Hans Christian 43

£125,000.00 Under-Offer
  • Boat REF#  ·  311764
  • Length  ·  13.10m
  • Year  ·  1987
  • Construction  ·  GRP
  • Underwater profile  ·  Long Keel
  • Sleeping berths  ·  6
  • Engine  ·  1 x diesel 66hp, Yanmar 4JH-HTE (1987)
  • Lying  ·  County Durham
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Extra Details

Designer H. Ives
Builder Hans Christian (Ta Shing Ltd.)
Lying County Durham
Fuel capacity 454.5 ltr (100.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks
Water capacity 1,000.0 ltr (220.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks
Holding tank capacity 136.4 ltr (30.0 USG) Total - 2 Tanks
Last survey 01/10/2010

Mechanical

Engine 1 x diesel 66hp
Engine make and model Yanmar 4JH-HTE (1987)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Engine Cooled Indirect
Steering wheel
Drive shaft
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded
Cruising speed (approx) 8 knots
Max speed (approx) 10 knots

• ENGINE: Yanmar 4JH-HTE 66hp turbo diesel, situated under galley unit in saloon with removable panels providing all-round access. Fully serviced annually. Mounted on POLYFLEX mounts. Single lever engine controls mounted on starboard side of steering pedestal. Engine raw water with separate filter and anti-syphon system.
• Engine instrumentation and start/stop controls mounted in housing in companionway with splashproof acrylic cover.
• Twin fuel tanks Port 60 imp gal, Starboard 40 imp gal, illuminated tank gauges on aft heads fwd bulkhead. Shut off and selector valves adjacent to engine under access panel.
• RACOR pre-filter fuel filtration/water separation.
• Dedicated 135Ah traction starter battery with crossover link to domestic batteries.
• Gearbox coupled to prop shaft via AQUADRIVE CV shaft system, thrust bearing mounted on stainless steel plate bonded to thrust bulkhead providing a smooth vibration free operation
• Stern tube fitted with PSP dripless shaft seal system on inboard end with additional cutlass bearing to prevent shaft whirl.
• Cutlass bearing mounted in bronze sleeves bounded into GRP stern tube, water injection from engine cooling system for shaft seal and cutlass bearing lubrication.
• All seacocks/skin fittings DZR Bronze ball type valves, all piping secutred with double stainless steel jubilee type clips. All seawater piping within engine compartment fire resistant. All seacocks bonded and connected to 2off pear anodes, separate button anodes to rudder fittings
• Steering system: chain/cable system, stainless steel rudder stock bearing on stainless steel mounting plate, rudder stop buffers, steering cables separate tiller arm for AUTOHELM linear drive unit.
• BOW THRUSTER: SIDE-POWER DC bow thruster system (100kg thrust) comprising: Tunnel thruster SE 100/185T, DC Speed Controller (mounted in locker in forward cabin), Proportional Speed Control panel mounted at steering position, Automatic main switch with emergency button (mounted in forward cabin below bunk starboard side). Separate sealed OPTIMA batteries in fore cabin under bunk port and starboard charged from main alternator and/or dedicated mains battery charger.
• OUTBOARD ENGINE: SUZUKI 6hp 4 stroke outboard with canvass cover stowed on bracket mounted on pushpit rail (as new - very little use)

