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The Rasmus 35 was designed by the leading Swedish designer of elegant yachts of the 1960s, Olle Enderlein. 760 boats were made between 1967 and 1978.The name "Rasmus" is German and means God of Winds. 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, while keeping with elegant lines. All these important basic points, together with timeless lines makes this yacht pleasing still today and she will also be as attractive in 10 or 20 or 30 years from now. In other words, this is a genuine Hallberg-Rassy.
Here’s an opportunity to own well built, strong bluewater cruiser at an affordable price. Even today, its balance of classic and innovative design turns heads. This is a go-anywhere boat. The shallow draft means you can tuck into the most protected Chesapeake Bay harbors or round the globe as many Rasmus owners have done.
Constructed with a solid fiberglass hull. All through hulls are solid bronze. There is a fiberglass deck with solid teak cap rail. There are teak hand-holds and solar powered dorades on the coach roof. Mounted on the transom are a stainless steel boarding ladder and removable dinghy davits. There is a cockpit locker to port and a second very larger and deep locker to starboard; a Hallberg-Rassy hard windscreen with dodger and bimini; pedestal and custom cockpit table. The cockpit sole has two heavy-duty opening hatches to the engine room providing near unlimited access to all serviceable sections for the engine.
Deck is fiberglass sandwich construction. One inch thick polyvinyl foam used throughout for strength and insulation.
Hull and deck completely joined by overlapping fibreglass laminate and a bulwark is formed of the deck and hull mouldings and is topped by a cap rail of solid teak. Hand rails, cap rails, cockpit comings, companionway hatch guides, sole in cockpit is made of solid selected Burma teak. The deck has a unique, easily-cleaned non-skid surface. Four 1” scuppers drain off deck water through underwater through-hulls. The self- draining cockpit has two 1 1/2 inch scuppers.
Fresh Water: 75
Forward cabin with V-berth. Head on port side followed by convertible U-shaped dinette.Hanging locker, galley and nav station on starboard side. Center cockpit has hard windscreen with dodger, plus full enclosure. Aft cabin is reached through cockpit access. Aft cabin contains storage and V-berth. All joinery is teak in good condition. Teak and holly cabin sole.