This Hallberg-Rassy 36, JACANA, has had 2 owners from new and spent her first 12 years on Lake Constance in Switzerland before moving to the UK south coast (Solent) in 2007.
The current (second owner) then cruised to the Mediterranean in 2008/2010 before returning to the UK via the French rivers and canals and also cruised to Holland in both 2015 and 2016.
JACANA is moored in Portsmouth harbour and is in very good condition throughout. She has been regularly laid up ashore every winter.
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The interior is finished in mahogany with a matt varnish finish. Grey/blue carpets, blue curtains and grey upholstery with 6 matching cushions. Teak floor with inlaid holly stripes, matt varnish finish.
Carpet fitted with press studs to prevent slipping and allow easy removal. There are inspection openings in the floor.
Ceilings forward and aft are lined. Curtains are on all portholes and all skylights. Mosquito screens for skylights and all opening windows and there is also a mosquito screen to replace the upper washboard.
The headroom is 1.91 metres in the saloon. Good storage is available in all areas of the boat.
All larger cupboard doors are louvered and all boards under berth cushions have ventilation holes. Mahogany slatting is located in the cavity spaces behind the backrests of settees and berths for good ventilation. The hull is insulated with foam against heat and cold.
A solid mahogany mast support is fitted next to the main bulkhead. Settee berths either side with lifting backrests to provide additional width for sleeping and stowage behind when berths not in use.
Four cupboards and two sets of bookshelves are in the main saloon along with under seat cupboards for further stowage. There is a permanent mahogany drop-leaf table with bottle stowage in the opening centre section.
Reading lights throughout and dorade ventilators in the ceiling, grab rails and a skylight and opening portholes.
To starboard with double stainless steel sink. Hot and cold pressurised fresh water with foot pump as reserve. 12 volt FRIGOMATIC refrigeration unit (new compressor in 2011) in insulated ice box with keel cooler.
OPTIMUS 2 burner hob with oven and gimballed with fiddle rails and locking device. Stowage above, below and behind work surfaces and drawers for cutlery, food etc. Working surface in white with strong all around fiddle rail.
Two berths with ample stowage above and below for sails and other equipment. Infill cushion to create one large double berth. Hanging wardrobe and side cupboard with drawers. A hatch and opening porthole provide ventilation and light.
Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Watertight shower stall, teak grating, china washbasin and large mirror. Mixer tap drained by electric pump directly overboard without going into bilges.
JABSCO pump action toilet (pump replaced in 2016). Stainless steel holding tank with gravity discharge. Various cupboards and ventilation through ventilator, opening porthole and hatch. Headroom 6 ft 2 ins (1.87 metres).
Forward facing lift up chart table top allowing for storage of charts. Navigator’s seat lifts up to allow stowage. There is a 2 door rubber sealed access to the engine room off the walk through (removable doors) and there is a cupboard forward of the engine compartment beneath the stairs. On the port side behind the navigator’s seat there are 2 hanging lockers and cupboards. Electrical switch panel with fuel and water gauges and voltmeter.
Single berth to port and wider berth to starboard. There is a triangular infill cushion to make the area one whole berth. Stowage beneath for batteries, steering cables and emergency tiller. Lockers and shelving above berths and a hanging locker. Reading lamps, opening portholes and opening skylight.
VOLVO PENTA MD22L 57 HP 4-Cylinder shaft driven, fresh water cooled diesel engine with 60A alternator.(Original engine replaced in 1998).
Volvo shaft seal replaced 2018.
MAXPROP automatic feathering 3 bladed propeller.
Ambassador stripper rope cutter (2008).
Spare fixed 3 bladed propeller little used.
Engine start panel in cockpit.
Two stainless steel fuel tanks, total capacity 335 litres.
Two stainless steel water tanks, total capacity 310 litres.
Insulated calorifier with 230v immersion element.
WEBASTO Airtop 32 diesel heater, thermostatically controlled with warm outlets in forward cabin, saloon and aft cabin.
Dedicated 12v engine start battery (Vetus 12 volt – 70 Ah purchased in 2016).
2 further 12v batteries for domestic use (rating 105 Ah purchased in 2016).
All batteries located under berths in aft cabin.
