The HC 33 is a classic cutter that's a very capable offshore boat; with a full keel, high ballast-to-weight ratio, deep cockpit and an oversized rudder placed far aft, she's safe and sea kindly under power or sail. She also has a comfortable, well laid out interior that's feels much larger than her size would suggest and is finished in lovely teak to Hans Christian's exacting standards.
The HC 33 is appropriate for anyone looking for a cruiser or a boat that will handle San Francisco Bay's worst conditions with aplomb.t's an outstanding design and a proven yacht that can comfortably cross oceans.
For additional information and showing of this quality yacht please contact listing agent Bill Adams. I am always available on my mobile phone at 415-425-5099 or send an e-mail: email@example.com
Forward is the head, sink with marble counter top, vanity and tiled stall shower with teak privacy door. Just aft on port is a pullman berth (6'7" x 72") Opposite is a huge double door hanging locker.
Just aft is the chart table and navigation station with master panel and stowage. followed by a single settee. Opposite is an L-shaped fixed dinette just forward of the galley. Both the port and starboard settees have enough room for sleeping.
All the way aft on port is an L-shaped galley. Opposite the galley is a private double berth cabin with hanging locker and storage.
The galley features double stainless steel sinks set in the marble island counter, 12 gallon water heater, hot & cold pressure water, manual fresh and salt water pumps, Three burner Shipmate kerosene stove and oven Top and Front load icebox.
Full keel with cut-away forefoot, one piece fiberglass hull hand laid up with 24 layers of mat and roving, solid cast iron ballast sealed in fiberglass and molded with hull (no keel bolts), hull is the standard Hans Christian off white. Teak decks over cored fiberglass, teak cockpit deck with teak planked cockpit floors in self-bailing cockpit. Teak trim detailing, all well finished, teak handrails on trunk, at companionway entry, and below decks, teak hatch with translucent panel forward, teak butterfly hatch amidships with translucent panels, 10 opening bronze ports plus six dorade vents.
Two 35lb CQR anchors with ample chain and line rode, manual windlass.
Custom stainless steel davits on stern with 8' Fatty Knees sailing dinghy.
Repowered in 1997 with Yanmar 3JH2 38 hp fresh water cooled diesel engine, very low time on engine, engine has full instrumentation and Racor fuel filter.
370 total hours on this engine!
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