The Boat

2000 Moody 46

This is likely one of the most modern, outfitted, and clean examples of the Moody 46 Boats you will find anywhere. The boat has been extensively upgraded with over a 1000 watts of solar, new inverter/charger, electric freshwater flush toilets and nearly every electronic navigational aid having been replaced. The boat has forward scan sonar, 4G Radar, and a host of other upgrades to make this the perfect blue water cruiser.


  • Builder: Marine Projects (Plymouth)
  • Designer: Bill Dixon
  • Keel: Bulb
  • Hull Shape: Monohull


  • LOA: 46 ft 2 in
  • Beam: 14 ft 5 in
  • LWL: 39 ft 4 in
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
  • Ballast: 10340 lbs
  • Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 0 in
  • Dry Weight: 29762 lbs


  • Total Power: 75 HP
  • Engine 1:
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH2-HTE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 3428
  • Propeller: 4 Blade Folding Max Prop by PYI (2019)
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive
  • Engine Power: 75 HP


  • Fresh Water Tanks: (204 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: (114 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2

Vessel Walkthrough

The interior is spacious and bright with attractive cherry joinery. The three cabin, two head layout offers accommodations for six people and has a lovely main salon with plenty of room to entertain.  


Beginning in the forward guest cabin, there is a comfortable, center-line, double island berth with Ultimate foam mattresses, four large upper cabinets, two felt-lined vanity cabinets on either side of the berth, two large drawers below the berth and a hanging locker. There is an opening-deck hatch and a door leading aft to the head.

The forward head is located aft of the forward guest cabin on the starboard side of the boat and is accessible from both the forward guest cabin and main salon.  It has an electric Dometic Masterflush (freshwater) toilet, wood vanity cabinet, mirror, sink, stainless fixtures, dark green counter, deck hatch and a shower with a dedicated seat and curtain.     

Across from the forward head on the port side there is a third cabin with two twin bunks, Ultimate foam mattresses, a deck hatch and a large closet.  The closet has shelves that can be removed to create a hanging locker.  

The comfortable raised main salon has abundant natural light with two opening hatches and a total of eight hull port lights and salon windows at eye level.  There is a folding leaf dining table and a c-shaped cloth settee on the port side with new coverings and foam.  To starboard, there are two armchairs that are separated by a cocktail table and liquor cabinet.  The armchairs have removable stools that can be used for additional seating around the dining table.  There is generous storage in the main salon with upper cabinets on both sides of the boat and below the settee and within the bases of the armchairs.

The functional u-shaped galley offers a safe and secure work area that is convenient to the companionway and open to the main salon.  It has a large counter top and plenty of storage.  There is a double stainless steel sink, a front-loading Isotherm stainless steel refrigerator (11/2018), and top-loading Isotherm freezer (11/2018), 

NEW Force 10 gimbaled propane stove with oven, a Xantex propane sniffer with sensor in galley, recessed microwave, integrated exhaust fan, built-in trash bin, large solid surface counter top and abundant storage.  There is also an Acuva water filtration (UV, and charcoal filter) tap for drinking water.

The navigation station is located on the port side of the boat and has a forward facing chart table, book shelf, cabinet and full height vented wet locker.  The navigation station houses the electric panel, B&G chart plotter display, B&G autopilot controls, B&G instruments, and ICOM VHF radio (NEW 2019).

Both the galley and the nav station are open to the raised main salon, which adds to the overall feeling of openness.  When sitting at the chart table or working in the galley one has unobstructed views of the main salon.  

There is hallway/passage cabin located aft of the nav station that leads to the master stateroom. The hallway/passage cabin has a dedicated child berth above a large built-in sideboard/locker unit that is perfect for storing tools and spare parts.  On the inboard side of the passage cabin there are two large engine room access doors.

The roomy master stateroom has a queen center-line island berth with seating on either side. There is a mirror and vanity located near the foot of the berth along with storage cabinets and lockers to port and starboard of the berth.  The en-suite head has attractive dark green counters, stainless fixtures, a sink, electric fresh water flush toilet and dedicated shower stall.  

