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Over The Edge
Hallberg Rassy 39
$279,000 USD
40ft 1in

The Hallberg-Rassy 39 is one of the yard’s most successful boats. Designed by German Frers, the center cockpit design enjoys beautiful lines, proven ocean passagemaking capability and an enormously comfortable interior. The cozy aft cabin provides the owner with a quiet getaway while the rest of the boat has ample space for the galley, navigation station and the rest of the crew. Fuel tankage and engine access are two important features for serious cruising, and the HR 39 has both. A genset and watermaker are two of the equipment highlights. Over The Edge has been exceptionally maintained and upgraded, and has lived its life in the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest. She is a great cruising platform for anyone wanting to step into Hallberg-Rassy quality.

Name of vessel Over The Edge
Model Hallberg Rassy 39
Year 2001
Builder Hallberg-Rassy
Designer German Frers
Price $279,000 USD
Location Poulsbo, Washington
Length (feet) 40
Beam (feet) 12.3
Draft (feet) 6.3
Displacement (pounds) 22000
Ballast (pounds) 9300
Engine model Volvo MD -22
Engine horsepower 57
Engine hours 185
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 119
Water tank capacity (gallons) 99
Holding tank capacity (gallons)


OVER THE EDGE has two enclosed cabins and one head, upgraded to an AirHead composting toilet, 9 gallon holding tank retained).  She sleeps up to 6 people comfortably with two in the forward cabin, two in the master aft cabin and two on the settees in the salon.  Headroom in the Salon is 6′ 4″.  The interior of OVER THE EDGE is satin finished mahogany with white overhead accented with mahogany staves, teak and holly sole, and patterned blue upholstery. A blue carpet protects the teak and holly floors and adds to the warmth of the interior. Beige curtains are on all ports and hatches. Ventilation is provided from ten opening ports, four opening hatches, dorade vents and five strategically placed low wattage fans. Reading, overhead, task and courtesy lights are well placed throughout the boat.

Starting forward is the guest stateroom with watertight forward bulkhead between the anchor locker and the stateroom. There is a V-berth with infill, cabinets above the berth to port, starboard and forward, and a vanity with locker over and outboard are aft and to starboard. A dressing seat with hanging locker outboard are in the passageway aft and to starboard of the head. Ceilings are covered with mahogany battens, and there is a large opening hatch and reading and overhead lights. Next aft to port is the head with easy to clean, white wipe down surfaces and includes a china sink with cabinets outboard and below, mirror on the forward bulkhead. The sink nozzle deploys as a handheld or bracket-mounted shower nozzle. A teak shower grate and shower curtain enable showering in this space. Airhead composting toilet with vent.

The main salon follows with an “L” shaped dinette to port and a straight settee to starboard. The drop leaf table comfortably seats six for supper. There are cabinets to port and starboard, outboard of the settee with lockers flanking bookshelves on both port and starboard sides. To port, the settee backs are bottom hinged and open to access storage. The starboard settee back hinges up and secures to make a wide sleeping berth and is fitted with a dedicated reading light. A brass ship’s clock, barometer, and gimballed lantern are mounted on the forward bulkhead.

The galley is to starboard of the companionway ladder. Counter tops are white laminate, and there are sliding door cabinets above and outboard the counter as well as louvered lockers and GE Microwave along the aft bulkhead. Additional drawers and lockers are below the counter. The Force Ten stove is situated in the middle of the outboard counter and the double stainless steel sink is located on the aft counter with both manual and pressure water faucets. The refrigerator box is on the outboard aft corner of the counter and a freezer box is located behind the navigation table. Both are Frigoboat units and can be used as either freezer or refrigerator.

The nav station is opposite the galley to port of the companionway stairs. The forward facing top opening nav table is large with plenty of room to layout charts. Instruments are mounted on the forward console and outboard the table with the electrical panel outboard the nav station upholstered seat.

Along the passageway to the aft stateroom there is a hanging locker and freezer with locker above to port and access to the engine room to starboard. The aft stateroom consists of an offset double berth with a memory foam mattress topper and contoured dressing settee to port. A large hanging locker is immediately forward of the the settee. Duffle bag storage is aft of the settee and lockers are located beneath the deck edge to port and starboard.