ELECTRICAL:
• BATTERIES: Two banks of 2 x 140A traction heavy duty batteries for domestics, fused link between banks that can be separately isolated. 2off under port aft cabin berth, 2off under starboard heads vanity unit. Single 140A starting battery with link switch to domestic bank under cockpit with isolator and linking switch. All batteries secured by webbing straps into GRP lined storage boxes.
• CHARGING SYSTEM: 125Ah engine driven alternator with STERLING digital charge regulator. Split diode charging system. STERLING digital 2 channel mains battery charger.
• Bespoke engraved 12v electrical distribution panel wired with aircraft type circuit breakers, main isolator switch, LED indicators for each circuit, engraved Hans Christian yacht with LED display for each NAV light that are switchable for night vision. Separate panel lighting.
• Three shunt STERLING digital battery monitoring panel giving current load, total battery power consumption, alternator charging amps, wind turbine charging amps
• Separate matching 240v ac shore panel with aircraft type circuit breakers, isolation switch, LED indicators, mains voltage (V) and current (I) meters, reverse pole indicator, panel fed from 5ma earth leakage trip/isolator switch unit. 16A – 240v input socket for shore power, located behind removable watertight door in cockpit coaming. Galvanic isolator fitted.
• Assorted shore power cables of various lengths.
• Inverter 240v, 1500w, 240v shaver inverter
• 240v 13A ring main with sockets
• 240v fluorescent lighting to all cabins
• 12v lighting(LED) to all cabins
• Red night light units at floor level in berth/locker fronts.
• All cabin cupboards fitted with automatic lighting
• Charger point for 12v dc systems (mobile, VHF radio etc)
• MARELEC RUTLAND 910 Wind generator with regulator, pole mounted on push pit. A rotating spigot is fitted to accept a removable lifting davit for the outboard engine. Solar powered automatic anchor light mounted on wind generator pole.
• 2off 50watt halogen spreader deck lights
• Under boom LED light for cockpit illumination
• All navigation lights fitted with LED bulbs
• Comprehensive tool kit and variety of manuals, spares for all systems.

Dimensions

Length 13.10m
Beam 4.20m
Draft Max 2.25m
Airdraft 17.85m
Displacement 17,820kg (39,293.1lbs)
Headroom 2.25m
Storage Ashore

Rig

Cutter rigged Selden Aluminium spars (unknown year) with Stainless Steel standing rigging (2011)

Sails

Reefing mainsail Crusader - Slab (unknown year) Stack Pack, Fully Battened, Lazy Jacks, 3 Reefs
Headsail Quay Sails - Furling (unknown year)
Other sails Quay Sails 2nd Yankee (unknown year)
Quay Sails Stay’sl (unknown year)
North Polyester Storm Jib (unknown year)
Crusader Sails Storm Tri-Sail (unknown year)

MAST:
• SELDEN Deck stepped section 237/162 single spreader rig
• Toggles for forestay, backstay, shroud attachment converted from T-bar to tang system for cap shrouds, standing backstays, lower shrouds and storm sail stay. Shroud terminal/fork for stay’sl stay.
• AQUABATTEN mainsail track and car system.
• Dedicated storm tri-sail track set to port side of mainsail track.
• Internal 3-leg lazy jack system with ‘Stack Pack’ stowage system.
• Mast Winches: 2off two speed self tailing for main and headsail halyards. Two speed mainsail reefing winch.
• 7off Halyard exit slots with 5off Spinlock clutches (1off triple, 1off double) for main, spinnaker, 1st and 2nd yankee, stay’sl halyard plus additional cleats for all halyards, lazy jacks, pole lifts etc.
• Steaming light
• FIRDELL Radar reflector
• Spinnaker pole track with spigot fitting, vertical pole stowage and rope control line, stowage styrup and chock.
• Mast head TV aerial, LCD anchor/tri colour navigation light, VHF aerial, B&G wind speed/direction transducer, anti bird spikes, 12v horn
• All mast cables in internal ducts.

BOOM
• SELDEN Section 189/139 with 2off main sheet bails, kicker take off, 3-1 internal out haul and 3off reefs all terminating on cam lever stoppers
• Under boom Led cockpit light
• Reefing hooks with addition of ‘MALLION’ spring carabiners to prevent luff cringle rings falling off when re hoisting.

SPINNAKER POLE
• SELDEN Section 96/96 with bayonet inboard and piston outboard end vertically stowed onto front of mast.

FURLING SYSTEM
• Headsail and Staysail on PROFURL P42 furling systems with 2 off 10mm Braidline control lines let to XT jambers in cockpit

STANDING RIGGING
• All standing rigging 1x19 stainless steel 12mm and 10mm diameter.
o 12mm Forestay,
o 12mm Backstay (with 2off aerial insulators)
o 12mm Standing backstays (One with 2off aerial insulators)
o 12mm Cap Shrouds
o 10mm Stay’sl stay
o 10mm lower shrouds 4off
o 8mm emergency storm stay with dedicated deck eye and SEASURE tensioning lever for setting storm jib
• All standing rigging with NORSEMAN GIBB chrome bronze turnbuckles.

