An absolutely immaculate example of this fantastic Hallberg-Rassy 310. She is hull number 3 with the usual great inventory for short handed blue water cruising - includes: central heating, Yanmar engine with only 250 hours logged, electric primary winches, three sails, bowsprit, and much more. It is VERY rare to find a boat in such a good condition - come and view!
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - +44 (0)1473 659681
All interior woodwork in light mahogany matt silk finish. Approx 1.86m headroom. Flush locker doors with ventilation above and invisible hinges. Floor is varnished wood with inlaid holly strips. Saloon ceiling has panelling with mahogany strips and ceilings in remainder of boat have light lining. Cushions on all berths sandwich foam, 10 cm harder and 2 cm softer on top, totally 12 cm / 5’’ thick and resting on unvarnished, well ventilated boards to avoid condensation. Many handholds. All portholes are fitted with curtains. Blinds also under the skylights in the saloon and forward cabin.
Saloon: On port side an L shaped 2.00 m / 6’ 7’’ long sofa, on starboard a straight 2.00 m / 6’ 7’’, with backrests with upper hinges such that the whole width of the berth can be used for sleeping accommodation. Beige 436 fabric upholstery. Between the settees a large table with foldable sides. Top opening bar in the table. Vanity on port side with electric panel. Headroom in saloon 1.86 m / 6’ 1 1/2’’.
Galley: L shaped galley. Fully insulated icebox with Isotherm electric compressor for chilling and a basket for small items. Extra deep, double sinks. ENO two burner gas cooker with oven, gimballed with fiddle rails and locking device for oven door and also for the cooker when in use in the marina. Crockery locker and cutlery drawer. Bread board. Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils. There are special places for the waste bin and other items. Hot and cold pressurised fresh water system with 200 litres capacity.
Heads Compartment: Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Teak grating. Wash basin and countertop in solid composite mineral stone material. Large mirror. Pump action toilet with a 50 litre holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out. Cupboard below the washbasin. Shower with pump out. Ventilation through opening skylight and side portlight.
Forward Cabin: 2.06 m / 6’ 9’’ long double berth, foot end 36 cm and aft end 176 cm wide. Generous stowage above and below and in addition a vanity to starboard and a hanging locker aft of the vanity. Opening skylight with curtain under.
Aft Cabin: Hanging locker and a comfortable double berth, size 2.06 m where it is longest and 2.01 m where it is shortest. 1.43 m wide where it is widest and the foot end 1.00 m. Stowage room below and above.
Webasto Airtop 3900 diesel fired central heating system with thermostat and four outlets. Radio/CD player.
Double spreader deck stepped rig by Selden, 2009. Top shrouds and lower shrouds are separated on deck for easy passage and easy sheeting of the genoa jib. Main boom with outhaul and two single line reefs led aft to the cockpit and lazyjacks. Under-deck Furlex TD headsail furling system. Backstay tensioner with 1:16 purchase. Main sheet track removable. Towing genoa cars. Two Lewmar 40 self tailing ELECTRIC primary winches. Two Lewmar 30 self tailing coachroof mounted control line winches. Stainless steel bow sprit.
Engine: Yanmar 3YM20C with sail drive (SD20). 2009 engine. The engine has logged 250 hours. 3 cylinder engine, 19hp, 22 Kw. Mounted with three rubber feet on strong foundations and saildrive to reduce vibration and noise. Two bladed folding propeller. Fresh water-cooled rubber exhaust pipe. Panel with keyless start in the cockpit. Single lever cockpit control. Power switch for the engine start inside with a removable key for safety. 115 A alternator. There is a large filter for cooling water. 100 litre fuel capacity in plastic tank. Approx. 400 nm range at a cruising speed of some 6 knots.
Two separate circuits, one with 12 Volt and 75 Ah start battery for engine start and two 12 Volt 75 Ah for domestics. Charging of batteries is by 80 Amp alternator from engine, Mastervolt 35ah shore power battery charger and 22W solar panel.
Mainly halogen lighting. There are adjustable lights above berths and settee. 12 V electric sockets and electric panel with circuit breakers at saloon vanity. There is a water and diesel gauge. International LED navigation lights and steaming light for low power consumption. 240V shore powers system with sockets, immersion heater and battery charger.
Built in 2009 (to 2010 specification), hull number 3. The boat is CE certified by Germanischer Lloyd and a CE plaquette for category A (unlimited ocean voyages) is supplied. Hand lay-up GRP hull, insulated above water line with Divinycell closed cell PVC-foam against heat and cold. Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip. White hull with blue decorative band in gelcoat. Lead keel with reinforcement bolted on with nine M 20 stainless steel bolts. Tiller steering with stainless steel rudder shaft with two self aligning bearings for low friction in all situations. Teak laid ring decks, cockpit seats, cockpit sole and toe rails (all in excellent condition). Self draining cockpit and anchor well. Two strong stainless cleats forward, aft and midships, all bolted with four bolts each. Double stainless lifelines. Teak handholds on the coachroof. Two scuppers on each side which drain rain water overboard under the waterline to prevent dirt strips on the hull. Eight aluminium framed port holes, all of these are opening. Integrated bathing platform in transom. Strong windscreen with side handholds, opening centre section and sprayhood over front part of cockpit.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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 owner’s specific needs.