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    Hallberg Rassy - 41

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    MEANDERER is a well loved and well equipped Hallberg-Rassy 41, currently lying in Croatia. Interior photos will be available soon. Designed originally by Olle Enderlein she has been in her second and current ownership since December 1994. If you are looking for Scandinavian craftsmanship, comfortable and spacious accommodation, MEANDERER is well worth viewing. Call the office in Hamble to make the necessary arrangements.

    Accommodation
    First class workmanship in selected mahogany with silk varnished finish. The accommodation consists from forward: CHAIN LOCKER:
    Water and gastight stowage for propane/butane bottles, anchor chain below Gas regulator and pressure gauge
    Galley operated solenoid shut-off valve
    Portable 800 lph seawater pump and flex for washing anchor and chain
    The space is accessible from deck and drained overboard
    FORWARD CABIN:
    Forepeak with two comfortable berths. Length of berths: 2.05m (6’ 8”) Infill cushion between berths gives 0.8m (2’ 8”) width at shoulder
    Below the berths are stowage areas, accessible through doors
    2 reading lights and top light
    Seacock for toilet inlet under cabin sole
    The inside of the hull is lined with mahogany Shelves at sides
    A sliding door separates the forepeak from the passage to the main cabin
    On the starboard side of the passage is a good sized hanging locker FORWARD HEADS COMPARTMENT:
    On the port side is an enclosed toilet compartment with a pump action marine toilet
    40 litre holding tank
    Wash basin in china
    Pressurised hot and cold water with telephone type shower
    Manual fresh water pump as reserve
    Shower curtain, mirror and lockers MAIN SALOON:
    The main cabin is built with settee berths port and starboard
    Port side settee is made as a 7’ 0” L-shaped settee with 180ltr fuel tank and 50ltr water tank under The starboard settee is 6’ 8” with full length storage under for maintenance spares etc.
    Bookshelves and lockers outboard above the settees
    The inside of the hull above berths is lined with mahogany slats
    Marine radio and CD player

    GALLEY:
    Aft in the main cabin is an L-shaped galley equipped with Force 10 3-burner stove with oven & grill in gimbals (1988) Drained icebox 220 litres with 12v refrigeration unit with freezer compartment
    Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water, manual pump in reserve
    Work surfaces in teak effect laminate Lockers and drawers
    Carbon monoxide gas alarm above cooker
    Pilot dual gas alarm with cut-off operating solenoid valve by gas bottles

    CHART TABLE:
    On the port side is navigators table with chart locker, drawers, electric switch panel with voltmeter, +/-ammeter and gauges for freshwater and fuel
    Navtex printer, MLR back up GPS, Garmin 76 hand portable GPS, Merlin patent battery status meter
    Electronic processors for RR multiple antenna, Sea Me enhanced radar reflector and for the remaining NMEA0183 items still useful on the network
    VHF radio and AIS receiver
    Waterproof handheld VHF radio
    Chart stowage below lifting table
    Oilskin locker behind the companionway ladder together with two primary filters for the de-salinator and a 300 watt inverter (modified sine wave)
    Breaker panel for B & G radar, autopilot and shower drain pump
    Breakers for equipment not to be disconnected by main house battery isolator: Auto bilge pump and Heater
    The engine room is reached from the passageway to the aft cabin through insulated doors on the left and on the right is a work bench with all the tools needed for Meanderer
    Outboard over the workbench are closed lockers for engineering and maintenance parts Under the work bench are 2 service batteries and the engine start battery, an open chart storage shelf and more parts storage
    AFT CABIN:
    In the aft cabin there are two berths 1.95m (6’ 10”) x 0.8m (2’ 9”)
    3 house batteries stowed below the port bunk and a 230v power socket (UK)
    The inside of the hull is lined with mahogany
    Shelves at sides
    On the port side in the aft cabin is a hanging locker and drawers AFT HEADS COMPARTMENT:
    The roomy separate toilet compartment in the aft cabin is similarly equipped as the forward Headroom 1.9m (6’ 8”)
    Thermostat shower
    Mechanical Systems
    Volvo Penta D2-55 55HP 4 cylinder marine diesel engine (2008), fresh water cooled
    Stainless steel prop shaft with 3 bladed Brunton Autoprop (2001)
    Engine driven water maker 50ltr/hr.(2001)
    Neco Autopilot actuator (1988), freshwater pump, diaphragm electric bilge pump, fuel tank hand sump pump
    Halyard patent shaft seal (2001)
    Sound insulated engine space
    Eberspacher 4kW warm air heater (2001) ELECTRICS:
    12v electrical system six batteries, one for engine start & five for domestic use
    115 amp engine alternator with built-in three stage charging sensor.(1995)
    Two electric switch panels at chart table
    Protected shore power ring main with breakers for hot water immersion heater, shore power charger, galley sockets, chart table socket

