Hanse Group set to debut new models at German show

The Hanse Group said it will debut models at the January boat show in Düsseldorf.
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The Dehler 34 will debut at the Jan. 21-29 boat show in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Dehler 34 will debut at the Jan. 21-29 boat show in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Hanse Group said it will debut models at the January boat show in Düsseldorf that include the sailing yacht brands Hanse, Dehler and Moody and the powerboat brands Sealine and Fjord.

Hanse said it will present 11 sailing yachts and five powerboats. Among them are six boats that are new for the 2016 model year.

The two largest Hanse yachts will make their German premiere at boot Düsseldorf. The builder said the Hanse 588 and Hanse 675 feature clear lines and a new standard of luxurious sailing.

The Hanse 315, European yacht of the year winner in 2016, will be exhibited with a conventional diesel engine. The new electric drive of the Hanse 315 E-motion Rudder Drive will be shown separately in a display case and can be controlled from the outside.

The new Dehler 34 will be presented for the first time in Düsseldorf. The Moody brand is represented with a newly built Moody DS54.

The new Sealine C530 will make its world premiere at the German show and the new Fjord 42 open will be exhibited for the first time in Germany.

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