Hanse 575 – New Heights in the 57 Foot Class
The new Hanse 575 sets new standards in the 57 foot class.
She’s a sleek and stunning Judel/Vrolijk yacht with an outstanding cockpit, revolutionary dinghy garage and contemporary, versatile interior.
- Sleek Judel/Vrolijk design
- Hanse original self-tacking headsail integral to the design from day 1.
- All lines lead under the deck to the winches next to the helm position.
- Fully battened main sail with the option of furling main.
- Double cockpit tables you can convert to a huge sun baking area.
- Continuous bulwark brings style and safety.
- Large opening bathing platform for easy access after swimming.
- Dinghy garage designed for Williams 285 jet tender with docking system.
- Flush, opening hatches bringing heaps of light and ventilation to the interior.
- Easy docking system.
- Dining area converts to king-sized lounge.
- Long galley with fridge drawers, dishwasher, ice-maker, microwave and espresso maker.
- Versatile interior layouts – 3, 4, 5 or 6 cabins.
- Vinylester sandwich construction, stainless steel keel bolts, main bulkhead laminated to deck and hull.
100th Hanse 575 is heading to Australia
We can’t believe Hanse has sold 100x 575s in just over a year. And we’re absolutely thrilled that the 100th boat is heading Downunder.
Peter Hrones commented on why this yacht has been so successful.
“The 575 is a lot of volume for its price, and there’s a huge choice in terms of layout and fit out.
Hanse’s trademark self-tacking headsail and all lines leading aft allows easy short or single-handed sailing. Plus, it’s the only boat in its class that fits a jet tender in the dinghy garage.
We’re really looking forward to showing the 100th boat this year’s SIBS”.
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Boating New Zealand April 2014
“The new Hanse 575 is 17 metres of easy, short-handed sailing, with the space and luxury of a five-star hotel suite. There’s even a small cellar beneath the saloon sole.
She is simple to sail, and the design’s obviously struck a chord with international buyers – more than 100 have been sold since the design’s debut a year ago.
The simplicity begins with Hanse’s trademark self-tacker. A welcome feature with a 63m2 jib, flicking from tack-to-tack is a silent, sharp contrast to the flurry of flying sheets and frenetic cranking that marks conventional tacks. Then there’s the German mainsheet system – enabling trimming from either of the twin helms.
All sheets, including the mainsheet, lead back via jammers to the big Lewmar primaries. These are within easy reach of the helmsman and, running through under-deck channels, the sheets are all but invisible. They tail into bins hidden discreetly under the seats just aft of the winches.”
Take a video tour of the Hanse 575 below
Watch Hanse 575 Test Video by Yachting World below