New Hanse 410 with optional electric propulsion is a revolution in the 40-foot class

Hanse 410 Builder

Aug 4, 2023

With the new Hanse 410, Hanse is now launching the third model in its revolutionary new series, which combines radically innovative design with the essential Hanse values: fast cruising and easy sailing. The Hanse 410 will celebrate its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival (12-17 September 2023).

The new Hanse 410 is the latest result of Hanse’s collaboration with the yacht designers of Berret-Racoupeau. With its unrivalled volume in the 40-foot class and its well-thought-out layout options, the yacht opens up a whole new dimension. Her optimised hull design with chines at the bow and stern ensures a slim waterline and thus the uncompromising performance and effortlessness when sailing that is typical of Hanse.

Comfort and style dominate the yacht’s refined interior. With its enormous variety of options, the new Hanse 410 can be customised to meet almost all the owner’s dreams and needs.

For the first time, the Hanse 410 offers optional electric propulsion with an enormous range of up to 55 nautical miles. This means that even without wind, most destinations can be reached in a climate-friendly way.

Hanjo Runde, CEO of HanseYachts: “This innovative electric drive is an important step towards making our product range even more sustainable. Particularly in the area of sailing, which is already powered by wind energy, we want to provide water sports enthusiasts with a climate-neutral drive that is practical in every respect. Breaking Rules, Setting Trends – that’s what HanseYachts stands for.”

Hull: The hydrodynamic design with a slim waterline ensures high hull speed. The chines fore and aft ensure a wide hull for maximum interior space. The wave-breaking reverse bow ensures that the yacht heels less in strong winds, while the pronounced chines on the bow keep the foredeck as dry as possible.

Deck: The well-conceived helm allows full control of the Hanse 410 in every situation. All information converges here, and all lines and winches can be operated from here. The secondary winch is mounted at an optimum working height on the coaming for perfect trimming of the flying headsails.

As an option, the Hanse 410 offers an easy-to-open storage compartment for a life raft, centrally located in the cockpit directly behind the steering system. It is perfectly accessible and provides sufficient space for standard life raft containers.

The cockpit is the largest in this class, with two tables that can be optionally lowered to provide large lounging areas. An optional wet bar at the stern with BBQ and sink with mixer tap maximises the luxurious, relaxed lifestyle and comfort without limiting the generous cockpit space. And when closed, it also provides another seating option.

Rigg: The Hanse 410’s tall and sporty rig with generous sail areas of 92 m2 upwind and 179 m2 on room and downwind courses underlines the performance potential of the Hanse 410. The standard bowsprit with its integrated anchor arm serves as a forward attachment point for headsail and gennaker. Optional electric winches are just as much a part of the Hanse-typical easy handling as the obligatory self-tacking jib. In addition, the Hanse 410 can be equipped with a 105% jib and a code zero. As a particularly environmentally friendly option, high-performance SPS Sustainable Performance Sails from Elvstrøm are available, made predominantly from recycled materials.

Interior: The intelligent arrangement of 10 opening hatches and up to 10 opening windows and portholes ensures maximum light and ventilation below deck.

18 possible layout combinations offer customers every opportunity to configure their Hanse 410 according to their personal needs. With the largest owner’s cabin in its class including its own bathroom or with dressing table and seating or plenty of wardrobe space, with two comfortable aft cabins or a spacious aft cabin and a large stowage area – the yacht can be configured to meet every need. The extremely spacious saloon offers room for a convivial gathering of up to ten people at the large table. In addition, the generous L-pantry leaves nothing to be desired. And in the two-cabin layout, the new Hanse 410 offers the largest possible refrigerator capacity in her class. Another optional highlight is the fully equipped navigation station.

The extensive equipment list is topped by the Flagship package, which includes exclusive fabrics and materials, handholds covered with fine leather, additional storage and a fold-down backrest in the saloon.

Recommended retail price (base version)
EUR 251.900 (excl. VAT)
Enjoy discovering all options available on the Hanse 410 and individually customise your dream yacht by means of the 3D configurator.

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