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1983 Hunter 34″Sold”

1983 Hunter 34″Sold”

Stock# 3408NS
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”
  • 1983 Hunter 34″Sold”

When the Hunter 34 was introduced in late 1982, it was the second of the “modern” generation of Hunters, the first being the rather remarkable Hunter 54. The Hunter company has been strongly identified with the long-distance single handed racing of its president, Warren Luhrs. The Hunter 34 was one of the first boats under 35′ to offer a tri-cabin layout, and this interior design is frequently cited as a primary reason for buying the boat. The privacy of the tri-cabin layout is very important for a family with children, or owners that like to cruise with another couple. The single fixed berth in the main cabin means that the boat will sleep only five without making up the dinette. “Only” five is a pretty good number in a boat this size, and the most important thing is that it sleeps five in a reasonable level of comfort. All in all, the interior of the Hunter 34 is well thought out and livable.

If you want a fast, modern small coastal cruiser with maximum room at minimum cost, a Hunter 34 would be a good choice.

Engine

Yanmar 3GMF (Engine 1)
Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Stern Drive
Power: 20 hp

Dimensions
LOA: 34 ft 5 in
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
Max Draft: 5 ft 5 in

Weights
Dry Weight: 11,820 lb
Ballast: 5,000 lb

Tanks
Fuel: 96
Fresh Water: 192
Holding: 96

Accommodations
Single Berths: 3
Double Berths: 1
Cabins: 2
Heads: 1

Hull Shape: Monohull
Designer: Hunter

Covers
– Bimini Top
– Cockpit Cover: Full Enclosure

Electrical Equipment
– Shore Power Inlet
– Inverter

Electronics
– Depthsounder: Navico
– Log-Speedometer: Mariner
– Autopilot: Raymarine ST4000
– Radio
– Compass: Ritchie
– GPS: Garmin 76
– VHF

Inside Equipment
– Electric Bilge Pump
– Oven: Stovetop butane
– Manual Bilge Pump
– Microwave Oven
– Marine Head: Manual
– Hot Water
– Refrigerator: Ice Box
– Battery Charger: Freedom

Outside Equipment/Extras
– Cockpit Cushions
– Cockpit Table
– Swimming Ladder

Rigging
– Steering Wheel – Mast Step on Deck – Boom Vang – Traveller -Winches – Lewmar  #30 Cabintop self-tailing  Lewmar #40 Jib sheet winches  turning blocks

Sails
– Battened Mainsail –  2015 Neil Pryde International
– Furling Genoa(Jib) – 2015 Neil Pryde

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

$33 900

Taxes Not Included

Specifications

Hunter
10M
 

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