Moody's origins date back to the 19th century when in 1827, the boat builder John Moody founded a shipyard company on the banks of river Hamble near Southampton, UK. Launched in 1988, the Moody 425 shares a hull with the 422 from two years previous. It proved very popular. By the time the 425 was discontinued in 1991, 116 boats had been sold, adding to the 72 Moody 422s built between 1986 and 1988
Designed for all seasons, the centre cockpit keeps you well clear of the water in inclement conditions whilst the large flat areas of coachroof provide lounging and sun bathing space. The simple, ... read more
Lady Jane has been the perfect boat for us. She has seen us safely and reliably across two oceans: from the UK to the South Pacific and has never missed a beat. She has provided a haven for us in parts of the world where accommodation is either unavailable or ridiculously expensive. And her accommodation is exceptionally comfortable with her queen-sized island bed, lots of saloon seating and plenty of sunbathing space.
But, with a family expanding faster than a bamboo forest thanks to the combined efforts of our two daughters and partners, we are in the process of buying a bigger boat to ac... read more
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