2009 Hanse 40' (12.19 m) 400e
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
A modern, Judel/Vrolijk design. Vacuum bagged, composite / epoxy layup white hull and deck, (900 #s lighter than the standard Hanse), Isophalic gelcoat and vinylester resins, low profile, modern coach roof, nearly plumb bow, shoal "T-Speed" bulb keel
- Racing Sailboat
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HANH0447H809
$ 134,900 USD
A modern, Judel/Vrolijk design. Vacuum bagged, composite / epoxy layup white hull and deck, (900 #s lighter than the standard Hanse), Isophalic gelcoat and vinylester resins, low profile, modern coach roof, nearly plumb bow, shoal "T-Speed" bulb keel (5'5" draft), dual steering helms using Jeffa chain to rod link steering system, semi-open transom, semi-balanced, elliptical spade rudder, large cockpit with teak non-skid, cockpit table, large anchor locker forward with electric Lewmar anchor windlass, through bow anchor roller, 2018 bronze thru-hulls / sea-cocks, multiple opening ports and hatches, double lifelines with gates, swim ladder.
LOA: 40' 2'' (12.24 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 13' 3''
LWL: 35' 5''
Draft Max: 5' 5''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 44 Gallons (166.56 Liters)
Fresh Water: 88 Gallons (333.12 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 6426 lbs
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Yanmar 3JH4E FWC diesel engine (approx. 600 - 650 hours), New Yanmar Saildrive (2022) with two bladed folding prop, newer Yanmar control panel at starboard helm, all factory recommended service performed at appropriate intervals. Good engine front and side access.
Simrad IS12 wind speed/direction, Simrad IS12 combi speed/depth, 2019 B&G 9" Vulcan MFD at cockpit centerline binnacle with GPS, Chartplotter, 2019 7" B&G Vulcan MFD at nav below, 2019 Icom VHF with AIS, SonicHub2 stereo.
4-12 Volt batteries in 3 banks, engine start, winch & windlass and hose, with isolators, 2 batteries new in '23, battery charger, 110 Volt shore power with cord, electrical panel at Nav station.
SAILS & RIGGING
Anodised aluminum Sparcraft double spreader, deck stepped, tapered mast & boom, 9/10 rig, substantial stainless compression post, below deck furling headsail drum, single line mainsail reefing, RodKicker vang, backstay adjuster, self tacking headsail arrangement with headsail traveler, stainless standing rigging, 2015 99% jib, conventional full-batten mainsail with Doyle Stak-Pak cover and integrated lazy jack system, (sails returned to sailmaker every off-season for service & storage), sail slide track for mainsail batten cars, electric main halyard winch, running rigging to cockpit under deck port & stbd with 10 rope clutches, ST 40 AST cabin top, ST 46 AST genoa winches.
Warm mahogany interior, 3 stateroom, one head layout, sleeps 8. Huge owner's stateroom forward with conventional vee berth, seat and hanging locker to port and large work space/desk, drawers and storage lockers to starboard. through door to salon with U- shaped settee and dining table which converts to large double berth to starboard, navigation desk flanked by two comfy armchairs to port. Spacious head next aft to port, with separate stall shower, L-shaped galley to starboard with LPG stove & oven, double stainless sink, 12V refrigeration with both top and side access. Two aft double cabins complete the interior, with a starboard queen berth slightly larger than port. Double opening hatches enable a spacious, bright feeling while below, further enhanced by all of the additional hatches, fixed and opening ports. A sturdy composite maple wood tone cabin sole and light, leather upholstery provide a rich finish.
Lewmar electric windlass with hand held remote, plow anchor with 50' chain, 100' rode, USCG safety gear, including PFDs, flares, fire extinguishers, first aid kit, docklines, fenders, boom tent, folding two-blade propellor, cockpit cshions, cockpit table, swim ladder, cockpit shower.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
68 1st Ave
Atlantic HIghlands New Jersey 07716
As the newest member of the East Coast Yacht Sales team, Kevin comes to the firm having had a successful, nearly three-decade career in yacht brokerage at another upper bracket broker/dealer in New Jersey. Among Kevin's professional distinctions is having served on the Yacht Broker's Association of America Board of Directors, a peer-elected position. Kevin is a Florida-licensed broker and is the only Certified Professional Yacht Broker working in New Jersey.
Kevin grew up in Maryland, sailing out of Annapolis, and has lived aboard, sailed all over the world, delivered boats to and from the Caribbean, and more. His industry contacts are vast. Kevin has sold boats from as far away as Australia and the Med. The 'just right' sailboat, dayboat or motoryacht is out there for most boaters. Kevin will find it for you, or find the right buyer for your boat!
A sailor by nature and practice, Kevin's best skill set may be on display in the galley. Kevin and his wife have travelled extensively, volunteered abroad and here at home, and have studied and sampled multiple cuisines, learning that the best way to appreciate a culture other than one's own is in the galley or kitchen, or around the dining room or cockpit table. When not boating or actively selling boats, Kevin and his wife Joan are either looking after their bees, or growing organic berries and fruits and veggies at their home in Little Silver, New Jersey.