- 11 m
- 11.7 m
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- Draft Max
- 5.5 m
- Draft Min
- 1.7 m
- Engine Make
- Volvo Penta
- Fin Keel
- Engine Model
- MD 22P
- Hull Material
- Engine Count
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
- Transworld Yachts
- Broker Office
- Transworld Yachts
- Contact Name
- Stephen Whatley
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About this Hallberg-Rassy 36
TheHallberg-Rassy 36 Mk I is a fantastic cruising boat with interior space and sea keeping characteristics that belie her <11 LOA. The centre cockpit layout contributes to the 'big boat' feel affording the helmsman a commanding position from the helm and allowing for a large aft cabin below decks.
Beautiful Dreamer benefits from recent standing rigging and battery replacement in 2020. The hull has now been blasted back to original gelcoat and two layers of epoxy primer and two coats of antifoul applied.
Beautiful Dreamer is lying ashore at Hamble Point Marina and will be a lovely yacht for cruising couples and families alike. She is now in her final phase of preparation and is available for viewing now!Accommodation
Mahogany wood work finished in a silk hand-rubbed varnish. Curtains to all sky lights and portlights and removable carpet throughout. All lockers doors louvered and all bunk tops drilled ensuring a constant flow of air through the boat and minimising the effects of condensation.
FORECABIN: Double V-shaped berth. Shelving and lockers above berths and stowage beneath. Shelf with fiddles and locker to starboard. Opening skylight and reading lamps.
HEADS to port. Marine WC with holding tank and teak grated shower stall. Deck pump out for holding tank. Porcelain wash hand basin with shower attachment and mirror over. Lockers underneath basin and behind head. Portlight and opening skylight. Hangling locker outside and opposite heads compartment.
SALOON: L-shaped sofaberth to port and straight berth to starboard. Lifting backrests provide a wider berth when in use and excellent stowage for bedding etc when not. Lockers and shelving above berths. Centreline dropleaf table with opening centre section. Opening skylight and portlights. Ships clock and barometer on main bulkhead.
GALLEY to starboard with double stainless steel sink. Hot and cold pressurised water Refrigerated ice box with Frigoboat 12v compressor. Force 10 with 2-burner, grill and oven. Stowage above and below work surfaces and drawers for cutlery etc.
NAV. TABLE to port with lift up chart table top and drawers under. Instrument console and switch panel for circuit breakers etc. Book shelves and binoculars rack. Navigators seat with stowage beneath. Hanging locker and small storage locker behind seat and access to engine compartment in walkway through to
AFT CABIN. Single berth to port and wider berth to starboard. Stowage beneath for batteries, steering cables and emergency tiller. Lockers and shelving above berths and in the form of a hanging locker. Book shelves, reading lamps, portlights and opening skylight.
Volvo Penta MD22 naturally aspirated, fresh water cooled, 4 cylinder marine diesel engine, Volvo reduction gearbox, shaft drive and three blade folding propeller
130 Amp alternator charging service batteries
Webasto cabin heating with outlets in all cabins
280Amp AGM domestic batteries
60Amp starting battery
Battery monitor next to navigators seat
12 V sockets in cockpit and throughout boat
Bilge pumps, electric and manual
100W removable solar panel
220v shore power cable, inlet, ring main and sockets throughout boat.
Mastervolt 35A Battery charger, New 2017
Teak decks. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, and bathing ladder.
Pushpit seat on stbd side.
Stainless steel radar pole on aft deck.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with integrated bow roller for 45 lb CQR and Danforth.
Lewmar anchor windlass with deck switches.
Anchor locker, self-draining. 60m of 9mm chain. 6 x cleats and 2 deck scuppers.
4 skylights and 9 portlights 4 or 5 of which are opening.
Three stainless steel 'mushroom' style vents
2 x dorade ventilators and ventilator in heads compartment.
Self draining gas locker to starboard with room for 2 x 6kg gas bottles.
Lazarette on aft deck for warps and fenders.
Genoa tracks and blocks and mainsheet track by Lewmar.
2 x Lewmar 46 CST selftailing sheet winches.
2 x Lewmar 40 CST Spinnaker winches.
2 x Lewmars CST mast, reefing winches.
Large cockpit locker with stowage slot for washboards and cockpit table.
2 x self draining scuppers.
Steering wheel pedestal with morse engine control and C.Plath steering compass.
