GINNY is a Hallberg-Rassy 45 from 1990 and has hull number 18.
The Hallberg-Rassy 45 was built during 1988 - 1996. A total of 71 hulls were built. When the Hallberg-Rassy 45 was launched in 1988 it was a trendsetter. This was the first Hallberg-Rassy designed by Germán Frers. The Hallberg-Rassy 45 introduced an external lead keel, sturdy hull stiffener along and across the boat, between the floor and the keel, which reinforces the construction considerably. In addition it introduced a hull insulated with Divinycell foam core, which not only insulates from heat and cold, it also ensures an even firmer hull with a smooth inside, in contrast to the stringers of old days.
Fitted out in the traditional Hallberg-Rassy style. The accommodation comprises six berths in three cabins, plus a further berth in the main saloon. There are two separate heads compartments - one ensuite in the aft cabin. Pressurised hot and cold water in both heads and galley. Most interior lighting upgraded to LED bulbs.
The interior is finished in hand-rubbed, silk finished mahogany throughout. The floor is teak with inlaid holly stripes. The upholstery is blue. Beige curtains cover all windows. All hatches with sky shades, mosquito screens and blackout blinds. Both heads have separate shower compartments, porcelain hand basins, large mirror and teak grating.
There is ample storage, locker and drawer space throughout. All locker doors are louvred, all bunk tops are drilled and mahogany slatting is laid just off the GRP to allow a constant flow of air through the boat in order to minimise the risk of condensation. Each berth and the sofas in the main saloon have reading lights above them, and there are fans in every cabin.
Aft cabin: one double and one single berth
Main saloon: one single berth
Passage cabin: one single berth
Forward cabin: two single berths (V-shaped)
V berth cabin forward, with lockers around. Single berth in passage cabin (berth to starboard) with lee board. Forward heads to port with manual toilet, holding tank and deck pump out.
Saloon - L settee to port, table, bookshelves and lockers outboard, two arm chairs to starboard, with drinks/glasses locker between and lockers and shelves outboard. Folding table and two directors chairs.
Galley to starboard. Chart table to port with electric switch panel and a large hanging locker aft. Access to engine.
Aft cabin with double bed to starboard and single to port. Ensuite heads and shower area with electric toilet, holding tank and deck pump out.
All hatches with sky shades, mosquito screens and blackout blinds.
Candy Aquamatic 3.5 kg Washing Machine (2013)
Gas cooker s/s with three burners and oven
Solenoid shut off valve controlled remotely
Two water cooled fridge/freezers, both can be fridge or freezer
Cutlery, saucepans, cooking utensils, crockery, glasses etc.
Volvo Penta TMD31A 94HP diesel engine
Shaft driven gearbox
Maxprop 3-Blade feathering propeller
Maximum speed 8.5 knots
Approximate engine hours 3756 as at September 2020
Northern Lights M6732L 5kw generator (2004) with 2520 hours as at September 2020
Engine/Genset starting batteries 140 Ah (New Sept 2020)
24 volt domestic bank 360 Ah @ 24 volts (New Sept 2020)
12 volt domestic bank 200 Ah @12 volts
Inverter 600 watt (2014)
24 volt battery chargers, 2 x 25 amp Mastervolt working in tandem to give 50 amps (2004)
12 volt battery charger 25 amp Mastervolt. (2007)
24 volt and 12 volt alternators
Xantrex Link 20 24/12 volt battery monitor
Fuel capacity: 155 gallons (590 litres)
Water capacity: 264 gallons (1,000 litres) in four tanks
Two holding tanks (one fore and one aft)
Seafresh SH204A watermaker 60 litres/hr (2004) New membranes 2013
Electric automatic bilge pump and manual bilge pump
2 x electric fresh water pumps
Deck wash with outlet by mast
Webasto Airtop 55 (2018) diesel fired heating
Vetus bowthruster with twin propellers
Coolmax air conditioning 5,000 BTU with outlet at galley and aft cabin
Hot water via engine
5 hatches all fitted with Oceanair blinds and mosquito nets
Anchors and cable:
Lofrans Leopard Anchor Windlass with Quick remote control and chain counter in cockpit. Remote control in anchor locker
33 kg Rocna (2017) 90 mts 10mm chain (2012)
Fortress Anchor FX37 (2012) 70 mts Octoplat rode and 12mm chain
FOB 16 kg anchor
Small s/s grapnel
2 dinghy anchors
Two spreader lights and deck floodlight
Bathing platform and ladder
Hoist for outboard engine which also has emergency VHF, Navtex & two GPS antennas
Bimini with zipped side and back screens (2018)
Awning which goes from mast to backstay with zipped side screen
Cockpit cushions (2019)
Over boom cockpit cover (2016)
Anodised aluminium spars by Selden Mast
Three spreader rig stepped on deck
All standing rigging replaced May 2016
In mast furling mainsail system (manual)
Reckmann R3 furling genoa system with new furling line.
