OverStreet | Hallberg-Rassy 53' 2000

Grenada, East Caribbean

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Yacht Name: OverStreet
Builder: Hallberg-Rassy
Year: 2000
Location: Grenada, East Caribbean
Designer: German Frers
Hull Material: Fiberglass

David Walters Yachts had the privilege of selling OVERSTREET 6 years ago.  It’s not often we sell yachts that come back so well improved. The current owners literally provided me a log starting with their purchase up through today. So often you see a log with great enthusiasm starting at purchase but by month 6 or 7 the owner loses interest and years later just a blank log exists. How often do you come across a yachts like that? “All you Cruisers asking for a service log… here she is.” Don’t postpone seeing her because she won’t be available long. A little bit about the Hallberg Rassy 53.  It just may be the best Cruising Yacht ever built in this size range.  Consider their signature engine room, with enough space to get inside and do routine maintenance.  The floor of the HR53 is completely flat… no steps up or down. Consider this when offshore in 8-10 foot seas making your way through the salon into the forward or aft cabin. Plenty  of hand holds to keep you safe while moving throughout the interior. The HR 53 is a functional, well-built, safe Blue Water Cruiser. The beautiful interior includes comfortable chairs with arm supports adjacent to the salon table providing real comfort and support for reading or just relaxing. A well  laid out galley and salon for entertaining. Currently the third cabin is being utilized as a work room. The berth and wood frame are available to reinstall returning it to a three cabins layout. The aft owners cabins is large with incredible storage and the VIP cabin forward is second to none.

OVERSTREET is lying Granada, held in a single asset corporation with a BVI Flag. Start your cruising in the beautiful Caribbean well below the Hurricane routes. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase an incredibly well kept yacht. She is truly ready for her next adventure. Call me for details and scheduling a showing.


Length: 53'
Draft: 7' 6
Water Tank Capacity: 270 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 225 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: TAMD 41 B HD
Power: 145 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2078 Hours


  • Extensive ongoing maintenance and equipment upgrades – records and lists available
  • Custom 366 stainless stern arch with dinghy lift cantilever design allows dinghy to store further forward and includes antenna farm
  • Two 315-Watt solar panels on the arch and 60 amp MPPT charge controller with temperature sensor and digital remote (2015)
  • Underdeck hydraulic hoses for all sail furling systems replaced 2019
  • Cockpit cushions much denser, higher quality foam than originals. Bright/nautical Sunbrella
  • 440 Amp hour 24v AGM house batteries 2018
  • 110 Amp hour12v AGM start batteries, 220 amp hours of 12v AGM house batteries (2016)
  • Watermaker extensively serviced 2017
  • Sidepower 10hp bowthruster updated with new gearbox (sealed unit) and 5-blade propellers
  • Yamaha Enduro 15 hp outboard motor and AB 9.5 dinghy
  • Scuba compressor (one of the most expensive available)
  • Spectacular HR interdirect LED lighting in all cabins except work shop (workroom lights available)
  • An inventory of more than 300 spare parts and equipment items. A detailed maintenance log, equipment source list, a comprehensive reference list and all operating manuals.
  • Dual autopilots: one with double Raymarine rams and second Lewmar/Whitlock with rotary drive
  • Comprehensive reference and operating manuals


Interior Accommodations

The Hallberg-Rassy's exquisite satin varnished mahogany interiors reflect the quality offered by one of the world's premier builders. OverStreet is one of the most customized examples with walk-in workshop, extraordinary storage and teak and holly cabin soles throughout. The large machinery area is exceptionally well done as are all the systems installations

OverStreet accommodates four people in two double cabins, a V berth forward and a master aft.  A second forward guest cabin, to starboard, has been converted into a work room, and could be changed back to a guest cabin to sleep two additional guests.  Across the corridor is the guest/day head.

From the forward cabins, a short corridor leads to the roomy, airy salon.  The U shaped galley is aft of the salon to starboard, adjacent to the companionway.  On the port side of the companionway is the forward facing nav station.  Aft of the nav station is access to the master stateroom.


