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Used Boat, Classic Sailing Yacht, Cruising Yacht, Keelboat

Hans Christian 43T

15,000 EUR reduction - if boat is sold before AUG 31st, 2022

  • EUR 155.000,-
  • 1985Year Built
  • good conditionCondition
  • 12.98 m x 4.30 mLength x Beam
  • 1.80 mDraught
  • 16'000 kgDisplacement
  • A - OceanCE Design Category
  • GRPMaterial
  • Wheel controlSteering
  • Long keelKeel Type
  • 8 PersonsCertified No. of Persons
  • 210 cmHeadroom
  • BetamarineEngine
  • 1 x 60 HP / 44 kWEngine Performance
  • DieselFuel Type
  • 1'800 hEngine Hours
  • Battened MainsailMainsail
  • self-tacking jibJib
  • Roller FurlingGenoa

Location

Portugal » Lisbon


Comments

SUMMARY about 2020-2022

The boat has been completely overhauled over the past year 2021 with four major campaigns.
The work done in Jan 2021 and July 2021 where the major ones.
These two were done by a German chartered maritime engineer that did the boat delivery in Oct 2020.
He flew in and did ALL that was neeeded from electronics, to mechanics, to fitting new fridge, new toilet, faucets, battery bank, redone all wiring (up the mast, to the switch board, all new battery bank).
All supplies where ordered from SVB and came timely during the pandemic times.

Jan 2021 (after arriving in Lisbon)

All electronic instruments were replaced.
VHF with DSC and AIS from B&G V60 with a portable handheld for outside (2021)
Separate AIS transponder CAMINO (2021)
B&G - TRITON with DST-800
B&G 7R, tridata and plotter at nav station (2021)
New transducers for all sensors (wind, sounder, speed).

Raymarine (Element 7) plotter at binnacle in the cockpit.
B&G hydraulic autopilot Ram T2 12V (2021)
EPIRB ACR EPIRB GlobalFIX V4 (2021)
Navtex Weather Infobox WIB2D (2021)


2 Victron BlueSmart Chargers 12V (one for each bank engine and services): 30A and 100A
VICTRON - PHOENIX 12/250 inverter
New antennas (GPS, VHF)


Mar 2021
All 4 sails new 2021: main (full batten), genoa, staysail and spinaker.
From one the best sailmakers in Portugal using Rutgerson fittings and high quality heavy duty offshore grade white sail cloth.
Sunbrella forest green lazzy bags and covers, for all chest boxes on deck and rudder wheel (see pics).
All hallyards were replaced with LIROS-CLASSIC (Toplicht, Hamburg).
Several Davey and Spartan bronze fittings mounted on deck (ordered via Toplicht, Hamburg)
New Liferaft - Plastimo Ocean 4 persons.
New Flares (2021).

July 2021
new battery bank 3 x 150 Ah (VARTA) for services and a new starter battery with 96 Ah (Exide)
new fridge ColdMachine CU-95
new engine alternator (over-specified)
new STERLING - Advanced alternator regulator
new galvanic isolator
ALL wiring in the engine room changed to tinted wiring of the right engineering gauge, scrapping the existing aged and disparate wiring.
ALL wiring from batery banks to engine and also to switchboard changed to proper tinted wiring from the right gauge.
(the list lengths and types of wiring orders, plus respective cost incurred with SVB, can be shown).
All circuits are now triped by the right amp switches, bus bars etc.
New mattresses in all cabins.
New spreader lights.
All nav lights replaced by LED lights.
WEMA level gauges (2 diesel tanks)
All interior light bulbs switched to LED lights.

Jan 2022
Complete removal of the 2021 anti-fouling and the older layers underneath, inspecting for osmosis (first treatment found on record done in 2011), sealing hull with 6 layers of International two-component Gelshield and applying new premium anti-fouling (Seajet Shogun 300) to hull and the corresponding Seajet paint on the 3 fix-blade bronze propeller.

Jun 2022
Re-caulking of the lower deck (with still good and very thick teak planks), with new Sika all over, new wood bungs and a nicely finish after calking with fine grit sanding (pics coming up). The upper deck is being completely renewed with Burmese legal teak (deadline end of July). The boat will be professionally varnished in the areas and features that Hans Christians normally get varnish (August).

Plans end of 2022
There is a new Betamarine 60 HP ordered (and 50% pre-paid) to be installed next October to make the boat absolutely trouble-free. It is a like-for-like replacement to be done by the local dealer. IF a prospective NEW OWNER does not want the engine replacement the asking price will be reduced by 15k.

Nevertheless the boat will be used in August without the varnish job or engine replacement.


Observations
The boat has a telstar keel, turns in close-quarters much better than my first HC43 (2006-2018) that had the MK1 full keel.
Two owners before me, in 2011, there was an anti-osmosis treatment done still in the US. Currently the boat is in very good condition (no blisters and low moisture at normal levels).
A previous owner painted the white gelcoat areas of the deck (super-structure) with white paint. From 1-2 m distance one is not able to tell that it has been painted and is not the original gelcoat.
Engine is a BETAMARINE 60 HP, working very well with less than 1,800 h, with a fixed 3 blade propeller.
The boat has no Radar and no Bowthruster.
The dinghy is a 3,2m inflatable with rigid bottom (in very good condition) with a 5 HP Suzuki outboard (serviced).


Equipment

  • Main socket
  • Generator
  • Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Inverter
  • Alarm system
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Gas Detector
  • Anchor
  • Bow Anchor Capstan
  • Bilge pump
  • Liferaft
  • Navigation Lights
  • Stern Thruster
  • Water Pressure System
  • Warm water system
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Self-Steering Gear
  • Autopilot
  • VHF/DSC Radio
  • Radar reflector
  • Chartplotter
  • Wind Instrument
  • Depth Instrument
  • Speed Instrument
  • AIS
  • EPIRB
  • MOB system
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Gas Stove
  • Swim Ladder
  • Heater
  • Radio
  • Teak Deck
  • Teak Cockpit
  • Underwater Paint

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