the Hallberg-Rassy 412 will be launched summer 2012.
Good turn of speed
Frers’ speed prediction diagram indicates that the new
Hallberg-Rassy 412 will in only 12 knots of true wind,
100 degrees wind angle achieve 8.08 knots boatspeed
through the water.
A clean deck layout
Halyards are hidden under the coach roof and are
handled by two winches on the cockpit coaming, without
interfering the exterior chart tables. This solution makes
it possible to achieve Hallberg-Rassy typical Push Button
Sailing with optional electric halyard and control winches,
without disturbing the interior, even with a traditional
non-furling mainsail. There are two big exterior chart
tables in teak. It goes without saying that the cockpit is
well protected by a windscreen that blends perfectly into
the lines of the yacht.
There are no less than seven large deck hatches, all flush
mounted so that the glass is level with the coach roof or
the teak deck.
The genoajib furler has an under deck mounted drum to
get clean deck lines. The optional electric anchor windlass
is also mounted under deck.
The aft cockpit is very generous; 312 cm long with
264 cm long seats. As standard, there is an elegant teak
cockpit table on the pedestal. As an option, there is a large
fixed cockpit table available. The wide steering pedestal
has space for many buttons, instruments and a 12 inch
plotter. The leather covered steering wheel is a large 122
cm diameter. The steering is directly linked, for a precise
sailing experience. There is an option for a bimini top.
A modern sail plan
The modern sail plan is made for easy handling, with its
greater mainsail and only slightly overlapping genoajib.
There is an option of a self tacking jib. A powerful
backstay tensioner is fitted as standard. The rig has triple
swept-back spreaders, the top shrouds go out to near
the toe rail and the lowers are positioned close to the
superstructure for easy passage on deck. An optional
gennaker is flown between the masthead and a removable
Bright and inviting interior
Below deck the interior is roomy and bright. The saloon
is bathed in natural light. There are double large skylights
in the saloon, and the boat has four hull portlights, of
which two are in the saloon. Hull portlights give you
good contact with the surroundings while seated. All
side port lights are opening and the same large size as on
the Hallberg-Rassy 54. The galley is big, U shaped and
seagoing. Both sofas in the saloon are a full two metres
long. There are options of one or two heads. There are
options of one or two separate showers with PlexiGlass
Option for one or two aft cabins
There are several interior options available, including one
or two aft cabins, one or two heads, and armchairs or sofas
in the saloon
Heavy lead keel on deep bilge
The lead keel has a heavy bulb and weighs 4 tons. The keel
is bolted onto a deep bilge, for both strength and comfort.
The rudder is deep and with good rudder bearings for
good feel and control even under tough conditions. The
hull has an integral rubbing rail.
Generously sized engine
The engine is a generously sized 55kW/75HP with 340
litres of fuel, which gives a long cruising range.
Order now, sail summer 2012
Order your new Hallberg-Rassy 412 now and sail the
summer of 2012. First premiere on a boat show will be at
the Hallberg-Rassy Open House 24-26 August 2012.