Grand Soleil - Performance line 37
For the competitively minded, the Grand Soleil 37’ is available in a dedicated Race configuration, custom designed and built by Cantiere del Pardo, with carbon rudder, sail area and appendages specifically sized to maximise racing performance. And for everything else, perhaps even just a short pleasure cruise with friends, the outfitting of the yacht remains unaltered.

Hallberg-Rassy 64
The new Hallberg-Rassy 64 is literally Great News. It is the greatest boat ever built by Hallberg-Rassy. It is unmistakably a true Hallberg-Rassy and at the same time she offers a lot of new features.

Hallberg-Rassy 62
"As the top of the line of high quality offshore cruising boats produced by this world renowned builder, the Hallberg-Rassy 62 represents years of experience and a synergy of efforts on the part of Hallberg-Rassy and our design office to produce the best possible yacht of its kind. The high performance, well balanced, strong hull of moderate draft is matched by an efficient and easy to handle sail plan. The areas reserved for leisure on deck are very generous and the interior has plenty of natural light and ventilation. A new owner will immediately be able to appreciate Hallberg-Rassy’s know how building and fitting out their yachts, as much as their design and performance in all conditions."

First impressions of the Hallberg-Rassy 54 The transom is completely closed when the bathing platform is folded up. Folded down, with a wireless remote control, there is an enormous swim platform. There is an elegant sundeck lowered into the coachroof of the aft cabin. This sundeck is completely free from winches, tracks, clutches or vents, even the deckhatch is flush mounted with the teak.

Hallberg-Rassy 48
The Hallberg-Rassy 48 is a comfortable long distance cruiser based on the same winning concept the predecessor Hallberg-Rassy 46 has, but with fifteen more years of Frers’ and Hallberg-Rassy’s experience incorporated. The Hallberg-Rassy 48 is an all-over new design, starting with a blank sheet of paper. The hull is just 21 cm longer but offers more living space inside, thanks to better use of the hull length. The waterline is no less than 135 cm longer. The sailing performance is all over up to date. Hull, rig, rudder and keel profiles include Frers latest experience.


Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk II
The original HR 43 has been built in no less than 150 units. As model year 2008, a new updated version, the Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk II, was presented. There is a long row of improvements on the Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk II:

Hallberg-Rassy 40
“The Hallberg-Rassy 40 is a long distance cruiser of highest quality from the Swedish island Orust. The boat is the result of the yard’s long experience in boatbuilding. This has in the Hallberg-Rassy 40 been further developed to a discrete elegance. Without looking at trends, this is a modern yacht built to highest standards in respect of equipment and comfort.”

Hallberg-Rassy 37
The Hallberg-Rassy 37 is a well-built long distance cruiser with great comfort. The centre cockpit is very well protected by the Hallberg-Rassy typical wind screen. There is a good aft deck, making movement on deck easy. Her interior layout allows for an airy aft cabin, well separated from the saloon, yet easily accessible. The big engine room even allows for installation of a power generator. Her tankage is generous for long range cruising. The woodwork is crafted by experienced boat builders.

Hallberg-Rassy 372
Hallberg-Rassy may be most known for its centre cockpit boats, but over 5 500 of so far 8 900 built Hallberg-Rassys have an aft cockpit. The all-new Hallberg-Rassy 372 is the largest aft cockpit Hallberg-Rassy built. The aft cockpit HR 372 is in every aspect an all-new Frers design and is not based on the centre cockpit Hallberg-Rassy 37 and does not replace the HR 37. The Hallberg-Rassy 372 is optimized for comfortable and fast family cruising. She will take you anywhere, anytime. Compared to the Hallberg-Rassy 37, the 372 is only a few centimetres longer, is 5 cm wider and has a fuller transom. The canoe body is slightly shallower and the keel slightly deeper and lighter. The aft and mid sections of the hull are flatter and the bow section sharper. The sheer line is more pronounced. The yacht breathes graceful elegance.

