About this Sailboat:
Hunter Legend 40′, 1985
We are very motivated to sell our boat. We had to relocate to Colorado, where we have no lake large enough to sail her. “Theda Eileen”
The Hunter 40 is the perfect Liveaboard boat, or just to have a cabin on the water, that you can untie and cruise on the spur of the moment. The master stateroom is aft with a centerline queen berth. There is a large hanging locker on each side with shelf space to port. Sliders and shelves next to the berth provide extra storage space. There is a private entrance to the aft head and shower 2 hatches and 4 ports provide ventilation. The galley is L-shaped with double stainless sink, large in-counter AC-DC refrigerator, as well as a smaller front-loading Norcold refrigerator. Forward of the nav station is the saloon with a large settee. On the starboard side is a wrap around settee and centerline drop leaf table. Continuing forward is the guest stateroom (v-berth) with hanging locker and private forward head and shower.
Equipment on Board:
L shaped galley features double stainless steel sinks, hot and cold pressure water.
Front loading Norcold refrigerator/freezer
Top loading Norcold refrigerator
3 burner propane stove with oven.
Atwood water heater that is also heated from the engine.
Datamarine S200DL Depth
Datamarine S100KL Speed
Standard Horizon USA VHF at Nav Station
Maxxima Marine AM FM Cassette Stereo
PAR 12 VDC diaphragm type Potable Water Pump
Mansfield manual head forward, Groco HF manual head, FRP holding tank (2) Y-valves
(2) 8D (8/2000), (1) Group 24 wet cell lead batteries
Inverter and alternator battery charger
AC: 30 amp shore inlet, one shore power cord, main panel at navigation station with reverse polarity indicator, main breaker, 7 branch breakers, marine grade wiring.
DC: 3 position battery switch aft stateroom, Hitachi 55 amp alternator, panel at navigation station, 24 branch breakers, 1 fuse
LPG System: One aluminum tank in a fiberglass LPG locker hanging on the stern railing, pressure gauge, proper gas hose and fittings, electric solenoid valve remote shut-off.
Fuel: One Florida Marine 38 Gal. aluminum tank, neoprene USCG approved fuel lines, lever shut-off valve, Racor R12S remote fuel filter
Auto Pilot: AutoHelm ST5000
Sails & Rigging
Mast: Anodized aluminum, deck stepped
Rig Type: Sloop
Furling gear: Genoa on Stream Stay roller furling
Rigging: 5/16″ diameter stainless steel 1X 19 wire
5/8 and ? ? diameter turnbuckles
Winches: (2) Maxwell 42 2-speed self-tailing, (2) Maxwell 29 2-speed self tailing, (
2) Maxwell 22 2-speed self-tailing
Clutches: (6) Easy Lock
Sails: Main and Genoa
Deck, Hull and Underwater Gear
Propellers: Bronze, two blade, 17 RH 10
Propeller Shaft: 1? diameter stainless steel
Rudder: FRP spade rudder
Hull Condition: Good, no blisters,
Keel: Iron fin keel bolt-on external
Seacocks/Strainers: Bronze lever ball valves, gate valves, and bronze rubber plug type valves, engine raw water strainer
Anchor: Bruce 33 lb
Ground tackle: 30 ft of 3/8? chain, 200 ft of 1? nylon strap, 150 ft of ?? line
PFD’s: Type II, Type III,
Throwable device: horseshoe buoy
Fire extinguishers: (1) ABC-I (1) BC-I
Sound Devices: portable air horn
bilge pumps: Mayfair Jettison 1500 automatic/manual 12 VDC
Whale Gusher manual starboard settee