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Hanse 345

This Hanse 345 sailing yacht is available for bareboat and skippered charters throughout Greece. (Main base Athens, other locations on request. With 3 cabins and 1 WC it is perfect for groups of 4-6 guests.

The Hanse 345 has been designed with the aim of being the fastest cruising yacht in her class. The internationally renowned designers at Judel/Vrolijk & co have achieved this again with the HANSE 345. Perfectly balanced, she has a high degree of stability and can be sailed safely in all weathers. And, yes, she’s really quick too! 

Stress-free handling comes as standard with HANSE. You can sail the HANSE 345 short handed if you wish, as the helmsman can operate the sheets, halyards and reefing lines from astern. The spacious cockpit is free of ropes, giving your fellow passengers room to relax.

  • Type: Sailing yacht
  • Brand: Hanse
  • Model: Hanse 345
  • Year of build: 2013, 2014, 2017
  • Length (m): 10.40
  • Beam (m): 3.50
  • Draft (m): 1.87
  • Engine (hp): Diesel/Shaft Drive
  • Diesel capacity (lit): 160
  • Water capacity (lit): 230
  • Main sail: Battened
  • Main sail area (s.m): 32.50
  • Genoa sail area (sq.m.): 22.50
  • Sail area (sq.m.): 55
  • Berths: 6
  • Cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 1

Accommodation

  • Double bed cabins: 3
  • Convertible saloon table: To be confirmed

Deck & Cockpit equipment:

  • Anchor windlass electric
  • Main anchor-chain
  • Fenders
  • Hand bilge pump and handle
  • Gangway
  • Swimming ladder
  • Door panels-keys
  • Boat hook
  • Winch handles
  • Dinghy, pump, oars
  • Outboard motor
  • Plastic bucket
  • Water Jerrycan
  • Diesel jerrycan
  • Engine oil
  • Fuel funnel
  • Deckbrush
  • Gas bottles
  • Spare Anchor
  • Mooring lines
  • Cockpit table

Sails, covers, rigging

  • Furling Genoa
  • Self taking Jib
  • Jib
  • Bimini top
  • Sprayhood
  • Lazy Jacks
  • Lazy bag

Safety equipment

  • Horseshoe lifebuoy
  • Floating light
  • Emergency helm
  • Life raft
  • Torch light
  • Bosun`s chair
  • Radar reflector
  • Black Ball
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Safety belts
  • Life jackets
  • Box of flares
  • First aid kit
  • Fog horn

Navigation equipment

  • Cockpit compass
  • Speed log
  • Echo sounder
  • Wind instruments
  • Hand bearing comp
  • Divider
  • Parallel ruler
  • Greek Waters Pilot
  • GPS
  • Plotter
  • VHF
  • Clock
  • Barometer
  • Binoculars
  • Autopilot

Spares and tools

  • Dinghy repair kit
  • Engine`s spares
  • Sails repair kit
  • Toolbox
  • Boat documents
  • Boat manuals

Linen

  • Bed sheets
  • Pillows
  • Pillows cases
  • Blankets
  • Towels

Galley

  • Gas stove & oven
  • Electric fridge
  • Cuttlery - Kitchen equipment
  • Pans, plates, glasses, spoons, knifes, etc.

Water toys

  • Snorkelling equipment

"On Deck

Upon boarding the boat I was immediately impressed with the expansive cockpit, which is surprisingly commodious for a boat this size, boasting twin wheels, a fixed table with folding leaves and a wide fold-down transom. The ergonomics are excellent. There’s comfortable seating for the helmsperson at either wheel, with a clear view forward and of the Simrad electronics suite. All working lines, including the double-ended German mainsheet, run aft to a pair of Lewmar 40 winches on either side of the wheels, so one person can easily sail the boat while guests socialize around the table.

Where to stash all those lines is more problematic. Because the line lockers are under the helm seats, they aren’t too useful while sailing, and your guests may have to cope with a fair mess of spaghetti splaying about the cockpit sole and seats. The starboard-side line locker is also home to the propane tank and its regulator, so you need to take care a line doesn’t yank something loose in there.

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