HURRY...boat is going into winter storage Oct 31. See her while she is still in the water!
This beautiful Hallberg-Rassy 34 is in wonderful condition and features a number of recent upgrades that will will be appreciated for years to come. The HR34 is an extremely popular model with 500 unit built between 1990 and 2005 but it is not that often that one becomes available in the US. EOS is hull number 360. Her Volvo-Penta 28 H.P. diesel engine has but 548 hours, she has a new UK mainsail (2011), new AGM batteries (2013), she has excellent electronics for cruising (chartplotter, autopilot, vhf radio,ais receiver, wind, speed, depth, multi instruments). The interior of the boat is beautiful, spacious and comfortable. The cockpit feature tiller steering which results in a more spacious cockpit and a wonderful feel for the boat and sailing experience.
Please call Richard Nolan to arrange a showing of this boat. Cell phone 860-913-7706
Please contact Richard Nolan at 860-913-7706
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: German Frers
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 11 ft 3 in
LWL: 28 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 1 in
Displacement: 11684 lbs
Ballast: 4650 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in
Dry Weight: 11684 lbs
A trademark of the Hallberg-Rassy build quality is how well the interior woodwork stand the test of time. With deck stepped masts and a unique water tight deck to hull construction technique owners appreciate their dry, comfortable interiors. The interior of EOS is in wonderful condition. The mahogany woodwork, cushions, carpet and teak and holly floors will impress. She has even been enhanced with new custom curtains and custom bedding covers in the fore and aft cabin.
The main salon on the HR34 is quite spacious. It features settees both the starboard and port that convert to very wide berths. The port berth is made even bigger with a cushion insert that fits between the settee and the dining table. The drop leaf dining table is beautifully constructed with a bottle bar in its center. There are cabinets with well ventilated louvered doors and shelves above the settees. The navigation station is to starboard just aft of the settee and in front of the head at the base of the companionway. The nav station features an Raymarine E80 chartplotter, a Raymarine multi instrument, an AIS receiver and a VHF radio.
The head is just aft of the nav station. It is bright and well ventilated with easy to clean laminate surfaces. A teak grate on the floor makes use of the shower safe and comfortable.
The forward cabin is features a V-shaped berth. The cabin has abundant natural light and ventilation with two opening ports and a large hatch. Storage is abundant with cabinets along both walls, a hanging locker to port and a bureau to starboard featuring two cabinets and a table top. Additional storage is below the berth for sails and larger items.
The aft cabin features a double berth, standing headroom, two opening ports and a hanging locker.
Three cabin layout
Hella fans (4)
AM/FM/CD stereo with speakers in salon and in the cockpit
Carpet over beautiful teak and holly floors
Custom bed quilts
The very functional HR34 galley is well situated on the port side just below the companionway. It features a Danfoss refrigerator, double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water as well as a saltwater foot pump, and a two burner propane stove and oven. When not in use a countertop section fits over the stove dramatically increasing the countertop space. In addition a countertop extension is fitted next to the sinks providing additional counter space convenient to the dining table in the salon. The galley features an array of amenities from specialized cabinets which allow alternative storage configuration, a bread board, and drawers and cabinets for food, supplies, pots and pans and utensil storage.
Two burner propane stove and oven
Double stainless steel sind
Pressure hot and cold water
Seawater foot pump
Creative and abundant storage and counter top space
Electronics & Navigation
The HR34 was built to European Union rules to qualify as a Class A boat implying it is capable of unlimited ocean voyages. To that end, EOS is well equipped with the electronics to go cruising.
Raymarine E80 chartplotter
Raymarine ST60 multi
ICOM 502 VHF radio
Link 10 battery monitor system
Raymarine ST60 Wind, Speed, Depth Instruments
Sail, Rigging and Canvas
EOS sails have been upgraded routinely. Most recently she was fitted with a new UK mainsail in 2012 and a UK 135%genoa in 2008.
UK dacron main (2012)
Dutchman flaking system
UK 135% dacron genoa (2008)
Furlex roller furling
Storm jib ATN
Selden deck stepped mast
Electrical & Mechanical
EOS electrical systems are robust and well thought out. She features:
Manufacturer Provided Description
The hull and deck of the HR 34 are built under constant supervision of the Lloyd's Register of Shipping, and a Lloyd's certificate is supplied with each boat. NGA-gelcoat and isophthalic polyester resin is used in the laminate construction of hull. The hand lay-up method provides insulation above the water line against heat and cold. Construction also includes strong floor reinforcements and a deep bilge. The boat has a very efficient bolt-on lead keel with 10 stainless steel bolts. Deck and coachroof areas, and also the cockpit, are of sandwich construction, laminated to the hull to form a one-piece construction. The large cockpit is well-protected by a windscreen made of tempered glass and a sprayhood. The middle section of the windscreen opens. In the stern is an integrated bathing platform with folding ladder. Cockpit floor and side trims are all in top quality teak. On deck the HR34 also has strong cleats forward and aft; spring cleats and fittings for spinnaker blocks; an easy-to-see compass in instrument console above sliding hatch. It has a stainless steel rudder shaft with roller bearings, and tiller steering. The rigging consists of a fractional rig by Selden with a strong backstay tensioner for trimming the mast. Running backstays are not necessary. The mainsail and working jib are made from high class material by a leading sail-maker. Halyards and lines are led into the cockpit. The interior is tastefully finished in mahogany with a matte silk varnish. There is no visible fiberglass. Detachable carpets have press studs to avoid movement, and floors are teak with inlaid holly stripes and varnished. The saloon has two sofas. The L-shaped sofa has lockers above and stowage space underneath. There is a strong saloon table, galley and a chart table with space for instruments. The forward and aft cabins both have lockers above and generous stowage below their berths.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-474-5155Tel: 860-767-8224