49′ Hallberg Rassy 49
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1984 49′ Hallberg Rassy ‘Coram Deo’
Powerful Offshore Cruising Ketch of Amazing Pedigree…. fully outfitted, and constantly upgraded and maintained, she is in great condition and ready to go anywhere right now. Check the full description for more info!
- Interior Comforts and Amenities
- Electronics and Navigation
- Mechanical Equipment
- Deck and Cockpit Equipment
- Sails and Rigging
- Additional Units
- Boat History and Owners Comments
- Technicold/rich beers holding plate chest freezer with one plate, power and ac powered together with the chest type freezer
- Technicold/rich beers holding plate chest freezer with two plates, power and ac powered
- Force 10 3 burner propane stove with oven
- Solenoic propane shut off valves for the two 10 lbs tanks
- Propane fume detector
- Propane vented locker for 2 10 lb tanks
- Two 10 lb tanks
- Samsung microwave
- Nutri bullet blender
- Two slice toaster
- Magma rail mounted propane cannister powered barbeque grill
- French press coffee maker
- Ecco tech 20 gph water maker powered by 110 volt ac
- Spendide combimatic washer
- Webasco isotherm engine/ac powered 5.3 gallon water heater
- Shurflo automatic water pump with failsafe pressure switch and seagull drinking water filter.
- Ocean marine onboard climate master
- First aid kit
- Headroom: 77″ except in cockpit which is 66.5″ under the hardtop and sleeping berths are 81″.
- Autopilot by Raymarine ST7000+ autopilot with dashboard mounted control head and electric drive ram.
- Primary chart plotter by Garmin 942 with Ipad 13″ and Ipad slave at the helm
- GPS by Furuno GP-39
- Depth sounder by Garmin in chart plotter and Raymarine ST-60
- Speed and distance Raymarine ST 60
- Primary vhf radio Standard Horizon matrix with AIS
- Secondary vhf radio Icom BC-210 rapid, hand held
- Direction finder
- Wind direction and speed indicator by Raymarine ST-60+
- Pioneer Stereo with speakers
- Deck lights on Spreaders of main and mizzen
- Direct current system voltage: 12 v and 24 v House system by (4) Lifeline AGM 4D batteries
- Alternating current power system voltage : 110 volt system throughout the boat
- Northern Lights 6 kw generator
- Samlex EVO-2224 pure sine wave inverter of 2.2 kw with remote panel,
- 24 volt 70 amp 4 stage smart charger (NEW 2020)
- Engine Battery 12 volt sealed
- Other bow thruster powered by 12 volt sealed battery
- Generator has separate 12 volt starting battery.
- Solar panels 2 @ 95 watt solar panels installed on cockpit hardtop with Kid solar controller
- Newmar12 volt converter off 24 volt, and Pro-Sport marine battery charger for dedicated bow thruster 12 v battery
- Marinco 30 amp 125 volt 50′ shore power cord
- Ferris Link 2000x advanced battery monitor (new 2019)
- Patay hand bilge pump in main bilge
- Automatic 500 gph bilge pump
- 6000 gph emergency back up pump.
- Pedestal steering, chain and sprocket system with stainless wire transmission to heavy quadrant 6″ sheaves in bronze and cable conduit are used to route the cable.
- (6) type 2 and (4) type 5 life jackets as well as flares, horn, bell
- (2) Kidde dry chemical type abc
- Emergency Tiller
- Side power DC SE Series Bow Thruster
- Engine room 4″ exhaust blower
- Auto prop -19.2″ diameter
- Spare Prop
- CQR 75 lbs
- 220′ 3/8″ BBB chain
- 600′ 3/4″ nylon three strand line
- FX Fortress stored broke down in after locker with about 50′ of 5/16″ chain
- about 500′ 5/8″ nylon three stand shore line
- Lofrans Condor 24 volt horizontal mounted Windlass
- (2) bronze anchor rollers
- Full Fiberglass hardtop with 68.5″ headroom
- Removable side curtains for rain or sun articulate in a bolt rope and zipper connection on starboard, aft and port perimeter of the hardtop including a roll up aft sun curtain providing dry cockpit for sailing or mooring in any weather conditions
- (2) Awnings : forward of the main mast; and, between main and mizzen masts
- Safety glass windscreen with opening center section complete with snap in place sunscreen
- Port and starboard awning that zip onto hard top perimeter and attach to top lifelines as well as an roll up awning on aft of hardtop
- Full seat and back cushions for port and starboard cockpit seats as well as back cushion for helm
- Folding and removable beautiful varnished teak table for cocktail or meal orientations
- (5) cylindrical fenders, (1) round ball fender, (1) flat fender and (9) large diameter dock lines
- Folding stern teak swim platform
- Swedish stainless steel full large bow and push pulpits articulating with life lines
- Swim ladder with attachments at starboard lifeline gate
- 7 pairs of Swedish stainless life line stanchions 27.5′ high with 3/16″ bare stainless steel wire rope lifelines and gate midship on port and starboard.
- Simpson davits model SD 100 with 100 KG safe working load.
- Deck level navigation light and tricolor, steaming and anchor lights on main mast.
- Raw water washdown pump with hose bib in anchor locker
- Selden Mast AB, Sweden made mast and boom in silver anodizd aluminum alloy. Main mast 274 x 185 mm(11.3 kg/m) with two sets of spreaders. The mast is provided with special channels for installation of cables and two sets of steps near masthead. The spinnaker pole is stows against the mast. Main boom is 189 x 132 mm with internal outhaul and 3 sets of reefing lines, replaced in 2020. The boom is stow-able on the remove-able boom crutch located on the cockpit hardtop.