Harken furling system for staysail
Spinnaker pole, stows on mast
Selden solid kicker
2 off Lewmar CST66 manual
2 off Lewmar CEST52 electric
2 off Lewmar CST 43 mainsheet
2 off Lewmar CST43 halyard winches on mast
1 off Lewmar CST40 on boom for mainsail outhaul
In-mast furling Mainsail by UK Sails (2012)
130% furling Genoa by UK Sails (2018)
Staysail by UK Sails (2012)
Cruising Chute with snuffer
Plath steering compass on binnacle
Raytheon 40XX radar with mini ARPA
Raytheon Raystar 390 GPS
Raymarine RM 300 GPS
Raytheon ST50 Instruments:
In cockpit: Depth, Speed, Compass, Wind, Multi, Rudder and Nav Data
At chart table: Compass and Multi
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot with control unit under sprayhood and remote ST6002 next to wheel
Icom IC-M800 SSB
Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF with integrated AIS and loud hailer and horn. Remote control unit in cockpit next to helm where all facilities can be accessed
Shipmate RS 8100 VHF with connection to emergency antenna on stern
ICS Nav 6 Navtex
NASA barograph - new 2018
Wharfedale TV 26" flat screen
Digital TV antenna
Radio and CD player in saloon - new 2017
Radio and CD player in forward cabin - 2015
Radio and CD player in aft cabin - 2017
Speakers in saloon, forward & aft cabins
Speakers in cockpit
Ship's clock, barometer and temperature/humidity meter in brass by Wempe
The safety equipment included in this sale is sold as seen. It is the purchaser's responsibility to ensure it is serviced and installed to the correct specification for their use.
Plastimo 6 man liferaft in GRP canister fitted in quick release frame on pushpit - new 2016, serviced August 2020
Fire extinguishers: One Halon replacement in engine room remotely operated from cockpit locker - inspected/refilled March 2019, Two dry powder extinguishers in saloon - new 2017
Two lifebuoys with lights
Jackstays on deck, new 2020
Various flares and orange smoke (service dates unknown)
MOB Recovery system
McMurdo Fastfind 220 GPS PLB
Avon Rover 310 inflatable dinghy with inflatable floor and keel
Tohatsu 9.8HP 2 stroke outboard engine
We purchased Ginny in Mallorca in 2013 from the first owner who had kept the boat in Sweden for seven years before transporting her to the Balearics. The engine had only 800 hours at the time. During the time that we have owned Ginny we have constantly added to the equipment on board and upgraded her. We have sailed her extensively in the Mediterranean and twice over wintered in the Red Sea. She is a delight to sail, fast, well balanced and powerful with perfect accommodation for two people and ample room for guests. We will be very sad to see Ginny go as she has been such a large part of our life over the past seventeen years.
The Hallberg-Rassy 45 was built between 1988 - 1996. A total of 71 hulls were built.
When the HR 45 was launched in 1988 it was a trendsetter. This was the first Hallberg-Rassy designed by Germán Frers.
The HR 45 introduced an external lead keel, sturdy hull stiffener along and across the boat, between the floor and the keel, which reinforces the construction considerably. In addition it introduced a hull insulated with Divinycell foam core, which not only insulates from heat and cold, it also ensures an even firmer hull with a smooth inside, in contrast to the stringers of old days.
The HR 45 combined all Hallberg-Rassy’s traditional hallmarks, like style, sturdiness, comfort, fine woodwork, thorough technical installations and an ample tank capacity with sailing characteristics unsurpassed for a sailing boat of this type. The Hallberg-Rassy 45 claimed overall victory in the ARC over the Atlantic, in competition with a range of vessels from Whitbread boats and racers/cruisers to smaller family style boats.
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