There is plenty of headroom throughout the boat!


  • (2) B&G Zeus3 12 Chart plotters  (CMAP, Navionics) (2019)
  • B&G 4G Radar (2019)
  • (2) B&G Triton2 Muti-purpose sailing instrument (wind, depth, speed included) (2019)
  • (2) B&G Triton2 Autopilot Displays(2019)
  • (2) B&G Autopilot controller  (2019)
  • B&G (NAC-2) Autopilot Computer, Precision-9 Compass, RF-25 Rudder feedback unit (2019)
  • B&G Forward Scan Transducer (2019)
  • B&G 5000 Barometric Sensor (2019)
  • B&G NAIS 500 NSPL 500 (AIS and VHF Splitter, GPS Antenna) (2019)
  • ICOM 506 VHF (2019)
  • ICOM Commander Microphone (2019)
  • ICOM M802 SSB Radio with AT140 tuner and antenna (2016)
  • B&G Type 2 hydraulic pump for autopilot (2016)
  • Fusion Apollo II (2019)
  • CMAP and Navionics chart
  • 36″ LCD Television

Electrical Systems

  • Victron 3KW Mutliplus Inverter/Charger (7/2019)
  • Victron BMV712 (7/2019)
  • Victron Color Control GX with dongle (7/2019)
  • Sterling Battery to Battery charger (start on genset and engine) (7/2019)
  • Three 350 watt LG solar panels (2018)
  • Victron MPPT 250/100 (2018)
  • Batteries (6 Relion 100ah Lithium Ion 9/2019, 1 generator/engine AGM 7/2019)
  • 170 Amp Balmar high output 6 series alternator (2021)
  • Balmar 614 ARS-5 advanced regulator (7/2019)
  • LED interior lights (2019)
  • LED blue interior courtesy lights (2019)
  • 110 volt AC system and 12 volt DC system
  • 50 Amp EEL Dockside electrical cables (2019)

Engine and Mechanical Equipment

The Yanmar 75 HP (4JH2-HTE) engine has been consistently maintained. There is access to both the engine and Fisher Panda 7.5 KW generator (2010) via two large doors located in the hallway/passage cabin, one large door in the aft head and a panel located in the master stateroom.

  • 90% of the thru-hull valves were replaced (2011)
  • Generator – Fisher Panda 7.5 KW with 652 hours (2010)
  • Fresh water engine cooling system
  • Vetus bow thruster
  • Engine blower (2018)
  • Dual Racor water separator/fuel filters (2019)
  • Racor fuel polishing system (2021)
  • 2 automatic and 1 manual bilge pumps
  • Engine serviced and oil changed in mid 2021
  • Generator major service 2019

Sails and Rigging

Easy to sail, with a cruising-friendly cutter rig that allows for convenient sail plan management. All inspected October 2020.


  • Selden aluminum spars
  • Replaced all standing rigging (2020)
  • Refurbished Boom Vang (2020)
  • Replaced all running rigging (2019)
  • 2 Lewmar 2-speed electric primary winches
  • Selden Electric in-mast furling (2020)
  • 404E Selden Electric Furlex roller furler (2020)
  • 304E Selden Electric Furlex roller furler (2020)
  • 2 Selden E40E electric winches cabin top (2020)
  • Replaced all rigging blocks with Garhauer series 50 (2020)

Sail Inventory:

  • North Sails Furling Mainsail 3Di OCEAN 370 16,800 Dpi (2020)
  • North Sails Genoa 3Di OCEAN 370 16,800 Dpi (2020)
  • North Sails Stay Sail 3Di OCEAN 370 12,600 Dpi (2020)
  • North Sails Zero Gennaker Code-Tec 135 (3.19 oz) (2020)

