The new Hanse 575 sets new standards in the 57 foot class. She’s a sleek and stunning Judel/Vrolijk yacht with an outstanding cockpit, revolutionary dinghy garage and contemporary, versatile interior.

Key Features
– Sleek Judel/Vrolijk design – Hanse original self-tacking headsail integral to the design from day 1. – All lines lead under the deck to the winches next to the helm position. – Fully battened main sail with the option of furling main. – Double cockpit tables you can convert to a huge sun baking area. – Continuous bulwark brings style and safety. -Large opening bathing platform for easy access after swimming. – Dinghy garage designed for Williams 285 jet tender with docking system. – Flush, opening hatches bringing heaps of light and ventilation to the interior. – Easy docking system. -Dining area converts to king-sized lounge. – Long galley with fridge drawers, dishwasher, ice-maker, microwave and espresso maker. – Versatile interior layouts – 3, 4, 5 or 6 cabins. – Vinylester sandwich construction, stainless steel keel bolts, main bulkhead laminated to deck and hull.

Peter Hrones commented on why the 575 has been so successful:

“The 575 is a lot of volume for its price, and there’s a huge choice in terms of layout and fit out. Hanse’s trademark self-tacking headsail and all lines leading aft allows easy short or single-handed sailing. Plus, it’s the only boat in its class that fits a jet tender in the dinghy garage. We’re really looking forward to showing the 100th boat this year’s SIBS”.
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