Perfect maintained, renewed; engine, generator, batteries/charger/inverter, electric winches, Cuppercoat, 2x fridge, plotter, portholes, hatches, etc.
In a perfect condition and fully equipped with: 6-7 berths, hydraulic furling sails, removable cutter stay, storm jib, trysail, halfwinder, autopilot, radar/plotter, AIS, Navtex, bow thruster, microwave, 2x Webasto, Bimini, recentlya lot renewed, including: engine (2011 - approx. 750 hours), generator (2011), electronics (2006-2014), stove with oven (2014), 2x toilet (2014), 12 Volt and 24 Volt mains and charging cables ( 2015), Mastervolt batteries + charger + inverter (2015), electric winches (2013 + 2014), electric windlass (2013), Cupper Coat (2013), bronze hull fittings and valves (2013), deck hatches (2013), portholes (2013) 2x fridge (2015), etc.
Shape: round bilged
Rudder: rudder in skeg, the heel and rudder bearings renewed in 2013
Steering system: Jefa pedestal (2010) with a stainless steel twin-spoke steering wheel (2010), covered with leather (2010). The steering system has been replaced in 2010 by a direct drive with rods
Windows: 2013: New Gebo deck hatches (all with blind and mosquito rollo's) and Custom Made Hora portholes (with aluminium frames)
Load displacement (kg): approx. 16000
Ballast (kg): approx. 6400
Vertical clearance (m): approx. 21 meter
Build Nr.: 55
Other: White polyester hull with blue striping (painted in 2014 with a DD paint system) and surrounded with a stainless steel protection strip on the upper edge of the hull. Brass protection strips at all cleats. Teak on the cockpit seats (2014). Teak grating on the cockpit floor (2014) and teak (2014) behind the pedestal on the cockpit floor. Varnished teak cockpit table (collapsible and foldable). Varnished mahogany chart table tops on both sides of the entrance (under the sprayhood). Stainless steel cup holder on the pedestal. The dark blue striping on the superstructure has been painted with a DD paint system in 2014. 4x Plastic air scoop (2013) on the superstructure of the saloon and 2x plastic air scoop (2013) on the superstructure of the aft cabin. All old antifouling layers of the hull have been (preventive) removed from the underwater hull in 2013 and treaded with Copper Coat. All hull fittings and valves have been replaced in brass in 2013. The yacht has been in a frost-free storage during the last 11 winter periodes. All anodes have been renewed in May 2016. The previous (2nd) owner won the first leg of the ARC. Hallberg-Rassy 45 was built during 1988 - 1996. A total of 71 hulls were built. When the Hallberg-Rassy 45 was launched in 1988 it was a trendsetter. This was the first Hallberg-Rassy designed by Germán Frers. The Hallberg-Rassy 45 introduced an external lead keel, sturdy hull stiffener along and across the boat, between the floor and the keel, which reinforces the construction considerably. In addition it introduced a hull insulated with Divinycell foam core, which not only insulates from heat and cold, it also ensures an even firmer hull with a smooth inside, in contrast to the stringers of old days. The HR 45 combined all Hallberg-Rassy’s traditional hallmarks, like style, sturdiness, comfort, fine woodwork, thorough technical installations and an ample tank capacity with sailing characteristics unsurpassed for a sailing boat of this type. The Hallberg-Rassy 45 claimed overall victory in the ARC over the Atlantic, in competition with a range of vessels from Whitbread boats and racers/cruisers to smaller family style boats. The companion way: Port and starboard of the companion way there are two chart tables with fiddles. As the cockpit is so deep, you will have very easy access to the accommodation from the cockpit. The stern: The Hallberg-Rassy 45 has a positive angle transom giving a great aft deck and easy access to the stowage space below. It also makes the docking and the passage ashore easy. The attention to details makes it a perfect long distance sailing cruiser.
