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1997 Hallberg-Rassy 42F

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Year 1997
Length 42 ft / 12.8 m
Builder/Manufacturer Hallberg-Rassy

Indira is a lightly used example of a the desirable Hallberg-Rassy 42F cruising yacht. 
The German Frers design combines good cruising performance with classic looks and roomy accommodation.


Year Built 1997
Category Sail
Length Overall 13'3 ft / 4.03 m
Beam 12'11 ft / 3.94 m
Max Draft 6'7 ft / 2.01 m
Cabins 3
Cabin Headroom 2'0 ft / 0.61 m
Electrical System 12 V
Double Berths 2
Construction Fiberglass
Keel Fin Keel
Min Draft 2'0 ft / 0.61 m
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 76 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 420 L
Fuel Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 685 L
Water Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Ballast 4,700 kg
Displacement 12,500 kg
Displacement Type Dry Load
Windlass Electric
Tax Status Paid

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Volvo Penta
Model: TMD 22
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 76hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Year: 1997

All interior woodwork in light mahogany matt silk finish
The cabin sole is varnished teak with inlaid holly stripes
Saloon ceiling is in ivory panels with mahogany stripes
Deluxe upholstery on all berths resting on well ventilated boards to avoid condensation
Beige carpets throughout, beige curtains to all portlights and under the skylights
Webasto diesel fired warm air heating to all cabins

L-shaped settee berth to port with rounded corner squab cushion
Storage behind pull-down seat backs, reserve fresh water tank under
Straight settee berth to starboard side, stowage below
Lift -up backrest for wider berth when sleeping
Dropleaf table with bottle stowage in centre section
TV mounted on main bulkhead
Brass gimballed oil lamp, ship's clock & barometer
Headroom in saloon 2m (6’ 7”)

Work surfaces in white laminate with all round fiddle rail
Insulated icebox with 12v refrigeration unit
Double sink with pressurised hot & cold fresh water
Cold fresh water supply by foot pump, as reserve
2-Burner gas cooker with oven, well gimbaled with fiddle rails and locking device for oven door and also for the cooker when in use in the marina. Safety switch on gas pipe. Crockery locker and cutlery drawer. Bread board. Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils. There are special places for the waste bin and other items.

Access to the toilet compartment is freely available from any part of the boat without disturbing anybody. Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate. Watertight shower stall, teak grating, china wash basin and large mirror. Shower curtain. Mixer tap in washbasin is pulled out for shower use. Shower water drained by pump directly overboard without going into bilges. Hand switch for shower pump for utmost safety. Strong, reliable pump action toilet. Stainless steel holding tank. Cupboard above and below washbasin. Ventilation through opening porthole and hatch. Headroom 1.92 (6’4”)

The door to the forward cabin has been arranged in such a way to allow free movement for dressing and undressing. Two berths with ample stowage above and below and in addition a number of lockers. A hatch and opening porthole. Headroom 1.98 m (6’ 6”)

A comfortable chart table seat with spacious chart table. Above a bookshelf and space for mounting instruments including Radar and chart plotter etc. Electric panel to the left of the navigator. 5 drawers and stowage slots. There is a larger rubber sealed 2-door access to the engine room off the walkthrough. Headroom in the walkthrough 1.68 m (5’ 6”). On portside there is a wet locker and various cupboards.

Aft cabin has a hanging locker on portside and two comfortable berths, one 2.00 m long x 1.20 m wide (7’ x 3’ 11”) and the other 2.00 long and 1.15 wide. Stowage room below and above. Seat between berths. Mirror. Headroom in hatch area 1.91 m.

As forward toilet, but with a separate shower with seat. Ventilation through an opening window. Headroom 1.84 m (6’ 1/2”).

Mechanical and Electrical Systems

Volvo Penta TMD22, 4 cylinder diesel engine, approx 76hp.
Stainless steel shaft with 3-bladed fixed propeller.
12v engine start battery charged from 60A engine alternator.
40l hot water calorifier 
220v shore power connection with cable.
420Ah service battery (New 2018)
220v/40A/12v Battery charger
Four 220v sockets ininterior accomodation
Webasto Airtop 3500 cabin heater with outlets in all cabins.

Deck Equipment

Deck, toerail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and side trims in top quality teak laid in silicon rubber.
Also teak hand rails full length of superstructure.
Strong stem fitting with integrated anchor roller for COR anchor.
Electrical wind lass, 1000 W, made from bronze or stainless steel, no aluminium.
CQR-anchor 60 Ibs/27.3 kg. Chain 60 m, 9 mm.
Stowage beneath for fenders.
Two strong cleats forward, aft and midships.
Double lifelines with 4 supports.
Side gates in lifelines for easy access alongside.
Two 25 mm scuppers on each side which drain rain water over board just above waterline.
Deck inlets for water and diesel tanks are on opposite sides to avoid errors.
Genoa and mainsheet tracks with blocks.
Genoa block adjustable from the cockpit.
Selftailing genoa winches, size 58 CST,
Two mainsheet winches, size 40 CST.
Runners, blocks and winches by Lewmar.
Hatches in foredeck, toilet compartment, saloon and in aft cabin.
13 aluminium framed port holes.
A stainless steel swan neck fitting by the mast for problem free threading of existing and additional mast cables.
Aluminium framed windscreen with opening centre section.
Canvas sprayhood (New 2018) and sprayhood extension to cover entire cockpit.
Cockpit table
Cockpit cushions
Pulpit and pushpit have opening for easy access on board.
There is a deck locker by cockpit starboard side with stowage beneath for two 6 kg gas cylinders.
Further stowage in the lazarette.
Teak outboard bracket on pushpit
Various lines and fenders

Navigation Equipment

Furuno GaAs FET front end radar 
Furuno Radome
ST50 wind, speed and depth over companionway.
ST50 mulit display at chart table
Philips ap navigator Mk 9 GPS at chart table
Icom IC-M710 GMDSS HF/SSB radio 
Auto pilot ST7000 Type 2
Suunto steering compass on steering binnacle
Shipmate RS 8300 VHF with speaker at chart table
ICS Nav 4 Navtex plus
Navigation lights


Rig, Spars and Sails

Double spreader rig by Seldén.
Furling main.
Seldén Furlex jib furling and reefing system .
Seldén rodkicker.
Two winches on mast, two for main and jib halyards.
7 cleats for various uses.
Spinnaker boom track with spinnaker pole,
Generous dimensions of standing and running rigging avoid fatigue during unrestricted ocean sailing.
Turnbuckles from Hasselfors, aluminium protection tubes from Seldén, blocks and winches from Lewmar.
Anchor light on mast top.
Deck flood light

Furlin mainsail in Sealar cloth
Working Jib 43sqm
Genoa, Sealar 32 cloth, E-foam, 55sqm

Safety Equipment

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4 person liferaft (serviced 2018)
Horseshoe life ring
Fire blanket in galley
4x fire extinguishers
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room

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