• Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e
  • Hanse 400e

Gebrauchtboot, Segelyacht

Hanse 400e

  • EUR 83.250,-inkl. MwSt.
  • Flyer of LorneSchiffsname
  • 2006Baujahr
  • HanseHersteller
  • 400eModell
  • 12,10 m x 4,04 mLänge x Breite
  • 2,05 mTiefgang
  • 7.900 kgVerdrängung
  • 3 KabinenAnz. Kabinen
  • 7 KojenAnz. Kojen
  • Yanmar 3JH4E 39hpMotor
  • DieselTreibstoff
  • 140 lBrennstofftank
  • 8.000 hMotorstunden

Standort

Griechenland » Kos


Bemerkungen

Three-cabin, two-heads layout of the epoxy-constructed Hanse 400e from the board of Judel/Vrolijk & Co. 2006-launch, EU VAT-paid and coded for charter.

FURTHER BROKER?S COMMENTS:

The Hanse 400 from the board of Judel/Vrolijk & Co. proved to be a popular design from its launch in 2005. Winner of European yacht of the year 2006 the model remained in production through until 2012. Its modern external styling producing an light, spacious interior with a complementary modern finish.

FLYER OF LORNE is the three-cabin, two-heads layout below decks. A master double cabin forward benefitting from an en-suite heads. Aft she has two symmetrical aft cabins with double berths. On deck all lines run aft to the spacious cockpit with single central steering pedestal. Operated as a charter yacht from new she is offered with a full inventory including highlights such as:
Yanmar 3JH4E, 39hp @ 3000rpm
Yanmar SD50 saildrive
Hull diaphragm replaced March 2021
Simrad autopilot system
B&G V7 plotter
Simrad iS40 Combi Depth/Speed/Log
B&G Triton wind instrument
Icom IC-M330GE - DSC VHF
230VAC shore power system
Webasto Diesel fired, blown air heating system.
Deck stepped, twin spreader, 9/10ths fractional sloop rig.
Self-tacking jib
Fully battened, slab reefing mainsail.
Electric anchor windlass
8 Person cannister liferaft mounted on deck cradle with hydrostatic release
EPIRB ? Fitted new 2021
Lifejackets with integrated harnesses x10
Wintering afloat the Hanse 400 FLYER OF LORNE is available for viewing by appointment on her pontoon berth in Kos, Greece.

MANUFACTURER?S COMMENTS:
Epoxy is the standard for luxury Sailing Yachts as the Baltic and Wally Yachts. This Epoxy Boat construction is also used by Hanse Yachts. Hanse Yachts is one of a few production boat builders who have implemented the use of Epoxy resin into their new e line: Hanse 400 and Hanse 470 and Hanse 540 and Hanse 630. In the past, Epoxy resins have only been selected for semi-production and race boats, where reduced weight and laminate quality are key factors. Changes in boat style, onboard equipment and expectations of boat owners means that Epoxy resins are becoming necessary to offer a boat that performs well on the water.

Hanse Yachts: Advantages of Epoxy
Better adhesive properties (the ability to bond to the reinforcement or core)
Longer working time, reducing building phase and secondary bonding
Superior mechanical properties (particularly Strength and Stiffness) from material itself and through process ability (vacuum bagging, optimum strength to weight ratio)
Improved resistance to fatigue and micro cracking. Epoxy resins are superior at withstanding cyclic loads and therefore Epoxy boat hulls stay stiffer for longer.
Reduced degradation from water ingress. Due to the building method chosen by Hanse Yacht, the effect of osmosis is completely removed, but limited to the outer surface of the boat. There is no possibility of osmosis on the structure.
Reduced hull weight compared to Polyester through increased strength and stiffness of Epoxy laminates (at design stage).
As a guideline, a 45-50 foot boat built in Epoxy can weight up to 1000kg less than it?s equivalent polyester version.


SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded hull.
Sandwich construction with foam cored hull and epoxy laminate
Isopathalic gelcoat finish externally.
Plywood main bulkhead fully laminated to hull.
GRP moulded internal structural members.

