Additional features include a new transom design with an integrated bathing platform. Two- and three-cabin layouts are available with extensive choices in interior upholstery design.
Exhibitor Team Windcraft will display the Hanse 355 in an Australian release at Sanctuary Cove.
The exhibitor will also showcase the Hanse 445 and the Moody 41 Classic at Sanctuary Cove. The Hanse 355 is the bigger sister to the 325.
This model features a curvy new interior with the hull, deck and cockpit redesigned to complement the changes to the rig. Additional features include a new transom design with an integrated bathing platform. Two- and three-cabin layouts are available with extensive choices in interior upholstery design.
The T-speed keel results in a low centre of gravity and improved righting moment. The Hanse 445 is part of the new Five Series for the 2010-2011 year. Designed by Judel/Vrolijk and Co, this vessel has distinctive deck lines with flush hatches.
The mast is tapered with discontinuous rigging and a self-tacking headsail. Features on the deck of the 13.52m (LOA) vessel include walkabout bow stowage, an integrated self-tracking track and a two-spreader rig with discontinous rigging. The exhibitor will also display the Moody 41 Classic.
This yacht was designed by Bill Dixon with interior designer Mark Tucker. Distinctive features include vertical stern and oval windows. Options include twin single-berths in the forward cabin or an island bed. Windcraft Australia is the importer of Hanse and Moody Yachts for Australia and New Zealand.