18 HP Yanmar, 4'6" wing keel, depth sounder, log speedometer, compass, GPS, VHF, DVD player, radio, new cockpit stereo speakers, cockpit cushions, wind speed & direction, new running rigging (2019), fully battened furling mainsail reworked by Kerr Sailmakers (2020), furling genoa 110%, genoa 130%, new bimini (2019), pedestal cover, life jackets, extra lines, Hand Held GPS, Garmin GPS III, cockpit shower, walk through transom, steering wheel, electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump, hot water, microwave oven, battery charger, marine head, A/C, shore power inlet, swim ladder, spray hood. Very clean and impeccably maintained.
Stock Description: Hunter's hallmark of innovation coupled with over 25 years of experience results in a safe, easy-to-sail, and comfortable boat: the Hunter 320, one of the most advanced midsize cruisers available. A creative layout boasts two private staterooms with solid privacy bulkheads, not just curtains. The head room in the master stateroom is excellent, and the queen-size berth is accompanied by two hanging lockers and plenty of stowage. A spacious, well designed salon abounds with plenty of seating and storage. The teak-trimmed galley is complete - right down to the dishware - and offers a stove and microwave oven along with an insulated icebox or optional refrigerator - freezer. Aft is a large head complemented with a Corian-topped vanity with storage and full shower. Topsides, there is a wealth of innovations and features normally found on much larger boats. The rig, for instance, is a powerful B&R backstayless rig that allows easier sail handling with the large roach main and small jib. Hunter has even reduced the weight aloft by utilizing strategically placed mast struts and smaller mast sections; this gives less pitching and rolling as well as a stronger rig. The Hunter 320 sports a low profile and long waterline, giving her superb performance both on and off the wind. Hunter has also included its signature stainless steel arch that keeps the boom up and clear of the crew as well as keeping the cockpit clear of the mainsheet and traveler. The arch also makes a great attachment point for the optional Bimini and allows for sturdy handholds when crew move around the large cockpit. Even the console is custom, which allows for electronics, drink holders, storage, and a pair of filp-up tables.