German boatbuilder Hanse has launched its biggest ever yacht, the new 675 developed by judel/vrolijk & co.
German boatbuilder Hanse has launched its biggest ever yacht, the new 675 developed by judel/vrolijk & co. According to Hanse the flagship is also the largest series built yacht in production in Germany.
“With emotion and high-tech, our new queen of the seas embodies the Hanse design philosophy of sensual clarity and modern luxury, an even more avant-garde interior and with fluid exterior lines, a milestone in series yacht building” says Dr. Jens Gerhardt, CEO of HanseYachts AG.
Features include large windows in the hull and a long panoramic roof with an electrically openable section on deck to flood the interior with light. An optional hardtop with integrated speakers and spotlights provides shade and can be opened while sailing.
The use of real stone in the decor of the bathrooms is another first for Hanse.
An additional feature is the unique layout, designed to give the owner and his guests more privacy. The crew has a separate entry on the port side of the cockpit that leads both into the kitchen area as well as to the crew cabin for up to three, with an adjacent wet room. The kitchen and utility area are separated from the living area.