Fully specified and well equipped live aboard cruising yacht in excellent condition. The Hallberg-Rassy 37 builds on the huge success of the 36 providing greater interior volume, longer waterline length and superior sailing characteristics. Perfectly located and specified for long term Med cruises .
The saloon is unique for an HR 37 since it features a rounded end starboard sofa. There is an atmospheric picture on the bulk head. An extendable TV aerial and TV fittings are located at the starboard corner of the bulk head for the 16” TV/DVD player which can be left in position when sailing. The starboard seat back is hinged to reveal a useful shelf for extra storage. The port seat is also hinged to provide extra storage. Lee cloths are provided for both side sofas. All upholstery in deluxe (hard-wearing) fabric. There is a 2 speed directional fan located above the picture in a central location on the bulk head. All Lewmar windows open inwards and the central hatch opens upwards allowing for a wind scoop to be attached. This helps keep the saloon cool in the hot summer months. A 5” brass clock and a 5” barometer are located on the port side bulkhead which can both be seen from the cockpit. A brass Maltese Cross indicates the First Aid locker on the port side. A Fusion FM/AM Radio player with an iPod provides all music requirements with 2 speakers located in the saloon and two in the cockpit. The central folding table is covered by a canvas ‘horse blanket’ for protection which can also act as an ironing board cover. A strong elasticated band around the table legs allows for extra food storage containers to be readily available under the table. The table can be easily removed to inspect the bilges, lower diesel tank and lower water tank. The underside of the port side sofa contains two layers of plastic boxes for storage as required. The underside of the starboard sofa contains the top water tank and diesel tank both easily accessible. There is a heater vent to port. The saloon floor is covered by a blue carpet renewed in 2018. The cut has been changed to allow quicker access to the bilge, water and diesel tanks.
The galley includes the upgraded Eno Gascogne cooker option with electronic ignition for hob and oven. The fridge with an ice making compartment and ledge with lift up lid is located in the corner. A double sink with hot and cold water tap plus foot pump ability is located centrally. There is plenty of storage space with several cupboards, drawers, a pull out chopping board and waste container. Wooden pegs provide for flexible storage options. The secure cupboards and draws contain china plates, mugs, glasses, tankards, thermo mugs, cutlery, cooking utensils, copper kettle for gas cooker plastic boxes, pots, pans and trays. We have had no breakages during our travels. There is a slide out hob cover which fits behind the cooker and two sink covers which when all in place give a completely covered large serving and preparation area. There is an electric kettle, toaster and 1200W electric ceramic hotplate for use when connected to shore power. Jamie Oliver pressure cooker with folding handles. A fire blanket is stored by the steps and a fire extinguisher under the table end. The cooking position is very safe for work when underway and has proved perfectly acceptable and capable of providing all our needs while permanently living on board for 6 years.
The chart table includes the optional instrument shelf on which sits the handheld Standard Horizon VHF radio on its charging unit and the Raymarine C80 Chart Plotter now only used to provide GPS DSC positioning to the Raymarine 215E VHF. The VHF has a hand held control unit flexible to 1 metre. The VHF has an additional speaker with a separate volume control in the cockpit. A 220V plug connected to the Mastervolt Inverter is located at the table. There is a weather station, remote control for the anchor windlass and switch panel complete with battery monitor, gas and carbon monoxide alarm, fuel and water gauges plus the Webasto heater switch. Behind the switch panel board are the Raymarine AIS Class B box, antenna splitter and anchor windlass wireless remote antenna. There is plenty of storage provided in several places around and underneath the chart table for pilot books, boat documents and charts. An extra book shelf contains various guides and manuals while a plastic container keeps all those loose wires, batteries and plugs modern gadgets require! There is storage underneath the skippers seat where we keep spare filters, impellers and anodes for easy access along with the manual bilge pump handle. The two shelf locker behind the skippers seat contains tools, oils, coolants, spare parts, plugs, flag bag, repair kits, servicing items and fuel set all readily available.The battery switches and bow thruster switch are in a compartment under the skippers seat complete with spare 60 Amp fuse.
