Moody Halberdier 36 Ketch Motorsailer designed by Alan Hill. Very solid roomy and stable Blue water cruiser, rare and much admired, although a 1979 hull not completed and launched until 1998. Inventory includes Boat safety Cert 2002, Telescopic Yacht legs, Cruising chute with snuffer, Radar, Autopilot, Hull epoxied, all sails in excellent condition. For those seeking a Motorsailer, viewing is highly recommended.
Moody Halbardier Ketch Motorsailer, Hull No 53, blue water cruiser designed by Alan Hill, hull moulded by Marine Construction (Woolston) Ltd.
Keel hung Rudder, Whitlock mechanical rod steering with remote auto steering.
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure, centre cockpit, aft cabin, teak grab rails, stainless steel pushpit and pulpit.
Bukh DV48ME turbo 48hp 3 cylinder diesel engine (1477cc) 1981 but commissioned in October 1998.
Split drive shaft with thrust assembly.
Three bladed Bronze propeller on shaft.
Engine hours approx 1443.
Cruise speed 6/7 knots.
Max speed 8 knots.
Fuel consumption approx 5.5 litres/hour.
Range approx 600/700 nautical miles.
12 volt system 2 x 12 volt batteries charged by engine alternator.
Medium and large amp hour rating.
Onboard Battery charger - Sterling Pro Charge D with remote control.
240 volt ac shore power.
Solar panel – fitted to Dog house roof.
Fuel: 2 x 454L – integral GRP tanks 1 to port and 1 to starboard.
Water: 2 x 409L – removable GRP tanks - saloon centre floor
Ketch masthead rig, Black anodised single spreader mast and boom, Mast steps, stainless steel standing rigging (1998), Terylene running rigging.
Slab mainsail and mizzen reefing, South Coast roller headsail reefing.
Spinnaker gear pole.
Lazy Jack for main sail.
Cockpit – 2x Gibb 40’s 1x Gibb 28 (all self-tailing) + 3x jammers
Main mast - 1x Gibb 16 Boom – 1x Gibb 7
Mizzen mast – 1x Lewmar 8
Mainsail - Crusader Sails, tan, in excellent condition.
Mizzen - Crusader Sails, tan, in excellent condition.
Genoa - Crusader Sails, tan, furling, new and unused July 2014.
Tri - Crusader Sails, as new.
Cruising chute - Crusader Sails, with snuffer sock, as new.
Varnished teak joinery, cream headlining, Blue carpeting, Blue and gold upholstery.
Sleeps 7 in 3 cabins with full headroom throughout.
Saloon 1x double berth (table) + 1 quarter berth.
Forward heads with Toilet and wash basin.
Fore cabin 2x single berths + stowage
Aft through fully enclosed Doghouse
Aft cabin 2x single berths with en-suite Toilet shower and washbasin.
Saloon seating around table for 6-8persons, Chart table opposite.
Galley to starboard with Plastimo 2 burner gas cooker with oven and Grill, Fridge/freezer (12V/ 240V), Hot and cold pressurized water supply (engine/240V).
Electric fan heating (12V/240V).
Compass – Plastimo Olympic 135 – 94 06 07 85 SN
VHF radio – Silva S10 Fixed VHF Class D (DSC)
Depth sounder – Navico Corus
Log/speed – Navico Active Speed - depth and sea temperature
GPS system – Garmin 128
Chart plotter – Yeoman
Radar – Raytheon R10/11XX Raster Scan Radar
Autopilot – Navico Wheel Pilot WP5000 with Hand Programmer H5000
Navtex – Target Pro Nasa Marine
Wind – Navico Corus Analogue Wind Display C500W 4C 500CH (each display can be programmed to change info display)
Anchor – CQR 45lbs + Bruce 20kg
Chain – 50 metres 3/8 marked every 10 metres
Windlass – Simpson & Lawrence S/L555
Lifebuoys x 2
EPIRB – Sea Marshall 121.5 MHz
Fire extinguishers x 3 plus engine compartment
Gas detector – Wessex hand held
Fog horn – electric fixed on coach roof
Bilge pump manual – Pathay 120
Bilge pump electric – aft cabin
Boat alarm – Response motion remote PIR in main saloon
Television – Dmtech colour
Radio – Pioneer with four speakers
Clock – Plastimo quartz alarm
Barometer – Simpson & Lawrence
Davits - removable S/L
Yacht Legs – Telescopic
Solar panel – Doghouse roof
Boarding ladder – two piece ally ladder for legs
Fenders x 4 new
Warps – various
Boat hook x 2
Engine spares – oil, fuel, anode, top engine cover, water impeller, alternator belt, start handle, main bilge pump spares, spare 17x11 R/H propeller, extensive manuals for equipment, diesel deck filler.
I have owned “ISHCIA” since 1984 although she was not completed and commissioned at this stage. Prior to commissioning she was epoxy coated with three full coats to the underwater line and one full coat throughout the inside of the bilge. She was finally completed and launched in 1998, where I then cruised her extensively in the Bristol Channel and over to Ireland, the English Channel, France, the Isles of Scilly, the Solent and the South coast.
Throughout our cruising we have found “Ishcia” to be a very comfortable, reliable and safe cruising boat, often much admired when in port. She was awarded the Best in Festival of the Sea in Bristol. Interestingly the Halberdier’s were the first all Glass fibre yachts Built by Moodys from 1967, and the name “ISHCIA” is Greek for peace and tranquillity and good sailing.
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carry out a survey of the vessel which should include an engine assessment where appropriate. Baltic Yacht Brokerage are acting as a Broker for the Vendor of this vessel, who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of any business.