Hanse 41

Sailing Monohull

Stress-free handling means you'll have more fun on the water, perfectly balanced with a high degree of stability.

From $575 - $925 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter


Hanse 41 - '2 Easy'

A modern loft-style interior that is airy and spacious, the Hanse 41 has large windows allowing light to flood the main saloon and a lovely cross breeze flow through to the cabins.

3 private double cabins and 2 ensuites make it the perfect bareboat for a group of friends or family up to 6. The central saloon has a large table that can extend to accommodate any fellow sailors for dinner, while the galley with twin sink that doubles as extra bench space, gas stove and oven makes meal preparation easy.

An extra-wide companionway leads out to the cockpit that has a twin helm for ease of sailing in any wind condition. A furling headsail with sheets all leading back to the cockpit provides stress-free sailing.

The fold-down transom serves as a swim and boarding platform and includes a handy locker for storing snorkelling equipment after a day exploring the Great Barrier Reef. A deck esky and BBQ ensures that there is not much need to leave the scenic vista of the islands to enjoy meals other than on the back deck as the sun sets. "2 Easy" is designed with ease in mind and perfect for a bareboating adventure.

Boat Layout


After researching bareboat charter companies we chose Cumberland Charter Yachts due to feedback on Tripadvisor. We found the booking process simple, and were impressed with the information and options given prior to our arrival.Our minds were at rest after meeting Sharon at the Melbourne Boat Show, she was lovely and checked details of our trip and where we were up to planning wise Our first morning Terry our sail guide gave us a comprehensive run through of all equipment, what we needed to do in certain situations In fact the charter boat briefing was so thorough my husband and I found ourselves later giving each other knowing glances when we heard charterers from other companies (who obviously hadn't had the thorough briefing we had) asking questions about water pumps constantly running and anchor chains not coming up easily - thanks Terry, you made us 'experts'!! The reminder of our visit consisted of lazy days in beautiful sunshine, fishing, reading, sipping on drinks, popping in to Whitehaven Beach for breakfast, bush walking, kayaking, exploring. We were fortunate enough to see three whales in one day,We also had a Maori Wrasse hang around for hours in Tongue Bay. When we returned we were told that the wrasse are able to identify certain boats, so whoever fed the wrasse here from Finnigan in the past - thank you! It made that night unforgettable.Fishing was a bit hit and miss. We didn't catch any fish trolling but did catch ten different fish, and a pair of mens undies!! Our last day was a day of high wind warnings and 2-3 metre swells, and we had to cross Whitsunday Passage in these conditions. Finnigan handled it with ease. So, would we do it again? In a heartbeat!!The only decision would be who to go with and which boat to charter, we'd definitely take Finnigan out again if it suited the number of people in our group at the time. In all the trip was excellent. We'll be back!
Chartered Voyager 1040 31/07/2016


Type: Sailing Monohull
Length: 12.4 meters ( 40.8 ft)
Beam: 4.2 M


Engines: 38hp Volvo
Furling Sail (s): Yes
Steering Type: Twin Wheel
Water capacity: 500L
Fuel capacity: 160L


  • Refrigeration (130L)
  • Freezer ()
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave


  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: No: Small Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower