Hanse 315

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The Hanse 315 is the smallest yacht from Hanse. This sailing yacht can boast with a lot of style and elegance. Its appeal does not lie only in its beauty, but also in its practical deck and cosy interior, which is full of light and fresh air. The yacht's sporty performance is excellent for both performance sailing as well as for a relaxed family cruise and will, along with the standard tiller and optional double steering wheel, meet the needs of a wide range of customers.

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Hanse 315 review

  • Philippa Park
  • November 11, 2015

Hanse’s new smallest addition was designed to be affordable. Graham Snook tested her to see if she’s worth it

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This test has unsettled me.

For the last few years, the Winner 9 has been the leader in her class.

No other yacht around her size could offer her excellent combination of performance, price, build quality and customisation.

Now Hanse has launched its 315, I’m not certain which boat is best.

The hull of the 315 is reminiscent of Hanse’s sportier brand, Dehler, and she sails very well.

But is she now top of the class?

I’m not sure I know myself.

Performance

A force 4-5 easterly whistled through Hamble Point Marina as we set off with full mainsail and self-tacking jib.

She handled the conditions well, her grip in the water was excellent.

Only when the mainsail was left sheeted as a gust hit would the toerail submerge and she’d gripe, but she has to be hard pressed even for that to happen.

At the helm

There’s a short stub of a transom behind the wheel, which gives some feeling of security.

Our test boat was yet to have the fold-down transom and aft guardrails fitted, which I expect would remove the worry of dogs, children or helmsmen disappearing off the back without notice.

With the aft cabin beneath it, the cockpit is slightly higher than normal, but unless you’re standing at the wheel it’s barely noticeable.

Sitting to leeward, the pushpit makes a very comfortable backrest.

On the windward side I was reliant on the grip from my bum on the coaming as the foot blocks were yet to be installed.

(These will be fitted where the owner wants them, once she is sold).

The feeling on the Jefa steering was delightful: light, with no slack or echo of movement from the opposite wheel.

The danger with a steering system this good is that you find yourself waggling the wheels around to enjoy her responsiveness, which does little for her speed or your course, but it is fun.

Hanse 315

Design & construction

Her hull is designed by Judel/Vrolijk with an almost plumb bow and stern making full use of her 9.1m (28ft 8in) hull length.

She only loses 40cm at her waterline.

From aft it’s clear to see there’s less internal volume beneath the cockpit, making her waterline narrower.

She has a foam-cored hull above the waterline, solid laminate below, and her deck is balsa- cored.

The inner tray moulding makes up the seat bases in the saloon and provides recesses for the bulkheads.

Nine bolts hold the deep, L-shaped keel in place.

Her self-tacking jib makes the crew redundant during tacks.

She had the optional Elvstrom FCL laminate jib and fully-battened mainsail with single-line slab reefing.

The mainsail was on Seldén’s excellent MDS cars, the jib benefiting from vertical battens near the head, which stop the top of the leech falling away and flapping with a frequency from Harley Davidson to Vespa, depending on course and wind speed.

Deck layout

Halyards and jib sheet are controlled by the two Lewmar 40ST winches either side of the companionway.

There are two others further aft, which can be used for a German mainsheet system or for offwind sails.

The cockpit locker to port is a good size, it’s hull depth, but where the moulding from the aft cabin beneath impinges on the locker it actually makes a good shelf.

There’s washboard stowage at the front that looked vulnerable to attack from dinghies or fenders.

The cockpit coaming isn’t the most supportive, but it’s nice and wide to sit on or comfortable to rest against.

The pick of the seats is a lovely rounded and reclined seatback at the aft end of the coachroof.

Even without the luxury of a cockpit cushion it was still snug and comfortable.

Stepping over the wide coaming onto the deck, there are short handrails to help you to the swept- back spreaders (with chainplates taken to the toerail) but nothing further forward.

It’s still a short distance to the mast, so longer handrails would have been nice.

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Living aboard

There are two interior layout options and having been on board both, it is a tough decision; both have advantages.

