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Old 08-09-2013, 03:02   #1
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Old 08-09-2013, 04:50   #2
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This yours?
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Old 08-09-2013, 07:40   #3
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I have one on order for delivery from the factory next European spring.
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Old 13-12-2013, 11:28   #4
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New Video of the Hanse 505


Video Channel*-*Hanse 505*| HanseYachts






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Old 13-12-2013, 12:43   #5
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I have one on order for delivery from the factory next European spring.
Congrats, I love the new 505, especially the suntanning booth inside the cockpit. I hope Hanse will pass this design on their small boats like the 40's plus.
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Old 17-12-2013, 20:42   #6
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Beautiful boat! Can't go wrong with German engineering. Enjoy.
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Old 17-12-2013, 21:12   #7
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Hi all, looking for crew for the ARC BALTIC RALLY 2014 for the legs Kiel to St Petersburg over 20 days if you know anyone who might be interested.


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Old 17-12-2013, 21:41   #8
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That bed scares me. Does Hanse provides lee clothes or boards to use with it while underway or at anchor? Looks high to fall out.
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Old 20-12-2013, 13:04   #9
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That bed scares me. Does Hanse provides lee clothes or boards to use with it while underway or at anchor? Looks high to fall out.
Most likely it does not come with lee clothes, but it is not so difficult for owners to add later when it is called for. It is not a deal breaker for me.
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And a berth you can walk around vs climb over; I'd happily take a few lumps for it!
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Old 13-01-2014, 05:11   #11
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Hanse 505: Review and test - Sailing Today | Sailing Today



Hanse 505: Wednesday, 18 December 2013 13:41
This is an overview of a much longer test that features in the February issue of Sailing Today. To purchase the full copy, or for any back-issues, go here.
Although the Judel/Vrolijk design team created her as a fast cruiser, at 14 tons dry the Hanse 505 is no lightweight flyer. Instead she relies on her powerful rig, long waterline and hydrodynamic hull lines to ensure fast passage times and an exciting sail.
Her deep T-keel keeps the ballast where it’s needed and gives her a decent righting moment. She also has a high-aspect, balanced spade rudder that extends almost to the keel foot.
Her hull is still laid up by hand to ensure complete evenness of the moulding and a balsa core above the waterline helps keep weight down and improves insulation. Bulkheads are bonded to the hull sides and deck for increased stiffness and, common with the entire Hanse range, waterproof epoxy-based vinylester resins are used throughout.
An important part of the design brief was to make it possible to sail this oceangoing cruiser single-handed if necessary, so all the sail control lines drop abruptly from the mast-step turning blocks into channels beneath the deck, re-emerging just ahead of substantial Lewmar 55AST primary winches (electric on our boat) on the cockpit coaming, just forward of the two helming positions.
Under Sail
Under full canvas she was pushed hard in the Force 5 conditions, but took it in her stride and powered on through the light chop. Speeds were impressive for a cruising yacht, with the log showing 9.4kn on a close reach, increasing to 10.2kn with an apparent 27kn across her beam. In gusts close to 25kn true she heeled to her rail, but kept driving forward – only threatening to round up when we didn’t get to the mainsheet in time. Thanks to her very deep rudder it takes a lot to shift her off her course.
Verdict
Hanse’s reputation for building good quality cruising yachts has improved considerably over the past decade. While they have always been well constructed using the latest materials, they haven’t always been ‘desirable’. By that I mean their looks haven’t always had the ‘row away factor’ and their interiors have been somewhat rudimentary.
Now, the yard seems to have leapt ahead, building proper offshore yachts to a high spec. They not only look pretty stunning, but are also comfortable to the point of luxury. Intelligent deck design has made the 505 easy to handle with limited crew and her sailing performance is sparkling, without detriment to overall sea-kindliness and safety.
I could see myself confidently sailing around the world in one of these, without the need to spend a fortune on extras.
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Galley and Saloon. Home away from home.
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Old 18-01-2014, 16:30   #13
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Great looking boat ! but I would hate to try and cook a meal in anything over 20 knots of wind !! But then I like a tighter set up galley !!
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Old 31-01-2014, 06:02   #15
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That bed scares me. Does Hanse provides lee clothes or boards to use with it while underway or at anchor? Looks high to fall out.
You're quite right, I had the same idea looking at her at Dusseldorf. On the previous models like ours(470) they offered a bed on the port side for the owner's cabin. We love it, because it's more to the centre of the boat (less rocky when sailing), you don't fall out (at least sailing on a starboard tack) and you get more space in the cabin on the starboard side. Additionally: you would be amazed how much stuff you can put underneath; it's my garage with all spare equipment. This version is not offered anymore, what a pity! One reason not to buy her. (She is also slower than ours)
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