- 13 m
- €99,950 (£84,525)
- 3.8 m
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- Draft Max
- 1.9 m
- Draft Min
- 2.0 m
- Engine Make
- Volvo Penta
- Fin Keel
- Engine Model
- MD 31A
- Hull Material
- Engine Count
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- Williams and Smithells
- Broker Office
- Williams and Smithells Ltd
- Contact Name
- Mark Ellyatt
About this Hallberg-Rassy 42
Hallberg Rassy 42 (E) centre cockpit Ketch built 1989 to Enderline design. Powerful, high quality and respected blue water cruising yacht in very long term German ownership. Teak decks, powered by 62hp Volvo (full service end 2019 not used since), Inmast furling main, wing gen, Lewmar winches, Autohelm autopilot. Ashore for sale. VAT paid. Euros 99,950
Price reduced for quick sale - to be sold ashore 'as is where is' following survey if that is required.Construction
Built 1989 by Hallberg Rassy, Sweden
Designed by Enderlein
GRP Hull deck & structure
Teak decks (original)
Encapsulated steel keel ¾ length, deep bilge
Skeg hung rudder
LOA: 42’4 (12.93m)
LWL: 34’6 (10.5)
Beam: 12’5 (3.78m)
Draft: 6'05 (1.85m)
Displacement: 11,500 kg
Ballast: 4.500 kg
Volvo Penta MD 31A 62hp/46kw engine (original)
Hours – unknown on listing.
Last full service 2019 not used since.
3 bladed feathering prop
Approx 8 knots under power
Aerogen 4 12v wind gen
Various domestic batteries – all need replacing
Single engine start battery
220 & 12v systems
Charging via engine, shore, solar and wind.
Fuel: 1 x 250 ltr plastic tank
Water: 1 x 850 ltr metal/inox tank
Holding: No holding tank
Original Ketch rig
Sail area with 100% working jib, Ketch rig is 79m2
All sails old (but serviceable) not the original sails though age unknown.
Slab reefing main, white.
2 x Lewmar 52ST Genoa winches (port side winch is electric)
3 x Lewmar 40 Halyard winches
2 x Lewmar 43 Main winches
2 x Lewmar 8 Mizzen winches
1 x Lewmar 8 Outhaul winch
Accom for 6 in 2 cabins and saloon (see layout end of photos section)
2 double cabins (fore & aft) 2 berths possible in saloon
Teak joinered interior
2 x heads & showers
Average headroom throughout 1.95m
Taylor cabin heating (petrol)
Isotemp 22 ltr calorifier/hotwater system
Taylors 2 burner gas cooker with oven
Double S/S sink
Frigoboat fridge (with integral ice compartment)
Eumenia – Washing machine
Assorted cooking equipment
Lofrans 1500w electric windlass
33kg anchor with 85m 10mm inox chain
Windlass control from helm ‘Quick’
Winter covers (various)
Various warps and fenders
Plotter/GPS – Logic Map 10
Echosounder – Nasa Marine
VHF – Icom IC-706
SSB Shipmate RS8000
Aluminium RIB approx. 3 yrs old and hardly used due to Covid.
Yanmar 15hp outboard
Carried on davits
Manual bilge pump
3 life jackets
The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.
Should you become the new owner of this yacht then the responsibility to re-register or update official bodies for items such as EPIRB, VHF, MMSI or AIS becomes yours.Comments
I dreamed of such a boat the HR 42 for a long time.
In the year 2000, I became aware of an advert offering the HR 42. The family came together to discuss the future of our sailing. I finally sold my Contest 32 to fulfil my dream.
We have sailed in the Mediterranean Sea and anchored in Israel, France, Italy, Turkey, Greece..... Now I'm 77 years old and not as young as I was!
So I decided, after the boat hadn't been moved for 2 years, to sell the boat with a heavy heart.
General historical details on the HR 42 taken from Hallberg Rassy’s online data section for older yachts is available on request.
Hallberg-Rassy 42 (E) was built from 1980 until 1991. A total of 255 hulls were built. She is admired for her clean flush deck and numerous boats have sailed around the globe. Well known Hallberg-Rassy 42E sailors include John Neal from the USA with "Mahina Tiare II" and Rollo Gebhardt from Germany with "Solveig IV". In the beginning, only the ketch rig configuration was offered. Later the sloop version was introduced and in the end almost only sloops rig 42E were built. Mast position was the same, but the sloop had a taller mast and larger genoa sheet winches. The 42 (E) is an Enderlein design and not to be confused withthe Frers designed Hallberg-Rassy 42 (F) that was built between 1991 and 2001.Title Documents And Tax
Listed below are the documents/or copies of what we have seen on listing this yacht.
Current German Flag
(In this current ownership for over 20 years)
Copy German Kaufvetrag (Bill of Sale) (2000)
Copy Hallberg Rassy VAT invoice on first suply (1989)
Copy Germanischer Lloyd build Certificate (1989)
Copy 'Lloyds Register' Hull Construction Certificate (Dec 1988)
Pre dates RCD built before 1998.
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|Drive Transmission Description||Direct|
|Engine Horse Power||62.0|
|No of Heads||2|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|