1979 Hunter 37c

Added 16 February, 2013

About this Sailboat:

Have some house renovations that have gone overbudget – need to sell so make me an offer.
This is Cherubini designed cutter rig and considered a classic design. With a 4’ draft great for coastal cruising.

She is a 30 year boat and is in decent shape. i have keep her in good condition and have replaced most all the rigging along with many parts, & electronics.

see more pics here
http://www.flickr.com/photos/(# removed)@N03/sets/(# removed)171/

SPECS

HULL ID NUMBER: HUN3014M79A-37

LENGTH: OVERALL 77’0″
WATERLINE: 30’0″
BEAM: 11’10.5″
DRAFT: 4’0″
VERTICAL CLEARANCE 50’0″
DISPLACEMENT: 17,800 lbs.
BALLAST: 7,150 lbs.

ENGINE:
Yanmar – 2 cylinder Fresh water cooled
Model – 2QM20
Serial – 84126
Transmission – Hurth K-Series

Full Tank – 44 gals.
Water Tanks – 2x 50 gals.

Equipment on Board:

Sails
New Jib (2010)
Main & staysail repaired & professionally cleaned (2009)

Rigging
New Jib Sheets (2010)
New Main, Jib & StaySail Halyards (2009)
New Main Sheet (2009)

Interior
New Cushions (2006)
Most interior lights converted to LED

Misc
New bilge pump (2010)

Galley
Alcohol stove/oven
ice box
double SS sink

Electronics
Garmin 3210 (2009) with new transducer
Radio with waterproof speakers
2x 65w solar panels with charge controller 2010 (http://www.sunsei.com/SE-4000-Premium)

Electrical
New electrical wiring and
1 new house battery (2009)
1 starting battery (2010)

Additional
Addition grey replacement port ready to install
VHF Mounted above nav station
CB Mounted above nav station
2 bumpers
Plow Anchor – large
Danforth Anchor – small
Docklines (Mis- some new / some old)
2 x 25ft 30amp shore cords
Cockpit Table (mounts to pedestal)


Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
Hunter 37c
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