Moody only built six of these beautiful little ships. "Come True II" has enjoyed constant yet sympathetic updates since she was launched in 1972 keeping her original character. In the early 2000s she was given a six figure refit including at the time new electronics, teak decking, exterior varnishing, maple tongue and groove interior and new upholstery. Since then she has been loved and cruised in equal measure by her current owner who has continued to maintain and up grade her. This is an oportunity to purchase a true "gentleman's yacht" and a viewing is highly recomended.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Come True II
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
ELECTRICS 24v electrical system Five batteries Charged by engine alternators and 240v charger Shorepower with cable
TANKAGE 909 litres (200gallons) water 1,454 litres (320 gallons) fuel
WATER SYSTEM Pressurised hot and cold water Water heated by calorifier
Sleeps six in two doubles and two single berths in two cabins and saloon Forward cabin and passageway: Arranged with berths to port and starboard, with shelves above and locker under, an infill is used to convert to one double berth. A wardrobe and cupboard is to starboard.
Forward heads: Manual marine WC and wash basin
Saloon and galley: Arranged with 'U' shaped settee, cupboards, shelf and table to port, with galley and cocktail cabinet to starboard. Settee converts by use of the seat back to an emergency double berth.
Galley is complete with stainless sink, microwave, Force 10 Marine four-burner stove with oven and grill, 12v/240v Coolmatic refrigerator and cool box.
Wheelhouse: Wheel and control panel is to port, opposite is a single aft-facing seat. To port aft is a double raised seat with stowage for warps and fenders under. Helmsman's seat. In the outboard panels are capacious lockers for general stowage.
Aft of the wheelhouse to starboard is the aft heads with Jabsco electric WC. To port is the bathroom complete with bath and wash basin.
Owner's cabin: Single berths to port and starboard, large wardrobe to starboard. Dressing table aft with drawers under
Interior in blue/cream and beige with teak woodwork and maple ceilings
Eberspacher blown warm air cabin heating
MOODY LANCER 42 Built in 1972 Designed by Graham A Moody, hull moulded by Tyler Boat Co Ltd and fitted out by A H Moody & Son, Southampton. One of only six built between 1968 and 1972 British registered: 357134
White GRP hull and white superstructure - re spayed in AWLGrip Teak deck Dual position wheel steering from aft sundeck and wheelhouse