Price Reduction – 2012 Hallberg-Rassy 64

Grabau International is delighted to announce the price reduction of the 2012 Hallberg-Rassy 64 ‘ALICE’S SWAN’.

Exceedingly rare to the market and 100% ready to go, this stunning example of a modern centre-cockpit Hallberg Rassy represents a fantastic saving over her new-build cost, plus the added appeal of immediately delivery…. why buy new?

FURTHER BROKER COMMENTS:

From 2012, this latest-generation centre-cockpit Hallberg Rassy boasts a fantastic inventory for fast short-handed cruising.

Launched for her current owner at the beginning of the 2012 season, she has cruised down to the Med and is now offered for sale in Italy as her owner has decided to go larger.

Exceedingly rare to the market and 100% ready to go, this stunning example of a modern aft-cockpit Hallberg Rassy represents a fantastic saving over her new-build cost, plus the added appeal of immediately delivery…. why buy new?

The main features of Alice’s Swan are:
– Two cabins two heads layout plus crew
– Centre cockpit
– Push-button hydraulic furling rig with in-mast mainsail, yankee and staysail
– Hydraulic mainsheet system with in-boom rams
– Asymmetric furling spinnaker
– Inmarsat sat coms and wifi antenna
– Electric winches
– Electro-hydraulic operated stern bathing platform
– Electro-hydraulic gangway
– New B&G instruments
– 12Kw generator
– 8.6 cubic meter aft deck lockers
– Webasto Heater
– Air conditioning system

ALICE’S SWAN is ready to sail attractively for buyers in both Europe and further afield.

YACHTING PRESS REMARKS:

“On the German Frers-designed HR64 everything is push-button controlled. The cutter-rigged headsails, of course, and also the mainsheet, which leads from a single point attachment abaft the cockpit to a captive system controlled by a tackle and hydraulic ram inside the boom. The vang is hydraulic, even the halyard fine-tunes can be operated by switches at the helm console.
Below, there is a long list of remote-operated gadgets: a huge plasma TV rises out of a longitudinal island in the saloon; each side of the double aft berth can be independently raised and lowered using an iPhone app (a fun way of waking someone up…).
All of which makes the boat wonderful to live on and a joy to sail. And I mean that. I was very sceptical, but when we sailed the boat in gusty conditions – 25 knots swirling off the skerries, and the boat under full sail because the photographer wanted to see her “fully cranked” – I was able to play the mainsheet like a dinghy with just a dab of the in and out buttons.”
Yachting World – June 2011

2012 Hallberg-Rassy 64 – ALICE’S SWAN – Now Asking Euro 1,399,000 ex VAT – full details here

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