ONE OF THE LONGEST PRODUCTION RUNS IN HALLBERG-RASSY'S HISTORY
The Hallberg-Rassy 31 was built 18 years (!) from 1992 - 2009 in 356 units. That is one of the longest production runs in Hallberg-Rassy's history. From number 307, the boat was modified to the Hallberg-Rassy 31 Mark II version, see further info here. The Hallberg-Rassy 31 is a true Hallberg-Rassy, with the same high level of quality and elegance as her larger sisters.
WELL LAID OUT INTERIOR
The interior woodwork and joinery is done in the selected mahogany that has become a Hallberg-Rassy trademark. The interior is extremely well laid out for her size. A full size navigation table, a spacious galley, saloon, large head and shower compartment, and two private staterooms gives you the volume and space that you would normally find on a much larger boat.
The cockpit is comfortable and easily accommodates your guest, and has generous capabilities.
EXCELLENT SAILING CHARACTERISTICS
Designed by Germán Frers, the Hallberg-Rassy 31 has excellent sailing characteristics. The boat is well balanced, and gently moves through the water, pointing and going to weather like no other 31 foot performance cruiser of her time age. She is easily single handed, as all lines are lead aft to the cockpit.
"Sailing with safety and comfort at a good speed are the main characteristics offered by the Hallberg-Rassy 31. This medium displacement modern hull is fitted with efficient keel, rudder and a modern comprehensive fractional rig. The result is a boat, which can cope with all weather conditions safely, and will also give the owner and his family many hours of pleasant sailing.
The interior is exceptionally well laid out giving an air of spaciousness unusual for a boat of this size. There are two separate double cabins, one forward and one aft, also a large toilet aft. With a full size saloon, ample galley and complete chart table, it offers the amenities and comfort of a larger yacht. There is excellent protection from the weather in the aft cockpit. The seats are two metres long. Part of the starboard seat lifts up to give access to a very generous stowage area.
For a yachtsman not interested in the latest racing gimmicks but in a proper 9.5 metre boat with a more than respectable speed, with good cruising attributes, the Hallberg-Rassy 31 will be very hard to beat."
|CE category||A - Unlimited ocean voyages|
|Hull length||9.62 m / 31' 7"'|
|Waterline at rest||8.26 m / 27'1''|
|Beam||3.30 m / 10' 10"|
|Draft, empty standard boat||1.71 m / 5' 7" *|
|Displacement, empty standard boat||4 500 kg / 9 920 lbs|
|Keel weight||2 000 kg / 4 410 lbs|
|Keel type||lead on deep bilge|
|Headroom saloon||1.86 m / 6' 1 1/2''|
|* = Also available as a 30 cm more shallow draft version|
|Sail area with jib||46 m² / 495 sq ft|
|Sail area with genoa||56.3 m² / 606 sq ft|
|Air draft, ex Windex or antenna||14.8 m / 48' 7''|
|Engine||Volvo Penta 2002, later 2020|
|Number of cylinders||2002: 2, 2020: 3|
|Power at crank shaft||14 / 19|
|Engine alternator||60 A|
|Diesel tank||60 litres / 15.9 US gallon|
|Fresh water tank||190 litres / 50.2 US gallon|
|Transport height with windscreen, without pulpit||3.65 m / 12'|