Interior Styling & Features

  • Handcrafted furniture grade interior joinery and cabinets with beveled trim and louvered doors with automatic LED interior lighting for proper ventilation and attractive good looks.
  • Locker interiors finished with teak
  • Custom upholstery throughout
  • Custom curtains for hull portlights
  • Shades and screens for deck hatches
  • Well positioned handrails and handholds integrated throughout the yacht for safe movement throughout the interior while underway
  • Lee clothes for each berth and salon settee
  • Custom bookshelves in the passageway and aft cabin


Main Salon

  • L-Shaped 7’ 6” settee with deep seatbacks and high backrests. The seats and backrests are hinged, enabling access to the large storage areas underneath and behind.
  • Hallberg-Rassy Signature Captain’s chairs to port. The chairs hinge forward enabling additional storage underneath. Between the chairs is a bank of two drawers, stereo controls, and a glass faced double door cabinet. On the topside of the drawers and cabinet is a fiddled surface.
  • Flanking the chairs on either side, is an additional fiddled shelf and brass reading lamps.
  • Solid teak double leaf salon table with an 18 bottle wine locker in the center
  • Adjacent to the port main bulkhead an additional 15 bottle wine locker
  • Chelsea clock on the forward bulkhead
  • Five opening portlights with curtains, an overhead deck hatch with sunshade and sunscreen, 2 dorades, 2 hella fans provide generous light and ventilation


Forward Stateroom

  • V-Berth with split innerspring mattresses (recovered 2019)
  • Louvered cabinets with beveled edges above and outboard of the berth
  • Tall hanging locker to port and locker to starboard with fiddled topside.
  • Two overhead deck hatches with sunshades and sunscreens
  • Under the forward berth is a compartment with a dive compressor. A Bauer Junior II scuba compressor is installed but is presently decommissioned.
  • LED reading lights and 2 Hella fans


Forward Head

  • White Formica finish for easy cleanup
  • Electric flush toilet (new motor 2019)
  • Separate stall shower with dedicated sump
  • Combination washer/dryer - decommissioned/not working
  • Two opening portlights and dorade for natural ventilation
  • Single basin sink with Corian countertop
  • Single cabinet below and double cabinet above the countertop
  • Teak floor grate
  • Mirror mounted to the forward bulkhead


Master Stateroom

  • Large centerline king berth with custom split innerspring mattress (recovered 2019) and upholstered sideboards
  • Double settee with removable cushions and seatbacks allowing additional storage behind and beneath
  • Bank of four deep drawers below the foot of the berth
  • Narrow locker with sliding door above the berth - perfect for spare charts, includes extensive East Caribbean, Greater Antilles and south Florida charts, as well as western Europe and Great Britain charts
  • Abundance of louvered cabinets and fiddled shelving
  • Large hanging lockers with louvered doors
  • Custom cabinet with fiddled shelf and full size mirror on the forward bulkhead
  • Overhead opening deck hatch with sunshade and screen, three opening portlights and two dorades for natural ventilation
  • Two brass reading lamps on the aft bulkhead
  • Two ceiling mounted Hella fans on either side of the berth



  • U-Shaped galley with a double basin sink and white Corian countertops with teak fiddles with handholds
  • Frigoboat 24 volt DC refrigeration with a Danfoss Noiseless BD35 squash plate compressor.
  • The freezer has evaporators on all 4-sides and a Danfoss DB50 compressor with a 2-way heat exchanger, in the water tank as well as forced air, for efficient operation. (currently only runs on forced air)
  • Force 10 LPG 3-burner stainless steel gimbaled stove with oven and broiler
  • Electric LPG solenoid and fume detector
  • Stainless steel safety bar
  • Teak spice rack
  • Pullout cutting board
  • Pullout rubbish bin
  • Abundant over counter cabinetry for flatware and galleyware
  • Large dry storage locker with three shelves
  • Dedicated Seagull faucet for filtered drinking water
  • Fresh and saltwater manual faucets with foot pumps
  • Bank of five drawers
  • Cookery drawer below the oven
  • Magma Catalina BBQ with 6lb aluminum propane tank mounted on stern arch pushpit 


Aft Head

  • White Formica finish for easy cleanup
  • Electric flush toilet
  • Separate stall shower with dedicated sump
  • Opening portlight for natural ventilation
  • Single basin sink with Corian countertop
  • Double cabinets above and below the countertop
  • Teak floor grate



  • Full length workbench with vice
  • Shelving with teak slats on the fore and aft bulkhead, as well as outboard of the workbench.
  • Louvered cabinets outboard and below the workbench with lots of storage space for spare parts and tools.
  • Extensive spare parts, full inventory available on request
  • Can be converted back to a single bunk guest cabin, berth cushion & frame available
  • Two opening portlights, a deck hatch, a Hella fan and dorade for natural ventilation


Navigation & Communication

Navigation Station

Forward facing navigators’ station with chart table featuring folding top with storage inside, fiddles with integrated handholds, bank of five drawers, and louvered cabinets below. Radio equipment, including the VHF and SSB with Pactor modem are mounted on shelves adjacent to the instrument panel with chartplotter and sailing instruments. Outboard is the DC electrical distribution panel as well as gauges for monitoring the fuel and water tanks and the electrical system. Brass navigation lamp with red led bulb.

