Should you require more information in English regarding this object, please contact responsible agent: Niklas Lindgren, e-mail: email@example.com, phone: 0709-50 59 89
Hallberg-Rassy 54 is one of the most elegant models from Hallberg-Rassy to hit the water. This 54 has had one owner since 2012, when she was virtually as new. A fantastic yacht!
Hallberg-Rassy 54 replaced the successful Hallberg-Rassy 53 in 2006. Hallberg-Rassy 54 is based on a more modern hull-shape, yielding both a longer waterline and as a result higher speed through the water as well as more volume down below. The design also includes a deeper, free-hanging rudder, and the design overall clearly signals” more sailing”. This gives the owner a higher turn of speed, both adding to the sheer joy of sailing as well as faster passage times.
Following is an anecdote from 2007; I am sailing an X-119 along the Swedish south coats, believing that I am one of the faster boats on the water. In the distance I see what I believe is a Hellberg-Rassy that is gaining on me. What is this?! When it catches me, I see that is a Hellberg-Rassy 54, sailed by one person….
In many ways, this is a bit typical for a Rassy, the sailing characteristics are often surprisingly good, more so than many expect.
Down below you will find everything and then some. A superbly planned layout as you expect from Hallberg-Rassy. The floor is on one level throughout the boat, there is ample volume as well as standing head-room throughout. There are superb cabins, a great galley, a nav-station worthy an ocean-going yacht, a walk-in engine room, and a spacious saloon including the famous Rassy arm-chairs.
The aft owner’s cabin is spacious with a centre-line berth, en-suite bathroom, a separate work-desk, and plenty of storage pretty much everywhere. In front of the mast there is another cabin with a double berth, a cabin that Hallberg-Rassy calls a ”Super Cabin”. In front of the Super Cabin there is a more traditional fore-peak. In the area in front of the mast there is also a large second bathroom, where among other things the washing machine resides in its own compartment. This bathroom also serves as the day head.
The interior in this Hallberg-Rassy 54 is in teak rather than the standard mahogany. Absolutely stunning. The list of equipment is long, see details in the separate list of equipment via the link above. With the generous tankage added to the complete list of equipment, you can easily spend long periods, and covering long distances, aboard without the need to make port. Great for trips both near and far.
Thanks to the Hallberg-Rassy concept of “push-button sailing”, with hydraulic sail handling and electrical winches, the yachts is easily handled by one person when underway. A Volvo Penta D4-180 coupled with a bow-thruster makes manoeuvring simple and safe. Additionally, the two-geared Gori-propeller gives both great manoeuvring as well as added range using the propeller’s second gear under way in calmer waters.