1980 Hunter 37c

Added 23 December, 2012

About this Sailboat:

This is one of the original Cherubini designed Hunters. This boat was built as a cutter rig but has since been converted to a sloop rig. A quality boat that has made many offshore trips from NC to the Bahamas throughout the years. This is a three owner boat (all owners living in Washington, NC) and I personally know the previous two owners and know that it has been extremely well maintained and cared for throughout the years. I still have a file with original Yanmar instruction manuel for engine, as well as many other manuals and details of what has been maintained/updated throughout the years. It does need some cosmetic updating. I have let the teak begin to go grey just from personally not caring to deal with the constant maintenance to keep teak looking good. Deck paint is warn in some places. I have bought new non-skid deck paint but have not gotten around to applying it.

Other pluses that I have loved about this boat are the full standup shower isolated from the rest of the head so you aren’t getting your sink, toilet, floor and walls wet while you shower. The toilet was replaced last summer (2011) and all plumbing lines were replaced around 2007. Toilet pumps overboard or into holding tank. The air conditioning unit can either draw raw water in for cooling, or use water supplied from the dock. This is one feature I LOVE about his boat. There is an hookup right next to the shore power outlet in the cockpit to screw a water hose into. While docked you can run the entire boat – AC, sinks, showers, off of dock water so as not to deplete your holding tanks. The main benefit to this is that when i have been in a harbor with little water circulation and lots of floating seaweed or jelly fish, my friends were constantly being woken up to their AC’s overheating due to a clogged strainer. A MAJOR inconvenience in my opinion to have to lay in the bilge and unclog a strainer numerous times in the middle of the night. Never an issue on this boat.

Equipment on Board:

Sails:

Mainsail is Hood three batten main with three reefing points.
Headsail is a Airforce 150% on a Harken Furlex 300 S system. Also conveying is a 135% headsail stored in sail bag in my garage.
Both sails are in good condition.

Electronics:

Raymarine ST4000 Wheel Autopilot with cockpit controls and wired remote that reaches from cockpit to bow.
Sony Marine Stereo mounted in cabin with remote cockpit controls. Sirius radio/MP3 capability/CD/AM-FM/Ipod connector. Two speakers in cabin and two in cockpit with capability to isolate each.
ICOM IC-M402 cabin mounted VHF with ICOM Command Mic II remote in cockpit.
Garmin 320S GPS with color screen, chart card slot, and XM/sirius weather overlay capability.

Cabin Features:

Insignia flatscreen (not sure of size – 15 inch possible) TV with remote
Insignia DVD player with remote
Thermostate controlled Central Air Conditioning. Not sure size of unit or BTU’s, I am checking into that, but it will literally frost the windows inside the cabin on a 95 degree day.
Galley features refrigerated ice box with thermostat control and CSI Gas Systems Stove/Oven combination. Stove has two burners and unit runs off of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) of which two tanks are supplied in the forward locker, with two extra tanks in my garage.

Canvas includes matching custom made Bimini, Dodger, Sail cover, and Sacrificial cloth on head sail. Also included are 3 white custom made vinyl cockpit cushion featuring close cell foam with navy blue outlined piping.

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