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    Posted: 26 October 2020 at 17:11
Looking to purchase a hanse 575 looking for shoal draft inmast furling any thoughts good or bad would be apprerciated Smile
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Why not a 588? Just out of curiosity... 
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Hi to be honest two reasons the first i prefer the layout of the 575 with the large chart table and second would come down to cost SmileSmile
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Mike,
We have had a 575, shoal draft with slab reefing main,3 cabin/3 onsuite layout since June 2014 and have travelled about 25,000nm in her. We are fulltime cruisers and prefer the interior layout of the 575 compared to the 588 - as you say the lose of the good size and located chart table/office area is step backwards for the 588 as far as our use goes. We also prefer the galley/lounge layout of the 575. Good luck with your search.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Pzucchel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2020 at 18:47
I have a 588...and I may agree with you, the chart table is small. Said this, I learnt loving what I have... Good luck in your search, it's a great boat ANYWAY... 😉
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In 2017 I had the chance to build a 588 or a 575 and chose to build the 575.  As others stated,  I liked the layout better from a galley and chart table perspective, and the dinghy garage on the 575 is much larger.  You gain some aft cabin space on the 588 but (opinion) it doesn't offset the garage loss. 

There are some things on the 588 I liked.  The twin anchor stemhead fitting,  the solent rig, and a few other things.   Unfortunately, when I asked about bringing them over to the 575 they said it would require a new CE  certification. 

Our 575 is deep draft.   It makes it more difficult to anchor or find a slip sometimes, but the sailing performance is much better.   I'd love a centerboard version of the boat, offering the benefits of both, but so it goes...

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Pzucchel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 October 2020 at 20:55
You mean you can't have a second headsail permanently installed on a 575?

I have read on this forum (maybe yourself) that you can ask a 575 chart desk on a new 588...


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There is an eye and a halyard to mount a code-0 but if you want to do something for more than light air days I'd strongly recommend reinforcing the bowsprit upon which the eye is mounted.  I haven't done this yet, as I just use an asymmetrical spinaker in light air,  but the below pic is on my list for next spring.   Pretty simple piece of work.   Others have used a dyneema strap, but I personally don't like the way that looks...



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Pzucchel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 October 2020 at 07:43
This is interesting, you have the same in the 588 but I didn't find any information on its function. Do you mean you don't have a second halyard on the anchor support, too? Are the differences just in the anchor support?






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I love my 575!  I have the Furlerboom in boom furling.     I like it....but it took a few mistakes to learn how to use it.   I don't have any experience with in mast furling.

My chart table seems to be a drop off spot for everything!!  It's always buried under, hats, wallet, sunscreen bottles, manuals, cruising guide....everything except an actual chart!!  haha.


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