I am putting my beloved Hunter 34 up for sale due to health reasons.
Built in 1983, hull number 123, this boat has had many upgrades to prepare for extended cruising. From windlass to davits, it's ready for sailing.
It only needs a full refrigerator and your personal items to be ready to cruise away.
Located in Cape Coral, Florida.
Full batten main, new in 2010
150 genoa with new Sunbrella UV cover
Harken roller furling.
New main halyard
All lines run to the cockpit.
Gori 3 blade folding prop
28# CQR anchor with 80’ chain and 200’ 1/2” rode
Anchorlift windlass (installed 5/2015)
4 opening hatches
2 Solar vents
2 cabin top Lewmar 40 self tailing winches
2 primary cockpit Lewmar 48 self tailing winches.
Pacific blue dodger with new front glass.
Hard Bimini with plexiglass vision panel for sailing.
2-100 watt solar panels installed on top of Bimini.
Outboard engine lift (8hp limit)
Outboard stern bracket.
Round Magma propane BBQ grill
4 Lifeline AGM Group 27 92 Ah batteries
2 Grape Solar 100 watt hard solar panels
30 Amp MPPT SunPro charge controller
Victron 601 battery monitor
Garmin echoMAP Chirp 74 DV Chart plotter and sonar. (At helm)
Raymarine ST4000 Wheel Pilot with P70 Pilot Controler.
Eagle depth sounder. (Backup)
28” flat screen TV with VHS player
Panisonic sterieo with cabin and cockpit speakers
Sea Frost 12 volt refrigerator
New 6” memory foam mattress in v-birth with 1200 thread count fitted sheets.
Hot and cold pressure water. New water heater (11/2017)
Head with shower to starboard
Wash basin to port.
Large fore and aft dining table to starboard that converts to a double guest birth
Settee to port
Nav station to port
Galley with double sink
Hot and cold fresh water faucet.
Seawater faucet with pressure pump.
2 burner propane stove
Sea Frost refrigeration in well insulted top loading box with stainless freezer box.
Plenty of storage
Double Quarter berth
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