SPEED AND COMFORT

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.

RACING WINNING CRUISER

Although she is a comfortable cruising boat, she wins races in tough competition. In Tjörn Runt, one of the largest inshore races in the world, the 412 not only won her class among 48 boats, she was even first to finish in her class, among racing boats. This means she is the fastest, both on calculated an on actual time. The winning boat had in-mast furling with FatFurl. While others talk the talk, this one walks the walk. This shows that a comfortable cruising boat can win the most demanding race. For full results list, please go here.


A CLEAN DECK LAYOUT

Halyards are hidden under the coach roof and are handled by two winches on the cockpit coaming, without interfering with the exterior chart tables. This solution makes it possible to achieve Hallberg-Rassy typical Push Button Sailing with optional electric halyard and control winches, without disturbing the interior, even with a traditional non-furling mainsail. There are two big exterior chart tables in teak. It goes without saying that the cockpit is well protected by a windscreen that blends perfectly into the lines of the yacht.

There are no less than seven large deck hatches, all flush mounted so that the glass is level with the coach roof or the teak deck.

The genoajib furler has an under deck mounted drum to get clean deck lines. The optional electric anchor windlass is also mounted under deck.

The aft cockpit is very generous; 312 cm long with 264 cm long seats. As standard, there is an elegant teak cockpit table on the pedestal. As an option, there is a large fixed cockpit table available. The wide steering pedestal has space for many buttons, instruments and a 12 inch plotter. The leather covered steering wheel is a large 122 cm diameter. The steering is directly linked, for a precise sailing experience. There is an option for a bimini top.


A MODERN SAIL PLAN

The modern sail plan is made for easy handling, with its greater mainsail and only slightly overlapping genoajib. There is an option of a self tacking jib. A powerful backstay tensioner is fitted as standard. The rig has triple swept-back spreaders, the top shrouds go out to near the toe rail and the lowers are positioned close to the superstructure. That gives an easy passage on deck, good sheeting possibilities for the headsail, as well as ideal support for the mast. An optional code zero or gennaker is flown between the masthead and a removable bowsprit.

Heavy lead keel on deep bilge

The lead keel has a heavy bulb and weighs 4 tons. The keel is bolted onto a deep bilge, for both strength and comfort. The rudder is deep and with good rudder bearings for good feel and control even under tough conditions. The hull has an integral rubbing rail.

 


Lots of natural light and ventilation

OPTION FOR ONE OR TWO AFT CABINS

There are several interior options available, including one or two aft cabins, one or two heads, and armchairs or sofas in the saloon

Bright and welcoming interior

Below deck the interior is roomy and bright. The saloon is bathed in natural light. There are double large skylights in the saloon, and the boat has four hull portlights, of which two are in the saloon. Hull portlights give you good contact with the surroundings while seated. All side port lights are opening and the same large size as on the Hallberg-Rassy 54. The galley is big, U shaped and seagoing. Both sofas in the saloon are a full two metres long. There are options of one or two heads. There are options of one or two separate showers with PlexiGlass doors.

Generously sized engine

The engine is a generously sized 75 HP with 340 litres of fuel, which gives a long cruising range.

Popular in the press

The magazine Sailing Today from the UK writes: "The Hallberg-Rassy 412 is one of the yard's quicker models, but still retains the excellent build quality and craftsmanship of this well-respected marque of bluewater cruisers."



WINNER OF SAILBOAT OF THE YEAR 2013

We are pleased to report that the Hallberg-Rassy 412 has been nominated to three different titles; Sailboat of the Year in Sweden,  European Yacht of the Year 2012/2013 in the category "Luxury cruiser", as well as Hiswa Boat of the Year in Benelux. That means that the Hallberg-Rassy 412 has been ranked as one of the most interesting and promising newcomers of its class. The Hallberg-Rassy 412 as won the Sailboat of the Year in Sweden 2013, Luxury category and the jury says the following about the 412: "Creative renewal within the luxury yacht concept"


360 degrees views

For a 360 degrees views of Hallberg-Rassy 412 interiors, both with single and twin aft cabin, large or small forward head, please follow these two links. It works well on both desktops, tablets and smartphones.

hallberg-rassy 412 data sheet

Designer Germán Frers
CE category A - Unlimited ocean voyages
Hull length 12.61 m / 41' 5"
Waterline at rest 11.50 m / 37' 9"
Beam 4.11 m / 13' 6"
Draft, empty standard boat 1.99 m * / 6' 7" *
Displacement, empty standard boat 11.1 t / 24 400 lbs
Keel weight 4.0 t / 8 830 lbs
Keel type lead on deep bilge
Sail area with genoajib 90 m² / 970 sq ft
Sail area with Code Zero 130.9 m²/ 1 410 sq ft
* = Also available as a 10 cm shallower draft version
Air draft, ex Windex 19.65 m / 64' 6'
Headroom saloon 1.96 m / 6' 5''
Engine Volvo Penta D2-75
Cylinders 4
kW / HP at crank shaft 55 / 75
Engine displacement 2.19 litres
Engine alternator 115 A
Diesel tanks 380 litres / 102 US gallon
Fresh water tanks 680 litres / 182 US gallon
STIX 47
Transport height with windshield 4.35 m / 14' 3"
Transport height without windscreen, dorades, steering wheel and pulpit 4.0 m / 13' 2"

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