monohull / cruising / center cockpit
43 MK III

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Characteristics

  • Number of hulls:

    monohull

  • Intended use:

    cruising

  • Deck layout:

    center cockpit

  • Length:

    13.6 m (44'06")

Description

TRADITION AND FRESH IDEAS IN A TASTEFUL BLEND
The Hallberg-Rassy 43 Mark III was built from 2013 until 2016. She follows the success of the 64, 55 and 48 Mk II with more natural light, more elegance and further improved interior comfort. An already good boat got even better. All in all 199 units Hallberg-Rassy 43 were built since 2001; Mk I, Mk II and this Mk III version.

27 IMPROVEMENTS
There are 27 improvements compared to the 43 Mk II:

Exterior:

New saloon portlights; larger, frameless, tempered glass, like on the 48 Mk II, 55 and 64, give more natural light

4 hull portlights; two in the saloon and two in the aft cabin, give eye-contact to the world outside while seated in the saloon

New low profile ventilators with built in ping pong balls like on the 412, 48 Mk II and 55

New more elegant design of the windshield with rounded top on the side panels, similar to the 412, 48 Mk II and 55

New more elegant design of the pushpit and pulpit, similar to the 412 and 55

Larger forward anchor locker

Improved aft deck lockers as on the 48 Mk II, 55 and 64, which means improved watertightness

Possibility for FatFurl furling mainsail, with headboard and good roach

Possibility to install retractable bow and stern thrusters, with docking function, which makes it possible to push the boat to the dock, even if the wind is blowing from the shoreline, without the need to stand at the helm position

Possibility to get the genoa sheet winches as REVO, which means also reversible function

Deeper cockpit floor under the grating for greater drainage capacity without compromising the easy access to the cabin