The Monsun is Hallberg-Rassy's best-selling model, with over 900 built.
A Timeless, classic plastic, and the first GRP sailboat to enter a museum.
Lloyds specified for blue water cruising. Originally intended as entry-level weekender,
a number of unmodified Monsuns have circumnavigated. One 3 1/2 times! Everything about the boat -
from solid mahogany furniture and tempered glass fixed and opening ports, to her oversized deck
hardware and finely finished cabin mahogany - bespeaks the high standards of her Swedish builder.
Unlike many production models her size, the Monsun is truly a little yacht.
Halberg Rassy is a premier blue-water yacht builder.
Its signature glass windscreen, is unique for a yacht this size and provides superior visibility for both helmsman and guests.
"Coquina" sails like a dream and is very agile for a 31 foot, full-keel cruiser. Lightly enjoyed 20 years.
Owner downsizing, Coquina needs a new keeper.
Model: Monsun 31
USCG Documented No. 669183
Hull No. 228
Designer: Olle Enderlein
Waterline length: 24' 8"
Beam: 9' 5"
Draft: 4' 7"
Displacement: 9,250 lbs.
Ballast: 4,200 (encapsulated in keel)
Sail area: 370-420 sq. ft.
Volvo MD2B 2-cylinder 25 HP diesel (needs painting)
Parallel primary 15/100GPH fuel filters
Fuel consumption: about 0.35 GPH
Fuel capacity: 30 gallons (fiberglass tank)
Cutless bearing (2000)
Shaft and rudder post bearings fitted with grease cups for lubrication
Upper rudder bearing (2009)
Horizon VHF Radio
Raymarine Digital Depth sounder/Knot meter
Raymarine Bidata (Speed & Depth) Display
AM/FM/SiriusXM/CD stereo system
16# Bruce main anchor with chain/nylon rode (~250 feet)
22# Danforth storm anchor chain and nylon rode
Demand pressure water, galley/cockpit
Galley Whale Mk II foot pump at galley/head sinks (uninstalled, but Included)
Edson large-capacity manual cockpit bilge pump
Saltwater wash-down at cockpit w/house to anchor locker
Air Breeze wind turbine (2011) charges house and starter banks (needs repair)
Two group27 house/one group24 start, Trogan AGM batteries
ProMite three-bank battery charger
Helm Steering (easily removed for tiller steering)
Dinghy-Tow accommodates tender & motor underway
Top-Gun winter boom tent (2016)
Sails & rigging:
Serviceable main/genoa/spinnaker, like new furling storm headsail