1979 Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design

Added 17 December, 2012

About this Sailboat:

The older Hunters designed by John Cherubini were some of the best production pocket cruisers built back in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Strong solid fiberglass construction, excellent wide open interior layout, shoal draft, easy to sail and using very little diesel fuel when the engine is needed. The boats interior has 6’4” headroom in the salon and will sleep 5-6 adults, 2 in the V-berth, 2 on the convertible port side settee, 1 on the starboard settee and 1 in the quarter berth all in air conditioned comfort. There are 9 opening screened ports and 2 overhead hatches to bring fresh breezes into and thru the boat. The owner has had the Yanmar rebuilt showing 5 hours, bought a new 125% Genoa and completely re-rigged the standing rigging with SS wire and staylocks. She has wheel steering, a deep cockpit coaming, 2 raised aft cockpit seats and an opening cockpit storage locker.
Dun Diggin is in good shape needing a clean up and a few fix-ups in the interior. The boat is priced well below its true value and the owners are no longer using the boat and must sell. Call Barry at (# removed) for a preview and make your offer.

Equipment on Board:

REbuilt Diesel and New standing rigging 2010.


Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
Hunter 30 Sloop Cherubini Design
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