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Hansa 2.3


Hansa 2.3 (ISAF Class)

Available in single and wide seat configurations, the Hansa 2.3 is an ideal training and recreational craft but can be used as a sporty little racer by a single sailor.

 

With its simple rig and steering, the security of a ballasted centre-board and roller reefing, the Hansa 2.3 is an ideal entry level craft for club participation and racing programs that include sailors from a broad range of ages and abilities.

 

There are 1000 Hansa 2.3’s sailing in 20 countries and it is an International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Class.

 

Specifications

 

Length

2.3 m

Beam

1.25 m

Draft

0.9 m

Weight

52 kg (+ Keel 20 kg)

Sail Plan

Cat Rig

Sail Area

3.8 sq m

(Reefs to 0.5 sq.m)

Mast

Unstayed 4.2m

Capacity

120 kg

 

Other Links
 Specification Sheet
 Class Rules
 Rigging Guide


Alison Weatherly at the 2006 Australian Access Championships

Access 2.3 fleet at 2006 Australian Championships in Melbourne Docklands

Zoltan Pegan (HUN) on his way to winning the French 2.3 National Championship Regatta

Plenty of Breeze - UK Nationals 2006

Duncan MacGregor (AUS) leads the 2.3s on Day 1 of the FESPIC Games Sailing Regatta

Jovin Tan (SIN) - winning style in the FESPIC Games Regatta Mens Access 2.3

 
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