MAST RUNNING RIGGING
• 2off 5mm 3 strand twin signal halyards
• 1off 3mm braided burgee halyard
• 12mm braidline main halyard on 2-1 purchase system with HARKEN ball bearing block and snap shackle.
• 2off 6mm 7x19 wire 12mm braidline rope Yankee halyards (one with D shackle, one with snap shackle)
• 1off 12mm braidline topping lift (doubles as spare main halyard)
• 1off 12mm braidline spinnaker halyard with snap shackle
• 2off 6mm braisline three leg lazy jack system
• All snap shackles 316 stainless steel – NORSEMAN GIBB

Electrical Systems

12 volt battery, 7 batteries charged by: engine, wind generator, shore power

Construction

Construction GRP
Underwater profile Long Keel
Finish Gelcoat finish

Accommodation

Total # of berths 6
No. of double berths 2
No. of single berths 1
No. of crew berths 1
Cabin(s) 2
Sink 2
Shower 2
Heads 2 heads (Sea Toilet)

• FORE CABIN: Two berth cabin with two sets of twin circular bronze portholes. Hanging storage lockers with draws under. Access to upper chain lockers. Under berth location of Bow Thruster motor and twin batteries. Forward heads to port side.

• SALOON: Outboard pilot berth to port with stowage under. Freshwater filtration system. U Shaped settee/berth with stowage below. Calorifier, pressurised water pump at aft end and large storage. Large folding table. Settee/berth to starboard with stowage lockers below and behind berth. Book racks with securing system for books, various cupboards including dedicated glass stowage cupboard. Starboard settee and port outboard berth with ‘lee cloths

• CHART TABLE: Set to starboard opposite galley, instruments and stowage for charts, instruments and switch panels, storage locker below.

• AFT CABIN: Set to port side, double berth, wardrobe, seat with part stowage beneath berth and seat, large aft facing porthole.

• HEATING: EBERSPACHER D4 – 4kw diesel indirect hot air system with temperature control and starter switch. Suitable for cold air circulation in summer. Outlets to saloon and forward cabin.

• VENTILATION: 4off stainless steel cowl type vents mounted on dorade boxeswith bronze screw blanking plates. Internal plastic closure plates. Anchor locker vented by screw down deck mounted mushroom vent. All cabins fitted with bronze opening portholes. GEBO aft opening aluminium fore deck hatch with smoked acrylic window. Opening ‘butterfly’ hatch with bronze stays
• Upholstery/cufoam cushions in dark blue velour throughout (all fire safe). Saloon and berths with custom embroidered cushions with name ‘Jolly Swagman. Dark blue polypropylene marine carpet to all floors covered with rubber track marked rubber tile (protects the immaculate teak flooring. Ceiling lights 150mm with LED bulbs, switchable to night light. Double cabin reading spotlights.

• ENTERTAINMENT: HI-Fi radio with CD player with switchable waterproof cockpit speakers, volume balancing between interior and cockpit speakers. Docking/charging system for iPod wired into hi=fi system. 15” 12v LED tv on swivel mount, digital decoder with remote control. Mast head omni directional aerial and amplifier. DVD 12v video player with remote control.

• FRESHWATER SYSTEM: Aft keel tank (approx. 100imp gal), forward GRP keel tanks (approx. 120imp gal). Drain down valve from forward tanks, tank breathers into galley sink, both sets of tanks filled from port deck – all tanks fitted with inspection hatches. Valve system for tank selection under floor panel in saloon. 40lit calorifier heated from engine with hot water mixing valve on output. 240v 2kw immersion heater. 12v SHURFLOW SMART SENSOR 5.7 computerised fresh water system. Double PENGUIN water filtration for all domestic water – polypropylene and carbon filters, isolating valve manifold to facilitate filter change out. Galley faucet fed from pressure system via push button operated 12v solenoid.

