36' Hunter 36
The heart of their mid-size cruiser line, the Hunter 36 has been a runaway success since the day it was introduced. Perfectly balanced in so many ways, the 36 is exhilarating to sail, accommodating for the crew and comfortable both inside and out. A fresh, distinctive profile adds style to this classic cruiser, sturdily built to provide a stable and reliable platform for your cruising pleasure.
The innovative cockpit Traveler Arch™ simplifies handling of the mainsail, providing more leverage and placing the traveler controls within easy reach of the helm. Moving the traveler aft frees the companionway of main-sheet clutter, allowing easy passage and a clear view forward. The useful arch also functions as a solid mount-ing frame for the bimini and their renowned stern rail seats, comfortable and fully integrated into the cockpit design. The B & R rig and fractional sailplan guarantee easy tacking and reefing, a must for shorthanded crews who prefer to enjoy windy conditions.
Below, an oasis of beauty and comfort await you. The warm, rich woodwork is brightened by an abundance of natural light and enhanced with functional accents like hardwood handrails, real Corian® countertops and stainless hardware. Both forward and aft staterooms are fully equipped with opening hatches, designer bed-ding fabrics and plenty of storage space. Meal time will be a pleasure from start to finish with a spacious and well equipped galley, set directly aft of the furniture quality dinette table.
Highly refined from volumes of customer feedback, the Hunter 36 is a boat that will free you to savor the joys of sailing without sacrificing the comforts of home.
Description courtesy of: (Marlow-Hunter)
Well outfitted cruiser ready to go back out. Just over a thousand hours on her 30 horsepower Yanmar so still just an infant. There is a queen berth aft, the settee makes into a double and the vee berth sleeps two. A complete set of Hunter dishes, pots and glassware are included. The mainsail was new in 2015 and the jib is a 2016. These pictures are of a sistership but the real pictures are coming soon.