Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Hanse 32 C

While I was at Rice and Cole I took a single photo of this Hanse 32 C. I have since discovered she was built in Germany to a high specification, and that her interior is luxuriously fitted out. Designed by Judel/Vrolyjk she is optimised for shorthanded performance sailing with a self-tacking, furling jib, a fully battened mainsail with lazyjacks, and control lines to the cockpit. Her forward accommodation includes a double ‘v’ berth, a hanging locker and bags of shelf space. In the main cabin there is 6’ 2” standing headroom. Long settees and a large table provide ‘home’ comforts. She is light and airy on account of her port lights, both in the coachroof and the hull.

If you have £60,000 to spare and more to keep her, you will be able to get hold of a nice second-hand Hanse 32. The much cheaper option is to hire* one when you have time to sail her and in a location where the weather is better than it is in the UK most of the time.


LOA                        32’ 00”

LWL                        28’ 6”

Beam                    10’ 8”

Draught                4’ 7”



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