• GALLEY: Double sink with bronze taps/pumps and salt water rinse. TAYLORS gimbled stainless steel LPG cooker, twin burners, grill, griddle and full size oven, flame failure devices to all, pan holders, piezo spark ignitors, separate adjacent manual gas isolation valve. 3off 3.9kg propane cylinders with regulator and electric solenoid shut off stowed in vented teak deck box with cylinder securing system on foredeck. Solenoid is wired through gas detectors, in the event of leakage solenoid will automatically isolate the gas at the cylinder. Grab rail and safety webbing strap in front of cooker. Large refrigerator with shelves cooled by WAICO compressor unit with computerised holding plate – computer senses battery voltage/temperature, runs compressor when voltage rises (when batteries are charging) to freeze holding plate or when temperature has risen, will not switch on compressor if batteries are low. Teak/maple covers to fridge, sinks and locker top. Cup and plate storage racks, drawers for various culinary accessories. Removable waste bin under galley worktop. JABSCO high out put deck wash pump with pressure switch , HOZELOCK deck fitting and hosepipe with spray gun fed from dedicated strainer and seacock.

HEADS:
• Forward heads: JABSCO manual sea toilet on saltwater flush with inlet filter and LEESAN water treatment system, change over valve for discharge to sea or to GRP 30imp gal holding tank. Vacuum pump out to deck fitting or electric macerator pump discharge to thru ball valve seacock, overboard tank venting system. Salt water flushing system for holding tank running off deck wash system. Circular washbasin set into marble top, bronze hot/cold water mixer tap. Separate tiled shower with lever controlled mixer tap, switchable JABSCO shower pump out to dedicated thru hull valve.
• Aft heads: Starboard side aft, JABSCO manual sea toilet on saltwater flush with inlet filter and LEESAN water treatment system, overboard discharge only. Circular stainless steel washbasin with hot/cold mixer tap. Small stowage above toilet and outboard of vanity unit.

2 burner propane Stove

Accommodation

Stove
Broiler
Oven
Sink
Refrigerator
Carpet
Drapes
Cabin heating
Manual water system
Pressurised water system
Hot water system
Raw water wash

• FORE CABIN: Two berth cabin with two sets of twin circular bronze portholes. Hanging storage lockers with draws under. Access to upper chain lockers. Under berth location of Bow Thruster motor and twin batteries. Forward heads to port side.

• SALOON: Outboard pilot berth to port with stowage under. Freshwater filtration system. U Shaped settee/berth with stowage below. Calorifier, pressurised water pump at aft end and large storage. Large folding table. Settee/berth to starboard with stowage lockers below and behind berth. Book racks with securing system for books, various cupboards including dedicated glass stowage cupboard. Starboard settee and port outboard berth with ‘lee cloths

• CHART TABLE: Set to starboard opposite galley, instruments and stowage for charts, instruments and switch panels, storage locker below.

• AFT CABIN: Set to port side, double berth, wardrobe, seat with part stowage beneath berth and seat, large aft facing porthole.

• HEATING: EBERSPACHER D4 – 4kw diesel indirect hot air system with temperature control and starter switch. Suitable for cold air circulation in summer. Outlets to saloon and forward cabin.

• VENTILATION: 4off stainless steel cowl type vents mounted on dorade boxeswith bronze screw blanking plates. Internal plastic closure plates. Anchor locker vented by screw down deck mounted mushroom vent. All cabins fitted with bronze opening portholes. GEBO aft opening aluminium fore deck hatch with smoked acrylic window. Opening ‘butterfly’ hatch with bronze stays
• Upholstery/cufoam cushions in dark blue velour throughout (all fire safe). Saloon and berths with custom embroidered cushions with name ‘Jolly Swagman. Dark blue polypropylene marine carpet to all floors covered with rubber track marked rubber tile (protects the immaculate teak flooring. Ceiling lights 150mm with LED bulbs, switchable to night light. Double cabin reading spotlights.

• ENTERTAINMENT: HI-Fi radio with CD player with switchable waterproof cockpit speakers, volume balancing between interior and cockpit speakers. Docking/charging system for iPod wired into hi=fi system. 15” 12v LED tv on swivel mount, digital decoder with remote control. Mast head omni directional aerial and amplifier. DVD 12v video player with remote control.

