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1990 Hans Christian 48T

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Hans Christian first built the Traditional 48 in 1984. Zephyr’s owner purchased her in Maine in 2008, and the yacht was completely renovated at a cost of over $400,000. This covered everything from thru-hulls, hoses and new wiring to new rigging, sails, major deck work, ports and hatches, ground tackle and more. Located in Noyo Harbor on California’s north coast, a beautiful 2-hour drive from Santa Rosa, which has connecting flights to Los Angeles and Seattle and is located an hour north of San Francisco.

Equipment on Board:

LICENSE NO. B-(# removed)8-CM

Sails & Rigging: All standing rigging and all the running rigging were replaced in 2008. Navtec hydraulic backstay, electric genoa furler, Profurl manual furler for staysail, Spinnaker pole on mast-mounted track, Full batten mainsail with 3 reef points & lazy jacks (2008), 125% genoa (2008), staysail (2008), Electronics and Electrical: Simrad 1S15 Depthsounder, Speed/Log & Wind Speed/Direction indicators, Simrad AP20 autopilot w/handheld remote, Raymarine E-120 GPS/radar display, Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF with RAM mic,
Raymarine E-120 GPS/ Plotter, Raymarine E-120 48-mile radar, ICOM IC-M710 SSB, ICOM M-504 VHF, Sony AM/FM/MP3, (4) AGM 8D batteries (house bank) 1020 amp hours total, Xantrex Link 1000 battery monitor, Xantrex 60 amp battery charger/2500 watt inverter (2008), (3) solar panels on stern arch with regulator charge controller, Northern Lights 4.5 KW generator w/2,626 hours, diesel-fired hydronic cabin heating system, Hydronic hot water system, Spectra Newport 400 watermaker, Regal 4-burner LPG stove w/oven and broiler, Panasonic microwave oven, 80lb Manson anchor w/300′ of 3/8″ chain, Fortress FX-23 anchor w/300′ chain & rope rode, third 45lb CQR anchor, Maxwell 3500 vertical heavy duty electric windlass, ditch bag w/406 EPIRB, ACR 406 EPIRB at nav station, CO alarm, MOB pole, 6-person offshore liferaft in canister (2008), Caribe 10′ RIB inflatable w/Mercury 10hp 2-stroke outboard

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