- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 11 m
- 3.6 m
- Engine Make
- Draft Max
- 1.9 m
- Engine Model
- Draft Min
- 1.9 m
- Engine Count
- Fin Keel
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
About this Hallberg-Rassy 37
A must see example of the refined Hallberg-Rassy 37 family cruising yacht with a fully documented and receipted service history.
NEW DAWN has benefitted from regular investment and betterment by her meticulous owners, the result is a truly dazzling example of the class.
All interior woodwork in light mahogany matt silk finish. The floor is varnished wood with inlaid holly stripes. The saloon ceiling has panelling with mahogany stripes and ceilings in remainder of boat have ivory headlining. Cushions in blue deluxe upholstery on all berths rest on unvarnished, well ventilated boards to avoid condensation. The boat is carpeted throughout (New 2017). All portholes are fitted with cream curtains. Curtains also under the skylights except in the aft cabin which is fitted with an Ocean Air skyscreen.
All domestic lighting converted to LED in 2016
On the starboard side is an L-shaped 2m long sofa, to port is a straight 1.8m long sofa. Lifting backrests reveal extra stowage or wider sleeping berth. Lee cloths to both settee berths. Between the sofas is a dropleaf table with bottle stowage in centre section. Wempe clock & barometer in chrome. Pioneer stereo radio/CD player with speakers in saloon and in cockpit. Headroom in the saloon is 1.92m/6’ 4’’.
To port with working surfaces in white laminate with all round mahogany fiddle rail. Insulated icebox with Isotherm 12v keel cooled refrigeration unit. Stainless steel double sink with covers. Eno two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven, piezo ignition. All gas pipes and regulator replaced/serviced 2017. Crockery locker and cutlery drawer. Bread board. Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils. Waste bin.
Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate, teak shower grating, Corian countertop. Single lever mixer shower with hose and shower head (New 2017) Mirror. Shower curtain. 12v shower waste pump. Pump action marine toilet. Stainless steel holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out. Cupboard below the washbasin. Ventilation through opening porthole, deck hatch and Electrolux-type ventilator.
Two 2.12m long berths with infill between the berths. Stowage above and below berths and a number of lockers. Hanging locker and vanity unit. Opening skylight with curtain under.
A spacious forward-facing chart table with seat. Electric switch panel to the right of the navigator. Fuel and fresh water gauges. Instrument shelf. Drawers under the chart table and stowage slots.
WALKTHROUGH TO AFT CABIN:
There is a large sealed 2-door access to the engine room in the walkthrough. On the outboard side of the walkthrough there is a hanging locker.
The aft cabin has a hanging locker on starboard and two berths. Sprung mattress. Ocean Air skyscreen. Stowage room below and above. Mirror. Seat between the berths.
Yanmar 4JH4E 54HP 4 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel engine
970 engine hours November 2017
Additional 120 amp Alternator
Saildrive with Flex-o-Fold propeller (Seal replaced 2016)
Diesel capacity 340 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks
Water capacity is 400 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks (New FW pump 2016)
Fuel and fresh water gauges at the chart table
Pressurised hot & cold fresh water system to heads, galley & transom shower
40 litres hot water calorifier heated by 230v supply and the engine’s cooling water
Manual & electric bilge pump
Various engine spares
Engine has been annually serviced by Yanmar dealer, last service Nov 2017
6 x 6v batteries for domestic use
1 x 12v battery for engine start (New 2013)
Emergency start for Yanmar
12v sockets at inner chart table and in the cockpit
230v shore power system with 4 sockets, immersion heater
Mastervolt MASS battery charger 230v/12v/60A, MICC remote
Inverter for laptop/phone charging at chart table
Rutland 914 wind generator with Marlec HRSi regulator (New 2012), refurbished by Marlec 2016
International navigation lights
Lopolight LED tricolour/anchor light at masthead
Webasto Airtop diesel-fired warm air heater, 3.5 kW, with outlets in saloon, forward cabin, heads compartment and aft cabin. All outlets, except in the saloon, can be regulated separately.
