Sail details AMARYLLA

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Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd
Hamble Point Marina
School Lane, Hamble
SOUTHAMPTON SO31 4JD
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1986 Hallberg-Rassy 352 — AMARYLLA
Builder
Hallberg-Rassy Varvs AB
Year
1986
Make
Hallberg-Rassy
LOA
10.54m
34’6”
Class
HR352
LWL
8.70m
28’6”
Style
Centre cockpit yacht
Beam
3.38m
11’1”
Construction
GRP
Draft
1.67m
5’5”
Type
Cruising Yacht
Displacement
6.7 Tonnes
Keel
Long fin & Skeg
Lead Keel
3.0 Tonnes
Rig
Masthead Sloop
Fuel
240 Litres
Designer
Olle Enderlein
Water
300 Litres
Engine
Volvo Penta MD2003T 43HP
Accommodation
6 berths in 3 cabins
including saloon
Price : £ 65,000 VAT Paid
Scandinavian version of this capable family cruiser. AMARYLLA underwent a
comprehensive refit in 2002 at the Hallberg-rassy yard in ELLOS.
The greatest care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars and they are believed to be accurate at the time of printing however in this case we are
acting as brokers only . The correctness of the details can not be guaranteed and they should not constitute the terms of any contract. A prospective purchaser is
strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or engine trial.
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1986 Hallberg-Rassy 352 - AMARYLLA
Layout Plan
General Characteristics
Number of Heads
1
Engine hours
4600
Number of Showers
1
Steering
Wheel
Water
Hot and cold pressurised
Drive type
Shaft
Heating
Eberspacher heating
Cruising speed
6.5 knots
Domestic Inventory:
First class workmanship in selected mahogany, hand rubbed and treated
to a silk smooth finish. The accommodation consists from forward of:
Forward cabin with two comfortable berths. Length of berths 2,05 m
(6'8"). Filler between berths. Stow room below berths. Inside of hull
lined with mahogany. Cupboard forward in cabin above berths. Shelves
at the sides.
A door separates the forward cabin from the passage to the main cabin.
On stbd side of the passageway are two good-sized hanging lockers.
On port side an unusually roomy toilet cabin with marine head. Mirror
and toilet lockers. The floor is made as a shower stall with teak grating
over a drained wall. Headroom 1.85m (6').
The main cabin is built with fair sized sofa berths port and starboard.
Port side sofa is made as a L-sofa. The sofas are 2m (6'6").
Book shelves and lockers behind sofas.
Large table (37"x4') with folding wings.
Stow room for bottles etc. in mid section of table.
Ceiling is lined with vinyl panels. Head room in main cabin 1.89m
(6'3").
Aft in main cabin is a U-shaped galley equipped with a 2-burner stove
with oven in gimbals.
Drained ice box 80 litres.
Stainless double sink 24"x14" with manual fresh water pump.
On port side, navigation table with chart locker, drawers, electric switch
panel with voltage, fresh water and fuel tank meters.
In the passageway to the aft cabin there is a work bench with stowage
lockers.
Locker for oil skin gear below companionway ladder.
Drawers below berths in aft cabin. Cupboard above berths. Shelves at
the sides. Hanging locker on port side of the cabin. Escape hatch to
deck.
The upholstery in high quality furniture fabric with cushions in 4"
heavy polyester foam.
Floorboards made of 20 mm teak with light colour hotly inlay stripes.
Wall to wall carpets.
The greatest care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars and they are believed to be accurate at the time of printing however in this case we are
acting as brokers only . The correctness of the details can not be guaranteed and they should not constitute the terms of any contract. A prospective purchaser is
strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or engine trial.
1986 Hallberg-Rassy 352 - ARMARYLLA
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Rig and Sails:
Spars and rigging from Seldén Mast AB.
Mast and boom made from silver anodized aluminium alloy.
Mast 206/139 mm, tall version with sets of spreaders.
Chainplates are made of stainless steel.
Main boom 150/105 mm with slab reefing system (2 reef Lines) +
outhaul.
Rod kick.
All standing rigging renewed 2008
Tracks and cars, new 2002
Mainsail (Hood 2005)
Genoa (110% circa 2008).
Genoa. Original 130% genoaTriradial Spinnaker (light) original.
Hood Tri radial cruising chute (heavy cloth) circa 1990.
Storm Jib/working jib (in orange) and hanked onto inner forestay.
Removable inner forestay
Mechanical:
Volvo Penta MD2003T, complete rebuild 2002
Sterntube, shaft and cutlass bearing renewed 2014
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine compartment.
50 Amp alternator
2 x 12v batteries. 140Ah for consumption, 60Ah starter battery
Eberspacher heating
Navigation equipment:
Raytheon E series chart plotter with 10 inch display on chart table and 7 inch repeater in cockpit (2009)
Binnacle Compass replaced circa 10 years ago
Raytheon wind direction, wind speed and depth displays in cockpit (2007)
Raytheon Radar (incorporated with e series).
Autohelm 6000 auto pilot integrated with E series (completely
reprogrammed 2014)
Deck equipment:
Sheet winches: 2 Lewmar 43C 2-speed
Four stainless steel mooring cleats
Two stainless steel mooring cleats amidships
Built in rubbing strake with bronze profile
Cockpit cover
Sprayhood
Bimini
Extra deep bathing ladder on transom
Lewmar winches
All over winter cover (new 2010)
New teak decks by HR 2002
Teak pushpit seats
Entry gate in lifelines port and starboard
Francis electric anchor windlass
Substantial stainless electronic mast installed on transom
Cockpit speakers
36lb Delta anchor with chain
Safety equipment:
Electric and manual bilge pump
Liferaft (onboard but not included in sale)
EPIRB (onboard but not included in sale)
Jon buoy (onboard but not included in sale)
Dinghy and weaver davits (onboard but not included in sale)
The greatest care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars and they are believed to be
accurate at the time of printing however in this case we are acting as brokers only . The correctness
of the details can not be guaranteed and they should not constitute the terms of any contract. A
prospective purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or engine trial.
1986 Hallberg-Rassy 352 - ARMAYLLA
The greatest care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars and they are believed to be accurate at the time of printing however in this case we are
acting as brokers only . The correctness of the details can not be guaranteed and they should not constitute the terms of any contract. A prospective purchaser is
strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or engine trial.
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