Electronics and Equipment at the Navigators Station:

  • Raymarine C95 9” color chartplotter with built-in GPS (2014)
  • Raymarine AIS650 Class B AIS transceiver with separate antenna at the arch (2014)
  • Raymarine ST60 tridata, compass, and multifunction display
  • Raymarine GPS RS130 receiver
  • ICom IC-M802 single sideband radio with Pactor III modem (2014)
  • ICom IC-506 VHF radio (2020) with DSC Pacific amplified antenna at the masthead (serviced 2020)
  • Rouge Pro WiFi extender and Linksys router (2015)


Electronics and Equipment in the Cockpit:

  • Raymarine C125 12” color chartplotter with built-in GPS (2014)
  • Two ST60 multifunction displays, and ST60 Speed, ST60 Wind, ST60 Depth, ST60 Compass displays
  • VHF Command Mic (2020)
  • Two ST 7000+ Autopilot controls, one for each independent autopilot system
  • Suunto Binnacle Compass

Additional Equipment

  • 2 independent/redundant autopilot systems:  Ray Marine ST7000+ autopilot (one rebuilt 2019) with 2 independent rams and a Lewmar/Whitlock rotary drive Mamba autopilot (serviced 2019). Two Raymarine autopilot computers, flux compasses, and control heads
  • Two SSB grounding plates
  • Pioneer Radio & Pioneer CD player, with 4 main salon speakers, 2 cockpit speakers


Construction and Key Features of The Hull & Deck

Hull and Deck Construction

The hull is solid fiberglass (GRP) built with longitudinal and athwartship stringers. Lead keel is bolted on with 17 stainless steel keelboats, the rudder is GRP and rudder shaft is 80 mm stainless steel. Heavy cast bronze rudder fittings. Hull and deck joined by overlapping GRP laminate.  White GRP sandwich deck construction, 35mm thick for strength and insulation.

OverStreet's hull was re-gel coated in 2005 with UV inhibiter which was not available until 2004 and the boot stripe was re-gel coated in 2009.  Waterline repainted in 2009.

The deck has a deep offshore cockpit with teak floor grating and large starboard cockpit locker, the foredeck has access to the chain locker, stainless chain stocks itself.

  • Custom teak rubrail with brass striker plate
  • Deck scuppers drain under waterline to keep hull clean
  • Teak decking and coach roof epoxied to fiberglass
  • Teak handrails and seats
  • Double lifelines on 7 pairs of stainless stanchions
  • 2 opening side gates amidships, port and starboard
  • Full length teak grabrails on deck
  • Mahogany and teak ledges at spray hood
  • Open, European type bow pulpit
  • Open, European type stern pulpit
  • Outboard bracket on stern pulpit
  • Outboard, starboard side locker with  2 aluminum 10lb propane tanks and passage storage for  6lb aluminum BBQ tank
  • Skylight hatches fitted with custom screens and sliding blinds
  • Stainless steel dorade guards
  • Stainless steel grab rails at swim platform
  • Integrated shower/swim platform on transom with stainless steel ladder
  • 2 hatches aft for covering huge lazarette locker
  • 2 sets of companionway hatches, 1 set louvered, 1 set solid
  • 5 x skylights
  • 7 x dorade vents
  • All skylight hatches opening to the wind
  • 14 opening ports, 1 fixed port
  • Custom stainless steel stern posts, arch for 630 watt solar installation, antennae array and cantilevered dinghy davits.  Includes dinghy outboard hoist and southward mounting bracket
  • Custom stern rail seats

