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Hans Christian 38MK II
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Description: Hans Christian 38MK II
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Review Date: Tue December 12, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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She's a beautifully built boat, solid as a tank, the only other boat I'd consider in hindsight would be a Bristol Channel Cutter 28, but ofcourse they're much smaller boats.

With her cutaway forefoot keel, at 26000 lbs, she's much faster than I ever expected. Go out sailing on one and make up your own mind before you let other people tell you that because she's a heavy displacement boat that she'll be slow.

All in all we really love our Hans Christian!
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