Halberg-Rassy boats looking for a new owner

Boats I would consider to buy if I didn’t already have one 

                           

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Hallberg-Rassy boats have a lasting value. By the taste of many of sailors, classic Hallberg-Rassy’s are no less attractive than the current model range.

 

Not to be forgotten, price is also an issue and older boats are often remarkable inexpensive with a great potential, especially if you consider the possibility to undertake a refit.

I am often asked about suitable boats to buy and how one can find these on the market. Clients either wish to buy a good second hand boat ready to sail away in, alternatively, they wish to find a strong, undamaged, but neglected boat with outdated equipment, in order to do a total refit.

For this reason, I have tried to list a small selection of boats that I would consider to buy myself if I were in the boat buying process. These boats are either sold by the owners directly or I can refer to the corresponding broker.

The boats listed here for sale are either good examples of inexpensive boats suitable for a refit (which I might have not seen personally, yet), or boats that I have personally seen and are readily refitted or maintained to perfection.  In either case, these are boats I would suggest you look closer at, if you are looking to buy a boat. Please contact me for more details on the boat or in order to get in contact with the seller.

You are very welcome to contact me for more information about the listed boats.

Please also contact me in case you are interested in listing your Hallberg-Rassy boat here. We would need to agree on a meeting so I can take a very close look at your Hallberg-Rassy, talk about her background, get to know each other and to discuss her potentials. I believe in transparency, honesty and trust are key when dealing with second hand boats.



Two sisters, side-by-side: Blue Daisy is a copy of Regina Laska, immaculately refitted at Adams Boat Care 2013-14. Not often do you see a boat owner with such a broken heart, when he revealed to me that he might want to sell his boat. In this case, I know the boat better than anyone, possibly. We are talking about no other boat than the HR46 Blue Daisy, carefully refitted into every detail, thereby copying Regina Laska in most points. Click here to get more Info on this boat

HR46, EUR 450.000


I have knows this HR43 since she was new. And the owner is a good friend of mine, and not any of friends! Axel and Eva are two HR lovers and Axel has owned a HR36 before he bought this HR43 new from the yard in the same year as I got my HR40 Regina (2003). Click here to get more Info on this boat

HR43, EUR 288.000


This Swiss Hallberg-Rassy 43 is a Mk 1 from 2002 still has the sturdy two-spreader rig, which is identical to the one which was used for the HR46. It’s rig is thus extra rigid and perfect for blue-water cruising with an extensive list of extras and perfectly kept in a very good condition, as so often by a Swiss owner. The boat is offered without VAT, which is attractive to customers living outside the EU or running a charter company. Click here to get more Info on this boat

HR43Mk 1 EUR 230.000 plus VAT


This is the HR42F owned by my friend Franco, who is also featured in my new book “Zu Zweit an Bord”. He and his wife owned a HR40 together, but when they separated, she kept the Hallberg-Rassy 40 and left Franco without a boat… This, of course, he could not bare and bought his own Hallberg-Rassy. Click here to get more Info on this boat

HR42F, EUR 195.000


The owner of this 1995 HR42F decided to do something similar as I did with Regina Laska and had her completely refitted by a professional yard in Italy, BlueRefitting, specialised in refitting of prestigious boats, such as Swan, Hallberg-Rassy etc. He was so overwhelmed by the result that he now plans to do the same once more, but this time with a bigger HR boat. Click here to get more Info on this boat

HR42F, price on request
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