Spars And Sails
Double spreader deck stepped rig by Seldén
The mast is supported by a solid mahogany support & the main bulkhead
New running rigging
Jib furling and reefing system Seldén Furlex
3 winches on mast, Lewmar Size 8 for reefing, two Lewmar 16 CST for main and jib halyards
Removable inner forestay
Seldén backstay tensioner
Telescopic spinnaker pole on track with topping lift
Aluminium rigging screw protection tubes from Seldén
Fully battened Mainsail with Seldén MDS cars and 3 reefs
130% Elvestrom Offshore Genoa (New 2014)
Stack pack mainsail system (New 2013, refurbished 2017/18) with lazyjacks
Spare mainsail cover
Furling working Jib with UV protection, UV protection renewed 2012
Hank-on storm Jib for inner forestay
Furling asymmetric spinnaker with removable bowsprit
Deck, toerail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor, side trims and bathing platform in teak. (Professionally serviced 2016)
Teak hand rails full length of superstructure
Bow fitting with twin anchor rollers
20kg Delta anchor with 40m 8mm chain
Electric Lewmar anchor windlass (New 2013)
Mooring cleats forward, aft and amidships
Double stainless steel guardwires with entry gates port & starboard
Deck inlets for water and diesel tanks
Genoa and mainsheet tracks with twin blocks
Genoa blocks adjustable from the cockpit
Lewmar 48CST selftailing genoa winches
Winch handle pockets on mast & at steering pedestal
Ceiling hatches to forecabin, heads, saloon and aft cabin
Nine aluminium framed port holes, eight of these are opening
Easy access pulpit and pushpit
Teak pushpit seats
Teak outboard bracket
Integral bathing platform in transom
Protective brass strips to cleats and entry gates
Permanent windscreen with opening centre section
Sprayhood (new 2014) and spare sprayhood for winter
Cockpit tent (new 2014) and spare for winter
Cover for steering wheel/compass
Teak cockpit table, unvarnished
3 Stainless steel mushroom vents
Hyde covered steering (New hide 2016)
Glass holder in cockpit for 2 glasses
2 gas cylinders
8 fenders, various warps
Antifoul grit blast and reapply 2013
Silva steering compass on binnacle
Raymarine ST60 speed, depth & wind displays
Raymarine ST60 graphic at chart table
Raymarine ST7001G autopilot with Type 1 linear drive
Raymarine E80 multi function display in cockpit
Raymarine 2kW radar scanner mounted on mast
Raymarine AIS 650 transceiver (new 2012)
Raymarine 240E class D DSC VHF, 2 handsets, 2 speakers
Raymarine Smart Controller
Furuno NX 300 Navtex
DSC Pacific antenna (DSC/GSM/VHF/TV/SSB/AM/FM)
External antenna & wiring in place for satphone (phone not included)
Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd recommend that all safety equipment is inspected by suitably qualified personnel before use. Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd provide no guarantees or warrantees for safety equipment supplied with their listings.
BFA Liferaft 4 man in container (Service until Apr 2018)
Raymarine Lifetag wireless system with 2 wrist attachments
Echomax radar reflector
McMurdo EPIRB GPS 406MHz
Lifelines in webbing on deck
3 x harness attachment points in cockpit
Lifebuoy, Danbuoy, Lifesling
3 fire extinguishers
Gas alarm, smoke alarm
In date gas certificate.
Following the success of the Hallberg-Rassy 36, the new Hallberg-Rassy 37 is an exercise in all round optimization under Hallberg-Rassy experienced direction.
The hull with a much longer waterline makes better use of its hull measurements. This was carefully allocated to different areas of the deck, cockpit, and interior for important gains in comfort.
The structural layout and lamination were further improved with the use of special glass fabrics attaining a higher glass content of the laminate, thus a stiffer and stronger yet lighter hull and deck.
A further boost was given to the performance thanks to the new efficient hull lines, having a much longer waterline and an optimum prismatic and mid section coefficients to match very well the power of modern rig and sail geometry.
All in all the HR37 is a safe, pleasing looking yacht to sail.
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