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  • Sold
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Hallberg-rassy / 352
  • 1988 / Used
  • 34'9" / 11'1"
  • 1988 Volvo Penta MD 2003T Turbo
  • 1280 hrs
  • Diesel

Cruisers 1988 Hallberg-Rassy 352

Off Market since Nov 24th 2022

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The WINDSONG II is a 1988 Hallberg-Rassy 352 center-cockpit cruising yacht as produced by the renowned Hallberg-Rassy AB of Sweden. Designed by Christoph Rassy Olle Enderlein, the HR 352 proved to be an exceptionally successful production model. The WINDSONG II is the 655th example built out of a total of 802 constructed from 1978 through 1991!

To further secure her offshore cruising credentials, the HR 352 also conforms to the modern CE Category "A", "Unlimited Ocean Voyaging" and the yacht was delivered with a Lloyd's Certificate of Hull Construction. In fact, the WINDSONG II has the Factory Option "Tall Rig" that certainly contributed to her winning her "Short-Handed" Division in the 2005 Marion to Bermuda Race which is a classic offshore sailing event known to all.

The WINDSONG II has had her teak overlay removed from the side decks. The non-skid surfaces are nicely-finished with a light gray AWLGRIP paint. The overall results are certainly outstanding and the liability is no longer extant for the eventual removal and refurbishment otherwise to face a potential Owner!

The WINDSONG II's electronics were all replaced in 2018 and include RAYMARINE's I70 Series performance navigation units as well as a ES97 Digital Chart Plotter QUANTUM Q24C Radar. The sail inventory includes a new DOYLE roller-furling genoa a NORTH mainsail. Her overall maintenance has been diligent and the VOLVO-PENTA 2003T just recently had her turbo unit replaced too. In addition, her interior cushions have all been replaced this year as well!

For clients who are inspired by the notion of the WINDSONG II. appointments for a viewing are urged. She's the only example for sale in North America at this time and, once she's "gone", it will probably be quite a wait for another HR 352 and especially presentable at this level of condition and equipage.


Hull Deck

  – The Hallberg-Rassy 352 was produced with a hand laid-up fiberglass hull. There are internal stringers cored with DIVINYCELL foam built-in for additional structural integrity. WHITE AWLGRIP Topsides (2002)
  – MARINE BLUE AWLGRIP Sheer stripe (2002)
  – DARK BLUE AWLGRIP Boot-top (2002)
  – Built-in rub strake w/ striker plate, bronze
  – Skeg rudder w/ 40mm (about 1-3/4") rudder shaft
  – Modified fin keel w/ "cutaway" underbody for reduced wetted surface drag, increased rudder efficiency protection for the yacht's running gear (prop shaft aperture)
  – Keel. iron ballast, encapsulated w/ fiberglass


The decks are cored with a DIVINYCELL high-density foam material for strength insulation.

The original teak decking was removed in 2012 the decks were refinished as noted below.

  – IVORY WHITE Gelcoat finish for the decks. coachroof cockpit areas
  – Contrasting GRAY non-skid finish for the side decks (note: 2012 custom work with AWLGRIP application for the de-teaked non-skid areas)
  – MARINE BLUE AWLGRIP for coachroof accent stripe (2002)
  – Deck / hull joint includes raised bulwark w. teak cap rails
  – (8) Stanchions, (4) per side, 26" high, stainless steel
  – (4) Scupper drains, 1"
  – (2) Grab rails, teak (note: mounted on raised fiberglass sections of the deck mold)
  – Bow pulpit, "Butterfly" style w/ provision for bow boarding, double-rail, stainless steel
  – Stern rail w/ boarding gate, double-rail, stainless steel
  – (4) Mooring cleats, 12"
  – (2) Mooring cleats, 10"
  – Bow anchor well
  – Cockpit storage locker, large (note: located starboard side)
  – Lazarette locker aft w/ solar ventilator


The cockpit area has the standard original Hallberg-Rassy teak overlay, 12mm (about 1/2") thickness.

