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Hanse 325

Our Hanse 325, a sailing yacht available for bareboat and skippered charters throughout Greece. With 2 cabins and 1 wc it is perfect for groups of 4 guests.

The new Hanse 325 keeps all the good characteristics of the 320, adding further improvements!
The design characteristics combined with the renowned Hanse build quality result in a very solid cruising yacht that disguises her size. The more rounded coach roof and the choice of the new Ohio cherry furniture, makes you enjoy your time below the deck. The esteemed designer studio Judel/ Vrolijk and co, that added his touch to this hand built epoxy based hull, guarantees rewarding sailing with a great turn of speed. Further improvements to this year’s model are more opening windows, the latest IPAD esque chart plotters from Simrad and an extended bathing platform. As with all Hanse yachts, you can choose  the upholstery type and colour from a great variety of designs.

  • Type: Sailing yacht
  • Brand: Hanse
  • Model: Hanse 325
  • Year of build: 2012, 2013
  • Length (m): 9,63
  • Beam (m): 3,30
  • Draft (m) : 1,84
  • Engine (hp): 18
  • Diesel capacity (lit): 90
  • Water capacity (lit): 240
  • Main sail: Battened
  • Main sail area (s.m): 28,47
  • Genoa sail area (sq.m.): 22,87
  • Sail area (sq.m.): 51,35
  • Berths: 4
  • Cabins: 2
  • Number of heads: 1

Accommodation

  • Double bed cabins: 2
  • Convertible saloon table: No

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

"What’s she like to sail?

Her sail area: displacement ratio hints at a fair amount of power – not dissimilar to the jaunty Hallberg-Rassy 310. She has decent waterline length but displaces around 15 per cent more than the HR310 and about the same as the Bavaria 32 Cruiser, which means she’ll be fairly relaxed in performance terms, putting her very much into the family cruising bracket. She will be an easily handled cruiser in conditions between Force 3 and Force 6.

What’s she like in port and at anchor?

Bearing in mind she’s a 32-footer, having at least 5ft 10in headroom throughout is great news and will be appreciated by most people. The saloon is very well-lit, and would be brighter still if Hanse hadn’t ditched the hull ports, but the extra stowage that replaces them is certainly useful in the saloon.

You could fashion a sea berth out of one or other of the saloon seats, should you want to sail longer passages. Berths in the fore and aft cabins are a decent size; stowage is good, but you might want to change the locker latches. She has a decent galley with great ventilation and you’ll get six people around the saloon table. A sink or stove cover might solve the lack of work space but, other than that, she is perfectly functional and has plenty of stowage.

Up on deck you might want to go for the option of a folding wheel, which would allow you to walk through to the bathing platform without hopping onto the seating. Generally, it’s a fine set-up apart, perhaps, from the rather small cockpit table.

Would she suit you and your crew? She’s not a performance cruiser, so if you are interested in more than the odd bit of club racing, look elsewhere. If, however, you like coastal hopping, with uncomplicated sailing from marina to anchorage to mooring and back, daysailing, weekends away or even a full week’s cruising (and you’re not prepared to compromise your in-port comfort standards too greatly), then the Hanse 325 is a very appealing prospect. She’s also great value for a new boat and, being both very easily managed and comfortable, I see her going down very well with couples and young families looking for some relaxing and simple cruising.

You don’t need to be hugely experienced to handle her, and her engine, though small, handles the size of prop well, enabling good manoeuvrability. The cockpit is comfortable with excellent views forward and the instruments and winches are nicely placed to be within easy reach. She’s also designed to take a gennaker, which would improve her downwind performance, especially in light airs.

The Hanse 325 is certain to introduce many new sailors to the Hanse brand – and in that respect particularly, she’s surely destined to be a great success."

From https://www.yachtingmonthly.com/reviews/yacht-reviews/hanse-325

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