-Tuamotu

A Watermaker Upgrade

As a classic-boat sailor, I’ve long held that simpler is the better. I still think this is true: a simpler boat is cheaper, she has less gadgets to break down and there’s a certain satisfaction in knowing you’re able to handle a bit of discomfort. Thus, for a long time, I sailed ...read more

01-LEAD-IDECsport_180919_032

Sailing Speed Records

Although the 1903 defender of the America’s Cup, Reliance, was deemed a “racing freak”—the boat pushed design rules to their limit and couldn’t be beaten, at least in very specific conditions—designer Nat Herreshoff was nonetheless onto something. A century later, purpose-built ...read more

BVIFeetup

Chartering with Non-sailors

Three tips on managing the madness First-time charterers and first-time sailors aren’t at all the same thing. One group may struggle with beginner chartering issues, like sailing a multihull, catching a mooring or dealing with base personnel. For the other group, though, ...read more

AdobeStock_455372159

A Gulf Stream Crossing at Night

Even the dome of light glowing above the city behind us had disappeared as if swallowed in a gulp by Noah’s whale. The moon was absent. Not a star twinkled overhead. The night was so dark we could have been floating in a pot of black ink. The only artificial lights to be seen ...read more

00-Lead-549215sJL2uLEa

Summer Sailing Programs

Every year, countless parents find themselves navigating the do’s and don’ts of enrolling their children in a summer learn-to-sail program for the first time. While the prospect of getting your kid on the water is exciting, as a sailing camp program director, there are a lot of ...read more