RSS Feed

2009 Hunter 170

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The standard version of the Hunter 170 has a centerboard that draws 4 feet, 6 inches when fully lowered. It is built with a counterweight so it doesnÂ’t require a 270-pound linebacker or a maze of blocks to pull it back up. Combined with the swing-up rudder, landing on the beach or parking on a sandbar is a breeze. With the centerboard up the boat draws only 6 inches. An added bonus is the open transom, which allows for easy access when swimming or boarding.
The wide beam provided plenty of stability. I would recommend for the sailor looking for lots of fun off-the-wind. We tested the roller-furling jib, and I found that, as with everything else on this boat, it was very easy to use. The line used to roll up the sail is led back to the cockpit and conveniently located next to the cleat for the jib sheet on the starboard side.

Equipment on Board:

Galvanized Trailer
Sail Chute
Torqeeda Electric Motor and Batteries

Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
Hunter 170
I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

No Comments »

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *