but out of date.
Trabbies were made when east germany was part of the soviet block, now they make Skodas which have become cheap
VWs (and just as good).
Sure the Hanse is not the most rigid boat in the world, but its not the most expensive either.
I dont know where your dealer is from, but all the new Hanses have a pretty impressive frame supporting the glass.
Maybe Hanse = Skoda/vw Jenneau = renault/Ctroen, unless you go for double the price
we wont get a porsche or Aston.
Turning to the sensible questions,
My tracks are on the coachroof because we have shrouds on the toe rail, which means we have to sheet inside for all headsails except the code 0 and asymmetrics.
Our racing is a mixture, we have non flying sail sunset pursuits on tuesdays, flying sail pursuit on thusday sunsets, and then at the week end we have a mixture of commodore cup (sausages and quadrahedrals), and longer offshore
half day races.
Throw in a couple of regattas that combine both long and short, a short handed series for 2 crew or fewer, and some 3 day events
, and we have a packed year.
We are still learning
how to make the boat go fast, since she is new