• Hallberg-Rassy 39
  • Hallberg-Rassy 39
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  • Hallberg-Rassy 39
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Hallberg-Rassy 39

Daydream

  • EUR 130.000,-IVA incl.
  • Daydreamnome della barca
  • 1992anno
  • 11,85 m x 3,76 mlunghezza x larghezza
  • 1,85 mpescaggio
  • 10000 kgpeso
  • 2 cabinenumero cabine
  • 7 cuccettenumero cuccette
  • Volvo MD22 59hpmotore
  • Dieselcarburante
  • 370 lserbatoio combustibile
  • 5500 hore moto

Ubicazione

Italia » Tuscany


Altri dettagli

A lovingly maintained and much-upgraded example of the very popular German Frers designed centre cockpit Hallberg-Rassy.

FURTHER BROKER?S COMMENTS:

DAYDREAM is hull nr. 16 is this hugely successful German Frers series design with just three owners since new and the last since 2003. Lovingly maintained she comes with a comprehensive inventory with highlights such as:
Teak deck replaced in 2012
Standing rigging replaced in 2006.
Solar panels
B&G Vulcan 9?? chart plotter
B&G Triton 2 NMEA 2000 wind, depth and log
Raymarine AIS650 Transponder
Raython radar
Webasto heating system
Bow boarding ladder
Bathing platform with telescopic 5 steps bathing ladder ? 2015

MANUFACTURER?S COMMENTS:

Hallberg-Rassy 39 was built from 1991 until 2003. A total of 209 boats were built. Number 1-54 between 1991 and 1994 were the Mark I, number 55-209 were Mark II 1994-2. The difference between Mk I and Mk II is mainly that the Mk I has a traditional transom and the Mk II a developed transom with built in bathing platform. The rest of the hull, keel, rudder, and sailplan remained the same.

CONCEPT
This is a yacht with two very generous double cabins and a vast toilet compartment. You often hear that every boat is 1 m too short. This does not apply to the Hallberg-Rassy 39. There are not too many berths, but the interior is fabulously roomy and allows for excellent elbow space for her crew. Someone said that the HR 39 is the world's most perfect 36-footer. That says a lot about the concept of the Hallberg-Rassy 39.

COMFORTABLE INTERIOR
The layout offers much storage and provides excellent comfort. The interior allows for some special solutions like the famous Hallberg-Rassy Chairs in the saloon. These were introduced by Hallberg-Rassy in 1984 and many boat yards around the world have tried to copy these. The aft cabin can be built with two separate berths or a queen size berth at starboard and a L-sofa at port. The galley is seagoing and does not interfere with the natural flow through the boat. Storage throughout the boat is generous.

QUOTES FROM YACHTING MAGAZINES
Cruising World magazine, USA, about the Hallberg-Rassy 39 :
"...this yacht has the proper makings of an offshore cruising yacht. Below, the mahogany interior is flawlessly joined and meticulously finished, a hallmark of Hallberg-Rassy yachts... Not readily visible are the telltale signs of Hallberg-Rassy's above-average engineering and building methods, lurking unseen behind the fine joinery below. The builder's reputation for excellence translates into good resale value.... My experience with Hallberg-Rassy has convinced me that sailboats can make beautiful, safe homes. If comfortable passages, solid construction, elegance and attention to detail make sense, then so does the Hallberg-Rassy 39."


SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:
Hull constructed of single piece GRP moulding.
Isophthalic gelcoat and isophtalic polyester resin for lamination
Hand lay-up method, insulated with PVC-foam against heat and cold except in the keel area which is solid laminate.
Round bilge with stub keel as part of canoe body moulding providing form stiffness.
Strong under structural floor and stringer reinforcements, fully bonded to the hull.
Plywood bulkheads full laminate to hull and deck mouldings on both sides.
Integrated sugar scoop style transom with boarding platform.
Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip.
Strong engine GRP foundation for effective sound insulation
Deck Construction:
Deck and coachroof areas and also cockpit are of sandwich construction, solid in parts, laminated to the hull.
Deck, coachroof, aft deck, toerail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and side trims in top quality teak.
Self draining gas locker integrated under side deck
Full width integrated lazarette locker.
Bathing platform with bathing ladder

Keel & Rudder:
Bolt on lead external ballast keel.
15 stainless steel 24mm bolts securing keel.
Semi-balance skeg hung rudder.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta MD 22, 59hp.
4-cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.
Volvo Penta gear box.
Single lever morse type cockpit controls with ignition panel.

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine running hours 5,500 hours (end of 2020)
Last service September 2020.

Propulsion & Steering:
3 blade fixed prop.
Fixed prop aboard as a spare
Stainless steel propeller shaft
Solimar wheel steering system.
Hide covered stainless steel wheel.
Emergency tiller steering system.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Onboard Systems:
240VAC shore power system
12VDC onboard power system

Shore Power system:
240AC system powered by shore power connection or onboard inverter
Sockets throughout interior.
12v DC domestic and engine systems

Battery Banks:
Engine bank ? 1x 12v
Domestic bank ? 3x 12v for a 420Ah output

Charging:
Sterling 40Amp battery charger

Inverter:
Sterling 40Amp 300vDC Inverter

Alternator:
Single 60Ah engine mounted alternator

Battery Monitoring:
NASA BM battery monitoring system

Other:
Solar panel with controller

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
Fully pressurised hot and cold water system.
Hot and cold faucets provided in Galley and heads.
Shower provided in heads.
Manual foot pump in galley.
Insulated calorifier, heated from engine or 240v immersion heater element ? 2018

Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump located in saloon
Electric bilge pump manually switched from panel at bridge deck.

