Very light use Hunter 49. Three cabin boat, bow thruster, radar / chartplotters on deck and at Navigation station, electric winches, mastervolt generator, RIB dinghy, 9.9hp 4-stroke outboard, and only 310 engine hours. Boat shows like new !
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- A luxurious passagemaker with a versatile floor plan for total extended offshore cruising, the Hunter 49 offers a complete range of live aboard accommodations and outstanding entertainment features.With an overall length of 49 feet 11 inches , plus a 14 feet 5 inch beam and 6 feet 9 inches of salon headroom, the Hunter 49 is a BIG boat with impressive interior volume. Driving the Hunter 49's new hull is a specially engineered sail plan that achieves maximum efficiency while maintaining the Hunter trademark of single-handed sail-ability, which is a great feature for a boat of this size. Components aboard the Hunter 49 include Hunter's famous mainsheet traveler arch, backstayless B & R rig, furling main sail, and headsail single overlapping jib. A dual-ended mainsheet allows adjustments from both the cockpit and companionway, and all sheets and halyards end at the cockpit.
- Sail Area
- I : 54.58 ft J : 16.50 ft P : 50.58 ft E : 21.83 ft Working Sail Area : 1277.00 sq ft
- Keel Details
- Keel #1 Keel Type: Fin Ballast: 11216 lb Max Draft: 7.00 ft
- Overall Description
- Big and beamy, with loads of room below and a huge cockpit for entertaining. Comes loaded with creature comforts including a freezer and fridge, a washer and dryer, two flat-screen monitors (in the main saloon and the owner's cabin, forward), a Bose 321 onboard-entertainment center, a full range of electronics, and a Fisher Panda 12-kilowatt generator to power it all. Light-colored woods, upholstery, and ceiling panels and 11 opening ports lend the three-cabin interior a light and airy feel. On deck, twin helms allow easy access to the cockpit from the swim platform and open transom. A traveler is mounted overhead on a Hunter stainless-steel arch, with one end of the mainsheet leading down the arch's side to a portside winch near the helm, while the other end can be trimmed at a winch on the cabin top. The 49 has a110-percent genoa, a vertical-batten main with Seldén in-mast furling, and three additional winches to handle sheets, sail controls, and the spinnaker gear. Under sail, the 49 sails along with modest heel on a reach at 8 knots in about 17 knots of true wind. Under power, the Yanmar diesel cruised easily at 7.5-plus knots. The addition of the bow thruster makes docking in tight quarters easy. A relatively stiff boat, the 49 provides a dry and comfortable ride fit for royalty.
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