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#14 of this no compromise all ocean mile muncher from Hallberg-Rassy to lines drawn by German Frers in 2004. She has a fully automated cutter rig, BRIG RIB with upgraded davits, and the legendary Hallberg-Rassy hard top providing protection against the elements. Down below she has a mahogany interior with comfortable accommodation for a total of 10 including a large owners' stateroom and crew accommodation forward. Substantially uprated in this ownership including new charging and battery management system, new AV and electronics.
"As the top of the line of high quality offshore cruising boats produced by this world renowned builder, the Hallberg-Rassy 62 represents years of experience and a synergy of efforts on the part of Hallberg-Rassy and our design office to produce the best possible yacht of its kind.
The high performance, well balanced, strong hull of moderate draft is matched by an efficient and easy to handle sail plan.
The areas reserved for leisure on deck are very generous and the interior has plenty of natural light and ventilation.
A new owner will immediately be able to appreciate Hallberg-Rassy’s know how building and fitting out their yachts, as much as their design and performance in all conditions."
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”.
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Description of layout from forwards:
There is a spacious double cabin for crew with lots of storage and with a large hatch for access onto the deck. There is a door from this cabin to a heads compartment with a separated shower stall. This is shared by two large forward cabins. The port forward guest cabin has a double berth with lots of storage and its own heads leading into the shared shower stall. The port guest cabin is an ample upper and lower berth cabin.
Both guest cabins have doors into the main saloon. This has a large U-shaped dining area with an additional return sofa amidships providing comfortable seating for at least eight people. There is a flat screen TV on the port bulkhead and to starboard are two easy chairs. Aft of these is a well-equipped galley with electric cooker, twin sink, fridge and freezer space. There is plenty of stowage and workspace and easy access to the cockpit. To port aft is a large chart table and a passageway to the owners’ stateroom. This has the access door to the engine room. This has generous access to engine and generator as well as the chargers, power pack and condensers.
The owners’ stateroom has 1 double berth and 1 ¾ berth, with a sofa between then and masses of storage. It is very light and airy. There is an en suite heads compartment with separated shower stall.
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