1984 Hans Christian 33T
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Priced to sell!
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Emeryville, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 99,000
TAIGA is a Hans Christian 33T bluewater auxiliary cutter that was designed by Harwood Ives and constructed in the Hansa Yachts shipyard in Taiwan. Hansa Yachts built the Hans Christian line from 1980 to 1987. She is hull number 73 of a total of 155 HC 33T's that were built. The yachts built in the Hansa yard are known to be superior in quality to earlier or subsequent builds that were done in other yards.
TAIGA spent most of her life in Lake Michigan and the clear, clean fresh waters of Flathead Lake in Montana. She was used only in the summer and stored on the hard in the winters. In July of 2013 TAIGA was upgraded and commissioned for ocean voyaging in Seattle, WA. Since then she has cruised the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and down the coast to San Francisco Bay.
What separates the HC33 from the larger boats in the Hans Christian line is her exceptional ease of handling.Under sail, she’s seakindly without the tendency to bounce or bob over waves and she is very comfortable when the going gets rough.
TAIGA shows like a new yacht! With a Yanmar Diesel Engine, a Westerbeke Diesel Generator and extensive sail inventory, she is ready to cruise in comfort.
Opportunities like this do not come around often. Don't wait on this one! Call today to inspect this fine yacht!
For additional information and viewing of this fine quality yacht please contact listing agent Mark Miner. I am always available on my mobile phone at 415-290-1347 or e-mail me at email@example.com
Please contact Mark Miner at (415) 290-1347
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hans Christian / Hansa Yachts Und Shifbau
Designer: Harwood Ives
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 8 in
LWL: 29 ft 2 in
Length on Deck: 32 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 18500 lbs
Ballast: 6800 lbs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar Diesel
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model: 3QM30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2358
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (90 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Outboard engine brackets
Designed by Harwood Ives and introduced in 1980, the Hans Christian 33 is the smallest in the family of sturdy double-enders offered by Hans Christian Yachts. Like all boats from the Hans Christian line of that era, the HC33 is a heavy displacement double-ender, solid and seaworthy. She oozes the traditional feel with extensive use of teak inside and out.
At first glance you’ll notice the springy sheerline, large bowsprit and a cutter rig that’s become a favorite among blue water aficionados. Overhangs are quite moderate making for a long LWL for her size and a good hull speed. Below the waterline is a full keel with an aggressively shaped forefoot cutaway and a large rudder that’s hung at the very aft extremity of the boat. Compared to previous Hans Christian boats, the turn of the bilge has been tightened up and the HC33 carries more shoulder in the underwater sections which has resulted in more form stability (righting effort).
She was one of the more innovative boats at her introduction with an internal layout that utilized every nook and cranny that even today has yet to be surpassed. Ives, having designed the previous 38T, 38MkII and 43 moved the interior furniture outwards closer to the hull. The galley was located below the deck and molded fiberglass tankage (both water and fuel) was located in the keel cavity for stability.
Upon entering the yacht one is immediately impressed with the extensive use of teak. The interior is warm, rich and nautical. At the base of the companionway the spacious galley is located to port. Across from the galley to starboard is a private stateroom with a large double berth and a hanging locker. Moving forward there is an L shaped dinette to port with a straight settee across to starboard. This straight settee expands to make a comfortable single berth that will accommodate a 6'4" person. The chart table and Navigation station is just forward of the starboard settee. Forward to port is a pullman berth with banks of drawers and cabinets below. Directly across to starboard is a huge hanging locker storage cabinet with large double doors. All the way forward in the bow is the large head with a separate stall shower.
- Extensive teak interior with green marble counter tops and green leather upholstery
- Teak and holly sole throughout
- Large butterfly hatch above dinette table, 10 port lights, large hatch forward
- Brass 5" dome lights with twin switches for white or red light
- Solid brass port light covers. Screens for all port lights and hatches
- Sailing and West Coast Cruising library at navigation station
The galley is extremely functional at the base of the companionway. There are two opening port lights to provide excellent ventilation, communication with the cockpit and natural light. There is a large capacity 12V deep feezer under the aft counter as well as a large top loading cold plate refrigerator in the counter top. The sink is close to center on an angled counter and the chef can easily work this galley in rough conditions. There is a tremendous amount of storage in cabinets, drawers and a large top loading dry storage box in the counter top.
