Hanse 411

£66,950 (Tax Paid)

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  • 2003 Hanse 411
Hanse 411. A yacht that can cruise with a turn of speed whilst offering comfortable living quarters. This 2003 Hanse 411 offers spacious accommodation in three cabins and her inventory includes teak decks, Autohelm plotter, Navtex, windlass and Webasto cabin heating. A Judel & Vrolik cruiser with the benefit of the self-tacking jib and lazy jacks.

On a Dart River mooring and viewable by appointment 7 days a week
For any further information or to arrange a viewing then please call Ancasta Dartmouth on 01803 752498 or alternatively email dartmouth@ancasta.com

Location: Dartmouth, Devon, UK
Listing office: Dartmouth

£66,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Hanse
Model: 411
Year: 2003
LOA: 41ft/12m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 5
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 27086
Vessel Name: Rudius
Fast cruising yacht designed by Judel & Vrolik

GRP hull, deck and superstructure
White hull built to Lloyds specification
Coppercoat professionally applied in 2011 (so no need to antifoul for 10 years)
Teak laid decks & cockpit
Lead fin keel
Wheel steering
Forward storm hatch

LOA - 12.35m (40' 6")
LWL - 10.90m (35' 9")
Draft - 1.98m (6' 6")
Beam - 4.05m (13' 4")
Displacement - 9,680kg (21,340lbs)
All figures are approximate
Aluminium mast, boom & spinnaker pole
Slab mainsail reefing with stack pack and lazy jacks
Single line reefing, all lines lead aft
Self tacking headsail with Facnor roller furling
Stainless steel standing rigging
Spinnaker pole

Large mainsail 450 sq ft
Jib 339 sq ft, self-tacking
Storm Jib

Two Harken 46 two speed self-tailing genoa winches
Two Harken two speed self-tailing halyard winches

SLEEPS SIX IN THREE DOUBLE CABINS (Plus occasional 7th in saloon)
Forward cabin with double V-berth, desk/vanity unit with chair & plenty of storage
Aft cabin to port with double berth
Aft cabin to starboard doubles as huge lazarette with hatch access from cockpit
U-Shaped seating in the saloon (occasional single berth)
Navigation table to port with swivel arm chair either side

Heads compartment with w.c, handbasin and shower
Galley area with:
- Twin stainless steel sinks
- Two burner gas burner, oven and grill
- Front loading fridge
- Top-loading fridge/freezer
- Storage
Mahogany interior joinery
Maroon with white piping interior upholstery
Webasto hot air heating to all cabins
Volvo 2040 40HP Diesel Engine
Saildrive to two blade propeller

12 volt DC and 240 volt systems
Charged by engine alternator and battery charger
Shore power and cable

Plastic fresh water tank
Stainless steel waste tank

Pressurised hot and cold water system
At Helm:
- Plastimo compass
- Simrad IS15 Multi display
- Simrad IS15 Wind
At Nav Table:
- Simrad RD68 DSC VHF
- Navcentre 600 Plotter
- Garmin GPS 128
- Clipper Navtex
- Euronav chartplotter (runs on PC or MAC)

Anchor & chain
Stainless steel bow roller
Electric anchor windlass

Six person dinghy
3.5 hp tohatsu outboard
Tri-colour masthead light
Radar reflector
Two manual bilge pumps
Automatic bilge pump
Pulpit and pushpit
Boarding ladder on transom
Warps, fenders and boathook
Clock and barometer

Horseshoe buoy
Dan buoy
Fire blanket
A beautiful cruising yacht designed by Judel/Vrolijk. The Hanse 411 has an award winning design (European Boat of the Year 2001) which translates into exceptional ability and ease of handling. With a self-tacking jib and lazy jacks, this example is well set up for shorthanded sailing and boasts cabin heating, Simrad nav gear and spinnaker gear.
Lovely cruiser that is easy to sail given her self-tacking jib. Have sailed her on my own and she is a very easy boat to sail light handed. She is a really swift mover - there are not many boats her size that can outpace her. Accommodation is very comfortable and ideal for long passages. Have only sailed her along the south Devon and Cornwall coast with occasional passages to the Scillies or Guernsey. Young children mean that I now seldom am able to sail her in the summer, hence the reason for sale.