Presenting the WORLD CRUISING YACHT, the Hans Christian Pilothouse 39', "MALAHINI". She has had major upgrades over the past four years at Bennett Brothers Yachts including; hull, deck and mast painted with Awl Craft 2000/2001 paint, all standing rigging replaced, new teak decks and cockpit, bottom epoxy barrier coated and new rudder, quadrant and steering cables. She has Furuno radar/dpgs split screen, autopilot, ICOM VHF radio, renewed house and engine start batteries, new Force Ten stove, REPOWERED w/new Yanmar diesel, new exhaust syatem,offshore safety gear and many extras. Owner is on an extended assignment overseas. Easily seen at our Marina in Wilmington, NC.
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Contact Terry Rose at 910 772 9277 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or a personal showing.
Please contact Terry Rose at 910-772-9277
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hans Christian
Designer: Harwood Ives
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 5 in
LWL: 33 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 57 ft 6 in
Fuel: 250 g 3 tanks Fresh Water: 200 g 2 SS tanks Holding: 25 g SS
Starting forward is a split chain locker to accomodate two anchor rodes and it is accessed through double louvred doors. Immediately following in the vee is a head and shower with abundant storage cabinets on port and starboard. This space could be converted to serve as a work room or sail/equipment storage. The master cabin is next with the signature Hans Christian's double pullman berth to port with ample bureau drawers beneath, opposite to starboard is a wash basin and a large hanging locker for cloths storage. Through a passage, closed off by a solid door, it is up two steps to the pilothouse. In this passageway you will find a large ensuite head and shower to port and a pilot berth opposite to starboard. The pilothouse serves as the saloon, lower helm station, galley and navigation area. The lower helm is forward to starboard and outboard of the helm is the ships electrical panel. After the helm is a settee and opposite is the fixed dinette table with an opening leaf. The dinette will seat six easily. Port of the dinette table is an L-shaped seating arrangement that converts to a double berth. The galley; stove, fridge, storage and double sink are in the port aft corner of the pilothouse behind the dinette and immediately adjacent to the door leading to the cockpit. Opposite the galley is the nav area and a passage to the quarterberth which is down two steps and under the port side of the cockpit. The double quarterberth is an excellent sea-going berth. The cockpit aft of the pilothouse has an outside steering station, ample seating, and emergency tiller access. Dinghy davits, rod holders and swim ladder are mounted to the pushpit at the rear of the cockpit.
Galley & Appliances
The galley is located immediately to port in the pilothouse when entering through the campanionway watertight door from the cockpit. There is a fridge, stove, ample storage and double stainless steel sink with hot and cold fresh water sipgots. The sink is also served with footpumps for both fresh and salt water. The propane system has new copper tubing, on/off control, aluminum propane tanks and refurbished dedicated storage locker.
Force 10 SS two burner with oven
2 - 10 lb propane tank w/pressure gauge
Insulated fridge box
ShurFlo 12V DC water pressure pump
Two Aqua Temp AC Systems
LaMarch 120 V AC cooling pump
Seaward 6 gal SS Hot Water Tank (new)
Adler Barbour 12V Cold Plate
Engine Driven Refrigeration Compressor mounted on Engine
The mast was removed for paint in 2005 and at that time all electronic wiring; AWI, VHF antenna, radar scanner cable, Nav lights, etc were renewed or replaced. A new radar bracket was installed also new transducer for speed and depth installed in 2002.
ICOM 25w Transceiver IC-M127 '03
Furuno NavNet DGPS/36m Radar '05
Furuno DGPS Navigator at Helm '00
Autohelm belt driven Autopilot
Portawatt 600 amp Invertor
Raymarine ST60 Close hauled wind instrument '05
Horizon SL45 Digital speed '00
Horizon DS45 Digital depth '00
Sestrel Compass mounted on Edson pedestal steering
The DC wiring has the standard small boat system with toggle switches, monitoring systems and breakers for the vessels various DC circuits. The AC system has breakers on an industrial panel for the vessels various AC circuits, galley equipment, and receptacles.
