Malo 36 for sale.
The Malo 36 is a favourite of ours as she packs so much usable accommodation into a 36ft package and is a true go anywhere yacht. With her sweet sheer line, medium displacement and well thought-out deck, the Malo 36 has all the hallmarks of a purposeful cruising yacht.
Practical detailing and superior Swedish craftsmanship merge to give her a striking appearance and she feels large for a 36ft yacht.
This particular example is known to us and has been well cared for by her current owners (since 2016) and is in only her third ownership after light use by her original purchaser.
VAT paid and well equipped including a Bow Thruster, Heating, Hydrovane and a Copper Coated hull, her full details are in the specification section but her highlights include:
Standing Rigging replaced 2017 and reefing lines renewed with Dyneema
New 2019 heavy duty Working Jib by Sanders Sails, with reefing padding on a new Selden Furlex 204 immediately aft of Genoa furler - a “Solent “ rig.
2008 Mainsail by Owen Sails
Second little used Mainsail by Syversen
3rd reef also controlled from cockpit by additional Spinlock triple jammer
New Stackpack in 2014 by Owen Sails
New 2014 Sprayhood and Cockpit Tent from Owen Sails
Genoa by Quay Sails, Poole, lightly used. (Believed 2010)
ASPIN 93 square meter Asymmetric Spinnaker by Momentum, 2008 with snuffer
Rudder tube and bearings renewed 2017 by JC Rogers of Lymington
SE80 Sidethruster 6hp Bow Thruster with twin propellers
Flexofold 3 blade folding propeller, fitted new 2019
AP11 autopilot with 350kg power hydraulic linear drive
Garmin 451 colour chart plotter
Raymarine C80 radar/chart plotter
Lofrans Kobra 1000 electric windlass with chain counter, and 2 remote AP hand control units
Hydrovane self steering with updated rudder in 2012
New saloon upholstery 2019, and cockpit cushions in vinyl
Ardic diesel water heating and heat exchanger with four air outlets
Liferaft replaced 2019 - Ocean Safety 4 man (service due 2022)
Available to view by appointment, please contact John Rodriguez Yachts
BOAT NAME: Stardust
MAKE & MODEL: Malo 36
HULL MATERIAL: GRP
LENGTH OVER ALL: 11.35
KEEL TYPE: Fin
DISPLACEMENT: 7,700 Kg
ENGINE MODEL: Yanmar 3JH2TE 46.7 hp 3 cylinder turbocharged diesel with flexible coupling, Aquadrive thrust bearing, oil lubricated stern gland, 30mm shaft with standard ISO taper and thread. 1108 Hours.
FUEL TYPE: Diesel
FUEL TANKAGE: 225
225 litre stainless tank with fuel gauge. All fuel has had Startron added to it for the last 12 years. Fuel tank and lines cleaned and second S/S access hatch fitted by Ardfern boatyard, 2018.
WATER TANKAGE: 400 L
Water: 400 litre stainless steel tank, with gauge.
22 litre calorifier with adjustable Thermostatic Mixer Valve, pump and vacuum and 240V immersion heater, hot and cold taps at sink and basin, extending faucet at the basin for showering. Drinking water filter at galley sink.
NUMBER OF SEPARATE SLEEPING CABINS: 2
TOTAL NUMBER OF BERTHS: 6
NUMBER OF HEADS: 1
Raritan II with 70 litre stainless steel holding tank and gauge.
Ardic diesel water heating and heat exchanger with four air outlets.
GALLEY AND GALLEY EQUIPMENT:
Gas system: 2 x large gas bottles in double gas stowage locker, drained to the exterior of the hull. Cooker: Plastimo Neptune 2000, 2 burners, grill and oven with flame failure devices, gimballed, pot holders, fixing bolt.
Frigomatic Fridge, double depth with freezer compartment. Control unit replaced 2017
Folding worktop at the galley.
Curtains on all portlights.. Hatch screen over forward double berth. Port Visors on exterior of galley and heads portlights to allow them to be open when it is raining.
Saloon re-upholstered 2019, all cabin berths have anti condensation underlay.
Wash board storage in sail locker.
Dimmable reading lights.
Engine compartment light.
Mainsail 2008 by Owen Sails, two full length and two partial length battens. Stackpack with four lazyjacks and luff cover, Sail bag.
Second mainsail by Syversen, little used
Stackpack new 2014 by Owen Sails
Working Jib, 2019 , Heavy duty by Sanders Sails, with reefing padding, and U/V protection.
Genoa , 2010 by Quay sails, UV protection, sail bag.
‘ASPIN’ 93 square meter Asymmetric Spinnaker by Momentum, 2008 with launching bag and snuffer, tack line and sheets. Jamming turning blocks for spinnaker and genoa sheets. Soft shackle to prevent sheets catching on shrouds. Snatch block.
Sprayhood and cockpit tent from Owen Sails. 2014
Older sprayhood and cockpit tent for winter use.
New cockpit rope bags 2019
RIGGING AND SPARS:
Standing rigging replaced in 2017
Mast: Selden masthead rig, double spreaders, with intermediates and lowers.
Fittings on the mast to attach a cutter stay, the fitting is currently used for the inner jib furler.
Boom: Selden 171 X 94, with two single line reefs, outhaul and third reef.
Rod Kicker: Selden, gas spring [spring replaced in 2013].
Furlex roller reefing with double groove and rope clutch.
2nd Furlex 204 immediately aft Genoa furler, double groove and rope clutch.
