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The difference between the HR 38 and HR 382 is definitely more than one might think at first sight. The HR 382 is a more modern design. The hull lines are all-new, more contemporary, incorporating eight years more experience. The hull of the 382 is longer, wider, has a sharper entry, a flatter aft section, deeper, shorter and more efficient keel, as well as more efficient rudder design.

HALLBERG RASSY 382

Dimensions   11,62 x 3,64 x 1,84 (m)
Material   grp
Built   1987
Engine(s)   1 x Volvo MD31A Diesel
HP/Kw   62 (hp), 45,57 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - HALLBERG RASSY 382

GRP sailing yacht Hallberg Rassy 382 "Kirke", built in 1987 by Hallberg Rassy in Sweden, design by Christoph Rassy & Olle Enderlein, dim: Loa 11,62 x 3,64 x 1,84 m. GRP hull, superstructure and deck, teak deck. The hull is insulated above the waterline with Divinycell closed cell foam. Hull built according to Lloyd's specification for "Certificate of Hull Construction".
Displacement: 9 tonnes, ballast: 3,9 tonnes, ballast keel, lead, molded in and complete protected in GRP. Fuel capacity: 310 litres (s/s tank), fresh water capacity: 600 litres (s/s + GRP tank), fuel and water gauge (must be checked), holding tank. Wheel steering, emergency tiller.

Accommodation

Classic mahogany interior, saloon + two cabins, 4 (+2) berths. Eberspächer heater D3L with 3 cabin outlets, overhauled and serviced by dealer Sept 2008. Diesel fuel line replaced same time to comply with safety code for Caledonian Canal license 2008/09.

FORWARD CABIN:
Two comfortable berths (2.05m), filler between berths. Stowage below the berths. The inside of the hull is lined with mahogany. Shelves at sides. A door separates the forward cabin from the passage to the main cabin. On the starboard side of the passage, there is a good sized hanging locker with louvered doors and one with shelves.

HEADS COMPARTMENT:
On the portside is a roomy toilet compartment with a Baby Blake marine toilet (overhauled 2007).
Holding tank with deck fitting for pump-out. Pump-out yet to be tried and commissioned. Wash basin in china, sunk into the countertop. Mixer tap/showerhead with shutoff (2004).
Pressurized hot and cold water. Shower curtain, mirror and lockers. The floor is made as a shower stall with teak grating over a drained well, headroom 1.85m.

MAIN SALOON:
The main cabin is built with sofa berths port and starboard. The portside sofa is made as a 2.13m L-sofa. The starboard sofa is 2.05m. Bookshelves and lockers with louvered doors outside the sofas. Drop-leaf table, stowage for bottles etc. in the middle section. The inside of the hull is paneled with mahogany. The ceiling is lined with vinyl panels.

The saloon upholstery was completely recovered in 2009 together with the aft stateroom cushions and navigators seat, by McEwan of Inverness. Custom pocket spring mattress made for the aft cabin by Marine Bedding 2008. All cushions in the boat have polyester mesh under to provide air gap for ventilation. Steel wall safe, Wandtresore series 3.

CHART TABLE:
On the portside is the navigators table with chart locker, drawers, electrical switch panel with voltmeter, water and fuel gauge. In the passageway to the aft cabin there is a hanging locker and a cupboard with shelves.








GALLEY:
The L-shaped galley is equipped with A Nelson 'Spinflow' 2-burner stove with grill and oven in gimbals. Permanent tubing with shut off valve for liquid gas from stove to gas bottle locker. Stainless double sink with pressurized hot and cold water from mixer faucet. Filtered drinking water from Seagull system and faucet. One foot pump with manifold under sole to select water from either freshwater tank or saltwater. The working surfaces on counter top in easy cleaned teak texture plastic laminate. Dustbin, locker for china, drawers etc. Refrigerator: Frigomatic K35F keel cooled with 12 volt compressor, fitted Sept 2008 for drained icebox 195 litres.

AFT CABIN:
In the aft cabin there are two berths, one extra wide - 120 cm. The inside of the hull is lined with mahogany. Shelves at sides. On the port side in the aft cabin is a hanging locker. Door to the main cabin. Escape hatch to deck. Additional custom book shelves in aft cabin.

Machinery

Volvo Penta MD31A Direct Injection Diesel 4 cylinder, 62 hp at 3,500 rpm, fresh water cooled.
Tachometer, voltage and oil pressure meter, temperature gauge and alarms.
12v PARMAX 4 pump (2005) pressurized hot (from calorifier tank heated by engine coolant and
1200 watt electric heater (2008) used with shore power) and cold water to galley and
shower/heads. 12v PAR Shower drain pump (2007) 4.4gpm.
50 amp engine driven alternator charging engine start and anchor windlass battery.
110 amp engine driven alternator charging 3 x 140 amp Varta service batteries with 4-step
Sterling booster/regulator.
30 amp shaft driven alternator providing 10+ amps from 5kts speed under sail.
Waeco Mobitronic-Duplex 220v battery charger/800watt inverter, serviced 1/9/2006.



