ELLÖS STAR is a charming motor sailor and a departure from the range of other HR yachts. The Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter hull reminds of the beautiful lines of a traditional Swedish fishing boat. She has a fuller hull than other HR designs and a canoe stern with a long keel.
Another sensible, practical design from Olle Enderlein, the Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter was built between 1981 and 1994. In total, 195 hulls were built - ELLÖS STAR is Hull No. 173.
Accommodation in two cabins - forward cabin and main saloon
Separate heads/shower compartment
Eberspacher diesel fired warm air heating
Four berths with 2 additional 'child' cot berths in saloon
Double ended GRP motor sailer with single mast, long keel and open pilot house. Wheel and tiller steering. Sloop rig with battened main and furling genoa. Decks, cockpit sole and seating/locker tops are inlaid teak. Inboard diesel engine driving a 3 bladed 15 x 16in bronze propeller via a Hurth gearbox.
Interior in mahogany with hand rubbed silk finish throughout in traditional Hallberg-Rassy style. Mahogany slatting behind berths minimises condensation. Deluxe upholstery, fitted carpets and curtains throughout.
Traditional twin V berth 2m long with an infill to form a generous double berth, ample stowage on shelving and in lockers below berths. The inside of the hull is lined with mahogany slats. Opening skylight and reading lights. Folding door to passageway gives access to wardrobe on starboard side and the separate heads/shower compartment to port.
Marine WC, large porcelain washbasin with shower attachment and drained shower tray, ample locker space and mirror. Opening portlight.
L-shaped sofa/berth to port with lift up backrest to increase sleeping space, lockers and bookshelf above; backrest can be utilised as 'occasional' cot berth. Straight sofa/berth to starboard with similar backrest and locker arrangement. Internal hull of both berths mahogany lined, berths are fitted with lee cloths and reading lights. Substantial saloon table with drop leaves and centre bottle stowage. Ships clock and barometer mounted on forward bulkhead. Opening skylight above table.
Aft of half bulkhead to starboard, with gimballed Plastimo 2-burner gas cooker, grill and oven all fitted with flame failure device (new 2007). Double stainless steel sink unit with pressurised hot and cold water, reserve foot pump. Refrigerated 70 litre cool box and ice compartment. Stowage for cooking utensils, crockery, tinned foods, etc.
Aft of half bulkhead and to port comprising chart table with lifting top for chart stowage. Sliding doors conceal Standard Horizon DSC VHF radio and ICS Navtex. Mounted on aft bulkhead are the following: connection for Yeoman chart plotter, Radar/GPS selector switch, AP Phillips GPS unit, NASA SSB radio receiver with PC connection, Seafarer echo sounder, Stowe analogue log. Instrument and switch panel for nav lights, engine hours meter, fuel tank gauge, voltmeter and energy monitor, battery selection and isolation switches. Further stowage is provided in four drawers and a locker beneath chart table. A CO2 fire extinguisher, ducted into the engine compartment, is located in a locker to the side of the chart table.
Companionway steps lift to provide access to engine compartment. The yacht also has a 230v shore power facility consisting of a connection lead, including meter, distribution and circuit breaker box, battery charger and several 13A outlets.
At the helm position there is a chart table and instrument console comprising Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction, depth sounder and log (all new 2012), Raytheon ST50 electronic compass, magnetic steering compass, Autohelm 5000 control panel, Raytheon CRT radar display, plug in connection for Yeoman plotter. Engine instrument panel and controls; window wipers are also controlled from this position.
Lighting is also provided at the chart table and at deckhead. The front window and skylight in the roof can be opened.
The cockpit sole lifts up to provide access to engine compartment. Three large teak seated lockers give access to ancillary equipment, 4 man liferaft in valise, warps and fenders. The starboard cockpit locker houses the hot water calorifier, fresh water pump and accumulator tank, refrigeration compressor and engine start battery. The cockpit table is also stowed here.
In the portside cockpit locker is the battery charger, two domestic batteries, Eberspacher diesel fired warm air heater (serviced 2014) and back of panel electrical terminations.
In the stern locker is the Autohelm linear drive, rudder quadrant and the telescopic yacht legs.
There is a removable cockpit canopy with rear window and side flaps which provides excellent weather protection and visibility.
Volvo Penta 2003T 43HP 4 cylinder fresh water cooled marine diesel engine
2611 engine hours in December 2014
3 bladed 15 x 16in bronze propeller - new March 2014
30mm stainless steel shaft
Ambassador Stripper 3 bladed rope cutter
Cutlass bearing, stern tube and Volvo seal replaced Jan 2014
Pressurised hot & cold water system to galley and heads
Eberspacher diesel fired warm air cabin heater
Fresh water in two stainless steel tank 150 litre capacity each (300 litre total)
Fuel in stainless steel tank 150 litre capacity
Single spreader sloop rig with battened mainsail and Furlex Genoa furling system. Silver anodised spars by Selden. Main and genoa halyards renewed September 2014. Insulated backstay. Genoa 150% (new March 2011), cruising chute with snuffer, storm jib stowed in port forward locker.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, guardwires and boarding ladder
Sheet winches, 2 x Lewmar 30 CST two-speed self-tailing
Halyard winches, 2 x Lewmar 7 single speed, on mast
Reefing winch Lewmar 6 single speed, on mast
35lb CQR bower anchor with 40m 8mm chain in self draining chain locker
7kg Butane gas bottle secured in chain locker
Lofrans manual anchor windlass
Danforth 35lb kedge anchor with warp
Teak outboard bracket on pushpit
Telescopic Yacht Legs
International navigation lights with deck flood light
Raymarine ST60 wind, speed and depth instruments
Raytheon ST50 electronic compass
AP Phillips GPS navigator
Autohelm 5000 autopilot
Yeoman chart plotter
Raytheon R10X radar with scanner on mast
NASA SSB radio receiver
Seafarer echo sounder
Stowe analogue log
Zodiac 4 man liferaft in valise
Firdell Blipper radar reflector
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light
2 x 1kg dry powder fire extinguishers - galley area
1 x CO2 fire extinguisher - engine compartment
1 x CO2 fire extinguisher - forward cabin
Electric bilge pump 1500 litres/min
Manual bilge pump
ELLÖS STAR was purchased by her current owner in 1999. Below the waterline the hull was epoxy treated and coated with 'Coppercoat' in 2008 by the Hayling Yacht Co Ltd. A hull survey was carried out by an independent surveyor at this time.
Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction, depth sounder and log were installed in 2012. Cutlass shaft bearing, stern tube and Volvo seal were renewed in January 2014. The propeller was replaced in March 2014.
The mast was serviced in September 2014, standing rigging renewed, also tri-white masthead light, main/genoa halyards and spinnaker halyard renewed.
ELLÖS STAR is a Part 1 British Registered Yacht.
Transworld Yachts offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Transworld Yachts are the Hallberg-Rassy dealer for the UK and Ireland specialising in new and used boat sales. We also manage refit and repair projects and carry a range of spare parts and yacht accessories. You can visit us at Hamble Point Marina which is situated at the mouth of the Hamble River, you can phone us on +44 (0) 2380 454000 or visit our website at: http://www.transworldyachts.co.uk/boats-for-sale
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||9.4 m/31 ft|
|Length:||9.45 m/31 ft|
|Width:||3.2 m/10 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:volvo penta|
|Fresh water capacity:||300 liter|
|No. of cabins:||2|
|No. of berths:||3|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
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