Hanse

Breaking rules, setting trends – since 1990:

Hanse Yachts a placé la barre très haut grâce à des innovations constantes : nous avons rendu la navigation plus facile, plus rapide et plus confortable que jamais.

Notre engagement clair à répondre aux besoins de nos clients en matière de navigation moderne a fait de nous l'un des plus grandioses fabricants de voiliers de haute mer au monde. Et nous continuerons sans relâche à faire en sorte que la navigation avec Hanse Yachts soit l'une des expériences de loisir les plus agréables que vous puissiez vivre - à l'avenir également.

Découvrez comment tout a commencé :

2017-18
Photos des modèles de yachts 2017 - 2018

Hanse Yachts lance quatre nouveaux modèles :

Les Hanse 348, Hanse 388, Hanse 418 et Hanse 548. Ils sont présentés pour la première fois à Cannes.

Hanse customizing :

Tous les modèles surprennent par leur atmosphère de vie encore plus chaleureuse, un intérieur très moderne avec une gamme variée de couleurs tendance et de nouveaux bois élégants.

En même temps, les yachts se distinguent par un cockpit encore plus spacieux, des lignes élégantes, une zone de navigation élargie et des performances plus sûres et plus rapides.

2016-17
Le système d'entraînement du gouvernail Emotion équipé sur le Hanse 315

Innovation par Hanse Yachts :

En 2016, HanseYachts se met à l'e-mobilité et présente le premier yacht fabriqué en série à hanseboot à Hambourg, le Hanse 315, doté de la propulsion à safran e-motion.

Le Hanse 315 est élu Yacht européen de l'année dans la catégorie Family Cruiser. Le jury a été convaincu par la combinaison parfaite d'un design moderne, des meilleures performances, de la facilité d'utilisation, du grand nombre d'options de personnalisation et du prix modéré.

Première mondiale à Cannes :

Le nouveau Hanse 588 fait suite au célèbre Hanse 575. Il est équipé de série d'un double étai, d'un T-top renforcé en carbone et de l'innovation Hanse Silet Mastercabin, qui amortit les bruits gênants pour garantir une grande tranquillité. La cabine est équipée d'une isolation acoustique spéciale et toutes les pompes et systèmes se trouvent à l'extérieur de la cabine.

2015-16
Photos du modèle de yacht 2015 - 2016

Le seul pour toutes les couleurs de la vie

Le nouveau Hanse 315. Ce yacht est disponible au choix avec une barre à roue ou une barre franche. Il est nommé Yacht européen de l'année.

Avec le nouveau navire amiral, le Hanse 675, le premier modèle Hanse doté d'un T-top renforcé de carbone est fabriqué en série.

2014-15
Les propriétaires du Hanse 455 apprécient de plonger dans l'eau depuis la plateforme de bain.

Lancement du nouveau Hanse 455

Il poursuit le concept de personnalisation sans compromis et est introduit sur le marché avec trois quilles et un grand nombre de variantes d'aménagement.

Il surprend avec le plus grand cockpit de sa catégorie et offre un bain de soleil en option sur la superstructure de la cabine devant le mât.

2013-14
Hanse 575 fait son entrée dans un port australien

Première mondiale à Cannes

Le Hanse 505 établit de nouvelles normes dans sa catégorie en matière de confort, de performances et de nombre d'options de personnalisation.
 

En Australie

En décembre 2013, le 100e Hanse 575 est vendu en Australie.

2012-13
Graphique de la navigation facile du Hanse 415

Innovation par Hanse Yachts :

Hanse Yachts perfectionne son concept Easy Sailing et propose un cockpit entièrement dépourvu de cordages dans le Hanse 345, une fois de plus premier chantier de fabrication en série. Tous les cordages sont guidés vers la barre. Le Hanse 345 est donc parfait pour naviguer seul - confortablement et facilement.

Première mondiale du Hanse 575 à Amsterdam

En tant que premier chantier de fabrication en série, HanseYachts propose avec le Hanse 575 un yacht qui permet de ranger l'annexe de manière peu encombrante dans le sens de la longueur du bateau.

Le Hanse 415, lancé en 2011, est élu Yacht européen de l'année dans la catégorie Family Cruiser par un jury d'experts.

Bannière fabriquée en Allemagne depuis 1990
2011-12
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Hanse 385

The first Hanse 385 is launched and sets sail for the boat shows in Scandinavia just a short time after on its own keel.

In Dusseldorf, the new Hanse 415 is presented for the first time.
 

Innovation by HanseYachts:

HanseYachts pushes forward the trend to LED and, together with lamp designers, develops the Hanse Smart Lighting Concept. Various light sources (indirect lighting in the ceiling of the saloon, atop cupboards, in the bow or on the floor) create the perfect overall lighting atmosphere. The concept is available for the models Hanse 385, Hanse 415, Hanse 445, Hanse 495 and Hanse 545.

