3 Owners! Minimalist Monsun.

   1974 Hallberg-Rassy 31 Monsun: Janna

                                                                                                                                                 PRICE: $32,000 USD

                                                                                                                                         Currently lying at : Langkawi. Malaysia.


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This Classic Hallberg Rassy is  currently stored on the hard stand in Langkawi , Malaysia.
Her 3rd owners have moved off for family reasons, as their young family is expanding.  

She has truly been well taken care of whilst lived on, and is a lovely home and a great performer at sea. 

The equipment is minimalist, but the current owners rarely wished for more. They have put a lot of thought into transforming Janna into a cozy, but utilitarian vessel. She is currently stored on the hard stand and despite her owners absence she is in good condition, and there is proof that she has been well loved.

If you send me a whats app, I can forward current pictures.

Seaspray Yacht Sales is a division of Seaspray Marine Services. Qualified Shipwright Services established and operated in Langkawi for 10 years.


Price:US $45,000   

Vessel Name: Janna


Length:9.36m – 30’ 9”

Beam:2.87m – 9’ 5”

Draft:1.40m – 4’ 7”

Displacement:4 200 kg / 9 250 lbs

Engine Make:Volvo Penta

Engine Description:

Volvo Penta, D1-30A, stern drive, three blade fixed propeller, 115A alternator commissioned 2006/

bed and mounts - New Vetus K50 mounts and substantially reinforced engine bed /

exhaust raiser - SS 316, muffles sound and prevents water ingress /

heat exchanger - Replaced due to corrosion, caused by original faulty installation, which was resolved by the new exhaust raiser /

 jerry cans - 3x 20l high quality jerry cans for easy refuelling /


Number of Engines:1

Engine Hours:1100 hours

Horsepower:28.4 HP

Fuel Capacity:120 litres / 32 US gallon

Fuel Type:Diesel

Propulsion:Fixed propeller

Thrusters:Three blade

Dinghy:Walker Bay 8’ - with sailing rig and oars, stowed on the coach roof under the boom. Easily lowered or hoisted with a 4:1 tackle attached to the main halyard.




Ground Tackle / Anchor Winch:

Manual windlass Lofrans Royal / 2x 15lbs CQR anchors / Small Danforth for dinghy / Rocna 20kg. Never dragged since we got her!


Covers:Large awning made of Sunbrella Plus for use in port

Chain & Ropes:Spare chain 10m / Acco Grade 40 Hot-Dip Galvanized High-Test Chain 5/16”, 65m + 35m (spare stored in the cockpit locker)

Cabin: Yes

Berths: Two on the V-berth and two in the cabin

Toilet:Failsafe bucket ‘n’ chuck it system. Original mounting platform has been preserved and toilet can be easily installed during a haul-out.

Air Conditioning: Watertight Air-onlyhttp://www.air-onlyventilators.com/air-only-dorade

House Batteries: 2x N70

Engine Start Battery : Type/Age : N70 starter battery

Solar Panels/Watts/Age : 2x 75 Watt with ProStar regulator, solid source of energy
Wind Generator     : Air-X Marine. Great source of energy in stronger winds

Navigation Equipment    : 2x handheld Garmin GPS

VHF : Mounted Sailor RT2048 - with an old telephone like receiver which makes communication so much easier even in cockpit with engine on
/ Handheld - Raymarine 101 with charger (2009)/ Spare new Navman VHF 7100 with DSC, not installed

AIS : GME GX558A, converted into an AIS receiver. Connects to a computer via USB.         

Depth/Speed/Wind Instruments: Raymarine ST40 Bidata. Mounted inside of the hull for easy maintenance. Speed log included, but not installed. 

Wind Vane : Cape Horn, www. Capehorn. Com

Auto Pilot     : Simrad tiller pilot

Galley Description:

2x 5kg Worthington horizontal aluminum cylinders mounted on the deck below the dinghy and connected with high pressure hose with only single connection below deck /

Added heavy-duty rail SS316L guard-rail for the stove (Force 10 four-burner) and the pots stay put even in bad weather. In really bad weather we cook in a pressure cooker.

Stove: Force 10, four-burner with added heavy-duty rail guard. Not gimbaled, but with larger pot or pressure-cooker works great even in heavy weather.

Water Capacity:160 litres / 43 US gallon 



Safety Gear:2 self-inflatable life jackets with harnesses

Life Jackets: 2 lifejackets

Fire Protection: 2 Kidde extinguishers

Sail Inventory:

100% hank-on reefing jib, UK Halsey (commissioned 2009, rarely used)135% 5oz light wind hank-on genoa, crosscut TNF Dacron, 26.18 m2, UK HalseyMainsail – crosscut 7.2oz TNF Dacron, large roach, full battens, loose foot, 3 reefs, 22.34 m2, UK Halsey


135% Genoa – roller-reefing, Rolley Tasker, 7oz, 31sqm

Spinnaker (+ spinnaker pole)


Mast / Rigging


  • Two sets of jib sheets

  • Genoa sheets

  • Mainsheet

  • Spinnaker sheets

  • Lots of spare lines

  • Sta-Lok terminals

  • Sta-Lok 7mm 316 wire rope 1×19


Blocks - Most blocks replaced with Harken, couple of spares. / Mainsheet tackle 6:1 (Harken H2618 + H2604) and mainsail halyard 2:1 for easy handling. /

Bobstay - SS 316 bobstay attachment / 8mm SS 316 wire rope 1×19 / Sta-lok terminals /

Chainplates - Replaced all (but forestay) chainplates with new made of SS 316 /

Cleats - All six cleats replaced with SS 316 cleats and substantial backing plate added / 2 Spinlock cam cleats for halyard in the cockpit (2012)

Deck Gear: Furlex Mk II, in great shape, wire rope checked 2014/3