'Exhibit A', a 2002 Hunter 356 Sailboat for Sale

'Exhibit A' is the best condition Hunter 356 you can find and is by far the roomiest sailboat in this size range. She is currently located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

'Exhibit A', a Hunter 356 sailboat at anchor'Exhibit A', a Hunter 356

'Exhibit A' has had many very recent upgrades:

New bottom paint Nov 2021;

New exterior compound Nov 2021;

Brand new full-coverage insect screen enclosure, including the entire cockpit;

Full enclosure dodger;

Brand new Davits;

Yanmar engine, excellent condition;

Main, Genoa, and Spinnaker are in very good condition;

In-Mast roller Furler system;

Lewmar folding steering - provided more space in the already large cockpit;

Zarcor companionway doors (gorgeous units);

Cockpit cushions, like new;

New custom-made mattresses, Queen size in the aft cabin; 

Recently refinished wood interior, like new;

Top load refrigerator and freezer, excellent condition;


Force 10 stove/oven, like-new condition;

Separate sink and head area;

A ridiculous amount of storage (for a 36ft size vessel)

Huge lazarette storage;

Smoke, pet, and mold-free vessel, it is simply a must-see!

Way too many things to list, including:

  • New battery charger, LED lighting,
  • Brand new Lithium battery,
  • Solar panel
  • Raymarine instruments etc, etc
Internal accommodation in Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's spacious saloon and galley

The cockpit of a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's spacious and comfortable cockpit

The companionway of a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's Zarcor companionway doors

The head and shower compartment of a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's head and shower compartment

Stern view of a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's stern showing the bathing platform and dinghy davits

Wheel steering position on a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's steering position and instrument pedestal

A Lewmar folding wheel in the cockpit of a Hunter 356 sailboatExibit A's Lewmar folding wheel improves cockpit access

A Hunter 356 sailboat on the hardExibit A's new bottom paint

The Boating World Magazine review of the Hunter 356 tells us:

"The saloon features an attractive teak and holly sole that’s polished to a high gloss. It contrasts with the soft feel of the upholstery and the cabin curtains.

The convertible dinette can sleep two — and another guest can bunk on the settee opposite it. This is in addition to the double berth forward and the queen-size berth aft in the master suite. That queen-size berth takes standard-size sheets, and boasts an innerspring mattress.

Headroom throughout the Hunter 356’s cabin is a generous 6 feet, 5 inches, for the most part. Even in the head, with its separate stall shower and the stand-up area in the forward part of the master suite, just about everyone can get around without stooping over.

There’s plenty of storage space, too, with a pair of hanging lockers forward and one aft, plus drawers in each of the sleeping compartments. A large navigation table, aft and to port in the saloon, will accommodate full-size NOAA charts — and there’s room on the bulkhead above it to install electronics.

The galley on the 356 has an L-shaped Corian countertop. A double basin stainless steel sink is set into the counter, along with a two-burner propane stove and optional refrigerator and freezer units. Teak fiddles around the counter’s perimeter are sturdy enough to double as handholds. A microwave oven mounted in the bulkhead is standard equipment — and so is pressurized hot and cold water."

Owner's note: When all upgrades were complete, we did not have a plan to sell this beautiful and well cared for vessel. This wonderful boat took us on thousands of miles, a family of four was very comfortable living onboard and homeschooled two adventure seeker kiddos. Heavy heart here, but she is ready for new adventures with her new owners.

Asking Price and Contacting the Owner

A sunrise at seaThe Owner is asking $75,000 for 'Exhibit A'

Contact the Owner here...

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