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1985 Hans Christian 43' Grace

$ 119,000

Grace is a 1985 Hans Christian 43' 43 listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Darren Sell. Darren can be reached at 1-561-351-7333 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Hans Christian Yachts and similar boats. With over 200 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.

The Hans Christian was first introduced in 1985. The name Hans Christian conjures up associations with boats that are heavy, sometimes slow, but always sea-kindly; boats that are laden with teak and luxury interiors wrapped into the form of a traditionally styled of a canoe-stern double ender, big bowsprits, high bulwarks, butterfly hatches, husky bronze fittings and a king of character that speaks of seaworthiness that has its roots in American popularity.


  • Price USD:$ 119,000
  • Builder:

    Hans Christian

  • Model:


  • Year:


  • Location:

    Jacksonville, Florida, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 42 ft 6 in
  • Display Length: 43 ft
  • Beam: 13' 10"
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 180 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 175 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar 4JH4-54
  • Engine 1: 2008 526.00 HRS 54.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Large offset double berth in the owner’s stateroom forward, which also includes an upholstered seat, chest of drawers, and hanging locker. There is shelf space, two opening ports, an opening hatch, and a 110V outlet. Storage under berth as well.
  • A head (New 2010) with a separate shower stall (New fixtures 2010) is located just aft of forward stateroom to port (marble countertop) with another hanging locker to starboard across from the head.
  • The main salon is very roomy with comfortable settees, port and starboard, that will seat 10 around a large dinning table with fold-down leaf. The dinning table can be raised allowing a double berth to be pulled out on the starboard settee and still allow passage through the salon.
  • There is a large ‘butterfly’ hatch that opens on port and starboard and provides tremendous light and ventilation below.
  • The galley is located aft of the main salon to port and has extensive storage with double SS deep sinks, hot and cold pressure water (New water heater in 2010), hand pumps, brass fixtures, marble countertops, refrigeration (New in 2010) New Controls in 2016, microwave in separate raised space, 3-burner propane stove and oven (New in 2007) with propane solenoid in galley, and overhead wine glass rack. Two propane tanks (New 2010) are specially fitted into forward deck locker (New plumbing, lines and fixtures in 2010).
  • The navigation station is opposite the galley to starboard and features a navigation desk that is 5 feet long with significant storage under the desktop and in lockers below the desk. In addition to the AC/DC panel, there is a Garmin 128 GPS (not serviceable), a Hornet 4 Sailing Monitor and a Hector Depth Monitor (both by B&G), and an ICOM M602 VHF radio (New 2004) that can be linked to the GPS for DSC calling, lat/lon readout on screen, etc. There is a 110V outline and a cigarette charger port as well as a ships clock and barometer.
  • There are two separate aft cabins that are fully enclosed. The port cabin has a large double berth, 3 opening ports, lights, a hanging locker, an upholstered seat and storage. The starboard berth is somewhat smaller but can still accommodate 2 people. It has a hanging locker and storage as well as 2 opening ports and lighting.
  • The engine is located beneath the galley and port settee with excellent access.
  • The wood joiner work below decks is magnificent.
  • The main salon is very roomy with comfortable settees, port and starboard, that will seat 10 around a large dinning table with fold-down leaf. The dinning table can be raised allowing a double berth to be pulled out on the starboard settee and still allow passage through the salon.
  • Large ‘butterfly’ hatch that opens on port and starboard and provides tremendous light and ventilation below.
  • Double SS Sinks
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • New Water Heater - 2010
  • Hand pumps as well (New brass hand pump for hot water in 2014)
  • Refrigerator (New Seafrost system in 2009) – fully serviced in 2014
  • Extensive storage
