The Hallberg-Rassy 43 is a highly regarded blue water cruiser benefitting from all the hallmarks of the brand. Comfortable accommodation within a beautiful hull with graceful lines., all built with first class materials and workmanship.
With furling sails and powered winches, this MK II incarnation of the Hallberg-Rassy poster child is offered for sale by her first owners and is presented in first class condition.
Lying afloat in Hampshire, UK, LATIMER LADY is an opportunity not to be missed.
All interior woodwork in light mahogany matt silk finish. Floor is varnished teak ply with inlaid holly stripes. Saloon ceiling has ivory panelling with mahogany strips and ceilings in remainder of boat have light headlining. Cushions on all berths rest on unvarnished, well ventilated boards to avoid condensation. Upholstery in beige. The boat has beige/brown carpet throughout, press studs avoid movement. All portholes are fitted with beige curtains. Curtains also under the skylights. Webasto diesel fired warm air heating with outlets throughout the boat.
On the port side is a 2.13m/ 7’ long L-shaped sofa that has a backrest with hinges so that the space behind can be utilised as storage. Lee cloth to portside berth. The backrest also has a lee cloth and can be used as a pilot berth. On starboard side are two easy chairs which are hinged to allow access to stowage areas below. Two folding directors chairs for dining with company. The headrests and arm rests have contrasting blue colour fabric. The saloon table is fixed and has bottle stowage in the centre. Pioneer stereo radio/CD player with speakers in saloon and in the cockpit (Sea & Symphony). Ship's clock and barometer in brass. Headroom in saloon 1.97m / 6’5’’.
Working surface in white laminate with all round mahogany fiddle rail. Insulated icebox with baskets, Isotherm evaporator plate and water cooled electric compressor for chilling. Double sink with pressurised hot & cold water. Foot pump for cold fresh water feed. Plastimo Neptune 2000 two burner gas cooker with oven and grill. Truma gas solenoid switch. Crockery locker and cutlery drawer. Bread board. Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils.
FORWARD HEADS COMPARTMENT:
Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Teak grating. Wash basin and countertop in
Corian. Separate shower with watertight shower stall, plexi glass doors. Shower water drained by 12v electric pump directly overboard. Jabsco pump action marine toilet. Stainless steel holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out. Cupboard above and below washbasin. Mirror. Ventilation through opening porthole and ceiling hatch.
Two 2.13m/7’ long berths with ample stowage above and below. Infill cushion between berths. Folding step for easy access to berths. Ceiling hatch and opening porthole.
Chart table with 5 drawers and stowage slots. Navigator's seat with stowage under. Electric switch panel to the left of the navigator with circuit breakers. Water & fuel gauges and voltmeter. Instrument shelf, pencil holder.
WALKTHROUGH TO AFT CABIN:
2-door rubber sealed access to the engine room off the walkthrough. Good headroom in the walkthrough thanks to use of cockpit coaming. On portside there is a hanging locker and various cupboards.
The aft cabin has a hanging locker to port and two berths, one 2m/6’7’’ long x 90 cm/3’ wide (portside with lee cloth) and the other to starboard 2m/6’7’’ long and 1.35m/4’5’’ wide. Stowage room below and above. Mirror. Seat between the berths.
AFT HEADS COMPARTMENT:
Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Teak grating. Wash basin and countertop in
Corian. Separate shower with watertight shower stall, plexi glass doors. Shower water drained by 12v electric pump directly overboard. Jabsco pump action marine toilet. Stainless steel holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out. Cupboard above and below washbasin. Mirror. Ventilation through opening porthole.