Material, colours: mahogany interior (in a perfect condition)
Upholstery, curtains: 2008: all mattresses and luxury liners have been renewed and covered with a new luxury dark blue/grey rib upholstery and beige curtains. Beige carpet (renewed in 2014)
Cabins: front cabin, between cabin with one berth, saloon and aft cabin
Berths: 6 - 7 berths
Headroom: approx. 1.92 meter
Cooking device: 2014: 2 burner Eno cooker
Other: On starboard side of the saloon, the yacht has two luxurious chairs (instead of a long bench). Blue/grey carpet throughout the yacht (2014). LED interior lights (except in the ceiling of the saloon). Red night lights throughout, just above the floor. In the front bathroom is room to mount a washing machine and it is prepared with a water supply, a drain and a 230 Volt socket. Several 24 Volt fans inside the yacht. The port side saloon settee and the berth (in the between cabin in the front) are provided with lee cloths. All water taps, thermostatic taps and shower heads have been renewed in 2013. Comfort and function below deck : Below deck the Hallberg-Rassy 45 is a cozy home. Lean back in the comfortable upholstery and enjoy the soft sheen of the selected mahogany. The interior concept, typical for Hallberg-Rassy, has been thought through in every detail. It has resulted from our experiences and the experiences of our customers. The Hallberg-Rassy 45 is a yacht one can live on. The quality of life on board is considerably improved if the interior layout is functionally correct. Many details on our yachts reflect this concept. Take the galley for instance. Located where there is least activity yet plenty of light and fresh air - by the companionway. On either side of the cooker and the sink are useful worktops. The galley is seagoing. The WC/washrooms are directly accessible from the sleeping accommodation fore and aft, ideal to step straight into your shower after your sleep. The navigation area - sufficient room to walk past without disturbing the navigator. The walk throughs are positioned in such a way to allow privacy in fore and aft cabins without having to close the door.
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 110 HP / 81 kW
Year built: 2011
Engine hours: approx. 750 hours
Fuel tank: 1x approx. 365 liter and 1x approx. 235 liter stainless steel diesel tank (cleaned in 2013)
Cooling system: intercooling
Propulsion: gearbox (2011) with a stainless steel propeller shaft (2013) equipped with a Rope-Cutter (2013) and a four bladed Maxprop folding propeller (2013)
Fuel consumption: approx. 6.5 L/H
Measuring instruments: 2011
Voltage: 12 Volt, 24 Volt and 230 Volt
Operating panel: X
Alternator: 1x 55 A and 1x Mastervolt 125 A (2011)
Water pressure system: electric water pressure system. All water hoses, the Jabsco hydro-pressure water pump have been renewed in 2013. A fine filter and a UV pipe in the drinking water system (for safe drinking water) have been mounted in 2013
Warm water: 2008: approx. 45 liter boiler (heated by the engine and 230 Volt)
Water tank: approx. 1000 liter (cleaned in 2013)
Holding tank: 2x approx. 50 liter stainless steel tank
Shore power: fixed 230 Volt Marinco shore power connection with an earth leakage switch and a shore power cable
Voltmeter: 2x 12 Volt and 1x 24 Volt
Water tank gauge: X
Oil pressure gauge: 2011
Temperature meter: 2011
Other: The throttle has completely been renewed in 2011. The isolation in the engine room has been completely renewed in 2011. The propeller shaft has a brake (incase the folding propeller shouldn't turn in the vane-position). Mastervolt Whisper Generator Control (2011). Mastervolt Mass GI 3.5 Isolation Transformer (2013). All filling and venting hoses of the water tanks and diesel tanks have been renewed in 2013 and also the hoses from the sinks in both bathrooms and all drink water hoses have been renewed in 2013. All 12 Volt, 24 Volt and 230 Volt main cables and charging cables have completely been renewed in 2013. Mastervolt 24 Volt alternator regulator (2015). Mastervolt Charging distributor (12 Volt - 2015). Mastervolt 12 Volt battery display (2015). Mastervolt 24 Volt battery display (2015). Along with replacing the batteries, battery chargers, inverters and wiring more than € 20.000 has been invested. Several 12 Volt, 24 Volt and 230 Volt sockets throughout the yacht. Double diesel filters with water separators (2011) for the engine. Double diesel filters (2011) for the generator. The 125 Volt shore power connection is not connected anymore.
