HC 480 Hallmark
Designed by: Chuck Paine
PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS & DESIGN DATA
Length overall: 14.63m
Length on deck: 13.75m
Length on waterline: 12.58m
Beam at waterline: 3.86m
Ballast (lead): 5448kg
Bridge Clearance: 19m
Sail area (Cutter rig): 110.38sq m
Tankage: Fuel: 720L
Propulsion: Yanmar 4JH4-TE, 75HP
Reduction: KBW21 2.62:1
Propeller: 3 bladed, RH, 22” x 11”
Hull and Deck
The hull is white gelcoat and laid up to specifications as outlined by the designer
The deck is also white with non-slip panels molded into the deck
Resin used in first two layers below waterline is vinylester for osmosis resistance
Resin in balance of laminate is orthopthalic
The waterline is gelcoat and standard color is Dark Blue.
The rudder is molded GRP with a stainless steel stock, The base of which locates into a bronze heel fitting. The heel fitting is a cast bronze item. The rudder post is machined to accept cable steering fittings as standard and an emergency tiller is provided.
The cockpit is integral with the deck molding. The cockpit sole is also teak inlay forward of the pedestal with a separate removable teak grating aft at helm station. Two large cockpit drains are fitted.
The standard rig for the vessels is a cutter rig to the dimensions as follows:
- Bridge clearance: 18.98 m
- Main Luff P: 16.72 m
- Main Foot E: 5.36 m
- J1 Jib
- J2 Staysail
The standard sails supplied are by Rolly Tasker Sailmakers and include the following:
- Mainsail; 8.8oz, with three reefs and a total area of 38.07m2
- Headsail; 8.8oz, 63% hanks on Yankee - total area of 45.25m2
- Staysail; 8.8oz, hanks on Staysail - total area of 27.06m2
- Boom cover
- Headsail ready bag
- Staysail ready bag
- S/S pulpit with teak seat
- Custom stainless steel bow roller
- 6 stainless steel round cleats
- 1 stainless steel guard forward for two dorades
- Mast collar
- 7 x 19-1/2” x 19-1/2” Inside / Outside opening Deck hatches
- 1 x 8” x 12” Head vent hatch
- 6 x 4” x 16” Opening portholes
- 6 x 5” x 12” Opening portholes
- S/S Pushpit
- S/S swim ladder and hand rails
- 12 stainless steel stanchions and bases
- 2 stainless steel water deck fills
- 2 stainless steel diesel deck fills
- 1 stainless steel waste deck plate
- Edson pedestal w/stainless wheel
- 4 custom teak handrails
- Aluminum toe rail
- Aluminum fairleads
- 2 stainless steel companionway handrails
- Teak decking on cockpit seats
- Inlayed teak cockpit sole forward of pedestal
- Removable teak grating aft of pedestal at helm station
- Manual bilge pump mounted in water-tight box under helm station
- All stainless manufactured fittings
Self tailing chrome plated Lewmar winches are standard as follows;
- Primaries 65CST x 2
- Secondaries 48CST x 2
- Main Sheet 44CST x 1
- Main Halyard 48CST x 1
- Winch handle, locking, 10” x 2
Lewmar running rigging is standard as follows;
- Main track with mainsheet car and end stops
- Genoa track with traveler blocks and ends
- Staysail track with blocks and ends
- Genoa foot blocks x 2
- Deck organizer x 1
Interior and Joinery Work
(Standard 3 Cabin Layout)
The interior surfaces of the vessel’s joinery are lined with teak veneer. Hull liners finished with Formica. Headliners finished with fiberglass panels that are grooved to assimilate wooden planking. Counter tops and chart table are finished in black or white Formica, the galley and bathroom counters are finished in white Formica as standard, granite is an option.
All doors are solid teak framed with teak veneer panels. Cabinet doors are solid teak and general fittings are Chrome Plated brass. Teak gratings over shower pans are standard.
Painted white and drains directly overboard port and starboard, via holes and clam shells above the boot top. The aft plywood bulkhead is painted white, and is watertight sealed all around.
Teak and veneer throughout. Locker doors are teak louvered. Teak lockers port and starboard. Drawers to port with locker over. One hanging locker to starboard is lined with white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A small dressing seat is fitted adjacent to the locker.
The compartment is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and two chrome plated reading lamps over pillow and bulkhead of the berth. One double outlet for AC power over port drawer unit.
Two opening ports to port are each fitted with a chrome plated portlight hook to hold the port in an open position., One stainless steel deck hatch overhead and one dorade vent provides ventilation to the compartment.
