My boat is now for sale!

 


As I am about to start a new chapter in my life with new challenges 
My boat, Aquarella is now for sale!

About the Monsun:
Designer Olle Enderlein
Hull length:    9.36 m / 30' 9"
Length water line:   7.50 m / 24'  8"
Beam:   2.87 m / 9' 5"
Draft:    1.40 m / 4' 7"
Displacement :   4 200 kg / 9 250 lbs
Keel weight:    1 900 kg / 4 200 lbs
Sail area with jib:    39 m² / 430 sq ft
Engine:   Yanmar: inboard diesel installed january 2000
kW / HP  17 / 28. Double diesel filters.
Diesel tank    120 litres / 32 US gallon
Water tank    160 litres / 43 US gallon
water taps in pantry for both fresh water and salt water.

    
    

About Aquarella:
Currently kept at a secure boatyard in Greece, she is a Hallberg Rassy Monsun from 1976 modified for the climate and special demands for sailing in the Mediterranean.
From the bow there's a retrofitted bowsprit which moved the original position of the forestay with furling genua forward about 70 cm. This made her easier on the tiller under sail. It also enables easier access to the boat with an integrated hinged ladder. The anchor is stowed under it. Theres an electric Lofrans anchor windlass with remote control. 
80 meters of galvanised anchor chain and a 16 kg CQR anchor.
Spinnaker pole and spinnaker halyard
Aft anchor (Brittany) mounted on pushpit with 40 m ankorolina.
The Monsun has a rolling boom, useful for reefing and stowing the mainsail.
Plastimo offshore liferaft for 6 persons. ( last service 2012)
5 solar panels, 2 on coach roof plus 3 on top of the bimini.
The aft part of the bimini is fixed for the season and only taken down in winter. The forward part can be easily dismantled when under way.
Hydraulic powered steering wheel. (had major service in 2020)
Radar ( Raytheon)
Raytheon ST6000 autopilot, connected to the radar and GPS.
Epirb (Mcmurdo)
self tacking jib rail.
Stainless steel handrail on coach roof and around sprayhood
stationary VHF
steps (fiberglass) on mast.
radar reflector.
fixed bathing ladder
Navtex for on-screen weather forcasts and emergency messages.
Echo sounder (Raytheon)
2 fire extinguishers
All lines and halyards extended to cockpit.
Extra skylight and 2 dorade box vents .
6 batteries 70 amp each. 4 of them new 2022
Eberspächer central heating ( not used since 2011)
Furling genua (Furlex) with new sacrificial UV strip
All wiring has been renewed by an electrician in 2004
In the pantry is an Origo gimballed spirit stove with two burners.
Water taps for both fresh and salt water
Cabin sole in teak laminate mounted by a boat builder. (instead of the original carpet)
Many spare parts, tools and manuals.


extra accessories:

Dinghy 2.3m ( only used 2 seasons) with new electric outboard motor which charges from the boat's solar panels.
2 fridges, Isotherm with compressors
Sewing machine for lighter sail repairs.
Pressure cooker
Extra mainsail and unused storm jib.
Boatsman’s chair.
Additional memory foam in bunks.
Reserve Bruce anchor and dinghy anchor.
Charts for most of the Med.

Aquarella has been well maintained and the engine serviced every year by a professional.


All equipment is in working order except the diesel tank which needs major service.
Also the remote control for anchor windlass needs mounting.
One of the mainsail’s top ring needs renewing.

contact Jonty at jonty@williamsandsmithells.com for price and more details.

A short presentation video about Aquarella
click here: https://youtu.be/c2RULt49Q4g
scroll down for more photos



The L shaped galley has a stainless steel sink with taps for both fressh water and sea water. Under the work bench is a cooler box connected to an Isotherm compressor. The gimballed  two burner Origo spirit stove hangs in a custom built stainless steel  compartment.




Under the floor between the forward two V berths are the hoses for fresh water from the 160 l tank. The through hull sea water ball valve for the head and protecting hose for the wiring from the through-hull echo sounder tranducer.
Mounted beside the navigation table are the controls for the 5 solar panels. The top left panel ( installed 2019) is designated for the dinghy engine battery. It can be programmed to give priority to this battery when needed.
The head (toilet) is a jabsco marine toilet with hand pump. The holding tank is hidden behind the locker on the  left. The wash basin slides out from under the lockers.
The toilet compartment is separated from the main cabin and forward stateroom by a sliding door on one side and a folding door on the other.
The table in the main cabin can be lowered to
create a double berth and the backrest can be lifted
for more space. Length of berths 2m.
Under all berths are radiators for the Eberspächer
waterborne heating system


Extra fridge Isotherm installed 2018


Starboard berth with backrest lifted.
The inside of the hull above all berths is paneled with mahogony.

starting the electric engine in dinghy

The dinghy battery is kept under the bench
while in use or charging



With the table folded up and the starboard berth backrest lifted there's
plenty of space for creative projects.

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