Made for world-wide sailing, Hallberg-Rassy sailboats are a result of a long boat-making history. Outstanding design, quality, and performance are well respected among yacht owners. Except for excellent performance, these sailing yachts are known for their luxury and comfort. Constant improvement, modernization of the manufacturing process, and innovation make Hallberg-Rassy sailboats unsurpassed.
Hallberg-Rassy history began in 1943 when Harry Hallberg started building hand-crafted wooden boats. That long history, from times before modern technology, makes this company one of the finest and well-liked sailboat manufacturers. Hallberg opened his yard in Sweden, and he was one of the first builders who used GRP in serial production.
Another person responsible for the Hallberg-Rassy company we have today is Cristoph Rassy. In 1960 he moved from Germany to Sweden to pursue his life long dream of building boats. Except working at a boatyard, Rassy produced wooden boats during his free time, raced, won the races, and sold those boats. Rassy wanted to succeed on his own and decided to buy a yard. At that time a coincidence happened that set foundations for future development.
Hallberg needed a larger yard and he decided to sell the one he had, the Kungsviken Yard. Rassy was the buyer. For the first seven years, they were competitors. During that time, Rassy built “Rasmus 35”, elegant, and for that time, extremely large and luxurious sailing yacht. Designed for long-distance cruises, with a center cockpit and made of mahogany, that yacht was ahead of its time. That recognizable design is typical for Hallberg-Rassy today. On the other hand, Hallberg made well-designed boats for a fair price.
In 1972, Hallberg decided to retire, and Rassy bought his yard. As Hallberg was famous and well-known, especially for his “Mistral 33” and “Mistress 32” sailboats, the new company was named Hallberg-Rassy. An interesting fact about the two yacht builders is that they have never been actual partners.
Today, Hallberg-Rassy is owned by Magnus Rassy. Since 1989 all the yachts have been designed by German Frers, Argentinian engineers, and yacht designers.
When searching for Hallberg-Rassy for sale, the future owner can choose from numerous models available, all of them offering superior quality and performance. Among newer and improved models are Hallberg-Rassy 310, modern and easy to sail yacht, with a surprisingly spacious interior considering boat length. Another option is Hallberg-Rassy 412, with the largest aft-cockpit ever constructed by Hallberg-Rassy company. This high-performance, spacious, and luxurious sailing yacht perfectly combines speed and comfort. The Hallberg-Rassy 64 is the largest boat built by this company. It is a mix of classic design, luxury, and modern technologies. Hallberg-Rassy 50 is a new concept, based on the previous success of 57, 44, and 340 models. The main advantages are effortless sailing and a lot of storage space. Innovative design made possible for this model to contain features previously impossible in that size.
Advertised as “dream within the reach”, this relatively small sailboat is an excellent first choice. Among standard equipment, Hallberg-Rassy 310 offers a backstay tensioner with 1:24 purchase, together with genoa jib furler Furlex TD, mounted under deck. The cockpit is quite large for a boat of this size, 2.35 meters long. Modern hull lines and sail plan with slightly overlapping genoa jib make it easy to sail. The interior is spacious and bright, containing four skylights. Mast support is not obstructing saloon space. Cabins are spacious and have more than enough storage. Two sink galley is constructed in a way that a person working inside is not in a way of aft cabin access.
During the construction process, the deck to haul joint gets laminated together before building the interior to gain excellent torsional strength.
Hallberg-Rassy 412 for sale is offered in two variations, one with twin and the other with a single aft cabin. The buyer can choose comfort options, including washing-machine, gen set, or stern thrusters. Comfortable living space combined with extraordinary performance and race-winning capabilities, this sailboat has it all. Innovative winch design enables Push Button Sailing. Halyards located under the coach roof are handled by two winches do not interfere with exterior chart tables. Steering pedestal is spacious and can accommodate various instruments together with a 12-inch plotter.
A large, bright interior will satisfy even the most demanding clients. Double skylights, mahogany, and sofas in the saloon provide outstanding comfort. No matter the interior layout, Hallberg-Rassy 412 has plenty of storage space.
This extraordinary open-water cruiser provides previously unseen comfort when it comes to Hallberg-Rassy sailboats. The 64 model is manageable by family, without extra crew members, due to marvelous design and solutions. The buyer may choose features such as a retractable gangway. Huge aft-deck lockers can store a dinghy. The hydraulic fold-out platform provides easy access to the ocean. Due to the yacht size, the deck is clean and uncluttered. The interior is extremely spacious, offering luxurious details that will amaze the future owner, who can choose from 12 layouts in 5 different sections. For a luxury cruiser, Hallberg-Rassy has extraordinary speed, 9.2 knots boat speed at 10 knots of true wind, and 75 degrees wind angle, according to the manufacturer.
The volume of Hallberg-Rassy 50 is huge considering its length. The waterline length of this innovatively designed sailing yacht is 50 centimeters longer than in 55 models. This feature enables more interior space along with greater sailing performance and higher speed. Hallberg-Rassy 50 is 33 centimeters wider and that too is a reason this sailboat offers more storage than larger models.
Constructing this yacht, Hallberg-Rassy pushed the boundaries with design and engineering. Hallberg-Rassy 50 has a well-protected cockpit, winches, and all the standard equipment characteristics for other models. This yacht is easy to handle and enjoyable.
Epex membrane in-mast furling sail, together with roach, vertical battens, and headboard are to be carried. One more Hallberg-Rassy innovation is a part of model 50 sailing yacht – the top shrouds and lowers are two unconnected chainplates, which enable easy passage on deck. Twin-rudder steering enables greater control and superior safety.
The interior is extremely spacious, offering more than enough storage for long journeys and even a walk-in engine room.
Hallberg-Rassy models mentioned here, along with other available models have few things in common. such as quality of the materials used, attention to detail, and innovative features that makes them ahead of the competition. These sailing yachts are truly remarkable.