1986 Hallberg-Rassy 49
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Blue Water Unlimited Ocean Voyage
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Tracys Landing, MD
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 259,900
Price reduced 20K
This HR49 is a true blue water classic, built from 1982-1997 with 89 hulls completed. It is a superior boat for world wide cruising, with ample storage space for a cruising couple or family. Lollygag offers a wonderful selection of amenities, comfort and safety such as her strong and well insulated hull, a clean, flush deck and a safe, protected center cockpit. Additionally, there is Hallberg-Rassy's signature hardtop, powerful ketch rig, sea-going galley and a 3 stateroom layout. The hull is built according to Lloyd's specifications for "Certificate of Hull- Unlimited Ocean".
Lollygag has been meticulously maintained by her knowledgeable owners. This care, experience and pride is reflected in her excellent condition and she truly stands out above and beyond what you would expect from any boat of this vintage.
A few of the recent upgrades include:
- Vetus Bow Thruster
- 4 Solar Panels
- Full Canvas Enclosure for Cockpit/Bimini Setup
- Added Radar Mount on Stainless Steel Arch
- L3 Class A AIS
- MOM 8 Man- Switlik Man Overboard Module includes ACR406 EPIRB and ACR VHF Survival Radio
Give us a call today to schedule your personal visit to this one of a kind yacht, you will not be disappointed
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Please contact Roger Johansson at 410-867-9022
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Olle Enderlein/Christoph Rassy
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 5 in
LWL: 41 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 7 ft 3 in
Displacement: 40000 lbs
Ballast: 17900 lbs
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: TMD 40C
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fresh Water Tanks: (320 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (225 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Beautiful spacious three cabin layout. The interior and galley are perfectly suited for the vessel’s intended offshore use and liveaboard voyaging comfort.
Forward Cabin: Two berths, length 6' 9". Stowage room is available below the bunks, in lockers and drawers, consisting of one bureau with drawers and one hanging locker. The door between the fore cabin and the passage way can be water tight closed. The adjoining bulkheads are water tight to form a collision bulkhead. Under V berth storage has been compartmentalized for great storage.
Starboard Side Forward Cabin: On the starboard side is a two-berth cabin with a chest of drawers and a hanging locker. In the lower half drawers is a 16000 BTU Marine Air Systems reverse cycle HVAC system for air conditioning and heating for the main saloon and forward cabins.
Forward Head: On port side is toilet cabin with separate shower stall, a porcelain sink. Toilet is a Tecma electric flush with macerator. Teak grating covers a drained floor, which drains into its own shower sump.
Main Salon: L-settee dinette on starboard side, a straight settee on the port side with a large table with fold down panels in the center. Pilot berths with lee boards port and starboard outboard of settees with curtains. Stowage is available behind and below all settees and it is immense. Headroom is 6' 4".
Galley: Secure galley is great in a seaway and equipped with all amenities. Loads of storage that is accessible and well organized. The galley location just to starboard of the companionway is ideal for an ocean going boat. Deep double sinks near the midline, propane stove and oven outboard, microwave securely built in, good refrigeration and excellent ventilation make this a perfect voyager’s galley. Stove and oven, galley counters are new in Feb 2010.
Navigation Station to Port: Located just to port of the companionway with a chart table with storage under, a book shelf. Port wall contains gauges for the water tank, upper and lower fuel tanks, voltage gauges 24 and 12 volts, current meters 12 and 24 volt meters, and Frigoboat Smart controller for the freezer system. DC breaker panel is also located just aft of the nav station.
Passageway to Aft Cabin: Headroom is 5' 9" and has a hanging locker on port. Access to the engine room is through two removable opening doors mounted in the starboard wall. Fire detector is mounted to the ceiling above the engine room.