Anchoring and Mooring

  • Forward anchor/chain locker self-draining with storage for snubbers, wraps and other ground tackle gear
  • Stainless steel double bow roller (new custom bow rollers 2019)
  • Rocna 88lb primary anchor with 260’ of 12 mm stainless steel chain
  • Bruce 66lb secondary anchor
  • Anchor signal ball
  • 2 Fortress FX-55 anchors and 1 one hundred pound fisherman’s anchor
  • Two long nylon lines for anchor warps or towing (522ft 1.25” single braid, 298ft 1.125” 3-strand)
  • Lofrans anchor windlass with bow and cockpit controls
  • Dedicated bow compartment for the windlass motor ensure the components remain dry when launching and recovering the ground tackle
  • Brass striker plates on mooring and spring cleats
  • Oversized mooring cleats at bow, stern and amidships
  • Four boat hooks, 2 are telescopic 
  • Eight fenders
  • Dock lines

Helm Station and Cockpit Controls

  • Genoa furling in/out push-buttons
  • Staysail furling in/out push-buttons
  • Main furling in/out push-buttons
  • Outhaul furling in/out push-buttons
  • Autopilot selector
  • Bow thruster controls
  • Navtec polished stainless steel control panel for hydraulic backstay and boom vang (serviced 2017)
  • Emergency bilge switch panel
  • Windlass controls

Cockpit Features

  • Integrated teak grating in cockpit
  • Teak cockpit seats and cockpit floor
  • LED lamps in boom over cockpit
  • Large dry-locker in cockpit (can even hold bicycles) containing extensive spare cordage and sheets
  • Leather wheel cover
  • Double leaf varnished teak cockpit table
  • Foldaway step for added visibility from helm


Rigging & Sails

Mast and Rigging

  • Selden stowaway furling silver anodized aluminum mast, two spreader
  • Furlex (Selden) hydraulic mainsail furler (new lower bearing 2014) and outhaul (rebuilt 2012), genoa furler and staysail furler. All underdeck hydraulic hoses replaced 2019
  • Standing rigging replaced in 2005
  • Mast steps at base of mast and 6' from top of mast
  • Dutchman boom brake
  • All sail handling is from the cockpit. New spare sheets for genoa and staysail.
  • Twin spinnaker pole tracks
  • Two Forespar carbon fiber spinnaker poles (1 fixed, 1 telescoping)
  • Variable genoa and cutter track car
  • Second jib halyard
  • Running backstays replaced 2009
  • Stainless steel chain plates
  • Stainless steel mast guards/granny bars
  • Stainless rigging screws with protection tubes in silver anodized aluminum
  • Hasselfors aluminum tubes over turnbuckles
  • Flag halyards
  • Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner, rebuilt in 2014
  • Navtec boom vang, rebuilt 2009
  • LED photoelectric anchor light
  • LED decklights on mast and stern arch
  • All navigation lighting upgraded to LED


  • 2 electric #66 primary winches
  • 1 electric #44 secondary winch
  • 1 manual #44 secondary winch
  • 3 #44 winches at mast
  • 2 #8 winches at mast


  • Hood Vectran furling main with vertical battens, 2008 - fair/good
  • Hood Vectran high aspect furling jib, 2008 - fair/good
  • Elvstrom furling staysail sail - fair/good
  • Hood Vectran 130% furling genoa (like new, never used)
  • Hood MPG Bi-radial (like new, never used) with Top Reef furling system
  • Hood storm staysail, in 10oz. International Orange (never used)
  • Hood storm trysail, in 10oz. International Orange (never used)



  • Large light colored Sunbrella-plus Bimini with stainless steel frame (2017) and vinyl window for viewing sails. A canvas flap over the window protects against the sun when in place.
  • Textoline extension to aft end of Bimini preventing late afternoon sun from heating up the cockpit.
  • Sunbrella canvas extension to aft end of Bimini (2018) for sun and rain protection of aft hatch, acts as windscoop for aft cabin.
  • Sunbrella canvas extension to forward end of Bimini (2018) for sun and rain protection of main cabin top and hatch
  • Custom cockpit cushions (2005), much denser, higher quality foam than originals. Bright/nautical Sunbrella colors. Removable and wash very easily.
  • Dodger
  • Sunbrella cover for helm and pedestal
  • Bow to stern canvas cover



