The Hanse 460 will not be the only novelty with which the German shipyard will present itself at the Cannes and Genoa boat shows, but also on the way is the Hanse 510. The new design is still on paper and will be presented to the public with renders at the Cannes and Genoa Salons, and then make its official debut in all likelihood at Boot in Dusseldorf.
Hanse 510 – what it will look like
In continuity with the range renewal process inaugurated with the 460, the Hanse 510 was also designed by French studio Berret – Racoupeau. In fact, the designers kept a continuous thread with the smaller model from an aesthetic point of view as well as a boat concept. In fact, the bow edge running almost all the way along the side is reintroduced, a useful expedient to increase interior space without making the look of the boat too heavy. At the stern is the ever-present tender garage for storing a dinghy armed and ready to go on the water. Among the various options the shipyard provides will be a hard top for almost total cockpit coverage.
Hanse 510 – interior and layout
There will be over 100 possible layout combinations to configure the Hanse 510 to suit your needs. Whether it’s a yacht with a master stateroom, private bathroom and two comfortable aft cabins, or a charter yacht with 10 berths, three bathrooms and an additional skipper’s cabin, anything is possible. The kitchen can also be completely adapted to the client’s wishes. In addition to several refrigerator and freezer options, there is room for a wine cooler, a dishwasher, and a three-burner gas stove with oven in the longitudinal or U-shaped pantry, which can be customized with different colors and surface materials.
Hanse 510 – the data sheet
Length: 15.25 mt
Hull length: 15.05 mt
Waterline length: 14.40 mt
Width: 4.91 mt
Displacement: 16,540 kg
Sail area with self-tacking jib: 119 square meters