Aft Cabin: One Queen Size berth to starboard with memory type foam. A hanging locker and bureau with drawers are on the port side along with a DC powered carbon monoxide detector. Headroom is 6' 4". Located between the berth and settee is a 10000 BTU Marine Air System reverse cycle HVAC system for both air conditioning and heating of the aft cabin and aft passage. Moonlight hatch replaced December 2015 (Original Hallberg-Rassy Parts)
Aft Head: Large head and stall shower. Toilet is a Raritan PHll 24 volt operated toilet with a handle for manual use, Corian sink, lockers, mirror.The cold water side of the faucet is attached to the Seagull water filter. A separate shower stall.
Great Ventilation: There are twelve ports throughout the boat allowing for ventilation into each berth or space. All portholes have aluminum storm shutters, except for the galley and aft heads. Four large hatches, 1 in the V Berth, 2 in the main cabin, and 1 in the aft cabin. Two smaller hatches, one each in the forward head and starboard cabin. All skylights had their glass and frames re-bedded in 2009. Dorade vent located over forward head and starboard cabin.Two smaller Dorade vents over the aft cabin. The stern stowage area has a Electrolux solar vent in each access hatch. Two Hella Turbo fans in each cabin and two in the main saloon. New 12 volt adjustable fan in the main saloon (2011)
10000 BTU Marine Air System reverse cycle HVAC system for both air conditioning and heating of the aft cabin and aft passage.
ESPAR diesel heating system externally vented forced hot air system with outlets in all cabins and head compartments.
Cockpit: Probably the best all ocean cockpit you could ever want. Deep, safe, dry. The cockpit is a self-bailing, water tight cockpit. Sailing instruments are installed under the hard dodger forward of the companionway sliding hatch. The pedestal steering station has a stainless steel steering wheel with an Elk hide cover. A varnished cockpit table in teak is mounted and folds against the on the steering pedestal. Seats and floors covered with teak and the cockpit sole has a heavy teak grate. There are cubbies in the cockpit coaming for winch handles and sunscreen. The cockpit has large two-inch scuppers for drainage if water ever gets in. The life raft is installed forward of the wind shield and hard dodger. The emergency tiller can be inserted through access plate aft.
Instruments at the helm: An instrument pod is attached to the pedestal which supports the Raymarine E80 chart plotter. Above the main hatch are located Raymarine ST 60 instrument package including Speed, Depth, Wind, 2 Multi displays, and an ICOM M604.
Auto Pilot Controls: Raymarine Type 3 Smartpilot with hydraulic linear ram. Control head port side next to steering station, also has a S100 Raymarine remote control.Complete rebuild of Autopilot July 2015
Incredible offshore galley to starboard with storage for everything. All amenities, refrigeration, propane stove, separate huge freezer, microwave.
- Double stainless sinks with foot pump water access
- Pressure water mixing faucet with Seagull filter system attached
- Insulated (4") ice box with Frigoboat refrigeration
- Refrigeration and Freezer serviced and inspected December 2013
- Engine driven compressor with a holding plate (Frigoboat) Grunert
- Additional 24 volt stainless steel thin-walled Frigoboat keel cooled system
- Microwave built into the aft bulkhead
- Taylor propane stove is gimbaled with a lock with oven and a two burner top and built in griddle.
- SS safety bar with attachment points for a “cooks” harness.
- Trident control and detection system.
- Seagull system with a faucet in the kitchen and aft head
Engine and Mechanical
The engine room of a Hallberg-Rassy 49 is truly among its best features. The center engine room located under the cockpit is one that you can walk into. It houses the main engine, a Volvo TMD 41A, and the Fisher Panda 8KW Generator as well as an Espar diesel heater. Hallberg-Rassy is well known for the organization of all its systems.
