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|Offered By||Horizon Yachts International|
Hunter Legend 410 for sale in Grenada. This 2 cabin version has many upgrades carried out by her conscientious owners who have had her since new. She has never been chartered or raced. She is currently lying in the boatyard with protective polish.
Overall Length 43’5”
Hull Length 41’1”
Waterline Length 37’10”
Maximum Beam 13’10”
Displacement 20,200 lbs
Ballast 7,400 lbs
Mast height (from dwl) 58’5”
Water capacity 145 gallons (US) (549 litres) between 3 tanks with blue caps) One on stern, one on deck to port and one on deck to starboard)
Holding tank 45 gallons capacity (US)
Fuel capacity 50 gallons (US)
B & R large roached fractional rig with lazyjacks. Spars are by Seldon and mast has supporting stainless steel struts and boom vang
115% furling Genoa Profurl furling system
Storm jib made by SKB sails, Falmouth, UK. (For hanking on to removable forestay)
Single line reefing. Three reefing lines led to cockpit
2 Sets of line stoppers and organisers
2 Two speed self tailing Lewmar genoa winches
2 Two speed self tailing Lewmar rigging winches
Additional winch starboard aft with clutch and sheave for genoa furling line
2 Winch handles
Inboard jib tracks with cars
Mainsheet on arch
Stainless steel bow pulpit
Stainless steel stern rails with seats
Double lifelines with 2 gates
Stainless steel handrails
2 tone non-skid deck
Anchor well with electric windless (foot operated).
Dual offset bow anchor rollers
5 cockpit and transom lockers
Integrated swimming platform with Stainless steel telescopic swim ladder
2 Dorade vents
8 Opening hatches
11 opening ports
2 fixed hull ports
4 Dock cleats
2 Spring cleats
Dockside fresh water hook-up
Continuous 360 deg rub-rail with stainless steel insert
One piece hull
Balsa cored hull sides
Kevlar re-enforced hull
Bronze through-hulls under waterline
External lead keel
Balanced spade rudder with composite shaft
Rack & pinion geared Edson steering system, single lever engine control, lighted compass, safety handhold, electronics space, storage and folding cockpit table leaves.
Walk through transom
Hinged helmsman seat
Wrap around combings, Halyard stowage wells, Hot/cold cockpit shower, Manual bilge pump, Stainless steel cockpit arch with Harken traveller on arch, light & speakers.
Raymarine ST-60 knotmeter with log
Raymarine ST-60 depthsounder
Raymarine 7000 series autopilot
Yanmar 56hp 4JH3E diesel, sea water cooled
2 blade propeller
Dockside power with cable
Multiple 110v AC outlets in cabin
AC/DC switch panel
Dual 12V battery switch
Battery charger/inverter (located under port side main cabin seat)
Built in solar panel on deck top
Electrical automatic bilge pump
Shower sump pumps fore and aft
Running lights with steaming, deck and and masthead anchor light
Lights for seacock locations, Cabin lighting (partly converted to LED
Teak interior wood
Hardwood cabin sole
Hanging locker, shelves and drawers
18cm thick innersprung mattress
EnSuite head with shower and vanity
Seacocks and macerator Y valves under bunk
Teak interior wood
Hardwood cabin sole
Dinette converts to double berth
Lockers and shelving both sides
Bottle storage in dinette table
Teak interior wood
Hardwood cabin sole
Large hanging locker
Built in lounging chair
Shelving and drawers
18cm thick large innersprung mattress
Full head with separate shower stall
Macerator Y valve behind headrest
Seacocks under bunk
Corian solid surface countertop
Microwave wiring in place but no microwave (cupboard preferred by owner)
Double stainless steel sink
Hot/cold pressure water
Three burner LPG stove with oven
Separate Fridge and Freezer compartments top opening.
Built-in trash receptacle
A - Genoa roller furling system now has a small winch on the starboard side together with clutch and sheave with webbing strop for easy handling
B - Mainsail cover now zips up at the mast to cater for owner short in stature unable to easily zip at the stern as is usual
C – Moveable inner forestay
D - Raymarine A57 chart plotter fitted in cockpit
E – Front opening fridge sealed up by owner 2002. Preferred top opening.
Further additions made by the owner (Interior)
1 - Yeoman plotter available and wired for use on chart table. Maybe old-fashioned but much used by owner
2 - USB port at chart cable useful for charging small items
3 - Extra large fender in deep locker under forward bunk. Also storm jib in the same locker.
4 - Original single unit for fridge/freezer combined was not sufficient. Air-cooled compressor unit is now for freezer only (located under starboard seating in main cabin). A second water-cooled compressor unit for fridge only is behind the drawers just forward of the cooker starboard side. The inlet for the water cooling is inside the locker under the forward bunk attached to the forward heads pick-up. This was done by Tilikum in Martinique in 2003 and the wiring diagram is in one of the plastic folders books.