Without the forecabin door, but with a large aperture in the forward bulkhead instead, you have a vast saloon area giving space and light.

With the full bulkhead and door you have privacy and cupboard stowage.

Your choice will depend on your circumstances; either way there is still a large, athwartships berth (with a minimum size of 1.93m x 1.65m) in the fair-sized aft cabin.

One of the reasons for my indecision is the clever use of space in the forecabin if you opt for the bulkhead and the three- in-one layout it gives.

The first layout is a standard V-berth (2.05m long x 1.55m at the head, 0.66m at the foot).

But lift the port-side cushion and a hinged board lifts and folds back, revealing a neat seat in the inner moulding, complete with cushion and backrest – and you’ve still got a full-sized single berth.

Lift the smaller starboard cushion, slide the bunk base under a locker and you now have a 1.39m long children’s double berth.

There is the question of what to do with the excess cushions: personally I’d relegate them to the oversized aft berth.

Sadly, if you opt for the open-plan interior, this innovative solution is done away with and the berth is full width and fixed.

Innovative touches

She has the touch-panel light switch found throughout the Hanse and Dehler range, so the lights can be programmed or dimmed – rare on this size of boat, as are LED lights in the recess of the overhead handrail.

The reading lights on stalks are also worth mentioning as they can be switched to red or white.

The saloon is a small (11cm) step up, the port-side seat is 1.93m long and would make a good sea berth with a leecloth added – and you will need one, because the starboard-side seat is a bit too short (1.65m).

Although it’s possible to sleep five, the saloon table again is a little frugal at 0.84m long, best suited to four diners.

The headroom is 1.74m (5ft 8in) in the saloon.

Although there are overhead handrails I felt a grab-handle aft of the chart table at a more accessible height would be an advantage, but any owner could easily add this.

Aft to port is a very large heads at the base of the companionway.

It’s a good storage place for wet oilskins, a fact not lost on the designers who have made a cut-out in the single piece GRP moulding to allow oilskins to hang and drain into the shower tray.

Further aft is the sink and inboard-facing toilet.

Hanse 315

Chart table

The chart table has a minimum size of 0.65m x 0.51m and can be used seated, facing aft (beware of the corner by your thigh) or standing, facing outboard.

Opening the switch panel reveals a bundle of wiring all labeled with words, far better than the usual code numbers that have to be deciphered.

There are two bottom-hinged lockers outboard, and bookshelves will be added outboard of the saloon seating.

The small L-shaped galley is a good height to work and wash up at the single sink but the stove really needs a crash bar, because accessing the top-opening fridge on a port tack means leaning against the cooker.

The galley lacks workspace and stowage – the fiddled shelves outboard of the stove are OK, just.

One could say these details should be corrected, but she’s built to an attractive price.

Hanse said she’s more expensive than they had planned, but she is a better boat.

Maintenance

Access to the engine is from the front or either side.

Topping up the saildrive gearbox oil wouldn’t be the easiest of jobs, but neither is it impossible.

A single 90Ah service battery is under the starboard saloon berth (a second is optional).

The battery charger sits under the port berth.

All seacocks have neat slides on the handle to prevent them opening by accident.

Hanse 315

OUR VERDICT ON THE BOAT

What’s she like to sail.

She’s a very easy boat to handle, thanks in part to her simple self-tacking jib arrangement.

Twin wheels on 31ft yachts seem here to stay, although she is available with a tiller, which keeps her cost down – but only one of the first 10 owners have opted for one.

The Jefa steering is as good as it is on many bigger, more expensive boats; it was light, silky smooth and responsive.

The leather-covered wheels were comfortable to use.

The cockpit sole occasionally felt a little high but this was minor and easily forgotten because the way she sails is very good indeed.

The mainsheet is ideally located between the wheels (but a German mainsheet or traveller are options).

It was easy to brace a foot on the table and heave in the sheet, or ease it out in gusts.

Not that the mainsheet needs much attention: only when water was washing down the side deck did she show any sign of disobedience – the angle of heel and increasing weight on the wheel gave fair warning well before we reached that point.