- Volvo TMD 40 C S/N: 46092
- New Engine mounts - April 2013
- New Engine Muffler - April 2013
- Major overhaul in 2006 - new cylinder liners, valves and injectors
- Engine serviced - April 2013
- Transmission K6MS3C Rebuilt in 2011
- Racor 10 micron with inline secondary fuel filter
- Two fuel tanks, 70 gal upper and 102 gallon lower with shutoffs
- Cooling: Fresh water with engine impeller driven heat exchanger
- Engine intake sea cocks: forward of engine
- Engine control cable single Teleflex
- Vetus Bow Thruster (2013) with 2 batteries and separate charger in V Berth
- Shaft 40 mm S/S
- Traditional stuffing box water lubricated 40 mm 6” brass and rubber cutlass 2011
- Cutlass bearing replaced 2012
- Bilge Blower: Mounted top aft engine room, switched, operational
- Standard alternator is 50 amp with built in regulator (2010)
- Additional Balmar 24 volt, 90 amp alternator with an external regulator (rebuilt Aug 2008)
- Panda Fischer 8 kw
- Capacitor replaced April 2016
- Installed in sound proofing shell stbd side engine room
- Fuel feeds from main tank
- Racor filter
- Fresh water self contained cooling system
- Sea cock port forward of engine
- Water separator with silenced Vitus internal muffler or can be diverted to Vitus overboard discharge.
- Genset control panel above DC circuit panel behind nav. station
Tankage: Two tanks USCG and ABYC approved
- Stainless steel, with vents and bonding/grounding
- Deck fuel fill - 2 on starboard quarter top deck
- USCG approved flexible steel fuel lines
- Tank shutoff -lever type, one for each tank, one at engine
- Gulf Coast Filter with electrical boost pump for fuel polishing onboard
Sails and Rigging
Lollygag is a beautiful ketch with an inner forestay. The triple spreader Selden mast and boom is anodized aluminium with internal halyards and electrical conduit. The mast is deck stepped directly over a reinforced bulk head. Shrouds and stays are over sized with cast bronze turnbuckles. Halyard winches are large, powerful and self-tailing Lewmar winches for all control lines.
- Ketch rig with removable inner midstay
- The masts are stepped on a base on the cabin top directly over a reinforced bulk head.
- Anodized aluminum by Selden Mast AB, Goteberg Sweden
- Masts and booms made from silver anodized aluminum
- Double spreader on main, single spreader on mizzen
- Full rigging service - July 2013
- Shrouds and stays: 12 mm Ø 19 x 1 for topshroud, lower shroud and headstay.
- Ø 10 mm inner forestay.
- Intermediate stay and double backstays (checkstays).
- Turnbuckles made of cast bronze.
- Mizzenmast: rigging 8 mm.
- Chain Plates Rebedded April 2013
- Whisker pole is extendable
- Halyard winches: 1 Lewmar 48 CST, 2 Lewmar 44 CST, 1 Lewmar 16 CST for spinnaker boom lift
- Mizzen halyard 5 mm, boom lift, flag lines in the top fittings for mizzen staysail halyard
- Reef Winches: Lewmar 16 CST. The booms are provided with outhaul and kickingstraps.
- Rodkicker vang on main boom.
- Mainsheet Winches: One Lewmar 44 CST, and mizzen sheet with Lewmar 30 CST.
- Primaries: genoa sheet winches: Lewmar 58 CST
- Dacron designed and built for offshore sailing conditions
- Main Sail: Mac Sail (2009) with two reefs fully battened on a Harken Bat-Car system with Mac Pac.
- Third reef added to Main - April 2016
- Mizzen: Neal Pride fully battened 3 points. (new 2005) with a strong track system and Mac Pac
- Genoa: Neal Pride 135% with UV Dacron cover. (new 2006)
- 100% Jib
- Staysail for inner forestay
- Spinnakers:1 Asymmetrical spinnaker in sock – Overhauled Nov 2009
- Symmetrical spinnaker rarely used
- New running rigging for Main, Genoa, and reefing controls in boom. (July 2008)
- Full rigging service July 2013
- Roller Fuller: Furlux 400S (new 2006)
Deck and Safety
Hull, Deck & Ground Tackle
Lollygag is a very special Hallberg Rassy 49 with the classic HR hard dodger atop the flush deck that gives her sleek all ocean character. The hull was built to Lloyd's specifications for "Certificate of Hull Construction" which means that the construction is subject to personal supervision by Lloyd's surveyor throughout the build process including the hull, deck and superstructures in fiberglass as well as the critical components of bulkheads, engine foundations, water tankage, chain plates, rudder with fittings.
