Mark Cameron Yachts

Hans Christian 41T

£130,000

Classic blue water cruiser. Fantastic interior


Overview

Available

Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelHans Christian 41T
NameFOREVER
DesignerScott Sprague
Year1986
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£130,000
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom
Reference2299775

Specifications

LOA15.54m
LWL11.23m
Beam4.04m
Draft1.88m
Displacement16103kg
Hull ConstructionGRP hull with encapsulated keel
Keel TypeLong Keel

Propulsion

EngineYanmar 4JH2-THE marine diesel engine (1996) 50.7kw @ 3,400RPM 4 cylinder, turbocharger, indirectly cooled Mechanical reversing marine gearbox Twin lever controls mounted on pedestal
Engine Hours4945
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity350l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity760l

Description

Built in Taiwan the Hans Christian 41T is a traditional built heavyweight offshore cruiser. Finished with acres of high quality teak joinery work above and below decks. The designs have proven immensely capable offshore cruisers with many examples having circumnavigated the globe.
The Hans Christian 41T FOREVER has Molokai below decks layout with a master cabin and en-suite heads forward, spacious open plan saloon and double aft cabin to port aft. She benefits from extensive upgrading and modernisation of her systems in the current owner with her inventory highlights including:

Topsides finished in a two-pack white paint (2015)

Yanmar 4JH2-THE marine diesel engine (1996)
Twin Racor fuel filters and Algae-x filtration system
New cutlass bearings fitted 2014
Rope cutter (2015)
Sidepower SE100 bow thruster (2014)
Raymarine autopilot, S3G course computer, ST6001 control head and linear drive unit
Domestic and Thruster / Windlass Batteries replaced in 2021
Balmar alternator rebuilt 2019
3 Solar panels
Axiom 7 plotter/radar display with mast-mounted 2kw digital scanner (2017)
Raymarine ST60 navigation instruments
Icom IC-M323G DSCVHF
Icom IC-M710 SSB Radio
Iridium GO satellite WIFI hotspot
Cobra HH350 floating Handheld VHF x2
Force 10 gas galley range, 3 burner and oven. Gimbal mounted.
Fridge – compressor and chiller plate new 2015
Freezer – compressor and chiller plate new 2015
Eberspacher diesel fired blown air system (2009)
Seago 240SL inflatable dinghy
Outboard – Mariner 2.5hp, 4-stroke (2019)


Lying afloat and incommission on her mooring in Ardfern the Hans Christian 41T FOREVER is available for viewing by appointment.

MANUFACTURER HISTORY:
Hans Christian Yachts has forged a name for itself starting in the early 1970s using quality Taiwanese boatyards; its founder, John Edwards has always had an eye for spying talent. Notable boats include the Bob Perry designed and much copied 34T, Harwood Ives' space efficient 33T, and of course the classic 38T and its MkII sequel.
By late 1984, the company played with the idea of a new boat with focus on interior and a hull form that would bring it up to date with the latest design thinking. The result was the Hans Christian 41 Traditional, which at its introduction in 1985 gave the company an offering that slotted between their two 38 models and the 43.
The design came from Scott Sprague with a lot of input from Edwards. Sprague at the time had become Hans Christian's chief designer after the departure of Harwood Ives who had penned many of the prior boats.
The first boats were built in Taiwan by South Coast Ship Building Yard until Hans Christian Yachts relocated to Thailand in 1990 to stay competitive. In Thailand the progression of builders went from Dutch East Indies Trading Co (founded by Edwards), Andersen Yachts, and eventually Pantawee Marine who currently builds all of the boats from the Hans Christian line.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

Heavyweight, hand consolidated GRP laminate
GRP formed internal structural members
Plywood bulkheads, finished in teak cladding
Encapsulated fin and skeg configuration below the waterline
Moulded simulated planking finish to topsides
Teak rubbing strakes and top planks
Topsides finished in a two-pack white paint (2015)
Below water line finished in black antifouling, applied August 2021
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Heavyweight, hand consolidated GRP laminate
Incorportating coachroof superstructure and self-draining cockpit
Moulded bulwark outboard of side deck
Teak capping rail
Teak eyebrow running around coachroof sides
Teak cladding to finish cockpit
Keel & Rudder:
Encapsulated long fin keel
Skeg hung rudder

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Yanmar 4JH2-THE marine diesel engine (1996)
50.7kw @ 3,400RPM
4 cylinder, turbocharger, indirectly cooled
Mechanical reversing marine gearbox
Twin lever controls mounted on pedestal
Dash panel with Gauges for RPM, Water temp, Oil Pressure, Voltmeter and engine hour counter
Twin Racor fuel filters
Algae-x filtration system
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine last serviced August 2021
Engine hours at September 2021 – 4945hrs
Diesel injection pump serviced and re-calibrated 2015
Cruising speed under engine 6kts
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel prop shaft
3 blade bronze fixed prop
New sterngland fitted 2014
New cutlass bearings fitted 2014 to P-bracket and sterntube
Rope cutter (2015)
Bronze steering pedestal
Stainless steel steering wheel with hardwood rim
Bow Thruster:
Sidepower SE100 bow thruster (2014)
Joystick control mounted in cockpit coaming side at helm
Autopilot:
Raymarine ST6001 control head
Raymarine linear quadrant drive
Raymarine S3G course computer

