One owner only, very few hours, engine hours 350
Sails in very good condition
The HR 40 is characterized by the distinctive Hallberg-Rassy fixed windshield with integrated folding dodger. Teak decks, coamings, and caprails (on the bulwarks) are standard. The cockpit, with its high backrests and teak sole grating, is comfortable and seamanlike, but it isn’t overly large, which is a good thing from the standpoints of headroom below and safety on deck. The steering pedestal includes engine instruments, a single-lever control, and a varnished teak folding table. Raymarine ST60 instrumentation for depth, boat speed, and wind speed and direction is mounted above the companionway.
The deck-stepped double-spreader mast is supported by oversized standing rigging with double lower shrouds running to real chainplates on glassed-in bulkheads.
Electric in-mast roller furling mainsail
The genoa-track cars are adjustable from the cockpit. Sheets are handled by electric Lewmar No. 50 self-tailing winches. Halyards run to mast-mounted winches, bucking the trend to running them aft. The mainsheet, which runs from the end of the boom with only a 2:1 purchase, runs to Lewmar No. 30 self-tailing winches outboard of the helm.
The interior is varnished mahogany with nicely crafted curved laminations in both the trim and structural components. The teak-and-holly sole is carpeted for protection. The saloon has an L-shaped settee and a table to starboard, with either a settee/sea berth or two seagoing armchairs to port.
The galley has a two-burner propane stove/oven with a stainless-steel protective rail. Twelve-volt refrigeration is standard; a freezer is optional. Opposite the galley, the chart table has adequate space for electronic installations. Aft of the chart table is a large head, the only one aboard, which has a stall shower with a teak grating. All shower water is pumped directly overboard and never into the bilge. The stainless-steel holding tank has a gravity drain.
The starboard walk-through to the aft cabin has doors to a large engine space. However, better access to the forward part of the engine would facilitate belt changing. The aft cabin can be configured with full mattresses to port and starboard or as an island queen-size berth with access from both sides. A traditional V-berth is forward. Lewmar extruded-aluminum deck hatches and opening ports provide fine ventilation below. Locker ventilation from above is also excellent.
The 55-horsepower, 4-cylinder Volvo D2-55 diesel is installed with a 107-gallon fuel tank. The engine has a 60-amp alternator to charge the 62-amp-hour starting battery and two 140-amp-hour house batteries. Interior lighting is halogen for low electrical consumption.
Webasto diesel heating system.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.