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For Sale
Model: Halmatic 30
Price: £15,950 (GBP)
Year: 1984
Hull: GRP

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For Sale
Model: Halmatic 30
Price: £15,950 (GBP)
Year: 1984
Hull: GRP
LOA: 29' 6" (9m)
LWL: 22' 9" (7m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Volvo MD7
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Lancashire

Price dramatically reduced, this solid, go anywhere yacht is ready to sail! Built by Halmatic in 1984 and designed by John Sharp. With her long keel design with keel hung rudder and tiller steering, this rugged sloop will be at home in all weathers. She comes ready to sail away. A steel yard storage cradle may be available by separate negotiation.


Accommodation:
A total of up to five berths in two cabins, two in the fore cabin, a single and a double in the main saloon.
This double converts from a settee berth if required. There is a separate heads compartment with a hanging locker opposite.
Berths are fitted with lea cloths.

Galley:
An Eastham Maxol two burner cooker with oven and grill, sink with hot and cold pressurised water and cool box.
Sails:
Main sail Lucas good, Furling genoa Diamond v good.


Instruments:
Garmin GPS sounder and repeater,Seafarer depth, JRC Radar, Yeoman chart plotter, Stowe repeater, Simrad tiller pilot, wind speed direction, Stereo cassette player.
Electrical System:
12 v
Equipment:
Eberspacher heater CQR anchor and chain,outboard bracket, electric windlass.Radar reflector,manual bilge pump,warps and fenders.




Seen from the starboard side - On her yard cradle, note the long keel design.

The view from starboard - Note the keel hung rudder and her long keel which makes her a strong and sea worthy vessel.

Port side view -

Stern view - Note the keel hung rudder and steel boarding ladder

She is lying ashore -

Below the waterline view - Looking aft on the port side

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Below the waterline - Looking forward along the starboard side

The propellor -

The keel hung rudder -

The fore hatch -

Fore deck view - Note the electric winch

The headsail furling system - Its a Rotostay

Another view of the fore deck -

Mast detail - Two halyard winches

Deck view - Looking forward along the starboard side deck

Deck view - looking forward along the port side deck

The Sprayhood - With matching main sail cover

The coachroof - Note the two ventillators

Cockpit view - Looking forward under the sprayhood

The aft cockpit locker - Has a manual bilge pump

The tiller - Note the outboard bracket

Another view of the cockpit -

The cockpit - Seen from the port side deck, with plenty of stowage available in the cockpit lockers,note the cockpit grating

The main sail cover -

The saloon - Seen from the main companionway

The saloon - Well laid out and comfortable,with the galley to port and the navigation station to starboard

The navigation station - With all the instruments to hand

The galley - Compact yet well laid out out

Saloon view - Showing the port side settee berth

Saloon view - This is the starboard side settee which can be either a single berth, or it will convert to a double if required

The starboard settee converted to a double -

Saloon view - This shows the starboard settee converted to a double berth

Saloon view - Looking aft at the galley

Saloon view - Another view of the settee berth and saloon table.

The separate heads compartment - Well laid out and well equipped

The heads -

The fore cabin - With berths

The fore cabin - This can also convert to a double if required.

Looking aft from the fore cabin -

The hanging locker -

The engine compartment -

The engine -

The chart table -

The instruments - All conveniently placed

For Sale
Model: Halmatic 30
Price: £15,950 (GBP)
Year: 1984
Hull: GRP
LOA: 29' 6" (9m)
LWL: 22' 9" (7m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Volvo MD7
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Lancashire

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