The Hallberg-Rassy 312 Mk II was introduced in 1986, becoming one of the finest on the market.
Hallberg-Rassy 312 Mk II recently had been re-equipped and upgraded professionally.
The first noticeable difference is the port lights, which got larger and moved up to the superstructure on today’s Hallberg-Rassy range, which gives a brighter saloon and a more incredible feeling of spaciousness. A new superstructure raised the headroom from 1.83 m to 1.85m. Now includes new teak decks, toe rails, deck hatches, and an improved working area. The original engine was a replacement for a Volvo Penta D1-30 diesel engine. The hull was epoxy-coated, and a new electronics suite was in the cockpit—electric anchor windlass, Side-Power bow thruster, holding tank laminated hardwood to tile. The toilet got separate and not all over the boat’s beam as on the previous model, and added a shower basin into the new toilet compartment. Recent mainsail, new spray-hood.
This Hallberg-Rassy 312 Mk II was a trendy model with over 650 boats produced and still is an incredible yacht capable of blue-water cruising.
This is a magnificent example of the ever-popular HR31. Halberg Rassy is renowned for its ability to build robust boats that sail and handle well. This is as good as they get and with the best specification imaginable. We have plenty of photos – please call,
Sleeps 6 in three cabins, including the saloon. Mahogany joinery throughout, with blue fabric upholstery (replaced in 2003). To port is the chart table and navigation area, with instrumentation, and aft of this is a separate double cabin with ample hanging locker space. The galley is to starboard. There is an Eno 2 burner gas cooker and oven (2004), top loading fridge, and s/s sink with H&C water supply. There is an additional fold-out work surface. Aft of this is the heads compartment with marine WC and H&C shower. Forward is the saloon area with two berths/seats and a folding dining table with storage in the centre. Forward is the usual separate focus with V berth and infill Webasto ducted warm air heating throughout (2007)
Mechanical and Rigging
He was built in 1994 by Halberg Rassy in Sweden. GRP hull, deck and superstructure. Teal laid side decking and cockpit. Fin keel with the skeg-hung rudder. Wheel steering. Volvo MD2020 18hp diesel engine with saildrive (replaced 1998)-, three-bladed folding propellers, and rope cutter. Annually serviced with records to show and winterized. Bowthruster (2005) Water capacity 190 litres Fuel capacity 60 litres Holding tank with manual pump out 12v DC electrics supplied by three heavy duty batteries 240v AC electrics supplied by shore power.
Battery charger and mains outlets. They pressurized H&C water. Water is heated by a calorifier with a 240v immersion heater—fractional rigged sloop with silver anodized Selden spars. Single line slab reefing fully battened mainsail in a stack pack with lazy jacks and Scott rigged boom strut. Roller furling Genoa. Adjustable backstay. Adjustable Genoa cars. Lewmar 40 self-tailing primary winches Lewmar 16 halyard winches Mainsail (2002) Genoa (2002) Standing rigged inspected and adjusted 2004 Running rigging replaced 2003
The extensive navigation equipment includes: Raymarine C120 combined colour chart plotter/radar with AIS (2007) Silva GPS repeater in cockpit NASA Navtex Pro Plus Autohelm ST4000 autopilot B&G Network Data instruments (wind/speed/depth) Chart table repeater for B&G Simrad RD68 VHF with DSC and cockpit speaker (2005) Radar reflector Sony radio/CD player Navigation lights Webasto cabin heating Vetus 55 kg bow thruster Holding tank Manual bilge pump (2006) Auto electric bilge pump (2003) Gas detector Cockpit windscreen and sprayhood Cockpit cushions Whitlock Wheel steering Teak cockpit table with mug holders Plastimo 6 man liferaft (2001, serviced 2005) in pushpit s/s holder Danbuoy Lifebuoy Jackstays Lofrans 1000w electric windlass (2003) 35lb CQR anchor with 60 metres of calibrated chain Inflatable dinghy Outboard engine Warps Fenders.