1983 Hunter 34

Added 5 December, 2012

About this Sailboat:

1983 Hunter 34
PRICE REDUCED!
Cruising ready. Live-aboard today. Great condition! Boat is currently in the water in Charleston.
Recent haul-out and bottom paint June 2011. Sails and motors great. Comes with dinghy and 8hp outboard!
Asking $26,000.
Currently docked in Charleston, SC.

This boat is perfect for living aboard, day sailing, coastal cruising, and weekend trips. The boat is 34′ long and 11.5′ beam making her very comfortable inside the cabin. She has all the extras making her a comfortable sailor. The boat was previously located in a freshwater lake for 7 years, adding a lot of life to the engine and boat. I’ve been living aboard for a year and a half, not only maintaining, but making her better! I’ve just returned from sailing to south Florida. Offshore and intracostal, she handled beautifully! Lots of upgrades, many less than a year old.

Email for more info, pictures, and an appointment to look at her.

Equipment on Board:

SPECS:
Builder: Hunter
Year: 1983
Keel: Fin

DIMENSIONS:
LOA: 34 ft 5 in
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
LWL: 28 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Bridge Clearance: 52 ft 0 in
Ballast: 5000
Displacement: 11820

ENGINES:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GMF
Hull Speed: 6.5 kts
Engine Hours: 1098
HP: 20
Water pump NEW in May 2011
Professionally maintained. Great fuel mileage (approx 1gal/hr full throttle).

TANKS:
Fuel: 25
Fresh Water (2 tanks): 1. 15gal 2. 50gal
Holding: 20gal

ACCOMMODATIONS:
Very well maintained, 6’ headroom, double berth cabin aft w/ teak privacy doors, galley with dinette on starboard side and nav station and settee to port, head forward starboard, vanity sink port side, large V-berth, closet and clothing drawer space.
Companionway doors (removable, NEW in May 2012)
NEW interior cushions (May 2012)
LED red/white lights for night sailing
Custom built foldable dinette table (adds so much room in cabin!) (2011)
Flat screen TV w/ DVD player
Fishing pole holders on ceiling
Custom Mahogany trim around fixed ports.

GALLEY:
Kenyon 2 burner stove and oven
NEW water heater
Pressure water
Double stainless steel sink
Adlerbarber refrigeration AC/DC
Microwave
Toaster oven

ELECTRONICS:
Garmin 176c Chartplotter (2011 charts for East Coast and Keys!)
Depth sounder (transducer is fine, but reader is spotty)
Back up depth sounder
VHF
Stereo w/ aux input (NEW in April 2012)
Cockpit speakers (NEW in May 2012)
EPIRB
Fireboy Carbon Monoxide Detector (NEW in February 2012)

ELECTRICAL:
House and Cranking battery connected to selector switch. Both charge with engine alternator and shore power.
House Battery: Rolls Marine Battery, purchased in May 2011, run all the electronics you need w/out starting the engine for days!
700 Watt marine inverter (West Marine)
30amp shore power cord (50′)
Shipwright 15amp battery charger
Removable A/C unit keeps cabin cool all summer!
Electric heater for winter

SAILS:
Main in OK condition
Genoa on roller furling in great condition. Professionally maintained (May 2012)
Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker w/gear (like new)
Symmetrical Spinnaker
Backup Genoa
All lines running aft. Single-hand from the cockpit!

DECK:
Large main anchor, backup anchor, hundreds of feet of line
Double life lines
Roller furling
Swim ladder
Cockpit hose
Cockpit table
Magma propane grill
Outboard motor rail mount
Bimini

DINGHY:
9’ West Marine Water Tender dinghy
1987 Evinrude 8hp engine
Engine serviced in May 2012. Runs excellent!

SAFETY:
USCG Documented and Certified
Carbon Monoxide Detector
EPIRB
CO2 powered inshore life belts
Strobe beacon
Flares (expire July 2014)
Backup flare gun
Lots of life jackets
Fire extinguishers


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