How is the new Hallberg-Rassy 50 bigger than the 55?

hallberg-rassy 50A world premiere at Milan Yachting Week-The digital boat show for a boat that when it’s in the water will make a splash.

You can find it exclusively in the boat show port, it is the brand new Hallberg-Rassy 50 the latest addition to the legendary Swedish shipyard’s range from 34 to 64 feet. All models can be found on display HERE

The Hallberg-Rassy 50 beats the 55 in comfort.

You’d better visit the boat docked at Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show now.

You will discover how the shipyard’s craftsmen, the Rassy family, and the great designer German Frers have managed with the new Hallberg-Rassy 50 to have a waterline that is up to 50 cm (1′ 8″) longer than on the Hallberg-Rassy 55 and a greater width, again compared to the Hallberg-Rassy 55, of 33 cm at the widest point and even 1.08 m (3.8 ft) at the transom.

You will also find preview photos of boat construction. And you will understand the professionalism hidden behind the Hallberg-Rassy product.

Ultimately a new generation Hallberg-Rassy, in keeping with the shipyard’s tradition of making boats to truly sail with a unique design, in spite of passing fads. A true Hallberg-Rassy!

If we have intrigued you and you want to know everything, but really everything about the brand new Hallberg-Rassy 50, first of all, click HERE.

If you want to know more contact the site with one click

Who this boat is for, how it is built, how it sails…just click HERE to find out in detail. You will also find all the other models of Hallberg-Rassy , from 340 to 64.

And if you would like to elaborate with a site manager or book a visit via email or whatsapp, you will find buttons in the booth to activate contact with a click.





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