Complete List of Equipment Aboard and Included in Sale Price of Mi Gitana (July 2006) 
MI GITANA       (My Gypsy Girl)  
Hans Christian 48T For Sale 
Model                        Hans Christian 48T 
Type:                         Centre Cockpit Ketch/Plus Cutter Rig (Note: Custom--only one built of this design
Hull Number:            HSA48007F5 
Builder:                     HYC Taichung, Taiwan 
Designer:                  Scott Sprague 
Year Built:                1985 
Year Commissioned:1986 
Length:                     57 Feet/ 17.4 meters 
Beam:                       14' 2"/4.3 meters 
Draft:                        7 Feet/2.1 meters 
Displacement:          (Empty) 44,000 pounds (22 tons), (Loaded) approximately 50,000 pounds (25 tons) 
Construction:            GRP/ fiberglass 
Keel:                         3/4 keel 
Prop:                         Maxi-prop 
Decks:                      Teak  
Interior:                   Custom hand-crafted solid Golden Burmese Teak with Teak and holly cabin sole 
Color:                       White with Burgundy bootstripe 
Registration:            USA  (documented: 688057) 
Engine:                   Mercedes 300D 
Horsepower:          88 HP 
Fuel type:              Diesel 
Hours:                    5,277 
Speed:                    8.6 knots 
Gear Box:              Hurth 
Fuel Capacity:       200 gallons (in 3 tanks and 2 fuel bladders), Plus additional 20 gallons in jerry cans 
Water Capacity:    200 gallons 
Electrical:               Onboard 110 v with 240v to 110v input transformer 
Battery:                  720 AH house (4 D @ 185 AH each)/ 1 DF 180 AH generator 
Battery Charger:    Heart (Link 2000A) 2500 inverter\battery charger 
Generator:              Northern Lights 110 volt AC --5 Kw 
Waste System:       2 holding tanks  
Airconditioning/Heating:  Dual air system with blowers forward and aft 
Other:                      3 Fuel Cleaning/purifying systems: Fuel Purifier (ALXZKA 1.5), 
                               LJF Fuel Cleaner (LG-X200), Racor (500G) fuel filter 
Energy Generating System 
Solar Panels:          4 (2 mounted on dodger and 2 on sides with custom stainless steel mounting brackets) 
Towing Generator: Wind Hunter (8 amps per hour at 6 knots) 
Water System 
Water Maker:        Reverse osmosis desalinator produces 15 gals/hour             
Steering System 
Type:                        Standard  
Autohelm Drive:      Autohelm 6000 
Emergency:              Emergency tiller that can be fitted at transom 
Navigation and Communications Equipment 
Radar:                   Raytheon 20X with mizzen mount 
Autopilot:              Autohelm 6000 (twin controllers, nav station and helm) 
Navigators:           Garmen Chartplotter  
Wind/Depth/Speed: Standard Horizon (with repeater for access at Nav station and helm) 
VHF:                        Icom IC-M80 
HF Receiver/Transceiver:  Kenwood TS-440-S with SGC (230) Antenna tuner 
Others:                   Pactor II-e for email receiving and transmission 
                              Antennas- VHF masthead, HF backstay longwire, plus emergency VHF whip railmount  
                              1 Spare hand held GPS unit 
                              Radar reflector and radar detector 
Safety Equipment  
Life raft:                  4 pax Zodiac in hard container with stainless steel deck mount (purchased and certified in 2005) 
Life Buoys/Rings:   Life Sling, Horse shoe with MOB pole 
Life Jackets:            6  plus harnesses w/ tether 
Fire Extinguishers:  5 Halon including automatic one in engine room 
Flares:                      All Coast guard required plus flare gun with extra flares 
EPIRB:                    Alden Marine Satfind-406 
Other:                      Gale Rider Drogue 
Stove/Oven:            Seaward LPG 3-burner plus oven 
Microwave:             Litton 
Refrigeration:         Large AC holdover refrigerator (12 cubic ft.) and separate freezer (6.6 cubic sq. ft.) system with top and front loading openings 
Other:                     Slab solid marble countertops 
                               Large double sized stainless steel Barbecue on rail mount with seperate propane tank system 
                               4 propane tanks for stove/oven/BBQ 
                               Stand alone icemaker (makes 10 kilos/day) (also serves as back up system for refrigerator/freezer) 
                               Electric Breadmaker, Cuisinart food processor, coffee bean grinder, Blender, Pressure Cooker, cutlery, and pots and pans, 
Cabins:                  2 (master aft, guest forward) both with queen/king sized berths 
No. of Berths        5 (2 in each master and guest plus one in saloon with lee cloth); Note master cabin bed has custom made pillow-top mattress 
Heads:                  2 (Jabsco Electric with built-in macerator in master and hand pump in forward guest head) 
Showers:               2 private ceramic tiled showers plus deck/cockpit shower  
Other:                   Slab solid marble counters around sinks 
Anchors:                  2 CQR Anchors (65 lb / 45 lb on 2 bow roller/mounts) , 2 Fortress Anchors FX -37 lbs  on stern roller mount plus spare  
