- Breaking Rules & Setting Trends
The best thing about a new sailboat is all the opportunities it offers for sailing and adventure. A new sailboat gives you the chance to explore new places and experience the unique freedom of sailing. You can also bring your friends and family and have adventures together. Newly developed technology and modern features also provide great comfort on board a Hanse sailing yacht.
Trends in sailing boats in recent years are bigger, lighter and more efficient boats. There is an increase in modern sailing boats adapted for comfort and long-distance sailing. There is also an increasing popularity of multihull boats. Another trend is a sailboat designed to handle stronger winds, so-called “performance” boats.
A Hanse sailing yacht is manufactured by German Hanse Yachts AG, a leading global manufacturer of sailing and motor yachts with brands such as Hanse, Dehler, Moody, Previlége, SeaLine and Fjord. Hanse Yachts operates under the umbrella name ‘ HanseGroup ‘.
At the production plant in Greifswald in Germany – near the Baltic Sea, the above sailing boats are manufactured, The sailing boats are exported to more than 100 countries.
Hanse works with world-renowned design agencies to achieve the optimum constructions that distinguishes the boats. Names such as Bill Dixon (Dixon Design), Patrick Banfield (Allseas Design) and Judel/Vrolijk & Co are well established in the yacht life and give the boats their typical character together with Hanse ́s own designers and constructors. Hanse creates yachts with new concepts and new solutions that live up to the motto “Breaking Rules & Setting Trends”.
Many awards underline HanseYacht’s innovative approach in terms of both shape and interior design.
Hanse - First with new solutions for better functions
A self-striking Fock (pre-sail) as standard, two steering wheels in the cockpit of smaller sailboats, several skylight for brighter and better living space, all the Scot, ropes and cases are pulled to the rear part of the cockpit of the so-called short-handed sailing, first to offer Electric propulsion called e-motion (Hanse 315), are all examples of innovative solutions for new trends.