Flagship debuts

The new Hallberg-Rassy 69 was launched at its world premiere at boot Düsseldorf, 20 to 28 January.

06 February 2024


Designed by Germán Frers Naval Architecture, the 69 is not only the largest Hallberg-Rassy ever built, it was also the largest sailing yacht at the world’s largest boat show.

This flagship can be handled by a family crew, by the concept of effortless sail handling through Push Button Sailing. At the same time, there is room for deckhand or skipper if desired.

Graceful exterior

The exterior exudes graceful elegance with its sweeping lines. The deck is unusually clean and completely flushed forward of the mast. The 14.8 cubic meters of deck locker spaces are huge. The long cockpit has two L-shaped sofas, a large and solid wooden cockpit table in high-gloss varnish. There is an optional cockpit fridge.


The cockpit is well protected by the Hallberg-Rassy-typical windshield with folding softtop or hardtop. The helmsman’s position is unexposed and has good protection through a proper coaming around.

One-level interior

The interior is located on one level from bow to stern, important for moving freely, whether it is while sailing or at anchor or in port. There is an unusual amount of natural light, with eight hull portlights. You sit in the saloon and look out through the large hull portlights. They provide full contact with the outside world, while blinds can easily be pulled down if transparency or sunlight is not desired.

A person of normal height looks upright through the large saloon portlights. The interior design options enables a walk-in closet, a cabin for a deckhand, and VIP guest cabins.

Walk-in engine room

The engine is unusually well-dimensioned, even for a Hallberg-Rassy. It is a 6-cylinder Volvo Penta D6-300 of 300 hp with a high and flat torque with an incredible 790 Newton meters of torque at 2,100 rpm.

The engine room is large and has room for lots of technical equipment. It is also well sound insulated and easily accessible for service and maintenance.



Enjoy an insider view of the new flagship Hallberg-Rassy 69, the largest and greatest Hallberg-Rassy ever built, with video views from both sailing, on deck and below deck tours together with CEO and owner Magnus Rassy, sales manager Jonas Zelleroth and Malvina Rassy.

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