Double berth with hanging locker forward. One shelf outboard above the berth. There are two chrome plated reading lights with one overhead dome light Standard door hardware to lockers consists of elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
Forward Head / Shower
The compartment is fitted with one overhead chrome plated dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and one twin directional spotlight fitting over the washbasin.
A solid teak and veneer door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with chrome plated hinges and mortise lock, a chrome plated robe hook, and towel rail, aft of the forward cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin door in an open position. One opening stainless steel portlight and overhead hatch provides ventilation. There is a solid teak fold-down seat over the head to create a sit down wet-head shower stall. Two mirrors are provided.
Counter top is finished with granite as standard. One solid teak shower grating is standard.
Teak and veneer throughout. An L-shaped dinette is to port, and a settee to starboard. Stowage lockers with teak louvered doors are fitted forward and aft, with bookshelves between. Ample stowage is provide under the settees. A large teak veneered dining table, with solid teak removable fiddles is the focal point of the saloon. The dining table is mounted on a teak veneered cabinet, with stowage locker under, and a lift up top for access from above.
An 11 gallon water heater is installed under the saloon sole. The water heater is of the calorifier type, whereby engine coolant is circulated through a coil within the cylinder, thus heating the water when the engine is running. The unit also has an electric heating element installed that enables hot water to be produced when the vessel has ac power.
The compartment is fitted with four overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, four chrome plated cabin lights and two twin directional spotlights are fitted over the bookshelves to starboard. Two double outlets for AC power are fitted to the outboard cabinets.
Two large hatches supply ventilation to the saloon area. The saloon has large fixed windows for all round viewing. Standard door furniture to lockers consist chrome plated elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
Moving aft, the Navigation station is located to starboard, and the Galley to port
Teak and veneer throughout, the Navigation station faces forward. Chart table is finished in black Formica with solid teak trims. The chart table-top lifts to provide chart stowage under, and two drawers provide stowage under the table. The main electrical panel is mounted in the outboard panel. Bilge pump control panels and the tank monitoring system are on a separate panel adjacent to navigation seat.
The navigation seat has storage under.
The area is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the Navigation station. One double outlet for AC power is fitted.
A stainless steel hatch opening is above the navigation station. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of chrome plated elbow catches.
A teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with chrome plated hinges and mortise lock, leads aft to the after head and stateroom. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin door in an open position.
Teak and veneer from counter level down to cabin sole. Teak veneer and Formica above counter top level. Molded white fiberglass headliners. The galley is located to port and is fitted with a deep stainless double sink amidships. A chromed mixer faucet provides hot and cold water from the pressurized main. In addition two chromed hand pumps are fitted, one providing salt water, the other one fresh water from the vessels tanks. Granite counter-top surfaces. Ample stowage is provided by way of drawers and lockers. The FRP iceboxes, located to port and outboard, are insulated with 4" of polyurethane foam and are accessed via front opening doors. The gimbaled stove is three burner with broiler, and is fitted into a stainless steel lined opening. Locker doors above the stove are finished with white Formica. Plate holders are provided above and outboard of the stove.
The galley sink drains directly overboard, and a seacock is accessed under the galley sink unit.
The area is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fixture, fluorescent lights are fitted to the work spaces. One double outlet for AC power is fitted to the outboard work space, and one double outlet for AC power is fitted to the mid-ships work space.
One stainless opening port is fitted with a stainless port-light chain to hold the port in an open position. Standard door hardware to lockers consists of chromed elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
Aft Head / Shower Stall
Granite counter surfaces, stainless wash basin, chrome plated bronze mixer faucet to basin, separate shower stall with chrome plated mixer. A manual marine head installed to manufactures recommendations incorporating vented loops for water intake, and waste removal. A lockable Y valve is installed so waste can be pumped directly overboard, or to the waste tank. General finish to the head is white FRP moldings with teak trims.
The washbasin drains into the shower drain system. Shower sump drains into the shower drain system, mounted under the forward berth, and discharging overboard through a seacock located under the forward berth. The shower sump operates automatically and has a separate circuit breaker at the DC panel. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head. Salt water inlet seacock for the marine head is located under the head sole.
The washbasin drains into the shower drain system. Shower sump drains into the shower drain system, mounted under the forward berth, and discharging overboard through a seacock located under the forward berth. The shower sump operates automatically and has a separate circuit breaker at the DC panel. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head. Salt water inlet seacock for the marine head is located under the forward removable sole panel of the forward cabin.
