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New Hans Christian 48
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- Pataya, Thailand
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The Queen of the Hans Christian fleet has been proven over the decades as one of the worlds finest cruising yachts. All the specifications prove this out along with up to 12 year circumnavigations. Consider the High bulwarks, the custom teak work that can be as much or as little as you wish, The cutaway forefoot that allows quick tacking along with plenty of room for an optional bow thruster. Think of the masterful craftsmanship found in the interior and exterior, think of the fully hung rudder that is massive and fastened to the entire trailing edge of the keel, consider the propeller armature that protects the prop from lines and floating objects that are impossible to avoid. These blue water cruisers offer a great deal to all true sailors, in all conditions found at sea.
There are many options such as full 1" stainless steel railing around the boat, bow thrusters, custom teak rub rails with bronze or stainless strikers, mast pulpits with pin rails and dunnage boxes, custom deck house for cockpit, full electronic packages that are installed at the area of commissioning. Generators up to 8KW, air conditioning, watermakers. and you name it, we can do it as long as it falls into the design objectives.
These boats are all built to custom order, so a price must be quoted by the total picture. Shipping costs from your Thailand yard vary depending on the port of entry. ,
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Contact Craig Beckwith of Mariners Yacht and Ship Brokerage at the Newport Beach office. My 36 years with Hans Christian will help you further understand the full process. I am the CEO of Hans Christian Yachts US and work with my partner Mike O'Connor the president of Mariners Yacht and Ship Brokerage Inc... Mike will also be your guide in the purchase of a new boat as he is a CPYB member, CYBA., professional delivery and commercial vessel with a Master Mariners License and 60,000 miles of Ocean under his keel. Come along and let us design a yacht for you that is truly a vessel for all seasons and all reasons.
The Hans Christians are built by PANTAWEE MARINE in Pataya Thailand under the guidance of Jack Hall a graduate Marine engineer who was taught his trade working for and with the Salthouse brothers in New Zealand. Jack is an expat to Thailand and has lived there many years and his years of experience and his wife and daughter are the management team that oversee the workers.
We encourage you to hire the best surveyors and yacht consultants to oversee your build.
We also work directly with Bob Varga, who is our European dealer and will be building the new three model 33 Hans Christian in Croatia.
Certain drawings are used in this presentation and are available for purchase by an individual vendor.
You can contact Craig Beckwith at (949) 230 8573 or email me at email@example.com
Please contact Craig Beckwith at 949-429-2628
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
48 Traditional cutter
The Hans Christian 48 Traditional cutter/ketch world class cruiser
HC 48 Traditional
Designed by: Scott Sprague
PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS & DESIGN DATA
Length overall: 17.40m
Length on deck: 14.60m
Length on waterline: 12.60m
Beam at waterline: 3.86m
Ballast (lead): 6668kg
Bridge Clearance: 18.3m
Sail area (Cutter rig): 110.38sq m
Sail area displacement ratio: 17.0
Aspect ratio: 5.86:1
Beam length ratio at waterline: 3.63m
Prismatic coefficient: .54
Length/Beam ratio: 2.89
Ballast displacement ratio: 34%
Displacement length ratio: 260
Kg per cm immersion: 173
Tankage: Fuel: 720L
Propulsion: Yanmar 4JH4-HTE, 100HP
Reduction: KBW21 2.62:1
Propeller: 3 bladed, RH, 22” x 11”
The hull and deck are hand laid up in accordance with approved laminates and procedures. The standard hull and deck color is off 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 PVC foam 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 core which is replaced with solid fiberglass 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 base of which locates onto the bottom of the keel fairing. The heel fitting 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. Edson steering pedestal is standard. Custom bronze pedestal is optional.
The cockpit is integral with the deck molding. There are two cockpit locker to port and starboard fitted with GRP sealing lids. The cockpit has vertical teak staving to the seat backs, with teak inlays to the seats as standard. The cockpit sole is also teak inlay with one removable panel for access to the engine room. Four large cockpit drains are fitted.
The standard rig for the vessel is a cutter rig with a club footed staysail to the dimensions as follows:
A single spreader aluminum mast with external 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 aluminium boom fitted with a 4:1 outhaul system and two winches 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 three reefs and a total area of 38.07 m2
- HEADSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut, 63% hanks on Yankee - total area of 45.25m2
- STAYSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut hanks on Staysail - total area of 27.06m2
- BOOM COVER
- YANKEE READY BAG
- STAYSAIL READY BAG
The side decks, coach roof and cockpit are all teak covered, 9/16" thick, laid down on two part flexible sealant, and screwed and plugged. Ventilation is provided by five opening stainless steel framed deck hatches, 12 bronze opening elliptical portholes, one opening custom skylight, and four stainless steel dorade ventilators. Teak grab rails are fitted on the coach roof.
