Above, the first rendering of the new Hallberg-Rassy 400 by German Frers (13.06 x 4.18 m), which replaces the successful 412. The first unit will be officially presented next August.
The first innovation of this boat – the largest with aft cockpit layout – lies in the presence of twin helms and twin rudders, contrary to the 412 which, instead, had only one single wheel and a single rudder. This solution translates in a more spacious cockpit and better visibility.
A gloss varnished teak table is available as an option. Control lines are lead in a concealed way to the cockpit coamings, allowing electric winches, without taking up any interior space. There are bins for excess ropes so the cockpit is always clean and tidy. The main sheet track is conveniently located in front of the Hallberg-Rassy typical wind screen.
The interior layout is available in three different versions. The first one consists of an owner’s cabin with en-suite head, two double guest cabins (with shared head) in the stern and a dinette with two sofas. In the second version, instead, the aft starboard cabin is replaced by a technical room (and head with shower) while the starboard sofa is replaced by armchairs. The third layout differs from the second one only for the presence of a sofa, instead of the armchairs, in the dinette.
As for materials, the owner can choose between classic mahogany and bright European oak interiors.
Hull length 12.30 m
Overall length 13.06 m
Waterline Length 11.74 m
Beam 4.18 m
Standard Draft 1.92 m (Also available as a shallow draught version)
Light Displacement 11 t
Ballast 3.65 t
Sail area with jib, standard boat 90.1 m²
Sail area with jib, optimized sail area 96.6 m²
Air draft 19.75 m
Engine Volvo Penta D2-60
Fuel Capacity 400 l
Fresh Water Capacity 520 l
Project: Germán Frers
EC Category: A
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