A lovingly maintained example of the very popular early designed centre-cockpit sturdy build Hallberg-Rassy. Cutter ketch rigged boat for blue water adventures with a great pedigree.
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
SANTA LUCIA is hull nr. 104 and the penultimate is this hugely successful Olle Enderlein series design of which 105 were built between 1975 and 1981. Lovingly maintained she comes with a comprehensive cruising inventory with highlights such as:
• Ketch rig with furling mainsail and slab-reefing mizzen
• Furling genoa and MPS
• Bowsprit for mounting anchor and MPS
• Solid GRP hull construction with encapsulated fin keel and full-depth skeg rudder
• Teak laid deck – replaced 2010
• Aft teak/stainless steel bathing platform – fitted 2009
• Stainless steel dinghy davits
• Glazed windscreen forward of companionway
• Volvo 65hp engine with shaft drive and MaxProp feathering propeller
• Vetus bowthruster
• Wind generator and solar panels
• Twin engine alternators
• Recently replaced battery banks
• B&G instruments
• Holding tanks
• Refitted galley - 2009
It is very difficult to find a vessel so seaworthy and seakindly with an encapsulated keel, a strong motor, a tough hull and deck – 35 mm thick - a bowsprit with the genoa housed like a 44” yacht, the ketch rigging and a tankage as a 50” of these days.
SANTA LUCIA is ready for a world circumnavigation never done up to now. All the specifications had been improved during the years making this yacht so safe and not comparable with other more modern yachts.
A TREND SETTER
Hallberg-Rassy 41 was built during 1975 - 1981. A total of 105 hulls were built. The Hallberg-Rassy 41 quickly became a trend-setter. This was the first boat with a proper walk through to the aft-cabin below deck and the first Hallberg-Rassy with a blue stripe around the cockpi
SPECTACULAR FOR ITS TIME
The Hallberg-Rassy 41 is a long distance cruiser with the keel and rudder separated, and among other things a brim around the cockpit, which is slightly elevated, to give room for the passage below deck. The size of the boat and the outfitting was spectacular for its time: Pressured water, heated water, shower, electric anchor winch, headsail furling system, two separate heads, a powerful engine, solid and elegant wooden interior and gracious lines.
The basic principle for the layout, though greatly improved, is used to this day. The Hallberg-Rassy 41 has free passage from stem to stern below deck in one level. The galley is placed by the stairs, out of the ways from any passer-by, providing safety at sea and providing full headroom in the whole galley. The chart table on the opposite side is generous and with a real seat in the boats heading direction. The main mast is integrated with the bulkhead in the saloon, and do not pass through the table or the sofa.
HALLBERG-RASSY 41 WINS ROLEX GIRAGLIA RACE 2011
An old Hallberg-Rassy 41 ketch by the name of “Gianin 6” won in corrected time in her category (ORC, 23 boats) the famous Rolex Giraglia Race between St. Tropez and Genoa via Giraglia Island (top of Corsica Island). The distance is 245 nautical miles. The result is really a surprise in view of the type/age of the boat. The crew of seven, headed by her owner Pietro Supparo, are all friends and they took the race in a very “amateur” spirit…they even embarked 300 bottles of mineral water and had a big anchor on the bow as well as rolled jib etc… The only concession was new sails (not racing ones, of course, but cruising ones!). They came in front a big fleet of modern boats and aggressive skippers. Wind and sea conditions were quite calm for the whole race and participants were about 200 divided in various classes.
• Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) as she was first placed into use prior to 16th June 1998.
• The boat was built under the supervision from Germanischer Lloyd A 100 A1. A plaquette and full certificate is provided.
• Hull constructed of single piece GRP moulding
• Colour: White.
• Bottom treated with antifouling. Built in longitudinal stringers and tanks in GRP.
• GRP-sandwich construction, 25 mm with polyvinylcellular plastic as core material for strength and insulation.
• Hull and deck completely joined by overlapping GRP laminate.
