“A Hallberg-Rassy is a safe investment, yesterday, today and tomorrow!”
The Hallberg-Rassy shipyard was founded in Ellos, Sweden, in 1972 at the helm of Christoph Rassy, his first boat with the HR brand was the Monsun 31.
Since 1988 the Shipyard began its cooperation with the well-known architect German Frers and the first model signed Frers was the HR 45 in 1988; later the whole HR range has been replaced with Frers projects, arriving until today with the models HR 310 - HR 340 - HR 372 and HR 412 with aft cockpit, while for the central cockpit the production starts with the HR 40C - HR 44 - HR 50 - HR 57 and HR 64.
The Shipyard also has an internal company to find original spare parts even for very old boats.
At the moment the guidance has been passed on to her son Magnus Rassy.
Everything started 78 years ago in the heart of the Swedish archipelago
Today 9,500 Hallberg-Rassy yachts are delivered all over the world. There are Hallberg-Rassy ambassadors in the very cold areas of the world as well as in tropical heat. Many of the features that help to protect against the cold, work just as well protecting against the heat and intensive sunshine. For example the wind screen with sprayhood canopy or the insulated hull.
A Hallberg-Rassy is dedicated to world wide cruising. The success confirms that the Hallberg-Rassy concept is right.
We have stayed true to the concept of sturdy craft, well protected cockpits, high endurance and good sailing qualities with a high degree of comfort. The boats are easy to handle by a small crew. This gives effortless and comfartable sailing.
Have a look at a Hallberg-Rassy: the superb woodwork gives it an unmistakable atmosphere.
In these times, when boat building has not been spared by the criteria of mass production, it is good to know that the Hallberg-Rassy yard has existed since the days when boat building still meant wood and custom boats. For this reason we have specialised in comfortable sailing boats suitable for longer trips since the early days.
The history of the company began with Harry Hallberg in 1943 and developed in 1972 with the merger with Christoph Rassy, who founded the Hallberg-Rassy yard. The success of the flagship Hallberg-Rassy 41 was immediately apparent, setting a new trend in yachting for interior layout.
In 1988 Hallberg-Rassy began a successful co-operation with the most talented yacht designer of our time, Germán Frers from Argentina. Frers is as well known for his Superyacht designs, as he is for drawing cruising yachts with elegant lines.
The latest generation Hallberg-Rassy yachts also offer you the best that you can buy for the future with regard to elegance, performance, and ease of handling. Like the flagship Hallberg-Rassy 64, the largest HR ever built, a world cruiser for a family crew, steerable with a push-button sail management system.
High quality with a value that is maintained over time
The crew appreciates the comfort of sailing on a Hallberg-Rassy. The well-protected cockpit reinforces that feeling of safety and security. The helmsman quickly gains confidence in the performance of the yacht.
A Hallberg-Rassy yacht has a logical interior layout, designed for long periods on board, both at sea and in the harbour. Hallberg-Rassys have a single level floor throughout the boat, allowing easy access to the cabins.
The displacement of the yachts has been designed not only to provide the generous stowage needed for long journeys, but also the space for modern comfort. Access for maintenance of technical equipment is also easy and all units are tested before delivery.
The yachts have deep bilges and the generous tank capacity needed for a real cruise.
All this is combined to give great confidence in a Hallberg- Rassy yacht, once again confirmed by the high resale value.
The Hallberg-Rassy group of companies are to 100 % owned by the Rassy family, headed by the second generation. Hallberg-Rassy has never had financial troubles. Every buyer may get a bank guarantee at low cost price. Every Hallberg-Rassy yacht is delivered right on time.
The Hallberg-Rassy concept means long production runs and the possibility to build the yacht of your dreams.
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