Even the pure design concept of the new Hanse 548 by Greifswald based shipyard HanseYachts, an exhibitor at the boot Düsseldorf for decades, was so convincing for Europe's leading sailing journalists that this luxury cruising yacht was nominated for the European Yacht of the Year Award 2018 in the category Family Cruiser even before its first launch. Whether the Hanse 548 can prevail against its two competitors, will be announced at the award ceremony on the first night of boot Dusseldorf 2018 in January.
Many options below decks With the new Hanse 548, the renowned German yacht builder is launching a new luxury-class yacht, which impresses due to its excellent sailing characteristics, easy handling and extremely variable layouts. Below decks, future owners can choose from a total of ten different layouts, with which HanseYachts once again sets a benchmark in international yacht building. With its dimensions, it offers a maximum of living space and is perfect for relaxed sailing trips to the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Modern lounge character Equipped with a tender garage, a bathing platform, a t-top and twelve hull windows, the new Hanse 548 newly defines luxurious sailing at 55 feet boat length. On the well organized deck and in the cockpit, the sailing yacht offers various areas for relaxing and sunbathing. On the inside, the yacht is refined with elegant fabric accents and convinces with its characteristic modern lounge style as well as a clear hull and interior design, which form a harmonious contrast to the natural materials and the warm colours.
Hanse 548 impressions
Hanse Easy Sailing Concept Renowned yacht designers judel / vrolijk & co are responsible for the sail plan and the strikingly elegant hull lines of the Hanse 548, guaranteeing for the good sailing performance and safety of this yacht. The balanced lateral plan and rudder blade further enhance these characteristics. The Hanse Easy Sailing Concept, including an integrated self-tacking jib and running all sheets and halyards up to the helm station, helps to keep the deck free and organized, even allowing the yacht to be sailed single-handedly. Maneuvers such as setting sails, tacking or shortening sails can be accomplished without leaving the position at the helm. Thus, the Hanse 548 as the first design in the new line of Hanse yachts proves that the philosophy of "Breaking Rules. Setting Trends" continues to drive the brand's course into the future.