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|Säljs av||Wagner Stevens Yachts|
Nevera is a Hallberg-Rassy HR39 Mark II. The German Frers design ensures that you will sail in a yacht with sparkling performance. A Hallberg-Rassy yacht exemplifies practical design features, exquisite finish, attention to detail, legendary quality, and Swedish elegance. A Hallberg-Rassy is safe, comfortable, and responsive in all weather conditions. They have often been awarded for being the ideal cruising yacht.
She is equipped with an electric in-mast furling main, electric furling genoa, and electric primary winches. There is a stainless steel arch aft for the dinghy, outboard, wind generator, and three solar panels. She is set up for easy and fun Caribbean cruising.
Recent work includes:
- new copper coat bottom paint (2022)
- new cutlass bearing (2022)
- new 10 mm galvanized anchor chain (2022)
- anchor re-galvanized (2022)
- sails inspected and repaired as needed (2022)
- New Iridium Go (2022)
- New Hydrovane self-steering wind vane (2022)
- Lockers painted (2022)
- Engine exhaust elbow replaced (2022)
- Freshwater tanks cleaned (2022)
- All lifejackets inspected (2022)
Diesel - 105 US gal. in two stainless steel tanks with one below the floor of the saloon and the second under the port side settee
Water - 119 US gal. in two stainless steel tanks
Holding - 16 US gal. in stainless steel tank
The interior joinery is light mahogany with a silk finish
The interior joinery is in light mahogany with a matt silk finish. The cabin sole is varnished teak with inlaid holly stripes. Saloon overhead has paneling with mahogany strips and ceilings in the remainder of the boat have a light lining. The upholstery is maroon with a gold pattern. There is gray carpet throughout except for the galley and head. And there are curtains for the ports and hatches.
The layout is as follows from forward to aft:
- V-berth forward,
- Head and shower to port with a seat to starboard and shower sump pump
- Main saloon with L-shaped settee to port and straight settee to starboard, and centerline drop leaf table
- Navigation station to port
- Galley to starboard
- Companionway to cockpit between galley and nav. station
- Passageway to aft cabin on starboard with access to the engine compartment inboard
- Aft cabin with single berth to port and double berth to starboard with a seat between.
The forward cabin has berths for two with storage above and below with additional lockers.
The saloon has additional storage behind seat backs with lee cloths both port and starboard.
In the aft cabin, there are two hanging lockers port and starboard. The port berth has a lee cloth. Berths are 7' long.
Natural light and ventilation from hatches in the foredeck, toilet compartment, saloon, and in the aft cabin. There are eleven aluminum-framed portholes, ten are opening. There are four deck mounted vents.
- main saloon 6'6"
- forward cabin 6' 1 1/2"
- head 6'2"
- aft cabin 6'
- Plastimo Neptune 4500 two-burner stove with oven and broiler - well gimballed
- Xintex S-2A propane control and fume detector
- Isotherm BD35F 12-volt refrigeration
- Isotherm freezer
- Hot and cold pressure water
- Manual fresh water pump
- Manual seawater pump
- Stainless steel sink
- Cutting board
- Hot water heater
- Suunto compass
- Standard Horizon ExplorerGX1600 VHF radio with remote mic
- Raymarine i70 - depth
- Raymarine i70 - log
- Raymarine i70 - wind
- Raymarine i70 - repeater
- Raymarine ST60+ repeater
- Raymarine P70 autopilot with two SPX rams
- Hydrovane self steering wind vane
- Raymarine E7 MFD with GPS on a swivel mount
- Raymarine Radar - RD418HD color radome
- Raymarine AIS350
- Radar reflector
- EPIRB (new battery 2019)
- Stereo Radio/CD player
- Cockpit speakers
- WIMAX & wifi booster
- Selden anodized deck-stepped mast and boom
- Standing rigging renewed in 2014
- Double spreader rig with spinnaker track
- Selden carbon fiber spinnaker pole
- Hasselfors turnbuckles
- Electric mainsail furling system
- Selden rodkick
- Furlex 300E electric furler
- Furlex 200S roller furler
- Mainsail Doyle Hydranet Tri-radial 2010
- Genoa Doyle Hydranet Tri-radial 2013
- Staysail (hi-cut) Hyde 2002
- Storm jib - unused
- Working Sail Area: 807.00 sq ft
- Mast height without antennas: 56'9"
- Electric davits
- Lewmar electric anchor windlass
- Rocna 25 kg anchor with 60 meters of 9 mm chain
- Claw type anchor with chain and warp
- Two strong mooring cleats forward, two amidships, and two aft.
- Rescyou 6-person life raft (serviced 2019)
- AB inflatable 9' 5" dinghy
- Tohatsu 9.8 hp outboard
- Outboard engine bracket
- Cockpit cushions
- Cockpit table
- Boarding ladder
- Dodger with glass windscreen
- Bimini with side and rear extensions
- Approximately 2,800 engine hours
- 110/220 volt with Eaton Converter
- Two 4D AGM house battery
- One starting AGM battery
- Three Shell Solar 80 watt solar panels
- Wind generator
- Honda portable generator (new 2019)
- Xantrex 60 amp battery charger
- Link 10 battery monitor
- 3 fire extinguishers
- Volvo dripless stern gland
- Fixed three-blade propeller as spare
- Manual and 12V bilge pumps
- Rainman watermaker (new 2019)
- Skeg hung rudder
- The GRP hull and deck are laminated in a HR owned factory in Kungshamn, Sweden
- ISO-Polyester and isophtalic gelcoat is used
- Laminate construction of hull: Hand lay-up method, insulated above the water line with
PVC-foam against heat and cold
- Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip
- Blue decorative band in gelcoat.
- Lead keel (9,260 lbs) with reinforcement bolted on with 15 S/S 24 mm bolts
- Deck and coachroof areas and also cockpit are of sandwich construction
The HR39 is a superb cruising yacht with sparkling performance that is a pleasure to sail and will give pride of ownership indefinitely. The hull was designed for its seaworthiness and to give good sailing; it was not built to a formula or to maximize racing rules. The deck is laid for correct functioning rather than appearance. The fact that it looks so good is a bonus. With regard to equipment you will see typical Hallberg-Rassy solutions plus some innovations which represent real improvements. The hull and deck of the HR 39 are built under constant supervision of the Lloyd's Register of Shipping, and a Lloyd's Certificate is supplied with each boat. The hull is of laminate construction by the hand lay-up method, insulated above water line against heat and cold with PVC-foam. The lead keel with reinforcement is bolted on with 15 stainless steel bolts. The rudder is carefully mounted for sensitive rudder feel. The cockpit is protected with a strong windscreen with opening center section and sprayhood over front part of cockpit. The sprayhood can be rolled away neatly into a smart protective cover. Generous dimensions of standing and running rigging avoid fatigue during unrestricted ocean sailing. All interior woodwork is in light mahogany with a matte silk finish. Access to the toilet compartment is freely available from any part of the boat without disturbing anybody.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agents, or surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
|Material i Propeller||Brons|
|Max djupgående med last||1.85m|
|Längd vid vattenlinje||9.85m|
|Tank för Färskvatten|