HanseYachts develops the Hanse Smart Mooring System. This enables the yachts to be easily manoeuvred in narrow harbours via joystick. The system is introduced in series at the beginning of the 2011/2012 model year in the Hanse 445 and Hanse 495.

The last Hanse 400 leaves the yard. With a course of 6,000 sea miles to Brazil, it takes on the longest delivery voyage in its class on its own keel. It marks the end of the successful Hanse 400 capital and lends a special, honourable touch to the closure.

2010-11
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The new models Hanse 325 and Hanse 355 replace the older Hanse 320 and Hanse 350.

In autumn 2010 in Southampton, the successor of the Hanse 430, the Hanse 445, is launched.

2009-10
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Premiere of the Hanse 375

The yacht is presented for the first time at the Tuborg Boat Show in Denmark and amazes visitors with its enlarged cockpit, an optional second wheel, a sunlit saloon with excellent ventilation, and outstanding performance.
 

World premiere in Holland too

At the HISWA in IJmouden, HanseYachts presents the new Hanse 545. Visitors are amazed by the yacht’s spaciousness and its solid, innovative construction which guarantees fast, easy and safe sailing.

2008-09
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The yacht models Hanse 320, Hanse 350 and Hanse 400 receive a major facelift. The model names remain unchanged.

2007-08
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The entire range is put on display at boot Dusseldorf: the Hanse 630e as the largest boat, the Hanse 320 and Hanse 350, the further developments of the Hanse 315 and Hanse 342 models. Each present the new exterior language and interior design.
 

Best performance:

The SY Frühstücksdirektor sails at the 2007 Baltic Sprint Cup and is the first to cross the finish line at every stage of the race. It takes first place in the overall ranking and is the fastest yacht by far. Also on board are Jörn Bock, Ralf Moser and Jan Dabelstein.

HanseYachts continues its presence in the regatte scene in April 2008. For the crew of the Minnic, the yard develops a cruise-racer yacht based on the Hanse 430e: the Hanse 430e competition. It scores with 20 per cent more sailing area and 1.5 metric tons less weight, without compromising outstanding stability and an optimised deck layout.

The owner, Eiken Albers, and his high-calibre crew – Ralph Moser, Jörn Bock, Stefan Matschuk, Rasmus Pichler, Timo Jacobs, Jan Dabelstein and Jörn Dierks – successfully participate in the most renowned regattas in the Mediterranean.

2006-07
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Making a splash with sportiness

At the start of 2006, the Hanse 430 is launched. It is a yacht with fast lines and a sporty open stern.

The Hanse 400e, the epoxy version of the Hanse 400, is awarded as European Yacht of the Year.
 

Hanse sets its sights high

Leveraging its huge expertise and spirit for innovation, the yard builds the world's largest series-manufactured yacht to date: the Hanse 630e. With it, Hanse launches the first intelligent hinged armature system in series manufacture.

With the launch of the Hanse 470e and Hanse 540e, Hanse now offers eight innovative and modern yacht models after just ten years on the market.

2005-06
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A new, confident appearance

HanseYachts now dons its striking logo with the brand’s typical wave.

The yard makes waves at the autumn trade show with the presentation of the Hanse 315, Hanse 370 and Hanse 400. All in all, HanseYachts now offers a range of six models: the Hanse 315, Hanse 342, Hanse 370, Hanse 400, Hanse 461 and Hanse 531.

The Hanse 461 wins the coveted special award Europe’s Most Innovative Yacht, within the vote for the European Yacht of the Year, at boot Dusseldorf.
 

Innovation by HanseYachts continues:

The yard caters even more closely to customers’ desires by offering them the chance to customise their dream boat. After many ideas and trials, HanseYachts announces the solution: its Individual Cabin Concept. It enables series-manufactured yachts to be individualised to a maximum. Thanks to intelligent technology and exceptional know-how, customers are now spoilt for choice when it comes to the interior design of their personal yacht.

The new Hanse 400 is available in 80 different variants, for instance. And together with the Hanse 370, it is the first series-manufactured yacht with a steep stem. This provides a longer water line and the typical Hanse performance.

 

2004-05
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Easy, safe sailing

The Hanse Easy Sailing Concept enjoys increasing popularity among sailing enthusiasts and is continually enhanced. The yard focuses on the evolution of the typical Hanse, clear contour language and subsequently launches the Hanse 342 on the market. Likewise constructed of brand-new epoxy, the Hanse 461 perfectly complements the Hanse 411 and the flagship Hanse 531 which are also offered in an epoxy construction.

The models Hanse 311, later the Hanse 312, Hanse 411 and Hanse 371 receive a high-quality, modern facelift. The saloon of the Hanse 411 and Hanse 371 is fitted out with a cosy atmosphere thanks to comfortable chairs. The map table not only serves as the navigation hub, it is also integrated into the room concept. Together with a one-rope reefing system, the yachts are even family-friendlier, both above and below deck.

