Mark Cameron Yachts


Hanse 400 sold in Greece

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the 2006 Hanse 400 ‘FLYER OF LORNE’.

The Hanse 400 from the board of Judel and Vrolijk proved to be a popular design from its launch in 2005. Winner of European yacht of the year 2006 the model remained in production through until 2012. Its modern external styling producing an light, spacious interior with a complementary modern finish.

FLYER OF LORNE is the three cabin layout below decks. A master double cabin forward benefitting from an en-suite heads. Aft she has two symmetrical aft cabins with double berths. On deck all lines run aft to the spacious cockpit with single central steering pedestal. Operated as a charter yacht from new she is offered with a full inventory including highlights such as:

  • Yanmar 3JH4E, 39hp @ 3000rpm
  • Yanmar SD50 saildrive
  • Hull diaphragm replaced March 2021
  • Simrad autopilot system
  • B&G V7 plotter
  • Simrad iS40 Combi Depth/Speed/Log
  • B&G Triton wind instrument
  • Icom IC-M330GE – DSC VHF
  • 230VAC shore power system
  • Webasto Diesel fired, blown air heating system.
  • Deck stepped, twin spreader, 9/10ths fractional sloop rig.
  • Self-tacking jib
  • Fully battened, slab reefing mainsail.
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • 8 Person cannister liferaft mounted on deck cradle with hydrostatic release
  • EPIRB – Fitted new 2021
  • Lifejackets with integrated harnesses x10

Wintering afloat the Hanse 400 FLYER OF LORNE is available for viewing by appointment on her pontoon berth in Kos Marina, Greece.


Hanse 400

Hanse 400e ‘FLYER OF LORNE’

Hanse 400

Hanse 400e ‘FLYER OF LORNE’

Hanse 400

Hanse 400e ‘FLYER OF LORNE’

Hanse 400

Hanse 400e ‘FLYER OF LORNE’


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 400 and 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.