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  • Manufacturer: Moody
  • Location: Plymouth
  • Year: 1984
  • LOA: 36'1" (11.00m)
  • Berths: 6
  • Draft: 1.52
  • Keel: Long keel
  • ID no.: 1011234
  • Cabins: 2
  • Heating: Eberspacher D2
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 400 Litres
  • Engine Make: Perkins 4236
  • Horsepower: 72hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 800 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 6.5 Knots
  • Top Speed: 8.5 Knots

Broker Remarks

The Moody Halberdier was designed and built between 1969 and 1973; this particular yacht was one of the later boats that were built in 1984 by Seabourne Marine, using the same mouldings from Macron (Marine Construction Ltd Plymouth).
This particular Moody Halberdier is a very well equipped for a yacht of this era. The current owner had an extensive refit in 2015/16; the engine was removed and seated on new flexible engine mounts in 2015, as well as being overhauled where necessary. The gearbox was also rebuilt, and the engine was repainted. The electrics have also been rewired in the engine room, and new battery charger split alternator charger fitted and much more. Many upgrades have been made to the equipment of this yacht as well. Most notably the addition of the navigation equipment, with a Garmin radar and chartplotter. There has also been an Eberspacher D2 airtronic diesel fired cabin heating system fitted. All of the interior upholstery was professionally recovered in 2015.
The Moody Halberdier although classed as a motor sailor is, in fact, an excellent sailing yacht. With her traditional long keel, heavy displacement and generous sail plan, she is a very balanced sailing yacht. She also has the uprated 72hp diesel engine, which motors very well at a comfortable cruising speed of 6.5 knots and quick full power speed of 8.5 knots. Therefore if time restraints are something you have to consider when you are cruising, confidence can be placed on the engine to get you to your next destination on time quickly and capably, if conditions for sailing are against you.


The Moody Halbadier sleeps six in two cabins and the saloon
Double V berth in the forward cabin
Heads aft of the forward cabin
Saloon with C-shaped seating which converts to a double berth
Linear galley to starboard
Chart table aft of the saloon to starboard
Separate aft cabin with en-suite heads
Interior upholstery has been recovered in 2016
Eberspacher D2 Airtronic diesel fired cabin heating (new 2015)

Forward Cabin:
V berth
Under berth storage
Cupboard & shelf storage
Opening deck hatch

Positioned aft of the forward cabin to port
Seawater toilet
Hand basin
Hot & cold pressurised water
Opening portlight
Cupboard storage

Hanging locker opposite the heads

C-shaped seating to port
Seating converts to form a double berth
Saloon table
Under & behind seating storage
Cupboard storage above the seating
Opening deck hatches x two

Linear galley positioned to starboard
Dometic three burner gas hob, grill & oven
Stainless steel hand basin
Hot & cold pressurised water
Manual cold water
Above & below cupboard storage

Chart Table:
Outboard facing chart table to starboard
Chart storage
Cupboard storage

Aft Cabin:
Separate aft cabin,
Located aft of the wheelhouse with separate entrance
Port & starboard single berths
Infill to create a large double berth
Cupboard storage
Hanging locker
Under berth storage

Seawater toilet
Hand basin
Cupboard storage
Opening portlight

Mechanical and Rigging

Built by Seabourne Marine in 1984
Designed by Alan Hill
GRP hull, deck & superstructure
Wheelhouse made from GRP 
Traditional long Keel
Hydraulic wheel steering with an emergency tiller
The hull has been epoxied as a preventative measure
Demoiselle had a major lay-up 2015-16 (Invoices available for inspection)

Perkins 4-236, four cylinders, 72hp diesel engine (serviced 2017, few running hours since the service) 
Single lever throttle controls
New engine mounts 2015
Hurth gear box
Shaft drive
Rope cutter
Vetus bow thruster new 2016

2 x 12V 2 Trojan 105ah batteries (new 2015)

12V, 115ah engine start battery 
12V, 135 ah bow thruster battery
Engine alternator 120 amp (new 2016)
Stirling Power Pro split R, 12v 180a, split alternator charge controller (new 2016)
Sterling Power 12v 30a, 240v mains battery charger (new 2016)
Solar panels x 2, approximately 160 amps
Rutland 913 wind generator with Marlec HRDI controller
240v shore power system with sterling shore power cable (new 2016)

Fuel capacity 2 x 400 litres tanks (emptied and cleaned in 2017)
Freshwater capacity 400 litres

Water System:
Hot & cold water
Pressurised water system
Manual cold water
Hot water from calorifier
HOt water from Rinnai gas boiler

Ketch cutter rig with bowsprit
Aluminium spars 
Deck stepped masts (both have single sets of spreaders)
In mast reefing
Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2010)
Rod kicker
Aluminium spinnaker pole
Selden Furlex 200s Yankee furling gear (new 2010)
Facnor staysail roller furling gear 
Barlow #19 main mast winch
Barlow #16 main mast winch
Barlow #16 halyard winch on the mizzen mast

Mainsail by Jeckells Sails (new 2017)
Older mainsail also available
Mizzen by Jekells Sails (new 2017)
Yankee by Jeckells Sails (new 2017)
Staysail by Jeckells Sails (new 2017)
Cruising chute
Mizzen staysail 


Navigation Aids:
Garmin plotter & radar
Clipper AIS radar
AIS Transponder (new 2016)
Garmin 3005C GPS
NASA Clipper wind speed & direction (new 2010)
NASA Clipper Duet depth & log (new 2010) 
Echopilot forward depth sounder
Cetrek 721 autopilot
Standard Horizon DSC VHF 
Ritchie steering compass

Ground Tackle:
Lawrence electric windlass
35LB CQR anchor
oVER 90m chain
Spare Kedge anchor
11m chain & warp
Stainless steel anchor chain swivel
Stainless steel bow roller

Deck Gear:
Two x Barlow #25, self-tailing sheet winches
Two x Barlow #19, self-tailing sheet winches
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit & stanchions
Port & starboard stainless steel boarding gates
Aluminium mooring cleats & fairleads
Three x opening deck hatches
Stainless steel davits
Stainless steel boarding ladder

Safety Equipment:
All Safety equipment listed is included in the sale but the vendor offers no warranties on service dates etc of said items.
The purchaser must service the safety equipment & ensure that it is appropriate for his purposes.
Liferaft (needs a service)
Horseshoe lifebuoys x two
Radar reflector
Gas detector
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Navigation lights
Deck lights

Canvas sprayhood
Canvas bimini
Cockpit cushions
Various warps & fenders
Boat hook
Gimbled oil lamp 
Ships clock & barometer
Double pilot seat 
Radio/CD player with speakers

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Disclaimer : offers the details of this vessel for sale but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of the information contained in the specification or warrant the condition of the vessel or equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered for sale subject to no prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.