What’s she like in port and at anchor?

Her single and substantial bow roller sits well proud of her vertical bow.

The chain locker is deep, with stowage for fenders and plenty of chain for coastal cruising.

She’s manoeuvrable and will turn well in tight spaces.

There is a fair old distance between her saildrive and rudder, which causes a bit of delay between applying thrust and it being directed by the rudder, but it’s predictable.

The forward end of the cockpit was made for lounging: back to the coachroof, looking aft over the transom and anchorage – perfect, for two people at least.

Down below, the galley worktops are higher than usual, thanks partly to the sunken floor (to gain headroom) but it’s actually a comfortable height to work at.

The heads is a large, all-in-one GRP compartment with a built-in shower and space for hanging oilskins; it works well.

The saloon is bright and benefits from simple, neat design.

The open-plan option, which does away with the enclosed forward bulkhead and door, increases the feeling of space – something often lacking on smaller yachts.

Would she suit you and your crew?

In the past, it’s fair to say that accommodation was a higher priority for Hanse than sailing performance.

While the 315 hasn’t crossed over to being performance-orientated, she strikes a good balance.

She might not have the interior quality of a few other boats in her class, but neither does she have their price tag.

The 315 benefits from Hanse’s bulk-buying power and technology trickling down from its other models.

She starts off at a low price (£70,000 Inc VAT), then options help you tailor her to your requirements and your finances.

She’s available with twin wheels or tiller, shallow keel or deep.

The galley and chart table are the only compromised areas and even they aren’t off-putting.

The saloon is good, as are the cabins and cockpit, but she could do with a few more grab handles and a crash bar at the galley.

She’s a versatile boat, the Hanse 315.

A good buy for anyone starting out with their first new boat, or downsizing from a larger yacht.

If coastal cruising is your main aim – unless you have a large, grown-up family or crew in tow – she’ll make a great boat to do just that.

FACTS AND FIGURES

Price £92,300 Inc VAT LOA 9.62m (31ft 6in) LWL 8.70m (29ft 8in) Beam 3.35m (11ft 0in) Draught 1.85m (6ft 1in) or 1.37m (4ft 6in) Displacement 4,700kg (10,361 lb) Ballast 1,500kg (3,306 lb) Ballast ratio 31.9(%) Sail area 47m2 (506sq ft) SA/D ratio 17 Diesel 160 litres (35 gal) Water 230 litres (50 gal) Engine 20hp Transmission Saildrive RCD category A Designer Judel/Vrolijk & Co Builder Hanse Yachts UK Agent Inspiration Marine  Tel +44 (0)2380 457008  Web Hanseyachts.co.uk

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  • By Jeremy McGeary
  • Updated: January 30, 2007

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Hanse Yachts didn’t plan on selling the Hanse 315 in America, but U.S. customers requested its appearance, despite the freight premium on a boat this small. Described by the builder as a family performance cruiser, in its standard form the clean-cut 315 is set up for daysailing and close-to-home cruising.

No dodger base is molded in the cabin trunk, and a bimini is precluded by the mainsheet, which attaches to a single point on the cockpit sole forward of the steering pedestal. Singlehanded sailing would be easier and likely more fun with the tiller-steering option. The full-battened mainsail provides drive, and the self-tacking roller-furling jib, which employs a curved track and mast-routed sheet system, makes maneuvering a piece of cake. Installed genoa tracks allow a quick upgrade for club racing or cruising in regions known for light air.

Below, the interior is bright, simply laid out, and functional, though the Hanse modernist approach to decor threatens fiddles with extinction; galley activities are best done at anchor. Artful design allows the forward cabin to convert from a normal V-berth to a single with standing room and a seat. A second cabin is aft of the galley; the head is to port of the companionway, with access to the cockpit locker.

In barely 6 knots of wind, the Hanse 315 sailed at about 3 knots under jib and main and responded quickly to the light helm. Under power, flat out at 3,800 rpm, it made 7.7 knots; at a more leisurely 2,600 rpm, it achieved a useful 6.2 knots.