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system
110VAC system
Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Ring main
110VAC System:
230VAC-110VAC transformer
Water heater
Battery Banks:
Engine Battery – 1x 12VDC, 110Ah, lead acid
Domestic Battery – 1x 12VDC, 180Ah, lead acid (2021), 1x 12VDC, 230Ah, lead acid (2021),
Thruster / Windlass Battery – 1x 12VDC, 180Ah, lead acid (2021)
Alternator:
Single engine driven Balmar alternator.
Rebuilt 2019
12VDC output
Battery Charger:
CTEK MX5 portable charger
230VAC – 12VDC
Wind Generator:
Rutland 914i – Not currently operational. Fault unknown
Mounted on pole on starboard aft quarter
Marlec charge regulator
Solar Panel:
100w Panels x3
Electronic charge controller/regulator
Battery Monitor:
Xantrex Link 10
General:
12VDC auxiliary charging sockets
Air circulating fans in cabins, galley, nav station and saloon

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold water system
Mixer tap in galley
Mixer taps in both heads
Dedicated shower fitting in shower stall in forward heads
Manually pumped faucet at galley sink
Salt Water:
Manually pump faucet at galley sink
Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump – Manual and auto switching
Bilge Alarm – Audiable alarm
Watermaker:
System aboard with spares. Never used in current ownership

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Twin diesel tanks
Approximate capacity 350ltrs
Both tanks emptied and cleaned 2017/18
Fresh Water:
Single freshwater tank.
Approximate capacity 760ltrs
Holding Tank:
3 Independent tanks
Additional Storage Cans:
8 cans in total holding Diesel and Fresh Water

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth – Raymarine ST60
Speed – Raymarine ST60
Wind – Raymarine ST60
Repeater – B&G Network NAV display
Plotter/Radar – Axiom 7 display with mast-mounted 2kw digital scanner (2017)
Below Decks:
Repeater – Raymarine ST60 Multi display
GPS#1 – Furuno GPS Navigator
Plotter – Simrad RA30 – Not operational
Communications Equipment:
DSCVHF – Icom IC-M323G – Internal GPS
SSB Radio – Icom IC-M710
WIFI – Iridium GO satellite WIFI hotspot
Navtex – NASA Target Navtex Pro – NON OPERATIONAL
Handheld VHF – Cobra HH350 floating radio x2