General Equipment

  • Heat/Air Conditioning – Three (3) units supply 29,000 BTU. 
  • Zodiac 6 Person Offshore Life Raft (2018)
  • (2) Dometic Fresh water Masterflush Electric Macerator Toilets (2018)
  • Replaced Waste lines  (2018)
  • T Pump Waste Discharge (2019)
  • Freshwater Pump (2019)
  • 5lb Propane Cylinders (3) (2019)
  • Aluminum Holding tank (2016)
  • Whale F700 6 gallon water heater with heat exchanger (2016)
  • Hard windshield (lexan) and side windows (2020)
  • Arid Dry Bilge System (2019)
  • Rocna 33 anchor 33 kg/77 lbs (2016)
  • Ultramarine Anchor and Swivel (2019)
  • 300 feet 10mm chain (2019)
  • #45 anchor Fortress anchor 46?-51? with bag (2009)


  • Heather/Beige Sunbrella bimini, dodger side curtains (2019)
  • Heather/Beige Sunbrella cockpit cushions with backrests (2019)
  • Torino / Taupe Fedona leather interior cushions recovered (2019)
  • Heather/Beige Sunbrella wheel-pedestal cover (2019)
  • Heather/Beige Sunbrella stern seat back cushions (2019)
  • Ultimate Marine Custom Mattress in stern cabin (2018)
  • Ultimate Marine Custom Mattress in pipe berths cabin (2018)
  • Ultimate Marine Custom Mattress in forward cabin (2018)
  • Ultimate Marine Custom Mattress in child bunk (2019)
  • Dometic Heat/AC 12KBTU main salon (2019)
  • Dometic Heat/AC 9KBTU Forward Cabin (2019)
  • New curtains throughout the boat (12/2016)
  • Fans in forward cabin (2), saloon (3), Galley (1), and stern cabin (1) (2020)
  • Force 10 3 burner stove and oven (2019)
  • Refrigeration compressor system (2018)
  • Freezer compressor system (2018)


  • Teak cockpit table (New 2019)
  • Atlantic Sail Arch with dinghy davits (2018)
  • OC Tender 330 Dinghy (2019)
  • 15HP Suzuki Outboard (2019)
  • Windlass with a remote control in the chain locker and a switch at the helm
  • Drop-down swim platform
  • Hot and cold transom shower
  • Raw water deck wash down system on the foredeck
  • Stainless Steel Anchor davit
  • Stainless Steel Bow pulpit
  • Hella NaviLed Pro Navigation lights (Bow, Stern, Steaming, TriColor/Anchor (2020)
  • Zarcor Doors with screens and privacy glass (2018)
  • Lewmar Ocean Series Deck Hatches (1) 70, (1) 60, (4) 30 (2020)
  • Lewmar Portholes (2020)
  • Outland Hatch Covers (2018)
  • Stern rail with seats
  • 8 Blue 30? Dock Lines (2019)
  • 8 Fenders, cloth covers and lines (Polyform HTM-3) (2019)
  • Stripped and varnished the teak cap rail and transom seats (11/15)
  • New bottom paint and zincs (2020)
  • Cutlass bearings replaced (8/12)
  • 90% of the thru-hull valves were replaced (2/11)
  • The cabin top repainted in (11/09)


In October 2012, Eoti sustained cosmetic damage when she was on-the-hard and lifted off her stands by a storm surge during Sandy. She floated across the marina parking lot, along with a number of other boats, and came to rest leaning upright against inactive power lines. She was placed back on jack stands and her hull, deck, bottom, keel, rudder and rigging were all thoroughly inspected. The following repairs were performed:

  • Replaced the bow rail, stanchions and all life-lines
  • Replaced the bow, stern, steaming and tri-color lights with LEDs
  • Replaced one damaged port and another undamaged port
  • Removed the bottom paint, repaired scratches, and gouges on the bottom, and primed and painted the bottom
  • Repaired scratches and gouges in the hull
  • Painted the hull (painted again in 2019), including the gold accent and red boot stripe
  • Since 2012 Eoti has been surveyed twice with no issues found, and has been inspected every time removed from the water.

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