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Sazerac43' Hans Christian 43T MKII Telstar 1985

$ 130,000

SAZERAC has only had three owners and has been completely refitted. She features the preferred Telstar keel option which has a cutaway forefoot and a skeg hung rudder. This underbody configuration provides much improved speed, safety and maneuverability than the traditional model. SAZERAC is the best condition HC43 with low engine hours, multiple custom upgrades including all SS and Aluminum tanks, all with inspection ports. Boat also features a very unique but much desired 3 stateroom layout and a pullman master berth (very unique for a 43 traditional) with green Italian marble in salon and galley. Lots of bronze and brass in great gleaming condition. Boat has been continuously upgraded with custom stainless railing, custom LED brass lamps and all wood and mechanical systems kept in top shape throughout its life. If you want to start enjoying cruising tomorrow then SAZERAC is the perfect boat for you.

1985 Hans Christian 43T Mk II Cutter Features:

  • Major Refit 2012/2013, constant upgrading over the yrs
  • Telstar Underbody
  • Harmony Layout, 3 Cabin / 1 head with the preferred pullman berth aft of the head
  • Engine installed in 2012, 1560 hrs
  • (2) Air Conditioning units installed in 2016
  • Head and plumbing replaced in 2016
  • In Line Generator
  • Refrigerator & Freezer
  • Recent Electronics
  • Stack Pack 2018
  • Exterior Teak, Cetol in 2020
  • Awlgrip Green Jade Hull
  • Custom S/S Solid Handrail 2018
  • Custom Teak Deck Boxes
  • All Self Tailing Winches
  • Electric Windlass
  • Blisters repaired 6/2021
  • Bottom painted 6/2021
  • Cabin top teak removed, deck fiberglassed and painted 6/2021

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Murray Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


  • Price USD:$ 130,000
  • Builder:

    Hans Christian

  • Model:

    43T MKII Telstar

  • Year:


  • Location:

    New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 51 ft in
  • Display Length: 43 ft
  • Beam: 13'
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 120 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 100 gals
  • Engine Details: Nani 4.60
  • Engine 1: 2012 60.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel


The entire vessel is finished with hand-laid teak and custom bronze, reflecting the finest quality and workmanship. The cabin sole is all teak and holly. There are three private staterooms, one head with tiled ensuite shower. Forward there is a full sized extended custom pullman berth with custom mattress and shelving forward, 12 large drawers underneath and a full sized, large hanging locker and a marble vanity with Moen sink to starboard. An overhead hatch forward and two overhead hatches aft, plus 5 dorade vents and 14 bronze opening ports, all screened, provide ample ventilation. The head is forward, just aft of a large sail locker and chain well and includes 6 stowage lockers, two large teak hanging lockers and tiled ensuite shower. The main salon is elegantly appointed with a beveled mirror, green italian marble table, grey ultra-suede cushions, four large lockers to port and two large book cases and one shelved locker to starboard. There are brass lanterns through out. A spacious and efficient galley with marble countertops is located to the port side aft of the dinette which easily seats six adults. A comfortable and efficient nav station is to starboard with its own cushioned seat and seat back. The aft cabin to port is a double berth with a seat, 4 ports, hanging locker, bookcase outboard above the berth and stowage below the berth. The aft cabin to port is a single berth with 3 ports, hanging locker, bookcase outboard above the berth, and stowage below the berth. Two opening ports and an overhead hatch provide excellent ventilation. To starboard is the aft head with a marble vanity, an opening port, overhead hatch, Moen Brass faucet and storage below. There is an abundance of accessible storage and lots of living space aboard with all water tanks located below the cabin sole. 

Air Conditioning: (2) CruiseAir Reverse Cycle Units, with digital controls (2017), Prime Time self priming water pump

Sensor: Carbon Monoxide & Smoke/Fire Detectors (2013)

Lighting: Courtesy and LED overhead red lighting throughout (2012), Custom LED Lanterns & (3) Vermont Lanterns

Fans: (7) 12v Fans (2012)

Ventilation: Custom Omni Directions Windscoop, Front Hatch (2013)

Ventilation: 15 Opening Portholes, 5 Stainless Dorade Vents & three hatches 

Lee Boards: Fwd Cabin berth


Stove/Oven: Force10 Gourmet Galley Range, oven with broiler (2012)

Propane System: 3 x 20 lb fiberglass propane bottles, automatic switch valve, solenoid, hoses (2012)

