With her new coach roof design she is inspired by the most elegant years of boat building when the square lines were not only a design feature but also functional.
Her cockpit is offering extensive sitting area for the guests with steering columns moved further back to the stern with improved ergonomics for the helmsman having in reach all the lines and powerful winches.
"Bridge deck" concept is offering the most benefits for the helmsman and his crew while underneath the cockpit is available spacious "owner's" aft cabin using full aft beam of the yacht with central positioned double berth and enormous amount of storage space.
2 aft cabins layout with day head and separate shower stall on the port side is standard arrangement.
Lots of attention was put in designing a companionway where special attention was on the safe and easy access to the saloon/deck.
Saloon area as one of the most social area on the yacht has been carefully designed to meet the highest standards of comfort and practicality for the owner and guests to relax and enjoy the time while on anchor or in the marina.
Large twin vertical saloon port lights are bringing natural light to the sitting area and enable guest to see from the comfortable settees what is happening around the yacht.
Navigation area fulfils all the demands of the modern captain with space for charts and pilot books but also with smartly positioned additional chart plotter to navigate seas and oceans.
When cooking is in question the galley on the new Hanse 545 will be a desire of every chef – offering vast working space to prepare delicious meals and at the same time store all sorts food and beverages for the whole time staying onboard.
3 choices of forward cabin(s) arrangements are available: highly appreciated "island" berth with "owner's" head compartment and separate shower stall, double berth along the hull with head in the bow and 2 cabin layout whit 2 separate heads – one serving also as a day head.
Space in the bow can be used as a excellent storage space with enough space to store all the diving gear, fenders, lines and other necessary equipment or as a "skipper's" cabin with own sink and head.
Designed by Judel/Vrolijk naval studio Hanse 545 with it long keel stepped mast, full batten mainsail and Hanse's unique self tacking jib combined with "performance" keel is a guarantee for fast cruising and foremost easy and safe voyages across the oceans where experiences of the
Hanse craftsmen and engineers counts.
Use of superior hull construction, composite keels, allow rudder shafts, laminated bulkheads are today rarely seen on the mainstream market but Hanse yachts are still believing to the old saying that sea has to be respected and continue to build boats in the traditional way and proven quality.
The new Hanse 545 will be presented for the first time at HISWA in IJmouden, Holland and later at all other major boat shows.
LOA 16.20 m | 52´10˝
Hull length 16.08 m | 52´10˝
LWL 14.60 m | 47´11˝
Beam 4.91 m | 16´1˝
Draft 2.80 m | 9´2˝ (standard)
2.43 m | 8´ (option)
1.95 m | 6´5˝ (option)
Displacement aprox. 18.7 t | aprox. 41,226 lb
Ballast aprox. 5.8 t | aprox. 12,804 lb
Engine 80.9 kW / 110 HP
Fresh water approx. 700l
Fuel tank approx. 400l
CE Certificate A (ocean)
Mast length above WL aprox. 26.25 m | aprox. 86´1˝
Total sail areal aprox. 155.00 m² | aprox. 1,668 sq ft
Main sail aprox. 85.10 m² | aprox. 916 sq ft
Self-tacking jib aprox. 58.00 m² | aprox. 624 sq ft
Genoa 105% aprox. 69.00 m² | aprox. 743 sq ft (option)
Gennaker aprox. 195.00 m² | aprox. 2,100 sq ft (option)