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece sandwich construction GRP moulding incorporating cockpit and transom.
Isopathalic gelcoat finish externally.
Vinylester resin consolidated 1st layer of hull laminate to improve resistance to moisture absorption.
Polyester resin consolidated laminate.
End grain Balsa core material.
Teak laid decks to finish sidedecks, foredeck, cockpit seating and sole.

Keel & Rudder:
Cast iron fin ballast keel.
Stainless steel keel bolts
Semi-balances spade rudder.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Yanmar 3JH4E
39hp @ 3000rpm
3 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine
Mechanical reversing marine gearbox with saildrive
Yanmar SD50 saildrive
Engine space blower

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine and sail drive serviced March 2021
Hull diaphragm last replaced March 2021
Recorded engine running hour estimated at 8,000hrs
Cruising speed under engine 6kts

Propulsion & Steering:
Yanmar SD50 Sail drive
Cockpit mounted pedestal with stainless steel wheel
Rod linkage steering system
Emergency tiller

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Ring main, battery charger, water tank heater

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery ? 1x 12VDC 90Ah, gel
Domestic Battery ? 2x 12VDC 90Ah, gel

Alternator:
Single engine driven 14VDC alternator

Solar Panel:
Single panel mounted on gantry aft of bimini
Provides trickle charge of approximate 1.5amps

General:
USB Charging sockets in saloon

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:
Fully pressurised hot and cold water system.
Mixer taps provided in galley and heads
Shower fitting in heads
Cockpit shower
Hot water provided via calorifier heated from engine or 240v immersion heater element.

Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump with manual and auto switching
Bilge level alarm system

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Single diesel tank
Approximate total capacity 140ltr

Fresh Water:
Single fresh water tank.
Approximate capacity 325ltr

Holding Tank:
Twin holding tanks
Tanks discharging overboard or via deck suction

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
Plotter ? B&G V7 plotter
Depth/Speed/Log ? Simrad iS40 Combi
Wind ? B&G Triton

Below Decks:
Plotter ? Simrad

Autopilot:
Simrad autopilot system
Quadrant drive unit

Communications Equipment:
DSC VHF ? Icom IC-M330GE
AIS Reciever ? Displaying on cockpit plotter screen

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Galley Stove - 2 burner and oven gas cooker. Gimbal mounted.
Refrigerator - 130ltr, built in, top loading fridge with stainless steel front loading door to access lower section.
Double stainless steel sink

Heads:
Twin heads
Electric flushing marine toilets discharging via holding tank x2
Wash hand basin with mixer tap x2
Shower stall with dedicated shower fitting in aft heads

Heating and Ventilation:
Webasto Diesel fired, blown air heating system.
Outlets in saloon and cabins.
Thermostatic cabin controller.
Air circulating fans in saloon and cabins.

Lighting:
Overhead lighting throughout accommodation
Reading lights in way of cabin bunks
Chart table light

Entertainment:
Radio/CD head unit with Bluetooth connectivity
Speakers in saloon and cockpit

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
Double cabin forward with en-suite heads
Saloon
Galley
Aft heads
Twin double aft cabins

Accomodation Finish:
Interior joinery work of cherry veneered plywood with moulded solid mahogany trims finished in a Satin varnish
Holly soleboard with white caulking stripes
Bulkheads finished in a white laminate finish
Black quartz worktop in galley
Moulded GRP headlining
Comfort mattresses in cabins
Fitted bedding for all cabins

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
V-shaped double bunk forward
Single bench seat to port aft of bunk.
Small countertop aft of bunk to starboard
Overhead shelves running the length of the bunks overhead, outboard port and starboard.
Hanging and storage lockers to port, aft of seat
En-suite access to forward heads on starboard side of cabin

Forward Heads:
En-suite heads to forward cabin
Aft facing electric flush marine toilet mounted inboard forward
Countertop running length of compartment outboard with inset wash hand basin aft
Mixer tap extending for use as shower head
Standing room for showering aft aft end of compartment.

