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Hallberg-Rassy - 352

Hallberg-Rassy - 352 Blue Water Cruisers for sale in Bursledon at Boatshop24.co.uk
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Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1981
Sales status:under offer
LOA:10.59 m/35 ft
Length:10.67 m/35 ft
Width:3.38 m/11 ft
KW:50.0 hp

Hallberg Rassy 352 built in 1981.Extensive equipment fully equipped for blue water cruising and continuously maintained. The perfect boat for long distance short handed cruising. She has multiple new items including a 12'' Raymarine C series chart plotter and 9'' at the chart table with radar and AIS integrated. VIEW THIS ALONG WITH 40+ OTHER BOATS, 7 DAYS A WEEK AT DEACONS MARINA, 5MINS FROM J8 M27 - WHYBOATS

Designed by Rassy and Enderlein and built in Ellos Sweden in 1981.

Hull built to Lloyds Specification "Certificate of Hull Construction" and under supervision of Lloyd's surveyor in respect of hull, deck and superstructure in GRP, main bulkheads, engine foundations, chainplates, rudder with fittings and built in fuel and water tanks.
Teak laid deck (12mm) which has been carefully maintained - new teak in the cockpit in 2009
Iron encapsulated keel and skeg hung rudder
Wheel steering.
Center cockpit with toughened glass windscreen
Teak toe rails and bronze rubbing strake.
Hull epoxied in 2000
Topsides professionally re-painted in 2009
Bar fitted between keel and skeg to assist safe passage over drift nets and other obstructions

LOA: 34'7'' / 10.59m
Beam: 11'08'' / 3.38m
Draft: 5'5'' / 1.68m
Displacement: 6,700 kg

Mechanicals and Electrics
Beta 50hp engine: new in November 2000
Regularly serviced
2083 engine hours
Racnor spin-on fuel filter: new 2017
3 Blade Max-prop: automatic feathering prop: new 2000, regularly serviced
Two built-in fuel tanks: 150 ltr plus 80 ltr secondary tank with diverter Pump to remove sludge from bottom of main fuel tank / check condition of fuel
Water pump seals replaced 2011
New engine mounts 2014
New Cutlass bearing (2014)
Dry stern gland (2014)

2 x 12v domestic batteries (2014)
1 x 12v Starter battery (2014)
Battery management monitor (2013)
Shore power – distribution board with MCBs, two single 13amp sockets and one double
Pressurised hot water to galley and heads – water heated by engine or by immersion
Updated switch panel and much new wiring
Stainless steel solar panel (2017)
Classic Mahogany interior in great condition with 7 berths and fwd heads.
Re-upholstered throughout in 2000
Eberspacher cabin heating (2012)
LED cabin lights (2013)

Forward cabin
Two comfortable berths (2,05m)
Stowage beneath berths
Cupboard forward above berths and shelf storage outboard.
Large opening deck hatch

Good sized saloon, light and airy with good storage and attractive high quality mahogany timber work.
Large settee beths port and starboard with storage behind seat backs.
Port settee is L shaped. Bookshelves and lockers outboard.
Large folding table with storage for bottles in mid section.
Large and generous chart table with plenty of space to store charts and chart instruments

Aft cabin
Master aft cabin with large double berth to stbd and single berth to port
Double berth with stoawage below
Hanging locker on port side.
Deck/escape hatch to deck head.
Dividing the saloon and aft cabin is a good sized passage running down the port side aft giving good access via double doors to the engine compartment.
CD player and radio with speakers in saloon and cockpit

U-shaped and situated to starboard aft in main cabin
Two burner gas cooker with oven and grill (New 2013)
Double stainless steel sinks
Pressurised hot and cold water
12v fridge
Plenty of storage for plates, cutlery, utensils and cooking equipement

The heads compartment is to port in the passage which splits the forward cabin from the main saloon
Sea toilet (New 2014)
Pressurised H & C water to sink
Plenty of storage for toiletories and cleaning materials
Opposite the heads is a full hanging and storage locker
Deck Equipment
Andersen 46ST self-tailing stainless steel winches
Lewmar halyard winches plus spare winch on mast
Simpson Lawrence Anchorman 1200 – electric windlass
Delta, Bruce and Danforth anchors with chain and warp
Mast steps
‘Granny bars’ at mast
Leather-covered steering wheel
Mooring warps (New 2012)
Fenders (New 2015)
Boat hook
Inflatable dinghy (2013)
Sprayhood (2015)
wheelcover (2017)
Seldon mast and boom
Spinnaker pole
Stainless steel standing rigging (New 2014, Spreader rigging in 2017)
Running rigging (2014 to 2017)
Boomstrut and vang
Barton mainsheet traveller (car renewed 2009)
Roller reefing headsail – bottle screw and roller reefing new in 1999
Stack pack with lazy jacks (2015)

Mainsail by Jeckells with 3 reefs. New in 2011
Bi-radial furling genoa by Crusader.
Cruising chute with short removable bowsprit that fits into one of the bow rollers and removable
strops that lead the sheets back to the aft cleats
Moveable inner forestay with working jib
Boom lock – preventer system by Scott. New in 2000
Navigational Equipment
Raymarine 12' C series HD chartplotter with Radar, AIS receiver and transmitter
Raymarine 9'' Chartplotter (Master)
Hydrovane self steering gear with secondary rudder (worth over £3000)
Raytheon ST500 Plus autopilot with secondary hand-held control unit
Cetrek GPS / Chart plotter
Furuno Navtex NX 300
iComVHF-DSC radio – new in 2009
Aerial on top of mast (new 2011) plus emergency aerial on pushpit

Safety Equipment
EPIRB (2016)
Portable radio beacon
Radar reflector (2014)
4 Man liferaft ISO 9650 Viking UKSL (New 2012, serviced 2015)
Jack stays (tape, removable) (2013)
Dan buoy and crew recovery system (2012)
Custom-built gas bottle holder on pushpit with Haztec gas safety system that checks for leaks every time the gas is used and switches gas off at gas bottles after use
Fire extinguishers and fire blanket (New 2012, serviced 2015)
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Diverter so that engine can remove water from inside the craft
Wooden blanks and attachments - in case of damage to portholes
Emergency tiller
LED navigational lights (2013)
Offshore Flare pack (2016)
The Company 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.
Model352Max Draft5.5 feet
Model Year2000
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