Two large hanging lockers are located to starboard down the HR tunnel to the rear cabin long enough for hanging dresses, trousers and shirts. The spacious aft cabin includes a double and single berth separated by an upholstered central seat under which is useful storage for shoes. There is a lee cloth for the single bed, useful for a sleeper or safe keeping of bags and cruising chute. There are two chart wallets under the cushion. There is plenty of storage space including book shelves, cupboards and drawers to port and starboard. Under the starboard side bed, there is a large plastic storage container with bedding, spare parts, a Bruce anchor and the manual tiller for emergency. Ventilation is provided by an air vent and a large opening Lewmar hatch onto the aft coachroof as well as the Lewmar windows to port and starboard. A 2 speed fan is located safely down the stern end on the port side of the cabin and a wind scoop attached to the hatch provide for a cooler cabin. Under the double bed, there is a large battery box containing the 3 domestic batteries connected in parallel and the engine starter battery. The Mastervolt battery charger and Mastervolt inverter, solar panel regulator, bowthruster/windlass battery charger, Raymarine Seatalk computer, battery monitor and wind generator gauge are all located under the starboard side of the double bed. The 4 ltr engine oil removal pump is stored underneath the port side of the double bed. The autopilot arm is contained underneath the single bed to the stern. The bed boards can be removed for easy access. There is a fire extinguisher and heater vent. A large mirror on the headboard and two reading lights compliment the cabin.
The forward cabin includes book shelves, cupboards, drawers and a wardrobe where we keep waterproofs, lifejackets, safety lines and warm clothing as well as two stools and load trolley. The windlass motor is located in the bow locker. The two bed boards and mattresses can be tied upto reveal plenty of extra space in four compartments underneath the double V berth bed. The spare genoa is stored forward leaving plenty of further space. The bowthruster engine is stored in the central compartment with battery for the windlass and bow thruster stored alongside. The switches for both are accessible without lifting bed boards. Two folding bicycles can also be stored in the compartments and the two spare water containers totalling 50ltrs are stored in the starboard compartment. This still leaves plenty of space for further items such as pressure cooker, bedding, GRP polisher, vacuums, scales, central cushion infill, spare parts and drill. There is a 2 speed fan, an air vent and large Lewmar hatch with a wind scoop that provide for a cooler cabin in summer. Two reading lights and overhead light make for a bright cabin. The speed log is located under the carpet with easy access for removal and cleaning as well as the toilet seacock to close off external water. There is a fire extinguisher located at the floor.
The heads compartment includes a porcelain hand basin with the optional shower head tap, shower curtain, 90 ltr stainless steel holding tank and mirror. There is plenty of storage space to the side and underneath the basin. A shower pump quickly removes all shower water and allows for easy cleaning of the heads. A hatch and Lewmar window allow for good air flow while there is a heater vent under the basin to help warm and dry out the heads. It is a very safe, secure and comfortableheads when underway with easy access to the outlet seacock.
The 55HP Yanmar engine is easily accessible through double doors in the corridor and a single door under the stairway. There is plenty of room to crawl into the engine room and access through a hatch from the cockpit locker is also available. Options include a Centraflex coupling for smooth transmission and a spring loaded prop shaft pick up point to provide added propeller galvanic protection. The engine room is completely sound proofed and also houses the Webasto heater, water pressure pump and hot water calorifier. The Yanmar engine, which has performed faultlessly, has been regularly serviced as required by the owner. Coolant water, engine oil, filters and the impeller have been regularly replaced as required. A tubular heater has been placed under the engine during cold winters. There is plenty of lighting and it is very easy to work on the engine. There is an automatic fire extinguisher located to aim at the engine in case of fire.
Sleipner 6 hp Bow Thruster with dedicated battery and charging system
Centaflex prop shaft coupling
Additional prop shaft galvanic protection
Yanmar 4JH4E mechanical book and spare parts list guide and numbers on stick.
Firm 710W impact drill
Various tool sets and equipment for repairs
Various spare parts.
Electrical repair parts
Yanmar Impeller removal kit and spare impellers
4 Ltr Oil removal suction pump for engine oil
Spare Oil Filters
Spare Diesel Filters, primary and secondary
Spare fan belt
Spare plastic through hull fittings
Diesel tank pump to inspect quality of fuel at bottom of lower diesel tank.
Spare Shaft Anodes
Blue stern gland grease
230v Shore power system
Mastervolt 12v/50-3 battery charger
Mastervolt sine wave inverter with plug located at chart table
Two 30 meter shore power cable leads with selection of connectors for shore power
European plug extension kit and plugs
Three green house type bar heaters, one of which can fit under the engine
One new Viarta 105 Amph 12V battery in forward cabin for Bowthruster and Anchor Windlass with dedicated battery charging system located in rear cabin
Three 160Amph (Total 480 Amph ) 12V batteries in rear cabin battery box for domestic use
Merlin Smartguage battery reader with alarm for domestic and starter battery in rear cabin
NASA BM-1 Compact battery and charge reader at chart table
Three Solar panels. One Victron Energy 80W on gantry. One Solara 27W panel on coach roof. One spare Solara 27W panel that can be plugged in and aimed for extra charging at anchor
Air Breeze Wind Generator mounted on gantry
Honda 20i quiet petrol generator for charging when at anchor for long periods.
