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Hallberg-Rassy 310

Hallberg-Rassy 310

The Frers-designed 310 is the entry level Hallberg-Rassy and show us all the typical hallmarks like sturdy construction, elegant craftsmanship and lots of comfort

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can you buy amoxicillin otc Hull Length:  30′ 11″
Waterline:  28′ 11″
Beam:  10′ 5″
Draft:  5′ 11″
Displacement: 9590 lbs
Sail Area: 508 sq ft
Headroom salon: 6′ 1 1/2″
Engine:  Yanmar SD20; 22hp
Diesel Tank: 26.5 gal
Water tank:  52.8 gal
Holding tank: 13.3 gal

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Hallberg- Rassy 342: 

Hallberg-Rassy 342

Hallberg-Rassy 342

The Hallberg-Rassy 342 is a complete new design that gives a little more of everything than her predecessor, the almost revolutionary 34, and at the same time offers all the good values that made the Hallberg-Rassy 34, launched 15 years earlier, so successful.

Key words such as sailing performance, timeless elegance, comfort, fine joinery work and ease of handling are valid for both models.

The Hallberg-Rassy 342 has proved to be a sales success from the start.

Designer:  German Frers
Hull Length: 33′ 10″
Beam: 11′ 3″
Draught: 6′ 0″
Displacement: 11,650 lbs
Sail area: 646 sq ft
Engine:  Volvo Penta D1-30
Number of Cylinders:  3
Power at crank shaft: 21 kW/29HP
Water tank, stainless:  71 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 44 gal
Holding tank: 13.5 gal

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Hallberg- Rassy 372: 

Hallberg-Rassy 372

Hallberg-Rassy 372

The Hallberg-Rassy 372 is optimized for comfortable and fast family cruising. She will take you anywhere, anytime. Compared to the Hallberg-Rassy 37, the 372 is only a few centimetres longer, is 5 cm wider and has a fuller transom. The canoe body is slightly shallower and the keel slightly deeper and lighter. The aft and mid sections of the hull are flatter and the bow section sharper. The sheer line is more pronounced. The modern sailplan is easy to handle. The yacht breathes graceful elegance.

Designer:  German Frers
Hull Length: 37′ 3″
Beam: 11′ 10″
Draught: 6′ 7″
Displacement: 16,500 lbs
Sail area: 788 sq ft
Engine:  Volvo Penta D2-55
Number of Cylinders:  4
Power at crank shaft: 41 kW/55HP
Salon headroom:  6′ 4″
Water tank, stainless:  114 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 72 gal


Hallberg- Rassy 412: 

The all-new Hallberg-Rassy 412 is the largest aft cockpit Hallberg-Rassy ever built. She offers the option of twin or single aft cabins, one or two heads and a large cockpit. There are also comfort options such as gen set, washing machine, bow- and stern thrusters. At the same time she performs like a goddess. Hallberg-Rassy 412 combines speed and comfort.

Designer:  German Frers
Hull Length: 41′ 5″
Beam: 13′ 6″
Draught: 6′ 7″
Displacement: 24,400 lbs
Sail area: 970 sq ft
Engine: Volvo D2-75
Number of Cylinders:  4
Power at crank shaft: 55 kW/75HP
Water tank, stainless:  142 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 91 gal
Salon headroom:  6′ 5″

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Hallberg- Rassy 40: 

Hallberg-Rassy 40

The Hallberg-Rassy 40 is a long distance cruiser of highest quality from the Swedish island Orust. The boat is the result of the yard’s long experience in boatbuilding. This has in the Hallberg-Rassy 40 been further developed to a discrete elegance. Without looking at trends, this is a modern yacht built to highest standards in respect of equipment and comfort.

Designer: German Frers
Hull Length: 40′ 8″
Beam: 12′ 6″
Draught: 6′ 7″
Displacement: 22,000 lbs
Sail area: 869 sq ft
Engine: Volvo D2-55
Number of Cylinders: 4
Power at crank shaft: 41 kW/55HP
Water tank, stainless: 122 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 122 gal
Salon headroom: 6′ 3-1/2″


Hallberg- Rassy 44: 

Hallberg-Rassy 44

The all-new Hallberg-Rassy 44 combines the best Hallberg-Rassy stands for, spiced with contemporary improvements for fast and comfortable cruising.

