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Aslan48' Hans Christian 4750 Explorer 2002

$ 400,000

This Hans Christian 4750 Explorer, ASLAN, is considered to be a semi-custom production boat as only a few of the model 4750 were made and the model has many enhanced aspects to the hull, deck & gear. The deck and cockpit areas, and the interior of ASLAN were all designed for long distance passage making with tons of storage and handholds while offering luxurious accommodations to her owners and crew. She is designed with many detailed features among them is the "crash zone" forward in which a double hulled section reinforced with Kevlar was built into the boat. 

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates. 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:$ 400,000
  • Builder:

    Hans Christian

  • Model:

    4750 Explorer

  • Year:


  • Location:

    Hertford, North Carolina, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 48 ft in
  • Display Length: 48 ft
  • Beam: 14' 5"
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 180 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 270 gals
  • Days on Market:

The exceptionally crafted varnished teak woodwork and dark green upholstery combine to give the living spaces a warm feeling, and the plentiful hatches and large ports of the raised deck saloon keep the interior bright and airy. The teak and holly sole is especially beautiful, and the many securely latched access plates allow you to get to all the spaces below it. Dark green ultra suede working upholstery throughout over white Ultra suede by S&S Fabrics of Portsmouth, RI.

All the way forward is secondary head compartment complete with manual head, curved vanity with stainless steel sink, plenty of locker storage, and a surprisingly roomy shower area.

The forward cabin runs the full width of the boat. The double berth to port is raised up a bit to provide six large drawers below it. A shuttered window connects this area to the main cabin. To starboard is a love seat-sized settee for private relaxing in these guest quarters. Large opening hatches and opening ports allow lots of light and ventilation to enter this cabin. A full height hanging locker, and another large locker give you plenty of room to stow your gear for a long voyage.

The main cabin has a very large L-shaped settee to port with a large table on a pedestal to permit dining and cocktail table heights. To starboard is a full-length settee. Cabinets and bookshelves with double fiddles are situated outboard of both settees. As mentioned earlier, the six large fixed ports of the raised deck and the overhead hatches give this cabin an inviting feeling for hours of lounging and entertaining.

A proper forward facing nav station with large table and comfortable seat is located just aft of the starboard settee. Full navigation and communications instrumentation can be found here along with the comprehensive DC electrical panel. Storage is in drawers and under the nav table lid. In the faces of the passageway leading to the main head compartments are the switches for high amperage breakers and the AC electrical control panel. 

Moving aft along the starboard side you pass through the roomy separate stall shower area into the generously sized main head compartment. Here you will find a curved teak vanity with a sink and mirror and lots of locker storage. Along the inboard side of these compartments are large doors for easy access to engine and generator systems.

The in line galley runs down the port side. Drawers, lockers and cabinets abound here to store food and supplies. Double stainless-steel sinks are inboard to optimize drainage. The stove and separate refrigerator and freezer with digital control panels are outboard. Open counter space allows for easy food preparation. One of the oversized fixed ports is located in this area to bring an unusual degree of natural light. 

The owners cabin can be access from the galley or the head compartment. The centerline bed is huge and you can very easily get into it from either side. Of course this cabin offers a plethora of storage possibilities for all your gear in numerous drawers and lockers. Plenty of floor space permits easy movement throughout the cabin. Hatches and ports open as needed to bring in light and ventilation. 

Occupying the central area under the cockpit are the well-insulated engineering spaces for the main diesel and the generator. This area can be easily accessed behind the companionway stars and through doors along the starboard side and in the aft cabin. 

  • Integral fiberglass fuel tanks
  • Max Prop Fast 4-blade feathering prop
  • Spurs line cutters
  • Vetus bow thruster with controls at helm
  • Dual Racor 500 FG water separator fuel filters
  • Electric oil change pumps (engine and generator)
  • (2) Electric bilge pumps with high water alarm
  • (1) Manual bilge pump
  • Kidde automatic engine room fire extinguisher
  • Hurricane Hydronic heating system (3 zones)
  • Isotherm stainless steel 10 gallon hot water heater
  • Dual fresh water pumps
  • Cruisaire reverse cycle heat/air conditioning throughout (1 zone)
  • Wilcox Crittendan Skipper manual toilets fore and aft
  • All waste line plumbing replaced with Trident sanitation hose
  • 30 gallon holding tanks with direct overboard and thru-deck discharge options
  • Spectra Newport 400 water maker
  • Custom pot line guard at rudder by Liss
  • Maxwell 2200 electric windlass
  • Salt water deck washdown system
  • Fresh water deck washdown system
  • Transom mounted fresh hot and cold water shower
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove with oven
  • Sea Frost refrigerator and freezer with dual compressors
  • Samsung microwave oven

Fiberglass decks with balsa coring and two-tone finish white with molded in gray non-skid. Generous center cockpit with "walk thru" port and starboard. Substantial stainless-steel grab rails assist with ease of transit fore and aft in heavy weather.