- Mizzenmast 189 x 132 mm (6.3kg/m) one set of spreaders. Special channels for cables. Mizzen boom is 128 x 90 mm provided with internal outhaul and one reefing line . Mizzen boom vang and tackle.
- Harken MKIII Jib Reefing & Furling System unit 1.5
- Furlex 61D twin groove jib furling and reefing system
- Harken Big Boat Mainsheet Traveler System
- Spinnaker pole mounted on main mast
- Main sail with full battens, 44 sq m, 484 sq ft,
- Mizzen sail with full battens, 16 sq M, 176 sq ft,
- Genoa 130% stored 69 Sq M, 759 sq fit,
- Roller-furled Yankee, 100% 51 sq M, 561 sq M,
- Asymmetical Spinnaker 1500 sq ft.
- Both boom vangs and tackles are manual.
- Headstay, top and lower shrouds are 12 mm 1 x 19 stainless steel wire.
- Inner forestay, intermediate shrouds and double backstays (running( 10 mm 1×19 stainelss steel wire.
- Turnbuckles are 3/4″ bronze.
- Running backstays are 12 mm Sectra line.
- Rigging replace in 2006 except the 4 lower primary shrouds which were replaced in 2016.
- All halyards and sheets replaced in 2016.
- Spreader lights updated to LED in 2015.
- Mizzen rigging is forward upper shrouds are 5/16″ 1 x 19 stainless steel wire, the turnbuckles are 5/8″ bronze.
- Both masts have flag halyards.
- Swedish stainless steel chainplates and stemhead secure the rigging thru bronze turnbuckles making the connection more secure and less prone to cracking or a hidden crack which could develop in a commercial stainless steel turnbuckle.
- (5) Lewmar MAST winches including: (2) Lewmar 43 self tailing for jib, staysail and spinnaker halyards, (1) Lewmar 46 for mainsail halyard, (1) Lewmar16 two speed for reefing and (1) Lewmar 8 for spinnaker.
- (5) Lewmar COCKPIT winches including: (2) Lewmar 55 selftailing for jib sheets, (2) Lewmar 43 self tailing for staysail sheets and (1) Lewmar 40 for mizzen sheet.
- (2) Lewmar MIZZEN winches including: (1) Lewmar 16 self tailing one speed for halyard and (1) Lewmar one speed for reefing.
- Mainsail from Doyle Sails, 3 reefs, full battens, dacron cross cut (2006)
- Yankee cut jib from Banks Sails with adjustment lines and tell tails (2012)
- Staysail from Banks Sails (2012)
- Spinnaker is about 30 years old and never used.
- Mizzensail from Doyle Sails, 1 reef, full battens (2006)
- Genoa in good condition – Not used much in 25 years.
- 2005 Caribe C-12
The original owner, we have learned, was a Delaware, USA corporation that used the boat for two seasons in the Baltic, from May of 1984 thru the end of 1985 at which time it was shipped overland to the area of the Black Sea. It was never commission there but was eventually shipped to the USA Navy yard where it was stored for sometime. Eventually it was sold to a governmental official, a director within the Central Intelligence Agency we were told. She was then sold to a gentleman from the San Pedro Yacht Club who refit her and sailed her in the Eastern Pacific for 10 years. She was then sold to someone on the US East coast who never sailed her. She was bought from him by the owners before us ( from here called PO) who had her refit at Bennett Brothers Yachts in Wilmington North Carolina in 1996-7 with new deck, rigging and electronics. We met her in Grenada where we befriended the PO and family. PO’s wife, we learned, had grown up just down the street from our home in Waterford, Michigan. PO was an electrical engineer who retired early from a Silicon valley start up company. PO helped me with electrical problems we were then having on our fresh out of charter Hunter 430. We knew the Hunter would not serve our needs of live-aboard cruising. Eventually we learned that PO was trading up and when we looked at the HR 49 we knew she had everything we would need to sail, live and work in the Caribbean or wherever. We moved aboard in April, 2001. We are the sixth and longest owner with 21 years onboard S/V Coram Deo. We have sailed from FL to Venezuela and Columbia and spent much time in the islands the Eastern Caribbean, the ABC islands and in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Island since 2014. We have hauled out during hurricane season in Puerto Rico, Antigua, Grenada and Trinidad. We have spent most of our years at anchor except when she was stored occasionally in a marina. We have done several significant refits over the years including converting the crew double berth to a proper office, converted the aft cabin from a double and single berth to one larger bunk with a small settee and additonal storage, replaced the original windscreen and added a full cockpit hardtop, replaced the Westerbeke generator with a Northern Light 6 KW, and in 2019 replaced the teak deck with 1/2′ Burmese teak providing for another good 20 years of service.
S/V Coram Deo has been a solid and comfortable home in the islands of the Caribbean for us for over 21 years. We have worked online on the boat from the Virgin Islands down thru all the Lesser Antilles to Venezuela using ‘Coram Deo’ as our base of operations. In the meantime, we enjoyed living on the sea and in these beautiful islands with a strong, dependable boat that has made comfortable living and traveling a pure joy. So for anyone who longs to get away from the chaos of this world and live at their own pace, whether continuing to do work via the internet or just enjoying the wonders of the Caribbean without the hassle of light weight and easily broken production boats and all the hassles that come with that, we suggest that an HR is a great choice. While HRs are not designed for their boat show appeal, this one is a masterpiece of fit and finish craftsmanship. But in the end her worth is made clear in her sea kindliness and comfort in blue water and her traditional beauty and comfort at anchor.