Hanse has recently released a new, updated and highly customizable edition of the 315 which was named a Cruising World Boat of the Year in 2016. The new yacht features a number of interior layout options and a variety of colors.

Hanse 315 Specs

LOA: 31′ 0″ LWL: 27′ 4″ Beam: 10′ 6″ Draft (standard): 5′ 9″ Sail Area: 495 sq. ft. Displacement: 8,589 lb. Water: 32 gal. Fuel: 13 gal. Engine: 21-hp. Yanmar Designer: Judel/Vrolijk & Co. Price: $122,000 Hanse Yachts US, (410) 626-1493, www.hanseyachts.com

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Hanse 315 Details

The Hanse 315 might be compact in size at just 31 feet, but stepping on board you'll immediately notice that nothing on this sailboat gives the impression that it's the smallest model in the series. Hanse is a leader in design and innovation and sets the standard in the luxury cruising sailboat market. Easy to sail, high-end performance, and lower deck accommodations that rival much larger boats, the 315 lives up to the Hanse reputation. It has also received numerous awards including the European Yacht of the Year in 2016 and the 2017 winner of the Sailing Today Awards.

As the  Hanse Yachts dealer  for the west coast of the U.S., Seattle Yachts can help you design your 315 from the layout to the woods, fabric, colors, and more. Our new yacht build management team has decades of experience helping clients in to the right vessel. We are with you every step of the way as little or as much as you'd like.

Please enjoy this walk-through video on the Hanse 316 from Yachting World:

The Hanse 315 is the epitome of trend setting, something the Hanse shipyard often likes to do. Its exhilarating performance, seemingly unlimited customization options, clean style, and comfortable conveniences combine to form what may be the perfect sailing yacht under 35 feet.

Here are a few of the Hanse 315's attributes that make it a unique, 

  • The high rig on the 315 allows for a large sail area at the masthead. The wind is normally stable at this height which can increase the speed of the vessel and keep good balance.
  • The 388 has both a steep stern and a straight stem. This design attribute provides a long waterline at any heeling angle which results in superior speed.
  • The sail has been trimmed for optimal performance and there is an adjustable backstay included. This enables both the mast and the profile of the sail to adapt to the wind as it changes.
  • Hanse Yachts invented the integrated self-tacking jib system so all the lines go to the helm. Captains can now sail alone or enjoy more of the time with guests on board without working so much.
  • The deck of the 315 is very smooth and clean. The halyards and sheets are hidden below deck.
  • You have the ability to control the entire Helmsman system from the cockpit.

The main deck of the 315 has a minimalist, clean design that allows for more freedom of movement. The cockpit is an excellent space for lounging or having a meal with friends al fresco. While at anchor, easily lower the bathing platform, expanding the transom, and creating a wonderful sunbathing area.

The exterior of the 315 is only matched by the interior. The overhead windows and hatches provide a gentle breeze and an abundance of natural light. The materials, wood, and furnishings are all as elegant as possible while also having a sense of practicality. Space is plentiful in the salon and the galley is well-equipped to handle meal preparation for multiple guests.

The lower deck layout includes two different variations to best suit the owner's needs. The Hanse 315 offers up to four bunks on board for overnight adventures.

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Length Overall: 31' 7
Length at Water Level: 28' 7
Beam: 11'
Max Draft: 4.5' - 6.1'
Displacement: 11,243 lbs. - 11,684 lbs.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 26 Gallons
Water Tank Capacity: 55 Gallons

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Hanse 315

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Fast, easy and safe to sail in any weather, enjoy the coastline in comfort, perfect for bay hopping and exploring further up rivers and creeks.

Relaxed sailing on a Hanse 315

Easy handling

With all lines leading back to the cockpit on the Hanse 315, there is no need to leave the cockpit from slipping your berth until you return, making single-handed sailing a delight.

