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General Information

Listing# 11426

235 000,00 €
at request, Netherlands
Hallberg Rassy
Boat Type
Model Year
45 (ft.)
Fuel Type
Number of Engines

General Details

Specification Hallberg Rassy 45 Very well equipped Hallberg Rassy 45. Suitable for day sailing or blue water cruising. Equipped for long trips.   Some specifics: heavy duty watermaker in-mast furling bow thruster air-condition many spares  

Additional Equipment

AP: 235.000.00 eur incl.VAT
Length (m.): 14.20
Beam: 4.32
Depth: 1.88
Displacement: 16000
Material: GRP
Year: 1990
Engine: Volvo-Penta Model TAMD310; Turbocharged diesel - 130 HP (2300 hrs - 5/2008) . Speed under power: 8.0 knots
Location: en route to the Netherlands

Upgrades in 2007/2008:
New Furuno radar, new Furuno chartplottter, new mainsail, new heavy duty inverter/charger,
new hard bottom dinghy, new 15 Hp. outboard engine, new 12v and 24v battery banks, many new pumps etc.
The engine (upgraded to a 130Hp in 1994) received a major overhaul by Volvo-professionals and during the first months (e.g. replacement of head gasket, new injectors and servicing of alternators, turbo, aftercooler,
exhaust etc.). The generator wasserviced and the heat exchanger was replaced.
Designer: German Frers
Built to Lloyd's Specifications, GOT #: 950462
Keel weight: 6.4 tons
Total sail area: 94.57 m2
Flag: Danish, Registration no: XPD8361

Engine and Generator
  • Volvo Penta TAMD31A 130HP 1994 (2300 hrs as of May 2008)
  • 3 blades Max Prop feathering propeller
  • Westerbeke 5,7 KW at 220V 50hz (2600 hrs as of May 2008)
  • Vetus 6 KW Bow thruster
  • Generator: Westerbeke 5.7 BTD (50 Hz)
  • Selden sloop rig
  • Standing rigging is discontinuous 1 x 19 wire with s/s rod
  • forestay and backstay, all 2002
  • Full running rigging, 2002
  • In mast furling mainsail, manual
  • Selden boom vang
  • Selden spinnaker pole
  • Rechmann headsail Genoa furling system (manual)
  • Furlex 3000 staysail furler (manual) 2005
  • Navtec Series 7 integral backstay adjuster (rebuilt 2007)
  • Lee Mainsail (in mast furling), Nov. 2007
  • Hood Star cut 150% genoa, 2002
  • Hood Star cut No 2 genoa, 2002
  • Hood Storm jib, 2002
  • Hood Working jib, 2002
  • Hood Staysail, 2002
  • Hood Multi Purpose genoa/drifter (red / blue), 2002
  • Hood Multi Purpose spinnaker (red / blue), 2002
Navigation & Communication Equipment
  • Furuno chartplotter, gps and radar at navstation incl. charts for the South Pacific and Australia, Dec. 2007.
  • Brookes and Gatehouse Hydra Pilot system with repeater in cockpit and at nav. station (Hydra 2)
  • Brookes and Gatehouse Masthead wind instrument sensor
  • Raymarine 7000 series linear drive autopilot (also the original rebuilt B&G unit for back-up)
  • Kenwood TS 50 S SSB / Ham radio with a vertical whip antenna and backstay antenna and auto-tuner 2002
  • Pactor Modem SCS PTC-II ex for email & weather receiving and transmitting, 2004
  • Standard Horizon HX 370 s VHF handheld transceiver, Dec. 2007
  • Thrane and Thrane Capsat phone, model TT 3060 A (Inmarsat Mini M), requires new battery
  • Thrane and Thrane Capsat Model TT 3022 D (Inmarsat C) with laptop computer
  • Furono D-Fax 208 weather fax
  • Shipmate RS8100 VHF
  • C-Plath Vetus ships compass
  • Schatz barometer, clock and hygrometer
  • Zodiac 6 person life-raft, May 2005
  • Epirb 406
  • Jack lines and safety harness
  • Dan buoy MOB pole with flag and light. Tow / throw MOB recovery line.
  • Four inflatable life-jackets with harnesses
  • Inflatable horseshoe with light
  • Plastimo horseshoe orange
  • One red floatable emergency abandon ship bag and 3 three survival barrels with several emergency survival items, incl. an extra GPS (Garmin Etrex) and four West marine red / yellow lightweight one-piece dry suits.
  • 75 lb CQR working anchor with 200 ft chain 3/8” 3B
  • FortressFX-37 stern anchor with chain and warp
  • Three fenders, Polyform f-3
  • Two fenders Polyform f-5