2003-04
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The first series-manufactured yacht over 50 feet

A jury, consisting of the eleven most significant European water sport magazines, votes for the Hanse 341 as the first-place winner and the Hanse 311 as the second-place winner of the renowned Yacht of the Year award, honoured at boot Dusseldorf.

The largest project to date, the flagship Hanse 531 is launched and is presented with success to an amazed audience at the trade shows in Geneva and Hamburg. The Hanse 531 is the first series-manufactured yacht whose interior is based on the loft design by Birgit Schnaase.

2002-03
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HanseYachts reinforces its position on the market

Extensive investments are made in new machine-based technologies and manufacturing plants. In this financial year, the Hanse 300 and Hanse 311 receive a completely refurbished and modern high-gloss interior.

2001
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Hanse 411 & Hanse 341

In 2001, HanseYachts brings out the Hanse 411, another successful yacht extending over 40 feet. The Hanse 341 is also launched, likewise featuring a new construction in collaboration with judel/vrolijk & co..

2000
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The turn of the century sees the launch of the Hanse 311, designed by the renowned yacht construction office judel/vrolijk & co. The yachts Hanse 311 and Hanse 331 are named European Yacht of the Year, while the Hanse 371 DS takes second place.

1999
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The first new development:

judel/vrolijk & co, one of the world’s best construction and yacht design offices, realises the Hansa DNA perfectly: fast, beautiful, innovative yachts which score both on long haul voyages and in regattas.

The first in-house new development, the Hanse 371, is born. Its characteristics become the Hanse trademark: a modern, elegant contour language, a functional design, fast lines and a particularly special atmosphere of well-being.

The Hanse 371 is honoured as European Yacht of the Year. Together with the Hanse 401, it is the first yacht on the market to be series manufactured with a high-gloss finish. With the Hanse 371, the grey cast iron / lead keel is integrated into a further series-manufactured model.

1997-98
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The Hanse 301 is the successor of the Hanse 291

It is longer, wider and has a completely new interior. The keel of the Hanse 292 is also laid down at this time. With its new interior offering a spacious atmosphere and open bow area, it convinces sailing experts and enthusiasts alike.

In 1998, the Hanse 292 wins the coveted European Yacht of the Year award.

The first Hanse over 40-feet long:

Construction of the first large Hanse begins at the yard, the Hanse 401. Based on the successful and beautifully designed Bianca 420, it amazes enthusiasts with its new stern and new, modern interior, among others.

 

1993-94
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Just a year after the first world premiere, another Hanse yacht goes into series manufacture, the Hanse 331. It is based on the Finngulf 33, and in 1994 was introduced to an amazed audience at the boat show in Hamburg.

1993
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World premiere of the first Hanse yacht:

In 1993, the yard created its first sensation with the presentation of the first series-manufactured yacht, the Hanse 291, at the International Hamburg Boat Show. The foundation for the yard’s story of success – breaking rules, setting trends – is laid.

With a yacht based on the Aphrodite 29 by the renowned Scandinavian designer Carl Baier. It is comfortable, completely fitted out with oiled teak, features the best sailing characteristics and is the first series-manufactured yacht with a self-tacking jib. At an unbeatable price of 44,444 German Marks, it is the absolute bestseller in Germany as well as in all of Europe, North America, Australia and Southeast Asia.

1990
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Hanse Yachts’ modern boatyard is built. It draws on the expertise of the former Greifswald Shipyard, with its long tradition of craftsmanship and deep pool of skilled labour.

before 1989
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The shipyard and boatbuilding in Greifswald look back over a centuries-old tradition:

In the 1980s. Greifswald Shipyard (formerly VEB Boots- und Reparaturwerft) launches its last newly-built sailing yacht.

1971. The ship repair business of the VEB Boots- und Reparaturwerft gets under way as an offshoot of the publicly owned Volkswerft Stralsund (People’s Yard of Stralsund). The Greifswald yard specialises in repair work, subcontracting and the production of consumer goods.

1953. The old Buchholz yard is nationalised by the East German authorities and becomes VEB Boots- und Reparaturwerft.

1911. Richard Buchholz buys the only Greifswald yard to survive the decline of trading under sail. Over the following 40 years, he builds it back up. Parts of his shipyard can still be seen today on the site of the Greifswald Museum Harbour.

1810. That master of German romantic landscape painting, Caspar David Friedrich, looks out over the water from today’s Hanse Yachts yard as he paints the ships lying in the port of Greifswald. His paintings, now highly valued, preserve to this day the importance of shipping and shipbuilding in the city.

1310 to 1363. The heyday of the Hanseatic League saw the city of Greifswald flourish. Its first mention as a member of the League came in 1278, and it remains known as an important Hanseatic city, dedicated to shipping and boatbuilding.

Early 13th century. Salt workers founded a settlement around the Eldena monastery, from which Greifswald emerged. Traces of the saltpans that they worked can still be seen on the Hanse Yachts site today.