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Hallberg-Rassy 62 is a Offshore cruising sailboat built by Hallberg-Rassy and designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering. Her first hull was built in 1997 and a Keel stepped mast mast configuration.

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HALLBERG-RASSY 62 Sailboat Specifications​


Overall Length (LOA) m / ft18.88 m / 61.94 ft
Designer(s)Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering
categoryOffshore cruising sailboat
Hull TypeMonohull
Number of Hulls Built25
First Hull Built1997
Last Hull Built2011
AppendagesKeel L-shaped keel (with bulb)
HelmSingle helm wheel
RudderSingle semi-spade rudder
CockpitCenter cockpit
Ballast TypeLead on deep GRP bilge
Rigging TypeCutter Marconi masthead
Mast LayoutKeel stepped mast
Freshwater Tank Capacity lt/gal1560 L / 412.1 gal
Ballast Ratio0.33


Overall Length (LOA) 18.88 m / 61.94 ft
Hull Length18.88 m / 61.11 ft
Waterline Length (LWL)15.96 m / 52.5 ft
Beam (width)5.25 m / 17.2 ft
Draft2.5 m / 8.2 ft
Light Displacement (MLC) 33000 kg / 72753 lb
Maximum Displacement33000 kg / 72752 lb
Ballast Weight11000 kg / 24251 lb


Critical Hull Speed9.70 knots
Capsize Screening Formula (CSF)1.62
Comfort Ratio48.49
Displacement-Length Ratio (DLR)230
Ballast Ratio0.33
Sail Area to Displacement16.87
Upwind Sail Area to Displacement19.72 m²/T / 212 ft²/T
Downwind Sail Area to Displacement39.16 m²/T / 422 ft²/T

Above Deck

Mast LayoutKeel stepped mast
Mast Height from DWL26.4 m / 86.7 ft
Rotating SparsNo
Number of Levels of Spreaders3
Spreaders Angle0 °
Spars ConstructionAluminum spars
Standing RiggingSingle-strand (ROD)
Estimated Forestay Length25.93 m / 85.07 ft
Reported Sail Area169.92 m² / 1829.00 ft²
Total Sail Area175.80 m² / 1892.25 ft²
Upwind Sail Area202.9 m² / 2184 ft²
Downwind Sail Area402.9 m² / 4337 ft²
Mainsail Area80.9 m² / 871 ft²
Genoa Area122 m² / 1313 ft²
I81.27 ft * 24.77 m
J25.13 ft * 7.66 m
P71.46 ft * 21.78 m
E24.38 ft * 7.43 m

Engine Room

Engine(s)1 inboard engine
Engine(s) Power225 HP
Fuel typeDiesel
Fuel Tank Capacity1610 L / 425.3 gal