Built in 2003, Well-Bread, hull number 190, is one exceptional Hallberg-Rassy 46. A freshwater boat since 2010,
lightly used as a day sailor or weekend boat, but has more than enough capability to go around the globe. Hauled
out each fall and kept in heated winter storage for 6 months each year. Continuously, professionally updated and
maintained, including 8 x 120Ah new Sonnenschein batteries in spring 2017, a new alternator in 2016, a new genoa
in 2015 and teak deck fully serviced in 2012.
Like all of her sisters she was built to sail the Northern Latitudes. Specifically built for shorthanded distance cruising,
she has a generator set, watermaker, additional diesel tank, Furuno and Simrad electronics, hydraulic in-mast and
genoa furling, a full enclosure and Webasto heaters for northern climate sailing.
This Hallberg-Rassy has an attractive three-cabin layout. The interior design is ideally suited for a couple or family
who want a boat that can go anywhere. Currently, there are no Hallberg-Rassy 46s on the market that are in the
GRP hull, built under supervision of Lloyd's Register of Shipping and certificated. Laid-up laminate construction of isophthalic gelcoat and isopolyester. Insulated above the waterline. Built in longitudinal stringers.
White hull with integrated rubbing strake and brass strip under blue decorative band. (new Micron antifouling on the hull)
GRP sandwich construction, 35mm for strength and insulation. Hull and deck completely joined by overlapping GRP laminate.
Teak laid decks and coachroof. Bulwark formed in the deck and hull mouldings and fitted with a solid capping in teak.
Ballast keel in lead with stainless steel bolts.
Rudder blade in GRP. Rudder main shaft diameter 80mm stainless steel. Heavy cast rudder fittings in bronze.
STERN DESIGN ‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.
Built under supervision by Germanischer Lloyd and is certified by Germanischer Lloyd and delivered with a CE certificate and a CE plaque for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).
2. DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
Bruce 75lb primary anchor with stainless steel swivel and 60m (200') 10mm chain. Forward drained locker for anchor chain and space for fenders. Double stainless steel bow rollers.
Lofrans Progress 2 electric anchor windlass operational from the bow or helm.
Double lifelines on seven pairs of stainless steel stanchions, total height 72cm. Gates amidships port and starboard. Opening pulpit and pushpit. Folding stainless steel bathing ladder on stern. Folding stainless steel boarding ladder for bow.
13 windows, twelve of which open. 5 skylights. Washboard system for main companionway.
Custom full cockpit enclosure. Shade covers for hard dodger windshield. Custom Sunbrella boom tent rain catchment system.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower at bathing platform. Saltwater/freshwater deck wash down pump with quick disconnect at mast.
Teak-laid cockpit seats and floor, protected by permanent windscreens in tempered glass in light alloy frames. The middle pane opens. Handholds on side panels. Hallberg Rassy hard doghouse. Instruments over companionway.
Highly varnished teak cockpit table fitted on pedestal.
GRP pedestal type. 100cm diameter stainless steel steering wheel with leather cover.
Stainless steel pole with arm for outboard lifting crane on starboard quarter.
Pulpit and pushpit. 2 x 40cm polished cleats forward and aft. 2 x 30cm cleats midships for spring lines. Fittings for spare tiller, genoa track, double travellers and double foot blocks. Brass rub strakes for all cleats and fender positions. Dorade vents. Stainless steel chainplates. Two aft hatch lockers for sails, lines, etc. One hatch locker for ‘dry’ items, such as cockpit cushions. Teak pushpit seats on aft rail port and starboard. Custom stainless steel arch for radar and dinghy davits with lifting tackle. Compartment starboard of the cockpit for two gas bottles. Flag staff.
3. RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST and RIGGING
Sails, rigging and canvas are intended to maximize crew comfort and safety while minimizing effort and crew size. Well-Bread is set-up to be handled easily by two with hydraulic Seldén in-mast furling mainsail, hydraulic Furlex genoa furler, electric winches for genoa sheets and mainsheet.
The mast is steeped on a base on the cabin top directly over a reinforced bulkhead.
The mast height is 68’.
Seldén mast with Furlex Hydraulic in-mast furler.
Seldén rod kicker with gas spring.
Furlex Hydraulic furler.
Genoa lead cars with line pullers led to cockpit.
