|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Ipswich, Suffolk, Reino Unido (Located Nr. Ipswich)|
|Calado máximo||1.7 m|
|Tipo de quilla||Aleta|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
|Modelo del Motor||MD22P|
|Tipo de Propulsor||4 Cuchilla|
|Tanques combustible||335 litros|
|Tanques agua dulce||310 litros|
|Tanques de reserva||80 litros|
2001 example of this popular centre cockpit cruising yacht, designed by German Frers and built in Sweden by Hallberg-Rassy.
Purchased in 2011 by present owner, Caritas’s systems and equipment have been significantly overhauled / upgraded since then and prepared for short-handed, long term cruising. For a serious cruising yachtsman looking for a yacht that is ready to go, Caritas II really should be viewed
VAT paid, British SSR registered. Hull number 532.
White GRP hull with stern swimming platform. Teak capped raised bulwark. Bronze capped hull rubbing strake.
Fin keel with lead ballast.
Skeg supported GRP rudder with cable drive – lower bearing replaced 2014
Solimar wheel steering and emergency tiller.
Underwater surfaces Coppercoated 2012
Ivory white GRP sandwich deck, superstructure and self-draining centre cockpit.
Teak laid sidedecks, coachroof and cockpit seats.
Mahogany internal joinery.
Coachroof windows all replaced Sept’ 2015.
Volvo MD22P four-cylinder 57hp diesel engine fitted beneath the cockpit. Closed circuit cooling with heat exchanger and wet exhaust.
Approx’ 2,000 engine hours.(new hr mtr 2013 – 526hrs – orig’ LCD noted 1,587 hrs 2016)
Electric start. Single lever control.
Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft drive.
Feathering 4 bladed MaxProp, new 2015. Original MaxProp refurbished as spare.
Two bladed Stripper rope cutter – new 2015.
Serviced annually by Volspec
Cutlass & stern gland replaced 2011.
Seacocks serviced annually & toilet inlet replaced 2014, heads out & engine in replaced 2017 with highest quality DZR fittings.
Sleipner 6hp bow thruster new 2011 with laminated “eyebrows”.
Fuel: 335 litres in s/s tanks
Freshwater: 310 litres
Hot water: Approx 40 litre calorifier tank with immersion heater
Holding tank: 80 litre tank, sea & deck discharge
Watermaker – Desalator Duo60 Watermaker new 2013, currently pickled.
Multi gauge tank monitor new 2013 c/w upper fuel tank & water tank sensors.
12 volt system – June 2015 – 2 x Rolls S12-290ah AGM domestic batteries and 1 x AGM Rolls Series 2 engine start battery. Dedicated thruster battery.
Efoy Comfort 210 Methanol Fuel Cell – fitted 2012 – giving 12v, 105w, 8.75ah. 752hrs.
Engine alternator charging.
VE Phoenix 12-50 charger with Phoenix remote control
Isolation switches & distribution panel.
Hallberg Rassy supplied LED Interior lighting throughout.
LED Navigation lights, including bow, stern, steaming, deck, tri-colour and anchor lights.
Mast cabling replaced with tinned copper wiring
Wireless access point, Ethernet, WAP, MWB-250, USB points
Flat screen TV with Sky box using HDMI & Ethernet cables. Interface to Wifi.
Mastervolt 12v 500w Sine wave Inverter
220 volt shore power system – with shore cable, RCB, immersion heater in calorifier tank, battery charger, and outlet sockets.
Spars and Rigging
Deck stepped sloop rig.
Selden double spreader In-mast furling mast and boom.
Electric mainsail In-Mast furling system – new 2012 – new tack assembly 2017.
Furlex 300S furling headsail system, stripped & serviced 2012
Sprung rod kicker. Mast stowed spinnaker pole.
Removable s/s bowsprit for asymmetric sail
Stainless steel standing rigging – replaced 2012
Bottle screw covers.
Running rigging including spinnaker gear – replaced 2012
Releasable inner forestay with chainplate and tensioner.
Mast stripped and fully checked/serviced 2012.
2 x 48 self-tailing electric genoa winches – winches electrified & overhauled 2012
2 x 16 self-tailing halyard winches at mast
2 x 40 spinnaker winches
1 x 30 self-tailing reefing winch in cockpit with 3 x Spinlock clutches.
