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2005 Hallberg Rassy 37



Information and Equipment List


Galley



Salon



Navstation



Port side fw




Fw cabin



Aft cabin



Aft cabin



Salon aft



Yanmar engine


Engine room2



DC panel






Head
Specs
Builder: Hallberg Rassy
Designer: German Frers

Dimensions
LOA: 37'2
Beam: 11'8
LWL: 33'6
Maximum Draft: 6'3
Displacement: 16,500 lbs
Ballast: 7100 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 54'11

Engines
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine(s) HP: 54
Engine Model: 4JH4E
Cruising Speed: 7'6
Maximum Speed: 9,2
Engine Hours: 2300

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 107gals.
Fuel Tanks: 91 gals.
Holding Tanks: 18 gals.


Accommodations

Headroom is 6'4 and berth lengths are 7', accommodating five plus two on the settees in the salon when needed. Salon berths are equipped with lee cloths for comfort and safety on long passages. Aft cabin has a double berth to port with a small divider settee from the starboard single berth.

Electronics & Navigation Equipment

  • Raymarine ST60 Speed at companionway
  • Raymarine ST60 Depth at companionway
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind at companionway
  • Raymarine ST60 Repeater in aft cabin
  • Raymarine ST7001G Autopilot
  • ICOM502 VHF with HM195 Command Mic at helm(2012)
  • ICOM 502 SSB radio and AT-190 tuner
  • Insulated backstay for SSB
  • SCS Pactor SSB Modem (2011)
  • Furuno 1834  10.4"TFT NAVnet VX2 Chartplotter (2011)
  • CMAP charts for East Coast & Caribbean
  • Garmin 196 Backup GPS integrated in NMEA bus
  • Pioneer Stereo w/CD player;AM-FM radio & remote control device. Stereo speakers in aft cabin,salon,& cockpit
  • Sea & Symphony speakers in cockpit (2011)
  • DSC Pacific antenna includes DSC/GSM; VHF; TV; SSB; AM/FM radio transmit/receive capability
  • Tri-color masthead lite w/LED anchor lite
  • Ecomax230 Radar reflector
  • Automatic Identification System (AIS): SafePassage AIS 100 receiver w/ chartplotter interface 
  • Maxsea PC software w/ Furuno network interface & AIS readout
  • Furuno 4KW Radome antenna on mast
  • NMEA/RS232C Interface w/PC conn.
  • Iridium Satellite phone with external antenna

Electrical
Borealis is equipped with the standard 60amp alternator, which charges the start battery, as well as a 140amp engine driven alternator which charges the house bank of batteries. There is also an emergency start feature which provides a crossover in emergency situations whereby the house bank is switched over to do an engine start.
  • 115V Shore power system with GFCI & 5 receptacles
  • 12V DC ship's system with outlets
  • 30Amp galvanic isolator for shore power
  • Mastervolt Smart 12v 50amp. battery charger w/MICC remote
  • Red courtesy light in companionway
  • Navigation & steaming lights
  • Deck light on mast
  • 4 Trojan house batteries 450 amps capacity (2010)
  • 1 62AH engine starter battery
  • 60Amp alternator
  • 140Amp high output alternator (rebuilt 2012)
  • Emergency engine start system
  • 6 Hella turbo cabin fans

Deck and Safety.
  • Jacklines for safety on deck
  • "D" ring for safety harness hookup
  • MOB pole
  • Removable cutter forestay
  • Double bow rollers
  • 20kg/44lb Delta anchor with 50m/163ft stainless steel 8mm chain rode with 200 ft 8 pleat 5/8 rope
  • 15kg Bruce anchor with 200' rope and chain rode
  • Fortress FX-37 storm anchor
  • Lewmar electric anchor windlass w/gypsy & capstan
  • Windlass remote switch at helm
  • Avon ORC six-man life raft in canister (inspected 2011)
  • Bullet Wifi extender
  • Port & Stbd. teak seats on stern pulpit
  • ACR EPIRB
  • McMurdo EPIRB
  • Outboard motor mount on stern pulpit
  • MOM-8A Man Overboard Module
  • Lifesling throwable PFD
  • Horseshoe lifering
  • Hard windscreen with sprayhood
  • Full cockpit enclosure
  • Bimini with s/s frame & window
  • Shower at the bathing platform
  • 6 33' docklines and 2 100' mooring lines

Engine & Mechanical Equipment
Borealis is powered by a Yanmar 54hp 4 cylinder diesel auxiliary engine, fresh water cooled, mounted on four rubber engine mounts in an insulated engine room. The engine room is huge, providing easy access to all parts of the engine and other mechanical equipment. With approximately 91 US gals of fuel, her cruising range is about 700 nautical miles.
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Submersible high water emergency pump
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Engine seawater intake filter
  • Flojet anchor washdown pump, 13lpm
  • Webasto Airtop diesel cabin heater
  • Emergency tiller
  • Jordan Series Drogue
  • 11 gal. stainless steel well-insulated hot water heater
  • Water cooled fridge compressor for reduced electric consumption
  • Flex-O-Fold 3 blade propeller
  • 3 bladed fixed prop mounted as spare
  • Filter fresh water system with approximately 107 gallon tank capacity
  • Spectra VT200 watermaker (2011)
  • 2x50 Watt solar panels (2011) 
  • Airbreeze Wind Generator (2011) 

Sails & Rigging
Double spreader deck stepped rig by Selden with removable inner forestay
  • Elvstrom EMS Trioptimal DC cloth
  • Elvstrom 32.7sqm. jib (100%) w/gray UV protection wrapper on jib "New 2009"
  • North Sails Gennaker with Sock (2011)
  • Storm sail
  • Wheel & pedestal cover
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Spinnaker halyard
  • Selden Backstay tensioner
  • Spinnaker pole mounted on mast with topping lift
  • Selden gas rod kick (boom vang)
  • Selden Furlex headsail furler
  • Selden Furlin In-mast furler w/battened main
  • Lewmar furler line jamcleat
  • Lewmar 30 CST winch w/lines led to cockpit
  • Lewmar 30 CST self-tailing halyard winch
  • Lewmar 30 CST self-tailing jib halyard winch
  • Lewmar 48 CST sheet winches


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