  – Windshield, tempered glass w/ light alloy frames (note: mid-section does open)
  – Teak overlay for interior sections forward underneath the windshield area
  – Teak Companionway boards
  – (2) Cockpit drains, 1-1/2"
  – Teak decking for Cockpit (note: for seats area just aft of the Binnacle)
  – SOLIMAR Wheel steering, 30", stainless steel
  – SOLIMAR Binnacle w/ guard, stainless steel
  – Wheel brake
  – C. PLATH Venus binnacle compass (note: professionally serviced, 2016)


The Hallberg-Rassy 352 is produced with the HR-standard superb high-grade Mahogany interior joinery. It is hand-rubbed and with a satin varnish finish.

Interior Walk-Through

"Sleeps (7) in (3) cabins; V-berth forward with storage under shelves outboard; Head next aft to port with marine toilet, porcelain wash basin, hot and cold pressure water, and shower with teak grate; (2) hanging lockers opposite to starboard; Salon has "L" shaped settee to port straight settee to starboard; Shelves lockers outboard of settees; Large centerline drop-leaf table with storage; "U" shaped Galley aft to starboard; Forward-facing Nav Station with chart locker drawers opposite Galley to port; Passageway to Aft Cabin is to port and has a large top-loading icebox lockers; Aft Cabin has a double berth to starboard, a single berth to port, drawers shelves an escape hatch to deck.

The interior is hand-rubbed varnished mahogany with a varnished teak and holly sole. 6'3"+ headroom; Dark Blue fabric upholstery; Beige fabric curtains for all ports; Bright airy interior with (4) deck hatches, (8) opening ports (3) Dorade vents."

The WINDSONG II had her interior cushions replaced in 2020.

  – Headroom: 6'3"+ (1.89m)
  – Overhead finished w/ removable vinyl panels
  – Ceilings (sides of the hull) are insulated protected w/ finished Mahogany sections
  – Lockers are lined
  – Teak holly cabin sole (note: approx. 1" / 20mm thickness w/ carpeting on outboard sections w/ compound curves in the hull)
  – Centerline dinette table w/ (2) folding leaves
  – Curtains for all opening ports
  – Interior cushions, BLUE Fabric w/ 4" foam (note: new, 2020)
  – Lee-cloths for berths; (2) Aft Cabin (2) Salon
  – Cabin sole refinished varnished (2018)
  – (2) Brass oil lamps, gimballed (note: in Salon on main bulkhead forward, port starboard)
  – Ventilation(4) Deck hatches, AXHEDE HANSSEN (Sweden) w/ aluminum frames, opening; (1) Fore Cabin, (1) Head, (1) Salon (1) Aft Cabin
  – (2) Ventilators; solar (1) Head (1) for Lazarette locker
  – (2) Ventilators, Dorade-type on fiberglass boxes
  – (8) Opening ports (note: w/ curtains)


  – The Galley for the HR 352 is located in the Salon. starboard side aft.OPTIMIST Stove w/ oven, (2) burner, propane gimballed
  – Safety bar, stainless steel
  – Remote propane gas shut-off solenoid switch at Galley
  – MS-2 Remote Sensor / Sniffer for propane fume detection (note: panel at Galley)
  – (2) Ice chests, top-loading (note; (1) at the Galley w/ 21 USG / 80l capacity (1) smaller secondary on the port side just aft of the Nav Station)
  – FRIGOBOAT Refrigeration system, 12 VDC ( note: unit is not currently operating )
  – Galley sink, split type. stainless steel (note: measures 24" x 14")
  – Hot cold pressure water service
  – Fresh-water pump, manual w/ separate faucet SEAGULL water purification system


  – The HR 352 has a single Head is located forward, port side.Headroom: 6' (approx.)
  – Manual Head
  – Holding tank (note: capacity 16 USG / 60l
  – "Y" Valve for overboard discharge (note: where permitted)
  – Hot cold pressure water service
  – Shower, hand-held
  – Teak grating for shower area
  – Porcelain bowl for wash basin

Rig, Rigging, Winches Sails


The Hallberg-Rassy 352 was produced with the Factory Optional "Tall Rig" SELDEN MAST (of Sweden) silver-anodized aluminum mast boom with double spreaders. The rig is deck-stepped and the support is provided by the main transverse bulkhead and a large compression column below. She spar is provided with internal halyards.