Removable inner forestay with staysail halyard.
Adjustable lead cars for staysail sheets.
2 x electric Lewmar 64 CEST primary winches in cockpit.
1 x electric Lewmar 44 CEST mainsheet winch in cockpit.
1 x manual Lewmar 44 CST mainsheet winch in cockpit.
2 x manual Lewmar 44 CST halyard winches on mast.
1 x manual Lewmar 8 C on mast for spinnaker pole lift.
Spinnaker pole stowed on mast with heel lift and topping lift.
2 x spinnaker halyards with stoppers.
Wichard D-rings for attaching spare halyards.
2 x flag halyards.
Elvstrøm offshore furling mainsail.
Quantum 135% genoa (2015).
Elvstrøm storm trysail.
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon.
Interior joinery finished in Mahogany with satin finish.
The layout and accommodations in Well-Bread offer incredible comfort and functionality underway or docked.
Louvered cabinet doors throughout ensure proper ventilation for items stowed away. Handrails, companionway and hatch guides in solid Bangkok teak.
Teak soles with light inlays, varnished and with carpet.
Surfaces in galley in Arborite - colour ‘White’.
Head countertops in Corian – colour ‘White.
Ceiling is lined with vinyl panels. In the saloon, aft cabin and passageway vinyl panels have mahogany inlays.
Wooden inner frames for skylights.
Durable and beautiful upholstery throughout in a soft green colour with diamond pattern. All windows and hatches feature blinds or curtains and screens.
Clock and barometer.
FORWARD V-BERTH CABIN
Features a V-berth with infill piece to convert the two berths into one large double berth. Abundant storage, including cabinets above the berth, a locker and storage below the berths.
Diving tank air compressor is located under the berth on the port side.
Large bin storage for extra sails under the V-berth.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Located to port side across from the forward head and features two bunked berths, a hanging locker, cabinets, a large mirror and a bedside tabletop.
Plenty of storage space.
FORWARD HEAD/ SHOWER
Bright and airy this head is finished in easy to clean white laminates.
Corian countertop with washbasin, electric GPI protected outlets (110V and 220V), mirror with light, teak grating and an electric toilet. Stall shower with soap and shampoo dispensers. Floor is a formed GRP shower stall drained in a tube through a filter and pumped directly overboard. Opening window in the shower. Cupboard.
The salon features a settee/pilot berth to starboard with the large dining table and Lshaped settee to port.
Stereo, TV, DVD and CD entertainment system.
The navigation station is large, forward facing and located to port across from the galley. Featuring a large chart table with drawers and lockers, which houses the electronics and navigation equipment. Comfortable seating and storage under the seat and in drawers along side. There is a walk through passageway to the aft cabin with access to the large engine room and a unique custom locker for a laptop and printer. Electrics switchboard with circuit breakers and light diodes indicating circuits in use, is situated directly aft of the navigation table.
Designed to be functional whether at sea or at dockage. A space where the crew can safely function under any conditions with abundant handholds, well designed storage spaces, countertop fiddles, and excellent equipment. Breadboard. Abundant storage for dishes, silverware, pots and pans in drawers, cabinets, lockers, countertop and shelves. Opening porthole. SINKS Deep, double stainless steel sinks, featuring both pressure hot and cold water as well as salt and seawater foot pumps.
Force 10 gimballed 3-burner propane stove with oven and broiler. MICROWAVE Panasonic microwave oven.
Two top loading refrigerator/freezers with insulated, seawater cooled, 24V compressors (cold plate replaced 2015).
One unit is in the galley while the other is just behind the navigation station, convenient yet out of the traffic of the galley.
A very large engine room with easy access from inside the boat that is well ventilated and insulated for added soundproofing. Accessible from either a bolted hatch in the cockpit or from the passageway between the main and aft cabin.
Features a centre line queen sized bed, a dressing settee to port and an en suite head with separate stall shower to starboard. Abundant storage, including a hanging locker, drawers, shelves, cabinets, countertops and bulk storage areas below the berth and settee. The cabin is bright and airy with opening ports and hatch. Headroom in the aft cabin is 1.95m (6’5”).
