Hallberg-Rassy 69, The Greatest Hallberg-Rassy Ever Built… Literally!

The 22.22 m Hallberg-Rassy 69 is designed by German Frers, like the rest of the range. Approved in category A, the new flagship has been designed for a family crew thanks to automated maneuvers. At the same time there is room for a deckhand or skipper if desired. The world debut will take place at Boot Düsseldorf, 20-28 January 2024. This will be the largest sailing yacht at the show. 

Hallberg-Rassy 69
Credits Anton Bylund – Hallberg Rassy

Hallberg-Rassy 69 Exteriors

The exterior of this true bluewater model exudes graceful elegance with its sweeping lines. The deck of the Hallberg-Rassy 69 is clean and completely flushed forward of the mast. The deck locker spaces are huge. The central cockpit is large, and has two L-shaped sofas, and a large and solid wooden cockpit table in high-gloss varnish. There is an optional cockpit fridge. The cockpit is well protected by the Hallberg-Rassy-typical windshield or hardtop. The double helm station is located aft with the winches close by.

Hallberg-Rassy 69
Credits Ludovic Fruchaud – Hallberg-Rassy

Hallberg-Rassy 69 interiors

The interior of the Hallberg-Rassy 69 is located on a level from bow to stern, important for moving freely, whether it is while sailing or at anchor, or in port. There is an unusual amount of natural light, with eight hull portlights. You sit in the saloon and look out through the large hull portlights. It provides full contact with the outside world, while blinds can easily be pulled on if transparency or sunlight is not desired.

Hallberg-Rassy 69
Credits Ludovic Fruchaud – Hallberg-Rassy

A person of normal height looks upright through the large saloon portlights. The interior design options enable a walk-in closet, a cabin for a deckhand, and VIP guest cabins.

The engine is a Volvo Penta 6-cylinder D6-300 (300 hp). The machine hold is large, soundproofed, and can accommodate many technical equipment. It is easily accessible for maintenance and servicing.

Hallberg-Rassy 69
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Hallberg-Rassy 69 specs

DesignerGermán Frers Naval Architecture
CE categoryA – Unlimited ocean voyages
Hull length20.96 m / 68’ 9”
Maximum length22.22 m / 72’ 11’’
Waterline at rest19.70 m / 64’ 8’’
Beam without rubrail5.89 m / 19’ 4”
Draught, empty standard boat2.70 m* / 8’ 10” *
Displacement, empty standard boat46.5 t / 102 500 lbs
Keel weight17.3 t / 38 140 lbs
Keel typelead on deep bilge
Standard sail area with genoa/jib224.4 m² / 2 415 ft²
Sail area, optimized main and genoa/jib257.4 m² / 2 771 ft²
Air draft, ex Windex31.3 m / 102’ 8’’
EngineVolvo Penta D6-300
Diesel2 200 l / 581 US gallon
Fresh water1 700 l /449 US gallon
*Also available as a shallow draught version
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