2003 Hunter 356″Sold”

2003 Hunter 356″Sold”

Stock# 3505GS
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”
  • 2003 Hunter 356″Sold”

The Hunter 356 features a tall, fractional rig, which is a direct descendent of the B&R rig that powered Hunter’s Child to a second place finish in the recent BOC. Hunter has engineered the mast to carry less weight aloft with smaller sections. This is accomplished by utilizing swept-back spreaders and reverse diagonals as well as mast support struts. This combination provides superior strength without a backstay and increases the stability at the same time. By using a large roach main as the power sail, Hunter has eased the effort in sail handling and allowed
for real versatility for all wind and sea conditions. The benefit is better performance with less effort. The deck layout of the Hunter 356 reflects the innovation that accompanies the rig. An integrated arch protects the cockpit from snapping main sheets and blistering sun with the optional Bimini. This arch keeps the cockpit clear and open. A custom console stands ready with the standard VHF and instruments. Single-lever control and a fold-down table along with engine instrumentation complete the command station. The swim platform and walkthrough transom complete with shower and folding ladder are perfect for water sports or for boarding the tender. Storage is everywhere and the non-skid is absolutely first-rate. Comfort is truly important aboard whether for a week or a year, so Hunter has created an interior that not only looks good, but works as well. Two private, large staterooms along with an enormous head with shower and a salon that can seat eight plus a gourmet galley will keep all the crew happy.
This Glenn Henderson design may be the perfect boat for couples and families who want to weekend and take extended vacations. Sail Magazines “Top Ten” & Cruising World’s “Best Cruising Boat in class in 2002, the boat is perhaps the perfect melding of stability, performance, comfort, and contemporary styling. The wide hull carries the beam aft, keeping it stable while providing the space to make it roomy and comfortable with lots of storage space below decks and topsides. The hull has a special “reflex” feature near the transom that minimizes drag allowing the boat to slip through the water effortlessly. The 4’11” deep reverse “L” lead bulb keel gets the maximum amount of weight down to keep the boat on it’s feet in a big breeze. The wide decks allow for easy crew movement and are low maintenance, teak confined to a pair of wonderful stern-rail seats integrated from the S/S arch that has the traveler mounted to it. Long S/S handrails are mounted port & starboard. Four Lewmar self-tailing winches are mounted on the coach roof for sheet, outhaul, vang and main-furler handling. At 7 feet long, the cockpit is large enough for a big crew or entertaining while dockside. The portside Maxi-locker sometimes called “The Brig,” is large enough to hold an inflatable or just about any gear you’d carry.


Yanmar 3GM30 (Engine 1)
Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Power: 27 hp
Propeller Type: 3 Blade
LOA: 35 ft 6 in
LWL: 30 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft
Max Draft: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 13,900 lb
Ballast: 5,023 lb

Fuel: 38 gal
Fresh Water: 75 gal
Holding: 30 gal
Single Berths: 4
Double Berths: 2
Cabins: 2
Heads: 1

– Bimini Top: Dodger Full Enclosure Polycarbonate front panels
– Cockpit Cover

Electrical Equipment
РShore Power  30Amp w/Cord

– Depthsounder: Raymarine ST60
– Log-Speedometer: Raymarine ST60
– TV Set
– Navigation Center
– Plotter: Raymarine eS7 MFD series
– Autopilot: Raymarine Smart Pilot X5
– Radio: Boss Marine Stereo
– Compass: Binnacle
– VHF: ICOM w/remote at helm

Inside Equipment
– Electric Bilge Pump
– Oven: Propane
– Microwave Oven
– Marine Head
– Hot Water
– Refrigerator: Large Ice Box w/refrigeration
– Battery Charger

Outside Equipment/Extras
– Solar Panel: 2 x 100 Watt -TriStar TS MPPT 30 Solar Controller
– Cockpit Cushions
– Cockpit Table
– Swimming Ladder
– Steering Wheel on pedestal

– Furling Mainsail
– Furling Genoa
Sail Area
IJPE : 632.00 sq ft
I : 44.83 ft
J : 13.17 ft
P : 44.92 ft
E : 15.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 632.00 sq ft

Keel Type: Shoal_Draft
Ballast: 5064 lb
Displacement: 13900 sq ft
Max Draft: 5.00 ft

The “U” shaped galley is loaded with conveniences. It features a large “Ice Box” with separate refrigeration and freezer space, propane stove, and microwave, complete the cooking facility. All the expected cabinets, drawers and even a spice rack are included, and the storage beneath the sink has a sliding shelf to accommodate pots and pans with ease.
Forward stateroom. The berth is 6′ 6,” comfortable for adults Twin hanging lockers, shelves and cabinet, all constructed of beautifully finished teak. The large deck hatch keeps it bright and airy while a louvered opening port opens to the salon maintaining privacy. The wide beam provides plenty of space. With two-panel decklights, and a deck hatch, four fixed ports and two
opening ports create an open, airy feeling. The dinette seats five and easily converts to a berth when needed. Outboard storage is everywhere. The opening Nav table provides space for a chartbook and is loaded with storage underneath including shelves and cubby holes. The 6′ 7″ settee is ready as a 5th berth. The soft “whisper” headliner saves over 600 lbs in the deck construction and is so attractive. The aft stateroom features plenty of space and storage with a padded headboard, Twin nightstands, opening storage bins, dual reading lamps, two
110v outlets and one 12 volt receptacle, and a fixed port and opening hatch above the headboard. The head features a head/shower compartment separated from the Corian covered vanity by frosted acrylic panels that allow light to permeate the entire area. Opening ports are also frosted for privacy. The shower compartment has a drained wet locker for fowl weather gear. All surfaces are molded fiberglass for easy cleaning.

Additional Information
All lines lead to Cockpit
Sugar scoop
Swim Ladder
Walk Through Transom
New Forestay upgrade 2019
Wifi Booster
Lead Keel (Not Steel)
Solid Fiberglass hull below waterline, (No wood coring)
Painted steel cradle
VC17 antifouling
Docking Gear
Safety Gear

Additional Electronics Information
Raymarine Smart Pilot X5 Autopilot
Raymarine eS7 Series MFD Navigation Plotter
Raymarine I70 MFD
Compass at Binnacle
4 – 6V Trojan Batteries. 450 amp house battery bank
Victron Battery Monitor
New Crown Start battery2021
Balmar 110Amp Hi Output Alternator
TriStar TS-MPPT 30 Solar Controller
2x 100Watt Solar panels
110V Shore power with Cord
Raymarine ST60 Windspeed/direction
Masthead Windex
Raymarine ST60 Knotmeter/log
Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
Airmar DST800 Smart Transducer
Raymarine Seatalk NG Network

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

$119 000

Taxes Not Included




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