Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hans Christian Yachts designee Pantawee Marine Company LTD in Pattaya Thailand. Jack Hall owner and director of the vesselyard and has been with Hans Christian since 1994. Also builder of the Hallmark 480 and the Lobsterman picnic boat.
Designer: Scott Sprague.
Flag of Registry: United States or can be an other country that the buyer determines he wishes to see title taken
Keel: is a long cord fin with underbalance on half skeg and designed with lower part of rudder to be able to break away if the rudder takes a strike of heavy volume. The remaing section of rudder will be sufficient to allow steering the boat to a place of repair.
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 35 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Ballast: 11000 lbs
Engine Brand: YANMAR
Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
Cruising Speed: 8 knots Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Total Power: 75 horsepower Yanmar Turbocharged diesel engine. Other engines can be installed at optional prices which could add cost to the base price.
Fuel: 100 US. GAL
Fresh Water: 150 US. GAL
Holding: 26 US. GAL
THE HANS CHRISTIAN “43 Christina” Contempory. CONSTRUCTION The hull and deck are hand laid up in accordance with approved laminates and procedures. The standard hull and deck colour is white (ref. LR #8981). In the hull a combination of woven roving and chopped strand mat are used with thickness increasing towards the keel. There is a reinforcing balsa core in the topsides which stops at six inches above the waterline. Vinylester resin is used for the initial layers below the waterline. The ballast keel is encapsulated entirely within the hull molding. The deck molding has a PVC foam and/or balsa core which is replaced with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are attached. A two part epoxy barrier coat paint is applied below the boot-top for extra anti-osmosis protection.
The rudder is molded GRP with a stainless steel stock. The lower bearing is a cast bronze item. The rudder post is machined to accept cable steering fittings as standard (hydraulic steering available as an option) and a custom emergency tiller is provided.
The cockpit is integral with the deck molding. There are cockpit lockers to port and starboard with a further two lockers under the helm seat. The port locker is reserved for propane gas tank stowage. The cockpit has teak inlay to the seats as standard with the Builder: Pantawee Marine Ltd, Pattaya, Thailand Designer: Scott Sprague
INTERIOR AND JOINER WORK
The interior of the vessel will be with solid teak staving and selected teak veneers. The cabin sole is teak and holly striped, and the overheads are finished in custom white FRP panels with solid teak trims. There is an optional layer of insulation above the overheads offered. Counter tops and the chart table are finished with black Formica, the galley work surface as well as the bathroom counters are finished in white Formica as standard, options include marble or granite surfaces from our selected samples. All doors are of solid teak with ventilation louvers to the lower panel as standard. All door frames, locker doors and frames are of solid teak construction. All door furniture is brass (stainless fittings are available as an option. large cockpit drains are fitted to the cockpit sole also teak inlay.
Recommended WINCHES AND HARDWARE
Primaries 2 x #54 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches Secondary’s 2 x #40 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch Mainsheet 1 x #44 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch Halyards 3 x #44 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches Outhall 1 x #30 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch Reefing 1 x #30 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch 2 winch handles Size 3 Mainsheet track and blocks by Lewmar giving a 4:1 purchase on the mainsheet. Yankee and staysail tracks are stainless steel T-track with a total of 6 Lewmar size 3 cars.
The standard rig for the vessel is a cutter rig with a club footed staysail to the dimensions as follows: I 50' 1" (15.27m) J 18’10 ¾” (5.754m) P 46' 7 3/4” (14.224m) E 15' 0" (5.572m) A single spreader aluminum mast with internal halyards for Mainsail, Headsail and Staysail. Three winches and cleats mast mounted for halyards. One masthead light, one bow light and one pair of spreader lights. The aluminum boom fitted with an internal outhaul system and two winchs and cleats for outhaul and reefing. Standing rigging of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with swage on upper end fittings and swage on turnbuckles at lower fittings.
MAINSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut main with two reefs and a total area of 35.51 m2 HEADSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut, 90% hanks on Yankee - total area of 50.61m2 STAYSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut hanks on Staysail - total area of 20.85 m2 BOOM COVER YANKEE READY BAG STAYSAIL READY BAG
Designed as a “wet head” with wash basin to port and shower faucet to starboard. White Formica counter surfaces, stainless steel washbasin, bronze mixer faucet to basin. A manual marine head installed in the correct manner with vented loops on both salt water inlet and discharge. Y-Valve fitted into discharge line allowing waste to be discharged directly overboard, or to integral holding tank. General finish of the head to be white FRP moldings, and panels with teak trims. Ample stowage is provided by way of lockers all round, finished with lexan doors in teak frames. Finish to the inside of the lockers is in white Formica with teak trims. A teak toilet tissue holder is fitted to the inside of the locker door under the washbasin. A large stainless steel hatch provides natural light and ventilation to the compartment. The hatch is supplied with a bug screen. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. The washbasin drains into the shower drain system. The shower drains into the shower drain system, mounted under the forward berth and discharged overboard through a flanged seacock located under the forward berth. The shower sump operates automatically and has a separate circuit breaker at the DC panel. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head. Salt water inlet flanged seacock for the marine head is located under the removable sole panel in the forward cabin. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and one twin directional spotlight fitting over the washbasin. A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, to the forward cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the door in an open position.
Teak staved throughout. Teak bookshelf running along port side of Pullman berth. 6 (six) drawers are fitted under the berth, and a locker with louvered door forward, alongside drawers. The dresser to starboard consists of hanging lockers forward and aft, separated by a dressing table, with a large teak framed mirror. The lockers are lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A dressing stool is fitted under the dresser. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision’ lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the bookshelf to port, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the dresser to starboard, and one brass reading lamp to the aft bulkhead over the berth. One double outlet for AC power is fitted outboard of the berth over the bookshelf and another on the vanity unit. An 11 gallon water heater is installed under the Pullman berth. The water heater is of the calorifier type, where engine coolant is circulated through a coil within the cylinder heating the water when the engine is running. The unit also has an electric heating element installed which enables hot water to be produced when the vessel has AC power. Two stainless steel deck hatches overhead provide ventilation to the compartment. A dorade vent is also located in the cabin. The dorade vent and hatches are supplied with bug screens. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, leads aft to the saloon. A gooseneck hook holds the door in an open position.
Teak Staved throughout. A 'U'-shaped dinette is to port, and a settee to starboard. Natural light is provided in the way of large fixed windows all round, fitted with lexan smoked glass. Stowage lockers with teak louvered doors are fitted forward and aft with bookshelves between. A large teak veneered dining table, with solid teak removable fiddles is the focal point of the saloon. Two stainless steel deck hatches overhead provide natural light and ventilation to the compartment. 3 dorade vents are located in the area and all are fitted with bug screens. The compartment is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, twin directional spotlights are fitted over the bookshelves to port and starboard, Two double outlets for AC power are fitted to the aft outboard cabinets. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. Moving aft the Nav Station is located to starboard and the galley to port. Both located near the vessels pitch centre.
