Hanse 315 "Greyknott" is in excellent condition and highly specified. Very light use, and under 300 engine hours. Two cabins with a separate heads compartment. A light and airy modern interior. Self tacking jib and lazybag makes for easy sail handling. An ideal family cruiser. Available to view at any time.
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GRP constructed hull with grey topsides, white deck and superstructure. Walkways are wide allowing safe access round the yacht and finished in moulded non slip adding security.
Cast iron deep fin keel with binnacle mounted folding wheel with log/speed/depth instruments, and spade rudder. Large self bailing cockpit with teak topped locker seating. Fold down helm seat on transom to form larger bathing platform with stainless steel bathing ladder and cockpit shower. Large cockpit locker with additional access from door in heads compartment.
Vessel powered by a Yanmar 3YM20, 21 hp inboard diesel engine with sail drive unit. Engine control panel in cockpit with hour meter and rev counter with audible alarms for water and oil pressure. Single lever engine control mounted on binnacle.
Engine housed below the companionway with access to the front and both sides for easy servicing and daily checks. Engine in good order and serviced regularly, with less than 300hrs.
Bank of two new 12V batteries providing dedicated engine start and domestic power. These are recharged via the engine alternator whilst under engine or by the battery charger when attached to shore power. 12/240V panel at chart table.
Fuel stored in a stainless steel 50 litre tank with return lines and fuel water seperator. This is kept clean free from diesel bug.
Bermudan sloop with fractional 7/8ths deck stepped aluminium mast and spars with single aft-swept spreaders. Stainless steel standing rigging and Terylene running rigging, all lines led aft to the cockpit for easy single handed sailing.
Furling headsail with self-tacking jib and track forward of mast. Slab reefing main sail (3 reefing lines)with Lazy Jacks.
All sails are in good condition and had little use.
Greyknott sleeps six in a 2 cabin layout with a bright and airy linear saloon with blue fabric upholstery and central dining table. There is full standing headroom throughout the boat.
Separate forward facing navigation station situated to port with seat and chart storage. L-shaped galley opposite to starboard with plenty of workspace and a double stainless steel sink with Corian work tops. Gimballed gas oven with 2-burner hob and grill. Pressurised hot and cold water and top loading fridge.
The separate head features a shower, wash hand basin and sea toilet with holding tank. The cockpit locker can be accessed from the heads which is a very handy feature.
Boat kept warm and dry by Webasto blown air cabin heating.