• FRESHWATER SYSTEM: Aft keel tank (approx. 100imp gal), forward GRP keel tanks (approx. 120imp gal). Drain down valve from forward tanks, tank breathers into galley sink, both sets of tanks filled from port deck – all tanks fitted with inspection hatches. Valve system for tank selection under floor panel in saloon. 40lit calorifier heated from engine with hot water mixing valve on output. 240v 2kw immersion heater. 12v SHURFLOW SMART SENSOR 5.7 computerised fresh water system. Double PENGUIN water filtration for all domestic water – polypropylene and carbon filters, isolating valve manifold to facilitate filter change out. Galley faucet fed from pressure system via push button operated 12v solenoid.

• GALLEY: Double sink with bronze taps/pumps and salt water rinse. TAYLORS gimbled stainless steel LPG cooker, twin burners, grill, griddle and full size oven, flame failure devices to all, pan holders, piezo spark ignitors, separate adjacent manual gas isolation valve. 3off 3.9kg propane cylinders with regulator and electric solenoid shut off stowed in vented teak deck box with cylinder securing system on foredeck. Solenoid is wired through gas detectors, in the event of leakage solenoid will automatically isolate the gas at the cylinder. Grab rail and safety webbing strap in front of cooker. Large refrigerator with shelves cooled by WAICO compressor unit with computerised holding plate – computer senses battery voltage/temperature, runs compressor when voltage rises (when batteries are charging) to freeze holding plate or when temperature has risen, will not switch on compressor if batteries are low. Teak/maple covers to fridge, sinks and locker top. Cup and plate storage racks, drawers for various culinary accessories. Removable waste bin under galley worktop. JABSCO high out put deck wash pump with pressure switch , HOZELOCK deck fitting and hosepipe with spray gun fed from dedicated strainer and seacock.

HEADS:
• Forward heads: JABSCO manual sea toilet on saltwater flush with inlet filter and LEESAN water treatment system, change over valve for discharge to sea or to GRP 30imp gal holding tank. Vacuum pump out to deck fitting or electric macerator pump discharge to thru ball valve seacock, overboard tank venting system. Salt water flushing system for holding tank running off deck wash system. Circular washbasin set into marble top, bronze hot/cold water mixer tap. Separate tiled shower with lever controlled mixer tap, switchable JABSCO shower pump out to dedicated thru hull valve.
• Aft heads: Starboard side aft, JABSCO manual sea toilet on saltwater flush with inlet filter and LEESAN water treatment system, overboard discharge only. Circular stainless steel washbasin with hot/cold mixer tap. Small stowage above toilet and outboard of vanity unit.

2 burner propane Stove

Deck Gear

Sail cover
Cockpit cover
Rode
Fenders
Boathook
Swim Ladder
Bow Thruster

2 halyard winches
4 sheet winches
Electric Francis windlass
3 anchors
(Main Spade, Second CQR, Kedge ‘Bruce”)
120.00m of chain
50.00m of rode
PLASTIMO 2.4 dinghy (unknown year)
(Inflatable)
4hp outboard, Suzuki, Short shaft (unknown year)
• MAIN SPADE 25kg anchor with 120m 3/8” galvanised chain, secure stowage system
• SECOND CQR 45lb anchor with 5m 3/8”chain and 50m 16mm OCTOPLAT warp
o Both the above stowed on bow rollers on pull pit, warps in dedicated anchor lockers below deck
• Anchor tripping line with bouy
• KEDGE BRUCE 20lb anchor with ANKAROLINER 70m 35mm webbing reel on aluminium push pit mounted stowage reel