• Bulwark formed in the deck and hull mouldings and fitted with a solid capping in teak.
• Handrails, cappings on cockpit, coamings, companionway, hatch guides, sole and seats in cockpit are all in solid natural teak.
• Laid teakdeck – replaced 2010.
Keel & Rudder:
• Ballast keel in iron, moulded in and completely protected in GRP.
• Rudder blade in GRP. Rudder main piece 40 mm diameter bronze.
• Heavy cast rudder fittings in bronze
Engine & gearbox:
• Volvo Penta MD 31, 65hp - 1992
• 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.
• Volvo Penta gear box.
• Single lever morse type cockpit controls with ignition panel.
Maintenance & Performance:
• Engine running hours 1,900 hours in 2022
• Last service 2022
Propulsion & Steering:
• Vetus 5hp 12vDC bowthruster with control in cockpit
• 3-bladed Max Prop propeller.
• Stainless steel propeller shaft
• Solimar wheel steering system.
• Hide covered stainless steel wheel.
• Emergency tiller steering system.
• 220vAC shore power system
• 12vDC onboard power system
Shore Power system:
• 220vAC system powered by shore power connection or inverter
• Sockets throughout interior.
• 12vDC domestic and engine systems
• Engine bank & bow thruster – 2x 135Ah 12v – 2018
• Domestic bank – 6x 12v for a 620Ah output – 2019
• Mastervolt 40Amp battery charger - 2005
• Prowatt 12vDC 100watt inverter – 2005
• 2x 50Ah engine mounted alternators
Wind and Solar:
• Philips 60 Watt solar panel array with controller
• Wind generator 400 Watt at the mizzen mast
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
• Fully pressurised hot and cold-water system.
• Hot and cold faucets provided in Galley and heads.
• Shower provided in heads.
• Manual foot pump in galley.
• Insulated 30 litre calorifier, heated from engine or 220vAC immersion heater element
• Manual bilge pump
• Electric bilge pump manually switched from panel at bridge deck.
• 2x stainless steel tanks 220 litres plus 240 litres with combined total of 460 litres
• Single deck filler.
• Fuel gauge at navigation station.
• One stainless steel tank located under the floor for 560 litres total capacity
• 2x Holding tanks
• Analogue gauges displaying at nav station.
• Fresh Water
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
• Neco autopilot with remote control
• Lowrance GPS chartplotter
• B&G H2000 wind, speed and depth – 2003
• B&G depth - 2007
At Chart Table:
• Koden 48NM Radar
• Garmin portable GPS
• Eagler portable echosounder – 2002
• Icom SSB 7100
• Icom 504 VHF with DSC
• Eno gimballed. Gas-fired galley stove with 2 burners and oven
• 12vDC Top loading built-in fridge with ice box and Frigoboat compressor
• Double stainless steel sinks with single faucet providing hot and cold water
• Heads forward and aft.
• Manual marine toilet.
• Porcelain wash hand basin with hot and cold faucets.
• Wash hand basin mixer faucet and shower fitting.
• Shower stall provided with electric pump out.
• LED lighting throughout interior.
• Overhead lighting in all cabins
• Reading lights in way of bunks and saloon settees
• CD/Radio head unit
• Speakers in saloon and in the cockpit
Summary of Accommodation:
• Maximum of 10 berths in double cabin forward, master double cabin aft with additional occasional bunks port & starboard in saloon. Double heads forward. Refitted U Galley layout with additional lockers and corian top
• All interior woodwork in light mahogany with a matt silk finish
• Locker doors with rounded edges and larger locker doors louvered for ventilation.
• Floors are varnished wood with inlaid holly stripes
• Saloon and aft cabin ceilings have panelling of mahogany strips
• Upholstery bases and mattresses 12cm thick with back rests 5cm thick.
• Curtains fitted for all skylights and portholes.
