2020 Hallberg-Rassy 340

This brand new model delivers the best Hallberg-Rassy stands for combined with the latest in design from Frers. She provides higher comfort and performance in the concept and has raised the bar to a level no-one previously thought was possible for a boat of this size. The all-new Hallberg-Rassy 340 provides fast, easy and comfortable sailing at a new level.

The Hallberg-Rassy 340 has an upright bow for contemporary appearance, long waterline and fine sea worthiness with a rounded underwater body. The boat has an elegant integrated bowsprit with many features:

  • An ideal position to connect the tack of a code zero or a gennaker.
  • An ideal position for carrying an anchor, with a safe distance to the hull, controlled by an optional electric windlass
  • Ideal for a bow ladder that will make it easy to enter or depart from the boat in natural harbours or low docks.

For the first time at Hallberg-Rassy, optional twin steering wheels are offered. The standard version is with a tiller. In both cases, the deep cockpit gives the helmsman good side protection. The design gives an easy passage through the cockpit. As a Hallberg-Rassy tradition, the cockpit is very well-protected. The cockpit length is a generous 2.83 m, which is no less than 42 cm longer than the predecessor 342. The design allows for easy access from the transom

The rudder arrangement, like the successful Hallberg-Rassy 44, has twin rudder blades. This provides an easily controlled boat during all sailing conditions, especially in tough weather. Because of the reduced rudder surface, compared to a single rudder solution, the rudder loads will also decrease which will increase the safety factor. Each rudder has dual self-adjusting rudder bearings that provides an easy to steer rudder construction in all conditions.

There will be two winches on each coaming for sail handling. This will allow for electric winches without interfering the height below deck. There is storage space for access lines aft of the jammers. This helps to keep the cockpit tidy for lines. Also the deck layout is clean and uncluttered, with under-deck-roller for the foresail, flush mounted deck hatches and the halyards running in hidden channels back to the cockpit. It is also possible to fit an electric windlass below deck.

The interior is unusually airy. The settees in the saloon are 2.00 m long and further aft than usual. It gives particularly good width and volume to the interior. The mast position is out of the way right aft of the main bulkhead. Through the special layout, the galley also contributes to an unusually generous airiness in the saloon.

The galley is seagoing and out of the way from the natural flow through the boat. The person in the galley does not stand in the way of anyone who wants to enter the aft cabin. There are deep double sinks and a large fridge. The work surface in the galley is already as standard in solid composite stone.

The ventilated cabinet doors are flush mounted and have invisible hinges with built-in end stoppers so that the door does not hit the other interior.

The forward cabin is very spacious and is regarded as the owner's cabin. The length of the double berth is 2.04 m long, 1.98 m in the aft end and a generous 62 cm in the foot end. The forward cabin has two own hanging lockers, two vanities, several lockers and a deck hatch over the berth.

The head has excellent ventilation with openable portlight and deck hatch. The sink and the surface around it are made in solid composite stone. The holding tank can be emptied either to the sea or via a deck suction fitting which comes as standard equipment.

The aft cabin is also spacious with a really generous double berth, 173 cm in the head end and a huge 142 cm in the foot end.

The new Hallberg-Rassy 340 replaces the 342, that is built in 328 units during 13 years. Although the 340 is larger and offers more volume than the 342, the sailaway price remains the same. At the same time the standard specification is adjusted, both up and down, to correspond to the expectations of 2018 and far beyond.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Hallberg-Rassy
Model: 340
Year: 2020
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Length Overall: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Waterline Length: 33'2 ft / 10.11 m
Beam: 11'5 ft / 3.48 m
Max Draft: 6'2 ft / 1.88 m
Dry Weight: 5,962.47 kg
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Volvo Penta
  • Model: D1-30
  • Engine Power: 29hp


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 190 L
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 280 L


Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Sail
Boat Class: Cruisers
More Info : Manufacturer Website
Hull and deck
  • Gelcoat colour: white.
  • Laminate construction of Hull: isophtalic gelcoat and a vinylester based barrier coat, polyester laminate.
  • Hand lay-up method, insulated against heat and cold.
  • Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip.
  • Blue decorative band in gelcoat.
  • Strong floor reinforcements.
  • Deep bilge.
  • The boat has a bolt on lead keel with sturdy stainless keel bolts.
  • Deck, coachroof areasand also cockpit are of sandwich construction laminated to the hull to form a one piece construction.
  • Cockpit length 2.83 m.
Deck and deck fittings
  • Integrated bathing step with folding ladder.
  • Toerail, handrails, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and bathing step in quality teak.
  • Strong stainless steel cleats forward and aft.
  • Spring cleats and fittings for gennaker blocks fitted on toe rail.
  • Four skylights deckhatches.
  • Totally six opening portlights.
  • The toilet compartment has an opening deck hatch as well as an opening portlight.
  • Also the aft cabin has an opening portlight.
  • Pulpit and pushpit guard rails.
  • Two Lewmar 40 EVO selftailing chrome sheet winches.
  • Two Lewmar 30 EVO chrome halyard winches.
  • Windscreen with handholds and sprayhood.
  • The mid section of the screen opens.
  • Easy view compass in instrument console above sliding hatch.
  • Genoajib tracks with floating blocks and return pulleys to sheet winches.
  • Stainless steel ruddershafts with two self aligning bearings for each rudder for safety and low friction in all situations.
  • Tiller steering.
  • Two self-closing ventilators on coach roof.
  • Chain locker forward with space for fenders and chain.
  • Integrated bowsprit.
  • Deck scupper drains to avoid hull marking.
  • Space aft for two 3kg gas cylinders.
Mast, rigging and sails
  • Fractional rig by Seldén with strong tackle backstay tensioner with purchase 1:32 for trimming of mast.
  • Headsail furling and reefing system Seldén Furlex TD with under deck furler.
  • Double spreaders.
  • Windex on mast top.
  • Mainsail and genoajib in Offshore version from Elvström Sails in Denmark.
  • Main sail cover.
  • Halyards and lines lead into cockpit through 8 Spinlock jammers.
  • Single line reefing system to the cockpit.
  • Seldén Rodkick.
  • Main boom supplied with outhaul and two reefing lines.
  • LED deck light on mast.
  • International LED Navigation Lights.

Interior tastefully finished in khaya mahogany with matt silk varnish. Flush mounted interior locker doors with invisible hinges and built in end stoppers. Well positioned lighting. No fiberglass visible. High quality upholstery. 12 cm sandwich foam cushions, all in two densities for great comfort. Curtains for side portlights and skylight hatches. Floors are in real mahogany wood with inlaid holly stripes and varnished. Inspection openings in floorboards for easy access to valves, speed transducer, bilge etc.


  • Two sofas, each 2.00 m.
  • Lockers above the sofas and partially in the L sofa.
  • White headlining accentuated with mahogany inlays.
  • There is a strong saloon table.
  • Vanity with electric switch panel.
  • Three opening portlights in the saloon/galley area. Headroom 1.91 m


  • Solid composite stone countertop with mahogany fiddles around.
  • Cooker with oven, lighting with the push of a button, no matches needed.
  • Two extra deep double sinks.
  • Ample stowage room, chopping board, drawers and waste bin.
  • Fridge: well insulated box with basket and cooling unit with an electric Danfoss Compressor.
  • Two opening portlights in the galley area.

Forward cabin

  • Generous double berth 2.04 m long and 1.98 m wide at the widest part.
  • Footend 62 cm wide.
  • Two big hanging lockers, two vanities and several lockers.
  • Above and below berth generous stowage (no tank).
  • Opening portlights and opening deck hatch over the berth.
  • Door leading to the saloon

Aft cabin

  • 2.00 m long berth, 173 cm wide at widest part.
  • Footend 142 cm wide.
  • Spacious hanging locker.
  • Locker above berth and stowage below.
  • Door leading to saloon.
  • Opening porthole for good ventilation.

Heads compartment

  • Interior lining and cupboard in white matt Resopal.
  • Watertight shower stall with teak grating.
  • Robust manual pump toilet.
  • Holding tank, to be emptied by gravity or deck pump outlet.
  • Composite stone wash basin and countertop.
  • Stowage above and below.
  • Large mirror.
  • Opening porthole as well as opening deck hatch for good ventilation.
  • The deckhatch glass is milk coloured, to allow light in but obscure view.
Engine, electricity and fuel
  • 3 Cylinder Volvo Penta D1-30 engine with sail drive and a two bladed folding bronze propeller.
  • Carefully sound insulated.
  • All parts easily accessible.
  • The engine is fresh water cooled.
  • Engine hours counter.
  • 12 Volt starter battery 62 Ah dedicated for engine start only.
  • House batteries 240 Ah 12 v flat plate type.
  • Charging of batteries is by 115 A alternator from engine.
  • Switch panel with fuel and water gauges, voltmeter and automatic circuit breakers.
  • Lighting strategically placed throughout.
  • 12 v outlets at the saloon vanity and above sliding hatch in cockpit.
  • International LED Navigation Lights.
  • Capacity of Diesel tank 188 l, located under the stb side sofa.
  • Raymarine i50 Tridata with Triducer for Speed, Depth and water temperature.
  • Magnetic compass.
  • Engine panel with RPM-meter and engine hours counter.
  • Tank meters for fuel and fresh water are located at the electric central above the saloon vanity.

The boat is CE certified by DNV-GL (Det Norske Veritas - Germanischer Lloyd) and delivered with a CE certificate and a CE plaquette for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).

Underwater hull finish and loose equipment

The underwater hull is treated with two coats of epoxi primer plus two applications of antifouling.

  • 4 Fenders
  • 4 Mooring lines
  • Flag staff
  • Mainsail and furling genoajib in coded sail bags
  • Two winch handles
  • Two fire extinguishers

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