Volvo Penta D2-75 75 HP 4 cylinder marine diesel engine, fresh water cooled
Volvo Penta electronic vessel control system (EVC)
Single lever engine control
1825 engine hours September 2020
Full engine service history available
35mm stainless steel shaft
Centaflex flexible coupling
3 bladed Gori folding propeller with overdrive, 3 bladed fixed propeller as spare
Stainless steel rope cutter
Sleipner SidePower 8HP bowthruster with footswitches at steering position
395 litres in stainless steel tank, below the floor in saloon with fuel gauge
The tank is filled through deck inlet
Water capacity is 650 litres in two tanks, the main tank under the floor holding 420 litres and the reserve tank under the settee 230 litres
Fresh water gauge for the main tank
40 litres hot water calorifier heated by 230v immersion heater, the engine´s cooling water and Eberspacher hot water heater
Hot & cold pressurised water supplied to galley, both heads & transom shower
Filling of water tanks is through deck inlet
Three bilge pumps, one manual, one electric and one high capacity submersible electric emergency bilge pump
Two 12v battery banks, one for engine start (2020) and one for domestic use (2016)
Charging of batteries is by 115A alternator
12v sockets at inner chart table and in the cockpit
Electric switch panel with circuit breakers at inner chart table
International navigation lights including deck flood light
Full 230v shore power system, ring main with 4 sockets, Mastervolt 60A battery charger and immersion heater for hot water
Webasto Airtop 5000 5kW diesel fired warm air heater, thermostatically controlled, with outlets in saloon, forward cabin, toilet compartments and aft cabin
A water cooled Isotherm SP system with 12v Danfoss compressor unit for refrigeration is fitted for the icebox
Triple spreader rig by Seldén
Seldén Furlinmast in-mast furling for mainsail with mast control
Seldén Furlex 300S headsail reefing & furling system
Seldén pole stowed on mast
3 Spinlock clutches on mast
Removable cutterstay with halyard, running backstays & extra cars
Holmatro hydraulic backstay tensioner
Turnbuckles from Seldén, aluminium protection tubes from Seldén
Combined tricolour/anchor light at masthead
70cm flag pole for masthead burgee
Furling mainsail in Dacron from Sanders Sails (2019)
Furling working jib in Dacron from Elvstrøm Sails (2008)
Furling genoa in Hood Vectron from Hood Sails (2010)
Hank-on hard wind jib from Elvstrøm Sails (2008)
Teak laid side decks and coachroof (vacuum glued)
Teak toerail, cockpit seats and floor
Teak handrails on superstructure
Pushpit seats in solid teak
Twin bow rollers
Delta anchor 25kg/55lbs with 70m 8mm chain
Lewmar electric windlass with footswitches on foredeck
Remote up/down switch for windlass in cockpit
Double guardwires with entry gates port & starboard
Mooring cleats forward & aft
Spring cleats amidships
Brass strips to all cleats
Granny bars at mast
Outboard engine bracket in teak
Simpson davit for outboard
Gas locker in starboard side deck
Lazarette on aft deck with 2 opening hatches
Chain locker forward with room for fenders
Fixed windscreen with opening centre section
Canvas sprayhood with extension to cover entire cockpit
Wheel, table & compass cover in canvas
Varnished washboards, cockpit table & outer chart tables
Lewmar wheel steering with leather covered wheel
Drinks holders at steering position
Winch handle pockets in cockpit & at mast
Various warps & fenders
2 x Lewmar 40 CST self tailing halyard winches on mast
2 x Lewmar 54 CEST electric self tailing primary winches
2 x Lewmar 40 CST mainsheet winches
Raymarine 2kW radome mounted on mast
Raymarine GPS antenna
RR Pacific electronic antenna (DSC/GSM/VHF/TV/SSB/AM/FM)
At chart table:
Raymarine C120 multifunction display
Raymarine ST60 Graphic display
Furuno NX-300 Navtex
Icom IC-M601 DSC VHF
Digital Yacht Class B AIS transponder (2013)
Silva steering compass on binnacle
Raymarine Evolution autopilot with i70S control head (2018)
Raymarine i70S speed, wind & depth instruments (2018)
Icom HM-134B command mic
Please Note: All safety equipment included in this sale is serviced annually but the vendor can not offer any guarantees. It is a new owner's responsibility to ensure that the equipment is specified and serviced in accordance with their intended use of the vessel.
Avon 6 man liferaft in GRP canister (requires service or replacement)
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys with automatic lights
2 x Harness attachment points in cockpit
Ecomax 230 radar reflector
Various fire extinguishers
When the 43 was introduced in 2001, Germán Frers said:
The Hallberg-Rassy 43 represents an evolution of earlier models, specially the HR 42F.
Compared to the earlier design the first thing that becomes apparent is the relatively longer waterline thus a slender hull. This longer waterline would bring immediate improvements in speed and sea-kindliness.
The hull construction follows Hallberg-Rassy's current and well proven practice of building solid bottom layup and cored topsides and decks for very good results in strength and longevity.
Compared with the 42F the interior layout has been improved, adding a separate shower on the forward toilet, good headroom in the walk-through to the aft cabin and overall polishing of details and layouts.
I expect the Hallberg-Rassy 43 to become a classic in her range and style with very good sailing capabilities and volume inside. Clean uncluttered decks and a well protected cockpit, typical of the Hallberg-Rassy Line.
The boat is CE certified by Germanischer Lloyd and delivered with a CE certificate and a CE plaque for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).
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