Description

1980 Hans Christian 38 MK II

Are you ready to sail around the world or do you want a reliable boat to enjoy the Sea of Cortéz? This Hans Christian 38 MK II boat spent the last two cruising seasons in the Sea. With her Hasse-made light-air asymmetrical spinnaker, easy boarding with a swim ladder, and cockpit shades and cushions, this boat is the perfect way to enjoy the Sea’s beauty. She is also ready to sail across the Pacific, with a water maker, windvane, and almost-new heavy-duty cruising sails.

Latest Upgrades:
Autopilot new in January 2023
Victron battery Monitor new in May 2024
Bottom Paint January 2024
Deck Cetol 2024
Transmission Rebuild May 2024

Electronics:
Chart Plotter- Garmin 741XS
Autopilot- Garmin Reactor 40/GHC 50
RADAR- Garmin GMRHD
Depth Sounder Airmar DST810
Log/knot meter Airmar DST810
VHF- Standard Horizon GX2200
USB Ports #5

Sails:
Fully Battened Mainsail- Ballard Sails, 2019 in very good condition
Furling Genoa- Ballard Sails, 2019 in very good condition
Storm Jib- never used
Asymmetric Spinnaker- Port Townsend Sails 2022, barely used
Trisail- never used
Staysail- in good condition
Sail Area- 1130 sq ft total with 452 sq ft mainsail and 678 ft head sail

Rigging:
1 x 19 Stainless Steel wire- cleaned and inspected with microscope in 2024
Mast Step on Keel

Winches:
Baient 27 x 2 Self tailing 2 speed for Jib Sheets
Barient 23 Self tailing for Main Sheet
Lewmar Self Tailing 2 speed on Mast
Barient 2 speed on Mast
Other 2, 2 speed for Staysail sheets

Inside Equipment:
Oven- Force 10, 3 burner
Refrigerator/Freezer- Adler Bauer
Electric Bilge Pump- Par 36600
Manual Bilge Pump
Heating- Plannar
Fresh Water Maker- Sea Water Pro 20
Composting Head
Single Berths- 1
Double Berths- 2

Electrical Equipment:
Battery Charger Blue Sea 40 Amp
Inverter-1000 watt Kinsea
Battery Monitor- BMV-712
Solar Panels- 700 Watt Renology
Alternator Output- Bosch 90 amp
Shore Power Inlet
Shore Power Cable

Batteries:
House Bank- Renology Life PO4 x 2, 170 AH
Engine Start Battery LTH 1000CCA 12 V x 1

Outside Equipment:
Teak Cockpit
Swimming Ladder
Cockpit Shower
Outboard Engine Bracket
RADAR Reflector
Deck Boxes x 2
Bimini Top
Mainsail Cover
Spray Hood Cover
Lazy Jacks
Fender Covers
Instrument Covers
Helm Cover
Hatch Covers

Dinghy:
Avon 8’6″
Outboard motor- Yamaha 15 HP 2 stroke
Dingy Cover

Tankage:
Fuel #1 70 gallons- Steel
Fuel #2 70 gallons- Steel
Water #1 60 gallons- Stainless Steel
Water #2 50 gallons- Stainless Steel

Propulsion:
Engine- VW Pathfinder 55 HP diesel- Engine Rebuild in 2022 Hours since rebuild 686
Drive- stern drive
Propeller- 3 blade, bronze folding

Ground Tackle:
Anchor #1- Mantus 45 lbs on 300 feet 3/8″ BBB Chain
Anchor #2- CQR 45 lbs on 100 feet 3/8″ BBB Chani with 200 feet 3/4 inch rode
Anchor #3 Fortress FX23 on 100 feet 5/16″ chain and 200 fee 1/2 inch rode
Windlass- Lofrans Electric with deck switches

Safety:
Life Jackets- #4 Inflatable
Harnesses- #2
Jackline
Life Sling
RADAR Reflector
Gas Sniffer
LPG Solenoid On/Off Switch

Measurements:

Cruising Speed at 1800 RPM- 5.5 kts
Range using only the engine-425 nm
LOA 46 feet
LWL- 33 feet
Beam 12.5 feet
Draft- 6 feet
Weight 27,500 lbs
Ballast 10,300 lbs.
Cabin Head Room
Seating Capacity- 7
Max Passengers- 5

 

Buying a boat in Mexico can have some tax advantages in saving you state sales tax and the boat is already where you want to start cruising. When buying a boat in Mexico, all of the title transfer, paperwork, and funds transfers are handled in the United States by a Marine Documentation Services Company for your convenience and peace of mind.