Maximizing space, comfort and performance, the Moorings 4200 was designed and built with The Moorings, architects Simonis-Voogd Design and builder Robertson & Caine. The standard layout features four spacious air-conditioned double cabins with en-suite showers and heads. The forward cabin design is particularly innovative, enabling you to access the double berth from either side, and with a single berth located in each forepeak. A modern galley up design enables guests to be served directly in saloon or cockpit. The deck layout is clear, with the genoa tracks placed on the cabin top, while the mainsheet traveler is positioned overhead on the trademark "targa" wing arch at the aft end of the cockpit. Unique to the Moorings 4200 is the innovative stepped hull design, increasing volume while minimizing wetted surface and waterline beam while giving exceptional load carrying capacity and ensuring maximal performance.
Although this is an ex-charter boat, other than the high engine hours you would have a difficult time telling the difference between this boat and a boat in private use. Several people have stated that this boat is in better condition than any other ex-charter boat they have seen!
Builder: Robertson & Caine
LOA: 41' 5"
Beam: 22' 9"
Displacement: 19,030 lbs.
Draft: 4' 3"
Engines HP: (2) x 40
Engine Model: 3-JH3E
Hours: 6200 approx
Fuel: 95 gals
Water: 206 gals
Holding: 2 tanks
Boarding via the wide transom steps you will notice the large comfortable cockpit with its own dining table and lots of seating. The double helm seat is a comfortable place to sit as well. Walking through the large doorway into the salon the convertible dinette is to starboard and the U-shaped galley to port. The mirror image hulls feature double cabins fore and aft each with their own private head and shower. The forward cabins have good sized island berths as well as single berths in the bows. The aft cabins have athwartships doubles.
Solid surface counter tops
Double stainless steel sinks
Two burner Force Ten stove with oven
Top loading fridge/freezer
Lots of good storage throughout
Raymarine tridata knot and depth
Raymarine ST60+ wind instrument
Standard Horizon Vhf
Raymarine ST7002 autopilot
Raymarine RC435 chartplotter
Three 4-D AGM batteries for house bank
Separate starting batteries for each engine
Blue Sky energy monitor
(2)x 30 amp shore power circuits
(2) x 14,000 Btu Air conditioners
Tru-Charge 40 amp smart battery charger
The large cockpit with lots of seating options and a table is a great place for staying out of the sun under the large bimini but, if you prefer to enjoy the sun then the trampolines forward make for another great lounging area.
Bulkhead mounted wheel steering
Large bimini top and windshield (2009)
Wide side decks
Double helm seat
Forward window louvers provide shade and act as steps
Plow anchor on all chain
Lofrans electric windlass (2007)
Large foredeck lockers
Large aft deck
Custom dinghy davit
Dripless shaft seals
33 lb. Bruce anchor on chain and rode
Sails & Rigging
Full batten mainsail w/lazy bag
Double ended mainsheet
Solid boom vang
Arch mounted traveler
Roller furling genoa
Genoa tracks on cabin top
1227 sf total sail area
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.