Mark Cameron Yachts

Hardy Commodore 36

£128,500

Seriously for sale. Afloat and ready to view.


Overview

Available

Lying: Inverclyde, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelHardy Commodore 36
NameSavanna Isla
DesignerAndrew Wolstenholme
Year1999
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£128,500
LyingInverclyde, United Kingdom
Reference1933240

Specifications

LOA11.6m
LWL10.7m
Beam3.8m
Draft1.1m
Displacement9445kg
Hull ConstructionGRP hull and superstructure
Keel TypeLong Keel

Propulsion

Engine2x Perkins Sabre M225ti Producing 222hp at 2,500rpm 6 cylinder, turbo charged with intercooler, indirectly cooled. ZF Hydraulic reversing marine gearbox. Dual control stations.
Engine Hours1390
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity1216l
Max Speed29.632kph

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity350l

Description

The Hardy Commodore 36 has been in production now for well over two decades and it easy to see why this traditional design still appeals today. Her walkaround side decks removing the need for the ‘leap of faith’ when berthing. The sheltered seating of the bridge deck providing a comfortable are for entertaining while her flybridge lets the skipper get the wind in their hair on passage. Below decks the traditional finish suits her traditional appeal. Two two double cabins at either end of the boat with two separate heads ideally suited to couples cruising in comfort.
A lightly used example SAVANNA ISLA has been carefully maintained in the current ownership with routine maintainance and upgrading. Her inventory includes:

Twin Perkins Sabre M225Ti marine engines with just 1390 hours of running.

Paguro 3000, 3.6kva generator
Vetus Bow Thruster
Trim tabs
Raymarine autopilot
Raymarine instrumentation
Raymarine chart plotters and radar.
Garmin DSC VHF with Commandmic 2nd station
Holding tank
Onboard CCTV system


Afloat and incommission SAVANNA ISLA is offered in sail away condition. Viewing is strictly by prior appointment and inline with current COVID-19 guidelines.

PRESS REVIEW:
Hardy's 36 has many good points and a few shortcomings. Thankfully, the positive elements are outstanding, and the negative aspects are easily corrected…….
If you cruise with friends, sleeping cabins at opposite ends are a major improvement in privacy and the Hardy’s aft cabin is particularly good.
It is so much easier and quicker to move around a boat with twin saloon side doors. Saving a few extra seconds isn’t critical (this is a leisure activity, after all) but convenience and safety are greatly enhanced. For instance, positioning the side access near the side door and lower helm means that berthing the Hardy alone is a wholly realistic proposition great for those brief evening jaunts when all your crew are stuck in the office.
But the aspect we find so overwhelmingly appealing is the Hardy’s safety. So many things contribute: the bulwarks, wide side decks, guardrails at the correct height, and the easy side-boarding, for instance.
This is all helped by the superb visibility, highly accessible mooring facilities, and the easy passage up to the aft deck and flybridge. Of course, droning on about safety sounds dull compared with the more romantic side of boating. But struggling forward with a fender bigger than the side deck, attempting the 2ft leap from the pontoon onto a slippery bathing platform, or battling to pick up a mooring from an exposed, pitching foredeck is not the least bit romantic. Hardy owners understand that there are more idyllic ways to spend their time.
Motor Boat & Yachting.
April 2008.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

Single piece GRP moulded hull.
Full length moulded skeg keel.
Moulded chine at wateline aft, rising forward.
GRP structural member internally fully bonded to hull
Plywood bulkheads glassed to hull and deck.
Hull finished externally in original white gelcoat with blue sheer band.
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded deck and superstructure incorporating self draining side decks and fly bridge.
Sandwich type panels forming deck with balsa core.
Moulding finished in original white gelcoat.
Side decks and fordeck finished in laid teak.
Alloy framed portlights in superstructure sides.
Alloy framed windows in wheelhouse sides and forward.
Rudder:
Twin rudders, with drag link between.
Bronze rudders and stainless steel rudder stocks.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Twin engines, both original to boat at time of build.
2x Perkins Sabre M225ti
Producing 222hp at 2,500rpm
6 cylinder, turbo charged with intercooler, indirectly cooled.
ZF Hydraulic reversing marine gearbox.
Dual control stations.
Maintenance & Performance:
Engines and gearboxes fully serviced April 2020
Fuel system upgraded with twin Racor Turbine type filters.
New raw water pump fitted on starboard engine.
Engine hours at July 2020 1390 on each engine.
Cruising speed 12knots.
Maximum speed, lightship 16knots.
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel prop shafts.
Conventional stuffing type sternglands.
Bronze 4 blade propellors.
Autopilot:
Raymarine ST6000 autopilot system.
Dual control stations
Hydraulic drive unit.
Bow Thruster:
Vetus 50kgf bowthruster, factory fitted.
Dual control stations.
Needs a new prop, vendor will supply.
Trim Tabs:
Eltrim system.
Dual control stations.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power
240VAC shorepower connection
Shore Power:
Single 16amp connection
Extension lead to make connection between boat and shore power socket.
Hardwired, RCD protected system.
Polarity indicator on switch board.
Battery Banks:
Battery Bank 1 – 2x 165Ah, 12v, lead acid batteries
Battery Bank 2 – 2x 108Ah, 12v, lead acid batteries
Systems are wired for engines to start off independent battery banks with link switch.
Alternator:
2x 90 amp alternators, engine driven
Generator:
Paguro 3000, 3.6kva.
Single cylinder Faryman diesel
3000rpm operation
Serviced April 2020.
Battery Charger:
Tecpro III charger.
12v / 40A output
Battery Monitor:
Analogue guage on switch panel
Other Electrical:
Windscreen wipers and washer for 3 forward-facing windows in wheelhouse.
Loudhailer/foghorn unit, connected to VHF.
CCTV system with displays at interior helm.
Cameras in engine space and on deck looking aft.

