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Introduced in 1979, the HR 352 underwent various upgrades through the years. Around 1986 the skylight in the saloon was increased in size to give more light into the saloon. The locker doors of the saloon became louvered as on the larger Hallberg-Rassy sisters. The hull raised with some centimeters.
"Que Vida" is build in 1988 with the tall rig, easily recognized on the double spreaders.

HALLBERG RASSY 352 SCAND.

Dimensions   10,54 x 3,38 x 1,67 (m)
Material   grp
Built   1988
Engine(s)   1 x Volvo Penta MD2003T Diesel
HP/Kw   43 (hp), 31,61 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - HALLBERG RASSY 352 SCAND.

GRP sailing yacht Hallberg Rassy 352 Scandinavia "Que Vida", hull number 653, built in 1988 by Hallberg Rassy Varv in Sweden. Design by Christoph Rassy and Olle Enderlein.
Each hull is built according to Lloyd's specification for "Certificate of Hull Construction".
Dim.: Loa 10.54 m (Lwl 8.70 m) x 3.38 m x 1.67 m, headway: approx. 14.60 m.
GRP hull, superstructure and deck, deck laid with teak.
Deck and superstructure GRP-sandwich construction with polyvinyl cellular plastics as core material for strength and insulation. Plexiglas windows in aluminium framing.
S-shaped hull, long keel, ballast keel of iron, moulded in and completely protected in GRP, rudder blade in GRP.
Displacement: 6.7 tonnes, ballast: 3 tonnes (iron).
Fuel capacity: total 240 litres (150 + 90 litres in stainless steel tank), fresh water capacity: 300 litres (stainless steel tank).
Mechanical wheel steering (pedestal), emergency tiller.

Accommodation

Classic mahogany interior, saloon + two cabins, 5 (+2) berths, headroom main cabin: approx. 1.89m.
Pressure water system with water heater, Eberspächer D3L hot air heating.

Forward cabin with two comfortable berths (2,05 m), stow room below berths, cupboard forward in cabin above berths, shelves at the sides.

A door separates the forward cabin for the passage to the main cabin. On SB side of the passageway two good sized hanging lockers.

On port side a roomy toilet cabin with wash basin, shower, mirror, toilet lockers and a manual under water toilet. The floor is made as a shower stall with teak grating over a drained wall, headroom: approx. 1,85m.

Cozy saloon with fair sized sofa berths (PS and SB). Portside sofa is made as a L-sofa (2,00 m). Bookshelves and lockers behind sofas, large table with fording wings, stow room for bottles etc. in mid section of the table.

Aft in main cabin an U-shaped galley equipped with a gas stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks, drained icebox (80 litres) with Danfoss compressor, lockers for crockery, extra drawers etc.

On PS side the navigation table with chart locker, drawers, electric switch panel with voltage, fresh water and fuel tank meters.

In the passage way to the aft cabin there is a work bench with stowage lockers.
There is a locker for oil skin gear below companionway ladder.

Aft cabin with a small double berth and a single berth, drawers below berths, cupboard above berths, shelves at the sides. Hanging locker on port side of the cabin, escape hatch to deck.

Machinery

Volvo Penta MD20003T - 43 hp diesel engine, fresh water cooled, cruising speed: approx. 6 knots, three bladed fixed propeller, propeller shaft stainless steel.
Electrical and manual bilge pump.
12V electrical system, shore power with earth leakage breaker,
Three batteries, battery charger, second alternator of 70 Ah.
Rheinstrom bow thruster.

The engine compartment is sound insulated for lowest possible noise level. The engine is accessible from the passageway for service.

Navigation

Compass on pedestal, VDO echo sounder, VDO Sumlog, VDO wind set, Navico VHF, CX4 VHF antenna, Raystar 500 GPS, Yeoman chart plotter, Furuno radar, Autohelm 6000 autopilot.

Equipment

Fixed windscreen with hardened glass in light alloy frames, sprayhood, cockpit cover, winter cover, cockpit table, electric windlass, CQR anchor of 22 kg with 40 m chain (8mm), boarding ladder s.s. on transom, two wired sea railing stainless steel, pulpit of stainless steel.

The cockpit is self draining with seats and gratings in teak, in the fore locker storage for two 5 kg gas bottles.

Rigging

Sloop rigged, Selden Mast AB stowaway mast with double set of spreaders, fitting stainless steel, Reckmann & Schuldt headsail furling system.
Sails: Elvström main sail (2008 - little used), furling genoa and storm jib.
Talie boom vang, isolated back stay, hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Two 43CST sheet winches + two 16ST halyard winches, reef winch Lewmar 7C, spi pole on mast.

Disclaimer

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

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