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Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk III

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"TRADITION AND FRESH IDEAS IN A TASTEFUL BLEND"

The Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mark III is new 2013. She follows the success of the 64, 55 and 48 Mk II with more natural light, more elegance and further improved interior comfort. An already good boat got even better.

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27 IMPROVEMENTS

There are 27 improvements compared to the 43 Mk II:

Exterior:

  • New saloon portlights; larger, frameless, tempered glass, like on the 48 Mk II, 55 and 64, give more natural light
  • 4 hull portlights; two in the saloon and two in the aft cabin, give eye-contact to the world outside while seated in the saloon
  • New low profile ventilators with built in ping pong balls like on the 412, 48 Mk II and 55
  • New more elegant design of the windshield with rounded top on the side panels, similar to the 412, 48 Mk II and 55
  • New more elegant design of the pushpit and pulpit, similar to the 412 and 55
  • Larger forward anchor locker
  • Improved aft deck lockers as on the 48 Mk II, 55 and 64, which means improved watertightness
  • Possibility for FatFurl furling mainsail, with headboard and good roach
  • Possibility to install retractable bow and stern thrusters, with docking function, which makes it possible to push the boat to the dock, even if the wind is blowing from the shoreline, without the need to stand at the helm position
  • Possibility to get the genoa sheet winches as REVO, which means also reversible function
  • Deeper cockpit floor under the grating for greater drainage capacity without compromising the easy access to the cabin
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INTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS:

  • V cabin 5 cm longer berths, lower, located slightly more aft in the boat. Because of that, the width of the berths is kept the same
  • Forward toilet compartment from the Hallberg-Rassy 412
  • L shaped port side sofa in the saloon 8 cm longer
  • Starboard saloon sofa 1 cm longer
  • Space between entrance stair to saloon table increased
  • Saloon alcoves with white painted wooden panels and hull portlights like 412, 48 Mk II, 55 and 64
  • Possibility for good size retractable 32 inch TV on port side of the saloon
  • Possibility for retractable washboard for the entrance
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  • Larger galley: 7 cm more worktop in the aft end
  • Galley centre part extended 7 cm for more worktop space
  • Opening portlight between galley and cockpit
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  • Possibility for real centre line berth in aft cabin, sofa to port, make-up table to starboard
  • When centre line berth is ordered, the aft deck lockers are deeper and narrower than with the standard arrangement, to allow for full height in the aft cabin to sleep with your feet at the forward end
  • When standard aft cabin layout with two individual berths are ordered, then the aft deck storage has the same shape as on the 43 Mk II
  • Bookshelfs in v cabin and aft cabin as on the Hallberg-Rassy 55, which means more open arrangement and white wooden lining inside the alcoves
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The new Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk III is tradition and fresh ideas in a tasteful blend.

360 DEGREES VIEW

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For a 360 degrees view of a Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mk III interior including saloon, forward cabin, aft cabin and cockpit, please follow this link.
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PLANS

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DATA SHEET

Designer Germán Frers
CE category A - Unlimited ocean voyages
Hull length 13.57 m / 44' 6"
Waterline at rest 11.75 m / 38' 7"
Beam 4.08 m / 13' 5"
Draught, empty standard boat 2.00 m * / 6' 7" *
Displacement, empty standard boat 12.7 T / 28 000 lbs
Keel weight 4.5 t / 9 950 lbs
Keel type lead on deep bilge
*= Also available with 30 cm less draught
Sail area with jib 95.1 m² / 1 024 sq ft
Sail area with genoa 110.2 m² / 1 186 sq ft
Air draft, ex Windex 20.2 m / 66' 4" **
Engine Volvo Penta D2-75
Power at crank shaft 55 kW / 75 HP
Diesel tank 395 litres / 104 US gallon
Fresh water tanks 650 litres / 172 US gallon
Transport height without windscreen 3.89 m / 12' 10"
Transport height with windscreen 4.30 m / 14' 2"
**= Also available in a US version with less than 65 ft air draft with wind transducer

GALLERY

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