2019 Hallberg-Rassy 30' (9.14 m)
Portsmouth, Rhode Island, United States
The Hallberg-Rassy HR310 is a beautiful sailboat designed by Germán Frers which is built in Sweden and is a CE-certified “Category A Ocean” high-performance offshore cruiser. With a self-tacking jib and furling mainsail and Code Zero furling headsail, she is easy to sail.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HRM31115K819
$ 219,900 USD
€ 205,128 Euros
$ 300,043 CAD
£ 178,422 GBP
The Hallberg-Rassy HR310 is a beautiful sailboat designed by Germán Frers which is built in Sweden and is a CE-certified “Category A Ocean” high-performance offshore cruiser. With a self-tacking jib and furling mainsail and Code Zero furling headsail, she is easy to sail as all control lines are led back to the cockpit. The interior is spacious and beautiful with woodwork in a light mahogany matt silk finish and varnished inlaid holly flooring covered in beige carpeting. This boat incorporates all the typical Hallberg-Rassy features such as a glass windscreen, integrated rubbing strake, and lead keel all built to the highest standards. There is a well-designed seagoing galley with a fridge, propane stove, deep double sinks, and a solid Corian composite stone countertop.
In addition to being a beautiful sailboat, she has demonstrated her performance by winning her category in the world’s largest inshore race among 68 boat entries. The combination of thoughtful design, impeccable build quality, beauty, and high performance makes this the ideal sailboat for all discriminating sailors.
LOA: 3' 11'' (1.19 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 5''
LWL: 28' 11''
Draft Max: 5' 11''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 26 Gallons (98.42 Liters)
Fresh Water: 52 Gallons (196.84 Liters)
- Engine Make: Volvo Penta
- Engine Model: D1-20
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Hallberg-Rassy 310 is easy to sail with her contemporary hull lines and modern sail plan with a furling mainsail and her self-tacking jib. A Code Zero or gennaker can be flown between the masthead and a removable bowsprit. An under-deck mounted genoa jib furler Furlex TD is standard equipment.
Additionally, a powerful backstay tensioner with 1:24 purchase is standard equipment. The top shrouds and the lower shrouds are separated into individual chainplates to allow easy passage on deck and good sheeting of the genoa jib. The cockpit is generous and is over 7.5 ft. long. There is easy access to the boat when entering from the transom. Hallberg-Rassy typical features such as the windscreen, integrated rubbing strake and a lead keel on a proper bilge are all standard.
The interior is bright and unusually roomy with 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 main saloon is beautifully appointed with the “L” sofa and the straight settee measuring 6.5 ft. long. The mast support is in direct conjunction with the main bulkhead and does not obstruct the saloon. The seagoing galley does not interfere with the natural flow through the boat and someone working in the galley will not obstruct the access to the aft cabin. There are deep double sinks and a fridge with a basket to organize small items. The countertop is solid PlexiCor composite stone. Both the aft and forward cabins are generous with the aft cabin featuring two opening portlights and a hanging locker. The V-berth is 6.8 ft. long, 4.7 ft. at the wide end, and 3.3 ft. at the foot end. The forward cabin benefits from its own vanity and hanging locker.
The toilet compartment has excellent ventilation with an opening portlight and skylight. The skylight is fitted with milk-colored glass to obscure the view but allows light through. The countertop and sink are solid PlexiCor composite stone.
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.
- Isophtalic gelcoat and a protective vinylester based barrier coat between the gelcoat and the GRP.
- 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 the hull.
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.
- The Genoa jib block is adjustable from the cockpit.
- Genoajib chrome winches, size 40 C.
- Two 30 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 aluminum framed port holes, all of these are opening.
- The pulpit and pushpit have openings for easy access on board.
- Integrated bathing platform in transom.
- Electric anchor windless in chain locker with 35lb. Delta anchor with 125ft. chain
- Bow anchor roller integrated removable bowsprit for Code 0 sail
- Double stainless steel lifelines with port and starboard gates
- Outboard motor bracket in the cockpit
- Furling main sail. EMS 4V Elvstrom off shore dacron
- 2.04 m / 6’ 8’’ long cockpit (2.36 m / 7’ 9’’ to the washboards).
- On the starboard side, there is a generously sized, dry stowage locker.
- Tiller steering.
- Single lever engine control.
- Panel for engine instruments in an alcove in starboard cockpit coaming within easy reach for helmsman.
- There is a separate gas locker with stowage for one standard and one optional 13lb. PK6 gas cylinders.
- Strong windscreen with side handholds, opening center section, and sprayhood over the front part of the cockpit.
- The spray hood can be rolled away neatly into a protective cover.
- Sliding hatch of transparent acrylic glass with teak handhold.
- Two washboards in natural teak, the upper one louvered for ventilation.
- The washboards store in the cockpit locker.
