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209 HALLBERG-RASSY 39 WERE BUILT DURING THIRTEEN YEARS PRODUCTION
The Hallberg-Rassy 39 was built from 1991 until 2003, totaling 209 boats built. Hull Number 1-54 between 1991 and 1994 were the Mark I, number 55-209 were Mark II The main difference between Mk I and Mk II is that the Mk I has a traditional transom and the Mk II a developed transom with built in bathing platform. The rest of the hull, keel, rudder, engine and sailplan remained the same.
Designed by German Frers, the HR 39 has all the credentials of an offshore cruising yacht...from her solid construction, meticulous finish and joinery work to her sensible layout and sailing characteristics. All these features combine to make the HR 39 one of the most desired after models from Sweden's premier yacht builder.
This HR 39 offers two generous double cabins and large head, seagoing galley and a spacious salon. She has a real sit down nav station, the salon is very open and comfortable and the galley works well at sea or at anchor. There is a great amount of storage making it possible to stay out for extended periods of time.
Scout was carefully outfitted with extended comfortable cruising in mind with many recent upgrades and desirable options and she is literally ready to go
Here are some of her Highlights:
All interior woodwork in light mahogany matte silk finish. Floor is varnished teak with inlaid holly stripes. Saloon ceiling has paneling with mahogany stripes and ceilings, the remainder of boat has a light lining.
Saloon: A solid mahogany mast support is fitted next to the main bulkhead. The settee offers comfortable seating. On the starboard side the backrest can be lifted to enable total width to be used for sleeping accommodation. The port settee offers a rounded corner and fixed backrest with folding sections so that the space behind can be utilized. A strong, attractive table between settees has storage in center panel. Headroom in the saloon 6' 3". Leecloths on starboard and port settees.
Head compartment: is accessed from any part of the boat without entering either cabin. Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Shower stall with shower curtain, teak grating, china wash basin and large mirror. Mixer tap in wash basin is pulled out for shower use. Cupboard above and below washbasin. Ventilation through ventilator, opening porthole and hatch. Headroom 6' 2". Extensive storage areas in compartment. New holding tank 2019 (HR Parts).
Forward cabin: Two berths with ample stowage above and below and in addition a number of lockers. A skylight and opening portlight provide great air circulation. Headroom 6' 1½".
Aft cabin: with two comfortable berths (double and single) - there are removable inserts to convert separate berths to an oversized king bed (2020). Hanging lockers to port. Stowage room below and above. Seat between berths and fitted mirror. Headroom in hatch area 6'
Nav Station: A comfortable chart table seat with spacious chart table, bookshelf, 5 drawers and stowage slots. There is a large rubber sealed 2-door access to the engine room off the walk through. On the port side there is a wet locker and various cupboards. The instrument panel is located in a protected but visible position.
Only the finest quality isopthalic resins and fiberglass with a layer of Divnylcell insulation sandwiched between are used to provide a hull that is insulated against heat and cold to prevent moisture and mildew. The hull is a unitized construction technique with a glassed over hull to deck joint that forms a safety bulwark with a teak cap rail on deck. All joinery, tankage, and machinery go into the vessel through the companionway for installation. This means that in the event replacements during the yacht's lifetime should be necessary it can be removed through the companionway.
Her insulated deck and coach roof has an overlay of Burmese teak planking in excellent condition that's glued and screwed into solid glass for optimum footing and safety while on deck in any seaway. Lifelines are smooth S/S wire with easily replaceable S/S stanchions meeting the bow and stern pulpits with a gate aft to the "sugar scoop" transom. A S/S ladder at the transom makes boarding easy from the water as well as a second custom S/S folding boarding ladder amidships to port for additional access from the water. Brass strikes on the integral hull rub rails protect the sides of the boat from pilings as well as brass strikes on the cap rail to avoid line chafing at the mooring cleats.