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HALLBERG RASSY Boat Manuals PDF

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Hallberg Rassy 26 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 26 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 26 Owner's Manual.pdf
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Hallberg Rassy 41 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 41 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 41 Owner's Manual.pdf
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Hallberg Rassy 38 built 1977-1986 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 38 built 1977-1986 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 38 built 1977-1986 Owner'
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Hallberg Rassy 352 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 352 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy 352 Owner's Manual.pdf
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Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 Owner's Manual
Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35 Owner's Manual.
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History of Hallberg Rassy Boats

Some HALLBERG RASSY Boat Owner's Manuals PDF are above the page.

 

Harry Hallberg began building yachts with his own hands at the age of 14, and at 29 he founded a shipyard under his surname. This happened in 1943 on Urust Island.

 

After almost 70 years in Ellos, one of the streets will be named after the company - Hallberg-Rassyvägen.

 

Before the beginning of the 70s, the shipyards Hallberg and Rassy (founded in the 60s by the German Christoph Rassy) were competitors, until Christophe acquired the previously owned Hallberg plant and merged the companies, creating the Hallberg-Rassy brand. Then the shipyard finally switched to fiberglass.

Surprisingly, in the 1960s, Hallberg's 35-foot wooden boats were considered incredibly large, and today the flagships of the shipyard are 50 and 60 feet long.

 

Since 1988, the company has been collaborating with Herman Frers Sr. Of the nearly 10,000 yachts built by the Swedish shipyard, a third were designed by the famous Argentinean. Including, and models 54, 57 and 62 feet.