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2011 Hallberg-Rassy 310
After the experience gained from building no less than 2,145 31 footers (Monsun 31, 312, 94 Kutter and 31) and the overwhelming response to the introduction of the HR 372, Hallberg-Rassy now introduces the all-new Frers-designed Hallberg-Rassy 310. She replaces the successful Hallberg-Rassy 31 Mk II which has been in production for 16 (!) years and even in 2006 was able to win comparative tests with other yachts of her size. Designs that are right from the beginning, simply have a better future.
|CE category:||A - Unlimited ocean voyages|
|Hull length:||9.42 m / 30’ 11”|
|Waterline at rest:||8.80 m / 28’ 11’’|
|Beam:||3.18 m / 10’ 5”|
|Draft, empty load:||1.80 m* / 5’ 11” *|
|Displacement:||4.35 t / 9 590 lbs|
|Lead keel:||1.68 t / 3 700 lbs|
|Sail area with genoajib:||47.2 m² / 508 sq ft|
|Mast over water, ex Windex:||14.35 m / 47’ 1’|
|Headroom saloon:||1.87 m 6’ 1 1/2’’|
|kW / HP at crank shaft:||16.2 kW / 22 HP|
|Max. torque:||52 Nm at 2000 RPM|
|Diesel tank:||100 l / 26.5 US g|
|Water Tank:||200 l / 52.8 US g|
|Holding tank:||50 l 13.3 US g|
Hallberg-Rassy is leading, not following.:
Hull and Deck
Hand lay-up GRP hull, insulated above water line
with Divinycell closed cell PVC-foam against heat
and cold. Integrated rubbing strake with brass
strip. White hull with blue decorative band in gelcoat.
Under the mast support there is a steel beam
cast into the hull stiffener. Strong under floor reinforcements,
bonded with composite. Lead keel
with reinforcement bolted on with nine M 20 stainless
steel bolts. The stainless steel rudder shaft
is carefully mounted with two self aligning bearings
for low friction in all situations. Strong engine
foundations of GRP for effective sound insulation.
Deck and coachroof areas and also cockpit are of
sandwich construction, solid in parts, laminated to
Deck and deck fittings
Toerail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and bathing
platform have top quality teak laid in silicon rubber.
Strong stem head fitting with integrated anchor
roller. Chain locker with asymmetric opening. Two
strong stainless cleats forward, aft and midships,
all bolted with four bolts each. Double stainless
lifelines. Teak handholds on the coachroof. Two
scuppers on each side which drain rain water
overboard under the waterline to prevent dirt strips
on the hull. Deck inlets for water and diesel tanks
are on opposite sides to avoid errors. Genoajib
tracks with blocks. Genoajib block adjustable from
the cockpit. Genoajib chrome winches, size 40
C. Two 16 C winches in the cockpit for halyards.
The halyards are hidden under the sliding hatch
garage. Four skylight hatches; two to the saloon,
one in the heads and one in the forward cabin.
Eight aluminium framed port holes, all of these are
opening. Pulpit and pushpit have opening for easy
access on board. Integrated bathing platform in
Interior photo gallery:
The interior is bright and unusually roomy for her size. There are fourteen light inlets in total; there are four skylights, of which two are in the saloon. All nine portlights are opening and the same size as the Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk II. The locker doors are flush and have invisible hinges.
The saloon is sensationally long and wide for the boatsize. Both the L sofa and the straight settee are a full two meters long. The mast support is in direct conjunction with the main bulkhead and does not obstruct the saloon.
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