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Originally Posted by kentheighton View Post
Any comments on the Moody 422 1989 vintage yacht would be helpfull. I'm considering the purchase of one for long distance cruising.

Kent
I've always liked the Bill Dixon designed Moodys. We considered a 47' in the same range as the 422 and 425 . Fabulous boat but way too big for the two of us I'm afraid.

Moody have always had a great reputation although in later years before the buy out, their quality control , particularly regarding interior fitout was a bit suspect given their price.

My favourite of that series was the 425 which was a bit later than the 422. Very similar boat except for the extra couple of feet. Suffer from the usual shortcomings of centre cockpit boats and could do with a bit more water capacity. Not sure about the 422s but most 425s have in mast furling which I personally don't like.
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