The Moody 44 was introduced in August 1991, and ceased production September 1996. The production run was of 114 boats, built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Limited. The designer was Bill Dixon. Enterprise was one of the last Moody 44’s built.
Enterprise has always been kept fully serviced and in top class condition.
The key features that distinguish Enterprise from a standard Moody 44 are:
|Large custom fridge/freezer||Sails less than 1 year old|
|Separate workshop / linen store||Generator – Paguro 4kva|
|Master cabin pocket sprung mattress||Solar panels – Mono crystalline 185 W x 2|
|Electric heads||Latest Hybrid Raymarine navigation equipment/ digital radar|
|Leather seats||Upgraded anchoring inc. 33Kg Rocna|
|Inverter / charger||Bow Thruster/ Windlass upgrade|
|Water maker||LED lights (where necessary)|
|Large battery bank 550Ah AGM (less than 2 yrs old)||Standing rigging
(less than 5 years old)
In its current ownership the refit project for Enterprise began with a comprehensive survey carried out by John Cherry himself (ex Moody).
The pages here describe the comprehensive upgrades, enhancements and maintenance that has been carried out on Enterprise.
If the boat is sold at the full asking price of £112,500 (VAT PAID) then all the items in this specification are included. The new owner would get a fantastic bargain and save thousands of pounds. If the boat is not sold at the asking price then the items marked with * and listed on the pages below will not be included in the sale, but are available for sale separately.