  • Sea and Symphony cockpit speakers
  • Boston Acoustics stereo speakers
  • Fusion MS-UD755 marine entertainment system/stereo, NEMA 2000 network w/BT
  • Fusion subwoofer & ADS speakers in cabinets
  • Chelsea brass ship’s chronometer
  • Chelsea brass ship’s barometer
  • Weems & Plath brass ship’s bulkhead mounted, gimbaling oil lantern
  • Lee cloths on port and starboard salon settee
  • Top opening bottle locker in salon table
  • (2) Throw pillows in salon
  • Mosquito screens for all hatches
  • Upgraded sprung mattress in aft stateroom
  • Double stainless steel sink with single lever faucet
  • Manual fresh water foot pump
  • Force Ten two burner stove with thermostatically controlled oven and broiler
  • Cover for stove
  • Xintex S-2A propane solenoid switch and alarm
  • GE 1.15 KW turntable microwave oven model#JE740GY010
  • Top opening refrigerator
  • Top opening freezer

Hull and Deck

The construction of OVER THE EDGE was certified by Germanischer Lloyd to Category A (unlimited ocean voyages) standards. The white hull with blue sheer and boot stripe is isophtalic gelcoat and isopolyester. Bottom paint is blue. The keel is an external lead casting bolted to a sloped fiberglass keel stub. The hull from the waterline up and deck are insulated with closed cell foam. The fiberglass decks, cockpit settees, and stern swim step are overlaid with teak and black rubber with teak caprail on raised bulwarks and teak handrails on the coach roof. The coachroof top has a molded-in non-skid surface. Pushpit and pulpit are stainless steel with double lifelines on stainless steel stanchions and gates amidships to port and starboard. The anchor roller accommodates two anchors. OVER THE EDGE  is fitted with a factory installed windshield with folding sprayhood dodger on. The sprayhood was replaced in 2014.  A new Bimini was added in 2014 as well.  The bimini convenient stows folded down forward of the windshield.  There are covers from the bimini and dodger. Cockpit seats and floor are covered with teak and a varnished cockpit table is fitted on the steering binnacle. On deck stowage is in three large lockers. Forward is a top opening chain locker with shelf and room for fenders, lines and other gear. The cockpit locker is best described as huge and located under the starboard settee. There is a deck locker located in the stern accessed by a hatch. The propane locker is on the starboard side deck. All lockers drain overboard. The swim step is fitted with a folding stainless steel swim ladder and hot/cold freshwater shower. A salt water washdown pump is also fitted with deck outlet and washdown hose.

  • Lewmar Ocean 1 12V electric anchor windlass with gypsy and capstan
  • 45# CQR anchor stored on bow roller
  • 200’ of chain rode with stainless steel swivel
  • Spare Fortress folding aluminum anchor
  • Extra bow roller
  • Deck saltwater wash down pump
  • Brass chafe strips on caprail at mooring cleats
  • Brass cap on molded in hull rub rail
  • Stainless steel transom mounted folding swim ladder
  • Double lifelines port and starboard with with side and stern boarding gates
  • Bow pulpit and stern pushpits
  • Granny bars at mast
  • Nova outboard lift and teak outboard storage bracket
  • (3) Large Lewmar Ocean Series hatches
  • Opening side window/port lights
  • Varnished teak flag and flagstaff
  • Boathook and storage clips
  • Windshield with opening center section and aluminum side grab rails
  • Cockpit sprayhood dodger mounted on top of windshield (new 2014)
  • Bimini (2014)
  • Topsider cockpit cushions
  • Varnished teak drop-leaf cockpit table
  • Teak cockpit grating
  • Jacklines
  • (2) Wichard folding “D” rings in cockpit for harness attachment
  • Wheel pedestal cover
  • Bottomsider cockpit cushions
  • West Marine 275 double hull aluminum rib (2016)
  • Mercury 9.9 hp 4 stroke  w/two fuel tanks (2016)
  • ePropulsion Spirit 1.03 hp electric  with charger (2018)

Electronics and Navigation

  • B & G Vulcan  3G Radar (2019) on manually leveling stainless steel stern pole
  • B & G Vulcan 9 w/ Navionics chartplotter bluetooth to mobile devices with cockpit mount
  • Vesper XB 8000 AIS class B transceiver (2018)
  • Simrad IS15 wind, speed, and depth displays over companionway in cockpit
  • Simrad IS15 multi display at nav station
  • Simrad-Robertson AP22 autopilot control head on steering pedestal
  • Simrad-Robertson AP20 control head over companionway in cockpit
  • Simrad-Robertson R3000X remote autopilot remote control
  • Simrad-Robertson HLD 350 hyldraulic autopilot connected to dedicated rudderpost arm
  • 12V outlet at steering pedestal and at stb outer chart table
  • Icom 710 SSB with automatic tuner and insulated backstay
  • SCC PC-II Pactor modem for single sideband
  • Icom M-502 VHF at nav station with steering pedestal RAM microphone
  • Nav station console mounted and engraved RS232 plugs for NEMA data and Pactor modem
  • Masthead VHF antenna
  • Masthead tricolor and anchor light
  • Steaming light, foredeck light, stern light, and side lights
  • Suunto compass mounted in steering pedestal with night light
  • Firdell blipper radar reflector mounted on mast


