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2006 Hunter 38′

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

SAILS/RIGGING
This Hunter 38 incorporates a sail plan that features an anodized B&R double spreader fractional rig coupled with the easy to sail Selden furling system. Its balanced steel spade rudder design delivers exceptional power that is more aerodynamically efficient and responsive when underway. An antimonious lead keel, with HKT Kevlar hull reinforcement plus a solid fiberglass bottom with structural grid reinforcement enhance the integrity of the vessel. Use of bronze seacocks w/through-hulls below the waterline further complement its safety. In-Mast furling Mainsail with Rigid Boom Vang Harken Adjustable Mainsheeet Traveler on Arch Duel Single-line Reefing System Jib (110%) Furling System w/Acrylic Sun Cover Inboard Jib Tracks w/adjustable cars Jib and Main Sheeet Halyards led to cockpit.

Equipment on Board:

2 – 30 amp dockside power receptacles and power cords
Hot/cold pressure water system w/dockside connection
LPG system w/vented locker
Air conditioning
Electric anchor Windlass w/Plow anchor and chain/line rode
Electric quiet flush head
shower sump pump
Hot/Cold transom shower
Edison geared steering pedestal w/single lever engine control and lighted compass
Lewmar 36″ folding wheel
ICOM VHF radio w/remote pedestal Mic and control
Raymarine ST60 Depth sounder and alarm, ST60 Knot Meter w/log, ST60 Wind Machine, C80 GPS/chart plotter w/radar, autopilot
Bose 3.2.1 AM/FM/CD/DVD entertainment system w/flat pannel TV screen
AM/FM cockpit stereo system w/two speakers in cockpit arch

Hunter 38
Hunter 38
Hunter 38
Hunter 38
Hunter 38
Hunter 38
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