Facts and Figures

Latest update 2017-06-13 (table adopted after Jerk Oldenburg (SY Vindela #27), thanks!)

Type Hallberg-Rassy 31 Monsun
Hull number 791
Designer Olle Enderlein
Construction Month/Year May 1980
LOA 9.82 m (incl. platform)
LWL 7.50 m
Width 2.87 m
Draft 1.40 m to 1.50 m
Deplacement 4.5 tonnes (empty wt 5.8 tonnes)
Material GRP sandwich, integrated iron long keel 1.9 tonnes
Rigg Masthead Sloop with 6mm stainless steel wiring stays, Selden mast 12.85 m high over deck, single reefing boom, Selden pneumatic boom kick
Sail area 39 m2
Engine Volvo Penta MD 11c with MB2-C gearbox, completely renovated 2006, 23 hp, freshwater cooled by Martec cooling system, 3-blade bronze propeller L15-12
Autopilot Raymarine Autohelm ST2000+ with Seatalk modular integration
Diesel tank 120 liters integrated in keel below cockpit and 50 liters spare, good for >300 nM cruising at 6 knots. 60 liters on deck
Fresh water tank 160 liters integrated plastic tank in forepeak hull, and 120 liters spare in carbuoys
Heating Wallas 1800 kerosene from 1980, airborne circulation system
Radar Raytheon Pathfinder 2kW radome in mast at 4.6m awl with Raymarine RL70CL+ plotter/readout (C-map charts)
AIS Comar CSB200 B-transponder, receiving at a 7NM range all ships with coordinates lat-long, speed and heading plotted directly on the sea chart. Sending signal at 10 seconds intervals.
Depth and speed logger Raymarine ST40 bidata with inside-hull depth transducer and mechanical wheel log in front of keel.
GPS Comar SLSR200, Garmin 38, Raystar 120 GPS antenna, and puck-type USB2.0 sensor
Wind instruments Raymarine ST40 wind with 400 mm integrated sensor on top of mast and a weather station connected to a Campbell Scientific CR10 datalogger for water and air temperature, windspeed and wind direction, online readout. Raymarine 40+ bidata.
VHF (Short-wave radio) Navship M-Tech SX35DSC with aerial in mast top (+13 m), Cobra handheld Modell HH475 FLT BT EU with 1, 3 and 6 W output and Bluetooth
Anchor peak original Bruce 23 lbs in anchor box with 30 m woven line 16 mm and 11 m chain 8 mm links. CQR 32 lbs in anchor roller with 8 mm chain and 14 mm line.
Anchor aft original Bruce 32 lbs in NOA holder on aft pulpit with 50 m line 14 mm, and 2 m chain 8 mm links
Wind vane self-steering Sailomat 760 from 2012, H-Servo-pendulum, connected to rudder via tiller
Solar panel Solarmare marine flex, on top of the hatch bay, 40W output, solar charger regulator/control unit. One 25W Solarmare panel on the aft antenna mast (detacheable)
Tracker device GSM-tracker installed
Battery charger on land-based system Ctek marine smart charger M200, 12V 15A (2017)
Refridgerator Isoterm ASU/SP 70 liter box w 280 g Freon a2 :(
Radio Pioneer with build in CD-player
Dinghy Classic Pioner 235 polyethylene plastic, double hulled, 2.42 m, 54 kg, stored on the cabin top forward of the mast
Ships computer Toshiba Portege R200 with SeaClear II plotter and Seatalk integration, NMEA talker and listener via USB2.0 ports, AIS via COM-port
Charge booster for batteries Sterling Power alternator to battery charger 12V 80A that uses the common alternator regulator to boost the charging of the batteries (2016) while running the engine
Sun screen bimini Vinyl canopy on aluminium frame, see special page on design

Isabell in port at Falsterbo marina, Southern Sweden, the most southwestern tip of the country

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Coming up out of the water in Karlskrona Sturkö October 2009