Vessel Name


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Sailing Yacht

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Short Description


Hallberg-Rassy 29, 1989

Perfect distance crusing yacht.  Beautiful classic lined boat, safe and comfortable with cabin heating, refrigeration and pressurised hot and cold fresh water.  Petrel has been well maintained and received many upgrades and updates.

VAT paid and registered on the Small Ships Register.  Hull number 471.




Sleeps seven in two cabins. Mahogany interior. Mikuni diesel heater with outlet in main and fore cabins. Blue velour upholstery (new 1999). Headroom in main saloon 1.8m (5'11").  LED lighting throughout.

Main saloon has drop leaf table with central bottle stowage, settee berth to starboard and L-shaped settee berth to port. Storage lockers underneath. The settee backrests lift to provide an additional two berths. All four berths in main saloon are fitted with lee cloths. Clock & barometer.

Quarter berth on starboard side with lee board aft of removable chart table. Locker and switch panel behind. Drawers underneath. 

Fore cabin has V berth with infill cushion to make a double berth. Stowage for spare sails grey water holding tank (50 litres) underneath. 

Galley has Flavel gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (new 1999). 
12v refrigeration unit fitted in top loading insulated coolbox. Double stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water. Stowage under sink and behind cooker. 

Heads compartment, to port, has Jabsco marine toilet with fold down dressing seat over, and wet locker behind. Hand basin with pressurised hot and cold water opposite. Filter fitted to cold water.

Construction & Build

GRP hull deck and superstructure • Aft cockpit with tiller steering • Skeg hung rudder and long steel encapsulated keel • Fractional sloop rig • Teak cockpit trim and seats • Teak toerail capping • Brass rubbing strake

Sails and spars

Fractional (7/8) sloop rig with Selden aluminium spars • Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2009) • Rigging screws (new 2009) • Furlex 200S furling headsail gear • Solid kicker with gas spring • Mast mounted spinnaker pole • Adjustable backstay • Halyards & control lines led back to cockpit through 6 Rutgerson clutches • SAILS: Kemp fully battened mainsail (new 2010) with two reefing points • Bainbridge roller bearing cars (new 2010)• Kemp stack pack system with lazyjacks (new 2010)• Kemp furling genoa 110% (new 2010)• Spare mainsail & jib • WINCHES: Two Lewmar 40 two-speed headsail sheet winches • Two Lewmar 8 spinnaker sheet winches • One Lewmar 8 halyard winch • One Lewmar 15 self-tailing halyard winch (new 2013) • One Lewmar 7 reefing winch on mast • All halyards are brought back to the cockpit

Gear and safety

Deck Equipment: 25lb CQR anchor with 20 metres 8mm chain and 30 metres 14mm multiplait warp (chain & warp new 2011) • Fire blanket and two manual fire extinguishers • Safety straps for galley and chart table • Two Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pumps • Automatic electric bilge pump with auto/manual switch • Stainless steel guardwires • S/S pushpit with gate. S/S pulpit with teak step • Webbing jackstays • Heavy duty bow roller with s/s bow protector • Sprayhood • Boarding ladder • Outboard bracket • Liferaft mounting • Three deck ventilators with stainless steel covers • Forehatch • Flagstaff and ensign • Two winch handles • Two deep cockpit lockers, one with vented gas bottle holder • Three anchor points in cockpit for safety harness • Firdell Blipper radar reflector • Horseshoe lifebuoy with strobe light • Combined LED tricolour & anchor light at masthead • Danbuoy and holder • Various warps and fenders


Volvo Penta MD2020 18hp 3 cylinder inboard marine diesel engine, fresh water cooled driving a 2 bladed folding bronze propeller via a Volvo Penta saildrive • The engine was replaced in 2002, approximately 800 engine hours • Engine space fully sound insulated • New saildrive membrane in March 2017 60 litre (13 gallon) stainless steel fuel tank with gauge • ELECTRICS: Three 12v batteries, 1 x 70Ah engine (new April 2009), 2 x 75Ah domestic (new April 2015) charged by engine alternator or 230v battery charger • 230v shore power system with battery charger and immersion heater • 230v socket on 12v inverter for computer or similar equipment • WATER: Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and heads sink • 120 litre plastic water tank with gauge and inspection hatch • Filter fitted to tap in heads • QL calorifier supplies hot water from engine cooling system and 230v immersion heater


Silva 1000 bulkhead mounted compass • Raymarine ST60+ wind speed and direction (new 2009) • Raymarine ST60+ tridata (new 2009) • Icom IC-M505 DSC VHF and HM 162E command mic (new 2009) • Autohelm ST2000+ tillerpilot (new 2006) • Raymarine 5" Firefly Chartplotter (new 2016) • NASA Navtex Yeoman Chart Plotter • Navigation lights - bicolour, stern, steaming, and tricolour • Windex


Length 29'0 ft Beam 9'3 ft Max. Draft 5'4 ft

General Comments

Hallberg Rassey 29' sailing yacht in great condition, near Plymouth.  Well maintained, viewing highly recommended.

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