Halberg Rassey 36 Mark 2, 1999. Immaculate with full electronics inventory. Sailaway condition
HALBERG RASSEY 36 Mk.II Centre Cockpit
Classification Germanischer Lloyd Category A (unlimited ocean)
Carpets throughout, Hallberg Rassey supply, over teak and holly decking
Fire extinguishers throughout accommodation all renewed 2019
6 berths in three cabins.
All upholstery in original matching blue and in excellent condition.
A Vee berth in the forward cabin with an infill to make a double or two singles.
Hanging locker, storage under and to sides
Storage under bunks, hanging cupboard and lockers to sides
Oilskin/hanging locker outside forward cabin opposite toilet entrance. cabin for oilskins etc
Toilet with shower and wash hand basin and toiletries locker immediately aft from forward cabin, shower is drained into a sealed well which is pumped overboard.
Main saloon has seating for 6+ with a double leafed folding table which has a built in bottle storage in the central support.
Two large singles in the main cabin, both provided with lee cloths.
Deckhead fittings for lee cloths in main saloon.
Two opening side windows, one central opening skylight
Ample storage above main settees.
Storage under starboard saloon settee. Port side settee and forward athwartships settees house secondary fuel and water tanks, primary fuel and water tanks under main saloon deck
Radio/CD/USB player with switching for cockpit speakers
A well-equipped galley with a two burner gas hob and oven under gimballed with adjustable fiddles.
Large icebox , new compressor and cold plate 2017.
Sink with Hot and cold pumped water, also manual foot pump, (cold water).
Under unit lighting at side and aft end.
Generous storage in cupboards and drawers.
Nav. station comprehensively equipped (see later).
Walk through to aft cabin to port with access to Engine compartment, hanging locker.
A very large double in the aft cabin. Possible additional small single on the aft cabin settee.
Lockers to cabin sides, hatch to aft deck, hanging locker.
Batteries stowed in aft cabin, 2 domestic 110 amp under main bunk, one engine start
At main nav. Station.
Battery and engine start and bow thrust isolating switches.
Main electrical 12 volt distribution panel
Central heating controller.
Simrad NSS12 Chart plotter with AIS overlay.
Ramarine radar display RL800 Pathfinder. New 2004
Depth and speed display, combined unit. Autohelm 6000
Garmin 108 GPS
Simrad A150 AIS transponder, linked to chart display.
VHF, Simrad, DSC RS82 , with switchable cockpit speaker
Chart table with stowage under
4 drawers to side, stowage under chart table seat
240 volt socket from inverter
On Deck from forward
12 mm teak decking throughout except over E.R. access hatch, (forward in cockpit) which has a teak grating over.
Stemhead roller with 45 lb. CQR anchor and 50 metres of 8mm short link chain ( new 2019) managed by a Lofrans electric windlass with deck foot switches and remote radio control. (See bow thrust).
Furlex 300S roller reefing for Genoa.
Hatch to anchor locker and another to the Forward Cabin, ventilator for forward cabin..
Coachroof ventilator for toilet.
Opening hatch over saloon.
Lines to mast for spinnaker, main and genoa with spares and working lines, messengers for all lines not in use with cordage stowed below.
2 x Single speed Lewmar 16CST winches on mast.
Dorade vents port and starboard to saloon.
Roller reefing furling winch to aft end mast, alternative control of same from cockpit by endless whip.
Life raft stowage position if required immediately in front of screen.
Hatch to main saloon.
Glass screens (3), one opening to cockpit for ventilation.
Teak grating over engine hatch, (sealed for major work only)
Cockpit tent by Halberg Rassey. (unused)
Cockpit Spray hood by Halberg Rassey
Reefing lines for mainsail and outhaul for same to a two speed Lewmar winch on port.
Two speed self-tailing Lewmar 48CST sheet winches to port and starboard.
Genoa track control lines on deck adjacent to cockpit.
Speed, depth and wind indicators above main hatch.
Speakers for Saloon radio/CD player
VHF speaker from unit at chart table
2 x 12volt sockets, mounting bracket for small chart plotter
Cabling for a radar display to port side, (note this cable is unused in the current ownership and must be properly verified)
Bow thrust controls are deck mounted adjacent to the steering pedestal (P&S) but are also wirelessly controlled by a hand held unit which can also control the anchor windlass.
Steering pedestal with Engine start and instrumentation, autopilot controls, compass and bow thrust isolator.
Large locker under cockpit seating starboard, also contains battery management unit fitted new 2017, which can be interrogated via a smart phone app.
Coastal flares kit new December 2019, (moved to main cabin for the winter)
Main sheet controls are immediately aft of cockpit, 6:1.
Gas locker is adjacent to cockpit on starboard side, space for 2 x 6kg calor bottles, plus, drains overside.
Aft of cockpit, hatch to aft cabin, ventilator to aft cabin..
Large lazarete locker, seating at rail port and starboard large kedge anchor in locker, (unused, warp stowed under forward cabin bunk port side).
Access to swimming platform.
Liferaft stowed on aft rail in purpose built cradle. Serviced 2020
Mooring lines and fenders as seen
Two life buoys one each port and starboard aft railing with automatic lights.
Cockpit table and washboards in dedicated stowage in main cockpit locker.
Outboard engine stowage unit to aft rails.
Volvo, 4 Penta D22-55 4 cylinder, fresh water cooled driving a 3 blade fixed pitch propeller.
Fire suppression unit with automatic operation. .
30 (??) Litre hot water tank with both engine and immersion for heating water.
Webasto Airtop 3500 warm air central heating.
Battery charging from main engine or shore power via a Victron 50 amp charger, (New 2017) interrogated remotely via Smartphone App.
Cockpit scupper and deck drain valves
Raw cooling water filter basket
220 volt Mains distribution panel
Bilge pump serving the keel void
Volvo shaft seal
All tanks are stainless steel.
Fresh water in two tanks 310 litres total arranged as upper, ( under port side settee, main saloon) and lower (above keel abaft mast step.)
Diesel 345 litres similarly arranged with 180 litres in upper tank, under port side settee and balance in tank in keel bilge.
Both fuel and water tanks are designed with valves to allow the upper tanks to act as reserve fuel whilst running on lower tankage, gauges are fed from lower tank in each case..
Holding tank 60 litres (approximately) located in locker outboard aft in toilet/shower space, drains overboard when permitted or can be isolated for seagoing use.
Water filter fitted to main cabin sink supply, element renewed 2019
Mast & Sails
Selden mast, boom and rigging.
Furlrex 300S genoa reefing
In mast roller reefed Main renewed 2012
Genoa original inventory in very good used condition.
Asymmetric Spinnaker with snuffer as supplied at newbuild, unused in present ownership.
There is a TV aerial at the masthead which is cabled to the locker in the main saloon behind the radio. This installation has never been used by the present owner and would need to be verified.
Wind direction and speed transmitter.
Spinnaker pole at mast.
Boat has been ashore annually for approximately six/eight weeks on each occasion, hull high pressure washed, rubbed down and two coats good quality antifouling applied each time.
Hull above water and coach roof cleaned and polished before re-launching.
Rope cutter, bow thrust, rudder and cutlass bearing inspected for wear.
GALLEY AND INVENTORY
The galley inventory is not listed but comprises enough crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment for 4 persons, all consumables have been removed.
Boat is priced for a quick sale as Owner is retiring from sailing hence the very extensive inventory boat is offered in sailaway condition.
It is planned to lift the boat on 31st January for annual underwater maintenance and hull paint (underwater) and polish (above water), which are intended to be at current owners expense.
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