  • 12v battery for engine and gen set starting, 2005
  • One 12v house battery 1100 Amps, 2008
  • Six 12v deep cycle batteries for 24v house 315Ah, Dec. 2007
  • Magnum ME2512 24v/220v, 4000 Watt, charger and inverter, Dec. 2007
  • Nemo 12v Battery Charger, 2006
  • Built-in 12v and 24v breaker panels (by nav area)
  • 12v and 24v (new regulator 2008) Valeo alternators on main engine
  • 220v shore power system with power cable 50 Amps
  • Assorted shore power plug adaptors including one double 110v to make 220 v
Systems & Plumbing
  • Aquafresh Reverse Osmosis Water maker installed 2002 with 3 membranes 180 lts/hour capacity, new flowpump for watermaker 2008 and incl. water quality tester.
  • Watermaker installed 2005
  • Frigoboat fixed Air Conditioning/Heather 3 Units: master cabin, saloon and forward cabin.
  • Webasto Heater 2 units
  • Kenny 5 lt. washing machine
  • Flojet freshwater system pump, 2008
  • Forward head was converted to Par electric, 2000 (has a spare system).
  • Two showers, each with sump tank and pumps
  • Par electric water pumps (shower sumps, 24v. bilge pumps, back-up fresh-water pump)
  • Deck shower at stern
  • Large capacity electric water heater
  • Rule 3,700 gph electric (12v.) emergency bilge pump, 2000
  • Stainless holding tank, “black water”
  • Seawater deck-wash system
  • Electronic panel and computer
  • 24v/220v Charger/inverter and 12v charger
  • Washing machine
Fully equipped galley
  • Electrical 24v saltwatercooled fridge and freezer (two units, total capacity approx 8.5 cubic feet)
  • Electrolux microwave oven
  • Eno two-burner gas cooker with gas oven
  • 2 x Lewmar Ocean 66 electric self-tailing primary winches
  • 2 x Lewmar 52 CST self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches
  • 2 x Lewmar 43 CST self-tailing mainsail traveller winches
  • On the mast there are – 1 x Lewmar 8, 1 x Lewmar 16, and 2 x Lewmar 42 CST and 1 x 43 CST on the boom
  • Lofrans Electric anchor winch with dual capstan and dual remotes (can raise and lower anchor from cockpit)
  • Two locking winch handles, Dec. 2007
  • Two stainless steel winch handles
Deck fittings
Stainless post at stern for mounting of antennas and a spotlight
Steaming light and masthead tri-colour light. Bow and stern
Hella nav lights
Vetus Yogi cowl vent (over forward cabin)
Bathing platform and swim ladder at stern
Stainless steel boarding ladder for bow
Deck equipment etc.
Caribe 9CE hardbottom inflatable dinghy, Nov. 2007
Yamaha 15 hp, 2 stroke outboard motor with a 24 liters tank, Nov. 2007
Six mooring lines
Magma Gas BBQ, 2005
Two Propane tanks, 5kg
One Probane tank, 15 kg, 2008
  • Samsung flat screen 17” TV and Monitor, 2004.
  • Amstrad Multiple Region DVD Player, 2006
  • Cambridge Soundworks “surround sound” theatre, 2002
  • Jensen CD/Radio FM/AM with two speakers in saloon
  • TV Antenna on mast top
  • Amstrad Remote TFT Monitor 9.2” for PC or TV (internal tuner) in Cockpit, 2006
  • Snorkeling gear and spare guns
  • Extensive tool inventory
  • Hallberg Rassy canvas bimini sun awning (two)
  • White, lightweight sun awning
  • ]Triangular canvas awning for fore deck (blue)
  • Sumbrella covers for all 5 deck hatches
  • Caribbean and the South Pacific Islands Courtesy Flags
A full range of spares for extensive blue water cruising is on board. Examples of these are:
  • For engine and generator: Many extra spare parts and general maintenance items –filters, belts, gaskets etc.
  • Three Multipurpose flowpumps, 12v and 24v, Dec. 2007
  • 2 new sheets and 2 new halyards
  • Complete head spare
  • Drive for autopilot
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 his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.