PISCES is a beautiful Germán Frers designed Hallberg-Rassy 34 built in 1991. The HR34 was a very popular model with more than 500 boats sold. PISCES is a Part 1 British Registered Yacht, has hull no. 31 and is lying in Cornwall. Call the office on +44 (0) 2380 454000 to make arrangements to view.
Fitted out in the traditional Hallberg-Rassy style. All woodwork in mahogany treated with a smooth silk varnish. Accommodation in the main saloon gives full standing headroom. Carpets fitted throughout, easily removable. Deluxe blue moquette upholstery throughout. Curtains to all skylights and portlights. Mahogany slatting over the GRP hull throughout boat. Locker doors are louvered and all the bunk tops have drilled holes to keep a constant flow of air through the boat. This minimises condensation usually associated with boats.
Large double berth surrounded by lockers with louvered doors. To port there are large lockers above and below. To starboard a hanging locker with light. The cabin is fitted with a Hella electric fan and chrome extendable mirror. Two brass reading lights are fitted above the berths and a fire extinguisher is mounted on a bulkhead. Below the berth there is a stainless steel water tank and ample stowage sails, etc. Opening sky light situated above berth and portlights to each side.
To starboard is the seating area with cushions and storage below. The berth can be used as a large single with lee cloth, and with the backrest in the horizontal position this provides a pipecot berth. Saloon table. Bench seating on portside for two people. The seat can be lifted to reveal a 12v Frigomatic refrigeration cooling unit with a Danfoss compressor. Sony CDX S2200 stereo radio/CD/MP3 player with two speakers. Two brass reading lights. Hella electric fan, clock and barometer. Main deckhead electric light. Opening skylight with four portlights.
To the port side of boat with plenty of work space. Double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water. Separate cold water supply from foot pump. Storage above and below work surface including drawers for utensils. Gimballed two burner lpg cooker with oven.
To port, behind the galley. Lifting chart table with storage beneath, drawers to side for navigation equipment, etc. Electric switch panel with gauges for water and fuel. Engine hours counter. Ideal storage below navigator's seat for small tools as well as a further cupboard for small items. Light over chart table.
Surprisingly light because of extra window fitted from new. Hanging locker with light and full length deep shelf. Two brass electric reading lights. Lee cloth, Hella electric fan and extendable chrome mirror. Large double berth with storage below. Batteries stowed under berth. 3 x 12v batteries and fuel tank. Access to aft end of engine, gear box and stern tube fittings. Fire extinguisher and fitments to house 3 x McMurdo lights.
To starboard aft of saloon. All decor in white. Ceramic wash basin and mirror. Storage above and below basin. Pump action Par sea toilet, with holding tank. Shower stall with teak grating, 12v shower waste pump. Shower curtain. Hot and cold pressurised water, 2 x opening portlights.
Volvo Penta 2003 28HP 3 cylinder marine diesel engine, fresh water cooled
Engine hours 1446 (March 2016)
Fixed 3-bladed propeller with Volvo Penta 3-bladed folding propeller as spare (new October 2009)
Ambassador Marine 3-bladed rope stripper on stainless steel propeller shaft
230v shore power system with four sockets, immersion heater and Mastervolt 230v/12v/25A battery charger
12v socket in saloon
3 x 12v batteries, one dedicated to engine start
Domestic batteries replaced in 2007, engine start battery replaced in 2009
BEP battery monitor
International navigation lights
Webasto Airtop diesel fired cabin heater, thermostatically controlled
All spars in silver anodised aluminium by Seldén
Deck stepped, double spreader rig
Standing rigging in 8mm stainless steel discontinuous wire
Standing rigging replaced in 2007
Hasselfors backstay tensioner
Aluminium bottle screw protection
Seldén rodkicker with gas spring
Removable inner forestay with halyard
Seldén Furlex roller furling headsail
Slab reefing mainsail with Frederiksen Trackless Batten system
Hood stackpack system with lazyjacks (2014)
Single line reefing with control lines led back to cockpit
Spinnaker pole, stowed on mast
Furling Genoa by Hood
Fully-battened Mainsail with lazyjacks by Hood
Cruising Chute with snuffer by Ratsey & Lapthorne
Original genoa and mainsail as spare
Mainsail & genoa removed every year for servicing & valeting
Teak side deck, cockpit seating and caprail
Stemhead fitting with bow roller
45lb CQR anchor with 70m chain and warp
Lofrans manual anchor windlass on foredeck
Bruce anchor with chain and 40m warp
Bow, stern and midship cleats
Genoa tracks with double genoa cars
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions & guardwires
2 x dorade ventilators with storm caps
Cockpit with fixed windscreen in tempered glass and opening centre section
Sprayhood with extension which covers the entire cockpit
Self draining scuppers and manual bilge pump located to starboard of cockpit
Solimar wheel steering pedestal with Suunto steering compass with light
Wheel covered in elkhide
Canvas protective cover for whole steering pedestal
Cockpit table attaches to pedestal and stored in cockpit locker
3 x harness attachment points
2 x Lewmar 43CST self-tailing sheet winches
2 x Lewmar 16CST self-tailing halyard winches
Lazarette offers voluminous storage as well as access to the rod steering gear
Separate gas locker with space for two bottles is situated to port Large cockpit locker to starboard
Boarding ladder on transom
Various warps & fenders
Autohelm ST4000 wheel pilot with remote control
Autohelm ST50 log, compass, depth, wind and navdata instruments mounted above sliding hatch
Autohelm ST50 GPS and multi function displays at chart table
Raymarine 120W multi function display
Raymarine 2kW radar scanner mounted on mast
Standard Horizon DSC VHF radio with lead to cockpit, integrated AIS
AIS transmitter & receiver
Autohelm personal compass
Nasa Target Navtex Pro-plus
Firdell Blipper radar reflector on mast
Webbing jackstays on deck
Flare pack (service dates unknown)
2 x fire extinguishers (service dates unknown)
Lifebuoy with light
Danbuoy with quick release housing
Engine professionally maintained
Last engine service November 2015 by Cellar Marine, Porthallow
New mainsail stack pack (2014)
Standing rigging and running rigging replaced May 2007
Mastervolt 12v/25A battery charger, June 2005
New prop shaft/shaft seal/Volvo 3-bladed folding prop/cutlass bearing - Oct 2009
Transworld Yachts 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.
Transworld Yachts are the Hallberg-Rassy dealer for the UK and Ireland specialising in new and used boat sales. We also manage refit and repair projects and carry a range of spare parts and yacht accessories. You can visit us at Hamble Point Marina which is situated at the mouth of the Hamble River, you can phone us on +44 (0) 2380 454000 or visit our website at: http://www.transworldyachts.co.uk/boats-for-sale/
|Engine manufacturer:volvo penta|
|Fuel Capacity:||85 liter|
|Fresh water capacity:||250 liter|
|No. of cabins:||3|
|No. of berths:||4|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
|Waterline length||28.33 feet||Model Year||1991|
|Model||2003||Max Draft||6 feet|
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