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Hallberg Rassy - 31 Scandinavia

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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Hallberg Rassy
Model:31 Scandinavia
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:2000
Sales status:available
LOA:9.62 m/32 ft
Length:9.62 m/32 ft
Width:3.3 m/11 ft
Draft:1.71 m/6 ft
Category:fin keel
Engine manufacturer:volvo md2020 19hp
Engine hours:300
No. of cabins:2
No. of berths:6

Beautifully presented 2000-launched example of the acclaimed aft cockpit Hallberg Rassy. In full Scandinavia spec with added advantage of new standing rigging and low friction mainsail track. Less than 5,000Nm covered since new!


TEHIDY is a very high spec example of the H/R31, benefitting from the ‘Scandinavia’ specification which adds such features as teak decks, pressurised hot & cold water, cabin heating and additional battery capacity. Over and above this specification, TEHIDY benefits from an easily-handled slab-reefing mainsail complete with newly fitted Tides Marine low-friction mainsail track, lazyjacks and stackpack bag. She also benefits from a larger overlapping genoa (as opposed to a standard working jib.

Purchased by her current owners in 2011, TEHIDY has been much loved and polished and has always been based in and around the Solent. With only 4,726Nm covered since launch, she is also very lightly used. Her recent upgrades and improvements include:-
New Brunton Autoprop propeller
New Tides Marine low-friction mast track
New Hyde mainsail
New stackpack and lazyjacks
Recent Garmin GPS plotter in cockpit in addition to existing plotter at chart table


"Extremely spacious, light and inviting interior. The sailing and sea-going qualities are in a class of its own. Being a cruiser, the speed through water and the angle towards the wind is quite amazing. A modern, safe cruiser that gives its owner great satisfaction."
Quote from the Swedish yachting magazine Båtnytt:


The Hallberg-Rassy 31 was built 18 years (!) from 1992 - 2009 in 356 units. That is one of the longest production runs in Hallberg-Rassy's history.

The Hallberg-Rassy 31 is a true Hallberg-Rassy, with the same high level of quality and elegance as her larger sisters.

The interior woodwork and joinery is done in the selected mahogany that has become a Hallberg-Rassy trademark. The interior is extremely well laid out for her size. A full size navigation table, a spacious galley, saloon, large head and shower compartment, and two private staterooms gives you the volume and space that you would normally find on a much larger boat.

The cockpit is comfortable and easily accommodates your guest, and has generous capabilities.

Designed by Germán Frers, the Hallberg-Rassy 31 has excellent sailing characteristics. The boat is well balanced, and gently moves through the water, pointing and going to weather like no other 31 foot performance cruiser of her time age. She is easily single handed, as all lines are lead aft to the cockpit.


"Sailing with safety and comfort at a good speed are the main characteristics offered by the Hallberg-Rassy 31. This medium displacement modern hull is fitted with efficient keel, rudder and a modern comprehensive fractional rig. The result is a boat, which can cope with all weather conditions safely, and will also give the owner and his family many hours of pleasant sailing.

The interior is exceptionally well laid out giving an air of spaciousness unusual for a boat of this size. There are two separate double cabins, one forward and one aft, also a large toilet aft. With a full size saloon, ample galley and complete chart table, it offers the amenities and comfort of a larger yacht. There is excellent protection from the weather in the aft cockpit. The seats are two metres long. Part of the starboard seat lifts up to give access to a very generous stowage area.

For a yachtsman not interested in the latest racing gimmicks but in a proper 9.5 metre boat with a more than respectable speed, with good cruising attributes, the Hallberg-Rassy 31 will be very hard to beat."
Germán Frers


RCD Status:
The boat is CE certified by Germanischer Lloyd and a CE plaquette for category A (unlimited ocean voyages) is supplied.

