The new Hanse 375

Two facts are significant when introducing the new Hanse 375: firstly Hanse 375's predecessor (Hanse 370) has been the most successful Hanse model ever built and secondly her bigger sister (Hanse 400) has been extremely well appreciated by the general public due to her style and sailing performance.

New Hanse 375, as all Hanses is following the concept of catering all sea sport lovers and their families to express the wish for higher level of individualization, appreciation for style and outstanding performance under sails.

Her clean coachroof lines with all flush hatches and side opening windows makes the interior very bright and offer perfect ventilation for hot summer days.

Sportive open stern with standard removable beam which not only serves as helmsman seat but also as a safety feature is part of the new designed larger cockpit.

Extended sitting area for the crew is one of the many notes received by our large list of happy Hanse 370 owners but the biggest distinction is optional twin steering wheel for better passage in the cockpit and more precise sailing.

The combination of Judel/Vrolijk designed hull and optimized keel and rudder is synonym for fast and safe sailing in all weather conditions.

Hanse' s unique feature – self-tacking jib and fully battened main sail are assurance for easy handling with limited crew and gaining advantage against rivals on Wednesday Club regatta.

Down below the experience of bigger Hanses is visible with modern furniture design which can be very useful for store all the gear necessary for distance voyages with family and friends.

New Hanse 375 is available in 2 or 3 cabin layout in both cases only with 1 spacious head compartment.

Two choices of interior wood are to choose from: classic but elegant mahogany and modern and prestigious lighter wood in satin varnish.

Construction wise new Hanse 375 is a typical Hanse yacht.

Strong inner grid holds deep the keel firmly to the hull, bulkheads are laminated to the hull and deck are just few of the features which make every crew member onboard confidant in quality, used materials and advanced building techniques of new Hanse 375.

The new Hanse 375 will be presented for the first time at Tuborg Boat Show, Denmark and later at all other major boat shows.

LOA 11.35 m | 37´3˝
Hull length 11.25 m | 36´11˝
LWL 10.05 m | 33´
Beam 3.75 m | 12´4˝
Draft 1.95 m | 6´5˝ (standard – iron keel)
1.95 m | 6´5˝ (option – composite iron / lead keel)
1.60 m | 5´3˝ (option – composite iron / lead keel)
Displacement approx. 7.2 t | approx. 15,873 lb
approx. 6.8 t | approx. 14,991 lb (epoxy option)
Ballast approx. 2,165 kg | approx. 4,773 lb
Engine 22.1 kW / 30 HP
Fresh water approx. 325 l
Fuel tank approx. 140 l
CE Certificate A (ocean)

Mast length above WL approx.17.77 m | approx. 58´3˝
Total sail area approx. 87.40 m² | approx. 941 sq ft
Main sail approx. 42.50 m² | approx. 457.48 sq ft
Self-tacking jib approx. 28.60 m² | approx. 308 sq ft

Rig I 15.00 m I 49´3˝
J 4.15 m | 13´7˝
P 14.40 m | 47´3˝
E 5.15 m | 16´11˝

Design judel/vrolijk & co
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