Among theboats that are part of the sailing myth are certainly those launched by the Hallberg Rassy shipyard. Boats for true boaters, more concerned with substance than form. An owner who chooses a Hallberg Rassy wants to bond with his boat forever; he wants to make it part of the family. Like a house. He wants to sail for a long time, safely. He wants to travel the world and do it as comfortably as possible. The goal is not to pull the boat to the max to tie a few extra knots, but to take the best care of it so that it can sail as many miles as possible and maybe then leave it to the children and then the grandchildren.
This Swedish shipyard has its strength in experience and building tradition-everyone feels safe aboard in a Hallberg Rassy. A tradition that this year was also able to renew itself and make “strong” choices for the site. In fact, the new Hallber Rassy 44 has features that are being seen aboard a HR for the first time: a retractable swim platform, retractable bowsprit, double rudder blades, a thoroughly modern sail plan, and large windows.
However, there are excellent bargains on the market to “make” you a used Hallber Rassy and make it your home. We had fun fishing for you some “older” models that in our opinion represent great bargains for those who are looking for a boat to sail anywhere.
In production from 2008 to 2012, theHallberg Rassy 43 Mk II was built in more than 150 examples. Designed by German Frers, this boat offers streamlined hull lines that give it good speed and seaworthiness. The model we offer, built in 2008, is equipped with hydraulic mainsail furler and furler, manual furler, generator, battery charger, inverter, air conditioning, heater, bow thruster, radar, gps, plotter, and autopilot. Length 13.57 m; Larg. 4,08. LEARN MORE.
A mythical boat, which at the time of its launch wanted to follow in the successful footsteps of its predecessor, the HR 43, through the typical characteristics of the Swedish shipyard: excellent marine qualities, high quality of materials and great comfort on board. The pencil of German Frers has succeeded on this model in exploiting spaces exceptionally well, without wasting a single inch. The HR 342 is also characterized by a sail plan that is easy to handle even with a small crew, an extremely bright interior, and a great commercial success with sales worldwide. The model we offer, is virtually new, launched in 2016, and is complete with tiller steering, mainsail furler, furler, autopilot, gps, plotter and heater. Lung. 10.32; width. 3,42. DISCOVER MORE.
Hallberg Rassy 352
After the success of the Rasmus 35 (the first boat launched), the Swedish shipyard decided in 1978 to introduce a new, mid-cockpit model, which was not easy given its small size, theHallberg Rassy 352. Such was the success of theHallberg Rassy 352 that the boat remained in production until 1991 with 808 built, one of the yard’s best sellers along with the successor HR 36, developed in MKI and MKII versions. It was a big exercise for the yard, because making an 11 m with a stern passage is not easy, but the yard’s designers and founders, Christoph Rassy and Olle Enderlein, received many awards for this boat, which was called “futuristic” by the press at the time. It is one of the most versatile and sought-after boats, but it is also the oldest, in fact the first version can be up to 35 years old, so the teak deck, engine, rigging, will have, with good sense, been renewed. The hull is a very classic design with long fin, i.e., developed very longitudinally, rudder with separate skegs and integrated shaft line. The rudder blade is large, and it compensates quite well for the evolutionary effect of the reverse gear and corrections under sail. Many units have since added a bow thruster over time. The model we offer, launched in 1987, includes mainsail furler, furler, vhf, gps, plotter, echo, wind and Max Prop three-blade propeller. Lung. 10.54; width. 3,42.
Hallberg Rassy 46
Between 1995 and 2005, the Hallberg Rassy 46 was produced in 132 units. This design by German Frers is characterized by its ease of handling even with a small crew, a perfect boat for a world tour. In the year of her launch, 1995, she won the Yacht of the Year award. The model we offer here is from 1996. The teak deck was redone in 2014, and the boat is complete with mainsail furler, furler and electric winches, bow thruster, radar, gps, plotter, autopilot, heater and hydraulic gangway. Lung. 14.78; width. 4,35. LEARN MORE.
Hallberg Rassy 53
A highly successful boat, built for fifteen years, from 1992 to 2006 in 88 examples. A hull that German Frers designed inspired by the lines of his early Hallberg Rassy and intended to be an upwind mile grinder, thanks to the generous sail plan and low displacement considering the equipment on board. The HR is characterized by elegant lines and solid construction.
We offer two models, the first from 2002 is complete with hydraulic mainsail furler and furler, generator, air conditioning, inverter, electric winches, gps, plotter, radar, autopilot, ssb and heating.
The second, launched in 1999, includes hydraulic mainsail furler and furler, generator, air conditioning, inverter, electric winches, gps, plotter, radar, autopilot, and heater.
Hallberg Rassy 62
The Swedish shipyard’s flagship, produced to a design by German Frers from 1997 to 2011 with 25 boats sold, fully reflects the qualities of the company. Solidity, marinity and comfort on board. For long sailing. In the year of her launch, she won the Yacht of the Year award in the category of boats over 50 feet. Her strong point is definitely her extremely protected central cockpit, capable of handling any weather conditions. Designed for cruising, it has all electric winches to facilitate maneuvering and a powerful engine that allows it to travel at an average speed of 8 knots. We offer this 2005 full optionals model with three cabins, three bathrooms, crew cabin with toilet and sink, mainsail furler, hydraulic furler and furler, electric winches, generator, air conditioning, watermaker and hydraulic gangway. LEARN MORE.