DECK:
• DECK/COCKPIT: Original teak laid deck and cockpit in excellent condition. Annual treatment with BORACOL to prevent growth of mould
• DECK EQUIPMENT: Standard cutter deck layout with the addition of teak cockpit upstand to take custom spray hood and frame, full enclosure with roll up side and aft windows. Centre section can also be completely zipped out. Fully leathered grab rail to spray hood and binnacle hoop. Cockpit has large locker to starboard accessed through hinged lift up lockable lid. Aluminium fore hatch with tinted polycarbonate. Teak saloon butterfly hatch. Granny bars with two teak boxes (with covers) for winch handles etc. Pin rails for halyard stowage. Boom gallows with leather padding. Stainless steel ‘walk out’ pulpit over bowsprit. Stainless steel pushpit with solid rails extending to cockpit. 30mm diameter stainless steel stanchions with upper (5mm) and lower (4mm) stainless steel 1 x 19 wire construction guard wires with 2off gates each side with GIBB pelican hook opening and closing systems, Wires tensioned by lanyards to facilitate easy emergency release. 2off wooden boat hooks one with pelican hook and line mooring attachment, both stowed on lower shrouds. Telescopic aluminium boat hook stowed in cockpit locker. Dedicated tang and snap shackle for storm jib attachment. Tracks and cars for Yankee sheets. Sheaves fitted with bronze ‘Oilite’ bearings. 2off 32 self tailing primary winches for Yankee. Self tacking track single line system with aluminium X track and car with plunger stop adjustment for boom-less stay’sl. Main sheet Xtrack with 3-1 purchase rope control line system and jam cleats.

COCKPIT
• No 23 self tailing winch for main sheet (in cockpit)
• No 19 self tailing winch for headsail reefing lines, 4off SPINLOCK XT clutches for two headsail reef lines, stay’sl sheeting and vang with reefing lines, stay’sl sheeting and kicker (in cockpit)
• Teak winch handle pockets on each side of companionway
• Teak grab handles each side of companionway hatch
• OSPREY internally and externally lockable bronze companionway security hatch latch
• Varnished teak rimmed wheel steering on binnacle with locking device
• Folding teak table
• Teak mug holders on steering pedestal
• Bow thruster control station on steering pedestal
• Engine and gearbox control station on steering pedestal
• Set of fitted cockpit cushions with back rests

MOORING LINES
• 4off 20mm braidline mooring warps with leathered eyes and anti chafe sleeves complete with FORESHEAD mooring compensators, various other braidline warps and spares, Anchor snubber with chain hook.
• 6off bronze bulwark mounted fairleads with integral cleats for fore, aft and spring mooring lines
ANCHOR WINCH
• FRANCIS 12v electric winch with 3/8” chain gypsy and separate warping drum – wandering control switch.
FENDERS:
• Variety of fenders with attachment lines

Nav Equipment

Compass
Speed
Log
Wind
Radar
VHF DSC radio
GPS
Chart plotter
Autopilot
Navtex
Weather fax
Stereo
Clock
Barometer
Navigation lights
TV
Video
DVD
AIS Receiver
Depth sounder
Radar Reflector

• Binnacle mounted 6”RIGEL compass with internal lighting
• B&G digital read out Log, Speed, Depth and Wind direction at chart table with analogue repeaters in pod at steering position, switchable light intensity for night use.
• NAVMAN chart plotter in pod on binnacle (C-Map charts for part UK, Norway, Sweden, Denmark)
• GARMIN 128 GPS at chart table
• Control panel for selecting either GPS to drive auto pilot and/or B&G YEOMAN chart table plotter
• RAYMARINE AUTOHELM 6000 autopilot with linear drive onto dedicated stainless steel tiller arm, electronic heading compass (under forward end of starboard saloon settee berth. Remote controller/LCD monitor at cockpit instrument pod, pilot fully integrated with GPS systems giving auto tracking to way points etc.
• Chart table dividers/rulers/plotter
• Assorted paper charts/pilot books
• ICOM IC-M603 DSC VHF with remote ‘Commandmic’ microphone (channel change, volume control etc) at instrument pod, switchable cockpit extension speaker in helm seat, foredeck intercom system with removable loud speaker. Auto fog horn system with signal converter powered from ICOM radio. Mast head mounted VHF antennae. Emergency VHF antennae (stowed above chart table)
• JRC 1500 Radar with mast mounted enclosed scanner.
• 12volt mast mounted horn operated from steering position
• WEATHER MAN LCD weather fax receiver.
• FURUNO professional paper chart recording weather fax with integrated NAVTEX receiver, pushpit mounted aerial with amplifier
• AIS transponder/receiver with dedicated receive/transmit aerial mounted on wind generator pole.
• Gas detector alarm with auto solenoid cut off system on gas bottles
• CO2 Detector
• Intruder alarm
• Bulkhead mounted brass Clock, Barometer, Inclinometer, Bronze Tonnage/Registration plate.
• PLASTIMO waterproof binoculars stowed in teak holder by chart table.

