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Quick Look: Hunter 39

Alvah Simon reviews this fresh design for the 2010 Cruising World Sailboat Show in our January 2010 issue

December 23, 2009
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The Hunter 39 provides a fresh look with its redesigned topside. And with its length-to-beam ratio of 3:1 and ample headroom throughout, the interior layout is designed to provide all the comforts of home as well.
Standout features above deck are twin helms that provide unbeatable visibility; convenient open-cockpit entry aft; and Hunter’s signature B&R rig, with its overhead traveler arch. This configuration, combined with “wraparound” placement of winches and sail controls, creates a safe and workable helm station.

The interior offers an athwartship owner’s cabin aft, a V-berth cabin forward, an L-shaped galley, spacious dining and lounging areas, and a standard flat-screen television. The boat will be at home in coastal or near offshore waters as a comfortable and stylish family cruiser and is big enough to set out on even longer voyages.

Specs

LOA 39′ 5″
LWL 34′ 8″
Beam 12′ 11″
Draft 5′ 0″/6′ 6″
Sail Area 702 sq. ft.
Displacement 18,501 lb.
Water 75 gal.
Fuel 36 gal.
Engine 40-hp. Yanmar
Designer Glenn Henderson/
Hunter Design Team
Price $195,900
Hunter Marine
(800) 771-5556
www.huntermarine.com

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