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specification

Length overall 9.62 m
Beam overall 3.35 m
Draft - Shallow Keel 1.35 m
Draft - L-Keel 1.85 m
Displacement - Shallow Keel 5,300 kg appr.
Displacement - L-Keel 5,100 kg appr.
Water Tank
210 l
Fuel Tank 100l
Standard Engine 13.6 hp
Total Sail Area 46 sqm
CE Category B-7

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The Hanse 315 is the smallest model in the range. However, it offers many of the advantages of a larger boat and the same standards in safety and quality as found throughout the Hanse family.

The 315 is a fast cruising yacht which offers exceptional levels of comfort, style and  safety. Whether you are bay hopping in the Mediterranean, taking on a longer passage, or exploring the UK coast line the Hanse 315 is the ideal choice.

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multifunction cabin

The forward cabin of the Hanse 315 offers multiple options in its layout. 

With a choice of full size double berth, single berth with seating area or a multi-function extension to the saloon space, the 315 can be configured to suit you.

Cabin on a Hanse 315

e-motion rudder drive

The Hanse 315 e-motion rudder is the world's first fully electric powered sailing yacht. In addition to zero emissions, the e-motion rudder creates very little noise allowing you to effortlessly glide through the water. As the drive comes from the rudder itself, the handling is greatly improved, allowing the 315 to turn on her own axis.

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Hanse 315 : All-rounder is good enough even when used

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 ·  01.09.2021

Very manoeuvrable thanks to the self-tacking jib: This means that even narrow waters like the one we tested in Friesland are no longer scary

Used boat profile of the Hanse 315

Prospective buyers must pay attention to this, model history, market situation, the hanse 315 in detail, yacht review of the hanse 315.

Finding a good compromise is undoubtedly an art. Sporty sailing characteristics require low weight, but this is often at the expense of living quality. A lot of living space, on the other hand, is heavy and can therefore only be properly manoeuvred with large sail areas. This means sacrificing ease of handling. An overly durable design is expensive, which makes the boats unaffordable for many. The Hanse 315 strikes the famous happy medium between cosiness, fun-filled sailing and neat construction.

Everything there for four

Below deck, the dimensions are comfortable, although not huge. The headroom of 1.80 metres in the foredeck and WC and 1.85 metres in the saloon is fine. The berths are actually quite large, certainly in the foredeck. The bed there even measures 2.30 metres in length. That's almost too much, as the aft berth is a few centimetres shorter than a comfortable length. Nevertheless, the bed fits the headroom. If you are not taller than 1.80 metres, a berth that is 1.90 metres long is sufficient.

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The feeling of space is great. Although the dark wood creates a very nave-like atmosphere, this is brightened up by the white main bulkhead and the large windows with sufficient light. This is pleasing, cosy and reasonably timeless. The shipyard called it "New England style" at the time. Some models even still have wickerwork in the hatch doors. Although this ensures good ventilation, it is somewhat sensitive. The test boat has solid hatches.

  • Type: Hanse 315
  • Design engineer: Judel/Vrolijk & Co
  • Built: 2005-2007
  • Quantity: 330
  • New price ready to sail: 70.000 €
  • Price today: 50.000 €

There is a small locker and the large berth described above in the foredeck. It is a full 1.60 metres wide at shoulder height. Enough space for two. Aft is a little tight, as the inner berth is only 30 centimetres high in the foot area. However, this only applies to the version with steering column and wheel. If a tiller is installed, there is more space. The width of the berth is fine at 1.50 metres.

The wet room is just as successful. It offers plenty of space, even for showering. In the saloon, four people sit comfortably around the large table. It can be folded to the side so that it is easy to get through to the foredeck. The Hanse's designers even found room for a real navigation station. However, this comes at the expense of the length of the saloon benches. 1.80 metres is enough for two people to sit on, but for many it is not enough to sleep on. Moreover, the width of 50 centimetres does not invite you to do so. However, you don't want to spend long periods of time with more than four people on board anyway. There is not enough space in the cockpit alone. No problem for a 31-footer.

