Hallberg-Rassy 372


Hallberg-Rassy 372

Named European Yacht of the Year among luxury cruisers

Compared to the Hallberg-Rassy 37, the Hallberg-Rassy 372 is only a few inches longer, is 2 inches wider, and has a fuller transom. The hull bodyis slightly lower and the keel slightly deeper and lighter. The stern and middle sections of the hull are flatter and the bow section sharper. The bow line is more pronounced. The modern sail plan is easy to handle. The yacht exudes graceful elegance.

Hallberg-Rassy is best known for its boats with center cockpits, but more than 5,800 of the 9,500 Hallberg-Rassys built to date have a cockpit aft. The aft cockpit of the 372 is new in every respect, designed by Frers, and is not based on the center cockpit of the Hallberg-Rassy 37.

Hallberg-Rassy 372 is a yacht that rivals the performance of sports boats in terms of speed and sailing performance, but at the same time is ideal for comfortable and fast family cruising. It will take you anywhere and in any season.

Modern sailing facility

The tree is 1.05 m taller than that of 37. The modern sail plan is designed for easy maneuverability, with a larger mainsail and low-overlap jib. There is also the possibility of a self-tacking jib rigging. A powerful backstay tensioner is fitted as standard. The mast has three tiers of quartered spreaders, with the upper shrouds coming out near the bow edge and the lower shrouds are positioned near the foresail. This allows easy passage to the deck, good possibilities for capping the headsail and ideal support for the mast. A code zero or optional gennaker can be rigged between the masthead and removable bowsprit.

Frers’ speed prediction chart indicates that the Hallberg-Rassy 372 is still faster than the 40, which is recognized as a fast yacht.


Well-protected cockpit

The aft cockpit of the Hallberg-Rassy 372 is generous, and the leather-covered helm wheel is 122 cm in size. The rudder is directly connected for a precise navigation experience. The halyards are hidden under the deckhouse and are operated by two winches on the cockpit coaming, not on the outside chart tables. This solution makes it possible to implement sail steering with typical Hallberg-Rassy push-button paneling, with optional electric halyard and control winches, without interfering with the interior, even with a traditional, non- furling mainsail. There are two large teak exterior chart tables. It goes without saying that the cockpit is well protected by a windshield that blends perfectly with the lines of the yacht.

Hallberg-Rassy 372

Clean and orderly deck layout

There are five large deck hatches, all mounted flush so that the glass is level with the deckhouse. The openings on the deck to the toilet and aft cabin are milk-colored to allow light in but not a view inside the cabin. The furler has the cylinder mounted below deck for clean deck lines. The optional electric windlass is also mounted below deck. The distance between the winch and the chain locker is essential for a self-recoiling chain and is achieved by the special design of the deck.



Bright and inviting interior

Below deck, the interior of the Hallberg-Rassy 372 is spacious and bright. There are two deck hatches in the salon. All port side lights are openable and the same large size as the Hallberg-Rassy 54. The kitchen is large, U-shaped and marine. The kitchen countertop is made of a solid stone composite material. Both sofas in the living room are two meters long.

The bathroom is spacious and equipped with a cabinet and has a separate shower with plexiglass doors. The forward cabin is extremely large and generous. The V berth is 210 cm long, 68 cm wide at the foot end and 202 cm wide at the stern. In the forward cabin there is a seating area, two hanging lockers and two makeup cabinets. The aft cabin has a comfortable and extraordinarily large double berth.

Data sheet

Designer Germán Frers, Argentina
CE category A – Unlimited ocean
Hull length 11,35 m
Waterline at rest 10,25 m
Beam 3,60 m
Draft, empty standard boat 1,99 m

Also available as a shallow draft version

Displacement, empty standard boat 7.5 tons
Keel weight 2.9 tons
Keel type lead on deep bilge
Sail area standard with genoajib 72,5 m²
Sail area with Code Zero 113,3 m²
Air draft, formerly Windex 17,80 m
Headroom Saloon 1,93 m
Engine Volvo Penta D2-60
Power at crank shaft 44 kW
Diesel tank 270 liters
Fresh water tanks 471 litres


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