Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter was built for fourteen years between 1981 and 1994. A total of 195 hulls were built. The Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter is a charming motor sailor and a departure from the range of other Hallberg-Rassy yachts. 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 cockpit has a steering house, which has been available in two different versions with different angling of the wind screen. The sail area is rather moderate for a 31 footer but she sails surprisingly well for her type. She tacks well even in a light breeze without help of the engine. There are Hallberg-Rassy 94s who have crossed the Atlantic. The Volvo Penta engine is generous. The interior has four very good berths and ample of stowage.

Hallberg-Rassy 94 Kutter Data Sheet

Designers Olle Enderlein / Christoph Rassy
Hull length 9.40 m / 30'10"
Waterline at rest 8.55 m / 28' 1"
Beam 3.25 m / 10'8"
Draft, empty standard boat 1.15 m / 3'9"
Displacement, empty standard boat 5.2 tons / 11 465 lbs
Keel weight 1 800 kg / 3970 lbs
Keel type Steel encapsulated in deep bilge
Sail area with jib 33 m² / 355 sq ft
Air draft, ex Windex or antenna 11.22 m/ 38 ft 10 inch
Engine Volvo Penta MD 17 and later 2003 Turbo Diesel
Power at crank shaft 36/43 HP / 26/32 kW
Diesel tank 150 litres
Fresh water tank 150 litres
Transport height without wheelhouse and pulpit 2.74 m / 9'
Transport height with wheelhouse 3.44 m / 11' 3"