Mark Cameron Yachts

Hanse 470e

€154,000

3 cabin cruiser, lying Greece


Overview

Available

Lying: Kos Marina, Greece

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelHanse 470e
NameCEILIDH OF LORNE
DesignerJudel / Vrolijk & Co.
Year2010
CategorySail
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€154,000
LyingKos Marina, Greece
Reference2215889

Specifications

LOA14.19m
LWL12.6m
Beam4.46m
Draft2.6m
Displacement12350kg
Hull ConstructionGRP hull with bolt-on ballast keel
Keel TypeFin Keel

Propulsion

EngineYanmar 4JH4-TE 75hp @ 3000rpm 4-cylinder turbo-charged, indirectly cooled diesel engine Yanmar saildrive unit
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity250l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity380l

Description

When launched in 2006 the Hanse 470e caused quiet a stir. With her sleek modern lines and elegant superyacht like styling she marked a step change in the styling of production yachts. Her decks are kept clear with all lines lead aft in under deck ducts maintaining that clutter free appearance. Designed by Judel and Vrolijk her modern hull shape offers rewarding performance under sail.
CEILIDH OF LORNE has been been a charter boat since new, operating from her berth on the island of Kos. She has benefitted from continual professional maintenance and is offered for sale with a comprehensive inventory including:

Yanmar 4JH4-TE, 75hp engine with saildrive and 3 blade folding prop

Retractable bow thruster
Fisher Panda generator
Solar panel
Victron battery charger and battery monitor
Simrad autopilot
Raymarine radar / chart plotter
B&G instrumentation
Simrad DSC VHF
Electric primary winches
New roller reefing genoa fitted in 2020
Inflatable dinghy with outboard
Electric windlass
Liferaft in cradle with hydrostatic release
EPIRB


Winterised and lying in her berth at KOS MARINA, Greece, the Hanse 470e CEILIDH of LORNE is available for viewing strictly by prior arrangement.

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:
Epoxy is the standard for luxury Sailing Yachts as the Baltic and Wally Yachts. This Epoxy Boat construction is also used by Hanse Yachts. Hanse Yachts is one of a few production boat builders who have implemented the use of Epoxy resin into their new e line: Hanse 470 and Hanse 540 and Hanse 630. In the past, Epoxy resins have only been selected for semi-production and race boats, where reduced weight and laminate quality are key factors. Changes in boat style, onboard equipment and expectations of boat owners means that Epoxy resins are becoming necessary to offer a boat that performs well on the water.
Hanse Yachts: Advantages of Epoxy
Better adhesive properties (the ability to bond to the reinforcement or core)
Longer working time, reducing building phase and secondary bonding
Superior mechanical properties (particularly Strength and Stiffness) from material itself and through process ability (vacuum bagging, optimum strength to weight ratio)
Improved resistance to fatigue and micro cracking. Epoxy resins are superior at withstanding cyclic loads and therefore Epoxy boat hulls stay stiffer for longer.
Reduced degradation from water ingress. Due to the building method chosen by Hanse Yacht, the effect of osmosis is completely removed, but limited to the outer surface of the boat. There is no possibility of osmosis on the structure.
Reduced hull weight compared to Polyester through increased strength and stiffness of Epoxy laminates (at design stage).
As a guideline, a 45-50 foot boat built in Epoxy can weight up to 1000kg less than it’s equivalent polyester version.

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
Hull Construction:
Hull built with prepreg fibreglass fabrics in epoxy, vacuum cured with CorecellTM foam. postcured
Light grey hull with dark grey double waterlines - Waterline and cove line laid in the gelcoat
Bulkheads laminated to hull and deck
Strong back, galvanised steel
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Teak laid side decks, coachroof and cockpit
Hand laid sandwich construction, thermal and sound insulated
Keel & Rudder:
Standard draft 2.60m iron / lead keel with bulb
Stainless steel keel bolts
Semi-balanced, profiled rudder with alloy shaft and self-aligning needle bearings

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Yanmar 4JH4-TE
75hp @ 3000rpm
4-cylinder turbo-charged, indirectly cooled diesel engine
Yanmar saildrive unit
Single lever engine control.
Panel for engine instruments in the steering pedestal
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours – 8000hrs approximately
Date of last engine service – February 2021
Engine injectors replaced in 2020.
Cruising speed under engine – approx. 7 knots
Propulsion & Steering:
Yanmar Saildrive
3 blade folding propellor
Rod linkage steering system
Jefa twin hide-covered stainless steel helm wheels
Emergency steering
Bow Thruster:
Retractable 12VDC bow thruster
Single control station
Autopilot:
Simrad AP24 control head
Simrad RFC35 fluxgate and CPU
Quadrant drive unit

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power / generator supply
Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Ring main, battery charger, water tank heater
Generator:
Fisher Panda
230VAC / 4KW
Recorded running hours approximately 7,100hrs
Solar Panel:
Two deck mounted panels
Charge regulator
Battery Banks:
Engine / Generator Battery – 2x 12VDC, 90Ah, gel.
Domestic Battery – 3x 12VDC, 90Ah, gel.
Generator Battery - 1x 12VDC, 90Ah, gel.
Charging:
Victron Energy 220VAC – 12VDC charger
Remote control panel at chart table
Alternator:
Single engine driven alternator
12VDC / 60 amp
Battery Monitor:
Victron Energy BMV 712
Other Electrical:
12VDC USB charging sockets in cabins and saloon

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:

Fully pressurised hot and cold water system.
Mixer taps provided in galley and heads
Shower fitting in heads
Cockpit shower
Hot water provided via calorifier heated from engine or 240v immersion heater element.
Bilge Pumps:
Electric Bilge Pump – Manual and automatic switching
Manual bilge pump
Bilge level alarm system

