Offshore Atlantic Yachts, Inc.
Sylvia and Stanley Dabney
"WORLD FAMOUS" Offshore Cruising and Liveaboard Specialists
Leading Brokers for quality cruising yachts including

41’ Hans Christian

  • Built  in 1992
  • Located in Chesapeake
  • $ 275,000 (US)


HC41 Traditional cutter - classic bluewater design – she is a proven off shore cruiser with a solid teak interior.  Exterior features bronze ports, custom teak forward hatches (2), teak butterfly hatch with stainless steel guards, high bulwarks, teak cap rail, fiberglass bowsprit, teak and stainless bow pulpit with bronze anchor rollers and chain guards.  Teak and bronze boom gallows, teak decks, teak deck box (w/propane tanks – 2), mast pulpits with storage box (1) and pin rails with belaying pins.  Brass plated stainless steel cowl vents with stainless guard forward.  Comfortable teak cockpit with custom teak helmsman seat, bronze steering pedestal and guard.  The canoe stern has a teak and stainless boomkin with custom stainless added protection from cockpit to boomkin (in lieu of lifelines).  


The interior throughout the boat is teak.  The cabin sole is teak and holly.  All of the cabinet doors throughout the boat are louvered teak, hardware is brass or bronze.The Master Cabin is forward with a large (queen) Pullman berth, a bookshelf outboard (length of berth), fan, two brass reading lamps, drawers below with step-up.  A large hanging locker with outboard shelf and shoe storage is opposite the berth.  Above are two custom made teak hatches (98) with screens.  Forward, in the bow, the Master Head holds a separate tiled shower stall with teak seat and floor grate (port) and a marble topped vanity sink (starboard) with brass faucet.  Mirrored sliding cabinet doors are above the sink and storage cabinets are both below the sink and next to the shower.  The “V” has a head below hinged teak cover (this is a seat when closed) with port and starboard deep shelved storage cabinets and split anchor locker forward.  Above the head is a light and deck prism for daylight.  The doors to both the master cabin and the head are solid teak with louvered bottoms for ventilation and lock open at eye level. 

The main salon is amidships with a U-shaped dinette to port and settee to starboard.  The buttoned cushions are all covered with a teal color “Nova-Suede” (synthetic suede).  The starboard settee pulls out (filler piece) to accommodate a larger sleeping area.  The large bronze pedestal for the table sports a custom off shore formica table with teak fiddles.  For calmer waters, there is a larger beautiful varnished teak table with removable fiddles.  There are two large double door storage cabinets on each side of the salon outboard of the back cushions.  The television is on the port side.  The solid bronze compression post is in the main salon.  A brass oil lamp hangs below the butterfly hatch above.  There is abundant storage both behind the back cushions and below the settee and dinette cushions.  To starboard is a bulkhead mounted Force Ten propane cabin heater. The main salon is divided from the aft galley and navigation station by a large teak archway.  There are two wall mounted Hella fans and reading lamps.

The traditional U-shaped galley is on the port side with a small bronze hatch above and a Hella fan.  The insulated engine compartment is below the galley sinks.  The countertops are marble (cream color with brown veins) framed in teak.  The stainless steel double sinks are large and deep with both fresh and saltwater foot pumps (Whale Gushers), a brass pressure water faucet and teak soap holders for dish and hand soaps.  The gimbaled Force Ten propane stove has 3 burners and oven with broiler.  The refrigerator has both front and top access.  A separate insulated top loading locker can be used for wet or dry storage.  There are storage cabinets, custom plate and cup storage and storage drawers for utensils, etc.. 

Opposite the galley is the outboard facing nav station with locking full back seat.  In addition to a full compliment of electronics, the nav station has a large storage area and cabinet and drawer storage. 

On the starboard side of the side entry companionway is the aft head with sink (marble countertop).  This is a wonderful off shore head that is comfortable on either tack.  The door is solid teak with louvered bottom.  Opposite is the aft cabin – a queen to full size berth with hanging locker and cushioned seat.  A bookshelf runs the length of the berth which also has a large round bronze hatch, side port and Hella fan. 

