This boat is the queen of the North: the Hallberg-Rassy 50 is unique


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Hallberg-Rassy 50
is a boat that retains the “classic” approach of the Swedish shipyard, with features typical of boats produced in the North, but is innovative in its size. A prime example is the waterline of this boat, which is longer than that of its bigger sister Hallberg-Rassy 55.


What makes a Hallberg-Rassy boat unique

The hallmarks of the Swedish shipyard Hallberg-Rassy can all be seen in this boat, which does not forego the double wheel, now cleared by many shipyards even on smaller boats. As is typical of HR yachts, however, the double wheel is not set back, but rather is located in a well sheltered cockpit that leaves a wide passage aft. The cockpit, and this is an element found in Nordic boats, has a windshield and can be equipped with soft or hard tops for maximum protection and an unparalleled feeling of safety.

A cruiser that is also suitable for long sailings

Those who choose the
Hallberg-Rassy 50
will find a boat that performs at its best on short trips, offering comfort to guests and safety to the helmsman while underway. The sail plan is modern and designed for easy maneuvering, with plenty of standard equipment for fun when sailing. Interiors are available with a large master stateroom in the stern, with a double or double single bed, and two guest cabins in the bow. The layout of the square also changes, with the kitchen finding its place either all on one side or L-shaped, and a spacious dinette. The quality and reliability of the shipyard, together with capacious tanks and comfortable interiors, make the Hallberg-Rassy 50 also suitable for long sailings.

Contact the site from here

You can send an email to the shipyard if you are interested in theHallberg-Rassy 50, by clicking here you will find the email form in the shipyard’s booth at Milan Yachting Week.





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