Rarely available in Australian or New Zealand waters this fine model will suit those searching for a quality branded blue water yacht of world renowned design. Her original owners sailed from Finland across the Atlantic, through Panama Canal and across the Pacific to Queensland. Her previous owners have completed a circumnavigation of Tasmania, New Zealand and cruised the waters of the Pacific and her current owners have cruised annually between Tasmania and Townsville.
|New South Wales
|Christoph Rassy/Olle Enderlein
|Hallberg Rassy Sweden
|38' 1" - 11.62m
|3.64 m / 11'11"
|1.84 m / 6'"
|9000 kg / 19840 lbs
Keel / Ballast:
|Cutaway forefoot, skeg hung rudder. 3.9 tons lead ballast
|GRP with Teak overlay
|Volvo Penta MD31A Direct Injection Diesel 4 cylinder. 62 horsepower at 2,000 rpm. Shaft driven. Fresh water cooled, giving a cruising speed under power of 6 knots. Reverse reduction gear type Mono Shift 2.4:1 ratio. Tachometer, voltage and oil pressure meter, temperature gauge and alarms. The engine compartment is sound insulated. The engine is accessible from the companionway and good side access. 3 blade 16"x15" bronze propellor with 35mm s/s shaft. Water lubricated cutlass bearing. "Wet" exhaust in rubber with water lock.
|Conventional shaft drive.
|210 litres in stainless steel tank
|The L-shaped galley is equipped with 2- burner stove with oven in gimbals. Permanent tubing with shut off valve for liquid gas from stove to gas bottle. 2 Gas bottles stored SB of the cockpit. Stainless double sink with running hot and cold water, electric and manual pumps.
|Refrigeration Eutectic and 12 volt compressors for drained icebox 195 litres.
Hot Water System:
|Electric and heat exchange hot water system
|The accommodation consists from forward: Forward cabin with two comfortable berths. Length of berths: 2.05 m. Stowage below the berths, accessible through doors. Shelves at sides. On the SB side of the passage, there is a hanging locker with louvered doors and one with shelves. On the P side is an unusually roomy toilet compartment with an electric toilet. Wash basin in china, sunk into the counter top. Running hot and cold water with a telephone type shower. The floor is made as a shower stall with teak grating over a drained well. Headroom 1.85 m.
|The main cabin:
Is built with fair sized sofa berths P and SB that make ¾ bunks. P sofa is made as a 2.13 m L-sofa. The SB sofa is 2.05 m. Bookshelves and lockers with louvered doors above the sofas. A large table, 1.15 m x 90 cm, with folding top panels. Stow room for bottles etc. In the mid section of the table. Aft in the main cabin is an L-shaped galley. On the Port side is the navigators table with chart locker, drawers, electric switch panel.
The aft cabin:
There are two berths, one extra wide, 105 cm. Shelves and lockers at sides. On the Port side in the aft cabin is a hanging locker. The cushions are all in heavy polyether foam. The floorboards are all teak.
Forward cabin: opening skylight and two opening port lights. Passageway and bathroom: opening skylight and two opening port lights, one vent. Main cabin: one opening skylight and four opening port lights, two Dorado vents. Aft cabin: two opening port lights and one opening skylight, one vent.
|Separate shower stall with H&C water
|Marine toilet and plumbing with holding tank
|Force 4 RIB (2003) Outboard 5 HP Yamaha 2010
|5 HP Yamaha 2010
|Sail covers, solid dodger with permanent windscreen of treated glass and opening middle panel, solid cockpit awning with attachable clears that completely enclose the cockpit.
|Main anchor Rocna 33kg plus 80m x 10mm chain. One 45lb CQR with chain and rode. One folding Admiralty anchor 45 lbs. Spare 50m x10mm gal. Chain (new). Lofrans "Kobra' horizontal windlass with rope and chain gypsy and up and down deck foot switch. Double bow rollers. Five oversize flexible dock lines. Six fenders.
|EPIRB with built in GPS, First Aid kit, Liferaft 2014,3 fire extinguishers, 2 floating rescue lights, 1 Life sling with light, 2 safety harnesses, 2 inflatable personal flotation devices, electric and manual bilge pump and 6 lifejackets.
|Electric and manual bilge pumps
|Lifejackets per regulations
|Flares per regulations
|Portable Fire Extinguishers
|12 V electrical system with one starting battery 150Ah, and three 125Ah house batteries which were new in 2016. One 60 Amp engine driven alternator is charging the two separate battery banks. The batteries are in a closed, ventilated, compartment.
Two 100w solar panels on cockpit roof, 1 x 68w on dodger and 1x100w portable. 22 LED lights throughout the boat. 3 engine room lights. 2 cockpit lights. Water gauge. Voltmeter 12V outlets including USB outlets and heavy Anderson plug. 240V Shore power plug and leads. Battery Charger. Water driven generator with propeller but not rope. Hot water service from engine and 240V. AM/FM radio in aft cabin and main cabin. 240v / 12v TV and DVD.
|VHF Radio, Navigation system - Raymarine Autopilot - Autohelm ST 6000, Main compass C. Plath. Pactor modem for sail mail, AIS, Raymarine GPS 9" chartplotter. Coastal charts, and cruising guides.
|Doyle fully battened main, three reefing points in main sail. Storm trysail. Headsail on furler. Two genoas, 2 ½ genoa and a No. 2 headsail. Storm jib hanked on inner forestay. New long genoa tracks with 4 Lewmar cars.
Mast / Rigging:
|Seldon mast 206 x 139mm with double spreaders, steps up mast, with anchor light, tricolour, steaming light, and deck light. Seldon boom with rodkicker and spinnaker pole
stowed up mast.
Rigging: 10mm and 8mm SS throughout and inner forestay. Dynema runners if needed.
|2 Sheet winches self tailing Lewmar 52,2 x 16 in aft cockpit. 2 x 40 ST halyard winches, 1 x No. 8 reefing winch.
Sailomat s/s windvane on transom.
Massive cockpit locker that contains 5 x 20l fuel containers as well as many lines and assorted gear. The bow locker accommodates 5 fenders easily. The lazarette locker is the entire stern which has housed a generator, spare anchors and many lines.
2 gates amidships through hand rail and 1 gate on transom. Boarding steps on transom and folding ladder into the water. Folding BBQ bracket on stern rail suits Weber. 6 large mooring cleats including 2 amidships. International navigation lights on pulpit and transom. Salt water washdown pump.
Plath compass on binnacle. The cockpit is self draining. Seats and gratings in teak. Elkhide covered stainless steering wheel. Portable cockpit table.
|Designed by the famous Swedish team of Olle Enderlein and Christoph Rassy, she is hull #73 of this most popular of all HR's. She is easily handled by a couple and perfectly balanced under all conditions. With a long keel and separate skeg and rudder, she combines the traditional long keel and the modern fin keel types. The HR382 is built according to Lloyd's specifications for "Certificate of Hull Construction" and under the personal supervision of Lloyd's surveyor in the respect of hull, deck and superstructures in GRP, main bulkheads, engine foundations, chain plates, rudder with fittings, and built in water tank. Hull moulding release note and certificate are supplied. She is offered fully imported with all Taxes Paid in both Australia and New Zealand with a very comprehensive list of spares, parts and many recent upgrades.
AUSTRALIAN REGISTRATION for International cruising No 860866
Lots of Tools and spares included.
Call David Flynn on +61423700782 to arrange an inspection.