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|Length||37 ft / 11.32 m|
|Location||Argyll and Bute|
|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|LOA||37 ft 2 in / 11.32 m|
|Length at Water Line||33 ft 6 in / 10.2 m|
|Beam||11 ft 8 in / 3.55 m|
|Max Draft||6 ft 3 in / 1.9 m|
|Engine Make||Volvo Penta|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||340 litres (Stainless Steel)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||400 litres (Stainless Steel)|
|Holding Tanks||60 litres (Stainless Steel)|
Presented in excellent condition FULMAR is a very, very lightly used example of this popular cruiser from Hallberg-Rassy. The HR 37 has built a solid reputation as comfortable well built long distance cruiser with generous tankage and plenty of space to accommodate blue water cruising gear; winning the Cruising World Boat Of The Year award in 2006.
Specified for shorthanded cruising by her original owner the boat benefits from electric in-mast furling mainsail, electric primary winches and an electric mainsheet winch along with various other goodies including a BowThruster. Currently lying ashore in North Argyll she is ready to commission and launch this season.
We believe this is the best example of the class you will find and early viewing is highly recommended. Viewing by appointment.
- Hand consolidated GRP sandwich construction, Divinycell PVC Foam Core.
- Lead ballast keel on moulded stub keel.
- Skeg hung rudder
- Teak laid decks and cockpit
- Teak capping rail
Constructed in the traditional manner both hull and deck mouldings are manufactured from a hand consolidated GRP sandwich laminate with off-white isophatlic gelcoat and vinylester based barrier coat. Below the waterline the lead ballast keel is secured on a GRP stub keel with 15 stainless steel keel bolts. At the aft end the deep rudder is hung on a moulded skeg, secured with twin stainless steel self-aligning bearings. A blue gelcoat sheerline and moulded rubrail below the solid teak capping rail are now synonymous Hallberg-Rassy trademarks.
On deck the moulding is finished with in the off-white gelcoat with trademark style stripe around the cockpit moulding. Decks, coachroof and cockpit are finished with a traditional teak laid deck. Solid teak grabrails run the full length of the cockpit superstructure.
Spars, Rigging and Sails
- 7/8ths Selden triple spreader fractional rig.
- Electric In-Mast furling mainsail
- Selden Furlex roller reefing genoa
- Selden Rod Kicker
- Adjustable backstay
- Spinnaker Pole
The fractional triple spreader Selden mast with electric In-Mast roller reefing main and roller furling genoa provide the skipper with a very easily handled rig idle for short handed or even solo sailing. The mast is fitted with the gear for a spinnaker or cruising chute should one be added to the inventory.
- Primary Winches - 2 off Lewmar 48EST, electric self-tailing.
- Mainsheet Winch - 1 off Lewmar 40EST, electric self-tailing.
- Halyard Winches - 2 off Lewmar 16ST, mast mounted.
- Mainsail - In mast furling, Pentax material, vertical battens. Elvstrom/Sobstad Offshore 2008.
- Genoa - Roller reefing, Pentax material. Elvstrom/Sobstad Offshore 2008.
- Genoa - Roller reefing, Dacron material, lighter weight. Elvstrom.
- Sprayhood - Original item by Hallberg-Rassy
- Cockpit Tent - Original item by Hallberg-Rassy
- Winter Cover - Full fitted winter cover, fits over boom with mast up, secured with belly straps. Owen Sails 2013.
Mooring and Ground Tackle
- Main Anchor - Delta anchor on chain rode.
- Kedge Anchor - Bruce pattern stainless steel anchor.
- Electric Windlass - Lewmar V2-3 with chain gypsy and warping drum.
- Mooring Lines - Selection of warps
- Fenders - Selection
- Stern Anchor Roller - Full folding transom mounted roller assembly.
- Laid teak decks, coachroof and cockpit
- Solid teak handrails
- Alloy framed portlights
- Lewmar opening deck hatches
With the large expanse of laid teak decks you could be forgiven for thinking you were on a classic yacht when standing at the helm of the HR37. Like all designs from the respected Swedish yard the decks are finished with the highest quality solid teak decking and fittings.
A substantial twin bow roller arrangement on the stem allows the anchor to be stowed in the roller, leaving a second roller for use when mooring. The foredeck between the stem and the forward end of the raised coachroof moulding is relatively short and contains the stout mooring cleats, electric windlass and the large opening hatch allowing access to the full depth anchor locker. The locker has been sensibly fitted with a false floor providing useful storage space above the chain.
Passage aft can be made down either port or starboard side decks, both are wide and largely unobstructed. Stout moulded toerails with solid teak caprails run the full length of the decks with substantial secured to stanchions mounted on the caprails All combine with timber grabrails running along the coachroof to make sure crew are safe and secure when moving around on deck. A small area of aft deck sits at the aft end of the coachroof moulding with a large opening hatch into the lazarette locker space located centrally.