The following are also supplied:
- Stainless Steel Pulpit
- Stainless Steel Pushpit
- 1 stainless steel deck hatch 20 ½” x 20 ½”
- 2 stainless steel deck hatches 17 ¼” x 17 ¼”
- 2 stainless steel deck hatches 16 ½ ” x 16 ½”
- 12 Bronze Port Holes
- 1 custom teak framed Skylight
- stainless steel guard for Skylight
- 14 stainless Steel stanchions
- teak port & starboard mast storage boxes
- stainless steel mast guard with pin rail
- 8 teak halyard belaying pins
- GRP with teak covering sail locker hatch
- teak companionway sliding hatch
- 6 custom bronze mooring cleat/fairlead combination
- 2 large bronze freeing ports
- bronze labeled water and fuel deck fillers
- solid teak weather boards
- hinged companionway doors
- Samson post with custom bronze tips
- 2 custom bronze hawse pipes
- solid teak capping to top of bulwark
- custom bronze double anchor rollers
Recommended WINCHES AND HARDWARE
- Primaries 2 x #62 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches
- Staysail 1 x #48 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch
- Mainsheet 1 x #44 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch
- Halyards 2 x #40 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches
1 x #44 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch
- Outhaul 1 x #30 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch
- Reefing 1 x #30 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch
- 2 winch handles
- Lewmar Mainsheet track, and car with teak blocks giving a 4:1 purchase on the mainsheet.
- Yankee tracks are aluminum T-track with 2 genoa cars
The staysail is club footed and teak blocks and bronze cheek blocks leads the sheet aft to the cockpit
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 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). Teak gratings over the FRP shower pans are standard.
Painted white, and drains directly overboard port and starboard, via holes, and GRP clam shell covers to the boot top. Aft plywood bulkhead is painted white, and is sealed all around, but not termed as a water tight bulkhead. An access hole is cut into the bulkhead to access the chain locker from the sail locker.
Painted white throughout with a plywood removable floor plate, also painted white. The aft bulkhead is limbered to drain into the forward bilge sump. Access to the fwd head is gained via teak doors in the aft bulkhead. Large deck hatch over, with facility to lock down from the inside. Options include fully teak staved locker, with FRP panels to the overheads, teak grate to the sole, watertight bulkhead, with no access from the forward head, or with watertight door to aft bulkhead, with bilge pump discharging overboard.
Granite counter surfaces, stainless steel washbasin, bronze mixer faucet to basin separate bronze shower mixer. 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. FRP molded shower pan with teak grating. Teak louvered door to locker under the washbasin, teak framed mirrored sliding doors to lockers over the washbasin and a teak framed mirrored door to locker outboard of head. Finish to the inside of the lockers is in white Formica with teak trims. The locker outboard of the head is fitted with shelves for storage of towels etc. A teak toilet tissue holder is fitted to the inside of the locker door under the washbasin. A bronze opening port to starboard, fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, and dorade vent over the shower stall provides ventilation to the compartment. The dorade vent and port are fitted with bug screens, Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
The washbasin drains into a the shower drain system. Shower sump drains into the shower drain system, mounted under the forward berth, and discharging 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 fwd removable sole panel of the fwd 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, and teak towel rail, leads aft to the forward cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the door in an open position.
Teak staved throughout. Teak book shelf running along port side of Pullman berth. 5 (five) drawers are fitted under the berth, the fwd lower locker front hinging down to access holding tank pump. Louvered door to locker aft, alongside drawers. 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 berth to port, 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.
The hanging locker to port, is split to form stowage shelves to the forward end, with hanging space to the aft end. Locker is lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A small dressing seat is fitted under the hanging locker. 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 bronze opening ports to starboard, and two bronze opening ports to port are each fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the ports in an open position, Two stainless steel deck hatches overhead and dorade vent over the berth provide ventilation to the compartment. The ports and hatches are each 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. 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. Stowage lockers with teak louvered doors are fitted forward and aft with bookshelves between. Ample stowage is provided under the settees. A large teak veneered dining table, with solid teak removable fiddles is the focal point of the saloon. The dining table is mounted on a teak staved cabinet, with stowage locker under, and a lift up top for access from above.
