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Boat Market TV expands your horizons and provides greater exposure for our clients. We have set our sights on adventure in the United States Virgin Islands aboard this phenomenal 1976 Hans Christian 38 Traditional and provide a glimpse into a lifestyle that is desired by many. Imagine the wind in your hair and total freedom of gliding across the water with your friends, family, or associates while you ring in cheer! Head on down to the kitchen where upgrades have all been done and topside the masts have been completely updated. As you enter into the living areas you will find large spaces and a relaxing atmosphere where you can settle down with a glass of wine and reminisce about the day or recall fond memories. The salon is large enough to hold a family dinner and there is plenty of seating for elbow room. You will find exquisite wood throughout and with a little breeze you can find your next island getaway or simply sail back to the yacht capital of the world, Fort Lauderdale and catch up with friends, take in a show and then head back to tropical waters of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Whatever choice you make you can always count on a memorable adventure aboard this 1976 Hans Christian 38 Traditional Sailboat.
Built in navigation station, force-10 3 burner stove, Sea quencher water maker new membrane, three 110w solar panels, stainless steel arch, 400w wind generator w/ ammeter and stop switch, pro-furl roller on new s Stay-sail, H3 Lewmar windlass, 150′ 3/8 BBB chain, AIS receiver, and rebuilt spruce mast with LED anchor, tri-color, and 2 LED spreader spotlights. New (2015) inflatable Hy-field 9,5′ aluminum hull and 9,8 Nissan 2 stroke outboard (2015).
Sails: Main, 2 reef pts, good condition, 2011… Jib, 100% good condition, 2011… Spare jib, 100% for downwind, fair condition, … New stay-sail… Try-sail, excellent condition.
Windvane Autopilot, Stereo, Garmin GPS/Sonar Plotter, Kenwood Ham/SSB transceiver, automatic tuner, insulated back stay antenna, Pactor II w/III licensing, VHF, HP laptop with software programs for world charts and radio emailing, EPIRB, 4 man life raft, Industrial sewing machine, aluminum Guardian Danforth, standard Danforth anchor w/ 40′ 5/16″ chain, cockpit dodger, cockpit awning w/ zip in all around screening, Brass Seth Thomas wall clock and barometer, binoculars, hand held digital compass, much more.