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Twin stainless steel tanks.
370 litres capacity total capacity
Single deck filler.
Fuel gauge at navigation station.

Fresh Water:
Two stainless steel tanks located under the floor the main one with 300 litres and an extra tank under settee with 150 liltres
Combined tank capacity 430 litres.

Gauges
Analogue gauges displaying at nav station.
Fuel
Fresh Water
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Cockpit:
B&G Vulcan 9?? R Series chartplotter
B&G Triton 2 wind/depth/log NMEA 2000
Rayamrine ST7002 control head at pedestal.

At Chart Table:
SIMRAD 1540 repeater
Raytheon R21X RADR
NAVTEX

Communications Equipment:
B&G V50 DSC VHF in the cockpit.
AIS provided by the dual channel receiver in the VHF radio

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Eno Grand Large. Gas-fired galley stove with 2 burners and oven - 2014
12vDC Top loading built-in fridge with ice box.
Double stainless steel sinks with single faucet providing hot and cold water
Mono-tap mixer faucet.
GAS detector
Fire extinguishers
Fire Blanket
Clock and Baromether

Heads:
Single heads forward.
Jabsco manual marine toilet.
Porcelain wash hand basin with hot and cold faucets.
Wash hand basin mixer faucet and shower fitting.
Shower stall provided with electric pump out.

Heating & Ventilation:
Webasto diesel fired blown air heater mounted in machinery space.
Thermostatic cabin controller.
Outlets in forward cabin, heads, saloon and aft cabin.
Deck ventilators provided, forward cabin and aft cabin.

Lighting:
LED lighting throughout interior.
Overhead lighting in all cabins
Reading lights in way of bunks and saloon settees

Entertainment:
CD/Radio head unit
Speakers in saloon and in the cockpit

ACCOMMODATION





Summary of Accommodation:
Maximum of 7 berths in double cabin forward, master double cabin aft with additional occasional bunks port & starboard in saloon. Single heads forward. Fitted carpet throughout.

Accommodation Finish:
All interior woodwork in light mahogany with a matt silk finish
Locker doors with rounded edges and larger locker doors louvered for ventilation.
Floors are varnished wood with inlaid holly stripes
Saloon and aft cabin ceilings have panelling of mahogany strips
Upholstery bases and mattresses 12cm thick with back rests 5cm thick.
Curtains fitted for all skylights and portholes.
Solid handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
Laminate surfaces for galley
White laminate surfaces for heads
Deluxe Ting light blue cloth upholstery in accommodation cabins

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Two single berths in v-configuration.
In-fill section to create large double berth.
Ample stowage above and below bunks with dresser unit to starboard aft.
Large deck hatch for ventilation.

Forward Heads:
Accessible from passage way to forward cabin
Bulkheads and lockers in white formica
China sink set into counter top
Teak sole grating
Separate shower with watertight shower stall with curtain to protect varnish door.
Large mirror
Manual marine heads.
Cupboards below washbasin and outboard.
Ventilation via opening hatch

Main Saloon:
Saloon with bench seating to starboard and L-shaped bench seat to port.
Seating back rests hinge up to increase bunk width.
Lee cloths fitted for port and starboard bunks
Saloon table with folding leafs and bottle stowage within
Headroom approx. 1.91m
Storage provided in lockers overhead, outboard of seating.
Single large opening deck hatch centrally.
Portlights in coachroof sides outboard, 2 opening.

Galley:
Aft of saloon to starboard in L-shaped configuration.
Laminate counter tops with varnished mahogany fiddle rail all around.
Gas galley stove, 2 burner, oven and grill.
Double stainless steel sinks with pressurised water.
Cupboards and drawers for food and utensil stowage.

Navigation Station:
Forward facing chart table with dedicated seat positioned aft of saloon to port.
Shelf space and spaces for navigation instruments.
Chart storage within table and 4 drawers beneath.
Counter top aft of navigators seat with small shelved locker beneath.
Electric panel, tank gauges, VHF, Plotter and multi repeater.

Walkthrough to aft cabin:
Access to engine space by two insulated and sealed doors.
Single hanging locker outboard.

Aft/Master Cabin:
Double berth to starboard with memory foam custom made mattress topper.
Spacious single berth to port.
Hanging locker on portside forward.
Stowage above and below berths.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Double spreader masthead sloop rig by Selden
Slab reefing mainsail, 2 reefs, managed at mast
Selden Furlex genoa roller reefing system
Selden rod kicker.
Discontinuous stainless steel wire standing rigging with chromed bronze turnbuckles all replaced with new 2006.
Aluminium rigging screw protection tubes.
Spinnaker poole.
Lewmar tracks and cars for mainsheet and genoa.
Lazyjacks for mainsail.

Winches:
Primary Winches ? 2 x 52 self-tailing, two-speed.
2x Lewmar 16, self-tailing, two-speed winches.
Mast Reefing Winch ? 2x Lewmar 40, single speed.

Sails:
Fully battened Mainsail
Furling Genoa
Cruising chute

General:
Bow boarding ladder
Passerelle
Bathing platform with telescopic 5 steps ? 2015
Radar reflector

Anchoring & Mooring:
Lofrans 12VDC anchor windlass.
Foot button controls on foredeck.
Vulcan Rocna anchor 20kg
65m, 10mm anchor chain.
Selection of mooring warps.
Selection of fenders.
Canvas Work:
Bimini +
Awning
Sprayhood ? 2016
Cockpit Tent
Lazyjack

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, 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 owners specific needs.

Life saving:
Liferaft ? Viking Rescue-You 4 person cannister liferaft.


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying Tuscany, Italy

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.

Lead Broker: Michele Antonini ? Grabau International (Italia)
Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
Email: #########@grabauinternational.com


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