The Hallberg-Rassy 352 is a very well regarded offshore and ocean cruising yacht, with centre cockpit, a comfortable interior with walk through access to the aft cabin, and good sailing ability. Construction quality is excellent, with very high quality interior joinery. This is a very well looked after example of these yachts, with a good inventory including chartplotter, radar, Webasto heating and a full "camper" cover for the cockpit.
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Over 800 Hallberg-Rassy 352s were built between 1978 and 1991, making it one of the most popular quality offshore cruisers ever. The design was by Christoph Rassy and Olle Enderlein. Hulls are solid GRP mouldings, built according to Lloyd's specifications, under personal supervision of Lloyd's surveyors. With a long encapsulated iron fin keel and skeg-hung rudder on heavy cast bronze fittings, the HR352 is very much a solid bluewater-capable yacht. The teak-laid decks are on a sandwich GRP moulding, the sandwich construction using polyvinyl cellular plastics as core material rather than the more common and cheaper balsa. The main water and fuel tanks are also fitted in the keel stub, improving stability, and the HR352s were all fitted with powerful Volvo diesels.
There were various minor changes to the design over the production period, the most significant being small increases in hull height in 1980 and again in 1986 to slightly increase headroom.
This yacht for sale is yard no 735, one of the later models from 1989, with the larger two-spreader "Scandinavia" rig, in this case with an vertically battened in-mast furling main.