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HANSE 345

For speed, a boat only needs a powerful hull, a long waterline and enough sail area. For fast cruising, however, other characteristics – like stability, simple sail handling or a safe and wide cockpit – are much more important. The new Hanse 345 has it all. This 34-foot cruiser can be sailed singlehanded, thanks to the integrated self-tacking jib system and the fact that the halyards, sheets and reefing lines run towards the back, where they can be operated from the helmsman’s position. 
The Hanse 345 is a completely new design by the world’s leading naval architects Judel/Vrolijk & co.
Her hull, sail plan and underwater appendices are based on the latest design programs and an outstanding knowledge of offshore racing and cruising yacht design. The interior offers a double aft cabin version (optional), a large head with shower, a spacious and seaworthy galley as well as a forward cabin with large lockers. The saloon sofa is easily convertible into a double berth. 
The Hanse individual customization concept offers a wide selection of woods and upholstery. 

Specification

UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS

LOA10.4 m

Fresh water230.0 l

Hull length9.99 m

Fuel tank160.0 l

LWL9.55 m

CE CertificateA

Beam3.5 m

Mast length ab. WL15.75 m

Draft1.87 m

Total sail area55.0 m²

Displacement6.2 t

Main sail32.5 m²

Ballast2030.0 kg

Self-tacking jib22.5 m²

Engine13.3 kW / 18 HP

Designjudel / vrolijk & co

Model year 2012/2013

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