Even if you’re short on crew, the design is for easy sailing. Moody’s trademark twin helm positions, the self tacking head sail integrated into deck, electronic engine control at starboard helm station and 2 electric winches in cockpit make it all possible.
The single rudder Jefa steering, a world leader in mechanical steering systems, makes the 54 a dream to drive. This is a safe and seaworthy yacht for the sailor wanting robust performance and true one level living in a blue water cruiser.
The Moody 54 Deck Saloon is an innovative fusion of the 45 DS and flagship 62 DS.
The success of the Judel Vrolijk yachts on the race course and Bill Dixon’s super yacht custom design experience make the 54 DS a comfortable cruiser for sailing around the world.
Read more here about Peter Hrones’ input into the design.
Even if you’re short on crew, the design is for easy sailing.
Moody’s trademark twin helm positions, the self tacking head sail integrated into deck, electronic engine control at starboard helm station and 2 electric winches in cockpit make it all possible.
The single rudder Jefa steering, a world leader in mechanical steering systems, makes the 54 a dream to drive.
Single level living on the 54 DS has so much to offer… a perfect choice, especially on long passages.
Well, that’s completely up to you.
This is a safe and seaworthy yacht for the sailor wanting robust performance and true one level living in a blue water cruiser. Custom finishes allow you to design a boat that’s perfect for your cruising itinerary.
Your lifestyle on board includes panoramic views in living areas, clear visibility and protection from the elements steering from either outside or inside helm position, heaps of light and air and all the comforts of home.
You’ll truly be inspired by Moody’s new vision in world cruising luxury yachts. The Moody 54 DS is a dream come true! To find out more or arrange your exclusive viewing call us on +61 2 9979 1709
For the Richardson family and the “Moody Buoys” crew, once again the focus was on doing one of the most difficult and challenging races with ease and in ultimate luxury!
“For me it was a nice way to finish the year with my team and one of our awesome owners on the boat everyone knows I’m passionate about and love! Great food and company in total luxury. No wonder our competition was jealous.” Peter Hrones, Windcraft Founder.
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The concept of Calypso Expeditions came about over a chat and coffee between two old friends. Rick Assender and Andy Fairclough talked of a desire to open up the world of luxury cruising in idyllic destinations for everyone. And decided that they could do this if they bought a yacht in Europe, sailed it back to Australia and sold passages along the way. Great idea…But first they needed the perfect yacht! Enter the Moody 54 DS and a test sail out on Pittwater.
“It was a beautiful day, the Moody sailed beautifully…and I instantly fell in love with this great boat.” says Rick
They took delivery in July 2015…read about their adventures
Check out the video of Moody 54 DS “TryBooking.com” competing in the Melbourne to Apollo Bay yacht race. The owners are preparing for the Melbourne to Osaka double handed yacht race in 2018 so it was an ideal training race. They had great conditions, perfect for the bigger boats and finished second in the double-handed results. Well done guys!
Congratulations to everyone at Calypso Exhibitions on completing the ARC Rally on board the Moody 54DS. This is no mean feat – 19 days at sea and 3000 miles! Read more here
Doing the Hobart in style.
Team Windcraft’s Peter Hrones, Allan Bridge, Nick Jones and Ric Hawkins joined Trevor and Dianne Richardson and their sons Stuart and Steven on board Moody 54 Deck Saloon Moody Buoys for the 2014 Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
The Hobart is one of yacht racing’s most difficult challenges and generally known for being tough as crews bash through Bass Strait and enjoy few creature comforts.
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