2004 - 2010
In the early years of this period, HanseYachts continued to set the pace in yacht innovation with the Easy Sailing Concept and a refreshed lineup featuring the Hanse 342 and 461. Interior upgrades and the introduction of family-friendly features like one-rope reefing systems provided more comfort and convenience both above and below the deck. By 2005, Hanse's logo gained a signature wave, and the brand broadened its range to include six diverse models like the Hanse 315, 370, and 400, one of which earned the accolade for Europe's Most Innovative Yacht.
Personalisation took centre stage as Hanse introduced the Individual Cabin Concept, allowing for extensive customisations in series-manufactured yachts. In particular, the Hanse 400 was offered in 80 different interior variants. Additionally, models like the latter and the Hanse 370 led in performance breakthroughs such as the steep stem design.
In 2006, the shipyard was officially named HanseYachts. It also marked the launch of the Hanse 430, a model that captured attention for its speed-centric structure. The following years brought the curtain-raiser of the Hanse 630e, featuring the world's first intelligent hinged armature system. The brand's portfolio grew to eight cutting-edge models by the decade's end, notably contributing to its impact in competitive sailing with several regatta victories.
Interior and exterior redesigns breathed new life into existing models like the Hanse 320, 350, and 400. By 2010, the debut of the Hanse 375 and 545 at various boat shows set new benchmarks for spacious layouts and groundbreaking designs.