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    Posted: 05 March 2019 at 17:32
Hi all, I am a new owner of a Hanse 445 2013 model. I was wondering if anyone could provide a maintenance schedule or have one on file. I want to keep her in as good shape as possible and don't want to miss anything. I understand there are many things this could include but I would appreciate anyone's ideas/schedule. Thanks for your time :)Big smile
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Hi Jason, when I took over our 445 in 2014 I studied all the manuals I could find and compiled the following list. I keep track of what I did when in Google Drive spreadsheet. Hope this helps.

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Engine
Diesel impeller, change, yearly
Diesel oil, change, every 100hrs or yearly
Valve clearance, check, every 500hrs
Diesel fuel filter&prefilter, change, yearly
Diesel tank, check/clean, every 2 years
Diesel air filter, clean, yearly
Diesel air filter, change, every 2 years
Diesel belt, check, yearly
Diesel belt, change, every 2 years
Vacuum gate, diesel & genset, clean, yearly
Wastegate valve of turbocharger, function check, every 2 yrs
Diesel & genset compartment, wash & clean, yearly
Diesel heat exchanger, clean, every 2 years
Diesel cooling liquid, change, every 4 years
Turbocharger, check&overhaul, as necessary
Generator
Generator impeller, change, yearly
Genset oil, change, yearly
Genset fuel filter, change, yearly
Genset air filter, change, every 2 years
Genset belt, check/change, yearly
Genset cover, clean, yearly
Generator cooling liquid, change, every 2 years
Saildrive
Saildrive oil, change, yearly
Saildrive, lower gaitor, check/replace, sa necessary
Saildrive, drive shaft seals, check/replace, every 2 years
Rig
Furlex & in-mast furler, lubricate, yearly
Winches, clean & lubricate, yearly
Rig/Shrouds, lubricate with rigging oil, yearly
Ropes & sheets, wash/dry, yearly
Sails, inspect/repair/replace, as necessary
Shrouds, check/adjust, yearly
Furlex sheet, check/replace, as necessary
Mainsail upper hardware, check, yearly
Steering
Helm chains and hardware, check/adjust, lubricate wire, yrly
Rudder shaft, inspect, yearly
Rudder bearings, inspect/clean, yearly
Electrical
Electic connections, check, yearly
Alternator contacts, check, yearly
IR inspection, every 3 years
Dead cell test batteries, yearly
Hull & deck
Anchor hardware, check, yearly
Teak, clean, as necessary
S/s hardware, clean, as necessary
Anchor break, clean & lubricate, yearly
Hull, antifouling application, yearly
Saildrive, non-copper antifouling application, yearly
Hull, cleaning before antifouling, yearly
Thrusters, anodes, check/change, yearly
Hull & saildrive, anodes, change, yearly
Gelcoat, polish/repairs, yearly
Keel bolts, inspect, yearly
Other
Hoses clamps, check, yearly
Fresh water tank, check/clean, yearly
Bilges, clean, yearly
Aircon air filters, clean, yearly
Fresh & salt water filters, clean, yearly
Toilets, pump&piping, de-scaling with acid, yearly
Thrusters, inspect, yearly
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I see you are in Greece, we are sailing between Greece and Turkey, would be nice to catch up one day.
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Hi Konstantin

This is a really helpful list. Thankyou.

Might you also add the following?

Check for software upgrades for electronics
Check guardrails for tension/tightness
Check all stanchion bases for tightness (Allen key required)
Check operation of all lights (inc masthead)
Check tension on bowsprit turnbuckle (ours worked loose)
Open & full clean of all hatches; apply a smear of silicone grease to rubber seals
Where possible lift all cabin floor covers inc those in cupboards; wipe/clean out. Check for source of any excess water. Spray with a domestic germ killer (to deter any possible mould)
Lubricate all seacocks internally where possible (usually a spray of lubricant up into the outlet orifice whilst sea cock is operated from inside)
Spray all internal seacock & similar surfaces with WD-40 or similar to deter corrosion
Check life raft 

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Thank you, Richard, I will add these to my list!
What do you spray seacocks with? I was aways afraid to damage plastic sleeves inside the valves with whatever the delivery fluid is in silicon/teflon sprays.
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Thanks for sharing these lists. I will use them as basis when creating my own check-list. A few more items I need on my list are:

- Gas hoses. Check yearly for leaks and cracks, replace every 5th year. 
- Smoke alarm. Check function and replace battery if necessary. 
- Gas alarm. Check function with test button.

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Hello Lykke

I generally do use a spray that includes teflon. I hadn't thought that this might have an adverse effect upon the seacocks/valves themselves. I've never had a problem with seacocks/valves previously. Maybe I need to investigate further.

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Thanks so much Smile This really helps and I am sure will help many others. I really appreciate you putting in the effort to respond. Where are currently sailing, I owe you a few beers Big smile.

Thanks Jason
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Hey, yes we are currently in the Ionian, we purchased our boat in Turkey and have just crossed the cyclades. That would be great, but we are on our way to Croatia. Maybe on the way back down. Where are you currently?

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