The cruising yacht Hanse 418 made her debut in 2017 at the International Boat Show in the German city of Greifswald. The ship was designed by the design shipyard in cooperation with the design company Judel / Vrolijk & co. On the yacht, a lot of attention is paid to lighting, as evidenced by the large number of opening windows and hatches, both in the cabins and in the saloon, as well as a large number of bright lamps that create a pleasant evening atmosphere. The wide hull of the yacht, made from lightweight fiberglass, was created using carbon fiber, which significantly reduced the total weight of the entire vessel and as a result increased its maneuverability. The interior is finished in light teak colors and is available in several configurations to choose from.
For relaxation, there are wide sun loungers in the bow of the vessel and on the superstructure roof, as well as a Mediterranean cockpit with two folding tables and sofas in the aft of the vessel. Directly from the cockpit, you can go to the folding hydraulic transom, which provides easy access to the water. The helm station is equipped with two steering wheels and two control panels, which allows you to take a position with a better view regardless of the tack. The saloon has a spacious dining area with a U-shaped sofa and a kitchen with a stove, sink, oven, refrigerator, and a separate cabin for storing food supplies. The yacht has two or three double cabins at the customer's choice.
The Hanse 418 is driven by a 50 hp diesel engine from AGM. The fresh water tank is designed for 500 liters, and the fuel tank is designed for 160 liters.
The Hanse 418 has received the A.Sea Craft classification and can be used to go to the open ocean.
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