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Galley stove – Force 10 gas galley range, 3 burner and oven. Gimbal mounted.
Fridge – Built in under galley worktop, top and front loading (compressor and chiller plate new 2015)
Freezer – Built in top loading (compressor and chiller plate new 2015)
Double stainless steel sink
Mixer tap
Manually pump fresh and salt water taps
Heads:
Raritan manual marine toilets x2
Wash hand basins x2
Shower stall with dedicated mixer shower fitting
Heating:
Eberspacher diesel fired blown air system (2009)
Outlets in cabins, saloon and heads.
Thermostatic, programable cabin controller
Lighting:
Overhead lighting throughout interior
Bulkhead mounted reading lights over cabin bunks
Low level red courtesy lighting throughout interior
Entertainment:
Sony Radio head unit with DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Master double cabin forward with en-suit heads and shower
Saloon
Galley
Nav station
Heads
Double aft cabin
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
Traditional style joinery work below decks.
Furniture units constructed of solid teak joinery work
Bulkheads clad in teak planking
Teak and koto sole boards
Marble countertops in heads
Tiled shower stall
Headlinings of hardwood cladding finished in an off-white paint
Forward Heads:
En-suite to master cabin
Aft facing manual marine toilet mounted within seating unit forward, can be concealed under fold down top.
Marble counter top aft to starboard with inset wash hand basin and mixer tap
Vanity lockers above and below countertop
Dedicated shower stall opposite to port
Storage lockers outboard of toilet unit forward with access to chain locker forward
Master Cabin:
Located forward and accessed from saloon with en-suite heads and shower
Double longitudinal berth to port
Storage drawers beneath bunk with bookshelf outboard above bunk level
Storage unit to starboard with countertop above with book storage dividers
Large hanging space within locker, shelf outboard
Saloon:
Bench settee to starboard with lockers above outboard.
Settee converting to large single berth with leeboard.
Bin storage lockers beneath.
U-shaped wrap around settee to port with fixed saloon table on bronze pedestal mount.
Lockers outboard of settee forward and aft with bookshelf between.
Storage lockers beneath settee bases
Large opening skylight above saloon table
Galley:
Divided from saloon by half height bulkhead with support posts.
Built in storage shelves from support posts outboard to port
Wrap around U-shaped galley.
Double stainless steel sink inboard forward, chopping board infill to fit over sinks
Worktop running outboard from sinks
Top loading freezer below outboard section of forward worktop
Gimbal mounted Force 10 galley range outboard
Worktop running athwartships across aft end of galley
Built in fridge below aft section of worktop with top and front opening access.
Range of lockers outboard and below worktop.
Nav Station:
Opposite galley to starboard.
Linear outboard facing chart table
Navigation and communication instruments mounted outboard of chart table forward.
Switch panel mounted outboard of chart table aft.
Chart storage within tabletop
Bosuns drawer and locker beneath table forward
Dedicated swivelling navigators seat.
Aft Cabin:
Located to port of the companionway
Double cabin with berth extending aft.
Standing room forward of bunk with single seat outboard
Hanging locker outboard of seat.
Aft Heads:
To starboard of companionway
Manual marine toilet mounted, forward facing at aft end inboard
Marble countertop running length of compartment outboard with inset wash hand basin.
Vanity lockers above and below countertop.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Deck stepped, single spreader, masthead, cutter rigged sloop.
Stainless steel standing rigging with chromed bronze rigging screws
Profurl roller reefing system on forestay for genoa
Profurl roller reefing system on cutter stay for staysail
Slab reefing mainsail
Harken self-tacking track and car system for staysail
Harken mainsheet system with track mounted forward of sprayhood
Genoa track and cars mounted on caprail outboard
All lines handled at mast
Winches:
Primary Winches – 2x Barient 28+, two-speed, self tailing.
Mainsheet Winch – 1x Barient 27, two-speed, self-tailing
Staysail Winch – 1x Barient 17, single-speed, self-tailing
Mast Winches – 1x Barient 24, two-speed, self-tailing. 1x Barient 22, two-speed, self-tailing. 1x Barient 17, single-speed, self-tailing
Sails:
Mainsail – White dacron, slab reefing
Genoa - White dacron with green UV strip, roller reefing
Staysail – White dacron with green UV strip, roller reefing
Spinnaker – with snuffer
Canvas Work:
Mainsail cover – stackpack type cover with lazyjacks
Sprayhood
Cockpit tent
Over boom sun awning
Fitted cushions for cockpit
Deck storage box cover
Windlass cover
Granny bar covers, port and starboard
Deck hatch cover
Companionway hatch garage cover
Liferaft cover
Tender Outboard Cover
Grabrail covers
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – KOBRA plough anchor on chain rode.
Anchor Windlass – Electric windlass with plug in remote control
Kedge Anchor – Bruce anchor
Fenders – Selection aboard
Mooring warps – Selection aboard
Fender board
Tender:
Seago 240SL inflatable dinghy
Outboard – Mariner 2.5hp, 4-stroke (2019)
General:
Bowsprit forward with Stainless steel pulpit running around, teak treads to walk forward on.
Bulwark mounted, large diameter stainless steel stanchions supporting double tier stainless steel guardwires
Guardwire gates port and starboard
Hardwood samson posts forward for mooring and also securing bow spirit to deck.
Bronze Panama fairleads through bulwarks with built in cleats, forward, amidhsips and aft
Deck storage box at aft end of foredeck.
Dorade ventilators at forward end of coachroof with stainless steel hoops to protect from sheets, removable bronze cowlings
Bronze framed deck hatches forward
Self-tacking track for staysail immediately forward of mast
Hardwood grabrails running the length of the coachroof outboard, port and starboard
Stainless steel ‘granny bars’ to port and starboard sides of mast with hardwood storage boxes built in.
Large teak skylight/deck hatch immediately aft of mast
Liferaft cradle aft of skylight to starboard
Bronze horse spanning coachroof forward of sprayhood with mainsheet track mounted on top
Bronze and teak boom crutch
Sprayhood on stainless steel frame with full cockpit tent, side panels roll up to create bimini
Teak topped coamings clad in teak planking.
Primary winches mounted outboard of coamings.
Wrap around seating with elevated seat for helmsman
Bronze pedestal with bronze grab rail and magnetic compass mounted on top
Folding cockpit table secured to pedestal
Teak sole grating
Large locker beneath starboard cockpit seating
Folding teak boarding ladder with bronze fittings to secure on port or starboard sides

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Masthead Tri-colour
Masthead anchor light
Mast mounted steaming light
Spreader mounted deck floodlights – Not operational
Low level navigation lights
Life saving:
EPIRB – ACR Global FIX i PRO. 406MHz, GPS. Battery replaced 2021
Personal Locator Beacon x2 – New batteries fitted 2021

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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