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1987 Hans Christian Christina

Annapolis, Maryland


A beautifully laid-out Hans Christian Christina 40 with 2 staterooms and a large salon!  She has a modern, traditional style fin keel which makes her unique. She has been well maintained and upgraded through the years so she is ready to find new sailing adventures. She is extremely well built with a high level of comfort at sea providing a smooth ride and is a very manageable size.

Most designs are credited to Robert H. Perry, Harwood Ives, Scott Sprague and Tommy Chen. Boat production began in the early 1970s.

In the 1980s Hans Christian Yachts commissioned the designing of a new series of boats based on a more modern hull design with the goal of the "ultimate cruising sailboat." The end result was the Christina series with the 52 and 48 models designed by Doug Peterson and Scott Sprague designing 40 and 43 versions. Construction was done in Taiwan at Horng Bin Marine Yacht boat yard and in the early 1990s the molds and construction were moved to Thailand.

With its gorgeous interior, comfort, roomy throughout, absolutely immaculate and fully equipped with a well-known history, this cruiser is ready to sail!



Basic Boat Info

Price: $109,900
Boat Name: My Way
Make: Hans Christian
Model: Christina
Year: 1987
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Hans Christian
Designer: Scott Sprague
Construction: Fiberglass
Keel Type: Other


Length: 40 ft
Length Overall: 39 ft
Waterline Length: 33 ft
Beam: 12 ft
Max Draft: 6 ft
Displacement: 22,500 lb
Ballast: 8,000 lb
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH-HTE
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 66hp
  • Engine Hours: 4828


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 118 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 155 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 40 gal


Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter, Cruisers


A comfortable 2 stateroom layout with a large saloon area for entertaining or relaxing while cruising. The interior space exudes the quality that comes with the Hans Christian name.

  •  L-shaped dinette settee
  • (1) Straight settee (in salon)
  • Teak dining table
  • Hanging brass lamp
  • (7) opening overhead hatches. (2) large in main salon, (1) large in the head, (1) half size in the forward cabin, (1) half size in hallway in the forward cabin, (2) small opening hatches, one in the galley and one in the aft cabin along with one opening port
  • Teak interior
  • Built-in bulkhead shelves
  • Nav Station
  • Forward Double berth w/ shelving and under berth storage
  • Head with handheld shower
  • Aft Double berth
  • Boston Clock & Barometer set
  • Phone and cable TV connector
  • 16 BTU Cruise air AC/heat  w/3 vents: galley, saloon & fwd
  • Insigna flat screen 24" screen (2016)
  • (5) DC Hella fans (in each cabin)




A Galley ready to feed your crew on your next sailing adventure!

  • L-shaped galley with ample built in storage
  • Double sink
  • Spice rack
  • Gimbal-mounted Force 10 LPG oven, broiler, cooktop (replaced 2010)
  • AC 120 V GE Microwave
  •  Frigoboat 12 V refrigeration system - Top loading and side loading molded fiberglass icebox


  • Raritan PH II head pump (2015)
  • Y valve for holding tank or offshore discharge
  • S/S 40 gal holding tank has deck & manual pump out
  • Raritan 12-gal water heater (AC & engine heated) w/ bypass for winterization
  • Parker/Racor Village Marine Wonder watermaker rated @ 6 GPH (2014)
  • (3) Separate water tanks (155 total gallons) w/ transfer pump
  • Electric & fuel leads are in place so GEN SET can be added
  • (2) 10 lbs aluminum LPG tanks replaced with valves (2003)
  • West Marine 3700 & Rule 2000 bilge pumps on float switches
  • (1) 1/4" diameter S/S shaft
  • Cockpit Whale pump
  • (4) 6v DC Decca house batteries wet acid 720 AMP hrs (2014)
  • Group 27 Wet Cell main engine starting battery isolated (2015)
  • Prosine and Magna system 3000 Watt inverter/charger-servicing all 5 batteries (2014)
  • (1) on/off switch for house battery
  • (1) 3-way rotary switch for engine battery
  • (2) 30 AMP shore power circuits
  • (3) 30 AMP power lines
  • (2) Solbian flexible solar 100 watt panels (sit on top of bimini)
  • (2) GFCI protected systems
Electronics and Navigation
  • ICOM ICM-424 VHF radio with wired remote in cockpit with mast mounted antenna (2014)
  • HAM Transceiver Radio ICOM IC-718 opened for marine SSB channels (2014)
  • Furuno Radar & GPS NAVnet VX2 put on 2007 with CMAP NT super max card (2016), covers entire eastern seaboard from the north coast of South America up to and including maritime Canada
  • Autopilot SIMRAD AP-24 with two control heads Nav station and cockpit NEMA connected to Furuno radar (2014)
  • Radar and plotter are interfaced with an AIS system
  • AIS antenna mounted on starboard spreader
  • Garmin 152 GPS Nav station back up switchable between Furuno
  • High water alarm on Nav panel
  • XM antenna mounted on antenna tree
  • Stereo Sony CDXF-7710 52 watt equalizer, 6x speakers with selector
  • Bullet Wi/Fi antenna with Wi/Fi router
  • ACR 406 MHz EPIRB


Sails and Rigging
  • Mainsail (2002 Quantum Dacron)
  • Genoa 125%, high footed (2002 Quantum Dacron)
  • Staysail (2002 Quantum Dacron), on a quick release to move aft w/ rolling furling in place
  • Cruising spinnaker asymmetrical in a sock and stored in a bag
  • Boom canvas North Sail version of stack pack (2014)
  • Mast mounted whisker pole
  • (2) Profurl head sails
  • Chain plates rebuilt (2014)
  • Standing rig replaced (2007)
  • Cockpit controlled Dutchmen Boom brake
  • Chain plates replaced winter 2014/2015
  • Mast pulled and painted winter 2006/2007
  • New standing rigging winter 2006/2007
Hull and Deck
  • Double rail welded S/S bow pulpit
  • Full cockpit canvas
  • Full enclosure
  • Dodger
  • Connector between dodger and bimini
  • Full cockpit sunscreen side curtains w/ drop curtains for rain
  • Lee cloths to rail port & stbd sides
  • #55 Rockna w/ 350' 5/16 chain-high test
  • 30' chain plus 200' blind rode
  • F-37 Fortress anchor w/ 200' of 5/8 standard rode
  • (2) full sets of dock lines-5/8 braided & nylon twisted
  • Full USCG safety gear
  • Inflatable MOB pole (needs to be recharged)
  • MOB hoist
  • Windlass Lofrans Tigress 12 V-DC foot switches w/ handheld remote
  • Mast pulpit
  • AVON 4-person offshore life raft (needs to be re-certified)
  • (4) fold-able tie downs (2 on each side) on forward deck to tie down a dinghy
  • Forward anchor washdown
  • Freshwater dock connection
  • Atkins & Hoyle davits (6:1 ratio)
  • Atkins & Hoyle motor lift (6:1 ratio)
  • Davits will swing in together
  • Mast & Boom painted (2007)
  • Deck plate under mast total rebuild (2007)
  • AVON Rover lite 10'2" RIB (2004)
  • Honda 9.9 HP 4-stroke outboard engine
  • New bottom barrier coat applied summer 2006
  • Ablative bottom paint
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.
Total Power
66.0 hp

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