Robustly built to Lloyds of London all ocean standards of hand laid solid fiberglass construction with a long stable cruising fin keel and skeg mounted rudder. Tanks and longitudinal stringers are built into the hull with GRP creating a monolithic construction. The ballast keel is of lead molded in and is completely encased with fiberglass. The rudder blade is constructed in fiberglass with a rudder shaft of 55 mm diameter, stainless steel with heavy cast rudder fittings in bronze. Rubbing strake is 62 inches above the boot strip with a stainless-steel striker. The stern angle is straight with a tubular stainless and teak swim platform. At the top edge of the stern is mounted a robust Davis davit system, rigged for a load of 110 lbs on each davit. The davits are affixed to 3/8 inch stainless steel platforms that are through bolted and backed on the inside of the stern. The hull and topside were completely repainted with Awlgrip in August 2007.
Vessel's underwater wetted hull surface has been dried out and treated with two coats of West System high density silicate filler, 5 coats of Interlux 2000 Barrier (August 2007) epoxy, and three coats of Interlux Micron 66 antifouling (August 2006). New Sea Hawk hard antifouling bottom paint was applied in Aug of 2010.
Deck and Superstructure Construction:
Top deck is of fiberglass-sandwich construction with 1.37 inches with polyvinyl cellular plastic as core material for strength and insulation. The hull to deck joint is made by overlapping GRP laminate. The bulwark formed into the deck and hull moldings is fitted with a solid teak cap rail. The deck is provided with four 1" scuppers draining water above the water line to avoid staining on the hull. The top deck of teak was completely replaced in Jan 2011. The new teak deck is composed of ½ inch laid teak deck glued down on top of the GRP deck. The top deck was replaced by Cottel Boat Works in Grenada Jan 2011. Deck is ½" teak glued down using the West System and the seams are filled with Teak Deck System. All topside hatches have had their glass and frame rebedded in Virgin Gorda in January of 2009.
The chain plates (re-bedded 2013) are secured to the insulated hull through guides that are inclined so that there is no change of angle throughout their length. The mast load is carried through the cabin to the keel by a stable support from the deck down to the keel. Stanchions are securely mounted using a solid, stainless steel rod recessed into the bulwark and projecting above it, over which the stanchion is slipped and secured. The cleats are well secured to the cap rail at the outboard edge of the deck, leaving the inboard area clear for safe movement about the boat by the crew.
- Solid fiberglass construction
- Long fin cruising keel
- Skeg hung rudder
- New epoxy barrier coat in 2007
- New hard bottom paint
- White gelcoat with blue cove stripe in good condition
- Double high lifelines with seven stanchions on each side
- Stainless railing on aft sections of deck - December 2013
- Boarding gates port and starboard
- Bow and stern pulpit
- Mast pulpit
- Flush deck foreward
- NEW Teak decks in 2011
- Aft deck and huge lazerette across the transom
- Twelve opening ports
- Six hatches for great ventilation of the cabins and heads (most with shade screens inside)
- Five dorades
- Exterior wood is teak
- Teak trim and cockpit table
- Companionway hatch boards
- Stainless steel large cleats fore and aft and also amid ships
- Dinghy tiedown hardpoints on foredeck and aft deck
- Outboard lifting crane
- Deck lockers for storage
- Forward water tight drained, divided chain locker
- Amid ships propane locker with two 14.4lb tanks
- Huge starboard side deep cockpit locker for sail stowage
- Aft lazarette with hatches port and starboard is huge.