The companionway has added hand holds and solid teak varnished steps with no-skid strips.  Above the companionway is a teak instrument pod and canvas dodger.  The self bailing cockpit has a custom made removable teak pilot seat.    

Main:  Neil Pryde, full batten with Bat Slides
Staysail (Neil Pryde, Roller furling)
Yankee – 90% Neil Pryde
Jib – 120%
Drifter:  Neil Pryde, ¾ oz  

55# Delta Anchor W/ 200 ft. 5/16 high tensile chain
45# CQR Anchor W/ 20 ft. chain and 200 ft. anchor rode
Profurl Roller furling on staysail 
Profurl Roller furling forestays
Quest gimbaled radar mount on backstay
Solid teak removable companionway doors
with fitted teak drop boards
Insulated Backstay
VHF Antenna
2 – GPS Antenna
Shakespeare mast mounted TV antenna
Wind indicator
Double life lines with 2 gates
Track mounted tri-fold stainless and teak boarding ladder
Samson post at bow
Bronze hause pipes and cleats
Forespar whisker pole, mast mounted
Tri-color Masthead Light
Spreader Lights
Saltwater Deck/Anchor Washdown @ Bow
Maxwell 1200 horizontal windlass (electric w/foot control)

Upgraded Barient bronze self tailing winches:
2  - # 32 STB (primary)
5  - # 22 STB
1  - # 24 STB
1  - # 17 STB (for reefing)

Bronze locking winch handles, teak winch handle holder   in cockpit

Autohelm ST50 Series Instruments:  Multi-Function unit @ nav station, In pod–depth, wind speed, boat speed, electronic compass

6” Copper Grounding Strap in Keel
SGC-2000 Single Side Band (Installed ’98 – ’96 model)
Ritchie pedestal mounted compass
Alpha Spectra Autopilot with remote (98)
Standard Communications VHF radio
Furuno 841 Radar (98)
Garmin GPS Map 220 Color Chart
Traxar hand held GPS (back-up) with fixed mount antenna
13” Toshiba color television
Micrologic Loran
Link 200 battery monitor

Yanmar 62 HP Turbo-charged diesel w/ 865 engine hours
Next Generation 4 KW Genset with sound
shield (99 installation, 5 EH) – below cockpit
Mermaid Marine 16,500 BTU Reverse Cycle HVAC
unit (99 installation) – below master berth
Force Ten Propane Cabin Heater
12 gallon shore power & engine heat exchange
hot water tank
Automatic and manual (installed) bilge pumps
3-Blade Prowell Feathering Prop (’98)
Shower Sump pump
Racor Fuel and Water separator
3  -  180 AMP gel cell batteries
125 AMP Alternator with external adjustable
3 step regulator
800 Watt Inverter (for TV)
Newmar breaker panel w/volt and amp meters
3 -  Fresh water tanks, total 90 gallon capacity
3 -  Fuel tanks, total 90 gallon capacity
1 -  Holding tank

Full compliment of custom canvas: Dodger with zip front, solid stainless frame with front and side grab rails; bimini with removable mesh sun shades for both sides and stern; insert piece between bimini and dodger with window (and window cover); sun awning (from boom gallows back to bimini, canvas covers for all hatches.

Teak cockpit table (not installed)
Emergency tiller

Brass barrel bolts for heavy weather lock down on all cabinets & drawers

Wall mounted fire extinguishers (4)
Olin Safety/Flare Kit
Air Horn
Life Jackets
Throwable/Cockpit Cushions  

OTHER: Dock lines Fenders  

EXCLUSIONS: All personal items, clothes, spices, food, pots and pans, bedding, tools, cassette tapes, charts, flags, carpets, books and any and all items not specifically listed herein, do not convey upon sale! Some items negotiable.

Contact:  Offshore Atlantic Yachts -
Hobe Sound, FL 33455 USA
Phone (772) 223-1583 - Fax (801) 858-5454