The Hallberg-Rassy 37 is an exercise in all round optimization under Hallberg-Rassys' experienced direction.  The hull has a much longer waterline than the previous HR36 model and makes better use of its hull measurements.  This was carefully allocated to different areas of the deck, cockpit, and interior for important gains in comfort. 

The structural layout and lamination were further improved with the use of special glass fabrics attaining a higher glass content of the laminate, thus a stiffer and stronger yet lighter hull and deck.  All in all the HR37 is a safe, comfortable, pleasing looking yacht to sail.

JANDINA is a well cared for example and is difficult to find fault with. Her teak decks are in excellent shape, very even and plenty of thickness remaining. The current owner has replaced all the items needed for JANDINA to provide reliable and safe cruising; thru-hulls, batteries, sails and rigging are all up to date.

Below decks the beautiful mahogany interior presents beautifully and provides a practical and safe accommodation. Like almost all Hallberg-Rassy yachts there is workable space in the galley and large chart tables areas. The sole is all on one level for safety and complimented by secure grab rails and fiddles throughout. This interior works very well at sea and in harbour.

The engine space is cavernous with a total of four access points. The large sound proof double doors open right alongside the main engine block giving plenty of space to work around the engine or even enter the engine space yourself!

Lying afloat at Dove, the yacht can be easily accessed by rail to Dover Prior Station.


  • Boat Make / Model: Hallberg-Rassy 37
  • Boat Name: JANDINA
  • Boat Length: 37.14 ft
  • Year: 2007
  • Located: Dover
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Water Tanks: 1
  • Capacity: 400 liter
  • Fuel Tanks: 1
  • Capacity: 340 liter
  • Holding Tanks: 1
  • Capacity:
  • Engine #01: Yanmar 4JH4E
  • Fuel: diesel
  • Hours: 2000
  • Fuel: diesel
  • Propller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Folding
  • Power: 54 horsepower



All interior woodwork in light mahogany matt silk finish.  The floor is varnished wood with inlaid holly stripes.  The saloon ceiling has panelling with mahogany stripes and ceilings in remainder of boat have ivory headlining.  Cushions in Barleycorn yellow deluxe upholstery on all berths rest on unvarnished, well ventilated boards to avoid condensation.  The boat is carpeted throughout in blue.  All portholes are fitted with beige curtains.  Beige Curtains also under the skylights.

On the starboard side is an L-shaped 2m long sofa, to port is a straight 1.8m long sofa.  Lifting backrests reveal extra stowage or wider sleeping berth.  Lee cloths to both settee berths.  Between the sofas is a dropleaf table with bottle stowage in centre section.  Vion clock & barometer in chrome.  Pioneer stereo radio/CD player with speakers in saloon. Headroom in the saloon is 1.92m/6’ 4’’.

To port with working surfaces in white laminate with all round mahogany fiddle rail.  Insulated icebox with Isotherm 12v refrigeration unit.  Stainless steel double sink with covers.  Eno two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven.  Crockery locker and cutlery drawer.  Bread board.  Room for saucepans and other kitchen utensils.  Waste bin. Sea water foot pump. Fresh water foot pump.

Bulkheads and lockers in white laminate, teak shower grating, Corian countertop.  Single lever mixer shower.  Mirror.  Shower curtain.  12v shower waste pump.  Pump action marine toilet.  Stainless steel holding tank, emptied by gravity or by deck pump out.  Cupboard below the washbasin.  Ventilation through opening porthole,  deck hatch and Electrolux-type ventilator. Heater outlet.

Two 2.12m  long berths with infill between the berths.  Stowage above and below berths and a number of lockers.  Hanging locker and vanity unit.  Opening skylight with curtain under.

A spacious forward-facing chart table with seat.  Electric switch panel to the right of the navigator.  Fuel and fresh water gauges.  Instrument shelf.  Drawers under the chart table and stowage slots.

There is a large sealed 2-door access to the engine room in the walkthrough.  On the outboard side of the walkthrough there is a hanging locker, storage locker and fiddled work top.

The aft cabin has a hanging locker on starboard and two berths.  Stowage room below and above.  Mirror.  Seat between the berths. Lee cloth to starboard side single berth.

