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Hanse logo sticker

A certain level of frustration can suddenly appear. For me it happened on a warm and sunny day in September 2009. I realized that the Hanse emblem had curled and detached from the hull due too much heat just caused by the sun. I thought that the emblem was made of metal but it was made of simple plastic attached to the hull with double sided tape. Small things create irritation. But the shipyard has promised to supply new ones so stay tuned, an update will follow on the matter.
 

1. Portside Hanse emblem about to fall off.
 

2. Close-up.

3. When time comes we will go retro and add the old steel logo instead of the plastic stickers. We just have to find a solution that do not include drilling.