Designer: German Frers
Hull Length: 44′ 11″
Beam: 13′ 9″
Draft: 6′ 11″
Displacement: 29,200 lbs
Sail area: 1,180sq ft
Engine: Volvo D2-75
Number of Cylinders: 4
Power at crank shaft: 55 kW/75HP
Water tank, stainless: 172 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 96 gal

Hallberg- Rassy 48 MKII: 

Hallberg-Rassy 48 MKII

The new Hallberg-Rassy 48 Mk II offers More natural light – More comfort – More elegance – She is even More Hallberg-Rassy!

Designer: German Frers
Hull Length: 49′ 2″
Beam: 14′ 9″
Draught: 7′ 8″
Displacement: 40,700 lbs
Sail area: 1328 sq ft
Engine: Volvo D3-110
Power at crank shaft: 81 kW/110HP
Water tank, stainless: 241 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 212 gal
Salon headroom: 6′ 6″

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Hallberg- Rassy 55 : 

Hallberg-Rassy 55

The Hallberg-Rassy 55 is the new Hallberg-Rassy model for 2013. The 55 connects closely to the successful 64, with lots of natural light through large tempered glass portlights in the saloon, as well as four hull portlights and seven flush mounted skylight hatches, of which three are in the saloon alone. White painted wooden panels in the saloon alcoves further contribute to the spacious and inviting feel.

Designer: German Frers

Hull Length: 54′ 9″
Beam: 15′ 6”
Draught: 7′ 6-1/2″
Displacement: 58,000 lbs
Sail area: 1,950 sq ft
Engine: Volvo D4-180
Number of Cylinders: 5
Power at crank shaft: 132 kW/180HP
Water tank, stainless: 278 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 238 gal


Hallberg- Rassy 64 : 

Hallberg-Rassy 64

The new Hallberg-Rassy 64 is literally the greatest boat ever built by Hallberg-Rassy. It is unmistakably a true Hallberg-Rassy and at the same time she offers a lot of new features. The Hallberg-Rassy 64 is a blue water cruiser for yachting connoisseurs.

Designer: German Frers

Hull Length: 65′ 11″
Beam: 17′ 1″
Draught: 8′ 2″
Displacement: 79,500 lbs
Sail area: 1861 sq ft
Engine: Volvo D6/280
Number of Cylinders: 6
Power at crank shaft: 206kW/280HP
Water tank, stainless: 344 gal
Diesel tank, stainless: 476 gal

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The Yard:

In our modern time when boat building has not been spared series building or mass production, it is good to know that the Hallberg-Rassy yard existed in the days when boat building still meant wood and individual boats. In view of this we have specialized, from the earliest days, in comfortable sailing boats suitable for longer voyages. The company history started with Harry Hallberg back in 1943.

Harry Hallberg

What today is called Hallberg-Rassy Varvs AB was originally two yards.

Harry Hallberg, who lived between 1914 and 1997, commenced his boatbuilding career as a boy of 14, constructing boats made of wood. In 1943 he opened his own yard at Kungsviken on the island of Orust in Sweden.

At first, he built his wooden boats more or less by instinct. Different possibilities were discussed with the customer and solutions pointed out. Blueprints hardly existed at all. It was said that: “Someone who cannot build a boat without drawings cannot call himself a real boat builder”.

The first boat to be built in a series was the Folkboat. He also had good success with Kungskryssaren (Swedish for the king’s cruiser), not to be confused with the Finnish King’s Cruiser which has nothing at all to do with Hallberg-Rassy. The Kungskryssaren was constructed in the mid-50’s. Both the Folkboat and Kungskryssaren was also built by other yards.

Harry Hallberg’s most distinguished contribution was his understanding of the advantages of using GRP and to build boats in a series. In 1963 he was one of the pioneers in serial production of sailboats using GRP. He was the first successful builder of GRP hulls with wooden superstructure in a series. His P-28 was a great accomplishment and in many aspects a forerunner.

Christoph Rassy

Christoph Rassy was brought up in Bavaria in the south of Germany by a lake named Starnberger See. As a young guy, he in his spare time built models of boats and also real boats. He wanted to learn more about boats and became an apprentice at a small yard for wooden boats in southern Germany.

Soon he wanted to build and sail larger and finer boats and wanted to live by the sea. He thought that Sweden, a large country with lots of water, was bound to build large and splendid boats. Consequently, he wrote to many Swedish boatyards, requesting work. One yard wrote that they would welcome him, and in 1962 Christoph moved empty-handed and with a bicycle as his only possession toNötesund, Sweden to build boats. During the day he built boats for a boatyard that has now been out of business for many years.