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Cruise in spacious comfort with this air conditioned shoal draft version 410. The generator helps you stay cool at anchor.
- General Description
- Hunter Marine's evolutionary innovation shows in the Hunter 410. Backed by over 25 years of experience, the 410 really delivers. In spite of her shallow draft, this is a fast boat: Miz Liz has won a good number of club races in the true cruiser division, and is an absolute joy to sail. All the sail control lines lead to the cockpit, where an extra set of big jib winches make single-handed sailing a breeze. Other upgrades above deck include an electric winch for the (fully battened) main sail, bat cars, a switch at the helm to operate the anchor, an asymmetrical cruising spinnaker with a sock, a storm jib that can be set on a removable forestay, a whisker pole, and a full set of cockpit cushions. The huge round cockpit accommodates a full crew for sailing or entertaining. The walk-through transom (with shower) features two big lockers, and is very practical for diving trips. A 50 HP Yanmar diesel with low hours powers the boat, while a 3-blade max prop makes boat handling a breeze. A maintenance-free PS2 dripless shaft seal replaces the old-fashioned stuffing box. Below-decks the air-conditioned spacious salon includes everything to make cruising a comfortable experience. Plenty of hatches and ports keep the salon bright, airy and well ventilated. The highly polished dining table is central to entertaining and serving meals. (It can also be lowered to form a double bed.) The white faux-leather upholstery and rich teak combine to create a warm and luxurious atmosphere. A separate navigation station houses all electric controls and the electronics. The dual-access aft head includes a vacu-flush fresh water full-size head (no odor issues here), stall shower, Corian vanity, and lots of storage. Aft, there is an air-conditioned master stateroom that features a huge queen berth, cedar-lined lockers, and a host of storage facilities. Lighting and ventilation is excellent and there is full headroom as well. Forward, the full-size stateroom has its own en suite head (with full-size head and shower), overhead hatches, and more drawers and hanging lockers than found on much larger yachts. The starboard side galley is very open with large, wide Corian counters, double s/s sink, three-burner range with oven, microwave, triple access refrigerator-freezer, trash receptacle, and plenty of storage. Even the dishware and rack are included. Comfort, convenience, and utility were Hunter's design goals, and the spacious and comfortable 410 meets them head on. Hunter Marine Corporation was founded in 1973 to build truly affordable sailboats. Warren Luhrs, Hunter's chairman, has personally logged thousands of ocean miles both single-handedly and shorthanded aboard his ocean racers. From these floating laboratories hundreds of new ideas have been born. The same B & R rig that powered his boats into the record books also powers the Hunter fleet. A lot has changed over the years, but Hunter Marine continues its commitment of bringing the sailing public the best performing and most accommodating sailboats at a reasonable price. If you are looking for an extremely comfortable, spacious, and fast cruising sailboat, you cannot afford to overlook the Hunter 410.
