Sailing BoatsBlue Water CruisersHallberg RassyModel 36
This is a fine example of the Hallberg-Rassy 36. She has had only two owners from new and has been based on a UK south and east coast. She has been wintered ashore annually under an overall cover. She has been continually maintained and benefits from new standing rigging in 2014. Comprehensively equipped she is ready for her next owner to explore distant horizons. Well worth inspection. Viewing strictly by appointment through our Suffolk Office - - Click here to reveal phone number -
Forward Cabin: V berth with infill to make a double. Large stowage under bunk, in hanging locker and hull eye height lockers. Opening hatch to deck. Heads Compartment: To port with 1.87m headroom. Pressurised hot and cold fresh water supply throughout boat. Supply to Porcelain basin and shower with electric pump out. Jabsco marine toilet with full size bowl and stainless steel holding tank. Teak grating. Plenty of stowage. Hanging locker to starboard of heads compartment. Saloon: 1.91m headroom. Centre drop leaf saloon table with bottle stowage. The port L shaped settee converts to a double berth with an infill. Settee berth to starboard. All settee backs hinge up to give extra width for comfortable sleeping. Lee cloths to settee berths. Lots of stowage under and behind settees plus eye level lockers. Galley: Is at the aft end of the saloon on the starboard side. Plastimo Neptune 2000 gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven. Frigomatic fridge/freezer. Twin stainless steel sinks. Plenty of useful storage throughout. Chart Table: Is located to port of the saloon. Large forward facing table with chart stowage and drawers under. Plenty of room for navigation equipment and 12/240V switch panels. Walkthrough: The walkthrough from the chart table has ventilated lockers and excellent access to the engine room. Aft Cabin: Generous double berth to starboard with a settee/single berth to port. Battery stowage under berths plus lockers above berths and hanging locker to port. The interior is fitted out in varnished Mahogany. There is blue fabric upholstery throughout. Cream curtains to all hull and deck windows and ports. Webasto diesel fired central heating system. Alpine radio/CD player with saloon and cockpit speakers. Teak and holly saloon sole with blue edged carpeting throughout.
Spars & Sails
Masthead bermudan sloop rig. Twin spreader mast by Selden with single line slab reefing boom, 2000. Stainless steel standing rigging, replaced in 2014, with backstay tensioner. Terylene running rigging. Selden rod kicker. Selden Furlex 300S headsail furling system. Lazy jacks to stack pack type mainsail cover. Selden alloy spinnaker pole with up mast stowage. Alloy rigging screw protectors. Lewmar 40 self tailing primary winches in cockpit. Lewmar 16 self tailing halyard and Lewmar 8 reefing winches at mast. Main sheet track. Towing genoa cars. Frederiksen ball slides to mainsail. Mainsail, fully battened - Elvstrom - 2000 Furling Genoa, 135% - Kemp Sails - 2000 Working Jib - Elvstrom - 2000 Cruising Chute with snuffer - Kemp Sails - 2000
Located under cockpit in vented and soundproofed room with excellent access. Year 2000 Volvo Penta MD22 marine diesel engine. 57hp. Four cylinder. Fresh water cooled. Shaft drive to three blade feathering propeller. Rope cutter to shaft. Single lever controls. Primary and secondary fuel filters. Fuel tank sludge pump in engine room. The tachometer was replaced in 2017 and has logged 98 hours since, overall engine hours are estimated at some 1,875 in total. Annually serviced. 1 x 12V, 80ah engine start battery. 1 x 290ah domestic battery. Charging via 60amp engine alternator and 240V shore power charger via Adverc Phoenix smart charge regulator. Full 240V shore power system with sockets, immersion heater and battery charger.
Fixed windscreen with spray hood Spray hood extension to form a cockpit tent Binnacle cover Lofrans Project electric anchor windlass with foot controls. Rocna anchor with chain 2 dorade and three stainless steel deck ventilators Sugar scoop type transom with deep stainless steel swim ladder Various warps and five fenders Gates in lifelines with side boarding ladder on port side Boat hook Two teak stern seats Ball and cone Binnacle mounted cockpit table Overall tailored winter cover
Suunto binnacle mounted steering compass Raymarine ST60 log/speed/depth, windspeed/direction and multi instruments in hatch garage Raymarine C90W colour gps/chart plotter with radar mounted to starboard of companionway Radar scanner mast mounted Raymarine ST6000 autopilot with controller on binnacle Raymarine ST60 Multi instrument at chart table Garmin 152 GPS & Raymarine ST60 multi instruments at chart table Sailor SP A1 DSC type VHF radio with dual stations Hand held VHF LED deck level navigation lights Masthead tri/white light + steaming light Brass clock and barometer
Deck flood light Mast mounted radar reflector MOB system Horse shoe type lifebuoy Danbuoy Webbing jackstays First aid kit
Built by Hallberg-Rassy in year 2000 to Lloyds. Hull number 487. CE Category A Ocean. White grp hull with blue style stripes (recently repainted) with foam topsides for insulation. White grp coachroof with teak laid decks, coachroof and cockpit. The teak is in good condition for her age with no missing dowels nor signs of over zealous scrubbing. Lead fin keel. Wheel steering to skeg hung rudder. Solid teak toe rail cappings. Self draining centre cockpit and anchor well. Stainless steel safety rails with gates in lifelines. Teak transom seats and outboard motor bracket. Extra bow roller from factory. Brass strips to all mooring cleats.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The hull and deck of the HR 36 are built under constant supervision of the Lloyd's Register of Shipping, and a Lloyd's Certificate is supplied with each boat. Hull and deck are from GRP by the hand-lay-up method, insulated above water. Decks and coachroof areas are of sandwich type construction. The large cockpit is well-protected by a windscreen made of tempered glass and a sprayhood. The middle section of the windscreen opens. In the stern is an integrated bathing platform with folding ladder. The interior is finished in mahogany with a matte silk varnish. Berth and seats are covered in superb Dralon material to withstand wear and tear and possible staining and dampness. Due to the well-planned layout, there is always unobstructed passage from forward to aft cabin. Aft cabin and also the toilet compartment are secluded even if doors remain open. Being closely located together, the navigation area, engine room and instrument panels form a natural unit. Ample stowage in all areas of boat.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own 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 on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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.
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