Hallberg-Rassy 342
This model has proved to be a sales success from the start. 15 years earlier the almost revolutionary Hallberg-Rassy 34 was launched. Never before had it been possible to combine so much sailing joy in such a comfortable and elegant yacht. This meant the model became one of the yard’s best sellers with over 500 sold. The Hallberg-Rassy 342 is a complete new design that gives a little more of everything and at the same time offers all the good values that made the HR 34 so successful. Key words such as sailing performance, timeless elegance, comfort, fine joinery work and ease of handling are valid for both models. But the Hallberg-Rassy 342 uses its hull dimensions to greater effect.


Hallberg-Rassy 310
After the experience gained from building no less than 2,145 31 footers (Monsun 31, 312, 94 Kutter and 31) and the overwhelming response to the introduction of the HR 372, Hallberg-Rassy now introduces the all-new Frers-designed Hallberg-Rassy 310. She replaces the successful Hallberg-Rassy 31 Mk II which has been in production for 16 (!) years and even in 2006 was able to win comparative tests with other yachts of her size. Designs that are right from the beginning, simply have a better future.


Dehler 60
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to h

Dehler 41
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!

Dehler 35 SQ
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!


Dehler 35
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!

Dehler 32
Crafted elegance 50 years of German craftsmanship paired with a meticulous strive for perfect engineering have created a boat unrivalled in her offer to the proud owner. Dehler, a truly elegant sport-cruiser with a well recognized edge for performance. Whether indulging on a relaxed cruise or competing in a hard fought race: Her merits do not have to be won over and over. She already holds all records of most importance to her owner. She is a boat made for those who know what really matters in sailing. An easy yet fast sail with that extra backup in safety due to her rigid construction is what she can offer to make a swift and safe journey a well remembered event.

Dehler 29
MY BOAT . MY HOME. Excellent sailing qualities and a family-friendly level of comfort are not mutually exclusive. Below deck every last centimetre is put to sensible use. The result is 29 feet that incorporate 6 bunks and plenty of stowage space. Dehler has systematically applied all its experience to produce an optimum layout, where modern design, the use of selected materials and premium workmanship are sure to impress.

Pacer 310 Sprint
The All New Pacer 310 Sprint. Designed as a Cruiser/Racer, with a light displacement, high stability aspects, spacious modern Cockpit and full interior with standing headroom, the Pacer 310 Sprint will appeal to a wide sector of the sailing community. For the Racers, the Pacer 310 Sprint is built as a strict 'One Design' class. For the Cruisers, the full interior with good stowage, 6 berths and comfort levels will answer many questions. The overall thrust of this model, is quality and ease-of-sail.

Pacer 400
The Pacer 400 is offered in the following models: CR - Vinylester Cruiser EP - Epoxy Cruiser Racer (premium finishes) R - Epoxy Regatta Boat The Pacer 400 from the Pacer 376 in that she does not have the hard chines of the '376. She has a completely different hull shape, whilst the proven general deck design layout of the '376 has been retained. Her coachroof arrangement is different, offering a different treatment of the halyards and controls leading back to the cockpit, and the addition of a saloon to deck opening hatch for those hot summer nights. The deckgear arrangement is optimised for performance and shorthanded sailing. The cockpit is spacious and the interior offers a modern, clean look, with the beautiful trims and comforts afforded the Pacer 376. Main difference below decks, with the private owners cabin and direct access to the heads from the saloon, so affording privacy in the forepeak cabin. A beautiful blend of joinery and clean-looking modules below decks create a contemporary look and feel. The fully equipped 'L' shaped Galley offers everything at hand, together with ample stowage. The dedicated Navigation Station with desk and distribution board and instrument panel close at hand is adjacent to the Galley, whilst the saloon is spacious with folding saloon table, grab-handles in the correct positions, offering easy access to the fwd private double berth cabin, or heads.



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