Recent price reduction. Great little Hunter 306 for family cruising or daysailing. This model year Hunter added the reinforced nylon rubrail, Kevlar in the layup, upgraded cabin hardware, and other features to the older Hunter 290 model. The inmast furling and B&R rig provide the easiest sailing configuration. This particluar model also has A/C, & electronics, just to name a few extra features. Fully equipped and ready to go. New alternator,New Gear shift ,inverter ,new batteries, located in Key West-presently in charter would entertain keeping in charter. Yet another reduction. Owner wants sold.
To arrange a viewing, discuss details and our charter program, contact Vanessa Linsley at email@example.com or call 305-934-1718 or 305-293-0800.
Vanessa Linsley 305-934-1718
Please contact Vanessa Linsley at 305-934-1718
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hunter Marine
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 29 ft 11 in
Beam: 10 ft 9 in
LWL: 26 ft 11 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 10 in
Ballast: 2550 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 7150 lbs
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Hunter 306 proves that owners can have a comfortable family cruiser in a model less than 30 feet in length. The 10-foot 9-inch beam boasts a spacious salon, as well as two private staterooms, one forward and one aft, a large head, a full-size galley, and even a nav station for charting the course. Eight opening hatches and ports provide plenty of light and the headroom is fantastic. The large beam also gives the captain and crew plenty of room in the cockpit. Deep, angled coamings make any passage a safe and comfortable one. The cockpit table with folding leaves makes entertaining easy. Two integral stern rail seats provide guests the best seats in the house. Standard features include Edson's rack and pinion steering, Lewmar self-tailing winches, a Furlex headsail furling, the B&R backstayless rig which Hunter is known for, and a Yanmar 18-horsepower inboard diesel. Hunter's famous Cruise Pac means this boat is ready for cruising the day it's delivered.
The Hunter 306 features a large vee berth forward, spacious salon with convertible dinette, comfortable nav station to starboard and a L-shaped galley to port. Aft of the companionway is a double athwart berth to starboard and a large combined head/shower is behind the nav station. The head features an electric Jabsco pump.
The cabins are cooled by a Marine Aire 10Kbtu system. And a flat screen TV in the salon tops off the list.
The galley is equipped with a Force 10 2-burner porpane stove top, an Adler Barbour 12V refrigerator, and microwave. A double SS sink with hot/cold water rounds out the galley. It is fully stocked with all galley ware and dishes.
The electronics package is simple but adequate with a Raymarine ST-60 wind indicator, ST-40 depth and ST-40 speed indicators on the sea hood. At the nav station is the Icom M402 VHF, the tank level indicators, and the Xantrex Pro Battery/Inverter monitor. A Jensen stereo with CD is also mounted on the panel with remote control on the cockpit pedestal. A Navman Tracker 5500 GPS is attached to a portable mount on the pedestal.
Whyte Laydie has two series 27 house batteries and a separate series 24 engine start battery. These are connected to a 30A shore power supply to the 30A battery charger or maintained by the engine alternator while underway. The charger is also acts as an inverter to power small AC items away from the dock.
The engine is a very reliable Yanmar 2GM20 18hp with about 800 hours. There is dripless stuffing box on the shaft to a fixed blade prop. Access to the engine is on all four sides with openings in the head and aft cabin.
Sails & Rigging
The rig is the Hunter standard B&R system with Selden in-mast furling head sail and a 110% head sail on a Furlex furler. The mainsheet and traveler are mounted over the cockpit on the Hunter SS arch. Lines are all lead aft to the cockpit to 6 line stoppers and 2 x Lewmar 16ST winches. Two separate line stoppers for the jib sheets are available to allow use of the winches on different lines.
One of the best features of a Hunter is the large cockpit with the standard Hunter stern seats. The best seat in the house! Whyte Laydie has a central pedestal with Edson helm and engine controls. A folding table attaches to the front of the pedestal. Three cockpit lockers hold lines, propane tanks, and lifejackets. A folding helm seat allows for access to the swim platform with a folding swim ladder and hot/cold deck shower. The cockpit is protected by a large bimini secured to the cockpit arch.
The ground tackle is a 22# Bruce anchor on a chain/rope rode running through a Marlin electric windlass.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: (800) 537-0050 ext 1Tel: 305-934-1718