  • Fisher Panda 4kw genset in separate sound enclosure-255 hours
  • Magnum 2kw inverter/100amp charger with remote control panel
  • Newmar house bank battery monitor (volts, amps, amp-hours, time)
  • Analog DC voltmeter
  • Balmar 75 amp alternator with Maxcharge ARS-5  smart regulator
  • Balmar 15 amp echo charger for house to start bank charging
  •  (1) Group 31 gel cell start batter
  • Spare Alternator
  • Lifeline Group 31 Lifeline AGM house batteries 500 amp hours (2016)
  • Battery isolation switches and emergency house/start connect switch
  • Victron Energy  MPPT 75/15 solar charge controller
  • (2) Renogy 100 watt solar panels (not installed)
  • Full interior LED light upgrade
  • 50’ 30 amp shorepower cord
  • Smart Plug shorepower inlet
  • Galvanic isolator
  • 12V DC switch/breaker panel
  • 110V breaker panel
  • 110V and 12V outlets throughout


  • Volvo MD-22 naturally aspirated 57 hp diesel engine with 2210 hours
  • Remote oil filter mount for easy changes
  • Single lever shift/throttle control on steering pedestal
  • R & D Flex coupling on shaft
  • Three bladed feathering Max-prop
  • Spare three blade fixed propeller
  • New Ambassador rope-cutter ready for installation at next haulout
  • Volvo shaft seal (2017)
  • Fisher Panda 4000FC genset 255 hrs with saltaway flush system
  • Electric oil change pump for main engine and genset
  • Side Power 7hp 12V bow thruster with foot switch control with recent upgrade to a new 5 blade prop & Controller
  • 105 Gallons of diesel in two stainless steel tanks
  • Manual fuel tank drain pump
  • Electric fuel level gauge
  • Volvo primary fuel filter for engine and genset
  • 119 Gallon water in two stainless steel tanks
  • Spectra Santa Cruz12V 16gph watermaker with total dissolved solids meter/controller
  • Electric water tank level gauge
  • Pressure water pump and accumulator
  • Fresh water system level cartridge style filter
  • Manual fresh water foot pump at galley
  • Sigma hot water heater with engine and 110V elements
  • Hot/cold stern bathing shower
  • Stainless steel holding tank with gravity discharge overboard or deck pump out
  • Webasto Airtop 3500 diesel cabin heater ducted to all cabins

Rigging and Sails

  • Double spreader Selden anodized aluminum mast stepped on deck
  • Selden anodized aluminum boom with two reef sheaves and hooks
  • Selden Rodkicker boom vang with gas lifting spring
  • Selden Gennaker Bowspirt
  • Removable inner forestay with halyard, lead blocks and sheets
  • Selden anodized aluminum spinnaker pole stored on mast with topping lift and inboard end track and lift controls
  • Selden Furlex 300S jib furling/reefing with line led aft through sheet stopper and turning block to allow for cockpit winch operation
  • One Lewmar #8 ST reefing winch below boom gooseneck
  • Two Lewmar #40 ST halyard winches mounted on mast
  • Extra genoa halyard and spinnaker halyard
  • Extra mainsail halyard
  • Masthead Windex wind direction indicator
  • Lewmar genoa tracks with lead blocks and pullers led to cockpit
  • Turning blocks for jib sheets
  • (2) Lewmar 54 CST genoa sheet winches
  • (2) Lewmar 30 CST mainsheet winches
  • 3:1 Lewmar mainsheet traveler
  • Elvstrom full batten mainsail
  • Snap halyard bracket for securing spare halyards at mastbase trom full battened mainsail with three reef point
  • Selden low friction RCB track and cars for mainsail luff
  • North Sails Stack Pack style cover with integral lazy jacks
  • Mainsail preventer system
  • Port Townsend Sails-Hasse & Co. 135% genoa with UV cover and foam luff for reefing
  • Port Townsend Sails-Hasse & Co. storm staysail
  • Port Townsend Sails-Hasse & Co. storm trysail
  • Port Townsend Sails-Hasse & Co. cruising spinnaker on a Selden gennaker continuous line furler
  • Mainsail cover


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.







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