  – Tall Rig Dimensions: I=50.28', J=13.30', P=45.48' E=13.80' (note: I=47.67' for Std Rig)
  – Sail Area (100% Main Fore Triangles): 630.8 sq / ft (Std Rig = 599.7 sq / ft)
  – Mast Height from DWL: 51.25' (note: without antennas and so forth)

Rigging Sail Management

  – Standing rigging: 1x19 wire, stainless steel approximately .64" / 8mm diameter
  – Chain plates set w/ main shroud w. forward aft lower shrouds
  – Boom vang, SELDEN rigid rod spring / oil type (note: new control lines, 2020)
  – PROFURL Roller-Furling (note: overhauled, 2018)
  – Running rigging; Main, Genoa Spinnaker halyards, Boom Topping Lift
  – Provision for 2nd forward halyard
  – Backstay adjuster, manual
  – Jiffy / Slab reefing system for mainsail (note: set up for (3) reefs)
  – Lazy-jacks for mainsail
  – (3) Flag halyards; (2) to port spreader, (1) to starboard spreader
  – Genoa tracks, inboard w/ (4) cars
  – Mainsheet traveler, RUTGERSON (Sweden)
  – Mainsheet System w/ HARKEN ball bearing car w/ HARKEN lower block RUTGERSON upper block assemblies, 8:1 purchase tackle (note: new lines, 2020)

Winches (LEWMAR)

  – (2) L-43 STC (2) speed Primary / Genoa sheet in Cockpit
  – (2) L-16 STC (2) speed halyard / line (note: installed on mast)
  – (1) L7 C (1) speed reef (note: installed on mast)


  – Mainsail, NORTH Dacron w/ (3) rows reef points (2004)
  – Mainsail cover, SUNBRELLA Dark Blue
  – Genoa, #2 135%, DOYLE SAILMAKERS Durasail w/ SUNBRELLA Blue tabling cover (all new, 2020)
  – Jib, 100%, Dacron "Heavy Weather"
  – Drifter, light-air, 170% (approx)


  – CommunicationVHF, STANDARD Horizon GX2200 Matrix AIS / GPS (note: new, 2016 the AIS data "receive only" is shown on the QUANTUM Radar display)


  – RAYMARINE I50 / I70 Package for AWI / WS (note: new, 2018 masthead unit replaced, late Fall 2018)
  – RAYMARINE I50 / I60 Package for Speed Log (new, 2018)


  – RAYMARINE ES97 HybridTouch Digital Chart Plotter / GPS, Wi-Fi w/ 9-inch screen (new, 2018 mounted in Cockpit, starboard side of Companionway entrance)
  – QUANTUM Radar, Q24C 18" (new, 2018), wired Wi-Fi (note: AIS data from the VHF does display the radome is mounted on mast w/ custom protective cage, stainless steel)
  – RAYMARINE I50 / I60 Package for Depth-Sounder (new, 2018)


  – RAYMARINE I70 Series Autopilot control (new, 2018)
  – RAYMARINE EV200 "Sailpack" Autopilot Course Computing Package (new, 2018)


  – Stereo, AM / FM w/ Bluetooth (4) speakers; (2) in Salon (2) in Cockpit



The HR 352 has both a 12 VDC Ship's Service 110 VAC Shore Power Systems

  – Batteries, (4) 12 VDC; (3) Ship's Service BG 24M Gel Cell (1) Engine Start BG 24 Gel Cell
  – (2) Battery circuit switches; (1) Ship's Service (1) Engine Start
  – Battery charger, XANTREX 40 AH (note: new, 2020)
  – Inverter, PROWATT 600
  – Engine alternator, 50 AH
  – Shore Power, 110 VAC w/ cord
  – Outlets, 110 VAC
  – (4) Outlets, 12 VDC (note: Head, Galley, Aft Cabin Cockpit)

Lighting, Interior

Total of (15) lights throughout:

  – (8) Reading lights; (4) Brass-finish units in Salon (new, 2020) (2) Fore Cabin (2) Aft Cabin
  – (3) Overhead lights (note: switch at Companionway for Salon light activation)
  – (1) Florescent light, Galley
  – (1) Florescent light, Engine Room

Lighting, Exterior

  – Nav lights, International
  – Masthead light, Tri-Color
  – Steaming light
  – Foredeck light


  – Fresh-water capacity: 79 USG / 300l (note: water in single fiberglass tank located in the keel area of the HR 352 w/ (2) removable access cover plates for inspection cleaning)
  – Water quantity gauge (note: located on panel at Nav Station)
  – (2) Bilge pumps, manual diaphram-type (note: installed in hanging locker aft of the Companionway 2nd unit in Cockpit, starboard side)
  – Bilge pump, electric / automatic w/ High Water Alarm
  – Bilge pump, engine-driven (note: separate hose installed for emergency pump via the VOLVO PENTA 2003T diesel engine raw water intake)
  – Shower sump pump, JABSCO Model 37202-2012 (new, 2017)
  – Pump, SHURFLO AquaKing II for pressure fresh-water system (new, 2020)
  – Hot water tank


  – ESPAR Diesel heater ( note: system not functioning noted as never used by this Owner )


The Hallberg-Rassy 352 is powered by a VOLVO-PENTA MD 2003T Turbo (3) cylinder fresh-water cooled marine diesel that is rated at 43 HP at 3,200 RPM's.Engine access provided through secure-bolted cockpit hatch (for possible removal) side panels aft

  – Engine hours: 1,280 (approx)
  – Fuel capacity: (2) tanks total 63.4 USG / 240l (note: (2) standard tanks (39.6 USG / 150l) main 23.8 USG / 90l reserve; 2nd tank installed under port side settee in Salon)
  – Single-lever throttle shift control (note: mounted on the Binnacle, starboard side)
  – Fuel gauge for main tank ( note: readout located in engine instrument panel but not currently functioning )
  – Separate pump, electric, to empty fuel tank(s) (note: if necessary for maintenance)
  – Strainer for raw (exterior) water intake for engine cooling system
  – Propeller shaft, 1-1/4" (30mm), stainless steel
  – Propeller, (3) blade, bronze (16" pitch x 15" diameter, left-hand turn)
  – RACOR fuel filter
  – Insulated engine room

Engine Maintenance

  – Turbo unit replaced, 2018
  – Exhaust mixing elbow replaced, 2018
  – Prop shaft seal replaced, 2019
  – Raw water pump (replaced, 2020)

Additional Inventory

  – Ground TackleCQR Plow anchor, 35# w/ 200' (60m) chain rode
  – DANFORTH HT anchor w/ chain rode
  – Anchor windlass SIMPSON LAWRENCE Spirit 1000, electric / manual (note: new motor 2016 remote control to cockpit, new 2018)


  – Dodger / Sprayhood, LIGHT GRAY fabric by ROSSY KAPPELL (note: producer for HALLBERG-RASSY AG, Sweden extends from windshield aft)
  – Compass cover, SUNBRELLA Dark Blue
  – Chart Plotter / GPS cover, SUNBRELLA Dark Blue


  – M.O.M. Safety (note: mounted on stern rail)
  – USCG gear (PFD's, horn, bell)
  – Fire extinguishers
  – Emergency tiller
  – (2) Lifeline tether attachment points, stainless steel (note: in Cockpit at Companionway Helm Station)
  – LIFESLING (note: mounted on stern rail, port side)
  – (4) Buoyant seat cushions, throwable


  – Dock lines fenders
  – Swim ladder, folding. stainless steel (note: mounted at transom)
  – Yacht ensign w/ teak jackstaff
  – Cockpit table, removable, varnished (note: stored in custom rack in Cockpit seat locker, starboard side)
  – Angle of Heel Indicator (note: installed in Cockpit)
  – WINDEX Spar-fly
  – (2) Drink holders for (2) glasses (ea) (note: installed on Binnacle guard
  – Outboard motor mount pad, teak (note: installed on stern rail starboard side)

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