EN SUITE HEAD/ SHOWER
Bright and airy and finished in easy to clean white laminate. Corian countertop with washbasin, electric GPI protected outlets (110V and 220V), mirror with light, teak grating and an electric toilet. Stall shower with soap and shampoo dispensers. Floor is a formed GRP shower stall drained in a tube through a filter and pumped directly overboard. Opening window in the shower. Cupboard.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Panasonic flat screen TV. Sony 6-disc CD and AM/FM stereo with speakers in the salon, aft cabin and cockpit.
Volvo Penta TAMD 31S 4-cylinder (100Hp/74kW) turbo diesel engine with hydraulic gearbox and flexible coupling (Turbo replaced in 2009).
New meter reads 1,500 hours at September 2017 (meter was replaced and owner estimates engine at 3,000 hours). PROPELLER Gori 3-bladed feathering propeller.
12V/60A alternator for engine circuit. 24V/80A alternator for general purpose.
Universal 11kW, 220V/50Hz generator set.
Estimated 600 hours at September 2017. BOWTHRUSTER Electric bowthruster.
Cardan links with roller and ball bearings. Single lever control for engine on steering pedestal.
Double heating system - 2 x Webasto Airtop 3500 diesel heaters with outlets in all cabins.
x 2 units – x 1 for master state room and x 1 for saloon and forward cabins.
WATERMAKER Spectra watermaker
7. TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
1,118 litres approximately (246 Imp gallons/295 US gallons) in stainless steel tank.
1,104 litres approximately (243 Imp gallons/291 US gallons) in stainless steel tank.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Tank meters for diesel and water and electrical outlets.
Hot water calorifier. Water is heated over the engine and stored in the 40 litres hot water calorifier and kept warm for 24 hours.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
All drains from the self-bailing cockpit, sinks, washbasins, etc., are of durable rubber or plastic material. Hoses in pressure system are glass fibre reinforced. All through hull fittings are provided with seacocks. All hose clips are stainless steel.
Tapered wood plugs secured to each through-hull fitting.
12V and 24V.
The electrical systems are designed to provide ample 12V and 24V direct current and 110V/60Hz power, whether the vessel is underway or connected to shore power in the USA, Europe or other planned destinations.
RINGMAIN 110V outlets within the navigation station, galley, saloon, heads and cabins. 12V outlets at the helm, navigation station and cockpit chart area.
BATTERIES 6 x 120Ah batteries for 24V house system (2017). 1 x 120Ah battery for 12V service (2017). 1 x 120Ah battery for engine start (2017).
Mastervolt 12V charger (25A/12V).
Mastervolt 50A, 24VDC/220V AC battery chargers with remote rate control.
Digital and Analogue metres for 24V and 12V batteries.
Mastervolt control panel for inverter and 24V house battery bank monitoring.
Mastervolt shorepower transformer (110V-220V) with selector switch.
Emergency start switch for paralleling 12V house and engine start batteries.
The Universal 11kW generator set or the large alternators installed on the main engine minimize the charge time and provide redundancy. The 360Ah house battery bank takes care of all major house loads and is 24V for efficiency. The 12V/120Ah house battery and service is provided for the stereo and other electronics that do not accept 24V.
Mastervolt 2500W/110V inverter.
Lighting has been upgraded to optimize functionality and efficiency.
Overhead lighting features efficient Alpenglow lights custom built to match the mahogany interior.
Reading lights upgraded to allow energy efficient bulbs to conserve power and still provide the necessary illumination.
Aft deck lights on arch. Foredeck light on mast.
International navigation lights.
9. NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Compass with light on steering pedestal.
Simrad speed, depth, wind and multi-function display instruments mounted above companionway. GPS Furuno and Garmin GPS receivers.
Furuno radar and chart plotter.
Furuno 4kW radome on Questus articulating backstay mount.
Whitlock Mamba automatic pilot drive.
ICOM VHF radio at navigation station and in cockpit.
ICOM M710RT single sideband radio with AT 130 auto tuner.
6-person liferaft in valise (needs to be serviced)
Blipper radar reflector mounted on mast.
Various electric pumps for water, sumps, fuel and bilges. Manual bilge pump. Electrical emergency bilge pump.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with rail mount. Lifesling with rail mounted plastic storage box. Boat hook with stowage on cabin top.
Propane solenoid/fume detector/alarm.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Diving tank air compressor located under the berth on the port side.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
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Inventory verified by the owner.
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In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.