About this Sailboat:
The yachts’s Kohler hydronic diesel heat system, new in 2003. An extraordinary entertainment system, including a new 32″ flat screen monitor (new in 2005)electric toilet, new in 2006, stateroom includes a large double berth. The U-shaped galley, completely equipped with propane three-burner Princess stove with oven, microwave, freezer, front and top opening refrigerator, and stainless steel double sink,
Like its forward counterpart, the aft head includes an electric toilet (new in 2006), Corian countertopped vanity, and plenty of storage. All black water hoses and the forward holding tank were replaced in 2006. Raymarine Autohelm 7000 autopilot, GPS, chartplotter, radar, knot , wind, and depth instruments, two VHF radios, and a Ritchie compass at the helm. In addition to the previously mentioned 32″ flat screen monitor, entertainment system electronics include a VCR, DVD player, and AM/FM/CD stereo.
The extensively upgraded electrical system includes a 5kw Westerbeke generator in a sound shield (new in 2004 with just 39 hours on it), a Heart 20 inverter, battery charger, 10 house batteries new this year totalling 1245 amp hours, two engine start batteries, a solar panel adding charge to the start batteries, extensive AC/DC panels, a Link monitor, plus two shore power cables.
The full-batten main with two reef points takes maximum advantage of the Bergstrom Ridder rig while the electric halyard winch adds to the simplicity of deploying the main. Mainsail battens were replaced recently. The roller furling headsail adds to the ease of setting sail and reefing.
Equipment on Board:
CRUISING COMFORTS, luxury amenities, sparkling condition and lively performance are the hallmarks of this extraordinary Hunter 450 center cockpit. With a sprawling owner’s stateroom aft (complete with private tub and shower), a generous guest suite forward, two heads with electric toilets, an inviting saloon complete with a 32″ flat screen TV/DVD entertainment center, plus a roomy, completely equipped galley, it’s floating home. With a full-batten main, electric halyard winch, and roller furling headsail, it’s an easy-to-sail yacht. With a low-hour 75 horsepower Yanmar diesel to speed her on her way when the wind fails and a Vetus bow thruster to help you ease her into her moorage, it’s an easy-to-handle yacht under power. And features? Autopilot, GPS plotter, Furuno radar, 5kw generator (new in 2004, 39 hours), hydronic heat system (new in 2003), Max-Prop, 10 new (2007) house batteries totalling 1250 amp hours, cockpit windshield, refurbished (2007) full cockpit enclosure — the list goes on an on. Check out the full specifications, check out the pictures, then give me a call for a showing