One Sigmar Marine hot water calorifier in engine room
Hot and cold water to galley, heads and transom shower
Water manual foot pump at galley
One Hozelock water pipe in plastic reel
One green snake pipe extension
One water filter attachment before water goes into tanks
One 20ltr and one 30ltr plastic water containers for spare water and collection from shore when at anchor.
Two 20ltr plastic containers for collection of grey waste where required
One TDS Meter 3 water quality tester
Two pump pipes for transferring liquids
Hot and cold water Whale Twist Deck shower at stern platform
Evelstrom strengthened fully battened mainsail with MDS cars
Evelstrom strengthened furling 110% working jib with E-foam and UV protection
Spare lightweight furling 140% genoa
Kemp Sails cruising chute with bag attached to Karvar top down furling system with green and red sheets
Stainless steel bowsprit attachment for cruising chute.
Stack pack mainsail cover system with lazy jacks including removable front boot
Two Evelstrom sail bags
Kemp Sails Genoa weathermax UV and dust protection cover raised on spinnaker halyard
All lines lead back to the cockpit to eight Lewmar clutches and two Lewmar ST30 self tailing winches
Two Lewmar ST 48 self tailing winches for the genoa or cruising chute
One Antal W30 self tailing winch on mast for genoa and cruising chute halyards
All reefing can be completed from the cockpit
3rd reef in main
Spare genoa halyard
Spinlock clutch on genoa sheet
Selden backstay tensionerGas strut in rodkicker
Selden telescopic pole mounted on front of mast
2 x steps on mast
Boom gybe preventer system
One Kemp Sails anchor sail and attachments
Kemps Bosuns sail repair bag complete with sail repair kit and seal as you go heat cutter knife
Loos Professional Tension Gauge model PT-3M for rigging checks
One Plastimo Bosuns chair
Lewmar Winch servicing kit
Raymarine E7 chart plotter mounted on starboard ledge of cockpit connected to radar and AIS systems
Raymarine wireless small remote chart plotter control at wheel for zoom and boat centre
Mixture of Platinum and Gold Navionics Charts covering from UK to Eastern Mediterranean for E7 chartplotter
Full selection of Admiralty and Imray charts covering UK to Eastern Mediterranean with 2 large chart wallets stored on rear cabin starboard bed
Full selection of Imray Pilot books covering UK to Mediterranean
Raymarine C80 chart plotter with GPS for VHF DSC positioning.
Raymarine mast mounted digital radome radar scanner connected to cockpit chartplotter
Raymarine ST 8000 autopilot with linear drive & rate gyro compass
Raymarine ST60 wind, depth, speed and auto pilot control system connected to sea talk computer behind battery box in rear cabin
Selection of maintenance books for rigging, all engines, generator, electrics, diy, hull etc,
All courtesy flags to cover all countries from UK to Cyprus in a specially made flag bag.
Oregon scientific weather station.
Lewmar anchor windlass remote control placed at chart table
Plastimo hand held compass
Bynolyt 7x50 waterproof binoculars with built in compass
AIS Comar system AST 200 Antenna Splitter for AIS, VHF, AM/FM
Raymarine AIS650 Class B Transceiver. Send and receive AIS information which is displayed on cockpit Raymarine E7 chart plotter
VHF antenna & cable to chart table
Raymarine 215E GMDS DSC VHF
Extra VHF speaker in cockpit
Standard Horizon hand held floating VHF HX851 DSC Radio with charging unit at chart table
Fusion MS-IP600 AM/FM radio with two speakers and iPod in saloon and two extra speakers in cockpit
Removable TV/DVD player with aerial at top of mast
Lewmar Anchor 8mm Windlass with optional drum attachment and manual recovery system for flat battery
Lewmar wireless remote hand held control from anywhere on the boat
Lewmar anchor chain lock on deck
Anchor chain hook system with rope to tie to cleats
16kg Lewmar delta anchor attached to 110m of 8m new chain purchased 2018
One Fortress anchor stored on gantry for stern anchoring
Bruce anchor stored in rear cabin with 2m of chain
10 metres of 10mm anchor chain for stern anchoring
One 10kg anchor chain block
Two 40 metres of anchor/mooring ropes
Selection of 8mm chain for shore mooring points
Two new 10 metres of blue mooring rope
One 40 metes webbing line contained in black wheel on starboard side of gantry for easy deployment and retrieval
Various mooring ropes
Four black rubber mooring springs
Four stainless steel mooring springs
Large Lewmar block for stern anchoring
Three boat hooks, one with mooring buoy attachment
One large anchor chain hook for tangled chain removal, typical with Med mooring
One large orange anchor marker buoy
Four blue medium cylindrical fenders with storage base and socks
Four blue large cylindrical fenders with socks
Two white extra large cylindrical fenders
Two large blue round fenders
One stern fender
One bow protection mat
One step fender for port or starboard gate entry
One hull fender protection cloth
Extra cleat on stern platform for anchoring. mooring and dingy towing
Two folding bicycles
