- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 10 m
- 3.3 m
- Engine Make
- Volvo Penta
- Draft Max
- 1.7 m
- Engine Model
- Draft Min
- 1.7 m
- Engine Count
- Fin Keel
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
About this Hallberg-Rassy 31
Sailing with safety and comfort at a good speed are the main characteristics of the HR 31. Traditional good looks and high build quality but of a modern design.
Interior tastefully finished in selected mahogany with two component matt silk varnish. Well positioned lighting. All upholstery in high quality materials. Curtains to the side windows, and under the skylights. The floor in varnished teak.
Saloon, galley and chart table Two sofas, two metres long and a stable table. Lockers with louvered doors over the sofas and stowage under. White roof accentuated with alongships mahogany stripes. Additional posts at galley and chart table.Headroom 1.86 m in the saloon. Inspection opening for the bilge.
Galley with drawers and cutting board. White working surface with fiddle between sink and ice box. Cooker with oven. Openable window above. Extra deep double sink. Carefully insulated ice box.
Generous chart table on the opposite side with seat and drawers. Pencil holder and instrument shelf in varnished mahogany. Grab handle at chart table and strap for navigator seat.
Fore peak Two berths, 2.12 m long. Generous stowage above and below. Door to the saloon.
Aft cabin Double berth, 2.25 m long where it is longest and 1.62 m wide as widest. Generous wardrobe. Shelf over the berth. Two opening windows. Folding door to the saloon.
The head Bulkheads and cupboards in white laminate. Built-in shower stall with teak grating. Robust pump toilet. Stowage over and under the china basin. Footpump cold water shower. Mirror. Good ventilation through opening window.
Mechanical And Electrical Systems
Volvo Penta MD2020, 3 cyl, 19 Hp
Saildrive gaitor renewed 2017
Volvo 2-bladed folding prop with rope stripper
Batteries: three 85 Ah (one dedicated to start)
Emergency engine start switch
Sterling digital alternator regulator
Sterling Power Management meter (new 2011)
240v shore power with circuit breaker
Four 240v socket in accommodation
Insulated water heater powered by shore power and engine
Plastimo digital battery charger
Domestic and navigation lighting replaced with LCDs 2015
Natural teak side decks
2 Lewmar 40 2-speed self tailing genoa winches (new 2011)
2 Lewmar 24C spinnaker winches
2 Lewmar 16 2-speed halyard winches (all winches overhauled 2015)
Lewmar 8 outhaul winch on mast
4 Spinlock XAS power clutches (new 2015)
4 Rutgerson clutches
Lewmar towable 5:1 genoa cars (new 2015)
Lewmar Pro series electric anchor windlass (new 2011)
Kobra bow anchor with 80m matched chain
Kedge anchor with chain & warp
Outboard bracket on pushpit
Deck fitting for outhaul aft of anchor
Additional brass rubbing strake on transom
12v outlet in cockpit
Deck floodlight on mast
Tricolour at mast head
Fenders and mooring lines
Raymarine C90 Widescreen multi-function chartplotter with Navionics Gold Raymarine radar (new 2011)
Raymarine ST60 Multi
Raymarine 49E DSC VHF with loud speaker in cockpit
Raymarine Lifetag MOB alarm (new 2011) Raymarine AIS Transceiver (new 2011) Raymarine AIS 500 Transceiver (new 2011) Moerer Navtex
Navigation equipment in cockpit:
Raymarine ST60 Multi/ Depth/ Wind/ Speed instruments Suunto steering compass
Raymarine ST4000+ tiller autopilot
Spars And Sails
Anodised aluminium fractional rig by Selden
Most of the running rigging replaced spring 2015
Standing rigging replaced 2017
Selden Furlex jib furling system
Mainsail (new 2012)
Genoa (new 2015)
Working Jib (older but little used)
Spinnaker (older but undamaged)
Lazy jack/stack pack system
Ocean Safety Charter 4-man canister (new 2015)
Horseshoe buoy with strobe light.
Fuel cut off valve in sail locker
Smoke detector in aft cabin
Plastimo gas detector
Tender And Outboard
Seago 2.4 m inflatable dinghy Honda 2Hp 4-stroke outboard
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