Rig and sails
Type: sloop rigged
Spars, stays: Reckmann aluminum mast, boom and Selden Rodkicker, stainless steel stays (2001) with aluminum Hasselfors stay tubes (2001), double set of spreaders, removable backstays, removable cutter stay and a Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster (overhauled in 2011)
Winches: 2x electric Andersen stainless steel 58ST genoa winch (2013), 1x electric Andersen stainless steel 46ST (2014), 2x Andersen manual stainless steel 46ST mainsheet winch (2013) and 2x Lewmar stainless steel 43ST halyard winch (on the mast)
Sails material: white Dacron sails
Genoa: 1x Hood: furling genoa (2008 - in sufficient condition) with UV protection strip (UV protection was renewed in 2013), 1x 140% furling genoa (in sufficient condition) and 2x 90% furling genoa (well used)
Genoa reefing system: Reckmann hydraulic genoa furling system
Fore sail: Hood: cutter jib (in sufficient condition)
Gennaker: Halfwinder with a snuffer (in a very good condition)
Other: 1x Carbon spinnaker pole. 2x Aluminium spinnaker pole. Lewmar main sheet traveller (2014) with 2x Spinlock XTS jammer (2014), Lewmar main sheet blocks (2014), main sheet (2014), genoa sheets (2014), various sheets for other sails (in neat condition). New Dyneema halyards (2016). The genoa tracks are equipped with new roles (2015) and are adjustable from the cockpit. Insulated backstay. The bearings of the stow-a-way system have been renewed in 2005. The hydraulic system (including the hydraulic roller systems) are serviced in 2011. The cutter-rig: The best solution in combination with a furling genoa. In hard weather you load use a small jib on the cutter stay. When not using the cutter stay and check stays, you keep them close to the mast.
Navigation and electronics
Rudder indicator: via autopilot
Weatherfax/Navtex: 1x Furuno Navtex NX-300, 1x Furuno DFAX and 1x ICS Nav4 Navtex Plus (with a print roll)
Charts, pilots: various digital charts (1x chart for the Lowrance chart plotter from 2014)
Other: Simrad AI50 (2013) AIS with a screen (on the pedestal). Maritime board computer (without a fan) with a Neovo flatscreen, a keyboard and a mouse (at the navigation table). R & R Pacific antenna for VHF, FM/AM, TV, NAVTEX (complete renewed in 2010). B & G Hydra 2000 repeater (2010) at the navigation table. UTC Clock and a Weems & Plath Hi-Sensitive Barometer at the chart table. Schatz brass bell and Schatz brass barometer in the saloon.
Windlass: 2013: Lofrans electric windlass with a Lofrans wire-less remote control
Fenders, lines: X
Exterior cushions: 2010: 2x blue/beige striped cushion with 2x blue/beige striped back cushion
Swimming ladder: 2005: extended Custom Made stainless steel swimming ladder with teak steps
Swimming platform: 2005: Custom Made stainless steel bathing platform with teak slats
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: stainless steel stanchions, pulpit, pushpit with teak seats, double wired guardrail (2005) with amidships openings
Davits, crane: the stainless steel antenna pole on the stern has been provided with a fixed stainless steel outboard engine crane
Other: Shower on the aft deck (hot and cold water). Teak outboard engine bracket on the pushpit. Loose stainless steel bow ladder.
Radar reflector: radar reflector in the mast head
Gas bottle locker: in the anchor locker is a large gasbottle with a gashose of 2013 (must be replaced in 2018). The stainless steel gas hose behind the stove has been renewed in 2014. In the galley is an electric Truma gas valve
Other: Emergency tiller. New Life-Line band on the deck.