One large pump for bicycle and fenders with connections
One small pump for bicycle and red water pressure equaliser in engine room
One folding trolley for water and fuel containers plus shopping from shore
One Farecla hull and GRP polishing system with pads and wool cover
Two 20ltr metal green Jerry cans for spare diesel and shore collection with pouring attachment
Three plastic 5ltr petrol containers
Two plastic diesel funnels, one with water removal filter
One fishing net for item overboard recovery
One Weber Gas BBQ with hotplate for use on boat or shore
One Avon Rover 2.6m Air hyperlon inflatable dingy with two pumps
One 2.5HP Yamaha 4 stroke petrol outboard engine
One Simpson Davit for launch and recovery of outboard engine mounted on stern port side
Selection of cockpit cushions
One 14cm bronze Plastimo barometer
One 14cm bronze Plastimo clock
Three Hella-Turbo 2 speed fans, one in each cabin and one in the saloon
One flexible 12V fan
Three 12v cigarette lighter points, one in cockpit and two in saloon
One 90ltr holding tank in heads with suck out cap on deck
One black plastic anchor ball and one black plastic motoring cone
Two large flexible grey weathermax sun shades
Two small flexible grey weathermax sun shades
One camouflage sun shade for bow
Mosquito nets for all hatches and cockpit/saloon entrance
Webasto diesel heating system for all cabins, heads and saloon.
Three grey hatch covers
Garmin Satnav for use with hire car in foreign countries
Various sized plastic storage boxes throughout
Two cold storage boxes
3 colour toplight with anchor light
Nereus Alarms LPG and carbon monoxide alarm
One male large and one female large red Gull gortex sailing weather suits
Four Plastimo automatic lifejackets. Automatic systems need replacement.
One female Kru ladies automatic lifejacket with Kannard safe link R10 Survivor Recovery System attached. Automatic inflation system needs replacement.
One male Crewsaver 190N automatic lifejacket with Kannard safe link R10 Survivor Recovery System attached. Automatic system needs replacement.
Three safety line attachments for lifejackets
Three safety line eye attachments in cockpit
Two removable deck safety lines with permanent attachments
One easy release Ocean Safety Group A 6 person life raft due service March 2019 on gantry cradle.
One wetsuit, pair of flippers, goggles and diver weight for rope cutting underwater
Set of nine varied size wooden hole plugs
One red Sta-plug for all size holes
One red plastic horn
One white parachute anchor
One bright white flashing LED strobe light - used for Med anchoring
One yellow Survival sack
Two large yellow flare storage boxes and one small storage box
One Garmin hand held nautical GPS with lanyard
One Kannard Marine Safelink Sportpro+ GPS EPIRB Battery expires October 2022 and can be replaced
Three throw lines of 30m
One inflatable Jon Buoy system
One horseshoe float attached to gantry
One harness recovery system attached to gantry
One Plastimo extendable MOB recovery indicator attached to gantry
Three fire extinguishers
One automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
One fire blanket at galley
Kisti Two is a most wonderful yacht as you would expect of the Hallberg-Rassy pedigree. We purchased Kisti Two from the first owners in 2009 with only 2200 nm and after several modifications and improvements, including copper coating and gantry construction left Weymouth, England in May 2013 to live full time on board. We have slowly sailed over the last 6 years around the west coast of Europe then through Gibraltar eastwards eventually reaching Cyprus. We have stopped every winter for six months berthing in a safe marina. A detailed written log with photographs of our adventure can be found at kistitwo.blogspot.com . Kisti Two has completed nearly 21300 nm and 3050 engine hours. She is now fully equipped to a high specification for singlehanded or fully crewed sailing in all climates and conditions in complete comfort and safety. Kisti Two can be set up to sail in a very balanced manner under autopilot for long periods. She has been carefully maintained to a high standard throughout our ownership and is in excellent condition for her age. She can be sailed, motored, anchored and moored singlehanded all from the wheel. She is currently berthed in Northern Cyprus at Karpaz Gate Marina, a first class and safe marina, see karpazbay.com paid up until 19 September 2019. An annual berth which includes free use of the gym, beach club and crew room costs about £1300 with 40% discount option, plus water and electricity. This when compared to about £5000 in UK allows for plenty left over for flights and superb sunshine sailing along the stunning area of South Turkey which is only 12 hours away or Greece a slow 2 day trip. She is due to be lifted out in March 2019 in preparation for the new sailing season. She is now reluctantly for sale due to health reasons and we are sure she will continue to provide plenty of joy to new owners for several years to come as she has done for us
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