The owner of "Freyja", a marine professional, is ready to sell her.
The $45,000 price reduction addresses the teak decks which still have some life. The Factory will replace the decks and cockpit teak for around $60,000. The comparable quality done in the Tampa Area will run approximately $80,000.
The interior pictures represent light use for a 17 year old boat.
"Freyja" is located at our office in St Petersburg, Florida, 30 minutes from the Tampa International Airport or 5 minutes from the Albert Whitted airport in downtown St Pete. She is available for courtesy showings 7 days a week.
Contact: Listing Broker, Doug Scott, direct at 727-642-9022.
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Freyja's spacious Interior is beautifully crafted in book-matched teak panels and solid teak (a factory upgrade). Accents include chrome reading lamps, chrome overhead halogen lighting, indirect valance lighting, custom interior beige curtains, teak and holly sole. As on all Hallberg-Rassys, storage abounds behind settees, in outboard lockers, and behind and under the easy chairs, settees, and berths...no space is wasted. Even bilge compartments are service coated to provide additional cool storage for bulk items. Tastefully appointed with attention to detail, one will find small features such as hull battens on scantlings in teak to provide full circulating airflow throughout the boat, as well as curtained opening ports and hatches. A Divnylcell hull insulated against heat and cold, generous amounts of light and fresh air, extra length berths, and HR's tradition of placing mechanical systems in the ventilated engine compartment that is insulated and isolated against heat, noise, and vibration.
Seldén over-sized s/s wire rigging with a removable cutter stay for heavy weather sailing that parks nicely at the base of the mast when not in use. Seldén double spreader rig; Seldén Furlex spars of anodized aluminum alloy; mast extrusion has separate internal wire conduits. Hasselfors turnbuckles of high quality stainless steel with aluminum sleeve protectors; jib and mainsail halyards; spinnaker pole mounted on face of mast with topping lift; flag halyards. Halyard winches: two Lewmar 44 CST self-tailing. One Lewmar 8C for lifting the spinnaker pole.
The mast features a Seldén hydraulic in-mast furler and is stepped on the coach roof with a solid laminated teak compression post that carries all compression loads directly through the cabin to the keel. This eliminates any possible mast compression of the cabin and mast leaks to the inside of the boat and it also facilitates the rig being stepped to clear bridges. The chain plates are secured to the insulated hull through angled guides so all in-line loads are straight throughout their length. Boom has two slab reef points; reef winch is a Lewmar 16 C.The boom is provided with a hydraulic outhaul and a Selden Rodkick w/gas spring (vang). Seldén Furling hydraulic headstay; Seldén Rodkick w/gas spring; Navtec A370A22 backstay tensioner. Winches: Lewmar 64CSTE Electric genoa sheet winches; 1-Lewmar 44 CSTE mainsheet winch. 1-Lewmar 44 CST mainsheet winch. Sail inventory: Genoa w/UV wrapper: North Sails-130% (New 2008)); Hard wind Jib - never used; Staysail-Scott Sails - near new - (for removable inner forestay); Main - Elvstrom Offshore-good; Elvstrom spare main (good)
Isophtalic gelcoat and isopolyester resins and fiberglass are used in the solid fiberglass lay-up below the waterline. Blue boot top is gelcoat. Inside the hull, heavy fiberglass transverse and longitudinal stringers are finished out in a service gelcoat to allow for additional storage in the bilge areas making it perfect for those extra provisions that need to remain cool. The keel ballast is lead with oversized stainless steel bolts. The rudder blade is constructed of heavy stainless steel frame webbing surrounded by fiberglass attached to the 80mm rudder shaft and the rudder is hung on extra heavy cast bronze fittings.
A heavy integral rubstrake built into the hull has a brass strike under the blue cove stripe. The hull, deck, and cabin top layup schedule includes the highest quality isopthalic gel coat, isopolyester resins, and additional layers of hand laid fiberglass cloth with additional reinforcement in areas of extra stress loads includes a layer of Divnylcell insulating cloth which forms a thermal insulating barrier to the inside of the boat. This assures that humidity; heat and cold are under control and won’t support mildew or mold. In addition, the inside of the hull is lined with battens offset to the hull with scantlings surrounding the interior of the hull providing additional airflow throughout the interior of the boat. The hull to deck joint is completely glassed over and forms a low bulwark. The hull and deck then become one large shell capable of withstanding tremendous loads and prevents joint leaks. The heavy bulkheads are also glassed into place prior to any interior joinery, machinery, tankage, etc. being installed.
Each of the yacht’s interior components and machinery are lowered down the companionway during initial construction. This assures a future owner that should it ever be necessary to remove or replace any items below it is easily accomplished The cockpit has a huge locker to starboard, which conveniently stows plenty of safety gear, folding dinghy, built-in hatch board storage, etc. The deck and cockpit each have four scuppers that drain deck water below the waterline to prevent hull staining. Teak decks are of the highest quality Bangkok teak screwed and glued as an overlay on a solid fiberglass and PVC foam deck to ensure against leaks.
Shorthanded sailing is easy in this modern cruiser. She is both high-pointing and fast, but also sea kindly. She is a boat that is made to go around the world or cruise local waters. There is space for all the modern comfort aids. Hull and deck are GRP, built under supervision of Lloyd's Register of Shipping. A Lloyd's certificate is supplied with each boat. The hull is insulated above the water line. Deck is GRP sandwich construction, 35mm for strength and insulation. The lead keel is attached with stainless steel bolts. The mast is stepped on a base on the cabin top directly over a reinforced bulk head. The cockpit is protected by permanent windscreens in tempered glass in light alloy frames. The middle pane opens. The Sprayhood in synthetic material with aluminum frames. Handrails, companionway, hatch guides, sole and seats in cockpit are all in solid Bangkok teak. The cabin is done in selected mahogany, hand-rubbed and treated to a silk smooth finish. "Freyja" has upgraded teak interior. The seagoing galley is so arranged that one can work safely even in heavy seas, and has deep, double sinks and a well-insulated icebox.
101 16th Avenue S Suite 2
St. Petersburg, FL 33704