A full size 4 cabin cruiser

49 ft Hanse 495 2012

Teak deck and aircondition

15,4 m

8 + 2 + 1

4 + 1


8 knots

Asking price

EUR 235,000.00 (TAX NOT PAID)

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Hanse 495 is made to satisfy even the most demanding sailors looking for impeccable sailing characteristics as well as maximum comfort of the deck. Agency commission 3%. Delivery after summer

Full boat specifications

Lenght (m)
15,4 m

Beam (m)
4,75 m

Draft (m)
2,38 m

Tonnage (t)

Max speed (KT)
8 knots

Cruising speed (KT)
7 knots

8 + 2 + 1

4 + 1

8 + 2 + 1


Standard equipment

Teak deck in cockpit Roll main sail 2012 Genoa 2012 (flock self tacking jib) Electric anchor windlass Main anchor + chain Mooring ropes Fenders 6 pcs. Dinghy with outboard engine Steering wheel 2 pcs. Emergency tiller Cockpit shower with hot water Cockpit table Speakers in cockpit Bath platform Swimming ladder Bimini top Sprayhood GPS Simrad, chartplotter at navigation table + in cockpit Autopilot Simrad Heating (via air condition) Generator Air condition Radio, CD & MP3 player AUX Holding tank Teak cockpit table Electric refrigerator Freezer Gas oven 2 gas bottles Microwave Galley equipment Battery charger Shore connection 220 V Electric WC 2+1 skipper Ac plugs 12v Standing height in saloon 200 cm

EUR 235,000.00 (TAX NOT PAID)
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