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.
Two bronze opening ports one starboard, and one to port are each fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position. A large opening skylight overhead provides ventilation to the compartment. The ports and skylight are each supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. Moving aft the Navigation 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 top lifts to provide chart stowage and a nest of drawers provides stowage under the table. The main electrical panel is mounted in the aft panel, and the bilge pump control panel and the tank monitoring system are mounted in the forward panel.
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 Navigation station. One double outlet for AC power is fitted.
A bronze opening port above the navigation station, is fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position. A stainless steel deck hatch overhead and dorade vent provides ventilation to the area. The port, hatch and dorade vent are 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.
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. Granite 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 dealer / owner supplied gimbaled stove is a Force 10 three burner with broiler, and is fitted into a stainless steel lined opening.
The galley sink drains directly overboard, and a flanged seacock is accessed under the galley sink unit. The area is fitted with 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 fwd work space, and one double outlet for AC power is fitted to the aft work space.
One bronze opening port is fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position. A stainless steel deck hatch overhead and dorade vent provides ventilation to the area. The dorade vent is fitted with a bug screen, and the port and hatch are also supplied with a bug screen. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
Teak staved throughout. A full sized centre-line berth is fitted, with stowage drawers under and a hanging locker to port lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. Shelves port and starboard of the berth are of black Formica with solid teak trims. There is ample stowage to port and starboard with lockers and lift top and/or stuff bins to the shelves. A small dressing seat is fitted to starboard and a dresser with drawers under fwd. The compartment is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, two twin directional spotlights fittings over the dresser shelves to port and starboard, and two brass reading lamps to the aft bulkhead over the berth. Two double outlets for AC power are fitted at the dresser shelves to port and starboard. Access to the steering gear is via a removable panel to the aft bulkhead. One bronze opening port to starboard and one to port. One large stainless steel deck hatch overhead and two dorade vents provide ventilation to the compartment. The hatch, ports and vents 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 to starboard, with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges, mortise lock, and a brass robe hook leads forward to the private head. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin in an open position.
Granite counter surfaces, stainless steel washbasin, bronze mixer faucet to basin and a separate shower stall with bronze shower mixer. 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 overboard or to integral holding tank. General finish of the head and shower stalls are white FRP moldings and panels with teak trims. Shower stall has FRP molded shower pan with teak grating and a slated teak seat. Teak louvered door to locker under washbasin, teak framed mirrored sliding doors to lockers over the washbasin and a teak framed mirrored door to locker outboard of head which is fitted with shelves for storage of towels etc. Finish to inside of 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 bronze opening port over the head, fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position provides ventilation to the compartment. The port is supplied with a bug screen. An optional extra port can be fitted into the shower stall. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
The washbasin and shower sump drain into the shower drain system mounted in the engine compartment and discharging overboard through a flanged seacock located in the engine compartment. The shower sump operates automatically with its own circuit breaker at the DC panel. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head and the flanged seacock for the marine head is located under a removable sole panel. 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 fittings over the washbasin . A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges, mortise lock, and a brass robe hook leads to the aft stateroom. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin in an open position.
The vessel has installed integral water tanks with an approximate capacity of 180 gallons (720 litres), two integral fuel tanks, coated with approved epoxy tank coating with a total capacity of approximately 180 gallons (720 litres), and two integral holding tanks 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, an 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
- 2 submersible 12v DC electric bilge pump, with strainer and automatic float switch discharging overboard
- 1 manual bilge Pump, with Strainer, Discharging overboard
- 2 12V DC Electric Shower Sump Pumps, with Strainer Discharging Overboard
- Bronze Shower and Washbasin fittings in Bathrooms
- Bronze Fresh and Salt water Manual pump Faucets to galley sink
- Copper Tubing from Gas Locker to Stove well
Bronze Through Hull fittings with Bronze Flanged seacocks 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,
- seacocks, 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 4JH4-HTE, 100HP c/w KBW21 Gearbox
- 1 ½” Diameter Stainless Steel Propeller Shaft
- 1 Bronze 3 Bladed Propeller 22” diameter and 11” pitch
- Insulated Engine room Compartment
- 1 Primary Fuel Filter before Fuel Manifold
- 1 Engine cooling water flanged seacock with strainer
- 2 12V DC Engine Room Blower
- 2 FRP Exhaust Mufflers - 1 water lock, and 1 muffler.
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.
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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