This is one of Hallberg Rassy's very best cruisers with a re-design of the proven HR38 encompassing even better performance and handling capabilities.Inventory
Cushions & Plath magnetic compass in steering stand.
Garmin 230 GPS Map
At Nav table:
Furuno Navtex NX-300
Furuno GPS/WAAS Navigator
ICOM DSC VHF IC-M421
Electric windlass with foot button controller
Manual bilge pump
Auto bilge pump
Pulpit, pushpit & guard-wire
Sprayhood- (requires replacement)
Flatscreen TV (operates from shorepower)
S/s boarding ladder with bathing platform is s/s and teak
Various warps and fenders
Various engine spares
Cutlery, crockery & utensils
Clock, barometer & temperature
Radio/ CD player with speakers
S/s davits by Simpson
3hp Johnson outboard- 2006
Cockpit cover (requires replacing)
Cushions for cockpit
Six person life raft - next service due
Life jackets x 8- may require service
1 x Automatic and 1 x manual fire extinguisher
Electronic switch on gas detector
HALLBERG RASSY 382 built in 1986.
Quality-build, long distance cruising yacht by Hallberg Rassy Vars AB, to designs by Christoph Rassy/Olle Enderlein
Teak deck - cleaned and treated November 2015
White hull with blue stripe
Long fin keel
Hull anti-fouled Summer 2014
LOA: 11.62m (38'1")
BEAM: 3.64m (11'11")
DRAFT: 1.84m (6')
DISPLACEMENT: 9000kg (19840lbs)
Part 1 British RegistryMachinery
VOLVO MD22C 50HP DIESEL
Four cylinders, fresh water cooling
Cruising speed: 6 knots, max speed: 7 knots
Fuel consumption: approx. 3 litres/hr
Range: 600 nm @ 6 knots approx
2:1 reduction gearbox. 3-blade prop. Shaft drive
Engine rebuilt- 2011 by Volvo agents.
Approx 50 hours since rebuild
New exhaust system- 2011
Three 12v batteries, (2008)
Engine alternator charging + 240v battery charger
Fuel capacity: 1 x 140 ltr, 1 x 80 ltr.
Water capacity: 580 litres (153 US gallons)
Black tank: approx. 100 litres
Pressurised hot and cold water system.
Water heating via engine & 240v immersion.
All figures approximateRig
Aluminium spars by Selden
S/S standing rigging (last replaced ?)
In mast mainsail reefing
Furling headsail- Furlex
Selden spinnaker gear
Gas strut kicker
Mainsheet traveler aft of cockpit
Some running rigging replaced
Two Lewmar 52
Three Lewmar 44 self-tailing halyard winches
Lewmar 30 self-tailing genoa furling winch
Dacron main by Kemp- age?
Dacron genoa by Kemp- age?
Tri radial spinnaker- ?
Asymmetric spinnaker- ?Accommodation
SLEEPS SIX IN THREE CABINS
OWNERS AFT CABIN
The spacious owners cabin has two berths (one extra wide at 105cm) with storage under and an infill to create an enormous double berth, large deck hatch, hanging wardrobe (with removable shelf) and portholes in hull side.
FORWARD CABIN (double guest cabin): two comfortable berths (easily converted to a double with infill) with stowage beneath
Large deck hatch and two side port holes.
To port is an unusually roomy TOILET COMPARTMENT with a Blakes marine toilet, shower and porcelain washbasin sunk into the counter top.
Opposite heads are two large hanging wardrobes with port hole above for light and ventilation.
Straight settee to starboard and 'L'-shaped settee to port, each with lifting seat back to provide a large single berth and excellent stowage beneath and above.
Large saloon table with drinks storage in centre.
Extra-large deck hatch for light and ventilation with port holes in the hull.
Aft on the saloon, to starboard, is U-shaped GALLEY, equipped with a Broadwater Marine 2 burner gas cooker oven & gril (electric gas switch), 12v fridge and two s/s sinks, hot & cold pressurised water.
There is storage below and above work tops, galley vents and a port hole.
To port is the NAVIGATION STATION with chart locker, drawers, electric switch panel (with volt meter, water and fuel gauges, circuit breakers).
In the passageway to the aft cabin, is a work bench with stowage lockers and hanging wardrobe. Good engine access.
Mahogany interior construction.
Royal Blue upholstery
Eberspacher cabin heating.