Seattle Yachts presents this Cruisers 2009 Hanse 400 boat for sale.
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Hanses are known for their robust engineering, easy-sailing capabilities, as well as their stunning good looks – and this exceptional gently used model, PAX, is no different – with all sheets lead aft, and a self-tacking head-sail, single handing a high performance sailboat has never been easier!
Currently slipped on Shelter Island, San Diego - at the desirable Half Moon Inn Marina at Humphrey’s by the Bay – a slip transfer may be available (pending marina acceptance and approval).
PAX shows like a much newer vessel – as the hull remained factory wrapped and was not fully commissioned for her first owner until 2015. PAX has since been maintained to a high standard by her active owners.
Recent Owner Upgrades include:
New Simrad electronics 2019 All electrical has been wired in a central location for easy access.
New Water heater 2019 New interior cushions -2020 New head electric toilet -2020 New head sink and faucet New kitchen faucet Larger holding tank added -2018 Separate shower stall in head New 150' of chain -2020 Less than 1 year on bottom paint.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Hanse adds elegance and ingenuity to create something very special. The result is an interior design with a sensational owners berth forward, a superb entertainment center and matchless room throughout. We don't build for charter, we build for you the discriminating owner!
"In comparison to mainstream production cruising boats, the Hanse 400 is an absolute performance standout, not only in its ability under sail, but in its ease of operation. The Hanse 400 presents the image of a well-trained athlete—strong, capable, and legitimately deserving of its billing as a “crossover” sailboat."
- Practical Sailor
"Even with the small headsail the performance was impressive. We clipped along at 5.5 to 6 knots on a deep reach and immediately sped up when we brought the wind forward a bit. Sail handling is a snap, and it won't be difficult for a reasonably experienced sailor to single-hand the 400 under most conditions, especially if an autopilot is fitted. The ability to single-hand a boat means that the designers nailed the proportions just right. We executed a few quick jibes before hauling the sheets in for a few tacks. The 400 came through the wind efficiently, pivoting on its fin in a snap. The acceleration was impressive, especially considering that a fleet of obnoxious powerboats had raised a decent chop."
- Sailing Magazine
I : 54.08 ft
J : 15.17 ft
P : 53.17 ft
E : 18.33 ft
Working Sail Area : 1137.00 sq ft
– High quality marine plywood, mahogany veneer, satin varnish
– White bulkheads
– Wooden door frames
– Wood / Sandwich doors
– Ivory Leather
– Separated from saloon by a door
– Large double-berth with new custom mattress and sheets (Yacht Bedding)
– Combined locker
– Shelves above berth
– Separated from saloon by a door
– Large double berth
– Combined locker + Shelf
– One cabin transformed into additional storage room with extra fridge/freezer.
– U-shaped settee area on starboard
– Saloon table
– Bar locker
– Lockers and shelves
– Sofa Settee on port side
– Electric switch panel
Head / Shower
– Large head with separate shower stall
– Electric Marine toilet (new head)
– New (Larger) Holding tank
– Sea and deck discharge
– Electrical drain pump
– Locker shelves
– 12 V and 110 V / 230 V electrical circuits
– Shore power 230 V incl. differential breaker
– Battery charger: Pro Mariner Pro Nautic (New 2020) 50amp service.
– Fuses/circuit breaker housed per ABYC rule.
– 4 AGM 70Ah 12Vdc marine type batteries to battery selector switches (2019) (house per ABYC rules with battery isolator and zinc saver).
– Blue/Grey Counters
– Double stainless steel sinks
– 2-burner LPG gas stove with oven, gimbled
– Gas system and self draining LPG bottle storage in cockpit
– Lockers and drawers
– Extra large 12v fridge of approx. 130 l, top and front loader with light
– Trash can
Engine & Drive Systems
– Yanmar 3JH4E, 29.4 kW / 40 HP, diesel engine
– Engine Hours: 250
– RPMS: 3000 Fuel consumption ~3/4 gal per hour (est)
– Fresh water cooling
– Bronze Folding Prop: 2 Blade Flex o Fold (new 2020)
– Fuel tank stainless steel, approx. 140 l
– Fuel infill on deck
– Seawater strainer
– Fuel filter / Water separator
– Revolution counter
– Engine hour meter (250 hours)
– Engine room sound insulated
– White deck
– Hand laid GRP sandwich construction
– Non-slip deck surface on coach roof
– Self-draining anchor-locker with lockable hatch
– Self-draining cockpit with large lockable storage
– 3 opening hatches (forward cabin, aft saloon and saloon)
– 2 opening flush hatches (saloon)
– 3 opening side windows (saloon)
– 1 opening side window (head)
– 2 opening deck hatches on coachroof (aft cabins)
– 1 opening portlight at the end of the cockpit bench (aft cabin)
– 4 mooring cleats
– 2 self-tailing halyard winches
– 2 self-tailing genoa winches
– Halyards lead aft to cockpit
– Control lines covered on the coach roof
– 2 winch handles
– Shower on aft deck
– Bow fitting with anchor roller and integrated socket for gennaker pin
– 10 halyard stoppers
– Split pulpit
– Pushpit with ensign staff socket
– Sliding hatch garage
– Sliding hatch
– Drop board
– Double stainless steel safety rail
– Teak on cockpit seats
– Teak on cockpit bottom
– Swimming ladder
– 2 Deck vents
Rigs and Sails
– North Sails in good to excellent condition.
– Extruded aluminum double spreader, deck-stepped, semi-fractional mast with manual adjustable backstay.
– Under deck furling system for jib
– Hanse single line reefing system (cockpit handling)
– Stainless steel standing rigging stranded to swaged terminations, turnbuckels and chainplates.
– Backstay adjuster
– Main and jib halyard lead aft to cockpit
– Midboom sheeting with 2 stand-up blocks
– Main sail fully battened with 2 reefs
– Maindrop system with Lazy Jacks
– Facnor-headsail furling system
– Self-tacking jib
– Blue Hull
– GRP sandwich construction hand laid
– Bulkheads laminated to hull and deck
– GRP strongback
– Cast iron Fin keel with bulb and spade rudder.
– Draft: 6.5 ft
– Stainless steel keel bolts
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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