Charging of batteries is from a 60A alternator through a blocking diode.
Electric switch panel at chart table with voltmeter, fuel and water gauges.
12 v sockets at the chart table and in the cockpit.
Full 230v shore power system with ring main and sockets, LEAB battery charger and immersion heater.
Mast and spars by SELDEN.
Double spreader rig with fore and aft lowers.
Aluminium bottle screw protectors.
SELDEN in-mast furling with control lines led back to cockpit.
Standing rigging wire replaced in June 2017.
LEWMAR 30CST self tailing winch and 3 clutches for furling lines.
Spare genoa halyard.
Sail cover for furling Genoa.
FURLEX jib furling and reefing system.
SELDEN rod kicker.
In mast furling mainsail by GP Sails (2008).
Furling Genoa by JECKELLS (2008).
Cruising chute by SANDERS (2008) used once, with snuffer.
Furling jib by Elvstrom (little used).
Stainless steel bowsprit for cruising chute.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guard wires with entry gates port and starboard.
Teak decks, bathing platform and cockpit seats in 12mm teak.
Toe rail, hand rails and all other woodwork on deck in solid teak.
Teak pushpit seats.
Outboard engine bracket.
Removable cockpit table.
Stemhead fitting with double bow rollers.
45lb CQR anchor with 50 metres of 8mm galvanised chain.
Additional Danforth type anchor.
Lofrans AIRON electric anchor windlass with on deck and cockpit controls.
Mooring cleats forward, aft and amidships.
4 skylights and 9 portholes of which 8 are opening.
Self draining gas locker on starboard side deck.
2 x 6lb gas bottles.
2 x LEWMAR 48 CST self tailing sheet winches.
2 x LEWMAR 16 CST self tailing halyard winches on mast.
3 x winch handles.
Full width lazarette locker on aft deck.
A large locker on starboard side of cockpit.
International navigation lights at deck level.
White masthead light.
Steaming light and deck flood light.
Boarding ladder at the bathing platform.
Steering pedestal in grp with single lever engine control.
Hide covered steering wheel.
Varnished washboards and outer chart table with fiddles.
Instrument console above sliding hatch.
Fixed windscreen in tempered glass with opening section in centre.
Cover for spray hood when collapsed.
Spray hood (new in 2015).
Bimini on stainless steel frames (C J Marine 2008).
Various warps, fenders and boathook.
New unused Hallberg-Rassy stern fender.
Full sized winter cover.
Various other covers.
Solar panel on pole aft with regulator (2008).
Hallberg-Rassy stainless steel bow ladder.
Stainless steel drinks holder in cockpit.
RAYMARINE ST60 wind, speed, depth and navdata instruments. (2010).
AUTOHELM SEATALK ST50 multi function display at chart table.
AUTOHELM ST6000 autopilot with linear drive.
RAYMARINE RAY 55E VHF + cockpit extension (2008) – new VHF aerial and windex fitted June 2017.
Speaker for VHF in cockpit.
RAYMARINE C80 CHARTPLOTTER with charts for English Channel to the Med. (2008), charts updated 2015.
RAYMARINE RADAR with 18 inch Radome Scanner on mast (2008).
RAYSTAR 125 GPS receiver. (2008).
FURUNO NX-300 Navtex receiver (2008).
SUUNTO steering compass on binnacle.
EASYAIS receiver (2008).
SEAGO 4 man life raft in canister (new in 2011) serviced until 2018.
FIRDELL BLIPPER radar reflector.
1 Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
2 x Fire extinguishers (2012) expire 2018.
Coastal flare pack.(expires Dec 2018).
Manual Whale Gusher 10 Mk 3 pump.
Webbing jackstays on deck.
Emergency tiller steering.
Deck stepped mast over reinforced bulkhead.
GRP hull and deck, hand lay-up method, insulated above the waterline with Divinycell foam.
Bolt on lead keel.
2 x coats of epoxy primer and 2 coats of antifouling.
The HR36 has surprising performance for her type, the result of very thorough work of the hull parameters and shape by her designer, German Frers, which results in a pleasant motion at sea normally found in larger yachts. The HR 36 has won her class in the ARC across the Atlantic and local races.
Last survey undertaken in 2007 can be provided.
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