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The galley is complete. Cupboards, cooker with oven, sink and refrigerator compartment - everything is there. The wooden surfaces have a dignified look and, together with the matt fittings, are almost elegant. You would like to spend some time here, not least because everything fits in terms of size. The passages are wide enough throughout, and the seats and backrests provide ergonomically comfortable seating.

There are a few details that are particularly pleasing: first and foremost the wet room. The passageway into the cockpit locker is practical to allow access to stowage items further down in the deep storage area. And a small, but still available clothes rail for wet oilskins answers the question: where to put them?

In the forward cabin, part of the berth area can be folded up. This creates a very comfortable cabin for single occupancy with seating and - almost more importantly - the option of getting dressed standing up in the cabin. The starboard berth is then still 75 centimetres wide. So much for the equipment below deck.

On the wind goes well

The wind is blowing at 10 to 14 knots during the test off Lemmer, ideal for the Hanseatic League. With a full sail, the yacht heads upwind through the narrow Friesland fairways. The yacht from Greifswald is very responsive at the helm. The wind edge is easy to find, and angles of well under 90 degrees are possible when tacking. A good 5 knots of speed is almost pleasing. The Hanse runs really well, also because of the folding prop on the saildrive.

The sail plan with self-tacking jib is typical of these boats. A real pleasure on a cruise, with virtually no work involved in tacking. Hanse advertised this very actively in the catalogue at the time: "A cruise with a Hanse becomes a luxurious cruise at sea." So far, so good. And then the copywriters orated at the time: "You promised your wife that a long time ago."

One thing is certainly true: Hanse has put an end to the days of huge headsails that could only be cranked tightly on small large-series winches with thick upper arms. This advantage comes at the price of two compromises: Firstly, the mainsail is correspondingly large and you have to know how to keep its power in check, and secondly, the self-tacking jib hardly works on courses deeper than 60 degrees to the wind.

While the main can be easily tamed with a little practice thanks to the strong backstay staysail, optional traveller, outhaul and downhaul, you have to invest in the headsail situation. You can either order the optional 140 per cent genoa package - which, however, brings with it the cranking problem downwind - or you can use a code zero or gennaker.

Gusts are acknowledged with pressure, the ship moves off

In any case, two additional winches in the cockpit are helpful. The platforms for this are already provided. If the gennaker is to be actively trimmed and the boat is being sailed with a tiller, then the person should ideally stand at the very aft end of the cockpit. This is not possible on the version with a wheel. There is not enough space. Regardless of whether you are turning or pushing: You need coloured cloth for the way to leeward, otherwise it's no fun.

The situation is different downwind: gusts are acknowledged with pressure and the boat sets off. If the gust prevails, a pull on the backstay helps, or the traveller moves to leeward and the pressure can be reduced to a desired level. This is just right for a sporty cruising yacht.

A steering wheel is installed on the test ship. Its movements are transferred to the quadrant via a rod. This works perfectly and without any play. If a traveller is installed, it divides the cockpit and no table can be attached to the steering column. However, the owner has found a retrofit solution for a table. However, it is stored in the large cockpit locker when not in use.

Tiller provides more legroom in the aft chamber of the Hanse 315

Keyword steering wheel: a tiller would certainly look good on the boat. It is agile and a lot of sailing power comes from the main. The helmsman can operate it easily when sitting on the high edge on the specially flattened coaming with the extension in his hand. The traveller and sheet are then perfectly within reach. In addition, the tiller provides more legroom in the aft compartment and, when folded up, is virtually unobtrusive in the harbour.

There are also some nice details on deck: The rigging is continuous, so the shrouds can be trimmed from the deck. The gas locker is easily accessible, and two lockers to the side of the passageway to the bathing platform offer plenty of space in addition to the already large storage space on the port side. It could be a little better organised. Things quickly disappear into the depths.

The shallow anchor locker is not so good. The chain will quickly pile up behind an (optional) anchor windlass. Compromise: This is also the reason why the bunk in the foredeck can be so - almost unnecessarily - long.

