Hanse 411

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Hanse 411

Hanse 411

Hanse 411 built by Hanse in Germany 2002, commissioned 2003, designed by Judel and Vrolik.  RUDIUS had her hull copper coated in 2011 and has teak laid decks and cockpit.

Fractional 9/10th sloop rig with anodised aluminium spars and double spreaders.

Facnor roller furling, slab reefing mainsail with in line reefing, stack pack, lazy Jacks, Self tacking and furling headsail gear.  All control lines lead to cockpit via rope clutches

Full range of Navigation equipment includes Euronav Chartplotter which runs on PC or MAC).

Specification includes 6 x person dinghy with 3.5 hp Tohastu outboard.

This Hanse 411 will sleep 6 in 3 double cabins, plus occasional 7th in saloon.

The interior is high gloss varnished mahogany offset and lightened by white panelled bulkheads.  A further contrast is provided by the off white wickerwork locker doors, repeated throughout the boat.  The style is traditional with a modern effect.  There is no chart table in a conventional sense, navigation being carried out on the small port hand table between the two swivelling comfortable armchairs.  The surrounding area has been designed to provide stowage for charts and books.

The owners cabin is foreward and has a large standing area and includes dressing table / desk so it can double as an office.  The V berth is 1.98m long and 1.75 wide, with mahogany panelling to the hull sides.

RUDIUS is an elegant performance cruiser with a good cruising inventory.  This Hanse 411 is inn her second ownership from new and used mainly for local and south coast cruising.  The self tacking jib makes her ideal for single or short handed sailing. Strongly built, well designed by Judel and Vrolijk, well finished and a delight to sail.  Available to view on her mooring on the River Dart.

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