Hallberg-Rassy 37

Take a winning concept and start with a blank sheet of paper. That’s how the new HR 37 has been created. Her predecessor HR 36 has been the most successful model in her category with over 600 yachts sold in fourteen years. The HR 37 is designed with the same concept but with 14 years of Frers’ and Hallberg-Rassy’s experience incorporated.

The measurements of the hull are almost identical; there is only one cm difference in length. Nevertheless, the HR 37 offers a little more than the HR 36 in every respect:

No less than 85 cm longer waterline and updated sailing performance. Hull, rig, rudder and keel profiles include Frers latest experience.

The interior is brighter thanks to slightly lower freeboard and a little higher superstructure. This gives greater window area and a good outer view. The aft cabin is wider and more generous. The berths are wider and there is now space for a proper seat between the berths. The walkthrough has 8-2 cm better headroom, depending on where you measure.

The interior design is also improved with contemporary panel locker doors and profile milled frames with rounded corners. The lockers are well ventilated with special grids on top.

The V cabin is 6 cm longer and at the same time 3 cm lower, and this with a foot-end that is twice as wide, 62 cm instead of 31 cm!

The interior layout is mirror rotated compared to the HR 36, to get the correct service side, starboard, to the low-rev Volvo Penta D2-55 engine. The engine room is bigger. The tank volume is increased for water.

Table of comparison HR 37 - HR 36

The rig is the same style as the successful HR 40, slightly fractional but still forward and aft lower shrouds, combining stability and flexibility. As an option, it is possible to fly a masthead gennaker from a removable bow sprit.

The aft cabin hatch is elegantly flush mounted. The cockpit coaming is higher, giving improved protection. There is better seating comfort in the cockpit, thanks to the anatomical angle of the backrest. The genoa sheet winches are fitted so that friction is minimised due to eliminated footblocks. The winch base is extended to give one a useful step for entering the cockpit.

The new Hallberg-Rassy 37 contains all the ingredient for another success from Hallberg-Rassy.

CE category

A - Unlimited ocean voyages

Hull length

11.32 m / 37' 2"

Waterline at rest

10.20 m / 33' 6"


3.55 m / 11' 8"


1.90 m / 6' 3"


7 500 kg / 16 500 lbs

Lead keel

3 200 kg / 7 100 lbs

Sail area with working jib

69,1 m² / 744 sq ft

Sail area with furling genoa

77,4 m² / 833 sq ft

Mast over water, ex Windex

16.75 m / 54’11"

Headroom saloon

1.92 m / 6’ 4 ’’


Volvo Penta D2-55



kW / HP

41 / 55

Max torque

135 Nm / 2200 rpm

Diesel tank

340 litres / 91 US gallon

Water tank

400 litres / 107 US gallon


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