                                    FX-55 lbs,) 
Anchor Windlass:    Maxwell VCH 3500 (purchased and mounted new in 2004) 
Chain:                       200 feet ½ high test (galvanized 2005) plus 420 feet of 1 3-strand rode  
Deck Winches:        13 winches of various sizes and brands 
Boarding Ladder:     Stainless steel folding swim ladder aft 
Covers:                     Full length Sunbrella awning in 2 parts 
Dodger:                    Dodger Maroon Sunbrella with folding stainless steel supports 
Rig:                           Ketch and Cutter, 2 masts 
Rigging:                    Stainless steel wire with Norseman terminals 
Mast steps:              Removable (with spare steps for mizzen not yet installed) 
Masthead/fractional: Masthead 
Mastmake and details: Both Masts (main and mizzen) are aluminum 
Sails :                        Northsail ; all 7 in excellent condition (less than 5 years use) 
Sail Area:                  1,171 sq. feet sail area in jib, main and mizzen (does not include staysail) 
Main:                        Fully battened main with Strong Track system, slab reefing with 2 reef points 
Jib:                            120 % on Reckman roller furling system with 2 reef points and Sunbrella sunstrip--PLUS spare 150% jib/ genaker  
                                    (in sail locker) 
Staysail:                    Yes with newly installed (2005) roller furling system with Sunbrella sunstrip 
Mizzen:                     Fully battened, slab reefing 
Spinakers:                Asymetrical spinnaker with sock (new/never used) 
Stormsail:                 Yes, recently converted to be able to go onto staysail furling system 
Other:                       Heinson Boom Brake 
                                 Band new running rigging in sail locker ready for installation for all sails 
                                 Integrated sail covers in main and mizzen with lazyjack type system for easy stowage (drop and zip-system) 
                                 Saltwater deck wash 
                                Freshwater deckwash/cockpit shower 
Other Equipment: 
Dinghy:                  10 ft. AB semi-rigid (new in 2003) with custom heavy duty  
                              Folding stainless steel Davits (that fold back onto boat when not in use); also electric inflator pump 
Outboard:              Nissan 8.8 HP; (note spare 3HP Nissan outboard also onboard,  however at this time it needs work)  
Entertainment:      TV/DVD/Stereo/CD/MP3 music system (7 speakers surround sound system)with interior and exterior with 2 additional                                                  waterproof exterior stereo speakers,  
Other:                    Ships brass clock and several brass oil lanterns, bronze ships bell 
                              Etched glass cabinets in salon and galley, with built in teak wine rack 
                              8-spoke teak and bronze ships wheel (in use for steering) 
                              Folding teak cockpit table, and cockpit cushions 
                              8 installed Turbo Hella Fans 
                             Installed Wooden Chart box 
                             Teak fishing pole holders (for 2 rods and reels) 
                             Custom mosquito (/ no-see-um)  netting for all hatches, portholes, and companion-way; Also screens/with  
                                 teak frames on overhead hatches and screens installed in each porthole 
                            Nautical library with repair books and cruising and travel guides  
                            Charts for Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Caledonia, etc 
General Remarks 
·      Mast lifted and overhauled and re-rigged with new wiring and new mast headlights installed June 2006; 
       At same time inspected by Surveyor and rigging inspection done 
·      Latest Antifouling to bottom done June 2006 
·      Newly refurbished teak exterior with newly applied varnish (Cetol satin) in 2006 
·      Brand new Maxwell power windlass (3500) plus new furling system on Staysail 
·      9 years of meticulous service and maintenance records available 
·      Most all service manuals for boat's systems are on board 
·      Extremely large inventory of spares,  maintenance necessities, tools, etc on board-- all itemized on complete and detailed printed inventory 
·      Motivated sellers interested in reviewing all reasonable offers 
This is a high quality and distinctive yacht that has been maintained meticulously by a retired US Navy Commander (electrical engineer and mechanic) and his wife, and all equipment and systems on board listed above are in excellent working condition.  Mi Gitana is a proven blue water cruiser that is equipped and ready to go anywhere in the world as is, with little or no additions needed.   
NOTE  MI GITANA IS LISTED WITH THE BROKERAGE FIRM: SIMPSON MARINE, in Singapore (where she is now berthed at the Raffles Marina) AND YOU CAN CONTACT THEM DIRECTLY AT and they also have her listed with photos on
OR feel free should you wish to go DIRECTLY through us (Joe and Michele)  for more information,  contact us at