The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and one fluorescent light fitting over the washbasin.
A teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with chrome plated hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, leads to the aft cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin door in an open position.
Teak and veneer throughout. A full-size center-line berth is fitted, with stowage drawers under. A hanging locker to port, and is lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. Shelves port and starboard of the berth are of black Formica with solid teak trims. There is ample stowage to port and starboard with lockers and lift top and/or stuff bins to the shelves. A small dressing seat is fitted to port and starboard, and a set of drawers also to starboard. There is a hanging locker and other general storage lockers to port and starboard.
The compartment is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, two chrome plated reading lamps to the aft bulkhead over the berth, and another two over the dressing seats. Two double outlets for AC power are fitted to port and starboard. Access to the steering gear is via a removable panel to the aft bulkhead.
Two stainless deck hatches overhead and one dorade vent provides ventilation to the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of chrome plated elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors.
A teak and veneer door to starboard, with a louvered lower panel, fitted with chrome plated hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, leads forward to the private head. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin door in an open position.
The vessel has installed integral water tanks with an approximate capacity of 220 gallons (831 litres), two integral fuel tanks, coated with approved epoxy tank coating with a total capacity of approximately 150 gallons (567 liters), and one holding tank with a capacity of approximately 25 gallons (94 litres).
The pressurized hot and cold water system consists of one 12V DC water pressure pump with strainer and an accumulator to provide an even flow and to eliminate water hammer, and one stainless steel 11 gallon calorifier, with a fitted element for hot water from AC power. All pipe-work and fittings are WHALE brand that comply with CE standards.
Other standard fitted equipment as follows :-
- 'Y' valve for Toilet discharge overboard, or to the holding tank
- Isolating valves on all water and fuel tanks
- 2 submersible 12v DC electric bilge pumps, with strainers and automatic float switch discharging overboard
- 1 Manual bilge Pump, with Strainer, Discharging overboard
- 2 12V DC Electric Shower Sump Pumps, with Strainers Discharging Overboard
- Chrome plated Shower and Washbasin fittings in Bathrooms
- Chrome plated Fresh and Salt water Manual pump Faucets to galley sink
- Deck shower unit mounted in aft stairwell
- Copper Tubing from Gas Locker to Stove well
- Bronze Through Hull fittings with Bronze Seacocks on all Standard hull penetrations
The vessel is wired for a 12 volt DC electrical system as standard. An AC 220 volt power system is wired to run from a shore power connection point, and there is one AC outlet in each area; Aft cabin, galley, Saloon, Forward Cabin. Standard lighting fixtures are Brass 5 inch dome lights with twin switches for white and red 'night vision' lighting, twin spotlight lights in alcoves and under shelving, Chrome plated brass reading lights are fitted above the berths, and red cabin sole courtesy lights throughout. Standard fit out as follows:-
- A copper strip running the entire length of the vessel for the Bonding system
- All tanks, sea cocks, chain-plates, etc., are all fully bonded to the Copper Strip
- 3 Zinc Anodes Connected to the Bonding System
- 1 50 Amp 110/220 Volt Shore Power Plug/Adaptor
- 1 Heavy Duty Master Disconnect Switch for Batteries
- Integral Battery Storage
- 1 AC/DC Control Panel
- 1 DC Navigation Panel
- Navigation Lights on Stern and Bow Rails
- Propane gas Solenoid Shutoff Valve
The Standard scope of supply for the machinery items are as follows :-
- Fully Bonded FRP Seats for engine installation
- Yanmar 4JH4-TE (75 HP/3800 rpm) c/w KBW21 Gearbox
- 1 1/2” Diameter Stainless Steel Propeller Shaft
- Insulated Engine room Compartment
- 1 Racor Fuel Filter before Fuel Manifold
- 1 Engine cooling water seacock with strainer
- 1 12V DC Engine Room Blower
- 1 water lock muffler
- 1 FRP gooseneck exhaust muffler
- The bilges and lockers are painted white throughout
- The interior woodwork is finished in a satin urethane
- Maxwell 2200 vertical anchor windlass with foot switches
- Bow thruster
- Gimbaled stove with 3 burner hob
- Teak rub rail with s/s strip
- Teak stavings on interior bulkheads in lieu of teak veneer
- Mahogany Interior in lieu of teak
- Green hull color
This specification is believed to be correct at the time of printing, but the builder reserves the right to make alterations without notice. Such alterations will not be considered applicable to yachts delivered.
A building specification would be agreed and incorporated into the build contract at the time of order