The Hanse 315 is like a VW Golf. It works well, has space for four and can also be a little sporty on the road if desired. It is also visually appealing without being particularly experimental. All of this also applies to the Hanse. Anyone looking for one should make sure that the hull-deck connection is still intact, plan to have the hull painted (if it is coloured and this has not already been done) and check the area around the keel for hairline cracks inside. This would be an indication of damage from running aground. Otherwise, the usual suspects are waiting: The saildrive boot will often still be the first one, given the years of manufacture, and has therefore reached the end of its service life. The same applies to the standing rigging after 15 years.

Otherwise, the Hanse 315 is a very worthwhile alternative in the club of 40,000-euro second-hand yachts, precisely because it has achieved an excellent compromise.

Gelcoat: Coloured coatings in particular tend to fade. Polishing often no longer helps. The result is an expensive repainting. White gelcoat is less susceptible

The 315 replaced the 312 in 2005 and was replaced by the 320 in 2007. During this time, the ship was built around 330 times. Examples with a tiller are rare. As was customary at Hanse, many ships were delivered with coloured gelcoats. The deep keel dominates the draught. 30 hp diesel as an option

The ship costs from 50,000 euros second-hand. More or less depending on the equipment and condition. The boats are usually sold quickly, so if you see one you like, don't hesitate for long.

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Technical data of the Hanse 315

  • CE design category: A
  • Torso length: 9,35 m
  • Width: 3,20 m
  • Draught/alternative: 1,75/1,40 m
  • Weight: 4,3 t
  • Ballast/proportion: 1,3 t/30 %
  • Mainsail: 27,5 m2
  • SW-Fock (100 %): 16 m2
  • machine (Yanmar): 15 kW/21 hp

Hull and deck construction

Hull and deck glued and screwed together. Both built using the hand lay-up method, bulkheads laminated, ISO resins, balsa core

A typical large series ship. The berth lengths and headroom are just right, as are the sailing characteristics. Also suitable used for a stress-free time on the water. Especially recommended for families and older couples thanks to its easy handling.

Design and concept

  • + Attractive exterior
  • - Low prices at SW-Fock

Sailing performance and trim

  • + Good feedback at the helm
  • + Easy to operate

Living and finishing quality

  • + Very spacious
  • + Good usable bunks

Equipment and technology

  • + Large baking box
  • - Quality of the coloured gelcoat

The article first appeared in YACHT 21/2020 and has been updated for the online version.

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Hanse 315 is a sailing yacht in production since 2016. Its fiberglass hull is 9.62 meters long, 3.35 meters wide and has a draft of 1.85 meters. The vessel has ten seats and four berths for passengers. International CE (A) certification allows it to operate on the high seas.

The cockpit of the model has two sofas for several people, equipped with spacious lockers for personal belongings. A folding wooden table and a passage to the captain's post with two chairs are provided between them. There are metal railings along the sides of the yacht, and the stern is equipped with a retractable platform with a removable ladder for access to the water and a towing attachment.

Opposite the cockpit table is the entrance to the main cabin Hanse 315. It has two soft sofas, between which there is a wooden dining table, a galley with a sink, oven and microwave oven, a refrigerator and several drawers for food / dishes, as well as an electronic control panel with a compact table. Portholes and hanging boxes for personal belongings are mounted in the sides. In the bow there is a spacious sleeping cabin with a bed for two people, a wardrobe, a table and a spacious locker. Behind the entrance staircase there is a compact cabin with a double bed, as well as a separate room with a bathroom and shower.

The sail area of the ship is 47 m². It is equipped with two 13 hp stationary motors. The fuel tank holds 100 liters and the fresh water tank holds 210 liters.

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The Ferretti Group, one of the world top companies specializing in the design, building and sale of motor yachts, with an amazing portfolio of eight of the most exclusive and prominent brands, is thrilled to announce its participation in the Moscow Boat Show 2013. From 12 to 17 March, two of the Group fleet’s most successful yachts will be presented as absolute premieres for the Russian market: motor yacht Ferretti 530, representing Ferretti Yachts , and the 27-foot Iseo superyacht tender by Riva .