Teak staved throughout, the Navigation station faces outboard with a swing out seat. The large chart table is finished in black Formica with solid teak trims. The chart table top lifts to provide chart stowage under complete with two drawers, and a locker provides stowage under the table. The main electrical panel is mounted to the aft panel, and the bilge pump control panel and the tank monitoring system are mounted to the forward panel with ample space for optional electronic packages. A stainless steel deck hatch overhead provides natural light and ventilation to the area. The area is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the Nav station. One double outlet for AC power is fitted. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
Teak staved throughout, the galley is located to port and is fitted with a deep stainless double sink facing forward. A bronze mixer faucet provides hot and cold water from the pressurized main. In addition two bronze hand pumps are fitted, one providing salt water, the other one fresh water from the vessels tanks. Teak cutting boards are supplied for the sink. White Formica counter surfaces. Ample stowage is provided by way of drawers and lockers. The large FRP iceboxes are insulated with 4" of polyurethane foam and are accessed via lift tops and an opening side door. The gimballed stove is a Force 10 three burner with broiler, and is fitted into a stainless steel lined opening. Access to the engine can be gained through a door under the sink. A stainless steel deck hatch overhead provides natural light and ventilation to the area. A dorade vent is fitted over the sink unit and the vent and hatch are supplied with a bug screen. one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, twin directional spotlights are fitted to the work spaces. One double outlet for AC power is fitted to the work space. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
The two aft cabins are accessed via sliding teak doors with louvered lower panels located either side of the companionway steps. Both cabins are identical and are teak staved throughout. A good-size berth is fitted with hanging locker outboard, lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A teak bookshelf is fitted outboard of the berth. A small vanity unit complete with hand basin and bronze mixer faucet is fitted to the forward bulkhead. Stowage is provided in way of drawers under each berth , a locker under the vanity unit and stowage lockers to the overheads. Natural light is provided via a large fixed window fitted with smoked lexan glass and an opening port into the cockpit fitted with bug screen. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting mounted under the bookshelf, and one brass reading lamp to the forward bulkhead over the berth. One double outlet for AC power is fitted at the vanity unit. Access to the steering gear is via double doors to the aft bulkhead. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
The vessel has installed integral water tanks with an approximate capacity of 150 gallons (567 litres), two integral fuel tanks, coated with approved epoxy tank coating with a total capacity of approximately 100 gallons (380 litres), and an integral holding tank with a capacity of approximately 25 gallons (94 litres). The pressurized hot and cold water system consists of one 12V DC water pressure pump with strainer and an accumulator to provide an even flow and to eliminate water hammer, and one 11 gallon calorifier, with a fitted element for hot water from AC power. All freshwater pipe work uses WHALE fittings for hot and cold water. Other standard fitted equipment as follows :- 'Y' valve for Toilet discharge overboard, or to the holding tank Isolating valves on all water and fuel tanks 1 submersible 12v DC electric bilge pump, with strainer and automatic float switch discharging overboard 1 bronze manual bilge Pump, with Strainer, Discharging overboard 1 12V DC Electric Shower Sump Pump, with Strainer Discharging Overboard Bronze Shower and Washbasin fittings in Bathrooms. Water Manual pump Faucets to galley sink Copper Tubing from Gas Locker to Stove well Bronze Through Hull fittings with Bronze Flanged seacock’s on all Standard hull penetrations.
The vessel is wired for a 12 volt DC electrical system as standard. An AC power system (110V or 220V) is wired to run from a shore power connection point, and there is one AC outlet in each area ; Aft cabin, galley, Saloon, Forward Cabin. Standard lighting fixtures are Brass 5 inch dome lights with twin switches for white and red 'night vision' lighting, twin spotlight lights in alcoves and under shelving, Brass reading lights are fitted above the berths, and red cabin sole courtesy lights throughout. Standard fit out as follows :- A copper strip running the entire length of the vessel for the Bonding system with all tanks, seacock’s, chain plates etc fully bonded 3 Zinc Anodes Connected to the Bonding System 1 50 Amp 110/220 Volt Shore Power Plug/Adaptor 1 Heavy Duty Master Disconnect Switch for Batteries 2 Fibreglass Battery Boxes with Batteries and battery Cables 1 Newmar Control Panel Navigation Lights on Stern and Bow Rails Propane gas Solenoid Shutoff Valve w/control in galley
The Standard scope of supply for the machinery items are as follows :- Fully Bonded FRP Seats for engine installation Yanmar 4JH3-TBE, 75HP c/w KM4A/7 Gearbox 1 ½” Diameter Stainless Steel Propeller Shaft 1 Bronze 3 Bladed Propeller Insulated Engine Compartment 1 Primary Fuel Filter before Fuel Manifold 1 Engine cooling water flanged seacock with strainer 1 12V DC Engine Room Blower 2 FRP Exhaust Mufflers - 1 water lock, and 1 muffler. <> GENERAL The bilges and lockers are painted throughout The interior woodwork is finished in a satin finish varnish, with gloss detailing. The boot-top is painted in yacht paint finish
This specification is believed to be correct at the time of printing, but the builder reserves the right to make alterations without notice. Such alterations will not be considered applicable to yachts delivered. A building specification would be agreed and incorporated into the build contract at the time of order.