• Solid handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
• Laminate surfaces for galley
• White laminate surfaces for heads
• Deluxe Ting light blue cloth upholstery in accommodation cabins
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
• Two single berths in v-configuration.
• In-fill section to create large double berth.
• Ample stowage above and below bunks with dresser unit to starboard aft.
• Large deck hatch for ventilation.
• Accessible from passage way to forward cabin
• Bulkheads and lockers in white formica
• China sink set into counter top
• Teak sole grating
• Separate shower with watertight shower stall with curtain to protect varnish door.
• Large mirror
• Manual marine heads.
• Cupboards below washbasin and outboard.
• Ventilation via opening hatch
• Saloon with bench seating to starboard and L-shaped bench seat to port.
• Seating back rests hinge up to increase bunk width.
• Lee cloths fitted for port and starboard bunks
• Saloon table with folding leafs and bottle stowage within
• Headroom approx. 1.90m
• Storage provided in lockers overhead, outboard of seating.
• Single large opening deck hatch centrally.
• Portlights in coachroof sides outboard, 2 opening.
• Aft of saloon to starboard in U-shaped configuration as refitted in 2008 for additional lockers and ergonomy.
• Corian counter tops - 2008
• Gas galley stove, 2 burner, oven and grill.
• Double stainless steel sinks with pressurised water.
• Cupboards and drawers for food and utensil stowage.
• Forward facing chart table with dedicated seat positioned aft of saloon to port.
• Shelf space and spaces for navigation instruments.
• Chart storage within table and 4 drawers beneath.
• Counter top aft of navigators seat with small shelved locker beneath.
• Electric panel, tank gauges, VHF, Plotter and multi repeater.
Walkthrough to aft cabin:
• Access to engine space by two insulated and sealed doors.
• Single hanging locker outboard.
• Double berth to starboard with memory foam custom made mattress topper.
• Spacious single berth to port.
• Hanging locker on portside forward.
• Stowage above and below berths.
• Double spreader furling main masthead by Selden
• Single spreader mizzen mast by Selden
• Deck stepped masts
• Slab reefing mainsail, 2 reefs, managed at mast
• Spectra halyards - 2003
• Reckman genoa roller reefing system - 1996
• Harken Staysail roller – 2004
• Fanor MPS furler – 2010
• Discontinuous stainless steel wire standing rigging – checked 2018
• Selden rod-kicker for main boom - 1996
• Aluminium rigging screw protection tubes.
• Lewmar tracks and cars for mainsheet and genoa.
• Lazyjacks for mainsail
• Led decklights aft and forward deck
• Main boom with Selden rodkick
• Spinnaker pole
• Lewmar 12 2 speed winch for the mizzen sail Primary Winches – 2x 52 self-tailing, two-speed.
• Lewmar 34.2 self-tailing 2 speed winches for reefs in the cockpit - 2008
• 2x Lewmar 25.2 self-tailing 2 speed winches
• Lewmar 8 2 speed winch
• MPS 80mq with Facnor furler – 2010
• Genoa light 55mq – original
• Furling genoa light 50mq
• Furling Jib 40mq – original
• Furling Staysail 20 mq
• Furling main 40mq
• Furling main – original
• Bathing platform - 2009
• Radar reflector
Anchoring & Mooring:
• 12VDC 1200watt anchor windlass with remote control.
• Foot button controls on foredeck.
• Vulcan Rocna anchor 20kg
• 65m, 10mm anchor chain.
• Selection of mooring warps.
• Selection of fenders.
• Port and Starboad gate for swimming ladder
• 4x 15’’ mooring cleats
• 2x 10’’ mooring cleats
• Stainless steel aft davits for the dinghy
• Mooring lines
• Steering wheel cover
• Winches covers
• Fenders covers
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
• 10x lifejackets
• 2x Crewfit automatic inflatable lifejackets
• 4x fire extinguishers
Lying Imperia, Italy
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Lead Broker: Michele Antonini – Grabau International (Italia)
Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
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