Flagship with regal comfort, yet manageable by a family crew
The Hallberg-Rassy 64 is the yard’s flagship, unmistakably a traditional Hallberg-Rassy boat and at the same time full of new features. An offshore cruiser for yachting enthusiasts. A flagship, but manageable by a family crew.
The bridge of the Hallberg-Rassy 64
The bridge is clean and neat. All windows and doors are flush mounted. There is a solarium built into the roof of the aft cabin. The anchor windlass is hidden below the deck level. It is possible to have hydraulic furling and furling underdeck. There are a total of eight mooring cleats on the top of the teak board, of which the spring cleats are double on each side.
Good boat speed means devouring sea miles
The waterline is 2.23 m longer than the Hallberg-Rassy 62. Frers’ speed prediction chart for the Hallberg-Rassy 64 says the boat will reach 9.2 knots of speed in 10 knots of true wind and 75 degrees wind angle; 11.5 knots of boat speed with only the mainsail and traditional foresail in 25 knots of true wind at 110 degrees wind angle. This yacht is a real gobbler.
Hallberg-Rassy 64: a large, easy-to-manage cockpit
The cockpit is unusually spacious: 3.10 m long, which is 55 cm longer than the Hallberg-Rassy 62. There is a large fixed teak cockpit table. All essential navigation control functions are operated from the cockpit by a single sailor, using push-button controls as standard equipment.
As an option there is a hydraulic forestay cutter and even a hydraulic Code Zero or furling Gennaker furler, actuated by pressing buttons from the cockpit. The washboard is elegantly and easily stored in a hidden recess. The cockpit is very well protected by the typical Hallberg-Rassy wind screen or hard top.
Lots of natural light
Living areas below deck receive plenty of natural light. In total there are no less than thirty-one portholes and skylights in the boat. There are six hull windows. Hull windows were introduced by Hallberg-Rassy in 1976. When you are seated, you look out through the four hull windows, and when you stand up, you see the outside through the large portholes in the saloon. The interior offers twelve layout choices in 5 sections, creating solutions for all tastes and needs.
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10.1 cubic meters of storage space
The huge aft garage of the 8.6-cubic-meter Hallberg-Rassy 64 can hold a RIB. There is a large hydraulically foldable platform/beach and an optional retractable walkway. Along with the cockpit locker and anchor locker, there is an additional 10.1 cubic meters of storage space on the front deck.
The engine is unusually well sized, even for a Hallberg-Rassy. It is a 6-cylinder Volvo Penta D6-300 with 300 hp and 669 Nm of torque at 2,500 rpm. The tanks are very capacious to ensure a long range, with 1,800 liters of diesel fuel and 1,300 liters of fresh water. With calm seas and a clean hull, fuel consumption at 1,600 rpm and 7 knots of speed is 7 liters per hour, one liter per nautical mile, which means about 1,800 nautical miles of range!
Large engine room
The engine room of the Hallberg-Rassy 64 is large, has room for a lot of technical equipment, is well acoustically insulated and allows for easy maintenance.
Generous standard equipment
The standard equipment is particularly rich, with push-button hydraulic sail rigging, 20 hp bow thruster, 8 kW generator, 120 A battery charger, 4000 W inverter, recessed skylights, basic instruments, teak deck and membrane sails, all included in the base price.
By clicking the images below you will be able to virtually move aboard some areas of the Hallberg-Rassy sailboat.
|CE category||A – Unlimited ocean voyages|
|Hull length||19,85 m|
|Waterline at rest||17,53 m|
|Draft, empty standard boat||2,5 m|
|Displacement, empty standard boat||36 t|
|Keel weight||12,7 t|
|Keel type||lead on deep bilge|
|Sail area with jib and battenless main||173 m²|
|Sail area with genoa and furling main |
with roach and battens
|Sail area with Code Zero and furling main |
with roach and vertical battens
|Mast over water, formerly Windex||27,4 m|
|Engine||Volvo Penta D6-300|
|Power at crank shaft||221 kW|
|Engine displacement||5.5 liters|
|Max torque||669 Nm at 2500 RPM|
|Diesel tank||1,800 liters|
|Fresh water tanks||1,300 liters|
|Holding tanks||3×75 liters|
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