Saloon:
Large open plan central living space with saloon, galley and nav-station all open plan.
Wrap around U-shaped seating to starboard
Large saloon table fixed centrally.
Starboard settee converts to a single berth when required.
Table has two folding leafs with bottle storage within table base.
Two single, swivelling seats outboard to port providing nav station area.
Table provided between seats which doubles as chart table
Ships switch panel, plotter and DSCVHF outboard of aft seat
Storage provided beneath all seating units and outboard of seat backs to starboard.
Selection of lockers and shelves outboard of seating port and starboard.

Galley:
Located to starboard side of companionway.
Large open galley with L-shaped work top.
Gimballed gas cooker outboard aft.
Large volume built in fridge with top and front loading access built in below worktop forward outboard.
Twin stainless steel sinks forward inboard.
Storage provided outboard and beneath worktop.
Crockery and cutlery included

Aft Heads:
Located opposite galley to port
Inboard forward facing electric flushing marine toilet mounted aft
Shower stall forward with fixed showerhead fitting
Wet hanging locker outboard of shower stall
Countertop outboard with inset wash hand basin forward
Storage lockers outboard of countertop

Aft Cabins:
Symetrical cabins port and starboard
Standing room at forward end of cabin.
Double bunk extending aft and under cockpit sole.
Small bench seat forward of bunk outboard with storage locker unit outboard.
Overhead shelve running the length of the bunk outboard overhead.

DECK EQUIPMENT


Rig:
Deck stepped, twin spreader, 9/10ths fractional sloop rig.
Silver anodised alloy mast and spars
Standing rigging of 1x19 stainless steel, professionally inspected annually.
Roller reefing system on forestay.
Self-tacking track and car for jib, forward of mast.
Mast car system for fully battened, slab reefing mainsail.
Single line reefing system in boom
Adjustable backstay, block and tackle on starboard side.
Rod type kicker.
Mid-boom mainsheet system with track on coachroof.
Mast mounted radar reflector.
Halyards and reefing lines lead aft to cockpit.
Spinlock rope clutches on port and starboard side of companionway
Lazyjacks for mainsail

Winches:
Primary Winches ? Harken 46 two-speed, self-tailing x2
Secondary ? Harken 46 two-speed, self-tailing x2
Cockpit Halyard Winches ? Harken 40 two-speed, self-tailing x2

Sails:
Mainsail ? White dacron, fully battened, slab reefing
Genoa ? White dacron, roller reefing, self-tacking.
Storm Jib
Canvas Work:
Mainsail cover ? Stack pack type cover
Sprayhood
Bimini
Fitted cockpit cushions

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor - Plough anchor on 60m chain rode
Electric Windlass ? Quick electric windlass
Mooring warps ? Selection
Fenders - Selection

General:
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails.
Stainless steel stanchions supporting stainless steel guard rails running the length of the decks.
Guardwire gates port and starboard.
Alloy mooring cleats forward, midships and aft.
Below decks, self draining anchor locker with single large deck hatch to access. Windlass mounted within anchor locker.
Self-tacking jib track mounted on deck forward of mast.
Halyards and reefing lines lead aft to cockpit in ducts under coachroof leaving deck free of obstructions.
Stainless steel grabrails on coachroof outboard aft.
Large cockpit with bench seating port and starboard forward and fixed central drop leaf table.
Twin helm stations aft, port and starboard. Starboard station is master station with engine and autopilot controls.
Cockpit lockers under seating on port and starboard sides.
Drop down transom creates walk-thru bathing/boarding platform with laid teak decking.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Steaming light
Low level running lights
Anchor light

Life saving:
Liferaft ? 8 Person cannister raft mounted on deck cradle with hydrostatic release
EPIRB ? Fitted new 2021
Horseshoe buoy with light
Jackstays
Lifejackets with integrated harnesses x10
Gas Alarm
Smoke Alarm


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying Kos, Greece.

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Mark Cameron
Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
Email: ####@grabauinternational.com


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