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Boat reviews from Rob Williams
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The Hanse 675 could well be the future for large production sailboats. She is setting new trends with speed, optimum comfort and is a large sailing yacht that can be managed easily as all the sailing functions are controlled from the helm positions. Whether you want her configured for cruising or performance, or something in between; her rig/sail options enable this. With four internal layouts, her new owner will be able to find one that suits. Ample skylights and hull windows enable optimum light and ventilation in all the interior layouts She has a large cockpit with an optional T-Top and a really spacious deck with a dedicated area forward of the mast for sunbathing. A large dinghy garage can carry an easy launch 3.25m jet tender. The kicker: the standard Hanse 675 is priced at less than Euro 950,000 - amazingly inexpensive for a yacht of this size and quality

Fact Box
21.10m | 69'2½
19.20m | 63'0½
.90m | 19'4"
3.10m | 10'2½ (standard)
2.70m | 8'9½ (option)
34.50t | 76,059lb approx.
D3-150, 107KW/146HP (standard
D4-225, 154KW/210HP (option)
Fresh water
980 litres approx.
Fuel tank
1,100 litres approx.
CE Certificate
A (ocean)
132.00m² | 1,420sqft approx.
Self-tacking jib
98.00m2 | 1,054sqft approx.
Genoa 140%
165.00m² | 1,776sqft approx.
280.00m² | 3,013sqft approx.
I: 27.30m | 89'6½
J: 7.75m | 26'4"
P: 26.50m| 86'9½
E: 9.10m | 29'8"
Judel / Vrolijk & co
Boat reviews from Rob Williams
Boat reviews from Rob Williams