- Deep, well drained comfortable safe cockpit
- Hard dodger beautiful inside about 5'7 with well mounted bimini to cover the rest of the cockpit
- Front windshield opens
- Instrument display under dodger
- Large space under dodger for charts and anything else
- Wheel steering with pedestal
- Elkhide covered steering wheel
- Varnished cockpit table and drink holders
- Teak seats and floor
- Cockpit cushions
- Combing boxes
- Mainsheet and sheet winches within easy reach of the helm
- Full canvas enclosure for cockpit/bimini /screens (2016)
Primary Anchor CQR, 75 lbs with 400 feet 3/8 BBB
Secondary Anchor Bruce 55 lb with mud flukes
20 feet 3/8 BBB and 250 feet of ¾ inch rode (2007) ready to deploy
Anchor in the anchor locker between the rode quick deploy bags
Gale Rider 42" drogue and deployment bag
Sea Anchor- 18' Para Tech Sea Anchor with deployment float
Anchor Windless: Lofrans Albatross 1500 w electric anchor capstan & 3/8 gypsy with motor protected below deck secured with backing plates below deck Serviced 2011
Additional and Safety Specifications & Items
Meets Caribbean 1500 Requirements!
- Emergency bilge pump Rule 4000 GPH impeller with automatic electronic float switch-Installed 4 inches above the daily use bilge and wired directly to the batteries.
- Main bilge pump: Jabsco 36600 480 GPH with an automatic float switch and a manual override
- Shower sump Jabsco 37202 diaphragm 204 GPH with automatic float switch and a manual override
- Main Bilge Manual Pump PATAY diaphragm 19 GPH
- Portable Pump for emergency operation
- Personal Floatation Devices
- Five Type I PFD – V berth forward cabinet.
- Three Type II PFD auto inflating with harness – additional harness
- Throwable Devices
- M.O.B (Man Overboard) Life Sling MOB rescue System
- MOM 8 rescue system (new 2007) serviced 2010
- MOM 8 Man- Switlik Man Overboard Module
- included ACR 406 EPRIB
- Included ACR VHF Survival Radio
- Handheld SART Transponder
- L3 (Class A) AIS (2016)
- 5 - type ABC dry chemical, 1 CO2 hand held canister located in V berth closet, forward passage, under chart table, aft cabin closet, cockpit locker
- Oil discharge plaque: Mounted on engine room door
- Plastic disposal plaque: Mounted on inside of sink door
- Power exhaust blower: Yes, per USGC/AYBC standards
- Engine Room Alarms: Overheat and raw water flow
- Rescue Heaving Line
- Search Light
- First aid Kit
- Emergency thru hull bungs tied to each thru hull
- Bilge Water Alarm with automatic switch lights up an alarm on the engine panel
- Life Raft: Switlik mDll 6 person - Inspected and re-certified (Dec 2016)
- MOM 8 Man- Switlik Man Overboard Module - includes ACR406 EPIRB and ACR VHF Survival Radio *(December 2016)
- Dinghy: AB Ventus 13’3” with Yamaha 15 hr outboard (new 2009)
- Flares: Meet standards required for the Caribbean 1500, 6 parachutes, 6 handheld, 1 white collision, 1 orange smoke, 12 gauge flares pistol with flares in a floating canister.
- Additional dated flares in a separate orange canister box
Electronics and Navigation
Beautiful big navigation station and ship's office. Instrumentation under hard dodger is very nicely done. Radar, Chartplotter, long range and short range radio. Complete with SSB, Wind, Speed, Depth, with just about two of everything. Big strong autopilot below decks with hydraulic ram.
- NEMA 2000 Backbone system
- Raymarine Video Interface Module
- Intellian/Raymarine STV45 Satellite TV Antenna
- Active Radar Reflector on mizzen
- VHF ICOM M604 Commander located in cockpit coaming above hatch with remote mic at helm
- Standard Horizon MATRIX VHF with GPS / AIS with remotes
- SSB: ICOM 802 with tuner – new July 2008
- Pactor 3 modem: attached to ICOM 802 for sending and receiving email
- AIS attached to VHF2 with a selector switch
- AM/FM Radio: Pioneer radio (new 2011)
- GPS: Ray Marine E80 at helm.
