|Subcategory:||Blue Water Cruisers|
|Length:||18.87 m/62 ft|
|Width:||5.26 m/17 ft|
|No. of cabins:||4|
|No. of berths:||5|
1998 Hallberg-Rassey 62 has recently completed a full refit. Full servicing of all systems along with new covers, re-upholstery and hull polish. Comes with a great history and has completed a world cruise over a number of years.
Now fully serviced and ready to go this boat is looking for a new owner! CALL NOW to arrange viewing!
Dublin office +353 1 2802020
Manufacturer Provided Description
With her 33 tons displacement, the HR 62 is extremely easy on the helm and points up to windward at a high angle as the thoroughbred she is. The speed of the HR 62 is remarkable. Her soft, elegant movements are impressive. The yacht sails perfectly balanced on the rudder and takes to the sea almost playfully.
Designed by German Frers, the world class naval architect from Argentina, her speed accelerates to over 10 knots. Frers brings the experience of successes in the Whitbread and the America's Cup, and combines this with the fine yacht building traditions that have made Hallberg-Rassy world famous.
With MaxFurl, the helm of the yacht feels the same as with a normal non-furling main; MaxFurl has a big roach and thus a sail area that is the same as a standard main sail. The sail has horizontal battens that can be rolled in, but there are more advantages to this sail than the larger sail area and more speed - it sails closer to the wind and rolls less when running in choppy seas and light wind.
There are few yards that enjoy such global acclaim for building long distance cruisers as Hallberg-Rassy. With the HR 62 the tradition of continuously building easy to sail cruising boats with good performance is followed. Characteristic of Hallberg-Rassy, the layouts is logical, well arranged, and functional for long periods onboard either at sea or in the harbor. As on all of the HR yachts, the floor in the 62 is the same level throughout the boat. This contributes to easy access to all cabins.
Following the contemporary demand, the HR 62 has a very light and airy saloon with big opening side windows as well as opening skylights. The displacement of the yacht is designed not only to give the generous stowage needed for long voyages, but also the space for all modern comfort equipment. Access to technical equipment is made easy for service, and the yacht has generous tank capacity to undertake serious cruising.
Despite the fact that the boat is built as a top-of-the-range yacht, she can virtually be sailed single handed. Push buttons allow the anchor to raise and the sails and sheet to set and sheet - all from the steering pedestal.
As expected on a Hallberg-Rassy, the cockpit is very well protected, generous in size, and offers good all-round visibility. It is well suited for the various demands of the most difficult climates from extreme cold to tropical heat. The cockpit offers good shelter from a hardtop or softtop, with an opening mid section that works perfectly in cold as well as heat.
A powerful engine is an important part of a long distance cruiser. The HR 62's motor runs at cruising speed with a low 1,300 RPMs. Furthermore, a two geared three bladed folding propeller with overdrive provides maximum performance under power - an important point which cannot be emphasized enough for extended voyages.
This description refers to the version with galley to port, centre berth
aft, a saloon with a chairs to starboard, U
shaped sofa to port as well as a centre sofa, double
bed port side forward of the mast, two beds on top
of each other to starboard, two heads forward of the
mast and v cabin in front. .
Seagoing layout with white Corian work tops fitted
with fiddles. Deep, double sinks. Two well insulated
cold boxes plus a front opening fridge. One of the
boxes with a freezer with electrical compressor for
longer use. The freezer can also be used as a cool
box for vegetables etc. The other box with electrical
fridge compressor. Front opening fridge for daily use.
The compressors for the two boxes are water cooled
and located in the engine room. Pressure water, hot
and cold. Drawers, separate locker for china and
glass, plus stowage for pots and pans etc. Window
opens. Gimballed gas cooker Force 10.
Saloon and chart table
Generous saloon for all crew plus additional guests.
