The Hallberg-Rassy 29 was built from 1982 until 1994. A total of 571 boats were built. The HR 29 was offered with or without quarter berth. The version without quarter berth has an additional cockpit locker. She is a timeless and beautiful boat that will always have her admirers.


Quoting a letter received from a happy Hallberg-Rassy 29 owner:

In praise of my Hallberg-Rassy 29

I bought my Hallberg-Rassy 29 from you in June 1991 since when I have had a very great deal of enjoyable sailing with my boat around Sweden, Denmark, Norway, northern France and UK. She performed well in all conditions and I would like you to know that on Monday of this week she was put to the test in rough conditions when wind strength reached 9 Beaufort on my passage from Dorset to Hamble. Our press reported that on that afternoon 25 boats participating in Cowes' week events were dismasted in the Solent but the Hallberg-Rassy 29 (who was not racing) dealt well with those conditions and she proved once again to be extremely sturdy. There are a number of positive features about the Hallberg-Rassy 29 but I just thought that you might be interested in this last experience.


Designers Olle Enderlein / Christoph Rassy
Hull length 8.90 m / 29'2"
Waterline at rest 7.25 m / 23' 10"
Beam 2.83 m / 9'3"
Draught, empty standard boat 1.59 m / 5'3"
Displacement, empty standard boat 3 800 kg / 8380 lbs
Keel weight 1 750 kg / 3860 lbs
Keel type Steel incapsulated in GRP bilge
Headroom saloon 1.80 m / 5' 11''
Sail area with jib 38 m² / 409 sq ft
Sail area with genoa 50 m²
Engine Volvo Penta 2002 S120B
Power 13 kW / 18 HP
Diesel tank 60 litres / 15.9 US gallon
Fresh water tank 120 litres / 31.7 US gallon
Mast top above water, excluding Windex/antenna 13.05 m / 42' 10"
Transport height to tallest GRP part 3.08 m / 10' 1"