    FUEL:
    Two diesel tanks 420 litres (100 gallons) with separate pump in the engine room for draining of water or sludge in the tank WATER:
    Freshwater tank is located under the floor in the main saloon
    Capacity 560 litres (125 gallons)
    Insulated 10 gallon hot water tank with 700 watt immersion heater
    Hot and cold pressurised water system with in line carbon filter
    Engine driven water maker
    Small 50 litre side tank under port saloon settee
    Spars and Sails
    The masts are deck stepped directly over strengthened bulkheads
    Masts and booms in silver anodised aluminium
    2 Lewmar 46 self tailing for genoa sheets
    2 Lewmar 44 self tailing for gybe preventers, genoa furling, jib sheets
    1 Lewmar 43 for mizzen sheet
    2 Lewmar 43 on stern coachroof for mizzen staysail 2 Lewmar halyard winches (fishing reel type and wire halyards) and a Lewmar 43 halyard winch for the furling genoa on main mast 2 Lewmar halyard winches on mizzen mast
    2 Lewmar winches on main boom for reef and outhaul
    Very rarely do we need to winch the main sheets or winch furl the genoa
    Boom Selden strut vang tackle for main
    Adjustable Lewmar track cars for the foresail sheets on Lewmar heavy alloy track
    Standing rigging last renewed in (2001)
    Main shrouds and stays in Ø 8 mm 1xl9 stainless steel wire
    Mizzen shrouds and stays Ø 6 mm) 1xl9 stainless steel wire
    Stainless, through deck on to main frame chain plates, and stemhead fitting
    The outer forestay is equipped with a Reckman st/st furler
    Inner forestay Spinnaker pole stowed on mast
    Carbon fibre whisker pole (2001)
    Gybe preventer system/whisker pole guy SAILS:
    Partially battened mainsail with 2 slab reefing points (2001)
    Mizzen sail with 1 reefing point (2003)
    There are lazy jacks and blue canvas sailtainers on both the main and mizzen boom
    Furling genoa 130% (2001)
    Furling genoa 110%
    Orange storm trysail (2001) Special track on main mast raised over the furled mainsail
    Hank-on yankee for inner forestay
    Hank-on staysail for inner forestay
    Hank on storm jib for inner forestay
    Mizzen staysail
    Spare mainsail & mizzen sail
    Cruising spinnaker with snuffer
    Navigation Equipment
    The New Brookes and Gatehouse navigation system uses NMEA 2000 (N2K) and the components are:

