Hallberg-Rassy 44






Twin rudders

The twin rudders configuration gives a modern hull form ultimate control in all conditions, on all points of sail and the reduced load on each rudder increases the security of the system. The mechanical advantage of a single big wheel gives the helmsman control and feedback under sail, especially in tough weather.

There is an integral bowsprit that serves many different purposes:

  • It is an ideal and efficient tack point for a code zero, or gennaker.
  • It is ideal for carrying an anchor for the electric windlass.
  • It is ideal for a bow ladder, making it easy to get onboard from a low dock or in a natural harbour.


Hidden control lines in the cockpit

There is a winch on the starboard coaming in the cockpit. Ropes from the mast aft to the clutches are hidden neatly. Excess lines aft of the clutches, stow in a storage box that is neatly hidden in the coaming. If you have electric in-mast furling, you can control outhaul, vang, main halyard and code zero halyard from the cockpit.

Large cockpit

As tradition says, the cockpit of a Hallberg-Rassy is very well sheltered. The cockpit length is a generous 2.29 m, no less than 19 cm longer than on the 43 Mk III. The pedestal head has space for a good size modern chart plotter with multi function display.

Fold out bathing platform

There is a large fold out bathing platform. As standard the platform folds out manually, optionally there is a push button operation available. When the platform is not in use, the transom is elegantly closed.

Modern sailplan

The sailplan is modern. There is no need for any runners even with an optional hard wind stay. The headsail is only slightly overlapping, making tacking easy. There is even a selftacking option. There is a 1:48 purchase backstay tensioner fitted as standard. The jib furler is a Furlex TD with under deck drum. The deck layout is clean and uncluttered with under deck mounted electric windlass and all deck hatches are flush mounted.
The waterline is 12.88 m, which is no less than 1.13 m longer than on the 43 Mk III. Frers speed prediction table tells that a loaded Hallberg-Rassy 44 will make 8.49 knots boat speed at 100 degrees in just 12 knots of true wind.








One or two cabins in front of the mast
There are four options for the layout in front of the mast. Two with a one cabin and two with a two cabin configuration.
The standard layout has a large v cabin and a very large head with a separate shower with plexi glass doors and space for a washing machine. There is lots of locker space, two hanging lockers and a seat.
There are two layout options with an extra cabin: with the large head and an extra twin bunks cabin to starboard, as well as the standard forward cabin.
Another available option is to have a supercabin in front, moved a bit further aft, to get a wide bed with extra storage in front of the bed.

Generous aft cabin

The aft cabin is generous for the size of boat and available in two versions; two individual berths with a wide sofa between, or an extra wide, comfortable centre line berth, with dressing table to starboard and a rounded seat to port.
The aft heads is generous with a separate shower and plexi glass doors. There is an opening portlight towards the cockpit.
Linear or u shaped galley

There is a choice of the standard U shaped galley to starboard or the optional linear galley to port with large work top space on both sides of the galley. There are also options for freezer, microwave, extractor fan with charcoal filter and even room for a dish washer.

Lots of natural light

The floor is in one level throughout the boat.There are six flush mounted deck hatches and eight opening portlights, as well as four hull portlights. The hull portlights are larger than those of other Hallberg-Rassys of this size. They are now as large as those on the flagship Hallberg-Rassy 64. All portlights and deck hatches have clear glass, except in the heads, which is milk coloured, to allow light in but obscure view into this compartment.
The Hallberg-Rassy 44 has lots of natural light and good ventilation throughout the interior.




Designer Germán Frers, Argentina
CE category A – Unlimited ocean
Hull length 13.68 m
Maximum length 14.45 m
Waterline at rest 12.88 m
Beam 4.20 m
Draft, empty standard boat 2.10 m

Also available as a shallow draft version

Displacement, empty standard boat 13.3 tons
Keel weight 5.3 tons
Keel type lead on deep bilge
Sail area with genoajib, standard boat 106.5 m²
Sail area with genoajib, optimized sail area 113.1 m²
Air draft, ex Windex 21.6 m
Engine Volvo Penta D2-75
Power at crank shaft 55 kW
Transmission Hydraulic with shaft
Diesel tank 420 litres
Fresh water tanks 745 litres




By clicking on the pictures below you will be able to see a virtual tour on board of the Hallberg-Rassy sailing yacht.




Soggiorno lato di dritta, in mogano

Saloon starboard side saloon view, mahogany interior

Soggiorno in quercia europea

European oak Saloon

Soggiorno in teak

Teak interior saloon

Cabina di poppa in quercia europea

European oak interior Aft cabin

Cabina di poppa in mogano

Mahogany interior Aft cabin

Cabina di poppa in teak

Teak interior Aft cabin

Bagno di poppa

Aft head

Visita virtuale by Graham Snook

Graham Snook 360 degrees interior panorama

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