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New and used Hallberg-Rassy boats for sale

Catalonia, Spain
£80,365 GBP
Listed price €95,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
1991 | 10.97m | Sail
£155,749 GBP
Listed price kr1,375,000 DKK
Tax paid / included
2008 | 10.32m | Diesel | Sail
£274,933 GBP
Listed price €325,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2004 | 13.11m | Sail
£232,635 GBP
Listed price €275,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2004 | 13.57m | Diesel | Sail
£45,681 GBP
Listed price €54,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1984 | 9.40m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£36,000 GBP
1984 | 8.90m | Diesel | Sail
£63,446 GBP
Listed price €75,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1978 | 12.56m | Diesel | Sail
£67,397 GBP
Listed price kr595,000 DKK
Tax paid / included
1979 | 11.57m | Sail
United Kingdom
£19,500 GBP
Tax paid / included
1982 | 7.92m | Diesel | Sail
£67,253 GBP
Listed price €79,500 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
1998 | 9.62m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£88,500 GBP
Tax paid / included
1993 | 10.85m | Diesel | Sail
£252,938 GBP
Listed price €299,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1983 | 14.96m | Diesel | Sail

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History of Hallberg-Rassy

Hallberg-Rassy, a distinguished name in the world of sailing yachts, traces its origins back to 1943 when German boat builder Harry Hallberg started his boatyard in Ellös, on the island of Orust in Sweden. During the early years, the company predominantly focused on wooden boats but transitioned to fibreglass construction in the 1960s, responding to market demands and advancing maritime technology.In 1972, Christoph Rassy, a German immigrant who had established his own boatyard nearby, acquired Hallberg's operations. This merger marked the birth of Hallberg-Rassy as we know it today. Christoph Rassy's commitment to combining traditional craftsmanship with innovative designs quickly earned the company a prestigious reputation. The hallmarks of Hallberg-Rassy yachts are their robust construction, luxurious interiors, and exceptional seaworthiness, making them a preferred choice among serious sailors.Presently, Hallberg-Rassy remains based in Ellös, Sweden, continuing its legacy of quality and innovation. The company produces a distinguished range of sailing yachts, from 31 to 64 feet, and has become a symbol of Swedish maritime excellence. With a loyal global following, Hallberg-Rassy yachts are celebrated for their enduring performance and timeless design.

Which models do Hallberg-Rassy produce?

Hallberg-Rassy produce a range of boats including the Hallberg-Rassy 372, Hallberg-Rassy 38, Hallberg-Rassy 46, Hallberg-Rassy 54 and Hallberg-Rassy P28. For the full list of Hallberg-Rassy models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Hallberg-Rassy build?

Hallberg-Rassy manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Sloop, Cruiser, Ketch, Offshore cruiser and Bluewater cruiser.

How much does a boat from Hallberg-Rassy cost?

Used boats from Hallberg-Rassy on range in price from £9,750 GBP to £1,180,000 GBP with an average price of £183,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Hallberg-Rassy, for example the model, age and condition.

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