Engine and Mechanical Systems

  • Volvo Penta TAMD 41B HD 145 HP with 2,078 hours as of Aug. 1, 2020
  • Range is approximately 1,600 NM making 8.5 knots at 1,600 RPM
  • Engine mounted on elastomeric mounts with elastomeric filled engine beds
  • Aquadrive Vibrationless shaft coupling
  • PSS dripless shaft seal (2020), new cutlass bearing (2020)
  • Dual mufflers with underwater raw water release
  • Sidepower 10hp bowthruster with 5-blade propellers
  • Enclosed engine room with excellent walk around access to machinery
  • 3 zone reverse cycle air conditioning (Cruisair) runs either off generator or shore power
  • F.E.I.T. PVM 0.2 Electric - 22 gallons per minute bilge pump
  • 1 Jabsco 30260- 4000 gallon per hour electric bilge pump
  • 2 manual bilge pumps - Amazon Warrior @ 30 gallons per minute - one operable from cockpit (World ARC requirement) and other from aft companionway 
  • Reverso oil change pump
  • Whitlock direct shaft drive steering, reduction gear box replaced 2020
  • Max Prop 3-blade folding propeller installed
  • Gori folding prop and a fixed 3-blade propeller as spares
  • ENWA 135 liter per hr (35.66 gallons), electrically 110 volt driven watermaker, membranes and end caps replaced 2017, Catpumps high pressure pump rebuilt 2017, lift pump replaced 2016
  • 2 electric heads, macerator motors replaced 2014 (aft head) and 2020 (forward head)
  • Stainless steel shaft

Plumbing and Tankage

  • Fuel polishing system, using Walbro Pump and 2 Racor filters
  • 270 gallons of water in single tank (serviced 2016)
  • 317 gallons diesel in 2-tanks with electric transfer pump
  • Two 25 gallon holding tanks
  • Main freshwater pump is variable speed high capacity (rebuilt 2020) with 1 micron whole house filter
  • Hot and cold pressure water in galley, heads and cockpit
  • Calorifier 25 gallon electric hot water heater and engine heated hot water system

Electrical System

Impressive hinged DC Breaker panel with DC battery 12 and 24 volt, water and fuel tank level gauges.  Also, readout gauge for exterior navigation lights in use. Equally impressive 110 and 220 control and breaker panels.

  • Westerbeke 8 kw 110 volt generator (3736 hours – Aug 2020) with Sound Guard
  • Two Canadian Solar CS6X-315P 315-Watt solar panels on the arch and Morningstar TriStar TS-MPPT-60 charge controller with temperature sensor and digital remote (2015)
  • Four Full River Group 4D 210 amp deep cycle AGM batteries (2018) for the 24 volt bank
  • Four Optima Group 34 55 amp AGM batteries for the 12 volt bank (2016)
  • Two Optima Group 34 55 amp AGM batteries for the starting batteries,isolated (2016)
  • 110 volt and 220 volt AC Electric Systems (60 cycle)
  • 12 volt and 24 volt DC Electric System
  • 35 amp 12 volt and 30 amp 24 volt alternators on generator
  • 135 amp 24 volt (2020) and 100 amp 12 volt (serviced 2020) alternators on main engine
  • Balmar MC624 regulator (2020) for 135 amp alternator
  • 30 amp 220 volt 50 Hertz input with shore cord
  • 50 amp 125/250 volt 60 Hertz with shore cord
  • Guest 50 amp isolation system
  • Freedom 25 charger/inverter Heart interface charging at 65 amps 24 volt, inverter 2500 VA output
  • Heart Interface Link 2000 control at monitor (2018)
  • 50 amp 12V Mastervolt charger
  • Mastervolt charge monitors
  • Interior mood LED lighting
  • Hella Turbofans throughout
  • LED spreader and arch work lights
  • LED Tri color masthead, stern, navigation, and anchor lights


Additional Equipment

Safety Equipment

  • GlobalFix PRO EPIRB (2014)
  • Two independent GPS antennas
  • Givens Buoy 6-person offshore liferaft mounted forward of companionway sliding hatch (inspected Nov. 2014)
  • MOB Safety equipment: 2 horseshoe buoys, self-inflating MOB ring and MOB pole, 2VHF - KANNAD SafeLink R10 Personal AIS Survivor Recovery System
  • 10 GPM fire/freshwater pump
  • 15 lb. ABC CO2 fire extinguisher installed in engine room
  • 4 x 5lb. ABC fire extinguishers
  • Smoke and CO2 detectors in aft and forward cabins
  • Drogue
  • Paratech sea anchor
  • Emergency steering tiller
  • Flares 
  • Pains-Wessex Speedline 250 rocket propelled line thrower propels a 4mm diameter line up to 250m
  • Series 5000 medical kit
  • Firdel Blipper radar reflector 210-7
  • Horseshoe buoys & holders
  • Jacklines and attachments
  • Wichard fitting for life belts: 2 at companionway and 2 at helm station