- Two cockpit speakers
- 12v DC outlet
- Removable cockpit table stores in cockpit locker
Mast and Rigging
- Double spreader deck stepped rig by Selden
- Top shrouds and lower shrouds are separated on the deck for easy passage and easy sheeting of the genoa jib.
- The mast is supported by a solid mahogany support that is located in conjunction with the main bulkhead and therefore does not disturb the saloon area.
- Furthermore, there is a steel beam cast into the hull stiffener area under the mast support.
- Main boom with outhaul and two single-line reefs, controlled in the cockpit.
- Under-deck genoa jib furling and reefing system. Backstay tensioner with 1:16 purchase.
- The spinnaker boom track and preparation for the spinnaker boom topping lift are supplied as standard.
- Generous dimensions of standing and running rigging avoid fatigue during unrestricted ocean sailing.
- Furlex TD genoa jib furler with furler drum mounted under deck.
- Turnbuckles from Selden, and aluminum protection tubes from Selden.
- Windex wind indicator on mast top.
- Mainsheet and genoa jib sheets.
- Lines to lower spreader for courtesy- and club flags.
- Self-tailing 40ST and 30ST winches
- Selden Furling Mast with cockpit controls
- Spinlock tiller extension
- Self-tacking jib with track
- Code 0 continuous furling on Selden stanchion-mounted lead blocks
- Removable panel for stern cockpit access
- Furling main EMS 4V Elvstrom Offshore quality Dacron
- Elvstrom Code 0 sail on Selden CX 10 furler
- Evstrom self-tacking jib on track
- Furling main with full battens, and well-marked sail bags
All interior woodwork in a light mahogany matt silk finish. Flush locker doors with ventilation above and invisible hinges. The floor is varnished wood with inlaid holly strips. The saloon ceiling has panelling with mahogany strips and ceilings in the remainder of the boat have light lining. Cushions on all berths are sandwich foam, 10 cm harder and 2 cm softer on top, a total of 12 cm / 5’’ thick and resting on unvarnished, well-ventilated boards to avoid condensation. Many handholds. All portholes are fitted with curtains. Curtains are also under the skylights in the saloon and forward cabin.
- The settee offers comfortable seating.
- On the port side, an L-shaped 2.00 m / 6’ 7’’ long sofa, on starboard a straight 2.00 m / 6’ 7’’, with backrests with upper hinges such that the whole width of the berth can be used for sleeping accommodation.
- Between the settees a strong table with foldable sides.
- Top opening bar on the table.
- Vanity on the port side with an electric panel.
- Headroom in saloon 1.86 m / 6’ 1 1/2’’.
- Big working surface in solid composite mineral material with strong, all round fiddle rail.
- Carefully insulated icebox with Isotherm electric compressor for chilling and a basket for small items.
- Extra deep, double sink.
- Two burner gas cooker with oven, well gimballed with fiddle rails and locking device for oven door and also for the cooker when in use in the marina.
- Electric lighting of burners, no matches are necessary.
- Safety switch on gas pipe.
- Crockery locker and cutlery drawer.
- Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils.
- There are special places for the waste bin and other items.
- Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate.
- Teak grating.
- Wash basin and countertop in solid composite mineral stone material.
- There is a large mirror.
- Strong, reliable pump action toilet.
- 50 litres holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out.
- Cupboard below the washbasin.
- Ventilation through the opening skylight and side portlight.
- The skylight is milk coloured, to obscure views but allow light through.
- Two 6’ 7’’ long berths, foot end 1.2 ft. wide and aft end 5.8 ft. wide.
- Generous stowage above and below and in addition a vanity to starboard and a hanging locker aft of the vanity.
- Opening skylight with curtain under.
- The aft cabin has a hanging locker and a comfortable double berth, size 6.8 ft. where it is longest and 6.5 ft. where it is shortest. 4.7 ft. wide where it is the widest and the foot end is 3.3 ft.
- Stowage room below and above.
Engine: Volvo Penta D1-20 with sail drive. (80 Hours spring of 2023)
- 3-cylinder engine, 13.8 kW/19 HP, measured at crank shaft.
- Mounted with three rubber feet on strong foundations and sail drive to reduce vibration and noise.
- Three-bladed Flex-O-Fold propeller
- Water-cooled rubber exhaust pipe.
- Freshwater-cooled engine.
- The engine is served by a separate 62 Ah 12 V starter battery.
- Panel with keyless start in the cockpit.
- The power switch for the engine starts inside with a removable key for safety.
- 115 A alternator.
- There is a large filter for cooling water.
- Emergency start switch enabling start on house batteries
- Approximately 100 liters / 26.8 US gallons.
- The tank is filled through a deck inlet.
- Between the tank and engine, there is a further large water and coarse filter in addition to the one on the engine.
