This Hanse 385 is now sold.
We’ve optioned this superb yacht to wow the crowds at this year’s Sydney International Boat Show. She’s now safely in Australia and Team Windcraft are commissioning her ready for the Sydney International Boat Show. 385 #104 has been optioned with cruising couples in mind or those who most of the time only need one guest cabin.
A two cabin layout gives you a fabulous long galley and a huge storage lazarette complete with functional shelving.
A neat sliding berth in the saloon gives you an extra bed for when 4 friends want to join you overnight. This deftly converts the saloon berth to a double with no need to do anything to the table.
So far all our Hanse 385 owners absolutely love the well thought out interiors. Details like the subtle back lighting and sliding blind/fly-screen combo have been well received by owners.
We have optioned this boat with a full cruise, navigation pack and comfort pack which covers all the must haves and luxuries. The latest touchscreen plotter from Simrad is already proving a success. The NSS8 has clever features which are certain to keep the gadget lovers happy.
The AP 24 Autopilot is proven and top of the range. Nothing beats sitting down for lunch at the cockpit table, far out on the ocean and letting your ‘extra crew member’ steer.
In addition to the nav pack we have added an additional wind instrument which gives you a full set of instruments at each wheel.
A two blade folding prop has been added to the Volvo D1-30 which is a quiet and powerful saildrive.
Down below in the lovely long galley is a second fridge – a luxury for those long holidays afloat. Combined with generous two door standard fridge it makes your food stowage easy.
The interior wood is a light mahogany which contrasts well with the creamy/beige fabric.
To complete the elegant, somewhat traditional interior colour scheme of this boat we have chosen the classic stripe (holly and teak) floorboards.
If 385 #104 appeals… Call Mary on 02 9979 1709 to discuss what local extras you would like to add. You might opt for a bimini for helm shade, a dodger to keep out winter breezes…and of course a BBQ for those all important leisurely meals at anchor.Read More