Headroom 2.04 m. All space behind and under sofas
and arm chairs are used for stowage. Chart table
with drawers. Comfortable seat with heeling support. Lockers and
two big hanging lockers for oil skins. Electrical panel
with labelled trip switches.
Water proof and easily cleaned toilet compartments
in white formica and Corian. Electric toilets, with
fresh water flush to prevent bad smell. Holding
tanks for black water. Corian wash basins with hot
and cold water faucets. A large mirror and good
lighting. The floor is a formed GRP shower stall
drained by a tube through a filter and then pumped
The engine compartment is accessible from a big
door in the walk through. The power generator, all
pumps, cooling compressors, battery chargers,
heaters and filters are here, easily accessible and
easy to clean. The generator has a sound shield and is located
in the engine room. Special care for good sound
insulation. The foam insulation is covered by metal
Full teak decks & cockpit
Large lazarette lockers incorporating sealed steel gas locker
Radar mast with integrated electric outboard crane
Electric anchor windlass (2000w) with 72m of 10mm s/s chain.
Loud hailer on spreaders
Hydraulic bow thruster
Water maker 170lph
Westerbeke 30KVA generator
Ebespacher heating systems x 2
Rigging and Sail Controls
Seldon in-mast furling 3 spreader rig
Twin Spinnaker pole arrangement
Stainless steel rod-rigging
Hydraulic in-mast furling
Hydraulic head sails furling
Hydraulic back-stay adjustment
Mainsheet 1:4, sheeted on a track with a Lewmar 50 CEST electric winch.
Primary winches: Two Lewmar 77 CEST electric wiches.
Secondary winches: Two Lewmar 58 CEST electric winches.
Floating genoa cars with cockpit control lines
Genoa 1 (2013) Elvstrom 110m2 - Condition very good
Genoa 2 (c.2002) - Condition used
Cutter Sail 1 (c.2002)- Condition used
Cutter Sail 2 (2009)- Condition good
Main Sail 1 (c.2002)- Condition used
Main Sail 2 (2008)- Condition needs servicing
Blister Kite (c.2002) - Condition very good
Anchoring Sail (connects to back stay for stability at anchor)
Electric & Electronic
50 amp shore power cable
16 amp shore power cable
30KVA Westerbeke generator (c.4500 hrs)
2 x Mastervolt Mass 24/50 smart battery chargers (2013)
Domestic, engine & generator batteries (2011)
Magetronic DCC6000 battery management system
Yaesu FRG-100 SW radio
Autohelm Multi (depth, wind, speed)
Furuno Radar with 36" open scanner
Boatnav NCR300A Navtex receiver & printer
Thrane & Thrane sat-phone
PC based Navigation with 19" screen at chart table
Raymarine ST60+ Graphic (helm)
Raymarine ST7002 Autopilot (helm)
Furuno radar repeater (cockpit)
Plotter repeater 19" (cockpit)
Raymarine DSC VHF
CD/FM stereo player
VHF speaker in cockpit
Safety On Board
1 x BFA Atlantic 6 man canister liferaft
1 x additional 4 man liferaft
Fire pump with fire hose
Outboard crane / M.O.B. crane
3 x electric bilge pumps
1 x manula bilge pump
Life lines (webbing)
Lifejackets and harnesses
First aid kit
Spotlight - handheld
Inventory & Additional Specifications
Akka will be sold with her complete inventory. This includes all manor of items from tools to torches, Nespresso machine to bosuns knife- too many items to list. Some of the major inventory items are:
2.3m tender (2013) with Yamaha Enduro 8hp engine (2011 c.100hrs)
Boarding ladder & Passarelle
Extensive engine and systems spares
Mooring Lines and Fenders (with boards)
Teak cockpit table
Cockpit foot rests (s/s)
New Isotherm front opening fridge in galley
Additional drop fridge behind navigation centre
All crockery, cutlery, pots & pans
3 hob cooker with oven and grill
Clock & barometer
Tools and spares (various)
Recent Works and Maintenance Record