Specifications of Hallberg-Rassy 54

The sailing yacht Hallberg-Rassy 54 had been produced by the brand Hallberg-Rassy since 2010 to 2014. Hallberg-Rassy 54 is a 16.74 meters center-cockpit yacht with a draft of 2.30 meters.

16.74m  / 55'
4.70m  / 15' 6"
2.30m  / 7' 7"
Displacement, t
26.3 (half load)
Fuel capacity, l
Water tank, l
Manufacturer's data
Country of origin
Release period
2010 – 2014

Overview of Hallberg-Rassy 54

The HR 54 is a kind of transition yacht from relatively small cruisers to large vessels over 60 feet long. As a result, special attention was paid to the development of this model, with careful attention to details that are not paid much attention to on smaller boats. So, for example, on ergonomic models the angle of inclination of coamings of a cockpit was worked out so that the helmsman and guests could sit comfortably. Anchor unit and folding bathing platform are controlled from remote controls. The shipyard has been very attentive to the noise insulation of the engine room - the noise level of the yacht is one of the best in its class.
The yacht is equipped with a tender - it is convenient for long distance voyages, especially ocean cruises. The gear is hydraulically operated and the main school winches, although electric, are equipped with a system of so-called soft «start, which eliminates»a sharp jerk at start.

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