The large center cockpit is well recessed below moulded coamings which are part of the coachroof moulding. The recessed sole and seating make this elevated cockpit feel very safe and secure regardless of the weather conditions. A solid windscreen and robust sprayhood provide the cockpit with excellent weather protection. Seating is in a U formation with the pedestal and wheel centrally located toward the aft end. A varnished folding teak cockpit table is fitted on the pedestal, in fine weather of with the cockpit tent fitted the cockpit creates comfortable additional living space. A deep cockpit locker is accessed by lifting the port side seating and provides ample stowage for deck gear.
- Depth Sounder - Raymarine ST60+
- Log - Raymarine ST60+
- Wind Instrument - Raymarine ST60+
- Repeater - Raymarine ST60+ Graphic Display
- Plotter - Raymarine C80 Classic with mountings at chart table & on bridge deck
- VHF - Raymarine Ray 54E DSC VHF
- Autopilot - Raymarine ST7002 with type 1 linear drive on quadrant
- Cooker - Eno two burner gas cooker with oven.
- Refrigeration - Isotherm top loading fridge located beneath galley worktop, includes compact ice box.
- Freshwater System - Tankage capacity of 400ltrs over two separate tanks. Hot and cold faucets provided at galley and in heads with pull out shower head. Hot water supplied via 40ltr Isotherm calorifier with 240V immersion heater element.
- Heating - Webasto Airtop Evo 3900 (3.5kw) diesel fired blown air system. Outlets provided in forpeak, heads, saloon and aft cabin.
- Shore Power System - RCD protected hardwired system. Ring main, immersion heater and battery charger.
- BowThruster - Sidepower, controlled by foot switches at helm.
- Battery Charger/Invertor - Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/80. With control panel at Nav-Station.
- Battery Monitor - On Mastervolt control panel.
- Manual Bilge Pump
- Electric Bilge Pump - 2 off.
- Bow Boarding Ladder - Folding stainless steel type which secures to pulpit.
- Volvo Penta D2-55E (55Hp) Marine Diesel Engine
- Saildrive with 3 blade Gori folding prop
- 340ltr Diesel tank capacity over two tanks
Engine located within dedicated engine space beneath the cockpit sole and accessed through double doors from the walk-through to the aft cabin, engine space extends outboard to port side, full width. Access around the engine is excellent with plenty of space to work around the engine, also mounted within the compartment is the ships 240V consumer unit, Mastervolt charger/invertor, Webasto heater and Isotherm calorfier. Sufficient space is provided with in the compartment for the installation of generator and watermaker etc if blue water cruising aspirations are to be realised.
- Liferaft - Avon 6 person canister raft. Out of service currently
- Horseshoe Lifebuoy
- Gas Alarm - Alde Gas Finder 1
Hallberg Rassy have a reputation for quality and this is well deserved with the joinery work constructed of solid light coloured Mahogany, finished with a satin varnish and light blue upholstery the living space feels very homely and traditional while practical for a life at sea. The traditional teak and holly sole boards have been protected from new with fully fitted carpets.
The forepeak provides two large single berths in a traditional V-berth layout, an infill is provided to convert the two single berths into a decent sized double bunk. Light streams into the cabin space from the large opening deck hatch. Storage is provided in locker space beneath the bunks (the bow thruster being accessed in the forward part of this space), overhead port and starboard outboard a series of small opening lockers and in a compact dresser unit on the port side aft. A small hanging locker is provided immediately aft of the forepeak door to port.
Located immediately aft of the forepeak the heads compartment on the starboard side of the boat. Finished in white formica face plywood with satin varnished mahoagny trims the compartment is bright and easily cleaned. Fitted with Jabsco sea toilet, porcelain sink and vanity unit.
A large centrally located drop leaf table dominates the saloon area. Along the starboard side an L-shaped settee provides seating away from the passageway forward with additional seating in the form of a bench settee along the starboard side. Both settees double up as generously proportioned single berths when required. A huge volume of storage is provided around the saloon with lockers under the bunks, overhead cupboards and cave lockers creating a very useful mix of space.
Partial bulkheads at the aft end of the saloon neatly divide the internal space with the galley and navigation station located aft. The galley is located on the port side of the companionway steps aft laid out in a wrap around U configuration, maximising available work space while remaining fully functional while at sea. A practical selection of storage is provided throughout the galley with the space well appointed. PlexiCor composite stone worktop, Eno two burner gas cooker, twin stainless steel sink, pressurised H&C water faucets, top loading fridge.
To starboard at the forward end of the walk through passage to the aft cabin is the nav-station. Laid out with a navigators seat forward facing a large chart table provides a great working space with all navigation instrumentation and the ships switch panel easily to hand. Storage for charts and bosuns gear is provided with the chart table while a bookshelf aft of the navigators seat provides storage for pilot books etc. A passage way leading aft runs from the navigation station to the aft cabin, within the passage way a hanging locker is located and access to the engine space is via two large opening doors.
In the typical Scandinavian style the aft cabin is fitted with a large single bunk to starboard and a generous double on the port side. Again a great selection of storage is provided throughout the cabin, under the bunks and overhead, outboard in a serious of lockers with a small hanging locker located at the doorway.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.