Hull Construction:
The hull and deck are laminated in a HR owned factory.
Isophtalic polyester and isophtalic gelcoat is used in the hull.
Hand lay-up method, insulated above water against heat and cold.
Gelcoat colour is white 1000.
Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip.
Blue decorative band in gelcoat.
Strong floor reinforcement with good bilge space.
The hull is treated from build with two coats of epoxy primer before antifouling
Hull re-antifouled – Feb 2018
Topsides and superstructure polished – Feb 2018

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Deck, cockpit and superstructure surfaces are of sandwich construction
Teak laid deck, cockpit seating, cockpit sole and bathing platform.
Handrails in teak.
Aluminium toe rail.
Integrated bathing platform with a folding ladder.
Windows have aluminum locking frames.
Opening window over the galley, in the toilet comparment and two in the aft cabin.
Additional deckhead hatch in forward cabin.
Two dorade ventilators in coach roof.

Keel & Rudder:
Lead fin keel bolted to hull with 9 stainless steel keel bolts.
GRP balanced rudder blade with semi-skeg and stainless steel stock attached directly to tiller steering


Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta MD2020 19hp 2-cylinder inboard diesel with gearbox and saildrive unit
Freshwater cooling via raw-water intake and heat exchanger

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours: estimated circa 300 as of June 2018
Engine last serviced: Feb 2018
Saildrive diaphragm replaced: 2010
Hull buttom to saildrive leg gasket replaced 2015
Waterpump reconditioned - 2015
Cruising speed – approx 5-6 knots
Maximum speed – approx 7-8 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed – approx 1-2 litres per hour
Range @ cruising speed – approx 500Nm

Propulsion & Steering:
Brunton 3-bladed Autoprop - 2017
Ambassador ‘Stripper’ Rope Cutter – serviced Jan 2018
Wooden Tiller with fittings for Tiller Pilot


Voltage systems:
12vDC domestic system and 220v ring main from shorepower with sockets in aft cabin, galley area and chart table area.
DC 12v Electric switch panel with indicator LEDs and fuel and water contents gauges

Battery Banks:
1x 80Ah Exide engine start battery - 2013
2x 80Ah Exide service batteries joined in parallel to supply 160Ah @ 12vDC - 2013

Mains powered 12v/220v battery charger unit

Charging of batteries is by 60 A alternator from engine

Other Electrical:
220vAC shorepower with cable
220vAC sockets in saloon


Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold fresh water via 12vDC pressure pump – Jasco pump replaced 2018
Hot water generated by engine-driven calorifier or via 220vAC immersion heater element in hot water storage tank
Manual back up pump for cold fresh water at galley sink

Bilge Pumps:
Whale manual bilge pump in cockpit
12vDC electric bilge pump for main bilge with manual override in cockpit

Gas System:
Self-draining deck locker for 6 kg gas bottle on starboard outside of the cockpit.
Pilot gas detector and alarm.
Gaz marine regulator and hoses replaced 2012 complete with bubble tester and test point.


60 litres (13.2 gallons) in 1x stainless steel tank

Fresh Water:
190 litres (41.8 gallons) in 1x stainless steel tank located beneath port saloon settee

Holding Tanks:
45 litre (10 gallons) stainless steel blackwater holding tank for heads with pump out to sea


On Deck:
Raytheon ST4000+ Tiller Pilot with remote control unit in cockpit coaming (2000)
Garmin 551 GPS chart plotter (2014)
Raytheon ST50 wind speed & direction display (2000)
Raytheon ST50 depth display (2000)
Raytheon ST50 speed & log display (2000)
Plastimo Contest magnetic steering compass

At Chart Table:
Raymarine RL70C 7” colour radar/chart plotter (2000)
Yeoman chart plotter system with paper charts for Solent area
Garmin 128 GPS (2000)
Raytheon ST50 multi display (2000)
Clock and barometer on main bulkhead

Communications Equipment:
Icom IC-M421 VHF with DSC (2007)


Optimus 2 burner stainless steel gimballing gas stove with oven
Frigomatic 12vDC electronic refrigeration unit in cold box
Domestic hot and cold water pressure pump
Manual fresh water pump at sink

Jabsco manual sea toilet
Electric shower drain

Heating & Ventilation:
Webasto diesel-fired hot air cabin heating with control at chart table
Opening deckhead hatches

Halogen lighting is used and is located in all the important positions.
There are adjust¬able lights above berths and settee.