4a New fridge pump fitted Feb 2020. Situated under floor near the double sink (sink seacock in same locker)
5 – Separate engine start battery (sealed) is under the chart table seat and is charged by small solar panel forward of the sprayhood
6 – Domestic batteries are 4 - 6V Trojan wired to 12V
7 – Digital Battery monitor display at chart table
8 – A smart regulator is fitted on the panel inside the hinged engine compartment
9 – MPPT regulator fitted in 2011 for the 3 solar panels above the arch. Situated under chart table seat.
10 – Under the stern mattress and behind headrest, there are lockers with torque wrench, spare taps (faucets), 2 lengths of electric cable, spares, tools in toolbox and toolbag etc
11 – Under the floor next to cooker are multiple spares (not necessarily same as marked on the boxes)
12 – Multiple smaller spares are under the forward cabin mattress.
13 – 1 Par freshwater pump, 1 Macerator pump and 1 Flojet fridge pump 24V on top of forward cabin wardrobe
14– Main cabin shelf on port side contains 3 plastic folders with written info and instructions for the various items of equipment, including a Raymarine instrument file. Also a Dark blue Hunter file and a Yanmar factory book specific to the 4JH3E engine
15 – Under floor space under main cabin table has oil,, coolant, plastic battery filler etc
16 – Under forward cabin small seat we believe there is a man overboard light, emergency aerial, starter motor, foghorn, 110V toaster, ships bell.
17 – The A57 chart plotter is stored separately in a drawer in the forward cabin
18 – 2 Life jacket harnesses and tethers in forward cabin drawers
19 – Fluxgate compass for autopilot is situated under main cabin table near water tank (we think)
20 – Cutlery, cooking pans, bowls, cups, storage boxes in Galley area
21 – Full set of fly screens for hatches and ports
1 – The rigging has been replaced at intervals as advised by Louis at Turbulence who will have the records
2 - Fuel polishing system. Filter for this is in stern locker outside cockpit starboard side . The valve handle next to the filter allows diesel to flow to the engine in the vertical position whilst the horizontal position shuts it off from the engine to allow the diesel to ‘polish’ through the tank and filter. The switch is at the chart table. You can hear the pump running in the stern.
3 – 180ft of main anchor chain 3/8” new 2019 with Delta 44lb anchor new 2017
4 – Fortress kedge anchor (not assembled) in locker outside cockpit starboard side
5 - Solid steps for Marina/dock use stored in locker as in 4
6 – Jacobs ladder for man overboard in locker as in 4 & 5
7 – Extra length nylon snubber with armoured plastic covering for anchoring (with 3/8”grab hook amongst spares) in outside cockpit locker port side
8– Long length of chain and rope stored in purpose-made soft bag for shackling onto Bruce anchor at bow in locker as in 7
9 –Dinghy boarding steps to aid transferring from sea to dinghy in locker as in 7 & 8.
10 – Starboard locker inside cockpit contains miscellaneous items (polishes, oils etc) but also contains bosuns chair and solar shower at the back of locker high up.
11 – Stern starboard side locker within cockpit contains 4 x 5 US Gallon diesel containers, dinghy pump etc, and emergency tiller in dedicated clips. This slots in for use under screwed plastic cover under hinged helmsmans seat
12 – Corresponding locker port side contains manual pump (handle fits into slot on outside of locker and is usually stored in well forward of the wheel). Also contains ropes, sheets, bucket, etc
13 – Fenders stored in aft lockers outside cockpit.
14 – Storm jib already referred to fits on moveable inner forestay. It is taken forward to strong point for use and is hanked on.
15 – Full bimini and sprayhood (believe spray dodger in US). Bimini, which is arch-mounted, has been replaced with new in sections over the years. Martin Brown at Turbulence stores all our sails and canvas and has replaced all the canvas over the years
16 – Dinghy ‘Dabchick’ is a Caribe L9 (2009) Serial No.VE-EMD L90230808 (stored under boat in large grey purpose-made bag. Dinghy has been serviced by Donal in Grenada.
17 – There are 2 – Outboard engines for the dinghy (ie one spare) stored by the engineers in the yard. One is a Mercury 2.5HP Model ME 2.5M Serial No.OT 717967. Other is a Tohatsu 3.5HP Model M3.5 B2 3FO Serial No.007939XG
18 – Solar panels. There are three large fixed panels on top of the cockpit arch and in addition 2 flexible solar panels which fit on deck studs (one forward of mast starboard side and one forward of sprayhood starboard side. Cable for these fits into deck plug adjacent to mast base. These are usually sufficient for normal electrical needs (inc fridge & freezer) at anchor for a few days without resorting to engine
19 – Underwater hull was completely stripped down by Grenada Marine in 2019 (Due to a build-up of antifoul). It was decided to take the opportunity to apply EPOXY at this time
20 – Masthead anchor light now converted to LED
21 – Autopilot box is situated on boxed space in middle of the aft outside cockpit locker
22 - 2- Harnesses and tethers in main cockpit locker
23 - Life jackets are in portside locker within cockpit
24 – Liferaft is attached to the stern starboard side on stainless steel quick-launching system. This is a 4 man valise with navy cover. Serviced in Grenada by Donal. Papers kept in one of the plastic folder books.
25 - Spare alternator
|Fresh Water Tank||3 x 145 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||50 gal ()|
|Holding Tank||45 gal ()|