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The engine is smooth, relatively quiet, and easily powers the boat to hull speed at about half throttle. She features a full roach, a full-batten mainsail, and a furling genoa. The main also has a lazy jacks system which makes it easy to take the main down or reef it with only one other person aboard. Hunter has made this boat easy to handle by a couple and single handling should be easy as well.
Above decks, the Hunter 336 has a large comfortable cockpit. It is nearly round and seats six to eight. It has been designed for comfort and ease of use with higher backrests, a built-in table off the pedestal, stern rail seats, and a walk-through transom for ease of boarding. The transom has two storage lockers, a stainless steel swim ladder with steps, a rub rail for protection for dinghy access, and a transom shower. A line locker in front of the companionway helps keep the cockpit neat underway. The short traveler mounted in front of the wheel doesn’t give you a whole lot in the way of trim but it certainly is easy to reach the main sheet from the helm or cockpit.
The deck is cleared of most working lines or sheets by running the lines from the mast under a bridge deck and back to the cockpit. Most of the maintenance work above the decks is minimized by stainless steel handrails.
Below decks, this Hunter 336 has a light, airy look and feel. It is ideal for entertaining below with a fair amount of teak and ash accents. The cabin layout on Thirsty Traveler features an upgraded factory layout that offers an enclosed forward stateroom for family or friends.
Twin sinks are covered with cutting boards with a separate drain board. The icebox includes a hydraulic assist to keep it open while searching below. The built-in dish rack, glasses, and cup holders are all little features that bring smiles to the users.
The aft cabin offers an extra-wide queen-size berth, a hanging locker, and plenty of storage.
- Outboard Engine for a dinghy
- Diesel cabin heater
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