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1999 Hardy Commodore 36

Brundall, Norfolk

£129,500

The Hardy Commodore 36 has been a favourite for many due a great layout, large central saloon with excellent visibility, forward and aft cabins with separate heads for each.

Very capable, with good lines, safe walk around side decks and only a few steps up to the aft deck and then flybridge.

She has the reassurance of the renowned Hardy hull design featuring a long, deep keel to help protect the propellers & rudders.

This particular example, AMALTHEA, is fitted with Twin M225Ti Perkins Sabre Diesel Engines.
AMALTHEA is a Part 1 British Registered Yacht.

Basic Boat Info

Price: £129,500
Tax Status: Paid
Boat Name: AMALTHEA
Make: Hardy
Model: Commodore 36
Year: 1999
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Builder: Hardy Boats
Designer: Andrew Wolstenholme
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft / 10.97 m
Length Overall: 35'6 ft / 10.82 m
Beam: 12'5 ft / 3.78 m
Max Draft: 3'11 ft / 1.19 m
Min Draft: 3'9 ft / 1.14 m
Displacement: 8,000 kg
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Perkins Sabre
  • Model: M225Ti
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 225hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 1314
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Perkins Sabre
  • Model: M225Ti
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 225hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 1314
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 450hp
Cruising Speed: 12.00 kn
Maximum Speed: 17.00 kn
Displacement Type: Dry Load

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,180 L
Fuel Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 320 L
Water Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 265 L

Other

Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Motor Yachts, Aft Cabin, Flybridge

Contact

Stephen Whatley
Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd

Office

Hamble Point Office
Hamble Point Marina School Lane, Hamble
Southampton, GB, SO31 4JD
Tel:+44 (0)23 8045 4000


Build

HARDY 36 built in 1999 launched in 2000 by Hardy Marine, Norfolk.

Construction

White GRP hull and superstructure with blue bulwarks, Copper Coated to waterline.

Flybridge.

Aft coach roof.

Hydraulic steering with dual station controls and stainless steel rudders.

Heavy foam filled stringers, bonded waterproof plywood beds and foundations.

Hand bonded resin coated waterproof plywood bulkheads.

Reinforced engine beds with integral plate steel mountings.

L.O.A. 10.90m (35' 6").

BEAM 3.78m (12' 4").

DRAFT 1.14m (3' 9").

HEIGHT ABOVE WATER (Mast Down)3.44m (11' 3").

HEIGHT KEEL TO ROOF 4.48m (14' 8").

Displacement Dry Weight approximately (8 tonnes).

Category B.

Semi- displacement.

 

Accommodation

SLEEPS 6 IN 3 CABINS

Interior finished in high gloss cherry wood with blue Alcantara upholstery. There is Webasto diesel cabin heating throughout with cabins and saloon separately temperature controlled, windscreen demister. Two metres headroom throughout. Blue carpet throughout (new 2014).

 

Aft Cabin:

Double bed (Mattress new 2016) with extensive lockers and drawers with dressing table and mirrors, leading to ensuite heads compartment with marine WC (replaced 2018, plus outlet pipes), hand basin and shower.

 

Forward Cabin:

Full length 'V' berths with infill, hanging locker and access to chain locker. The heads is situated aft of the forward cabin with a marine WC, hand basin and shower.

 

Central Deck Saloon:

Comfortable seating for 6 or more and a dining table to starboard with folding leaves that stows away under the settee. Small folding table between the two movable seat lockers with cushions which can be used to form an occasional double berth. Drink lockers on the port side, also fridge with freezer compartment (new 2014). Marine clock, Barometer, Thermometer and Hygrometer and TV aerial socket. The complete Saloon sole can be removed for maintenance access to the engine. Access to fuses and Smart pilot, CO2 alarm. 

 

Lower Helm:

Forward of the deck saloon and has an adjustable helm seat and a fold up section on the settee offering two further pilot seats. Sliding doors provide access to the decks either side. Gas alarm.

 

Galley:

U shaped and offers a 2-burner gas cooker with oven, twin stainless steel sinks with mixer tap, Seagull water purifier, worktops with splash back, storage, front opening fridge with freezer compartment, top loading fridge compartment and built in waste bin. Gas alarm.

 

Flybridge:

Perspex windshield and solid steel guardrails. A bench seat for 2 or 3 with removable cushion and a helm bench seat for 2 with removable cushion. The console has controls for engine, trim tab, bow and stern thrusters, removable DSC VHF handset and steering. There is a hinged mast with radar scanner, Liferaft and cradle, Aerials etc.

 

Coach roof deck:

Complete with two lockable storage lockers, removable cushions, steps to flybridge, dodgers and removable support for mast when lowered.

 

Mechanical and Electrical Systems

Twin M225Ti Perkins Sabre Turbocharged, Intercooled Diesel Engines.

Fresh water cooled.

1314 hours - engines last serviced in 2019. 90 hours done in the last season.

Shaft drives to 2x4 bladed bronze propellers (new 2014). Two spare propellers.

Cruising speed approximately 12 knots.

Maximum speed approximately 17 knots.

New PSS shaft seals 2014.

New larger raw water filters 2014.

Bowthruster.

Sternthruster installed 2014.

 

ELECTRICS:

12VDC electrical system.

4 x 12 volt batteries (2 domestic and 2 engine) plus separate Sternthruster battery, all charging from the engine alternators, and 240v battery charger.

240VAC ring main installed, with an immersion heater.

Shore power cable, and extension cable.

All cableing to aircraft standards.

 

TANKAGE:

Fuel capacity approximately 1,180 litres (260 gallons) in two stainless steel tanks.

Water capacity approximately 320 litres (70 gallons) in single stainless steel tank.

Holding tank serving both heads 265litres (56 gallons).

 

WATER SYSTEM:

Pressurised hot and cold water system.

Water heated by calorifier, immersion or central heating.

 

Navigation and Communication

Raymarine Digital Radar Scanner.

AIS Comar CSB200 Class B Transponder.

New Horizon GX2600E DSC VHF Radio, with ATIS switching, plus removable handset for flybridge.

ST60 Echosounder, Log/Speed, Compass.

ST6000+ Autopilot.

Smart pilot SPX Course Computer.

Raymarine Raystar 112LP GPS Transponder

Raymarine E125 series Chartplotter, with internal WIFI, can be connected to an IPhone, IPad or other smart phone, tablet using the Raymarine free apps RAYVIEW and RAYCONTROL, therefore no need for a repeater plotter on the flybridge.

Navionics digital charts for UK, Ireland and Holland

Assortment of paper charts.

Anchor Light.

Navigation Lights.

Deck Equipment

1 Anchor and Chain, Spare anchor in port side deck locker.

Electric Windlass.

Windscreen wipers.

Windscreen covers.

Flybridge Cover and binnacle cover.

Swim Platform.

Stainless Steel folding Swim Ladder.

8x Warps.

10x Fenders.

Fender storage baskets.

Camping Gas bottle in starboard side deck locker, plus spare bottle in coachroof locker.

Safety Equipment

3x Fire Extinguishers.

Fire Blanket.

Radar Reflector.

4 Person Liferaft Seago 4 Man Offshore Type RAFT-GX-4 (requires First service).

2 Lifebuoy.

1 Manual and 3 Electric Bilge Pumps.

Boathook.

All Equipment manuals supplied.

Numerous spares.

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