Refrigerator/Freezer: Frigoboat Keel Cooled Fridge/Freezer with Danfoss K50F compressor and Coastal MK II Digital Smart Thermostat / Controller (2012)

Custom Insulation: Aerogell insulation added to fridge/freezer (2012)

Counter Top: Italian green marble 

Sinks: Deep double stainless steel with Macerator pump

Foot Pump: Sea water

Faucet: Stainless Moen faucet with hand soap dispenser and hand sprayer (2013)

Custom Cabinetry: Overhead cabinets aft and to port

Custom Plumbing: Added shutoff valves for hot/cold water at the kitchen sink (2013)

Water Filter System: Seagull IV X-1 & Hoses (2013)


Inverter/Charger: Magnum ProSine 2000 Inverter Charger (2012) 

Battery Display: Advanced Battery Bank Monitor and Remote Display Kits (2012)

House Batteries: 800 Amp Hour House Bank, 4 x Lifeline Group 16L AGM 

Starter Battery: 100 Amp Hour Lifeline Group 27 AGM (replaced in 2020) with smart isolation/combiner switch

Generator: Nanni engine driven in-line 300 amp generator (2012) 

Alternator: Balmar 100 amp (2012)

Shore Power Service: (2) 30 amp (2012)

Shore Power Cords: (2) 50’ & (2) 30’ 

Galvanic isolator: Added (2013)

Cable/Phone Inlet: Yes

LED Tricolor: Masthead Orca with strobe, built-in photovoltaic sensor for auto on (2012)

Spreader Lights: Added & Wiring (2012)

DC Outlets: Added 2 on deck & 2 at Nav station (2013)


Autopilot: Autohelm 6002, handheld remote, and Simrad HLD 2000 Linear Hydraulic Drive (2012)

Speed & Depth: Raymarine ST 60 (2013)

Wind: Raymarine ST60 (2013) 

SSB: ICOM M-710 HF/SSB with SG-230 Smarttuner and KISS ground coil (2012)

VHF: ICOM M-80 VHF (new wiring/antenna) (2012)

Auto tuner for SSB: (2013)

Radar: Foruno 721 

Radar reflector: Yes

Compass: Ritchie Globemaster 6” / Bronze Binnacle Post

Extras: Ipad and Hand Held Autopilot Remote Control Station at wheel

Clock & Barometer: Weems and Plath 

Ship’s Bell: Bronze


Main: Dacron Tanbark fully battened (2013)

Main: Storm

Genoa: 130% Dacron Tanbark in good/very good condition (UV cover replaced 2020)

Yankee Jib: 90% Dacron in good/very good condition

Jib: Storm Dacron 

Trysail: Storm Dacron 

Staysail: Horizon Self Tending in deck bagin good/very good condition, hank on

Spinnaker: Asymmetrical Horizon w/Sock in very good condition

Furler: Harken Mk II 

Mast: Tapered with storm trysail track 

Backstay: Navtec series 7 hydraulic adjuster (rebuilt 2005)

Checkstays: 6:1 

Primary winches: (2) Maxwell 29 self tailing 

Secondary winches: (2) Maxwell 22 self tailing 

Mast winches: (2) Maxwell 22 self tailing 

Mast winch: (1) Maxwell 24 self tailing 

Mast winch: (1) Lewmar 43 self tailing 

Boom winches: (2) Lewmar 16 self tailing 

Winch handles: (3) 

Spinnaker/Whisker Pole: Extendable, mast mounted with an adjustable track (re-rigged 2013)

Chainplates: (6) Replaced chainplates/tangs/toggles (2012), Chainplates rebed in (2019)

Standing rigging: Replaced 2006 w/ swaged fittings

Running rigging: (6) VPC Halyards, Staset X Main (2012)

Jib sheets: Replaced in (2020)

Spars: Stripped, blasted and painted w/ Awlgrip Cloud White (2012)

Mainsheet Traveler: Gaurhauer (2002)

Stackpack: (2018)

Lazy jacks: Blocks replaced in (2020)


Hull Sides: Faired & painted with Alwgrip Jade Mist, fair to good condition

Teak decks: Side decks re-seamed 2004, caulking in fair condition, cabin top teak removed, fiberglassed and painted 6/2021.

