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Hallberg-Rassy 35 Rasmus

Build year:  1974

Bogense Marina, Denmark

Sailing boat for sale

40,160 EUR

(300,000 DKK)

  • Kim Fleischer
  • Lindevej 54
  • 5250 Odense SV
  • Denmark
  • +45 27778690
  • +45 27778690
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Hallberg-Rassy 35 Rasmus

  • Family boat
  • Classic boat
  • High quality boat
  • Easy to handle
  • Liebhaveri
  • Perfect long distance boat
  • Spacious
  • Cabin with U-sofa arrangement
  • Non smoker boat
  • Very well maintained
  • Perfect for rivers
  • Long keeler
  • Aft cabin

Here no compromises on cosiness (Hygge) or safety!! Long trip, Canal trip, Cosy trip, or just a boat trip, what do you want? No wind / a lot of wind Rasmus 35 manages it all !! You always feel safe in a Rasmus 35, and then it is easy to get space in the harbour for a beautiful ship only 3.05m wide and just 1.3m draft. Deep central cockpit with plenty of space for fenders, anchor + chain, moorings, shore power, cans, spare parts, tools, etc. Under the "hat" there is always shelter, a super feature in the Danish weather; Private aft cabin, with two cosy bunks. Go forward in the ship and down to the lounge, where in starboard there is a long pantry with gas oven and 2 burners, the chart table doubles as a kitchen table. In port, good seating around the table, which are later easily lowered and converted to a double berth. Before the sliding door to the large front cabin there is a cupboard in starboard and toilet and shower in port, Everywhere there are cupboards and storage places for all your equipment Rasmus 35 # 251: Good robust boat with history! In 1974, the boat was sold to a Dutch family father, who took good care of it until the son "inherited" the boat in 2002, when a new Volvo-Penta D2-55 and MS25L Gear were installed (now with 1890h on the clock). Most seacocks replaced in 2004. The boat received a major upgrade in 2006, rudder installation was overhauled and renovated, new propeller; Mainsail, Genoa on furler with fine UV edge, and an almost unused jib; The sails are still in great shape just like the boat. The water tank has been replaced and pressurized water has been installed. Black-jack and the hydraulic steering Upgraded with a Vetus in 2013. But in 2014, the next owners sailed the boat via the canals to Denmark; here the good maintenance life continued with the new stern tube bearing, Bov-propeller Sidewinder SE 60 with own battery installation in 2014, 75Ah with switch and powerful cables from the motor battery. In 2016, the exhaust elbow was replaced, the diesel tank cleaned up, and a dual Vetus Diesel filter console retrofitted. Raymarine autopilot ST6002 with hydraulic pump in 2011, Raymarine ST40 anemometer, Raymarine depth gauge, and in 2021 a new Garmin CV62 chart plotter was added. Battery switch with voltage monitoring 80Ah motor- and 2*90Ah consumption batteries; shore power with CTEK and Mastervolt chargers. Cooling box w, compressor. Electric heating, newer Eno gas Stove with 2 burners and oven. Lazy jacks, sail covers for both the mainsail and genoa, cockpit tent and strong winter cover (cockpit) Various Mooring lines, fenders, fender rope, cockpit cushions, ladder, inflatable boat, new 2021 boat hook Hook and Moor. All cushions were upgraded in 2004 and still really nice, carpets and curtains are packed away (but in storage). All in all, a nice original boat, in very good condition, and with a few nice discreet upgrades! And without the worry of a Teak deck!!

Specifications Equipment

Materiale / unit

Hull type

Fibreglass

Length

10.50

Beam

3.05

Deplacement

6000

Depth

1.30

Motor & technic

Engine

Volvo Penta D2 - 55

Total power

55

Engine year

2002

Engine count

1

Engine place

Inboard

Engine hours

1890

Fuel

Diesel

Drive shaft

w/ shaft

Cooling system

Fresh water

Crusing speed

6

Max Speed

7

General

Hull condition

Engine condition

Cabin condition

Mast and sail condition