‘Hallin Marine 2′ is now on the market to sell – in superb condition after a 16-month long full refurbishment in 2012/13 to prepare her for the Round GB Rowing race – she is fully equipped for her next Ocean adventure – with you?
Designed by Phil Morison and built in epoxy GRP foam sandwich by Rossiters Boatyard [Christchurch, Dorset] in 2008 – she has 3 successful ocean crossings to her name. For those crossings she was rowed with a two-man crew but for the Round GB Race last year she carried a 4-man crew and David has also sculled her on his own for over 350nms.
The boat has 2 sculling positions, a dagger board, two rudders, and a copper-epoxy antifouling to last 10+ years. Fully re-wired in 2013 with waterproof conduits/junction-boxes/switch panels. Fitted with two new AGM marine batteries, numerous solar panels, electric watermaker, protected autohelm system, active dual band radar reflector, Fuel cell, EPIRB, 2-way AIS, VHF radio, PLB, 3 x active MOB electronic distress marker beacons, 2 whip aerials, GPS and Sat phone aerial, carbon fibre sculling blades, 12 volt chargers, handheld GPS, 4-man Ocean liferaft, para anchor, droughes, anchors and cable, rode & recovery lines, lifejackets [with lights, hoods and crotch straps], harnesses, safety lines, safety jackstays, Offshore marine compass, Digital compass, Stainless Heads framework, Lewmar Ocean and Henderson hatches [all resealed and watertight], SOLAS grab bag, mooring lines, fenders, towing eyes and spliced recovery lines, twin-axel fully refurbished braked road trailer and light board, waterproof memory foam seat pads and sleeping mattress, led cabin and navigation lights, electronic and paper charts, dual level bilge pumps, tool kit, emergency damage control kit, plus a vast array of spare parts etc etc. There is also an unused shipping cradle on heavy duty castor wheels. Additionally, there is an extensive first aid kit for 4 people and much in-date dried vacuum packed expedition food. Most of the above equipment was new in 2012/13 and has only been used for a few weeks in total.
‘Hallin Marine 2′ was refurbished for a North Atlantic crossing [which never happened!] – so she is a very strong boat and her new equipment was fitted with an expectation of strong winds and high seas – this is a very seaworthy vessel which will look after you if treated correctly.
The sale price will be dependent on the equipment that is sold with the boat – if you are interested in viewing the boat and or want more details on the equipment/prices then please contact David using the form below.