- €74,500 (£65,382)
- 94 Special
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 9.4 m
- 3.3 m
- Draft Max
- 1.2 m
- Huizen, Jachthaven Huizerhoofd
- Hull Material
- RB Ref
About this Hallberg-Rassy 94 Special
The Hallberg Rassy 94 is a tough and seaworthy motorsailor. Some examples of this type have even sailed around the world. The ship is excellent to sail, but is also a pleasant motorboat. A short mast is available for this purpose. This ship is very clean and is one of the last built HR 94. The ship was made to measure by the first owner at the shipyard. This gives the ship unique characteristics that no other HR 94 has. The headroom is very spacious with 1.93. The front cabin has been extended to create a bed with a length of 2.20 meters. There are new mattresses laid in the point. Port side in the point is an extra cabinet made. In the saloon the chart table is mounted towards the benches and a quarterbed is made with a bed length of 2.00 meters. This can be closed with a curtain. The doghouse is equipped with a removable convertible roof. This creates a lot of light. At the doghouse there is a short cockpit tent and a long cockpit tent over the entire cockpit. The VAT is demonstrably paid. The ship is registered in the Dutch Kadaster.
Name ship Grote Beer, Hallberg Rassy 94 Cutter, length 9.40 m, width 3.25 m, draught 1.15 m, year of construction 1994, construction number 190, builder Hallberg Rassy AB, designer Olle Enderlein, s-frame, long keel, polyester, teak deck, waterdisplacement 5.200 kg, ballast 1.800 kg, steering wheel and tiller steering with double throttle, manual anchor winsch, stainless steel bathing ladder, lifebuoy, bilge pump (manual), tempered glass windows, interior mahogany, 5 berths, 1 cabin, headroom salon 1.93 m, bed length for 2.20 m, bed length salon benches 1.97 m, bed length quarterbed 2.00 m.
Volvo Penta MD-2003T, 43 hp, construction number, year of manufacture 1994, diesel, consumption approx. 1.5 litre/hour, propeller shaft, indirect cooling, 3-bladed fixed propeller, bow thruster, foot controls at the helm seat, stainless steel fuel tank 150 litres, rev counter, hour counter approx. 3,500 hours, signal for oil pressure and temperature, fuel level meter.
Bridge clearance height 12.00 m, top rigging, mainsail with double binding reef, genoa on furling installaton, halfwinder (like a gennaker), stainless steel rigging, fixed doghouse with removable roof, short cockpit tent directly at the doghouse, long cockpit tent over the entire cockpit, 2 times Lewmar winches 30ST and 2 times Lewmar 7 winches on the mast, short folding mast when the ship is used as a motorboat.
Navigation and equipment:
1x starter battery, 2x light battery, 1x bow thruster battery, 12 Volt system, shore power connection with earth leakage switch, Victron Palles battery charger 12/25 Ah, Silva compass, Autohelm ST50 compass, Autohelm ST50 Tridata depth sounder and log, Raymarine ST60 windset, Raymarine A70 chartplotter, Shipmate RS8300 radio, outdoor speaker, Pioneer radio/CD player, Autohelm ST4000 autopilot, navigation lights.
Gas and water:
Stainless steel water tank 150 liters, electric water pressure system, water filter, boiler (220V + motor), outdoor shower with hot and cold water, Jabsco pump toilet, stainless steel holding tank approximately 40 liters, refrigerator, ENO 3-burner stove (gas), oven, gas bun, Webasto hot air heating on diesel.
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