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2004 Hunter 36

15 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Just 3 steps lead down from the cockpit to the spacious saloon. Immediately to port is the head with wet locker in the shower. Forward from the head is an aft-facing nav station using the end of the settee for a seat. The port settee stretches forward to the forward stateroom bulkhead. Just forward is the guest stateroom vee berth. To starboard forward in the saloon is a U-shaped settee with a dining table. Further aft is an L-shaped galley. Aft of the galley is the entry to the owner’s stateroom.

Huge owner’s berth with comfortable headboard in a private stateroom
Straight settees in saloon provide plenty of places to sit down, lean back and put your feet up to read a book or watch TV
Large, comfortable, private vee berth for guests
Dining table drops down to provide a third double berth
Large opening hatches with screens for light and ventilation
Lots of portlights with accordian pleat curtains for light and privacy
Digital control reverse cycle A/C ducted to all cabins
12 volt fans throughout
Galley and head with wet locker keep you from tracking sea water all over the boat while underway
Straight settees make perfect sea berths for long passages
Jabsco head – NEW 2010!

Galley

Force 10 gimbaled 2 burner propane stove with oven, broiler and hideaway oven door
Origo microwave oven built in
Double stainless steel sink with cutting board cover and single handle faucet/sprayer
Filtered drinking water spout
Lots of built-in galley storage
Ample counter space
Full set of nesting pots & pans
Dishes & flatware

Equipment on Board:

Electronics
Raymarine C80 color chartplotter/radar integrated with Raymarine instruments
Navionics CF/1XG chart chip covers all of coastal US and the Bahamas
Raymarine ST4000 wheel autopilot – control head NEW 2009!
Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
Raymarine ST60 depth instrument with extra large number display
Raymarine ST60 speed instrument with extra large number display
Danforth binnacle mounted compass with sun cover
ICOM IC-M402 DSC VHF at nav station with full control Command Mic mounted at helm
Tri-lens mast mounted radar reflector – rated #1 by Practical Sailor!
Switches for autopilot, instruments, deck lights and running lights mounted at the helm – NEW 2010!
Safe-T-Alert monoxide detectors mounted in each stateroom and saloon
Smoke detector mounted in saloon
Sharp flat panel TV
FlexVision DVD built in
Sony CDX CA705M stereo
Delphi SkyFI XM radio

Sails & Rigging
In mast furling
Furlex 200 S furler for genoa
Selden rigid boom vang
Arch mounted traveler keeps mainsheet at the helm and safely out of the cockpit
B&R rig offers a powerful, easily controlled high roach main with no backstay
Lewmar self tailing winches
Sail specs – I : 44.83 ft; J : 13.17 ft; P : 44.92 ft; E : 15.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 721.00 sq ft
ATN storm headsail with lines – NEW IN BAG!

Engine & Electrical
Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engine – ONLY 353 hours!
4 Interstate DCS – 75 BT 75 amp hr AGM batteries in 300 amp hr house bank – NEW 2008!
Interstate DCS – 75 BT 75 amp hr AGM engine start battery – NEW 2008!
ProMariner Protech4 4 stage battery charger
Xantrex battery monitor
1,000 watt inverter
Tank systems monitor

Deck & Hull
Simpson Lawrence vertical electric windlass with up and down switches mounted out of the weather
Delta anchor on dual stainless steel bow roller with chain and rope rode
North Sails dodger – NEW 2009!
Zarcor locking companionway doors with screen and smoke inserts
Bottom Siders custom closed cell foam cockpit cushions
Lifesling rescue system

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