Yacht World Number: 3091724
Located in La Paz, BCS, Mexico
Hull Material: Fiberglass
The Offshore Explorer 4750 is the result of Hans Christian adding a new generation to its high-quality yachts. They chose Chuck Paine (the premier American Yacht Designer for the past 25 years) to design the hull and Nigel Calder (author of the 3 of the most popular marine maintenance books) to design the systems. Design focus was on passage safety and comfort, sailing performance, efficient systems and creature comforts. They succeeded in building a world class offshore cruiser with ease of maintenance, a comfortable and hospitable interior environment, and unparalleled safety features.
The Hans Christian Offshore Explorer was conceived, designed, engineered as a rugged, blue water yacht fully capable of circumnavigation or costal cruising while offering all the luxuries and comfort that can be appreciated at sea or anchored in a secluded harbor. Built in the reputable Hans Christian’s yard, the attention to detail and finish is amazing.
“Attitude” has been well maintained by a cruising couple who lived aboard making sure all maintenance schedules and equipment were attended too.
“Attitude” is located in La Paz, Baja México. About an hour’s drive north from Cabo San Lucas. La Paz is the Gateway to the Sea of Cortez. One of the most beautiful cruising areas in the world. Home of several World Heritage Sites. Friendly people, low prices, easy living, spectacular scenery, clear blue water make this area a great start for your cruising adventures.
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.
La Paz Yachts
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Tom & Cindy
Marina de la Paz
La Paz, BCS, Mexico 23000
Other Local (612) 123-1948