Invatec Power Inverter modified sine wave 1200watts (2003).
Solar panel 72 watt on transom mast with universal mount with Siemens voltage regulator.
Rope cutter on propeller shaft.

Navigation

Plath compass on steering pedestal.
Icom M802 SSB/DSC Radio with Pactor modem for receiving E-mails & weather charts (2007)
Icom 604 VHF/DSC (2007)
Icom VHF remote handset installed at helm
Icom M31 VHF handheld with charger and cartridge for batteries
Clipper NASA A.I.S. Radar
Clipper Navtex
ACR Globalfix 406 EPIRB with GPS locator
Tacktick wind, log and echo sounder (2008)
Lowrance Globalmap 5150c (2009)
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot, Controller and computer 2004, ram (2006)
GPSmap232 plotter at nav station with loud external alarm buzzer for anchor, etc.
G-Net vehicle PC with 15" colour chart/plotter at nav station
Furuno 1623 Radar (2008)
CD/LMW radio with 2 external speakers in saloon and 1 in cockpit
Masthead VHF radio aerial.

Equipment

The cockpit is self draining, seats and gratings in teak, liquid gas bottles in separate drained box on deck. Stowage for anchor, chain and lines accessible from deck and drained overboard.

Pulpit and push pit in stainless steel, open type for easy embankment.
Built in rubbing strake with bronze profile.
Double lifelines (new 2009) with four pairs of conical stanchions. Height 80 cm.
A spray hood (new from HR 2007) attached to the windscreen protects the forward part of the cockpit. Port lights in 10 mm (7/16") acrylic glass and light alloy frames, all opening.

2 Whale Titan manual bilge pumps, one operated from cockpit and the other through companion steps.
International navigation lights, 100 mm (4").
One stainless steel spade anchor 25kg. 50m 10mm galv chain (re galv 2008 with CQRs and spare 50m chain stowed under shower). CQR anchor 20.5 kg. Danforth kedge with 5m chain and 30m warp in s/s box on transom.
Various dock lines and cordage including 2x30m nylon mooring warps.
3 fenders Ø 250 mm (10") 2 fenders 300mm, 2 balloon fenders 400mm.
Cockpit table and cockpit 'sailing table' with leg. Stows in cockpit locker.
Three winch handles 10", "lock in".
Bathing ladder on transom and freshwater deck shower behind flap cover in cockpit coaming.
The cockpit is self draining. Seats and gratings in teak.
1.4 m³ (50 cu. ft.) locker/stow room accessible from cockpit.
Upper chart table/shelves either side of sliding hatch.
Louvered upper and solid lower washboards.
Plexiglas upper and lower washboards.
Panel for instruments.
Sun awning with aluminium poles and catch water fitting.
Cockpit cover with rear window and roll-up sides. Zips to sprayhood.
Transparent back curtain, 2 piece central zipper, zips to rear of sprayhood.
Schatz barometer, chronometer.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
6-man life raft in canister on deck serviced by Cosalt, Aberdeen in 2009
Guardrail/lifelines renewed April 2009
Dual watch gas and Co2 alarm (2008)

TENDER & SPORTS EQUIPMENT:
Plastimo Inflatable Tender 'Raid' P240SH Red. 12/5/2009
Johnson 4.5HP outboard 2stroke 1980

Rigging

Selden mast, double spreader fitted new s/s standing rigging to HR spec 2003. Lower shrouds upgraded to 'Dyform' in April 2009 (50% stronger).
Inmast roller furling for mainsail. Extended (20ft) boom. Roller headsail furling with Reckman (new bearings Hamble Yacht Services 25th Sept 2006.
Removable 8mm inner forestay with tensioning lever for storm jib or staysail. S/S steps fitted
up to lower spreaders thereafter folding aluminium steps to masthead.
Insulators in backstay for SSB radio, spi pole.
The mast is provided with separate cable conduits for LED tricolour and anchor light and flood light and steaming light.

Two halyard winches, Lewmar 40CST, and a outhaul winch Andersen 2-speed 28ST on the boom.
Sheet winches, two Lewmar 52ST (two speed), two Andersen 28ST (2speed), clam cleats.
4 Lewmar adjustable track cars for sail sheets on 10' Lewmar ligth alloy tracks.
Four 16'' mooring cleats and two 10'' mooring cleats amidships.

SAILS:
Mainsail by Maxiroach fully vertical battened 2002, recut by North Sails 2007.
Elvstrom mainsail (older carried as spare).
Genoa 140% 'Tapedrive' (kevlar) by UK/Halsey 2007
Elvstrom spare genoa (carried as spare).
Storm jib (Unused in bag) and staysail with piston hanks for inner forestay 2003.
Spinnaker and Cruising chute (2003) with snuffer sock.

Disclaimer

These particulars are given in good faith as supplied but cannot be guaranteed and cannot be used for contracts.

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