The Hallberg-Rassy 312 Mk II was introduced in 1986, becoming one of the finest you will find on the market. Recently it had been re-equipped and upgraded professionally.
The first noticeable difference is the port-lights, which got larger and moved up to the superstructure on today’s Hallberg-Rassy range, which gives a brighter saloon and a more incredible feeling of spaciousness. A new superstructure raised the headroom from 1.83 m to 1.85m. Now including new teak decks, toe rails and deck hatches, and an improved working area. The original engine was a replacement for a Volvo Penta D1-30 diesel engine. The hull was epoxy-coated, and a new electronics suite in the cockpit. Electric anchor windlass, Side-Power bow thruster, holding tank laminated hardwood tile. The toilet got separate and not all over the boat’s beam as on the previous model and added a shower basin into the new toilet compartment. Recent mainsail, new spray-hood.
This Rassy 312 was a trendy model with over 650 boats produced; and still is an incredible yacht capable of blue water cruising.