Hallberg-Rassy 372 Aft Cockpit

HR372 Aft Cockpit Bluewater Cruiser European Yacht of the Year

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Video Interior Walkthrough


Continuing Improvements for Model Year 2018

• The floorboards are now in the same wood type as the rest of the interior

• When push button sailing is ordered, the buttons now have back lighted text, which makes night sailing easier

• Automatic fire extinguisher for the engine room.

• When optional electric toilets are ordered: A more robust, quieter unit, with soft closing lid, will be used.

• When optional radar pole is ordered: The pole is hinged, which makes life a lot easier for winter storage or lifting the boat in a travellift 

• The engine has been upgraded to Volvo Penta D2-60


"The boat is safe, strong, well-powered and well equipped. Aboard the HR372, with a slip of a dock line, all the waters of the world are yours". Alvah Simon - Cruising World - July 2012

The Hallberg-Rassy 372 is an aft-cockpit coastal sailor with ocean going capabilities. The yacht breathes graceful elegance.

The aft cockpit is generous and the leather covered steering is a large 132 cm. The steering is directly linked, for a precise sailing experience. Halyards are hidden under the coach roof and are handled by two winches on the cockpit coaming, not on the exterior chart tables. This solution makes it possible to achieve Hallberg-Rassy typical Push Button Sailing with optional electric halyard and control winches, without disturbing the interior, even with a traditional non-furling mainsail. There are two big exterior chart tables in teak. It goes without saying that the cockpit is well protected by a windscreen that melts perfectly into the lines of the yacht.



HR372 Blue Water Cruiser Yacht of the Year

There are five large deck hatches, all flush mounted so that the glass is in level with the coach roof. The opening deck hatches to the toilet room and the aft cabin are milk coloured, to allow light but no view into the cabin.The genoajib furler has an under deck mounted drum to get clean deck lines. Also the optional electric anchor windlass is mounted under deck. The distance between the windlass and the chain storage is essential for a self-stowing chain and this is achieved by the HR 372’s special design and layout arrangement.

Bright and inviting interior

HR372 Saloon

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Below deck the interior is roomy and bright. There are two deck hatches in the saloon. All side port lights are opening and the same large size as on the HR 54. The galley is big, U shaped and seagoing. The galley worktop is in PlexiCor, a solid composite stone material. Both sofas in the saloon are a full two metres long. The roomy head is equipped with a wet locker and has a separate shower with PlexiGlass doors. The forward cabin is extremely large and generous. The v berth is 210 cm long, 68 cm wide at the foot end and 202 cm in the aft end. There is a seat, two hanging lockers and two vanities in the forward cabin. The aft cabin also has a comfortable and unusually wide double berth.


Data Hallberg-Rassy 372


German Frers

CE category

A - Unlimited ocean voyages

Hull length

11.35 m / 37' 3"

Waterline at rest

10.25 m / 33' 8"


3.60 m / 11' 10"

Draft (Also available as a shallow draft version)

1.99 m / 6' 7"


7 500 kg / 16 500 lbs

Lead keel

2 900 kg / 6 400 lbs

Sail area with genoajib

73.2 m² / 788 sq ft

Mast over water, ex Windex

17.80 m / 58’ 5"

Headroom saloon

1.93 m / 6’ 4’’

Engine Volvo Penta D2 55 / 130 S


kW / HP at crank shaft

41 / 55

Engine displacement 2.19 litres
Alternator 115 A

Diesel tank

270 litres / 72 US gallon
Stix 39

Water tank

425 litres / 114 US gallon

Transport height including windscreen


Transport height without windscreen, pulpits, wheel and pedestal handhold

3.95 m



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