With the new Hallberg-Rassy 340, the Swedish shipyard delivers the best of Hallberg-Rassy and cleverly combines it with the latest Frers design. As a result, the new HR 340 became a powerful yacht with remarkably high levels of comfort. The modern, upright stempost and the long underwater line with rounded shapes in the underwater hull at the bow make for good sailing characteristics and course stability of the Hallberg-Rassy 340. The new Hallberg-Rassy 340 replaces the 342, which has been built 328 times over the last 13 years.
Optional twin helm For the first time, Hallberg-Rassy also offers a dual helm option on the new HR 340 in addition to the standard tiller steering. Like its predecessor, the HR-34, the Hallberg-Rassy 340 also has a double rudder system which makes the yacht easy to stear and easy to control even in rough weather conditions. As usual, the spacious cockpit of the Hallberg-Rassy offers both the helmsmen and the guests on board good protection even in rough conditions at sea.
Well organized deck Cockpit and deck layout are, as usual on a Hallberg-Rassy yacht, well structured and functional. An additional storage compartment for excess lines behind the halyard cleats provides extra freedom of movement in the cockpit. Another innovation introduced by Hallberg-Rassy in the HR 340 is the option of a fold-down bathing platform, which, when closed, creates an elegant transom.
A lot of space bekow deck Below decks, the Hallberg-Rassy 340 offers plenty of room for a yacht of this size. The front cabin, which acts as the owner's cabin, offers plenty of space, including a 2.04 meter double berth and plenty of storage space. In addition, the owner's cabin has a separate bathroom with sink and toilet. The aft cabin also features a spacious double berth and plenty of storage space.
Clever location for the pantry The salon area of the 340 also offers a generous amount of living space, as the mast is located directly at the main bulkhead, thus allowing for more space. The location of the kitchen area also contributes to an efficient usage of space and allows for free movement under the deck even when cooking is under way. The cozy seating area with two 2-meter sofas and a folding dining table invites you to socialize during meal times.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 10.95 m Beam: 3.47 m Draft: 1.90 m Displacement: 5,980 kg Engine: 29 hp, saildrive
A beautiful, round bow, a delicate small stern, the superstructure flat and angular and at the same time skilfully fitted into the lines. An important prerequisite for a successful Daysailer. The Eagle 37 is a real eye-catcher and celebrates its world premiere at boot 2019.