With a price reduction to 154K, Angele is a very good value!
Angele knows her way. Under former stewardship she was owned by John Neal, named Mahina Tiare II, and was used as an offshore training vessel sailing the oceans of the world. During her current ownership, she has been plying the Pacific NW with more than a dozen cruises up and down the Washington coast and into the Salish Sea. She is ketch rigged with easy sail handling and has the HR factory installed hard dodger. Her previous owners replaced the teak decks with Synthetic Tek Dek, which look great. No fussing over missing bungs here. Angele shows pride of ownership, and has been consistently upgraded and consistently maintained.
Between 1980 and 1991, 225 of these Olle Enderlein-designed Hallberg-Rassy 42s were built. Angele is hull #70. Their rugged construction and respectable passage speeds (long waterline and ample sail area) make them popular world cruising yachts. John Neal and Amanda Swan-Neal of Mahina Expeditions went around Cape Horn and to Antarctica on this very HR42. Many have circumnavigated. The flush deck, high freeboard hull offers plenty of interior volume with nicely balanced storage and living space. The low center cockpit provides great protection behind the glass windshield with hard dodger and full enclosure. The flush, uncluttered deck with raised caprails makes for easy movement and sailing handling in even the worst weather. Rugged, capable and elegant, this highly sought after Hallberg-Rassy yacht offers a wonderful local or world cruising sailboat at an affordable price.