Pioneer radio/cassette stereo system with speakers in saloon


Summary of Accommodation:
Up to 6 berths in two double sleeping cabins plus two further occasional settee berths
Mahogany interior joinery with two-component matt silk varnish
Interior locker doors with rounded edges.
Wooden inner frames for the skylights
Mahogany slatted internal hull sides
Teak and holly soleboards
White vinyl headlinings with mahogany inlays
Blue cloth upholstery with matching fitted carpets and curtains
Blue cloth protective saloon table cover
Cream laminate worktops in galley
Table cover
Headroom – approx 1.86m in saloon

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin
The forepeak provides a large double V-berth with infill section converting to a full width double.
With the infill removed a clear standing area is provided aft.
Storage is provided in overhead shelves running the full length of the berth along the hull side.
A large opening deck hatch floods the cabin with natural light.

Main Saloon:
The main saloon has a very traditional feel and with light pouring in through the portlights the space feels very open and comfortable creating the illusion of being on a far larger boat.
Bench style settees run down wither side of the cabin with the stout drop leaf saloon table being centrally mounted in the cabin.
Both seating units convert into generously sized single berths with the seat back lifting up to provide additional berth width; both berths also are fitted with lee cloths for use at sea.
Storage is provided throughout the saloon with a variety of lockers overhead, the space beneath the settees.

Aft of the main saloon to port is the L-shaped galley with double stainless steel sink, 2 burner gas cooker, top loading fridge and a good assortment of storage lockers.

Navigation Station:
To starboard of the galley is the very well equipped nav station with large chart table, bosuns locker and easily accessible navigation instrumentation.

Aft Cabin
The aft cabin is accessed through a door to port of the companionway immediately aft of the galley.
The cabin provides a large double bunk hanging locker and additional overhead storage shelf.

Aft Heads
The heads compartment is located to starboard of the companionway.
Finished in white throughout the whole compartment is water proof and easily cleaned with the shower head.
Fitted out with marine toilet, discharging overboard or through the holding tank, sink and vanity unit with hot and cold running water and shower head.


Selden aluminium alloy 7/8 fractional mast, deck stepped, with one set of swept-back spreaders
Block & tackle adjusting single wire backstay
Stainless steel wire standing rigging with aluminium rigging protectors (2013)
Tides Marine low-fraction mast track with slides (2016)
Gooseneck replaced 2016
Selden Furlex 200S genoa furler
Selden rod vang adjustable from cockpit
Multi-purchase mainsheet attached via snap shackle to fixed point in cockpit
Spinnaker track on mast with uphaul (no spinnaker pole, spinnaker or additional kit supplied)
Lewmar genoa tracks & cars, adjustable from cockpit

2x Lewmar 30ST 2-speed self-tailing manual primary winches in cockpit
2x Lewmar 16ST 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard winches at companionway

Hyde battened mainsail (2016)
Arun Sails Dacron furling genoa (2007)

Wind shield with opening mid section and side grab-rails
Stainless steel pushpit with gated guardwire
Pushpit mounted stern navigation lamp
Stainless steel pulpit with port and starboard navigation lamps
Stainless steel wire guardrails and stanchions
Outboard bracket on pushpit

Anchoring & Mooring:
Lofrans Royal manual anchor windlass
35lbs CQR anchor with 40m of 8mm galvanised chain
Mooring cleats forward, aft and spring cleat amidships.
Warps & fenders
Fenders and warps

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Stackpack with lazyjacks (2016) – valeted 2018
Grey canvas Sprayhood (2010) – valeted annually
Cockpit tent roll in tubular zipped cover (2010)
Stainless steel frame for cockpit tent
Hatch covers
Vinyl cockpit cushions
Tiller cover


Life saving:
Flarepack (2016)
Echomax radar reflector (2012)

Fire control:
Fire extinguishers

Lying Chichester, UK

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

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Model31 ScandinaviaWaterline length8.26 meters
Tank capacity60Hull typegrp
Designergerman frers
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