The all-new bluewater Hallberg-Rassy 40C will make the World debut at next BOOT 2020 (18-26 January 2020): the exterior unites two worlds in an elegant way. At the same
The bow is upright for
The Hallberg-Rassy 40C has twin rudders for full sailing control and safety. Needless to say, there are typical Hallberg-Rassy solutions, such
The rig is modern and easy to handle. There are no runners needed, not even with an inner hard wind sail. The headsail is only slightly overlapping, which makes tacking very easy. There is also an option for a self-tacking jib. The jib
The top shrouds and the lowers are separated on the deck, making it easy for a passage on deck, easy to sheet the headsail, and providing a wide and stable base for the mast. This is a Hallberg-Rassy invention. The boat has a powerful backstay tackle with 1:48 purchase as standard, that makes it easy both to increase and decrease backstay tension.
Cockpit with hardtop option
The new Hallberg-Rassy 40C may be ordered either with the traditional
The cockpit coamings are wide, an advantage both for sitting there and for the interior volume. There are hidden control lines to a winch in the starboard side cockpit coaming. The steering pedestal has lots of space for chart plotter and control buttons, making
The interior has a lot of
There are two galleys choices: large or enormous. With the option of the enormous, you get both increased work top area, increased galley storage and an additional, front opening, fridge. With this galley, it is also possible to add a dish washer and a micro wave.
If you go for the second largest galley, you get increased cockpit locker space. Both galleys are seagoing and do not interfere with the passage through to the aft cabin.
Also in the aft
This version can also easily be combined with a stern thruster, which makes it possible to push the boat on to the dock, even if the wind is pushing the boat in the opposite direction. In both aft cabin