Having a Hunter Sailboat seems to be popular. They come in many styles and sizes to fit your needs. Small sizes for day sails, medium for overnight or weekend cruising, to the larger ones for more extensive sailing in coastal or offshore waters. Hunter makes very good use of the interior space they have to work with. Packing a lot of features inside, but keeping it roomy and convenient, so you don’t get that closed in feeling. Their new sailing has no backstay, giving you a bigger driving main sail. On some of their models you can get your main sail and head sail 안전토토사이트 to have roller furling….. make leaving the cockpit to reef your sails a thing of the past.
Hunter Sailboats has a special grid system below the floorboards to give their Sailboats a strong underbody. When sailing in some chop and the bow hits and cuts into the next wave, there is no hollow or reverberating sounds…..you can really feel the strength of her build. Their Cockpits can be used for entertaining, and the stern areas make it easy to get on and off the boat at dock or from the water.
With a larger sized Hunter sailboat, going Coastal or Offshore Sailing is a breeze. They are easily single handed with all lines coming to the cockpit. Add an Autopilot and you have it made. Hunter center cockpits allow for aft deck sunning plus have built-in stern rail seating giving you and your guests more areas to relax. Going below surprises you right away. The interior space does not make you feel cramped, rather it beckons you to become comfortable in its’ roominess. The salon has a dinette and a settee with plenty of storage, forward you have a stateroom with a head with shower. Going aft leads you to the Master Stateroom with a queen sized bed and ensuite head. Plenty of storage here too!
Hunter takes advantage in the galley, giving you the space, storage, and amenities to make it a real working gourmet area. Don’t forget that wonderful Navigation Station!