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Redfish Bluefish
Hanse 350
$95,000 USD
34ft 9in

The Hanse 350 combines the performance design talent of Judel/Vrolijk with the practical touches and solid construction of the Hanse Yachts team. With a waterline of 31’6” and a sail area of nearly 700 square feet, the Hanse 350 has excellent performance, even in light winds.

Below decks, creative interior design provides an open and airy feel plus a large dining area and a spacious galley.  In addition, there are three separate sleeping cabins!

Redfish Bluefish has been a California and Oregon boat before coming to Puget Sound. She has been well cared for each step of the way and remains a very modern and exceptionally clean cruiser racer.

Redfish Bluefish represents an excellent opportunity to have the performance of one of the premier design offices in the world in a modern, well-maintained package.


Name of vessel Redfish Bluefish
Model Hanse 350
Year 2008
Builder Hanse Yachts
Designer Judel/Vrolijk
Price $95,000 USD
Location Seattle
Length (feet) 34
Beam (feet) 11.65
Draft (feet) 6.3
Displacement (pounds) 14021
Ballast (pounds) 4067
Engine model Yanmar 3YM20
Engine horsepower 21
Engine hours ~350
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 32
Water tank capacity (gallons) 63
Holding tank capacity (gallons)

Interior Accommodations

The Hanse 350 is an extraordinarily large-feeling 35-footer. Redfish Bluefish has had up to 11 people sitting in the salon playing a board game. The long table, opposite settee and adjacent galley create a comfortable atmosphere for life at the dock or anchor. A modestly sized chart table is to port with the electrical panels and radios.

In the bow there is a large V-berth with a 3-shelf locker and separate cabinet and  hanging locker. There is also separate access to the head, a feature seldom seen on a boat this size.

The head is situated to port and features a shower and aft-facing toilet, plus ample cabinet space for toiletries.

The starboard aft cabin features a large double berth, with a shelf outboard plus a hanging locker and shelved cabinet. The port aft cabin has been dedicated to storage on Redfish Bluefish but could easily be converted back into a large one or smaller two-person sleeping cabin with the addition of a mattress. It too has a shelf, hanging locker and cabinet.


(4) opening hatches

(2) opening ports in main cabin

(2) opening ports in starboard aft cabin

Opening port in aft cabin

2-burner propane stove and oven

Deep double stainless sink

Indel Isotherm 20-liter water heater

Jabsco toilet

Isotherm Compact refrigeration

Jabsco 31295 water automatic pressure pump

Weems & Plath clock

Vizio HDMI television

(4) overhead LED lights

(5) reading lights

Overhead lights in quarterberth cabins

(2) stereo speakers in main cabin


Electronics and Navigation

Raymarine Hybrid Touch i70 chartplotter

Raymarine SPX Smartpilot autopilot

Raymarine S100 wireless remote

Raymarine wind data feeds to chartplotter

Standard Horizon Matrix AIS and BX2150

Dual MXD 358T stereo



Electrical Systems

12-volt DC and 120-volt AC systems

Mastervolt 160 AH AGM house battery (2020)

Lifeline 80AH AGM starting battery (2020)

Smartplug shore power cord

Hanse DC electrical panel

ProMariner ProSport battery charger

Blue Seas 120-volt AC panel

Blue Seas M2 State of Charge Monitor


Deck and Hull

The cockit and deck on the Hanse is set up for easy sailing. With a relatively large main and non-overlapping headsail, tacking can be a simple matter of putting the helm over. All halyards and reefing lines are led aft, so there is little reason for crew to go forward.

There are a couple of unique features. The port cockpit seat opens up into the aft port cabin, so that if that cabin is used for storage, as it is on Redfish Bluefish, there is access from on deck.

The other unique feature is the barney post in the cockpit for the mainsheet. The leverage and location of the mainsheet makes adjusting it much easier, while removing the complexities of the traveler. The lack of a traveler has little effect for the cruising sailor’s mainsail trim. The system could revert to the traveler easily if so desired.

On deck movement is simple and secure with no significant steps and large flat surfaces.



Sterling galvanic isolator

On-deck access to quadrant and autopilot tiller

Propane (size?) bottle in cockpit locker

Transom shower

Starboard cockpit locker


Barney post for mainsheet

(4) Lewmar 40ST winches

(9) Halyard stoppers at companionway

Aluminum toerail

(6) mooring cleats

Genoa tracks port and starboard

Polyethylene water tank under V-berth

Uncoated stainless steel lifelines

Lewmar Delta plow anchor

60’ anchor chain

~250’ anchor rode

Flag halyard

Teak cockpit seats


Sails and Rigging

Sparcraft deck-stepped, two spreader mast

Continuous wire rigging

Sparcraft boom

Sparcraft solid vang


Lazy bag for mainsail (yr?)

Lazy jacks

Facnor LS165 headsail furling

Self-tacking setup

Pineapple Sails mainsail

Spare mainsail

95% Pineapple Sails  headsail on self-tacker

125% Pineapple Sails genoa

Asymmetrical spinnaker in sock

Block and tackle backstay adjustor

Halyards and reefing lines led aft to stoppers at companionway

Flying sail halyard


Mechanical Equipment

Yanmar 3YM20 diesel est/ 350 Hrs

Yanmar SD20 saildrive

Gori 3-blade folding propeller

Single lever control


Miscellaneous and Safety


Trident marine Systems propane control







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