Mechanical Systems

Yanmar 4JH4E 54HP 4 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel engine (2000 eng hrs @ Oct 2023)/
Engine and gearbox professionally serviced annually, last service Apr 2023
Saildrive with three-blade folding propeller. Gasket renewed Feb 2021, New shaft and seals Sept 2023
Ambassador Rope cutter Oct 2018
Bow thruster (6hp)
Diesel capacity 340 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks
Water capacity is 400 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks
Fuel and fresh water gauges at the chart table
Pressurised hot & cold fresh water system to Heads & Galley
40 litres hot water calorifier heated by 230v supply and the engine’s cooling water
Manual & electric bilge pump
Various engine spares

4 x 6v Rolls 590 batteries for domestic use, New Nov 2018
1 x 12v battery for engine start
Emergency start for Yanmar
140A alternator
12v sockets at inner chart table and in the cockpit
230v shore power system with 4 sockets, immersion heater
Mastervolt IVO Smart battery charger 230v/12v/50A
Sterlin gPower products Power Managment with Amp Hr Counter
International navigation lights
Lopolight LED tricolour/anchor light at masthead

All thru-hull fittings and associated valves replaced Apr 2019 with DZR Brass.

Webasto Airtop diesel-fired warm air heater, 3.5 kW, with outlets in saloon, forward cabin, heads compartment and aft cabin.  All outlets, except in the saloon, can be regulated separately.
The seller cannot demonstrate regular servicing of the Webasto heating on this vessel. 

Spars and Sails

Selden manual furling mast
Double spreader deck stepped rig by Seldén, New Standing Rigging 2023
The mast is supported by a solid mahogany support & the main bulkhead
Electric Jib furling, New 2023
Seldén rod­kicker
Two self-tailing winches on mast for main and jib halyards
Seldén backstay tensioner
Selden whisker pole on track with topping lift, New May 2022
Aluminium rigging screw protection tubes from Seldén
Deck light

Northrop/Hyde 'Contention' Furling Main with UV protection, New 2023
Northrop/Hyde 'Contention' Furling working Jib with UV protection, New 2023
Top down Elvestrom furling Cruising Chute in excellent condition, all lines included.

Deck Equipment

Deck, toerail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor, side trims and bathing platform in teak
Teak deck re-furbished April 2022
Teak hand rails full length of superstructure
Stem fitting with twin anchor rollers
18kg Delta anchor with 50m 8mm chain
Kedge anchor
Lewmar electric anchor windlass
Mooring cleats forward, aft and amidships
Double stainless steel guardwires with entry gates port & starboard
Deck inlets for water and diesel tanks
Genoa and mainsheet tracks with blocks
Genoa blocks adjustable from the cockpit
Lewmar 48CST selftailing genoa winches
Protective windscreen in front of cockpit
Varnished outer chart tables and washboards.
Winch handle pockets on mast & at steering pedestal
Ceiling hatches to forecabin, heads, saloon and aft cabin
Nine aluminium framed port holes, eight of these are opening
Easy access pulpit and pushpit
Teak pushpit seats
Teak outboard bracket
Integral bathing platform in transom
Protective stainless steel strips to cleats and entry gates
Permanent windscreen with opening centre section
Sprayhood, New 2022 and new unused spare sprayhood
Cover for steering wheel/compass
Teak cockpit table, unvarnished
Glass holder in cockpit for 2 glasses
Two gas cylinder
8 fenders, various warps

Navigation Equipment

Garmin steering compass on binnacle
B&G Zeus 9" MFD at steering binnacle, New Feb 2019
B&G 4G radar scanner on mast, New Feb 2019
Raymarine ST60 speed, depth & wind displays over companionway
Raymarine ST60 graphic at chart table
Raymarine ST6002G autopilot with Type 1 linear drive
Raymarine Smart Controller
Sinrad NSPL 550 AIS transceiver, New Aug 2019
Raymarine 54E class D DSC VHF, additional handset and speaker in cockpit

Safety Equipment

Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd recommend that all safety equipment is inspected by suitably qualified personnel before use. Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd provide no guarantees or warrantees for safety equipment supplied with their listings.

Ocean Safety Liferaft 4 man in container, Service Exp Oct 2023
Echomax radar reflector
Lifelines in webbing on deck
3 x harness attachment points  in cockpit
Emergency tiller
Lifebuoy, Danbuoy, Lifesling
3 fire extinguishers, New Oct 2023
Fire blanket
Gas alarm, smoke alarm

Designer's Comments

Following the success of the Hallberg-Rassy 36, the new Hallberg-Rassy 37 is an exercise in all round optimization under Hallberg-Rassy experienced direction. 

The hull with a much longer waterline makes better use of its hull measurements.  This was carefully allocated to different areas of the deck, cockpit, and interior for important gains in comfort.

The structural layout and lamination were further improved with the use of special glass fabrics attaining a higher glass content of the laminate, thus a stiffer and stronger yet lighter hull and deck.

A further boost was given to the performance thanks to the new efficient hull lines, having a much longer waterline and an optimum prismatic and mid section coefficients to match very well the power of modern rig and sail geometry.

All in all the HR37 is a safe, pleasing looking yacht to sail.

Germán Frers


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