Hallberg-Rassy re-introduces Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter with bilge keels

01 Apr. 2020

The Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter was previously built in 195 units between 1981 and 1994 and the special bilge keel version was an option. Now Hallberg-Rassy re-introduces this special model, with two extra keels at the sides. With this feature you can let the boat fall dry as in the photo, without falling over too much. This opens up a whole new market for Hallberg-Rassy.

The Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter is a charming motor sailor and a departure from the range of other Hallberg-Rassy yachts. This model with bilge keels does not have twin rudders but triple keels. She has a pilot house and the hull reminds of the beautiful lines of a traditional Swedish fishing boat, but has a more pronounced keel. The 94 has a fuller hull than other Hallberg-Rassy designs from this era and a canoe stern and a full keel.

The first boat will premiere at Open Yard / Öppet Varv. Scandinavia's largest sailboat show, in Ellös, 21-23 August 2020.

This is a special edition that may only be ordered on 1st of April every year.