Built:2010.
Producer:Hanse Yachts
Length:12.10 m
Width:4.08 m
Draft:2.05 m
Displacement:8.400 kg
Engine:40hp Yanmar
Max. speed:8 kts
Cruising speed:7 kts
Fuel tank:140 l
Water tank:320 l
Cabins:3
Crew:Bareboat
Total berths:8
Berths:6
Additional berths:2
Toilets:1
Showers:1
WC:1
Main sail:Full batten (year 2010),
Check in:18 h
Check out:09 h

Additional:

  • Deck equipment:
    Electric anchor winch, Sprayhood, Dinghy, Deck shower (hot water), Bimini top, Outboard engine (optional), Cockpit table, Swimming ladder, Steering wheel (2), Cockpit cushions 
  • Safety equipment:
    Pyrotechnical equipment, Life jackets, Safety harness, Bilge pump, Fire extinguisher (2) 
  • Sails & Rigging:
    Main sail – Full batten (year 2010), Self-tacking jib 
  • Navigation equipment:
    Sea charts, VHF radiostation, Anemometer, Depth gauge, GPS plotter, Autopilot, GPS plotter in cockpit, Log-speedometer, Compass 
  • Inside equipment:
    Hot water, Towels, Bed linen 
  • Electrical equipment:
    Radio/CD player, Heating, Battery charger 
  • Galley equipment:
    Electric fridge (1), Oven, Doublebowl sink, Dishes, Gas stove 
  • Additional equipment:
    WiFi

Charter price per week in EURO (€) for Hanse 400

Terms of payment:50% 7 days upon signing the contract and 50% 4 weeks before charter period

Discounts:5% early booking till February 1th
5% boats show
5% two weeks

Included:

  • VAT,
  • final cleaning,
  • laundry,
  • towels,
  • tender
  • GPS plotter

Compulsory extras:

  • Transit log: 170.00 € per booking,
  • Tourist tax: 1.00 € per day

 

  • Extra towel set: 4.00 € per week,
  • Hostess (food extra): 125.00 € per booking,
  • Safety net: 60.00 € per booking,
  • Skipper (food extra): 150.00 € per day

Hanse 400 – There is no yacht that is easier to sail

 

Judel/Vrolijk have given the hull of the 400 a healthy displacement/length ratio and the sail area/displacement figure confirms the 400 has the physical properties needed for a broader race career.

The Hanse’s dual cruiser/racer role is evident in the cockpit. The wheel is right aft and, on this boat, the mainsheet traveller is on the coachroof. The mainsheet is led to the portside primary winch right alongside the steering station. The jib sheet goes to starboard; the helmsman can work the boat without moving from the steering position.

With one of the three-cabin layouts you get a one double bed mastr cabin in the front, two double bed cabins in the aft, and convertible saloon with fully equipped galley. The galley is an ‘L’ layout on the starboard side. The fridge has a front-opening door feature which eliminates that head-down, arse-up scratching to reach the bottom of the unit. It’s easy to clean, too. There are two bathrooms aboard with bathing area is separated from a sink and a toilet bowl.

Base: Marina Mandalina


* All particulars are given in good faith and believed correct but they cannot be guaranteed.