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Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 - SOLD

£39,950 GBP

Beautiful looking example

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Lying: United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer / modelHallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 - SOLD
NameSummer Wind
DesignerOlle Enderlein
New or usedUsed
Price£39,950 GBP
Tax / VAT statusPaid / included
Price commentBeautiful looking example
LyingHamble, United Kingdom


Length overall10.50 m
Length waterline8.40 m
Beam3.05 m
Draft1.40 m
Displacement5,500 kg
KeelFull keel


Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 For Sale

Sorry, unfortunately this yacht is now SOLD

Do you have a similar yacht for sale? If so we are always seeking quality cruising yachts for active buyers, especially in the Solent and surrounding areas.

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We actually sold this yacht in the Autumn of last year (2020) to a young couple who planned to quit the rat race and sail off around the world. Unfortunately (or fortunately!) they have news that a new baby is on the way, so plans have had to be put on hold and they have reluctantly asked us to sell the yacht. As it was so recent we are using the photos, video and spec from the last sale but please be aware there may have been some minor changes since then, however due to lockdown the boat has been unused since the sale and remains on the hard where she was when purchased.

Manufactures description:

"The Rasmus 35 was designed by the leading Swedish designer of elegant yachts of the 1960s, Olle Enderlein. 760 boats were made during twelve years between 1967 and 1978. The name "Rasmus" is the God of Winds in Germany.

The design of the Rasmus 35 was in many ways ahead of its time. It was the first sailing yacht in the world with a windscreen. That made her centre cockpit very well protected, keeping with elegant lines. This is the blueprint for the Hallberg-Rassy concept."

Summer Wind looks to be a very fine example of these now timeless and classic yachts from Hallberg Rassy. A much loved and cherished yacht and in her previous ownership for twelve years, a health issue means she is now for sale and has had little use in the last two years

Full details are in the specification section but her highlights include:

New 58 HP Beta 60 engine - circa 2010
100 amp alternator on engine
Bow Thruster
Garmin Instruments
Garmin Autopilot
Vespar Marine AIS Transponder
Standard Horizon VHF with remote in cockpit
Remote anchor windlass operation (up and down)
Full cockpit enclosure

Lying: Hamble

Available to view by appointment, please contact John Rodriguez Yachts


Boat Name: Summer Wind

Make & Model: Hallberg Rassy 35 Rasmus

Year: 1978

Hull Material: GRP

Keel Type: Long, encapsulated

Length Overall: 10.5 metres

Length Over Waterline: 8.4 metres

Beam: 3.05 metres

Draft: 1.4 metres

Displacement: 5.5 tonnes

Fuel Tankage: 250 litres

Water Tankage: 240 litres

Engine Make and Model: Beta 60

Engine HP: 58 hp

Engine Hours: Less than 2000 hours (1972 hrs on 9 Sept 2018, laid up 2019 and 2020.)

Date Last Engine Service: Autumn 2020 (unused since)

Sail Drive or Shaft Drive: Shaft Drive

Age of Standing Rigging: More than 10 years

Date Last Antifouled: Autumn 2018, laid up since then


Number of Sleeping Cabins: 2

Number of Double Berths: 1

Number of Single Berths: 2

Additional Single Berths in Saloon: 0

Additional Double Berths in Saloon: 1

Number of Heads: 1

Galley Equipment:
Smev 3 burner gas stove with oven and grill, gimballed
Alde bubble leak tester above gas cylinders
Nereus gas alarm (with petrol sensor in cockpit locker)
Nereus control panel operates solenoid switch above gas cylinders
Seagull fresh water filter
Pressurised fresh water to sink (and heads)
Fridge 70 litres
Condenser with hull-mounted water cooling for the fridge (2015)

Genoa (circa 2010)
Mainsail (from Sanders 2015, used for 3 seasons)
Cruising chute (old)

Slab reefing, at the mast
Roller reefing for the genoa, Schaefer, from the cockpit
Lazy jacks

2 Lewmar 40 cockpit winches for genoa
2 Lewmar No. 1 mast winches for halyards
1 boom winch for reefing
2 jack stays (2008)

Kobra 2 anchor, 16kg
Chain 70 metres 8mm (2016)
Lofrans windlass
Spare anchor, 16kg, in cockpit locker
Spare rode part chain, part nylon rope

Bow thruster Vetus
3 bladed fixed propeller
Rope cutter

1 x 12v Varta 80Ah engine battery (2015)
2 x 12v Varta 140Ah domestic batteries (May 2015)
1 x 12v Varta 80Ah bow thruster battery (2015)
1 x 30a Victron Phoenix mains charger (2015)
1 x Victron battery isolator
Merlin Smartguage battery monitor
Shorepower connection and cable
100 amp alternator on main engine

Garmin NMEA 2000 network from masthead to chart table and cockpit
Garmin masthead wind sensor
Garmin GMI 10 wind display
Garmin GHC 20 autopilot display and control head (2014)
Garmin GHP 12 autopilot (2014)
Jefa LD100 autopilot drive under bunk in aft cabin (2014)
Raytheon ST60 depth sounder
Standard Horizon GX2100E VHF including AIS receiver (masthead aerial)
Standard Horizon RAM3/CMP30 remote vhf controller in cockpit
Vesper AIS transceiver with wifi (transmitting aerial on pushpit)
Echomax Active-XS Dual Band radar target enhancer at masthead

Fusion radio (MS-RA200) with connection to iphone etc music players
(Fusion remote in aft cabin is not connected)

Plastimo Rescue Sling
3 fire extinguishers

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs

Full length deck-protecting winter cover, stanchions removed


Summer Wind has been part of our family and fun for twelve years. Initially bought for a learner crew and in British weather, the protected cockpit with solid pilothouse and canvas extension is now an essential feature for any boat we sail. Can’t remember when I last wore oilskins on passage. In harbour, the cockpit can be used as part of the accommodation, even in gale conditions.

Lying: Hamble

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Due to the specialist nature of the yachts we sell, our yachts are not in one central location but berthed at their owner’s home port in different marinas along the UK South Coast. Therefore for private views, we will drive to the individual marina location to meet you at a pre-arranged day and time. Details of all vessels are offered in good faith. The correctness/accuracy of these particulars is not guaranteed and they do not constitute a part of any contract. We cannot guarantee nor warrant any vendor/third party supplied paperwork or vessel condition. A buyer is strongly advised to instruct his agents or marine surveyors to investigate such details as desired validated. All vessels offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. John Rodriguez Yachts is a trading name of John Rodriguez Yachts LLP Reg. No. OC416718 (England & Wales) Registered office C/O Connect Accounting, 15 Western Parade, Herts, UK, EN5 1AH. VAT No: 180730322. FCA FRN 676493

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