    - B & G Combined depth, log and water temperature transducer
    - B & G RC42N fluxgate rate compass
    - B & G BR24 4G broadband radar for Zeus
    - B & G Zeus multifunction 8” radar/chart plotter display (2014)
    - 5 B & G Multifunction sailing instruments over sliding hatch(2014)
    - Simrad GoFree WiFi wireless module
    - B & G Multifunction sailing instrument below at inner chart table (2014)
    - B & G Masthead wind transducer
    - Navionics navplanner software for Zeus
    - Actisense NMEA 0183 to USB serial gateway to PC
    - Actisense N2K to USB serial gateway to PC
    - Standard VHF with AIS receiver (2014)
    - Neco autopilot with Simrad control panel and course computer (2001)
    - Navionics charts for Adriatic for Zeus Multifunction instrument
    Deck Equipment
    Bowsprit with SL electric anchor windlass with gypsy and drum
    45lb CQR main bower anchor with 45m 3/8” chain
    35lb CQR anchor
    24lb Danforth kedge anchor with 10m chain & 30m warp Large Fisherman’s anchor
    Teak side decks replaced in (2005)
    Teak handrails, capping rails, cockpit seating and sole
    Mooring cleats forward, aft & amidships
    Double guard wires with stainless steel stanchions
    Entry gates port & starboard
    Davits for the RIB
    Fixed windscreen with opening centre section
    Manual fixed Whale diaphragm bilge pump with handle in cockpit
    Over boom Sprayhood
    Fixed bathing ladder on transom
    Various warps, fenders, boathooks
    Hook on bathing ladder with 5 steps to use in entry gates
    Safety Equipment
    Viking six man liferaft in rigid canister stowed on stern coach roof
    5 fire extinguishers in saloon, fore cabin, aft cabin, lazarette and autogas cylinder in engine room
    Fire blanket in galley
    Coastal flare pack in lazarette
    Kannad Epirb with GPS
    2 horseshoe lifebuoys with strobe lights
    3 harness attachment points in cockpit
    5 auto inflating life jackets and a child size one
    4 manual blow up lifejackets
    Tender and Outboard
    Bombard inflatable dinghy (2014)
    Suzuki 2.5HP outboard engine (2010)
    Additional Equipment
    Wind or water turbine generator (5A wind and 6A water) (2001)
    1kVA Honda petrol generator with 230V and 12V 8A charging outlet
    SeaMe electronic radar reflector (booster)
    1.5m stern drogue
    Radar reflector on mizzen mast
    Emergency solar powered floating freshwater still in sealed bag
    Wooden passarelle/cum barge board for dock mooring
    Pair of bolt croppers
    Portable manual whale pump on a footboard with a long handle
    Overboom whole cockpit protective cover down to guardrails
    Ball and cone, one fender, 2 snubber warps with anchor hooks and 5 litre petrol can in bow locker
    12V oil pump with 1m flexible suction to go into sumps
    Good selection of s/s saucepans, lids, kettle, knives, cooking equipment, bowls, baking tins, electric whisk and a macerator etc.
    Sets of 8 (roughly) melamine large, medium and small plates, bowls and large china bowls and K F S s/s
    Owner's Comments
    General
    Meanderer is 40 years old and for the last 20 years has been used for up to 10 months a year but never less than 6 months. It has been repaired and maintained to a high standard to keep it up to making ocean voyages. Safety and usefulness do come before cosmetic matters.
    We plan to continue using her for 4 or 5 months a year for the foreseeable future.
    NAVIGATION
    The B & G suite of navigation equipment uses all N2K interconnections except for the autopilot operation. To save money after our lightning strike in 2014, we used the original Simrad course computer to work the Neco autopilot. This is not compatible with the B & G equipment because it uses NMEA 0183, however, as the Simrad has its own compass it does work well independently from the B & G.
    We are planning to buy and install the B & G N2K course computer this summer to complete the system. £1,500 installed.
    CANVAS, UPHOLSTERY AND CURTAINS
    The canvas covers are serviceable but need regular re-stitching due to the ultra violet light in the Med.
    Some of the original mattress and seatbacks really need replacing. £2,000. The original HR corduroy has done well over 40 years, but is very expensive.
    Some of the blue woven gingham curtains need to be replaced due to the ultra violet light. About £500 for a new stock of the fabric.
    GALLEY
    One of the three burners on the cooker has developed a fault and has been isolated from the gas. The two remaining rings, the grill and oven are all working well. A new installed Force 10 cooker would cost £1,700. The original Canadian Force 10 company sold out to EOS in France a few years ago. The new French ones look fantastic but the materials used are inferior and reports are not good. The UK agent says there is a market for second hand original Canadian ones.
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    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.