Superior sailing experience
Recognised as outstanding value in its category with generous cabin, saloon and deck spaces.
It has also an increased rig size comparing to the former model the Hanse 345
Below deck this boat is fresh and airy thanks to the numerous portholes – unique for a yacht of this class. Large windows turn the saloon into a sun-filled lounge you can design to your own taste with a huge choice of elegant woods and unique fabrics and décor
|HULL LENGTH||9.99 M|
|DRAFT||1.59 - 1.98 M|
|SHALLOW KEEL||1.55 M|
|L-KEEL, MEDIUM||1.95 M|
Hanse quality and ergonomic design
Whether you are sailing along the coast or heading further offshore, the Hanse 348 will look after you.
The Hanse range take individual customisation to the next level with a huge choice of technical features, layouts, flooring, fabrics and wall coverings. Your 348 will be uniquely yours.
- Clean and quiet drive: with 4 kW engine power, 6.1 kn top speed and 30 nm range at 4.5 kn
- GRP hull, isophthalic gelcoat, 1st layer vinyl ester resin and solid laminate
- Halyards and control lines with organizers and jammers on coach
- antislip surface, isophthalic gelcoat, 1st layer vinyl ester resin with balsa sandwich core.
- Cockpit lockers on port and stb, anchor locker at bow.
- Twin wheel steering system with emergency tiller
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B1 – Saloon with L-galley, dining area on stb and sofa on port
C1 – Aft cabin with double berth and storage space on stb, utility room on port – separate head with shower stall on port
A1 – Master cabin with double V-berth and storage space
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