Auxiliary Power/Tanks (orig. equip.)
Though relatively few were built, it is the predecessor to another series of boats built in far greater numbers. It is said that before the first HANS CHRISTIAN 34 hit the water, a second set of molds was created for a 'stretched' version, first called the HANS CHRISTIAN 36, and later built as the UNION 36 among other names. Though the 36 foot version is still often considered a Robert Perry design, it was never authorized by him, nor were royalties paid.Thanks to HANS CHRISTIAN 34 owner Bill Lockwood (and others) for providing updated information.