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Caribbean Soul II is an excellent example of one of Hunter's most popular models, the Hunter 410. Offering a lot of boat for the money, they are also well-built. These boats are found all over the world, ranging from Europe to Australia to Malaysia to Mexico.
This 2002 HUNTER 410 has been rated on the European Scale as Category A, defined as follows: Category A — Ocean. Category A covers largely self-sufficient boats designed for extended voyages with winds of over Beaufort Force 8 (over 40 knots), and significant wave heights above 13 feet, but excluding abnormal conditions such as hurricanes.
Caribbean Soul II has been outfitted and maintained for just such a purpose by her experienced and knowledgeable owners. She features roller furling main and jib; two reverse cycle marine HVAC units; 5.5KW genset; good electronics and dinghy w/ outboard and davits. She is truly turnkey and ready to take you anywhere. Call for a showing appointment today and follow your dream. NEW PICTURES!!!
After retiring as a CPYB rated Yacht Broker in 2011 and cruising our ’95 Moody 44 from Texas to Florida, throughout the Bahamas (twice) and along the East Coast from Florida to New York and back, we moved out of the US to our retirement home in Central America. Deciding to cruise one last time we searched for a comparable sailboat in the 40-42 ft. range. Our search narrowed to the Hunter 410 Series and using 15 years of innumerable boats’ knowledge we rejected 11 other 410’s before finding Caribbean Soul II. The boat had an extremely low amount of usage and time on both the diesel auxiliary and the GenSet, as well as the sails. The diesel was carefully inspected and various hoses and seals which had dried due to minimal use were identified and replaced. It included a new rear mainseal, several cooling system hoses, boiling the heat exchanger, and replacing the oil cooler. (Note: older Yanmar oil coolers are not anode protected and can be problematic; the new - 2018 - oil cooler has a zinc which should be inspected and/or replaced as needed.)
Caribbean Soul II has provided safe and fast passages, including twice across the Gulf Stream (once in 8-10 ft seas), North 90 miles in the Atlantic from Cape May to Sandy Hook, and back, and throughout the Bahamas. It carried us safely and comfortably from Biscayne Bay to New York City and back. It has a comfortable ride at sea, is a fast passage maker, and comfortable liveaboard cruising boat. The oval-shaped cockpit is a dream with lots of space to stretch out while cruising. At 2700 RPM it motors at nearly 7 kts, and in flat water will cruise at 7+, averaging .9 GPH.
The Yanmar has been serviced every 200 hours, and the NexGen GenSet every 100 hours. Both the Genoa and Mainsail were removed and inspected by North Sails and the Suncover re-stitched. Both furlers work flawlessly.
The West Marine RIB Dinghy is new, having less than 10 hours use. Also, the Tohatsu Fuel Injected OB Motor is new (2018 Model), with about 10 hours, and must be serviced at the 10 hour mark. The oil and tools for that job are aboard.
Caribbean Soul II should be considered clean, equipped, and ready to cruise to the Bahamas and beyond.
Starting forward is the roomy guest head This has a vanity, sink, ample storage, marine toilet, H&C pressure water and shower. Next aft is the full width guest cabin with pullman double to starboard. There is a large drawer bank under the berth. Opposite to port are hanging lockers and additional storage. Next aft is the spacious saloon. This features a U-shaped settee to starboard with dining table. The dining table drops to make a large double berth. Across to port is a straight settee which can be used as a single berth. Outboard of the settees are shelves and lockers including a flat screen TV. Next aft, to starboard, is the large, fully equipped galley Opposite to port is a dedicated, forward facing nav station with seating and ample room for stowage and electronics. Next aft is the master cabin with standing headroom, arthwartships queen berth with a bank of cabinets to starboard. There is a large head with dual entry doors, vanity, sink, H&C pressure water, marine toilet and a separate stall shower.
Gourmet galley with wide Corian counters and overhead dish storage above forward facing sink counter. Lots of storage in four drawers below counter, large locker under sinks and multiple outboard lockers.
Delta 45# Plow Anchor w/ 150 ft. of 3/8" chain & swivel
Fortress FX-23 aluminum anchor w/ 50 ft. of 3/8" chain &150 ft. of nylon rode
25 Ft. Anchor Chain Snubber
Walk thru transom with sugar scoop stern
Helm seat hinges back providing access to swim platform
Stainless steel telescoping swim ladder
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Max Bridge Clearance||58.75ft|
|Length at Waterline||37.83ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||3 x 50 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||50 gal ()|
|Holding Tank||2 x 20 gal ()|