Hunter boats for sale in Washington
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Good cabin layout with three separate areas that can be closed off; many extras such as 12v diesel forced air heating, radar; sound system; upgraded electrical with extensive rewire; newer smart charging system with Balmar alternator; Zantrex Smart Battery Monitor; Xantrex Pro Watt pure sine 1800 wat inverter; main sail 2 years old and in good condition; The rigging and mast appear in good condition; dripless coupling; engine heating system; 12v refrigeration; all lighting is LED including extra night lighting in cabin and cockpit; two depth sounders; upgraded plumbing fixtures with deep double sinks in the galley. New exhaust hose and newer mixing elbow; most through hulls replaced in the past 5 years; Ports were replaced about 6 years ago with good quality Newfound Metals ports out of Port Townsend. Simrad wheel pilot with remote; Boat sails very well in low winds with excellent pointing ability. Bottom needs paint in 2019. The jib is a bit undersized. Stock #159689 Excellent Hunter 34 cruiser with many recent updates! If you are in the market for a cruiser, look no further than this 1984 Hunter 34, priced right at $30,600 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Seattle, Washington and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has 1,554 hours.
1985 Hunter Sloop Luxury, Style, grace and performance. Above decks she sports the lines of a race winner. Below decks she is spacious and elegant. Designed for comfortable cruising. If you want to leave tomorrow for a two month vacation in the San Juan's, all you will need is your provisions. This is a well-maintained vessel, well equipped, and in great condition.
2005 Hunter 41 Deck Salon The Hunter 41 DS Deck Salon is a roomy and open design. No claustrophobia will threaten while down below thanks to the generous headroom, many windows, and light, attractive interior. She offers easy sailing by one or two (thanks to its easily handled rig) and is comfortable for cruising with others aboard. The cockpit is large with great visibility while underway, and the full enclosure is a valuable feature. Below, the two staterooms are separate and private, with private heads. A large galley and accompanying dinette make entertaining easy. This boat appears in very good condition -- thanks to obvious care, regular winter storage with full cover, and a recent hull polish and wax. She is well-powered with a Yanmar engine that is known to be a good, reliable machine. These boat details are subject to contract.Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
1989 Hunter Legend, 1989 Hunter Legend 37.5ft Sloop Sailboat.Original Yanmar diesel engine with 892 hours.Meticulously maintained, Excellent condition inside and out.Moored at Swantown Marina Olympia, WA.Please contact for more information. $57500
1990 Hunter 35.5 Great price on a quality Hunter 35.5--one of the most popular Hunters made (Over 700 built). "Osprey" Is a well cared-for Hunter 35.5 that shows well. She has two cabins and a single head with separate shower, a large galley with two burner stove and oven, BBQ astern. A great sailor, she is a reliable "cruiser/racer". Similar models have competed-and-won the Pacific Cup race and other races. Features Include:New sails in 2015! New Main and Genoa by Ballard Sails (Seattle, WA sailmakers). Storm Sail and original main, and spinnaker pole as well.Full Iverson cockpit enclosure--Bimini, Dodgern side and stern panelsCustom cockpit teak sole, flip-up table with leaves and drink holders,Clean and dry inside, well maintained,Yanmar 27HP has 711 Hours, and serviced regularly,11 Foot inflatable tender with 2HP Honda Outboard,Coast Guard Inspected every year, If you are in the market for a comfortable 35 footer that is ready to enjoy, please contact me for a viewing. Located in central Seattle area.
1990 Hunter 30T s/v Lehua is a great boat for Puget Sound, easy to sail with accommodations for a family, and capable enough for BC trips. Prior owners even took her to Tofino. Where do you want to go? Lehua has a forward private cabin with storage, and reading lights., and a main salon with dinette to starboard, and settee on port. The table drops to make a double-berth. Aft end of port settee serves as seating for modest nav-station with AC/DC panel, VHF radio and stereo. Aft head, with manual marine toilet, sink, shower and good storage. Spacious “L” shaped Galley with storage, sinks, ice box and stove with oven. Aft of the galley is a transverse double berth with reading lights, privacy curtains, and shelf storage. Good engine access. The large “T-shaped” cockpit with wheel steering has a walk-through transom for easy dinghy access, and even more storage.
2009 Hunter 36 This Hunter 36 is in showroom condition. It is very seldom that I find a boat as clean and well-kept as this. The fact that it has a complete bimini and cockpit enclosure with window covers AND an additional complete winter cover is very unusual. The seller has kept up every detail and has complete information on all service and maintenance. The fact that so much of the equipment and the sails have been replaced since his ownership shows how much he cares about maintaining the vessel in like-new condition. In addition the seller has chosen to pull the boat in October of 2015 and replace zincs and repaint the bottom. You'll have to see it to believe. Please call to set up your appointment! These boat details are subject to contract.Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
1992 Hunter Legend 35.5 You Rascal, how did you miss this one? A great design, the Hunter "Legend" series was one of Hunters most popular & best sailing vessels ever. Well maintained by a knowledgable owner, this is one of the very rare Liberty Cup Editions, with a stiffer mast, huge wheel, and the best sail controls around, making this cruiser especially easy to single hand.The Hunter 35.5 Legend is fun to sail, with roomy accommodations, great for entertaining or taking the family cruising. A well laid out boat, she has the walk through-transom you've been looking for, great for dinghy access and swimming in Desolation Sound. Able to sleep seven, she has two separate cabins, and a full "U" Shaped galley with a bright, clean and comfortable interior. There is an aft enclosed head w/ a separate shower, great for hanging follies. She sails well in light wind, important in Puget Sound, and the custom anchor windlass makes anchoring easy. The auto pilot will help get you there - you can stay tucked up under the dodger and drive with the remote if it's nasty out. There's a fine Yanmar 3HM30 3-cyl. diesel, good sails, instruments w/ radar, and even forced air heat! Quick and responsive under power as well as under sail, this special boat is ready for a new home after 10 years with the present owner. SO BRING OFFERS!!
2008 Hunter 49 This 2007 Hunter 49 is a versatile,comfortable cruiser, at home at sea or at the dock. She was outfitted to handle the Pacific Northwest weather and seas, with diesel heating, bow thruster, electric winches, furling main and genoa sails, Iverson Dodger and bimini, and three comfortable cabins and two heads, with a salon table that sits 8, as well as a large galley with 2 fridges and a freezer. She also comes with a 6 passenger liferaft, a "Portland Pudgy" unsinkable, very stable tender and a Torqeedo electric outboard that's light, efficient and quiet. Low hours, she is ready to sail and enjoy and one of the lowest 49s on the market. Call for more information. What the experts say about the Hunter 49: "As with all Hunters, there’s never a shortage of sheer accommodation space. The 49 is a beamy boat (14 feet, 9 inches), but doesn’t appear super-beamy. The airy saloon will seat eight for dinner. It has two excellent seaberths and 6-foot, 9-inch headroom. Numerous fixed ports let in lots of light. the boat was condo-comfortable, but also handled the passage without trouble." - Sail Magazine review "Sitting to leeward on a seat designed to let the helmsman lean back against the lifelines and pushpit with feet inboard and a knee on either side of the wheel, I found the boat a pleasure to sail. Heck of a lot of boat for the buck." - Cruising World Review