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Single stainless steel tank
Approximately capacity 250 litres
Fresh Water:
Twin stainless steel tanks
Total approximately 380 litres
Holding Tanks:
Independent holding tanks for each heads
Stainless steel tanks
Discharging overboard or via deck suction

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth/Speed/Log/Wind – B&G display at each helm station
Chart Plotter / Radar – Raymarine display in cockpit
Radar Scanner – Mast mounted, 2kw.
Communications Equipment:
AIS – Receiver only
DSC VHF – Simrad

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Galley stove - Stainless steel 2-burner gas cooker with oven, gimbal mounted
Twin Corian sinks
Mixer tap
Fridge – Isotherm stainless steel front loading
Freezer – Top loading, built in beneath galley worktop
Galley crockery and cutlery
Heads:
Forward Heads – Electric toilet, fresh water flushing
Aft Heads – Electric toilet, salt water.
Hot & cold pressurised water supply with shower
Heating and Ventilation:
Eberspacher diesel fired blown air heating systems x2
Both fitted with thermostatic cabin controllers mounted at chart table
12VDC circulation fans in each cabin and saloon
Lighting:
Reading lights in saloon and in accommodation cabins
Deckhead lighting throughout
Entertainment:
Radio head unit with Bluetooth connectivity
Speakers in saloon and cockpit

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Up to 8 berths
Master double cabin forward with en-suite heads
Saloon with two occasional single berths
Galley
Aft heads
Symmetrical double aft cabins
Accommodation Finish:
Ohio Cherry wood interior finish with satin varnish.
Off-white bulkheads
Maple soleboards
Comfort mattresses in all cabins
Corian worktops in galley
Corian countertop in heads
Hatch covers and blinds
Description of accommodation from forward:

Forward Cabin:

Master cabin
Double island berth located centrally
Overhead lockers mounted outboard port and starboard
Standing room aft of berth
Storage unit with shelved and hanging locker space outboard to starboard aft.
En-suite heads to port aft.
Forward Heads:
En-suite for master cabin
Inboard facing electric flushing marine toilet mounted aft
Corrian countertop with inset wash hand basin forward outboard
Aft section of space converts to shower stall with dedicated shower fitting
Vanity unit outboard and countertop
Saloon:
Fixed saloon table offset to port
L-shaped saloon settee wrapping around table to port, converting to occasional single berth
Counter top forward outboard to starboard with storage lockers below and above outboard
Bench settee running along starboard side, converting to occasional single berth
Countertops outboard of settees port and starboard with a selection of overhead lockers.
Nav Station:
Located aft of saloon to port.
Navigator sitting on aft end of port saloon settee facing aft.
Chart storage within table top
Ships switch panel outboard with heater controls, battery monitor, and VHF
Galley:
L shaped galley to starboard with corrian worktop
Double stainless steel sink inboard forward
Built in top-loading freezer beneath forward section of outboard worktop
Gimbal mounted gas cooker outboard centrally
Worktop aft of cooker with front loading fridge beneath.
Range of lockers below worktop and above outboard.
Aft Heads:
Opposite galley to port side.
Aft facing manual marine toilet mounted inboard forward.
Countertop running length of compartment outboard with inset wash hand basin aft.
Lockers beneath countertop, vanity unit above countertop outboard
Aft Cabins:
Symmetrical cabins port and starboard
Standing room at forward end of cabin.
Double bunk extending aft and under cockpit sole.
Small bench seat forward of bunk outboard with storage locker unit outboard.
Overhead shelve running the length of the bunk outboard overhead.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Keel stepped, 3-spreader, fractionally rigged sloop
Silver anodised alloy mast and spars from Selden
Stainless steel wire standing rigging
Fully-battened, slab reefing mainsail
Self-tacking jib with deck mounted track system forward of mast
Harken genoa furler
Selden Rod kicker
Mechanical backstay adjuster
Lazyjacks
Winches:
Primary Winches – 2x Lewmar 54STE 2-speed electric self-tailing
Secondary Winches – 2x Lewmar 46ST 2-speed self-tailing manual
Sails:
Mainsail – Fully battened, slab reefing.
Genoa – Roller reefing, self-tacking. Fibercon (2020)
Storm Jib
Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Stackpack for mainsail with lazyjacks
Sprayhood
Bimini
Fitted cushions for cockpit and foredeck
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Delta plough anchor on 60m chain rode
Anchor Windlass – mounted below deck level
Mooring warps – Selection
Fenders - Selection
Tender:
Inflatable dinghy – 2.7m (2020)
Outboard – Suzuki 4hp, 4-stroke. (2013)
General:
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit
Deck mounted stainless steel stanchions supporting double tier guardwires
Guardwire gates port and starboard
Deck mounted mooring cleats forward, midships and aft
Below decks, self draining anchor locker with single large deck hatch to access. Windlass mounted within anchor locker.
Self-tacking jib track mounted on deck forward of mast.
Halyards and reefing lines lead aft to cockpit in ducts under coachroof leaving deck free of obstructions.
Stainless steel grabrails on coachroof outboard aft.
Large cockpit with bench seating port and starboard forward and fixed central drop leaf table.
Twin helm stations aft, port and starboard. Starboard station is master station with engine and autopilot controls.
Cockpit table
Manually folding bathing platform
Deck shower at bathing platform
Folding passarelle
Transom mounted folding swimming ladder
Outboard storage bracket

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Navigation Lights:
Pulpit and pushpit navigation lights
Steaming light
Anchor light
Life Saving:
Liferaft – 8 person, cannister raft with hydrostatic release
EPIRB
Horseshoe buoy with light
Lifejackets with integrated safety harness – x10
Jackstays
Gas alarm
Fire alarm

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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