Canvas steering wheel pedestal cover
Tempered glass windscreen with opening centre section.
New (2021) sprayhood cover, protecting front part of the cockpit and the companionway.
2 x small chart tables either side of the companionway hatch
Panel above with Tacktick wireless instruments
Steaming light and deck flood light.
Various mooring lines and fenders.
Boat hook, flag staff, emergency tiller,
3 x winch handles.
Sail cover and windex.
Suzuki 2.5hp four stroke outboard
ALL EXTERIOR COATINGS REMOVED DOWN TO GELCOAT MAY 2021
Two coats epoxy primer applied May 2021
Two coats Antifoul applied May 2021
Raymarine E7 hybrid touch chart plotter
Raymarine AIS650 Class B Transponder
Tacktick wireless sailing instruments
Robertson AP200 Sail Autopilot
Raymarine 2kw radar scanner mounted on pole
Icom IC-M423G VHF radio
Furuno Navtex NX-300
LED Navigation lights, steaming lights, tricolour/anchor light and deck light all LED
Mast and spars by Selden, double spreader rig.
Rigging renewed in 2020
Aluminium bottle screw protectors.
Furlex jib furling and reefing system.
Spinnaker track and blocks for stowing pole on mast.
Second inner forestay with mast stowage.
Scott boom lock
2 x Lewmar 16CST self-tailing halyard winches
Outhaul and two reefs
Fully battened mainsail with lazy jacks,
Small jib in laminate cloth
Asymetric spinnaker with snuffler
Transworld Yachts recommend all safety equipment is inspected/tested by a suitably qualified technician to establish condition and suitability for intended use. All safety equipment is sold as seen.
6-person life raft, purchased in 2016(Serviced 2021)
2 x harness attachment points in cockpit
Jackstays on deck
Horseshoe life buoy with drogue
4 spinlock lifejackets equipped with RescueMe GPS/transmitter
Various older lifejackets
I have owned BD since 2006 and bought her following a circumnavigation as part of the Global Challenge in 2004/5. My co-owner Paul Redstone joined me in 2012. She has been constantly on the move since then as we have explored new coastlines and over- wintered in a variety of harbours and countries. There were two previous owners , a German naval officer who bought her new and Ken Davies, who I bought her from.
After a season in the Solent we sailed her up the west coast to Largs which we used as a base for two years to explore the Western Isles and the Outer Hebrides. The following year she over-wintered in Arisaig and we sailed around Cape Wrath to the Orkneys and then across the North sea to Stavanger in Norway. We caught a ‘summer storm ‘ on that crossing and she sailed brilliantly through the final day and night in 40 knots and big seas, all under a clear sky. We were only allowed to stay one year in Norway due to VAT rules, so after a winter near Stavanger we sailed up as far as Bergen and then back down to Gothenberg, Sweden to spend the winter. Subsequently we explored the western archipelago and then sailed down through Denmark , the Kiel Canal, the Friesian islands and the waterways of the Netherlands to Amsterdam. A season in Eastbourne allowed us to complete updates on various boat systems followed by two years based in Jersey exploring the Channel islands, the Normandy coast and the Scillies. The last few years saw us continuing down the coast of France, across Biscay , a winter in A Coruna and then the Atlantic coast of Spain before a 7 day crossing to Lanzarote. Our plans were to sail from there to the Azores and then back to the UK , but Covid and Brexit struck which ruined the plans. New VAT rules would have meant a high cost if we delayed our return to the UK so we asked a professional crew to sail her back . they got as far as A Coruna before the Orca attack occurred. BD returned to A Coruna for repairs and then was freighted back to the UK.
She is a fine boat and we have had sailed many thousands of miles in her. She handles particularly well in a blow and even in high winds is easy to hold on course and light on the helm. Particular highlights for us were the Western isles of Scotland, the trip across to Stavanger, sighting a pod of (friendly!) Orca off Norway and the fabulous anchorage of Havre Gosselin off Sark.
We are selling the boat reluctantly because both of us have acquired medical problems as the years have rolled by and one of us is moving into local politics !Default Disclaimer
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|Drive Transmission Description||Direct|
|Fuel Tanks Capacity||345 liters|
|No of Heads||1|
|Holding Tanks Capacity||60 liters|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade, Bronze, Folding|
|Water Tanks Capacity||310 liters|