Early in 2012 Hanse Yachts began showing the new 415, which was designed by Judel/Vrolijk & Co, just as her predecessor, the Hanse 400, was. Hanse says the new boat is more than an evolution. The length of the waterline has increased by 60 centimeters and there’s more beam aft, which creates all kinds of additional space in the aft cabin and in the cockpit. While the sail area remains unchanged, the new model is expected to be more lively under sail.
A long companionway hatch, gently descending steps into the cabin, bright interior, low-slung coach roof, German Admiral’s Cup mainsheet system, folding swim platform, control lines led under deck, a T-keel, self-tending jib, and vinylester used in the hull laminate, plus the option of Hanse’s Smart Mooring System, are the most notable features of the 415.
The boat is offered in two different interior layouts, with two or three staterooms. There are also options for galley stowage space, and one or two head compartments.
For more information, visit Hanse Yachts.
- Michael Good
- LOA: 12.40 m
- LWL: 11.40 m
- Beam: 4.17 m
- Draft standard: 2.10 m
- Draft shoal: 1.72 m
- DSPL: 8900 / 9400 kg.
- Ballast: 2900 / 3360 kg.
- Aux. engine: 29.5 kW (40 hp. )/ 41KW (55 hp.)
- Water: 320 l. (520 l. option)
- Fuel: 160 l.
- Staterooms: 2 standard / 3 opt.
- Heads: 1 standard / 2 opt.
- Mast height above water: 19.60 m
- Sail area: 87 sq. m.
- Base price: 125,800,00 euro (ex. VAT)
This story was originally published in YACHT Magazine.
Translated by Dieter Loibner, de.boats.com.