- General Equipment List
- Hunter 410 Standard Equipment Rigging - Full batten main with 115% furling jib Furling system Mainsail car and flaking system Dual single line reefs led aft Boom vang - Sail cover Anodized B&R double spreader fractional rig Mast struts Mast steps Internal halyards led to cockpit (2) Two-speed rigging winches (2) Two-speed self-tailing jib sheet winches Harken adjustable mainsheet traveler Deck - Hull Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits Stern pulpit seats Double life lines with three gates Stainless cabin handrails Midship and mooring cleats Cabin windshield w-cover Large anchor well for rode and chain Dual, offset anchor rollers Cockpit arch with mainsheet & engine panel (5) Cockpit & transom lockers (8) Opening deck hatches (11) Opening ports (3) Fixed hull ports (2) Dorade type vents Continuous 360 degree rubrail - Swim platform w-stainless telescoping ladder Molded-in nonskid deck Hot & cold pressure transom shower Dockside freshwater hook-up Cockpit Pedestal wheel with rack & pinion steering single lever engine control lighted compass 2 pedestal guards and electronics mounting space Folding cockpit table leafs (2) Coaming line storage wells Manual bilge pump Forward Cabin - Salon Interior plush fiber blend 6" comfort back cushions Stateroom w-head and shower Bedding package (2) holding tanks w-macerators Corian vanity countertop Large cedar-lined hanging lockers Curtains in main salon Navigation station Sealed teak and holly sole Handrails in salon Book rack - 6' 6" headroom - Dinette converts to double berth Bottle storage in dinette table Day head in walkthrough (4) Dresser drawers under berth 45 gallon waste tank (205 L) Aft Cabin Full head w-separate stall shower (8) opening ports-hatches 6' 10" headroom Queen size 7" thick inner-spring mattress Bedding package w-fitted sheets Port side storage system 30 cubic foot hanging locker Sealed teak and holly sole Electrical Lights for seacock locations Dockside power w-cord - Built-in solar panel on sea hood 12 volt battery switch Electric automatic bilge pump (2) shower sump pumps Running lights w-steaming, deck, and anchor lights - Cabin lights Reading lights at berths Tank gauges - fuel, water, & holding tank - Battery charger - (30 amp) Galley Corian countertops Built-in waste bin Microwave LPG 3 burner stove w-oven Hot-cold pressure water system Top and front loading refrigerator w-separate freezer (both lighted) Double stainless sinks w-cutting hoard (6) Plates, howls & mugs w-storage location
- Specific Details
- SAILS AND SAIL HANDLING NOTE : All lines lead to the cockpit for safe sail handling UK Dacron full-battened main and jib. Both in very good condition. Jib has pro-furl system Harken mast-slide track system with bat cars, makes lowering the sails a breeze Two Reefing lines Seldén Rodkicker, solid boom vang with new gas shock Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker with sock and sheets, spinnaker pole. Lightly used Storm jib with sheets, removable inner forestay. Never used Six Lewmar winches (one electric winch to raise main sail) GROUND TACKLE: 35# CQR anchor with ca. 200 feet of chain 44# Bruce anchor with 300 ft. of ¾” rode and ca. 50 ft. chain Simpson Lawrence windlass with gipsy and drum Remote switch for windlass at steering station ELECTRONICS AT NAV STATION Raymarine ST7001+ Autopilot. This control unit displays all relevant data: boat speed and direction, wind speed and direction, position, heading, water temperature, etc. Furuno GP 32 WAAS GPS receiver. Has its own antenna on radar stand. Great for anchor alarm. Ray53 VHF radio, has its own dedicated antenna on the radar stand JVC CD receiver ELECTRONICS AT STEERING STATION Raymarine HSB2 Chartplotter/Radar display (color/LCD) Raymarine Pathfinder Smart Heading System, uses Gyroplus 2 and Fluxgate compass (mounted in aft cabin beneath berth) Raymarine ST 60 Depth finder (with DSM250 digital sounder module) Raymarine ST 60 Wind speed and direction instrument Raymarine ST600R remote control for the autopilot, will display all other data as well. Can be plugged in at either the steering station or the companionway. Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS Sensor (2008) Ritchie F83 Voyager marine compass Ray53 VHF radio, has its own dedicated antenna on top of mast ELECTRIC SYSTEMS Two 40-foot 30-amp shore power cables with pigtail One West Marine Starting battery (2013) Two AGM 4-D cells house batteries (2007) Battery combiner switch at steering station Heart Freedom Inverter (model 20) and monitor Promatic 30-3 battery charger Wet Marine Combiner 150. Battery combiner switch Sure Power, battery isolator Fisher/Panda genset 4.4 KW, 18 hours, (needs work on fresh water circuit)
- The following items do not convey with the vessel: All personal items, including portable navigation equipment (binoculars, handheld GPS, handheld VHF, hand bearing compass, flash lights), tools, clothes, towels, dive equipment, kitchen utensils (except the original Hunter plates, cups, and bowls). 4 life vests and a set of emergency flares will remain aboard.
- 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.