Vessel Name


Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price


Short Description


Moody Halberdier 36. 1984

Centre cockpit cruising ketch, built by Seabourne Marine.  

Benefits from extensive re-fit 2015-16 and a good inventory.  A comfortable motor sailer with good sailing performance, roomy accommodation and a semi-enclosed wheelhouse.




Sleeps six in two heated cabins:
Forward cabin with V berths 
Heads compartment located to port with sea toilet, shower and handbasin. Hanging locker opposite. 
Saloon with u shaped dinette 
Linear galley opposite with three burner gas hob with oven and grill, microwave, stainless steel sink and various storage options. The powerful refrigerator is in the cockpit, compressor replaced 2015
Chart table. 
Separate aft cabin with two berths one of which can be a large double, heads compartment with sea toilet and hand basin. 
Eberspacher diesel fired warm air heating 2015

Upholstery replaced 2016

Construction & Build

GRP hull, deck and superstructure • Wheel shelter in GRP and teak with portholes in Perspex and glass • Long keel • Wheel steering hydraulic + emergency tiller • Preventative epoxy treatment

Sails and spars

Ketch cutter rig with bowsprit • Aluminium spars in mast reefing • stainless steel running rigging, new 2010 • spinnaker pole • SAILS: Main sail, new 2017 plus old sail • Mizzen sail • Genoa • Cruising chute • Mizzen staysail • WINCHES: 2 x Barlow twin speed self-tailing Genoa winches • 3 x Barlow halyard winches on main mast • 1 x Barlow halyard winch on mizzen • 1 x Barlow self-tailing mizzen sheet winch

Gear and safety

GROUND TACKLE: CQR 35lb anchor with over 90m chain • Kedge anchor with 11m chain and line • Lawrence electric windlass • GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Gas detector • Davits • Boarding ladder • Passarelle • Guard wire • Pushpit and pulpit • Sprayhood • Bimini • Warps • Fenders • Boathooks • Cutlery crockery and utensils • Gimbled Oil lamp • Clock and barometer • Double pilot seat • SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Liferaft (needs service) • Danbuoy • Lifebuoys x 2 •


PERKINS 4-236 72HP DIESEL ENGINE • Four cylinders • Last serviced 2017 • Cruising speed 6.5 knots • Max speed 8.5 knots • Hurth gear box • Single lever controls • Shaft drive • Rope cutter • Bow thruster new 2016 • ELECTRICS 2 x 12v 2 Trojan 105 • Engine alternator 120 amp + Stirling Controller 2016 • 240v battery charger new Stirling 2016 • Solar panels x 2, approximately 160 amps • Wind generator Rutland 913 HRDI controller • 240v Shore power system with shore power cable Stirling 2016 • TANKAGE 2 x stainless steel 90 gallon fuel tanks • 1 x GRP 100 gallon water tank • WATER SYSTEM • Pressurised hot and cold water system • Calorifier heated


Ritchie Compass • NASA Wind Depth and Log 2010 • Standard Horizon DSC VHF • Cetrek autopilot x 2 • PLB • Garmin plotter and radar • Echopilot forward depth sounder • AIS Transponder 2016


L.O.A. 10.36m (36'0") • L.W.L. 8.53m (28'0") • BEAM 3.38m (10'7") • DRAFT 1.52m (5'0") • DISPLACEMENT 20,393 lbs • BALLAST 7,710 lbs

General Comments


  • Fuel tanks drained and cleaned 2017.  
  • Demoiselle had a major lay up 2015-16.  (Invoices available for inspection.)
  • New engine mounts
  • Engine out
  • Gear box refurbished
  • Engine re painted
  • 120 amp alternator and controller
  • All domestic pumps renewed
  • New stuffing box
  • All new wiring in engine space
  • Genoa reefing gear renewed 2010
  • Both heads serviced new washers etc
  • Manual bilge pump and engine bilge pump
  • Various spares

Further Images


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 / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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