Ferretti 530 Yacht to make her Russian premiere at Moscow Boat Show

Ferretti 530 Yacht to make her Russian premiere at Moscow Boat Show

This year’s Moscow Boat Show will also offer the Ferretti Group the opportunity to announce all yachting enthusiasts in Russia and Northern Eurasia a new important achievement in its international growth: the renewal of its exclusive dealership agreement for the Russian Federation with its partner Premium Yachts , one of the leading dealers operating in the boating sector in Russia , which will represent the Ferretti Yachts , Pershing , Itama , Bertram , Riva e Mochi Craft and Ferretti Custom Line brands.

The agreement – which was officially announced today during a press conference attended, among others, by Ferruccio Rossi (Ferretti Group’s CEO), Alexey Kurochkin (Premium Yachts’s President), and Stefano Campanelli (Sales Manager for the EMEA area for Ferretti Yachts, Pershing, Itama, Bertram, Riva, Mochi Craft and Ferretti Custom Line) – is part of Ferretti Group’s strategy for a further expansion on the European markets offering the best short/medium-term growth perspectives, also thanks to the financial soundness regained following the strategic partnership forged with the Weichai Group.

More specifically, the Russian boating market holds a great potential for the Ferretti Group’s development because of the rapid growth of average wealth among the population and an increasing interest for Made in Italy luxury goods, like Ferretti Group yachts.

Through the renewal of the agreement with Premium Yachts, the Group will further strengthen its highly selected distribution network – which currently includes approximately 60 dealers ensuring the best possible customer care in more than 80 countries worldwide – as well as its presence in the traditional EMEA ( Europe , Middle East , Africa ) area, one of the three macro-regions (besides the America and the Asia-Pacific) into which the Group’s sales structure is divided.

Moreover, in a medium/long-term perspective, the Ferretti Group is expecting an increasing interest on the Russian market not only for flying bridge yachts above 70’ in length, but also towards smaller crafts, both flybridge and open/coupé ones, which are particularly suitable for river cruising or pleasure boating in Russia’s large lakes. Consequently, the renewal of the dealership agreement with Premium Yachts also allows to look ahead at the future aiming to conquer new market segments where less competitors are currently present in terms of both products and geographic location.

The press conference, which was held today at the Lotte Hotel in Moscow, had also the objective of introducing attending journalists and yachting enthusiasts to the main new products launched by the Ferretti Group over the last few months, namely: motor yacht Ferretti 870 , Ferretti 690 yacht , and the project of the new flagship Ferretti 960 superyacht for the Ferretti Yachts brand; luxury yacht Pershing 82 ’ and superyacht Pershing 108’ New Edition for Pershing; Riva 63’ Virtus and the project of the new Riva flagship, 122’ Mythos yacht , as well as the entire range of the Itama, Bertram and Mochi Craft brands.

The yachts launched over the last few months by CRN – the Group’s brand specialising in the construction of steel and aluminium yachts between 40 and 90 metres – were also presented during the conference: the two superyachts: CRN superyacht Jade (60 metres long) and CRN mega yacht Chopi Chopi (80 metres long), the latter being one of the largest pleasure vessels ever built in Italy and the largest one ever built by the Ancona-based shipyard.

“The renewal of our dealership agreement with an important partner like Premium Yachts – which has worked on the Russian market for almost 10 years and can boast an outstanding product knowledge and an excellent local market penetration – and the presentation of the Group’s latest models are an integral part of our development strategy on the EMEA markets offering the best growth perspectives in the short-medium term,” stated Ferruccio Rossi, Ferretti Group’s CEO. “The Moscow Boat Show 2013, which has now reached its sixth edition, will extend over approximately 45,000 square metres this year and will be attended by more than 350 international boating companies. This Show represents an interesting business opportunity for us and an unmissable event in terms of visibility, since we are identifying a considerable growth potential in this area thanks to the timeless attractiveness of our products – true ambassadors of Made in Italy production all over the world”.

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