- Large capacity DC Freezer
- Cold plate DC Refrigerator
- Force-10 3 burner gimbaled stove with oven and broiler.
- Stainless steel sink w/ built in cutting board and stainless steel prep area
- Deep top loading pantry / dry storage box
- Stainless steel sink with built in cutting board and stainless steel prep area
- Hot & cold pressure water system
- Foot pump for sea water rinse
- Water filter system
- Tank Tender Guage
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
- Raymarine C80 Multifunction Display for GPS Chartplotter & Radar
- Raymarine Radome 18" 2KW Radar Array mounted high on pedestal at cruising arch
- Raymarine ST6001 SmartPilot Autopilot with core pack and heavy duty linear drive.
- Raymarine ST60 Depth display
- Raymarine ST60 Knot Log
- Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed / Wind Point (wind speed & sensor is missing)
- ICOM IC-502 VHF Radio
- ICOM ICM802 SSB Radio (Not currently connected)
- Masthead Tri-Color LED Navigation Lights
- Deck level LED Navigation Lights
- Steaming light, deck lights, courtesy lights
TAIGA features a Westerbeke 3KW Diesel Powered Generator in a sound shield mounted in the lazarrette. This feature along with her Magna Sine Inverter / Charger system make cruising and extended periods at anchor stress free and comfortable. It is unusual to find a yacht this size with these features.
- Westerbeke 3KW Diesel Powered Generator in a sound shield enclosure.
- Magnum Energy "MagnaSine" 2KW Inverter / Charger System
- Electrical power supplied from Engine, Generator or Inverter System
- 30A Shore Power receptacle and cord
Deck and Hull Features / Equipment
- Custom Stainless Steel Radar Arch
- Handsome, spacious and practical stainless wrapped bow pulpit
- Stainless wrapped stern pulpit with custom stainless, easily deployed swim ladder
- Stainless steel Mast Pulpit with two 3-pin teak pinrails
- Stainless steel binnacle with large diameter teak and stainless spoke wheel
- Mast is fully fitted with ABI cast aluminum folding mast steps
- Lifesling MOB Recovery system plus 4:1 stainless steel hoisting block and tackle mounted to radar arch
- Large molded GRP rudder hinged to hull and bottom of keel
- Stainless steel cable steering
- Emergency tiller
- Integral cockpit with teak decking, rails, coaming and trim (Excellent condition)
- Hand laid fiberglass hull with with teak decking, rails and trim
- All brightwork has been coated with 6 coat varnish system
- Large cockpit drains
- LP Gas locker in starboard cockpit deck hatch
- Lazarette access through port cockpit deck hatch
- Locker with storage under helm seat
Sails and Rigging Equipment
- Mack Sails Fully Battened Mainsail with 3 reefing points
- Mack Sails Jib
- Schafer 2100 Headsail Furler
- Mack Sails Stack Pack System
- Lazy Jacks
- Yankee, spare Yankee, spare Jib, Storm Sails, 155% Genoa, Trysail and Spinnaker
- (7) Barient Stainless Steel Self Tailing Winches
- (5) Stainless Steel Winch Handles
- Boom Gallows
Engine and Mechanical Systems
- Westerbeke 3KW Diesel Generator in sound shield enclosure
- Yanmar 3QM30 Inboard Diesel Engine with 2358 hours as of 6/1/2017
- KM3P Gearbox
- 1 1/4" Diameter stainless steel shaft
- 3 Blade bronze propellor - 21"D X 16"P with identical spare propellor
- Tank Tender Guage
- Lewmar Heavy Duty Electric Anchor Windlass w/ foot pedals, chain & rode gypsies
- 45 Lb Stainless Steel CQR Anchor
- 35 Lb Stainless Steel CQR Anchor
- 25 Lb Galvanized Danforth Anchor
- 265' of 5/16" galvanized chain w/ stainless steel shackle
- 200' of braided nylon rode w/ 10' of 3/8" galvanized chain and galvanized shackle
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. Buyer should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht, and should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
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