  • The deck has a Balsa core, hand laminated deck with solid GRP in all high stress areas, including mast, Genoa tracks, winches
  • Aluminum toe rail
  • Stainless steel grab rails on cabin top
  • Stem head fitting with stainless steel double anchor rollers
  • (3) Stainless steel dorade vents
  • (8) Hatches
  • (10) Opening ports, including 2 stern ports and 2 cockpit ports
  • (11) Fixed ports (hull and deck)
  • Propane gas stowage lockers (two 10lb LPG tanks) with deck access
  • Separate vented locker for outboard motor fuel tank
  • (6) 12" stainless steel mooring cleats, (2) primaries forward, (2) amidships, (2) aft
  • Teak transom swimming platform with swim ladder and steps
  • Rub rail with stainless striker
  • Teak pulpit seats
  • Substantial storage lockers forward and aft, dinghy gasoline locker & propane locker

  • (7) Group 8D AGM 12 volt house batteries
  • (2) Group 27 AGM 12 volt engine and generator start batteries
  • (6) Battery switches
  • ZRD generator
  • (2) 40 watt solar panels mounted on aft davits
  • Superwind 350 watt wind generator
  • 200 Amp engine alternator for house batteries
  • 80 Amp engine alternator for start batteries
  • Heart Freedom 25 2500 watt inverter/70 amp battery charger
  • Heart Link 2000 battery monitor
  • (3) 12 volt DC outlets in cockpit and at bow
  • 110 volt AC shore power with two 30 amp inputs
  • (15) 110 volt AC outlets
  • LED and fluorescent interior lighting
  • (8) 12 volt DC Hella cabin fans

  • (2) ICOM 502 VHF's
  • (2) Furuno GP37 GPS
  • Garmin GPS MAP 7215 separate GPS antenna
  • Garmin GXM51 XM Weather receiver with antenna
  • Garmin GSD22 Depth Sounder
  • Garmin M260 Transducer
  • Garmin AIS
  • Garmin GMR24 HD radar
  • ICOM M-802 SSB radio with copper ground plane built into hull
  • (2) NautiComp (Dell marinized) computers with (2) displays in cockpit
  • Nav Station configured for laptop control
  • Garmin 7215 and laptop interface with NautiComp screens in cockpit
  • Raytheon ST6000 autopilot with (2) separate electronic control units in the cockpit and nav station, hydraulic rudder control
  • Raytheon sailing instruments/depth sounder (redundant) with multiple repeaters over companionway
  • Rogue Wave wifi internet connection
  • Sony AM/FM/ Bose CD stereo with Bose speakers in main cabin, master stateroom, cockpit
  • Sharp 20" flat screen TV with DVD player in main cabin
  • Sony 15" flat screen TV in master stateroom

  • Leisure Furl in-boom mainsail furling
  • Profurl electric genoa furler
  • Profurl jib furler (inner forestay)
  • Selden rigid boom vang
  • Spinnaker pole (carbon fiber) stores on mast
  • Insulated backstay for SSB radio
  • Mainsheet traveler
  • Spectra halyards
  • Removeable inner forestay for storm sail
  • (2) 64ST electric self-tailing primary winches
  • (2) 48ST self-tailing secondary winches
  • (1) 48ST electric main halyard winch
  • (1) 44ST mainsheet winch
  • (2) 48ST mast halyard winches
  • Doyle full batten mainsail
  • North Spectra full batten mainsail
  • Sperry 145% furling genoa **2011**
  • Doyle 100% jib
  • North Spectra 312 furling jib (for inner forestay)
  • 1.5 oz cruising spinnaker only used a few times
  • Pope Storm Jib with removable inner stay

  • Rocna 75lb Anchor
  • Manson 60lb stainless steel plow anchor with 200' all chain rode
  • Fortress PX37 high efficiency lightweight anchor with rope/chain rode
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller
  • Life sling
  • (6) Life jackets
  • Flare kit
  • Givens 6-man offshore life raft in canister (NO Current Inspection)
  • Fenders and dock lines
  • Fender boards
  • Outboard motor mount
  • Canvas covers for main salon windows and hatches
  • Magma gas barbecue
  • Custom stainless steel dinghy davits
  • Outboard motor hoist davit
  • Opening port light screens companionway screens, deck hatch screens
  • 2002 Novurania inflatable dinghy with 2010 Yamaha 4-stroke outboard

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.

Engine and generator 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.


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