- The Estimated diesel consumption per hour at 70-75 % load in calm waters and a clean bottom is 0.5 gals per hour.
- Water capacity is approximately 200 liters / 53.6 US gallons.
- There is a water gauge.
- The filling of the water tank is through the deck inlet.
- There are two bilge pumps; one manual and one high-capacity electric emergency bilge pump that is floodable.
- Both are operated from the cockpit.
- Two separate circuits, one with 12 Volt and 62 Ah start battery for engine start and 12 Volt 62 Ah for general use on board.
- Two 110V AC electrical outlets in main salon
- Factory-installed solar panel built into sliding hatch panel
- Charging of batteries is by 115 Amperes alternator from engine.
- Upgraded LED lighting in all cabins
- There are adjustable lights above the berths and settee.
- 12 V electric sockets and electric panel with circuit breakers at saloon vanity.
- There is a water and diesel meter.
- International LED navigation lights and steaming lights for low power consumption.
- The electric panel has provision for additional outlets.
- A wiring diagram is supplied
- An Isotherm refrigeration with electrical Danfoss compressor unit is fitted for the fridge.
- The unit is economical to run and is operated from the 12 Volt supply.
- Above the sliding hatch a Raymarine i50 Tridata with triducer for speed, depth, and water temperature.
- Raymarine 60 VHF DSC Class with masthead antenna
- Magnetic compass.
- RPM-meter and engine hours counter for engine start in the alcove in the cockpit coaming.
- Tank meters for fuel and fresh water, are located at the electric central at the saloon vanity.
- Clarion stereo/CD/DAB with twin main salon speaker
- UFO Marine TV/FM antenna
- Raymarine i70 separate speed and depth (two each)
- Raymarine i60 wind
- Raymarine Axiom Pro 9 MFD with mountng arm
- Raymarine Evolution 100 Autopilot for tiller steering
Ventilation and heat
- Four hatches, eight opening port holes, companionway washboards, two Dorade vents in the saloon.
- Webasto Airtop EVO 40 heat
- High gloss varnished molded wooden tiller.
- The rudder has double self-aligning bearings for low friction in all situations.
- Raymarine Evolution - Autopilot for tiller steering
Safety and General
- All outside skin fittings are speedily and securely sealed by using ball valves with Delrin sealer.
- Double hose clips are used underwater.
- For the toilet special non-diffusing hoses are used.
- All electric cables are, where possible, laid in special tubes and where this is not possible, cables have safely loomed away from the hull.
- There are large limber holes so that any water can easily drain to the bilge.
- Inspection hatches for easy access to the bilge, sea cocks, and speed/depth transducer.
- Two fire extinguishers; one fitted to the saloon table and one in the aft cabin.
- EcoMax230 radar reflector on mast
- Lifesling in cockpit
Type of Finish
- The interior is treated with a silk finish varnish.
- The underwater hull has two applications of epoxi primer and two coats of antifouling.
Bowsprit and Code Zero sail added in 2021
Bowsprit with integrated anchor roller fitting added 2021 using all Hallberg-Rassy parts.
Code zero on a Selden CX 10 furl system with anti-torsion cable using all Selden hardware
Lifeline cockpit gates added on port and starboard sides
Bimini and Dodger
Thurston Bimini added in 2022 with a matching sprayhood color
Factory-installed glass windscreen with an opening center section with integrated sprayhood and hand holds
- The boat is CE certified by Germanischer Lloyd and a CE plaquette for category A (unlimited ocean voyages) is supplied.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
For more information about this yacht please contact Tim Kohl.
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Portsmouth RI 02871 USA
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Portsmouth RI 02871 USA
Tim Kohl has spent most of his life on the water. As a youth he grew up fishing the waters of the St Lawrence River. In high school he worked for a master marine carpenter doing wood repairs and caught the bug to go sailing.
A degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Printing Management served him well in his early career as a manager. From there, he ran printing plants. Then moving into the high tech imaging equipment sales and custom software solutions to national accounts like General Dynamics Marine, Honda, Bombardier and UTC.
Thirty years ago he was exposed to salt water sailing and fishing and never looked back.
A USCG Captain’s license and over 720 documented days at sea have allowed him exposure to great adventures offshore and around the buoys. His passion is to be at sea; racing sail boats, around the buoys and off shore, and offshore fishing.
A sailing racer for over 25 years, he has sailed in Newport, Long Island Sound, Maine, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, Key West, Charleston, and Annapolis. During that time he has crewed in numerous J 105 and J 109 North American championships with two firsts and two seconds overall.
As resident of Newport Rhode Island, Tim lives in a community that feeds his passions.
Tim’s knowledge of the sea and boats – both sail and power and his sales professionalism creates a pleasant and informative buying or selling experience for his clients. He is a great resource to his clients.