- Furuno Navigator used as a backup GPS
- Raymarine GPM400 Processor and Sony 12V
- Display at Nav Station and display at helm
- Control stations at nav Station and Cockpit (Full N. America and Caribbean charts)
- New Standard Horizon VHF with GPS/AIS and Raymarine Graphic Display
- Iridium Satellite phone antenna run to nav station
- Furuno NX-300 NAVTEX Receiver
- L3 Commercial Class A AIS System (same as USCG uses on cutters)
- Handheld Standard Horizon HX870 VHF with GPS / AIS
Autopilot: Raymarine Type 3 Smartpilot with hydraulic linear ram. Control head port side next to steering station, also has a S100 Raymarine remote control.
- ST 60 Wind, Speed/Log, and Depth in cockpit coaming above hatch
- ST 60 Multi function display in cockpit coaming above hatch
- ST 60 Multi in instruments at navigation station
- Raymarine i70s Multi Display
- Raymarine Wind Transducer on Mast (2013)
- E80 Char plotter/Radar display at helm
- Fishfinder/Bottom display integrated to E80
- Sirius weather receiver (new 2009)
- MilTech AIS integrated into the E80 (new 2009)
- Furuno Hailer with talkback speakers in aft cabin (other cabins present but need to be wired)
- Furuno 15" Black Box Display (displays Raymarine GVM400 system) and Raymarine GVM400 remote control
Radar: Raymarine 4 kw Pathfinder Raydom
- L.P. tanks four, 14.4 lb in port exterior self ventilating and draining locker
- Secured with solenoid and pressure gauge
- Propane Sniffer, Trident Control and Detection
- Water Tanks: FRP built in centerline over keel 310 gallons
- Water maker: Echo H20 is a 220 volt AC, 17 gal/hr water maker pickled May 2011
Forward Head: On port side is toilet cabin with separate shower stall, a porcelain sink. Toilet is a Tecma electric flush with macerator. Teak grating covers a drained floor, which drains into its own shower sump. New sink countertop and faucet Feb 2010.
Aft head: Raritan PHll 24 volt electric toilet with a handle for manual use. Corian sink, lockers, mirror, Hot and cold faucets, Seagull water filter. Large separate shower stall. Holding Tanks Two 2, forward head 22 gallons, aft head 30 gallons
- Waste pump out forward starboard deck
- Waste diverter valve
- Custom Stainless railing on aft deck to allow for solar panels
- House batteries- Lifeline AGM (2014)
- 4 Solar panels (2014)
- Outback Solar Charge controller with remote (2014)
- Radar mount added to custom aft arch (2014)
- New hatch covers (2014)
Other Inventory and Spares:
- Battery Chargers two multi stage
- Solar powered vents aft locker
- Spare fresh water and shower pumps
- Two overhaul kits for main bilge pump
- Search light hand held
- Spare Prop fixed blade
- Electronic barometer
- Battery powered clock
- Ships bell
- Two air horns with spare air cans
- Curtains and screens for all ports
- Swim ladder S/S attached to stern
- Radar reflector
- Boat hooks
- Battery bank integrator
- Sail covers
- Sail bags
- LPG spare tanks
- 110 hot water heater
- Battery status indicators
- Outdoor propane grill
- 10 courtesy flags from various countries
- Winchard double action tether
- Extensive engine spares
- Large collection of hand tools and sockets
- Cockpit cushion
- Magma BBQ Grill and Mounts
- EchoMax XS- Dual band Active Radar reflector
- Bluetooth Stereo in main salon
- 17" LCD TV in Aft cabin
- 32" LCD TV with DVD in main salon
- Main ACR EPIRB
- Second ACR PLB EPIRB
- 4 AIS Personal AIS MOB Beacons
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.
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