Hallberg-Rassy 34

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Sales price & specifications

Price € 84.500
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Length (m) 10.80
Width (m) 3,42
Draft (m) 1,85
Building year 1992
Material GRP
Brand Hallberg-Rassy
Location Bruinisse

Hallberg-Rassy 34

A well maintained Hallberg Rassy with no teak deck, a new engine and a lot of other improvements. In 2017 the engine was replaced by a Beta Marine 30 pk. Beta marine engines are marinized Kubota engines. These engines can be found in forklift trucks and excavators all over the world. They are very reliable and spare parts are easy to come by. In 2019 a new diesel heater and autopilot (Raymarine EV-100 with remote control) were installed. In 2020 a new 130% genua and high aspect jib were acquired. Come and see here in Bruinisse.

General

Hallberg-Rassy 34
Built in 1992 by Hallberg-Rassy Varv, Sweden
Designed by German Frers
Building number 45
GRP hull and superstructure
Mast height from WL 15,50 mtr
Round bilged
New paint deck, cockpit and superstructure (2015)
Displacement approx. 5300kg
Ballast approx. 2100kg

Accommodation

Classic mahogany interior
Blue / grey upholstery
2 cabins + saloon
6 berths
1 x manual u.w. toilet
Shower
Neptune matrasses in front cabin
Heating system (2019) diesel

Galley with boiler hot water system
Electric waterpressure system
12v fridge
Eno three burner gasstove + oven
2x sink

Motor, Electric & water

Beta marine 30 HP diesel (2017)
Approx. 95 engine hours
Indirect cooling system
Mechanical gearbox
Two bladed folding propeller
Saildrive (manchet 2017)

Approx. 155 ltrs. diesel tank
Approx. 255 ltrs. fresh water tank

12v / 220v electrical system
1x starting battery (2017)
2x 12V / 240V service batteries (2017)
1x battery for windlass (2017)
Battery charger (2015)
Battery monitor (2015)
Shore power + cable

Rigging

Sloop-rigged (new rigged in 2014)
Selden aluminium stoway mast
Lewmar 43ST sheetwinches
Lewmar 16 halyardwinches
Spi-pole
Deck organizers (2015)
Genua turning blocks (2015)
Stoppers (2015)
Adjustable genua rails / cars (2015)
Running rigging (2016)

Hagoort Main sail + cover (2014)
Genua (2020)
High aspect jib (2020)
Storm jib
Spinnaker

Navigation & Electronic

Compass
Navigation lights (need service)
Autohelm multi depth / log (log need service)
Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2000 VHF (2015)
VHF outside + speaker (2016)
Raymarine touchscreen chartplotter GPS (2015)
Raymarine EV-100 autopilot (+ spare actuator)
Raymarine SL70C Radar
Raymarine windmeter (2015)

Equipment

Sprayhood + cockpitcover (2014)
Boarding ladder
Clock / hygrometer / thermometer
Tiller steering
JVC Radio CD / player
Fenders + lines
Lewmar electric windlass
Anchor + chain
Manual bilge pump

New paint in engine room (2017)
Underwatership stripped and put in coppercoat (2018)

The following items have been replaced/renewed over the last few years:

• 2014 New mainsail by Hagoort
• 2014 Standing rigging renewed
• 2014 New cockpit cover
• 2014 New main sail cover
• 2015 New Victron accu monitor
• 2015 New Sterling battery charger
• 2015 New marifoon Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2000 VHF
• 2015 New Raymarine touchscreen plotter
• 2015 New Raymarine wind meter
• 2015 Teak deck removed, deck, superstructure and cockpit painted.
• 2015 New deck organisers
• 2015 New adjustable genua rails / cars
• 2015 New genua turning blocks
• 2015 All stoppers replaced
• 2016 Running rigging replaced
• 2016 New VHF outside + new loudspeaker
• 2017 New motor beta marine 30 hp
• 2017 Sail drive manchet replaced
• 2017 Engine room painted and isolated.
• 2017 New start accu.
• 2017 New service accu's (240 Ah, separate accu for anchor winch)
• 2018 Underwater hull stripped bare and painted in copper coat.
• 2019 New diesel heating
• 2019 New Raymarine EV-100 autopilot (+ spare actuator)
• 2020 New genua and new high aspect jib

The HR 34, features an aft cockpit, a nimble fin-keel hull shape and a fractional rig. Introduced in 1990, the 34 remained in production until 2005 with more than 500 boats launched, making it one of the company's best sellers. The hull is solid fiberglass with the sections above the waterline with Divinicell core. The hull is well supported by a grid system of fiberglass floors and stringers. There is a deep bilge sump. The lead keel is attached on a diagonal to a short stub with 10 stainless steel bolts. The large fiberglass rudder is wrapped around a beefy stainless steel stock with heavy-duty roller bearings. The hull-and-deck joint is mechanical and chemical and fiberglassed over to prevent leaks. The mast is deck-stepped.

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