1998 Hunter Legend 340
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- Located In:
- Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom
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- Current Price:
- £ 34,450 Tax Paid (US$ 45,229)
- Sale Pending
Hunter Legend 340 - 1998 - Sensibly priced at £34,450
A one-owner from new example of this spacious and well appointed cruising design, with the shoal draught, winged keel option and electric main halyard/reefing winch.
Featuring Hunter's distinctive rig with significantly swept spreaders (obviating the need for a backstay) and an arch-mounted main sheeting arrangement and closely sheeted headsail, a major emphasis in the Hunter Legend 340's design is on safe, convenient sailing. This fact, combined with the choice of a winged keel to achieve a shoal draft of just 1.37m (4'6") makes for a super, family-friendly cruising yacht.
The accommodation is spacious and well lit with overhead fixed forward windows to the coachroof and multiple opening windows to the sides, with fixed hull ports to the main saloon and aft cabin. The heads compartment and galley were generously sized to satisfy the American market and still rank as spacious by comparison with most European marques' designs.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 11 ft 10 in
LWL: 28 ft 7 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 5007 kgs
A well thought-through design, providing a spacious interior offering up to seven berths in two cabins plus the saloon.
Forecabin with standard 'vee' berth and hanging lockers to either side.
Saloon with 'U' shaped settee to port, with a central table that converts to a double berth with settee opposite and an aft-facing navigation station toward the aft end.
Galley: Takes an 'L' shaped form, with stove, twin forward-facing sinks and generous, refrigerated locker outboard. A built-in 220V AC microwave oven is fitted, located above the 2-burner with oven cooker. Relatively large and shelved lockers, together with a truly practically-sized rubbish provision.
Heads compartment: Located immediately to starboard side at the foot of the companionway, this compartment is relatively large with good provision for the shower as well as the marine flushing toilet. a holding tank is fitted.
Aft cabin: This cabin features a large double berth, running athwartships, with the head end beneath the cockpit's portside coaming for good headroom. There are large hanging lockers to one's right hand upon entry, with fiddle shelf over. Fixed hull ports let dancing light to this master cabin.
An Eberspacher hot air heating system is fitted.
A flat screen television with masthead-mounted antenna is included in the inventory.
Sails & Spars
7/8ths fractional rig on aluminium spars, badged as being by Charleston Spars, with single line reefing on two reefs. Selden 'Furlex' 200s roller reefing system to forestay.
The standing rigging was replaced with new in Aug. 2017.
Blue main-drop bag with lazyjacks dates from 2004.
- Fully battened mainsail with three reefing points by UK Sails.
- Furling headsail with sacrificial UV protection strip by UK Sails.
Mechanical and electrical systems
A Yanmar 3GM30F three cylinder diesel (rated at 29HP) drives a two-bladed fixed propeller via a conventional stainless steel shaft. The sterntube is sealed by means of a retro-fitted Volvo Penta lip seal.
A polyethylene fuel tank is located beneath the cockpit's port locker and has 30 US galls. (110 litres) capacity.
3 off 110A/hr lead acid batteries form the main 'domestic and Services' bank, with an additional 85A/hr battery dedicated as the engine cranking battery. All located withing a closed box in the cockpit's starboard aft locker.
Charging is my means of engine-mounted alternator and a regulated wind generator.
A 15-way 12V DC distribution and circuit breaker panel is fitted at the navigation station.
A dedicated 220V AC distribution is also fitted alongside. A 20 Amp battery charger, is fitted, together with an immersion heater in the domestic tank and British 13 Amp sockets about the vessel.
- Autohelm ST40 echosounder.
- Autohelm S40 Speed and log readout.
- Autohem ST50 Wind instrument (masthead unit not working)
- Autohelm ST4000+ autopilot.
- Garmin 12 handheld monochrome GPS for use in the cockpit.
At chart table:
- JRC 1000 LCD, flat screen radar display.
- BM-1 battery monitor.
- Garmin 120 GPS.
- Fuel tank contents level gauge.
- Freshwater tanks contents level gauge.
- Bulkhead-mounted clock and barometer.
- Closed anchor locker with manual windlass mounted within.
- Danforth-type anchor.
- Second (kedge) anchor of same type, stowed in cockpit's port locker.
- Midship mooring cleats in addition to forward and aft.
- Double railed pulpit and pushpits, with quarter seats incorporated within the latter.
- Hot & cold water shower at transom gateway.
- 7 off cylindrical fenders, 1 off balloon fender.
- Multiple mooring ropes and spares.
- Pair of adjustable stainless steel beaching legs.
- Double leafed cockpit table.
- Acrylic sprayhood by C&J Marine (now in need of some attention).
- 1 off aluminium, extendable boat hook, 1 off wooden staffed boat hook.
- 1 off mooring crook.
- Outboard engine stowage bracket.
- Second set of acrylic washboards.
- 4 person 'Cruiser' life raft by Plastimo in a valise and stored in cockpit's starboard locker. Next service due date July 2020.
- Icom M411 fixed station VHF with cockpit speaker.
- Icom M33 handheld VHF.
- Horse-shoe lifbuoy.
- Inflatable Danbuoy by Seago.
- 12V DC electric bilge pump.
- Manual bilge pump located in cockpit.
- 2 off XM 'Quickfit' lifejackets and 2 off 'Crewfit' by Crewsaver lifejackets.
- 2 off life harnesses.
- 2 pairs webbing jackstays (one pair new and unused).
- 2 off dry powder fire extinguishers.
- Fire blanket.
- Carbon monoxide sensor & audible alarm unit.
History & Construction
The Hunter Legend 340 is an American design that targeted the cruising family offering a good volume, combined with straightforward reliable build techniques, finished in appealing teak veneered plywood.
Featuring the Legend's distinctive rig with significantly swept spreaders (obviating the need for a backstay) and an arch-mounted main sheeting arrangement and closely sheeted headsail, a major emphasis in the Hunter Legend 340's design is on safe, convenient sailing. This fact, combined with the choice of a winged keel to achieve a shoal draft of just 1.37m (4'6") makes for super, family-friendly cruising yacht.
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.