Sailing Yacht SEA BUNNY

Specification and layout

A broad-brush outline - more on following pages

Sea Bunny is a fairly conventional centre cockpit masthead sloop.  The Hallberg Rassy marque is well suited to long distance cruising.


GRP moulded hull and deck with encapsulated iron ballast in long fin keel, rudder supported by 3/4 length skeg. Sacrificial shoe fitted to lower part of keel and wire from keel to skeg. Teak covering on deck replaced 2009. All hatches replaced 1997. Topsides repainted 2016 (except blue stripe - 2012)

Coppercoat antifoul system applied 2012

Since her launch in 1985 this yacht has cruised extensively, including a previous full circumnavigation.

Extensive refits undertaken in 1997 (by previous owner), 2001, 2009 and 2012.

Underwater configuration

Underwater configuration - on the hard Vuda Point

Key facts


Builder: Hallberg-Rassy

Class: HR42 Sloop, Hull number 123

Designer: Rassy / Enderlein

Year: 1985

Construction: GRP

Type: Sailing Cruiser

Rig Bermudan sloop

Keel: Encapsulated long fin with protective outer shoe (fitted 2001)

LOA: 12.95m, (42'6")

LWL: 10.49m, (34'5")

Beam: 3.78m (12'5")

Draft: 2.1m (6'9") - as specification

2.3m (7'6") - in cruising trim

Masthead from WL 19.1m (62'8")

Displacement 11500kg - as specification

14500kg - in cruising trim (or maybe a bit more!)

Fuel: 350 Litres+120 litres in cans

Water: 700 litres

Engines: 1 x 57 HP, Volvo Penta MD22P diesel

Accommodation: 7 Berths in 3 Cabins


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Updated from St Gearge anchorage, Grenada 10 January 2017

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