Spare inner forestay and hank-on heavy working jib.
4 meter extending Pole with sliding toggle for on-mast stowage.
Halyards: Main halyard new Dyneema 2017 ; main topping lift, 2 genoa halyards, spinnaker halyard, pole lift/downhaul, topping lift, pole slide control rope.
All in boom reefing lines replaced with smaller diameter Dyneema for lower friction.
3rd reef controlled from cockpit to triple Spinlock jammer.
Tricolour and anchor light [LED bulb], steaming light, deck flood light, running lights and stern lights.
WINCHES AND DECK EQUIPMENT:
Winches: 2 Anderson 12ST secondary sheet winches, 2 Anderson 46ST genoa sheet winches; 1 Anderson 16 ST 2 halyard and reefing winch.
2 10-inch handles.
Hydrovane VAX2, with stowage bags for vane and rudder plus additional 2012 more powerful and balanced rudder; second rudder kept as spare.
GROUND TACKLE AND WINDLASS:
Anchor Winch, Lofrans Kobra 1000, with chain counter and controller in cockpit and separate remote control, and remote AP hand control - 2 units.
15 Kg Spade anchor with 69 metres of chain marked in 5 metre lengths, swivel, chain hook and rope.
15kg Bruce kedge anchor with 15 metres of chain and 50 metres of anchorplait;
FOLDING PROP/ ROPE CUTTER/BOW THRUSTER
FlexOFold 18 x 13 3 Blade RH Propellor, new 2019 fitted by Ardfern Yacht Centre.
SE80 Sidethruster 6hp bow thruster with twin propellers.
Spare fixed three bladed propeller, 18 X 13 inches.
Ambassador rope cutter 
Garmin 451 colour chartplotter at cockpit port side recess.
Raymarine C80 radar/chartplotter on companion side with Raystar 125 aerial and 18" radome on a Scanstrut gimbal on the backstay. Radome replaced 2017.
Robertson Simrad IS11 Wind speed and direction, depth, log, repeater.
AP11 autopilot with 350kg power hydraulic linear drive.
Compass and GPS.
Robertson GPS readout repeater at nav station
VHF radio with external speaker and additional cockpit handset, masthead aerial with Windex.
Clipper Navtex and aerial.
Entel Handheld waterproof VHF.
Vion electronic barometer.
FCC cast Brass clock and barometer.
ENTERTAINMENT/CD AND RADIO:
Sony Stereo radio and CD player with two speakers and remote control
Balmar 6 series 100 Amp alternator with Maxcharge 612 multi-stage programmable smart regulator.
Balmar Alternator replaced May 2020
Additional temperature control fitted and Victron Battery Management panel.
Smartbank and Smartgauge Battery Controlling and Monitoring System with emergency battery connect.
Batteries: 4 domestic Trojan heavy duty 6 volt batteries, total 480 Amp/Hrs @12V
Starting battery, 75 Amp/Hrs.
Shore power cable, inlet socket, 240v system with four sockets
30 amp Merlin battery charger and immersion heater
EPIRB: GME MT 400, 406 MHz.
Liferaft: 4 man Ocean Safety offshore in a canister new 2019, quick release bracket on the starboard pushpit.
Service due 2022.
Lifesling with 30m line:
Horseshoe buoy and floating automatic light.
Carbon Monoxide detector/alarm.
2 Fire extinguishers.
White webbing jackstays on both side decks.
3 cockpit harness points in the cockpit.
Bilge Pumps: Manual Whale pump in cockpit. Small bilge pump/shower drain pump for spills etc. and large 3700 Rule Emergency bilge pump with float switch and second higher float switch with an alarm.
12 v Searchlight, plug in cockpit.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, 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 owner’s specific needs.
7 fenders, various mooring ropes.
Spare parts, fuel filter, pump impellers.
Port side lifeline gate.
Outboard pad on pushpit.
Teak ensign staff.
Two Targa lights on cockpit arch.
Varnished teak cockpit table.
Companionway canvas and clear vinyl cover.
Wiring descriptions and diagrams
Stardust is the standard 36, with the reverse transom, double berth forward, dinette to port, but with the addition of the folding table that is standard in the 39, forward facing seat at the nav desk, double berth cabin aft with a row of three lockers on the inboard side. Teak decks, and extra bow roller, a Samson post on the foredeck, single backstay, with the folding ladder offset and the Hydrovane in the centre [which makes it easier to board from the stern, as the Hydrovane is useful as hand- and foot-hold].
Throughout my ownership we have rigorously updated, serviced and replaced where necessary.
We have cruised extensively from Southern Brittany , the far West Coast of Ireland, and the Hebrides and West Coast of Scotland. Stardust is very well equipped for double handed sailing, especially since we added the Solent rig, allowing the use of a reefing working jib, a Genoa for lighter weather, and the two can be combined as twin running headsails, all controlled from the cockpit.
Motoring performance from the powerful engine improved significantly when we replaced the Kiwi prop with a Flexofold in 2019.
She is a superbly comfortable and capable offshore cruiser.
Available to view by appointment
Please note all our listed yachts are privately owned and located at the owner's individual home port, marina or mooring and not one central location. Therefore due to the varying geographical locations of our yachts and the subsequent travel time and distances involved, please only make arrangements to view if actively considering purchase.
Office Hours Mon- Fri 09.30 – 17.30
Saturday by prior appointment
For more information or to arrange an appointment please contact John Rodriguez Yachts
Tel: +44 (0)7505 485 950