Safety Equipment

Fume detector
Carbon Monoxide detector
Liferaft
Life jackets
Life buoys
Searchlight
Danbuoy
Safety harnesses
Horn
EPIRB 406MHz
Swim ladder
Security Alarm
Emergency steering

3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 electric)

• RFD 8 man liferaft packed in container and stowed in dedicated chocks on port deck forward of cockpit. Additions to container: 8off TPA’s (Thermal protective aids) and inflatable radar reflector. Hydrostatic automatic release system.
• Lifebuoy (in pushpit mounted holder) connected by floating line to PLASTIMO Telescopic dan buoy (stowed in stainless steel tube on pushpit) with floating strobe light and drogue.
• PLASTIMO rescue sling with floating line stowed on pushpit in dedicated plastic container
• PLASTIMO rescue line (throwing line) mounted in holder on binnacle
• 2off PLASTIMO emergency boarding ladders with carabiner hooks for quick attachment
• 1off Waterproof battery powered divers torch mounted in quick release holder adjacent to companionway
• 1off Rechargeable searchlight with halogen bulb
• 2off LED LENSER rechargeable torches in stowage clips (companionway & chart table area)
• ARC 406/121MH EPIRB Beacon with GPS locator (registerd) stowed in dedicated holder near chart table
• 1off 4kg dry powder fire extinguisher stowed in galley
• 1off fire blanket stowed in galley
• 3off 1kg dry powder fire extinguishers with pressure gauge, stowed at forward hatch, aft saloon and main companionway
• 1off 1kg automatic dry powder fire extinguisher mounted in engine compartment
• 2off PLASTIMO PILOT 275N lifejackets with harness, fitted with HAMAR release units
• 2off PLASTIMO PILOT 150N lifejackets with harness, fitted with HAMAR release units
• Webbing safety lines
• Various flares
• First aid packs (including 1off Cat ‘C’ pack – commercial type)
• SAM SPLINT emergency fracture splint
• Certified helicopter rescue strop
• PLASTIMO waterproof binoculars
• Thermal Protection Aids
• Hand held waterproof/floating VHF Radio
• Emergency VHF aerial

• HENDERSON double acting manual bilge pump with strum box in aft bilge sump, access to pump handle through bronze deck port on starboard side seat in cockpit
• RULE 3500 gph electric bilge pump with JABSCO sited in aft bilge sump, air operated automatic switch with auto/manual switch panel in galley
• Emergency steering tiller (stowed under aft cabin berth)
• 2off webbing side deck jackstays (cockpit to bow), 2off webbing jackstays on centreline (mainsheet track to mast)
• ‘Granny bars’ to each side of mast
• Drop in storm boards for companion way hatch, in dedicated stowage unit in aft cabin
• Full set of International Code Signal Flags plus some International courtesy flays in dedicated teak stowage unit in saloon.

Broker's Comments

I'm not sure what else I can say about this boat as there is so much information in the details above!

She looks to be in good condition and has plenty to offer the new owner whether that would be sailing the coast of the UK or venturing further afield.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Hans Christian 43 has been personally photographed and viewed by a representative of Boatshed Lincolnshire. Click here for contact details.

Owners FAQ's

How long have you owned the boat for?

Since 2015

Why are you selling her?

Since the pandemic my personal circumstances have changed and I am not able to get full use – this is a reluctant sale and I am looking to sell to someone who will get the maximum benefit from a fantastic vessel.

Where have you sailed her?

As I explained things have changed for me and although I planned to take her to the West Coast of Scotland I am not able to fulfil that ambition now. She has been in County Durham since I purchased her. The previous owner spent most of the previous fifteen years sailing the Norwegian coast from Whitby, she is a superb deep sea cruising craft.

The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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