HALLBERG-RASSY 49 Detailed Review

If you are a boat enthusiast looking to get more information on specs, built, make, etc. of different boats, then here is a complete review of HALLBERG-RASSY 49. Built by Hallberg-Rassy and designed by Olle Enderlein, the boat was first built in 1982. It has a hull type of Fin with rudder on skeg and LOA is 14.94. Its sail area/displacement ratio 17.54. Its auxiliary power tank, manufactured by Volvo Penta, runs on Diesel.

HALLBERG-RASSY 49 has retained its value as a result of superior building, a solid reputation, and a devoted owner base. Read on to find out more about HALLBERG-RASSY 49 and decide if it is a fit for your boating needs.

Boat Information

Boat Specifications

LOA:14.94 m / 49.02 ft
Rigging Type:Staysail Ketch
Hull Type:Fin with rudder on skeg
S.A. (reported):116.04 m2 / 1249.04 ft2
Draft (max):2.21 m / 7.25 ft
Displacement:17554 kg / 38699.90 lbs
Ballast:8119 kg / 17899.31 lbs
Last Built:1997
Designers:Olle Enderlein
LWL:12.5 m / 41.01 ft

Sail Boat Calculation

Comfort Ratio:39.15
Capsize Screening Formula:1.72

Auxillary Power Tank

Make:Volvo Penta
Fuel:765 L / 202.09 gals


Designers:Olle Enderlein


Who designed the HALLBERG-RASSY 49?

HALLBERG-RASSY 49 was designed by Olle Enderlein.

Who builds HALLBERG-RASSY 49?

HALLBERG-RASSY 49 is built by Hallberg-Rassy.

When was HALLBERG-RASSY 49 first built?

HALLBERG-RASSY 49 was first built in 1982.

How long is HALLBERG-RASSY 49?

HALLBERG-RASSY 49 is 12.5 m in length.

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