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1980 Hunter 30

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

It’s been twelve months of coaxing out her girlish lines and beautiful smile but it’s time to set her free…While, there’s a bit more work to finish up, she is water ready right now.

Equipment on Board:

Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior

1.) Replaced I-beam,
2.) Replaced Bulkheads
3.) Replaced Stem Cover
4.) Rebuilt Toe Rails
5.) Addressed all miscellaneous glass repairs (impacts and scratches) with epoxy on deck, transom, hull (above and below waterline,)
6.) Sand/primed/sealed all Port Frames and trim
7.) Replaced and/or Re-bed existing thru-hulls above and below waterline.
8.) Applied new 10 mil epoxy barrier coat and finished with appropriate Interlux primer and paint.
9.) Replaced all 12V & 120V wiring and switch breakers (including mast) and finish out with new red/white LED accessories.
10.) Replaced supply and discharge hoses on 15 Gallon, Wilcox-Crittenden holding system.
11.) Serviced 2QM15 (Yanmar) diesel power plant with new secondary filter, new push rods, and gaskets.
12.) Installed new carpet throughout
13.) Installed new interior laminate
14.) Sand/Prep/Seal interior and exterior bright work
15.) New interior with new washable, micro-fiber/polyester blend material.

Extra gear included

I planned to address the sails/running rigging last but circumstances require that I leave these to you. Here is what I have extra:

1.) 2 mains (original maroon, 1 white)
2.) 1 head sail (original maroon)
3.) External 120 A/C unit.

Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
Hunter 30
I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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