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1982 HUNTER 54′

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:


This 54 ft. model was designed for Trans-Atlantic Crossings as a sister ship to the famous “TUESDAY’S CHILD”, was built by Hunter Marine in 1982.
This particular Yacht is in excellent condition, has seen very little use and has never been in salt water.

Equipment on Board:

Safety Gear
Baw Thruster
8 life jackets
2 boat hooks
4 fenders
1 Bruce anchor w/ rode
Almost new
Mainsail- full battened w/ lazy jacks and bat car system
Headsail- roller furling 150%

Mainsail cover
Cruising spinnaker w/ stasher
Numerous older sails

Deck hardware, rigging, and equipment
Dodger and Bimini
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit shower
Transom ladder
12 volt outlet in the cockpit
2 propane lockers
2 Barient 32 self tailing winches- primaries
2 Barient 30 winches- spin sheet
4 Barient 23 self tailing winches for halyards
2 Barient 20 winches at the mast step
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
Boom vang – block and tackle
Harken Bat Car system for the mainsail
Lazy jacks
Harken roller furling for the headsail
Forward facing spotlight on bow rail
Model 603 Powerwinch electric anchor windlass
Deck washdown system in the anchor well
Macerator discharge for holding tank
1 spin halyard, 1 topping lift, 1 staysail halyard, 2 jib halyards, 1 main halyard
2 solar powered vents
Aluminum 2 spreader mast w/ rod rigging
Cockpit table w/ cup holder
Life raft storage under the cockpit floor grate

Interior Accommodations
Hot and cold pressure water
Forward head has a separate shower w/ sump, sink opposite
12 volt fan in v berth
Many of the interior lights have both red and white lights

Microwave oven
2 -6 volt house batteries
West Marine battery combiner w/ bypass switch
3 brass oil lamps
Clock/ barometer/ thermometer
All aluminum opening ports w/ shades and screens
Double SS galley sinks
12-volt fan in main salon
Apartment sized refrigerator
Aft cabin- large single berth, or small double w/ head and shower
Cloth hull side storage pockets

GPS with Chart Ploter.
Autohelm autopilot
Stereo with 4 speakers on deck and 2 speakers below
10 disc CD player
Interphase forward-looking depth sounder/ sonar
Apelco radar
Sea Ranger VHF radio w/ ab switch for cockpit VHF
Engine hour meter: (under 700 hours)
Statpower inverter w/ separate battery
12 volt outlet in nav area
Combi instrumentation, knot, depth, wind.

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.

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