Moody Halberdier 36. An exceptionally well maintained example of this sought after motorsailer ketch. GRP moulded to Lloyds standards by Moody. Well equipped and ready to use for comfortable, stylish cruising in all weathers. Standing and running rigging renewed in 2019. New engine installed in 2015.Very recent survey available. Offered through local brokerage and chandlery - buyer benefits from chandlery discount.
An exceptionally well maintained example of this sought after motorsailer ketch. Well equipped and ready to use for comfortable , stylish cruising in all weathers.
36 ft motor sailer ketch.
Hull, deck and superstructure moulded in GRP to Lloyds standards by Marine Construction (Woolston) Ltd.
Hull stiffened with foam cored longitudinal stringers and bulkheads.
Finished in blue antifouling below the water line.
Topsides painted white with gold cavita lines.
Deck and superstructure finished in grey gelcoat.
Deck and superstructure of sandwich construction.
Long keel in iron.
Self draining centre cockpit with partial rigid canopy in GRP
Interior fitted out with varnished timber joinery and panelling - mainly mahogany and teak.
The spacious centre cockpit has a folding raised helmsman`s seat to port at the helm station and hinged varnished timber doors to the two companion ways - to starboard forward and central astern. Access to the engine room beneath is by a large hatch in the cockpit sole with hinged double covers.
The forward salon is accessed via varnished timber steps from the companion way. To port is a dining area with seating for at least six and a table that converts to a double berth.
To starboard is a chart table and navigation area to starboard, astern of a linear galley equipped with stainless steel sink, two burner gas cooker with oven and grill plus plenty of storage lockers and cupboards. There is a refrigerator beneath the chart table.
A doorway in the forward bulkhead leads to a forepeak cabin, with a twin "V" berth, via a short passageway with a vanished timber compartmented flag locker to starboard and access to a heads compartment to port, with Blakes sea toilet, shower and hand basin.
The aft companion way leads, via varnished timber steps, to an aft cabin with twin berths and a substantial table/storage locker between. A heads compartment, located to starboard at the foot of the steps, has a Blakes sea toilet and hand basin.
Aluminium main and mizzen mast and booms. All stripped and re-painted (cream colour) winter 2019/2020.
New stainless steel wire standing rigging and - 2019 - including bottle screws
New running rigging - 2019
Hood furling gear for genoa.
2 Lewmar 40 self-tailing primary genoa sheet winches.
1 Lewmar 16 self-tailing halyard winch.
Perkins 4108 40hp inboard diesel engine (2015), fresh water cooled with shaft drive to bronze three bladed propeller.
Max Power bow thruster
Instruments at hem station include:
Garmin GPS Map plotter
Silva S15 DSC VHF
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
Raymarine depth sounder
Raymarine wind instrument
Raymarine VMG instument
12V negative earth electrical installation
4 switched batteries (2017) in dedicated battery boxes.
Charging by engine alternator and shore power charger.
80 gallons water capacity in two stainless steel tanks with accumulator tank and 12v electric pump to pressurize system.
100 gallons fuel capacity in two steel tanks.
35 lb CQR anchor stowed on stainless steel stem head fitting with bow roller
50 metres anchor chain.
Simpson Lawrence electric windlass
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guard rails with opening access gates.
Electric bilge pump - 2020
Henderson manual bilge pump
2 manual fire extinguishers
2 horseshoe lifebuoys
Radio / CD player
Fenders and mooring warps
"Kent" type rotating clear view screen.
Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.