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The newest Hanse sailing yacht is the third in a series of next generation yachts from the German builder, joining the already successful Hanse 460 and Hanse 510. All three yachts come from the La Rochelle-based design firm of Jean Berret and Olivier Racoupeau. Berret-Racoupeau has achieved award-winning success integrating its three design strengths: naval architecture, exterior design, and interior layout and design. This encompassing design expertise is recognized around the world, and its premier clients include custom mega-yacht builders.
This latest Hanse is a 41-footer with a waterline length of just under 38 feet, a beam of 14 feet and a standard draft of 6’11”. Another keel is available to reduce draft to 5’7”. The air draft of the boat is 65’7”.
Pronounced bow and stern chines molded into the hull give maximum interior accommodations and cockpit space—and stability when heeled—while the relatively narrow waterline beam provides a healthy level of sailing performance, particularly in light air.
The Hanse 410 is rigged as a sloop with twin headstays, which is generally considered the versatile Solent rig. The mainsail is 527 sq ft, although a slightly smaller mainsail comes when the boat is ordered with in-mast furling. A self-tacking jib of 376 sq ft complements the larger genoa for an overall sail plan of 904 sq feet. The optional gennaker will be a perfect complement to this sail inventory. All sails are from Elvstrom Sails, and available in several fabric and sail design packages.
Like other Hanse yachts, the Hanse 410 is sold with extensive standard choices and options so an owner can custom tailor a boat to his or her specific requirements and lifestyle choices. This customization is particularly diverse and complete, so a Hanse 410 can satisfy the fair-weather and occasional sailing needs of an owner, up to a fully outfitted cruise-ready sailboat ideal for island living for extended periods. And the boat can be tweaked with all the latest sail handling technology and gear for the performance sailor who intends to get the most out of a contemporary sailing racer/cruiser.
Hull and mast color choices are among the widest selection in the industry, with fashionable colors that will make a standout presence in any anchorage. The list of optional features, equipment, and layouts will satisfy anyone’s need for personalization of one’s yachting experience.
The standard boat has a master stateroom forward, with an island double berth. The saloon has a large, U-shaped settee and table on the port side with sofa settee opposite. The boat’s L-shaped galley is also on the port side, opposite an enclosed head with separate shower. An aft stateroom with double berth on the starboard side completes the living accommodations, with sail and storage on the port side under the cockpit.
Four optional interior layouts include a second enclosed head in the boat and an additional aft stateroom to replace the storage on the port side. The interior appointments can be had in numerous furniture and flooring colors and finishes, from teak, Canadian Chestnut, and French Oak, as well as traditional classic striped flooring. Even the interior upholstery comes in different colors and textures to further extend the opportunity for uniqueness.
Standard power is a 39hp diesel engine saildrive, with optional upgraded 57hp diesel saildrive with three-blade folding prop. There are also electric propulsion choices that suggest a range up to 55nm using electric power alone. Bow and stern thrusters are both available.
To say each owner can have it his or her way is a decided understatement.
From synthetic teak on side decks and coach roof to genuine teak hardwood for exterior walking surfaces, the boat can also come with all the comfort and performance systems, from dishwasher to air conditioning, the latest navigation electronics, and additional appliances, fuel and water tankage for extended cruising, and most everything else that make for luxury living aboard. Davits are available, as are upgraded electric winches and Dyneema running rigging. Equipment choices include inverter, generator, even fuel cell power generation, for the ship’s electrical systems. The boat can even be ordered with both Delta anchor and all-chain rode in stainless steel.
The new Hanse 410 will prove to be a popular choice to sailors refining their sailing portfolio. It offers enough flexibility and customization to satisfy the needs of sailors who know what they want in a modern boat. The wide stern, twin helms, large spade rudder, and other design features are among those elements one expects in next generation sailboats.
The Hanse 410 comes with a CE Certification of Class A-10.
Contact your nearest Seattle Yachts office to hear more details of this exciting new sailing yacht and learn more of the Hanse story. Whether you want a boat to sail the bay or local waters on a sunny day, explore distant shores in self-sufficient style, or anywhere in between, the new Hanse 410 may be the right choice for you.
|Length Overall:||41' 2"|
|Length at Water Level:||37' 9"|
|Max Draft:||5' 6" (shallow keel)|
|Horsepower (each):||39HP or 57HP|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||42 gallons|
|Water Tank Capacity:||78 gallons|