Underbody: Telstar, Modified fin keel with cutaway forefoot and skeg hung rudder (see sail plan profile drawing)

Exterior teak: Cetol (2020)

Custom: Stainless steel solid railing from midship to stern (2017)

Teak Boxes: 4 custom teak deck boxes, rebuilt / re-seamed 2013

Dodger: Stainless steel poles, no canvas

Cockpit Cushions: Custom Forest Green 

Deck sun shade: Sunbrella two piece full 

Butterfly hatch: Butterfly fully rebuilt 2012 with new safety glass/teak)

Deck hatch lenses: Replaced in (2015)

Boom gallows: Teak and bronze 

Wind scoop: Custom forward hatch omni-directional 

Propane locker: Teak, foredeck 

Deck Boxes: Mast Rails w/ Teak Belay Pins & (rebuilt 2012), Cockpit Teak Deck Box and lazarette hatch (rebuilt 2013)

Windlass: Rebuilt Maxwell HWC3000 Horizontal Dual Capstan (new gears /brush and rotor set / wiring and foredeck control) (2014)

Deckwash: Fresh & Sea

Anchor: 45# CQR, 50 ft of chain and 250 ft of rode

Anchor: 13# West Marine

Anchor: 45# Bruce Anchor  

Boarding ladder: Folding SS removable 

Jack lines: webbing with multiple attachment points on deck and in the cockpit

Emergency Plugs: Tapered plugs for all thru-hull fittings

Emergency Steering Tiller: Yes

Lifesling: Yes 

Fenders: 4 w/ covers

Outboard Bracket: Yes

Liferaft: Revere 4 person coastal compact

Self Steering: Cape Horn Integrated Wind Vane 

Last Haulout: 2-26-21 Blisters reported from a dime to a silver dollar in size covering the bottom were repaired and the bottom was painted with Petit Trinidad HD


Engine: Nanni D-460 60HP Turbo Diesel w/1560hrs, serial #21485 (2012)

Transmission: Rebuilt (2017)

Fuel: Automatic Fuel Bleed and Tank Cleaning System with controllable run time

Filters: Dual Racor 500 Fuel Filter System (2012)

Fuel Tanks: Starboard Aluminum 40 Gal Fuel Tank (2012), Fuel lines with shutoff / return line selector valve (2012), Seamed 60 Gal Port Tank w/ CS 3204 Aircraft Fuel Tank Sealant (2012), Added Access ports to all fuel tank baffled sections (2012)

Exhaust: System and Vetus Muffler (2012)

Starter Motor: Replaced (2015)

Water Pump: Replaced (2018)

Coupling: Shaft Saver Flexible (2012)

Fire Suppression System: Automatic Halon Engine 

Propeller: 3 Blade 22” Max Prop (Factory refurbished) (2012)

Misc: 2 bronze thruhulls and Groco bronze raw water filter (2012), Replaced all hoses/ risers / fittings / clamps / thruhulls  (2012)

Stuffing Gland: PSS Drip-less Shaft Seal (2012)

Oil Pump: manual oil change pump

Tank Tender: Non operable

Manual Bilge Pump: Rebuilt Edson 1 Gallon / Pump (2012)

12v Bilge Pump: Rule 1500 GPH Automatic Bilge Pump and Float Switch / Hose (2013)

Bilge Alarm: Warning Light / Horn Selector (2013)

Emergency Bilge Pump: Y valve for the engine intake with bilge pick up

Water Heater: Kuuma 6 Gallon (2012)

Accumulator Tank: 2 Gallon (2012)

Water Pump: Problaster (2012)

Marine Head: Manual Head (2016), Painted head / Antique White (2015), 6 Way Shower head with on/off water saving button (2012), Shields Poly X hoses (2016)

Macerator: Replaced (2013)

Misc: All manuals and many spare parts / filters / belts, Replaced water hoses throughout vessel (2012), Reseamed all watertanks, added access ports to baffled sections (2013), Replaced all thru-hull hoses / clamps throughout boat (2012)

Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (120 Gallons) all re-seamed 2012

Fuel Tanks: 100 Gallons, 1 Stainless steel, re-seamed 2012 (60 Gallons), 1 Aluminum, new 2012 (40 Gallons)

Holding Tank: Polyethylene (17 Gallons)  

Air Conditioning: (2) CruiseAir Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Units, with digital controls (2017), water pump (2018)

Previous Owner’s Estimated Fuel Consumption 

RPMs - Gallon per Hour

1200 - 0.45

1300 - 0.5

1400 - 0.6

1500 - 0.7

1600 - 0.8

1700 - 1.0

1800 - 1.1

1900 - 1.3

2000 - 1.4

2100 - 1.5

2200 - 1.8

2300 - 1.9

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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