  • 3 burner Princess propane stove and oven (New 2009)
  • (2) 10 lb. tanks custom mounted in forward deck locker (New 2004)
  • Microwave in overhead built-in cabinet
  • Extensive Storage
  • Large offset double berth
  • Upholstered seat, chest of drawers, and hanging locker
  • Shelf Space/Storage
  • Two opening ports
  • Opening Hatch
  • 110V Outlet
  • Two separate Aft cabins fully enclosed
  • Port Cabin has large double berth – 3 Opening ports/Lights/Storage and Hanging Locker/Upholstered Seating
  • Starboard Cabin-Single berth but can accommodate 2 people/Hanging and Storage Locker/2 Opening Ports and Lighting
  • White hull with green cove and boot stripes
  • Modified full keel
  • Green Sunbrella sail cover (serviceable) and Dodger (New dodger in 2011)
  • Teak steering wheel at a bronze pinnacle which includes a lighted Ritchie Compass
  • Custom cockpit cushions
  • Plastimo Life Raft (out-of-date)
  • Four teak deck boxes
  • All bronze deck hardware
  • All bronze port lights
  • Boom gallows forward of the cockpit
  • Harken traveler forward of the cockpit
  • Four stainless steel dorade vents
  • Handhold support braces with belaying pins at each side of mast
  • Double stainless steel lifelines with port and starboard gates
  • Two plow anchors 35# and 55# with all chain rode
  • A large kedge anchor (stored below deck)
  • Double anchor roller on bow pulpit
  • Lofrans’ electric windlass (overhauled 2007)
  • Sampson post in bow
  • Bow deck wash down
  • Raymarine 24K Radar Antenna mounted on mast (New 2006)
  • Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS Sensor mounted in stern (New 2011)
  • Raymarine E-120 Multi-Function Display mounted at helm (New 2016)
  • Raymarine E-80 Multi-Function Display mounted at Nav Station (New 2016)
  • Raymarine Depth/Speed/Distance/Temp unit mounted over companionway (New 2007)
  • Raymarine ST-60 AutoPilot (New 2016)
  • Tri-Lens Radar Reflector mounted on mast (New 2004)
  • ICOM M802 VHF radio at Nav Station, integrated with GPS (New 2004)
  • Nav lights on deck and tricolor on masthead along with anchor light and steaming light (anchor light) and new tricolor on masthead with LEDs New in 2015)
  • LED Spreader lights, port and starboard (New 2015)
  • Icom second Mic setup at the Helm (New 2016)
  • Hector Depth Monitor by B&G mounted at Nav Station
  • Garmin 128 12 channel GPS mounted at Nav Station (not serviceable)
  • B&G depth, speed/log mounted in cockpit over companionway
  • Fusion Bluetooth Stereo with speakers in main salon
  • Three 8D AGM house batteries with 600 Amps total (New 2016)
  • Group 27 AGM starter battery (New 2016)
  • 80 Amp Alternator (New 2008)
  • Starter (New 2008)
  • Xantrex 3500 Inverter/Charger (New 2016)
  • 75W Solar Panel integrated with Charger (New 2010)
  • 30 Amp AC Shore Power connection port and 50’ shore power cable
  • AC power outlets in galley, head, Nav station, main salon, and forward and aft cabins (with GFI units port and starboard)
  • AC/DC panel at Nav station
  • CO2 Warning system
  • Upgrade of electrical wiring systems in 2008
  • Yanmar 54 HP diesel with 526 hours (New 2009)
  • New transmission in 2008
  • 16” 3-blade prop (New 2016)
  • Cutter rigged: ≈1,100+ sq. ft. sail area
  • New running rigging in 2004
  • Chainplates removed, reworked, and rebedded in 2004
  • New Mainsail 2011 (408.75 sq. ft. – 4 full battens – 9 oz. Dacron – ACE Sail makers, East Lyme)
  • New Lazy Jacks 2011
  • Strong® Sail Track System installed 2011 with New Mainsail
  • Yankee (140 cruising genoa made of CXP7 material) 588 sq. ft. (New 2008 – made by UK Halsey)
  • Sailmakers, Mystic, (CT USA) on bow sprit with Pro Furl 42
  • Boomed self-tacking jib
  • 2 spinnaker sails (good condition, one in spinnaker sock)
  • Spinnaker pole on mast with reaching strut
  • (2) Barient 32 self-tailing primary cockpit winches (serviced/rebuilt 2008)
  • (2) Barient 27 self-tailing in cockpit port and starboard of companionway
  • (2) Barient winches on mast
  • Par MAX III Electric Water Heater (New 2008)
  • 20 gallon plastic holding tank (New 2005)
  • High water alarm system (installed but not operating)
  • Forward fresh water tank (plastic) New in 2005
  • Raritan Head (New 2010)
  • Upgrade of all hose systems in 2003-04
  • Shower stall hardware New in 2010

*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.


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