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:

Full pressurised hot and cold water system.
Mono block mixer faucets in galley and both heads.
Showers in both heads.
Filtered drinking water facuet in galley.
Bilge Pumps:
1x Manual bilge pump
3x Electric bilge pump, upgraded in current ownership. – Manual and Auto switching
Audiable alarm when electric pump in operation

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Twin stainless steel tanks
Approximately 608ltr capacity each.
Combined capacity approximately 1216ltr.
Built in fuel transfer pump system, linking tanks, factory fitted.
Fresh Water:
Single stainless steel tank.
Approximate capacity 350ltrs
Holding Tank:
Single tank
Approximately 250ltr capacity.
Overboard discharge via electric macerator pump.
Deck pump connection.
Calorifier:
Single tank, approximately 35ltr capacity.
Heated via engine cooling water or 240VAC heating element.
Tank Monitoring:
Analogue fuel guage for both tanks.
Analogue guage for fresh water tank.
Level indicator for holding tank.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Raymarine ST60+ Tridata repeater, log, speed, depth.
Below Decks:
Raymarine ST60+ Tridata instrument, log, speed, depth.
Raymarine C80 MFD with chart plotter and radar (2kw scanner) functionality.
Raymarine Dragonfly plotter, standalone system
Communications Equipment:
Garmin 200i DSCVHF at lower helm station.
Commandmic for fly bridge.

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Nelson Techina gas galley stove, 2 burner and oven.
Built-in front loading fridge with icebox
Twin stainless steel sinks
Pressurised hot and cold water from mono-block mixer faucet.
Filtered drinking water faucet.
Heads:
2x Jabsco manual marine toilets.
2x porcelain wash hand basins
2x shower heads, extending from mixer faucet.
Heating & Ventilation:
Webasto diesel fired wet heating system.
Matrix box heat exchangers providing outlets in all cabins and wheelhouse.
Demisters for windscreens
Thermostatic cabin controller for each cabin.
Refrigeration:
Built in front loading fridge within galley area.
Icebox within fridge unit.
Lighting:
Incandescent type overhead lighting throughout interior
Reading lights in way of bunks in cabins.
LED lighting within engine space.
Entertainment:
Radio/CD/USB/Bluetooth stereo head unit
Speakers in aft cabin and saloon

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Twin cabin forward with two single bunks.
Double master cabin aft with en-suite heads.
Forward heads.
Elevated saloon within the wheelhouse.
Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work in teak with mixture of veneered plywood and solid timber.
Traditional teak and holy soleboards.
Fitted carpets throughout interior
Blue velur style upholstery.
Headlinings finished in vinyl covered panels with varnished teak trims.
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
Forward Cabin:
Traditional V-berth layout.
Bunks running the full length of the cabin outboard.
Overhead lockers outboard of bunks port and starboard.
Hanging lockers aft of bunks port and starboard.
Storage lockers beneath bunks.
Access to chain locker at forward end of bunk.
Forward Heads:
On port side aft of forward cabin.
Forward facing manual marine toilet located at aft end of compartment.
Porcelain, bulkhead mounted wash hand basin forward with faucet extending to serve as showerhead.
Countertop with stainless steel fiddle rail outboard.
Small vanity locker beneath counter top.
Galley:
Opposite heads to starboard.
U-shaped galley worktop with fiddles.
Tiled splashback above worktop outboard.
Gas cooker mounted in forward end with worktop outboard and inboard.
Stainless steel splash back above cooker.
Stainless steel sinks outboard.
Clear are of worktop aft with built in fridge unit beneath.
Selection of storage units below worktop.
Lower Helm Station:
At forward end of wheelhouse/saloon with helm station to port.
Dedicated forward facing helmsmans seat.
Engine instruments and nav instruments mounted forward of helm and overhead.
Ships switch panel and tank monitoring gauges mounted overhead.
Saloon:
Elevated saloon within wheelhouse.
U-shaped settee on starboard side.
Two single seats on port side.
Moveable dropleaf table for starboard side settee.
Fold down table on portside.
Drinks locker aft on port side.
Master Cabin:
Thwartships double bunk, aft to starboard.
Selection of hangin lockers and drawers on port side of cabin.
Ensuite access to aft heads.
Aft Heads.
Accessed from master cabin only.
Inboard facing manual marine toilet located at aft end of compartment.
Porcelain, bulkhead mounted wash hand basin forward with faucet extending to serve as showerhead.
Small vanity locker.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Canvas Work:

Windscreen covers
Bridge deck and Fly bridge dodgers
Flybridge cover
Flybridge cushions
Anchoring & Mooring:
Delta 16kg anchor on 66m chain rode
Lewmar electric anchor windlass, foot button controls on foredeck
Selection of mooring warps
Selection of fenders.
Tender:
Inflatable dinghy.
2hp, 2 stroke Yamaha outboard.
General:
Twin bow rollers, anchor stowing in starboard side roller
Stainless steel mooring cleats forward, midships and aft
Solid stainless steel guardrail running bow to stern, gates in port and starboard sides and aft.
Stainless steel bathing platform on transom with teak slat finish.
Walk around decks protected by moulded bulwarks and guardrails.
Sheltered bridge deck with seating aft of wheelhouse.
Flybridge with external helm station and seating.
Stainless steel rail around flybridge with windshield to provide extra protection

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Navigation Lights:
Full navigation lights.
Life saving:
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Radar reflector

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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