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Halmatic 30

This Halmatic 30 was designed by John Sharp and built by Barbican Yachts in 1984. She is a sturdy long keel cruiser with transom hung rudder. She has been ashore for a number of years and as a result is in need of major refurbishment, hence the low asking price.

'Yachting Monthly' once described the Halmatic 30 desgn as an excellent sea boat, well balanced with comfortable motion making them safe and secure cruisers capable of serious offshore sailing. Around 200 were built up until the nineteen eighties and Halmatic are still building yachts today, albeit generally of a much bigger size.

The long keel heavy displacement design makes for excellent sea keeping qualities in all conditions offering blue water adventures or comfortable coastal cruising. The Halmatic is surprisingly spacious with internal joinery work robustly constructed.

This boat is offered at a low price because she needs taking in hand and brought back to good condition. Some instruments such as the radar are not currently working and may have been affected by damp.

The engine was last run in April 2018 and started first time.

She is currently stored ashore on a launching cradle which is included. She is stored at a private cruising club in Lancashire and a new owner could continue to store her there by becoming a member of the club.

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Boat Specs:

Hull : GRP
Year : 1984
Berths : 5
LOA : 29' 6" (9m)
LWL : 23' 0" (7m)
Beam : 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft : 4' 7" (1.4m)
Displacement : 4082kgs
Keel : Long
Rig : Bermudan
Engine Type : Inboard
Engine : Volvo MD7 13hp
Fuel : Diesel
Fuel Capacity : 45 litres
Water : 170 litres
Location : Lancashire

Accommodation:

Amazing Grace offers a total of five berths in two cabins, with two in the forecabin, and a single and a double in the saloon. The double is created by using the saloon table in the lowered position with an infill to the starboard settee berth.

There is a separate heads compartment equipped with a Lavac sea toilet. There is a hanging locker opposite. All berths are fitted with lea cloths.

There is a good size chart table located to starboard in the saloon.



Galley:

The compact Galley is fitted with a Maxol two burner cooker with oven and grill. There is a stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water and a cool box.


Sails:

Main (Lucas)
Furling genoa (Diamond)
Working jib (Lucas)
Storm jib (Lucas)
Cruising Chute (Diamond)


Instruments:

Garmin GPS sounder and repeater
Seafarer depth sounder
JRC Radar
Yeoman chart plotter
Stowe repeater
Simrad tiller pilot
Wind speed direction.


Electrical System:

12 volt


Equipment:

Eberspacher heater
CQR Anchor and chain
Outboard bracket
Electric windlass
Radar reflector
Warps and fenders
Manual bilge pump
Tiller pilot


Telephone

0800 6125162

07890 588206


All photos and details remain copyright of Partnership Yacht Brokers. Linking to or using them to facilitate a sale indicates acceptance of our terms of business - Please contact us if you wish to link to or use this resource for any reason.

These boats are no longer for sale and remain here solely as an information resource for those researching the boat types.

These photos should not be relied upon in the purchase of any boat of a similar type as enormous variations can occur between boats even of the same specification.