Hans Christian 33 1986 124 000,00 $ CAD *


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124 000,00 $ CAD *

CLASSIC DESIGN WITH STURDY AND STRONG BUILD

Stunning lines. Absolutely beautiful woodwork, strong and ready to go anywhere in any weather. Newer canvas, newer Raymarine and Garmin electronics, Fresh water for the past 30 years. Diesel forced air heat throughout the boat makes for cozy spring and fall evenings.

Mostly fresh water, this beautifully crafted, rugged boat has been well maintained and nicely upgraded. 2019 marine survey available.

CALL TODAY, SHE WON'T LAST!



History of Hans Christian 33 - A very special boat

From BlueWaterBoats.org:

Designed by Harwood Ives and introduced in 1980, the Hans Christian 33 is the smallest in the family of sturdy double-enders offered by Hans Christian Yachts. Like all boats from the Hans Christian line of that era, the HC33 is a heavy displacement double-ender, solid and seaworthy. She oozes the traditional feel with extensive use of teak inside and out.

At first glance you?ll notice the springy sheerline, large bowsprit and a cutter rig that?s become a favorite among blue water aficionados. Overhangs are quite moderate making for a long LWL for her size and a good hull speed. Below the waterline is a full keel with an aggressively shaped forefoot cutaway and a large rudder that?s hung at the very aft extremity of the boat. Compared to previous Hans Christian boats, the turn of the bilge has been tightened up and the HC33 carries more shoulder in the underwater sections which has resulted in more form stability (righting effort).

She was one of the more innovative boats at her introduction with an internal layout that utilized every nook and cranny that even today has yet to be surpassed. Ives, having designed the previous 38T, 38MkII and 43 moved the interior furniture outwards closer to the hull. The galley was located below the deck and molded fiberglass tankage (both water and fuel) was located in the keel cavity for stability.

What separates the HC33 from the larger boats in the Hans Christian line is her exceptional ease of handling, we?ve heard of a 90 year old skipper who sailed from San Francisco to Turkey with only one crew in tow. Given this and the massive amounts of cruising gear the HC33 can swallow, as much as the HC38 and even the HC41, it?s believable to hear of older owners offering straight swaps of their larger Hans Christian model for the HC33.

Under sail, she?s seakindly without the tendency to bounce or bob over waves and owners report hoving-to in relatively high comfort when the going gets rough. Fully laden at over 25,000 lbs in typical cruising trim there can be no expectation for fast passages yet the HC33 can perform well, you can expect easy 125 mile days in the trades and we?ve heard of a 7 knot overall average from Mexico to San Francisco via Haiwaii. On the lighter end of the wind spectrum, when Yachting Monthly took a factory fresh model for a boat test in flat water and 5 knots of true, they reported slipping along at 3 knots managing to tack through 95 degrees of angle and making 4.4 knots on a reach with 8 knots of wind.

History

The HC33 was commissioned by Hans Christian Yachts founder John Edwards around 1979 to replace the Hans Christian 34 and her unauthorized stretched sibling, the 36. Various disagreements over the two boats, not only with designer Bob Perry (who did not receive royalties for the bootleg 36 stretch) but also the Union boatyard that owned the molds meant a new 33 would be the easiest path out of strife for Edwards.

By then, Edwards had engaged a new designer, Harwood Ives, described as creative with an uncanny eye for lines, and shared Edwards? love of traditional boats. Having designed the 38T, 38MkII, and the 43T in the direction set by Perry, the HC33 became Ives? most technical design challenge to date, resulting in many clever innovations which helped set the course for many boats in what has been described as the ?Golden Age? of Taiwanese boatbuilding. For Ives? work on the Hans Christian boats, it?s interesting to note his payment was his own HC33 from the factory.

The first boats were built at Hansa Yachts Und Shifbau, a new yard located in Taiwan with state of the art facilities. The yard itself was built by former Hans Christian employee Herbert Guttler (a German engineer noted for his genius as a boatbuilder) and his Taiwanese wife, Susan. Hansa continued construction from 1980 through to 1987, the year Hans Christian Yachts ownership passed to its new owner Geoffrey White. Shin Fa Industries, a boatyard located in Taipei, Taiwan took over production in 1988 and these boats, although good, never match the exceptional quality attained by Hansa.

In all 155 boats have been produced with the last recorded build in 2009 which shipped to a European dealer.