2 4-D Lifeline AGM Type (Glass Mat) for house systems '05
Exide Orbital engine start batteries
Hans Christian Ship's distribution panel
Engine driven 90 amp Alternator
120 VAC 30 amp Shorepower
Hubbell SS 30 amp connectors (new)
Polarity light indicator at panel
Breakers at panel for 12V & 120 VAC systems
4-50ft Shorepower Cables
All deck hardware was removed and the deck painted with Awlcraft 2000 white with nonskid applied on pilothouse top and trunk cabin radius in 2004. Teak decking was laid on side decks, house top,cockpit sole and seating and coaming boards and slats in 2004. The teak decking was bonded with Sikaflex and seams were caulked with SIS 440. All deck hardware was replaced and rebedded. She is cutter rigged with a self-tacking staysail and roller furling jib. The mast and all spars were painted with three coats off-white Awlcraft 2000 in 2005. All spars were prepped and primed with three coats of Alumiprep Corrosion remover and Alodine Conversion coating and Epoxy Primer. All running and standing rigging were replaced at the time the mast was out for paint. The standing rigging was replaced with Stalock fittings and wired w/316 grade stainless steel 1x19. The mast step was replaced with a specially fabricated SS piece.
SS Bow and Stern Rails
Dual vinyl coated lifelines
SS stanchions at 28"
3 Scuppers in cockpit
Teak timber mooring post on foredeck
2 Mooring cleats port & stbd stern quarter
2 Cleats port & stbd deck midships
3 Teak cabin trunk hatches Acrylic replaced '05
1-15x22 Bronze frame aft Pilothose portlight
16 Bronze frame deckhouse portlights
2 12V DC decklights
Twisted nylon dock lines
Simpson Lawrence manual crank windlass
CQR 35 lb Plow anchor w/400 ft HT 5/16 chain
SS Plow anchor w/70 ft chain and 250 ft twisted nylon rode
4 Teak cabin trunk grab rails
New bow pulpit w/SS rod bobstay and fittings
Dual SS anchor rollers
Chain stopper on pulpit
4 Dorade Vents
SS folding swim ladder
Custom SS dinghy davits
2 SS Mast strut
2 FRP Dorade Boxes
FRP Propane vented deck locker
Saltwater Jabsco 12 V DC washdown system
SS Bimini top w/canvas
Deck stepped mast w/strut to keel
Aluminum Geona tracks
2 Cathay # 28 ST primary winches
2 Cathay # 22 two speed mast winches
1 Cathay # 16 single mast winch
1 Cathay # 10 single boom winch
2 Cathay # 24 two speed ST deckhouse winches
Profurl roller furling Genoa
Assorted single and double sheave blocks
2 Reaching Poles
SS Boom crutch w/teak
Sheethouse traveler for main sheet
Granny Bars at the Mast
All sails are servicable and in average condition.
The full dispacement hull is fiberglass with glassed in longitudinals and interior partitions. The hull was painted in 2005 with Awlcraft 2000 in Jade Mist Green with a single Off White bootstripe. The bottom was pressure washed, peeled, flat sanded and sealed with one coat of 1000/1001 Interprotect Barrier Coat. It was faired using epoxy filler and then five coats of Interprotect 2000/2001 Epoxy Barrier Coat applied. The thruhull and strainer for the main engine was replaced with a 1" combination unit. The bottom was painted with three coats of Interlux Ultra with Biolux.
New fairing block and transducer
Rudder bearing replaced '08
Single bronze propellor 18x13
SS Propellor shaft 1 1/2"
New rudder fabricated on SS web and shaft
Rudder quadrant replaced
Steering cables replaced
Engine and Equipment
The engine is located under the aft pilothouse deck area. Engine instrumentation is mounted in the cockpit. Three fuel tanks are located outboard of the engine and beneath the aft quarterberth.
New engine mounts
New FRP water baffled muffler
Hurth marine gear 2:50:1 ratio
Fram fuel filter/water separator system
90 amp Alternator
Whale diaphragm manual bilge pump
Rule 2000GPH submersible bilge pump with automatic float switches
Engine driven Refrigeration compressor
Iron fuel tanks encapsulated w/FRP laminates
Assorted Mooring Lines and Fenders
Zodiac 6 Man Offshore Liferaft
5 Offshore Life Jackets PFD Type 1 w/C-strobe
ACR Inflatable Distress Flag Orange
Orion Distress Signals exp '09
ACR EPIRB 406 battery exp '12
2 Horseshoe Life Rings w'Strobe Light
Hand held Aerosol Type Horn
Brass Ships Bell
Brass Ships Clock and Barometer
3 Cabin Fans
2 Boat Hooks
2 KIDDE Fire Extinguishers
Standard Handheld VHF HX350S
AVON Roll-up 10' Dinghy
Evinrude Outboard 6hp
Raritan Manual Head '07
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A Buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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