209 HALLBERG-RASSY 39 BUILT DURING THIRTEEN YEARS PRODUCTION

Hallberg-Rassy 39 was built from 1991 until 2003. A total of 209 boats were built. Number 1-54 between 1991 and 1994 were the Mark I, number 55-209 were Mark II 1994-2003. You'll find info on the Mark I here.

 

CONCEPT

This is a yacht with two very generous double cabins and a vast toilet compartment. You often hear that every boat is 1 m too short. This does not apply to the Hallberg-Rassy 39. There are not too many berths, but the interior is fabulously roomy and allows for excellent elbow space for her crew. Someone said that the HR 39 is the world's most perfect 36-footer. That says a lot about the concept of the Hallberg-Rassy 39.


A seagoing galley
A seagoing galley

COMFORTABLE INTERIOR

The layout offers much storage and provides excellent comfort. The interior allows for some special solutions like the famous Hallberg-Rassy Chairs in the saloon. These were introduced by Hallberg-Rassy in 1984 and many boat yards around the world have tried to copy these. The aft cabin can be built with two separate berths or a queen size berth at starboard and a L-sofa at port. The galley is seagoing and does not interfere with the natural flow through the boat. Storage throughout the boat is generous.


Hallberg-Rassy 39 Mk II Data Sheet

Designer Germán Frers
CE category A - Unlimited ocean voyages
Hull length 12.22 m / 40' 1"
Waterline at rest 9.85 m / 32'
Beam 3.76 m / 12' 4"
Draft, empty standard boat 1.85 m / 6' 1"*
Shallow draft version less 20 cm
Displacement, empty standard boat 10 000 kg / 22 045 lbs
Keel weight 4 200 kg / 9 260 lbs
Keel type lead on deep bilge
* Also available as a shallow draft version
Sail area with jib 75 m² / 807 sq ft
Sail area with genoa 82 m² / 882 sq ft
Engine Volvo Penta D2-55
Power at crank shaft 41 kW / 55 HP
Drive type Shaft
Number of cylinders 4
Diesel 376 litres / 100 US gallon
Fresh water 450 litres / 119 US gallon
Transport height without windscreen 3.80 m / 12' 5"
Transport height with windscreen 4.20 m / 13' 9"