Mainsail – In-mast furling – 2013 – One Sails
Furling Genoa – 2013 – One Sails
Asymmetric chute with snuffer – 2012 – One Sails
Spinnaker – used twice in current ownership
Main, Genoa and Asymmetric regularly maintained by One Sails
Navigation electronics completely replaced 2012
Raymarine Hybrid E125 multi display at chart table – 2012
Raymarine Hybrid E95 multi display at helm – 2012
Raymarine 18” 4kw HD radar scanner -
Raystar GPS, HS backbone and remote control unit
AIS 650 with GPS and Comar VHF splitter
3 x Raymarine i70 cockpit displays
Speed, depth and wind transducers
Raymarine autopilot, course computer & P70 head (New linear driver 2016)
Raymarine 240E twin station DSC VHF radio with hailer/horn
Echomax active aerial
Plastimo Olympic binnacle steering compass
Furuno NX300 Navtex
BaroPlug – new 2015 – Electronic barometer linked to navigation kit
Spacious accommodation for six / seven in two cabins plus saloon.
Beautifully fitted in rich satin finished Sapele mahogany woodwork
6’3”+ headroom in saloon.
Fawn patterned fabric upholstery throughout. Curtains.
Teak & holly floors with carpets over.
Webasto diesel fired ducted warm air cabin heating.
Pressurised hot & cold water – heated by engine & 240v immersion heater.
4 x opening deck hatches 2 x ventilators and 4 x Dorade vents.
JVC stereo with iPod dock, c/w switched speakers to saloon, cockpit & aft cabin.
Samsung TV with Sky, wifi (requires device to access router).
Gas system checked and Certified Sept 15.
Forecabin – large Vee berth and infill with storage under. Assorted storage lockers.
Heads compartment to port: Fitted in GRP & mahogany with washbasin, mixer tap, shower with drain, Electric sea toilet (new 2012 ) piped to holding tank (pipework replaced 2012). Hanging locker opposite.
Saloon: L shaped settee berth to port and settee berth to stbd. Backrests hinge to provide wide single berths with lee cloths. Fixed central table with bottle storage and folding leaves. Lockers outboard. Galley: to stbd. L shaped with GN Espace Lavante 2 gimballed gas cooker with 2 burners, oven & grill – new Sept’ 15. 2 x s/s sinks and top opening cool box with 12v refrigeration unit. Assorted storage.
Chart table: to port with large chart table, navigators seat, provision for instruments and switch panels. Assorted storage. Access to aft cabin via walkway to port with storage lockers and engine access.
Aft cabin: Double berth to starboard, single berth to port. Storage under berths and assorted lockers.
Deck and Equipment
Excellent deck layout with raised bulwarks & wide side decks.
Opening chain locker forward and lazarette locker aft.
Deep, sheltered centre cockpit with fixed windscreen.
Folding sprayhood, bimini, wheel cover and a cockpit enclosure tent.
Teak benches and deep cave locker.
Whitlock Constellation steering pedestal with leather covered wheel.
Aft deck with teak quarter seat to starboard. Stainless swivelling davits by Mr Stainless at SYH – new 2014. Stainless stern deck mounted aerial post
Stern pushpit gate with access to swimming platform and folding ladder.
Hot & cold transom shower.
Open bow pulpit with teak step. Stanchions & guardwires, gates P & S.
Self stowed ROCMA 20kg main anchor and approx 60m 8mm chain.
Lewmar vertical electric anchor windlass, foot switches (renewed 2015) and cockpit control.
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats.
Teak coachroof grabhandles.
Lewmar genoa and mainsheet tracks
Teak outboard stowage bracket
Mooring warps, fenders. Boat hook.
Honwave 2.7m Honda T27-IE2 inflatable dinghy – new 2014.
- Zodiac ISO OPEN SEA 4 man liferaft - canister mounted in purpose built s/s stern bracket on pushpit. Service due Oct’ 18
- 4 x cockpit harness points
- Horseshoe lifebuoy – new 2018.
- Webbing side deck jackstays. Jonbuoy man overboard sling.
- Manual & auto/manual electric bilge pumps.
- Firdell Blipper radar reflector
- Hazetech gas alarm with CO2 & LPG sensor – not warranted
- 3 fire extinguisher. Fire blanket – not warranted
Classic Hallberg-Rassy style with over 600 built between 1989 and 2003, the extremely popular 36 is nicely built with balanced good looks. Down below the accommodation is warm and beautifully finished, practically laid out for cruising.
"Caritas II” has undergone regular “no expense spared” annual servicing and upgrading for her present enthusiastic owner with a view to sailing off into the sunset. Her next owner will benefit from the care and attention (not to mention the money!) the current owner has bestowed on her.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.