Buyers Notes

HC33?s in general have been built well and have stood the test of time. Signs of osmotic blistering in some boats are common but none have been structural. The boats built by Hansa up to 1987 are of higher quality. One owner who has owned both for example has noted solid fiberglass decks in the earlier build and plywood coring, more susceptible to water damage, in the later. Additionally a change was made to through-bolted chainplates over the original monolithic joint embedded in epoxy. We believe the last Hansa built hull was HIN#131.

The HC33 has retained its popularity through the years and is readily sought after. Resale value remains high and in some ways the boat has verged on cult status.

Credits

Thanks goes to Craig Beckwith for providing the extensive history of Hans Christian Yachts, its boats and its people. Craig Beckwith joined Hans Christian Yachts in 1979, was involved with overseeing construction in Taiwan, and served as VP of Sales.



First Impression

With her double ended design, full keel, canoe stern and loads of beautiful teak on deck and down below, the Hans Christian 33 is a solid, traditional design. Built to take whatever the Great Lakes or oceans of the world can throw at her.

Black Sheep is a very well kept and loved version of the Hans Christian 33. And she shows it.� Always fresh water, with lots of upgrades to bring this classic design into the 21st century. Not for everyone, but for the right sailor this boat is magnificent.

She gets lots of great complements and appreciative looks were ever she goes.



Vessel's inventory

SAILS

2 main sails

1 cruising spinnaker

2 Genoa

1 stay sail

Profurl P40-52

Running rig in good condition

Dodger,Bimini and full enclosure fair condition. Custom framing and canvas 2008

Cockpit cushions custom by Bottom Siders, great condition

Salon cushions , original, good condition

Berth mattress sponge

ELECTRONICS

Raymarine ST60 depth, speed, wind. 2013

Chart plotter GARMIN. Echo map 70/90 with updated charts for North America

VHF radio. IC-M80

Hand held radio 2019

Stereo �CMS 3000 entertainment centre. 2 speakers and CD player

Auto Helm ST 4000

�BATTERIES

2 wet cell house bank batteries. 2023

1 wet cell starter battery. 2021

�GALLEY

Nova Kool fridge with freezer. 2014

Propane stove & oven

Microwave

Hot water Force 10

Pressurized water

Foot pump for fresh water

Foot pump for raw water

Twin sinks

�HEAD

1 Jabsco manual flush head. 2013

Holding tank. 15 US gallons

Separate shower in head

�ANCHORS

2 QCR 45lbs

1 QCR 35lbs

1 Steadfast anchor

Chain 250?

Rope 250?

�TANKAGE

Water tank 90 US gallons

Fuel tank 80 US gallons

ENGINE

Yanmar diesel engine 3QM30, 2500 engine hours

The engine and oil filter have been changed every year

The alternator is about 4 yrs old and so is the starter

Spare parts :

2 zink anodes for the engine and 1 for the propeller

1 raw water impeller

Packing for stuffing box

The engine a is heat exchanger cooled system

Fuel consumption 1 gallon per hr. at 6 knots

DIESEL HEAT

Cabin forced air heater D5LC, heat ducting throughout boat

spare heating unit

Voyager Servo Pendulum Windvane self steering unit.
Has not been used in years but was working in the past

Emergency tiller

Solid fibreglass construction

Super comfortable and easy handle cruising sail boat, capable of handling any weather and sea condition.

Fenders and dock lines

50 ft 30 amp shore power cord

8 Foot inflatable Gala dinghy (4 years old) and a 9.5 mercury outboard motor



What makes this yacht so special

Jabsco manual flush head 2013

Shower in separate cubby in head

4 Anchors
2 QCR 45 LBS
1 QCR 35 LBS
1 steadfast anchor
250 feet of chain and 250 feet of rode

Pressurized water
Foot pump for fresh water
Foot pump for raw water
Twin sinks in galley
Nova Kool fridge and Freezer 2014
Propane stove and oven
Microwave
Force 10 water heater

Extra equipment: Honda generator, EU2005 2 solar 100 watt panels with material needed for installment, 1 spare �FLOWJET water pump WATERDROP under sink water filtration system, still in box. Spare diesel cabin heater.

Safety equipment: �set of required flares on board Man overboard pole, 3 boat hooks, 4 fire extinguishers,� 6 life jackets,� 2 life rings, Floating cockpit cushions.

Lines and fenders:� 2 bow, 2 stern, 2 mid ship, 6 fenders

Steel folding winter storage cradle

Fresh water for 30 of her 37 years.



Outboard engine an dinghy (included with this great package)

The dinghy is an 8? Gala A270 about 4 years old with a 9.5 Mercury.

Age of Mercury is not known but engine is in good shape.



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