The construction of the Englishman Bill Dixon is characterized by short soft chines at the stern for more stability and space, a voluminous deckhouse with a fixed floating bimini and a voluminous foredeck. The deck saloon and cockpit floor are on the same level, the seating area in the saloon and the steering wheels are higher. The bulwark is pulled up. A control stand can be built into the navigation system inside.
The owner's cabin with plenty of storage space and a spacious bathroom is in the front. Guests stay amidships, where a second bath is possible. The stern area remains free and has two huge lockers. Further storage space can be found under the pantry.
The test will appear soon in the YACHT. First photos here:
Photo gallery: Moody DS 41
Video tour at boot Düsseldorf:
Moody 41 DS celebrates its premiere