- PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATION -
This is one of the last Hallberg-Rassy 39's built, she combines modern styling and a performance hull but still retains that timeless elegance that is the hallmark of the range. Two very generous double cabins, a spacious saloon, and plenty of storage space, provides for comfortable passages. She is fully equipped and ready to go with her new owner.
PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATION / Hallberg-Rassy 39 Scandinavia, built in 2002, Hull no. 205, LOA 12.22m (40'1), beam 3.76m (12'3), draft 1.85m (6'1), built by Hallberg-Rassy in Sweden, designed by German Frers, CE certificate and a CE plaquette for category A (unlimited ocean voyages), Germanischer Lloyd AG classified, GRP hull, deck and superstructure, overall teak decks, perspex windows in stainless steel frames, round bilged hull, displacement approx. 10 tons, ballast approx. 4.2 tons lead, fuel capacity approx. 376 litres (83 Imp gallons) in two stainless steel tanks, fresh water capacity approx. 450 litres (99 Imp gallons) in two stainless steel tanks, sump tank capacity approx. 60 litres (13 Imp gallons), black water tank with deck discharge, Whitlock mechanical wheel steering, emergency tiller.
Classic mahogany interior. Accommodation for five persons in two cabins and saloon. Double bedded owner's cabin aft, V-berth cabin forward, single berth in saloon, Alcantara seatings, wc/showerroom with manual toilet and shower. Galley with fridge, seperate freezer, Force 10, 2-burner stove with oven, gas detector, sea and fresh water 50l/min pump.
Webasto 3500 heating, electric water pressure system, foot water pump, hot water heater.
Sloop rig, Selden aluminum mast, Selden furling genoa system. Backstay adjuster Selden. Spinnaker pole mounted on mast. Sails: furling mainsail MaxFurl GS320, genoa crosscut GS380, 46sqm, storm jib 23sqm, Gennaker with removable bowsprit, Selden mechanical boomvang. Winches> 2 x 54 CEST Genoa,
Volvo Penta D2-55 55 hp diesel, consumption approx. 5 litres (1.1 Imp gallons) per hour at cruising speed, mechanical gearbox, 110 ah engine alternator, stainless steel propeller shaft, Gori 3-bladed propeller, manual bilge pump, electric (automatic) bilge pump, 12/220v electric system, 4x 140 ah service batteries, 1x 80 ah start battery, 1x battery for windlass and bowthruster with separate charger, shore power with cable, Mastervolt 12V/60A battery charger, Mass Sine 12V/2000W/230V inverter, 6 hp electric bowthruster.
Autopilot ST7000 with remote, GSM/Radio/CD Blaupunkt, Raytheon ST 60 Log/Wind and multi display, ST 60 Wind, Radar mounted on backstay with Radar / Plotter display RL80RC Plus, DSC Pacific Antenna, VHF Sailor A1 DSC with MMSI,
Ocean electric windlass with remote control at helm, double anchor roller, CQR anchor with 10mm, 50mts. chain, boarding ladder, boarding platform, biminitop, hot/cold deck shower on platform, fresh water deck wash, fenders, lines, spare parts, clock and barometer, cockpit table, Liferaft Autoflug 6 pers, teak seats and outboard mount on pushpit, stereo cockpit speakers, gas locker with gas bottles,
The Hallberg-Rassy 39 was built from 1991 tol 2003. A total of 219 boats were built. This is a yacht with two very generous double cabins and a vast toilet compartment. The interior is fabulously roomy and allows for excellent space for her crew. The layout offers plenty of storage and provides excellent comfort.
We quote Cruising World, USA, November 1995 issue about HR 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."
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