One of the last Hunter Channel 32's produced and benefitting from lots of customer feedback, re-assuringly chunky cruiser with the performance to out sail a Sigma 33 - As David Thomas said at the time "I have leant something in the 30 odd years since the Sigma design hit the water!"
A well specified family cruiser for decent passage making, with many options for ease of handling. One owner from new, cruised the Solent, made several Channel crossings to Cherbourg and the Channel Islands. He has also done some ISC club racing and competed in the Inshore Round The Island Race. An ideal family sailing boat.
Hull & deck in white GRP. Deck laid to non-slip. Fibreglass raised toe rail.
SS pulpit, Push-pit, stanchions & guard wires. Single SS. bow roller leading to self-draining anchor locker with Hi Blade plough anchor chain & warp. Simson Lawrence electric windlass plus rope drum.
Fwd, central & aft aluminium mooring cleats. Raised coach roof full length, fwd opening hatch. Self-tacking jib track, Genoa tracks & cars. 2x teak grab rail on coach roof. Lines led aft through coamings to rope clutches, 2x Lewmar ST16 portside, Lewmar 7 to starboard. Mainsail 3rd reef is operated from the winch on mast.
Navy blue sprayhood with windows in side & top. Sail cover.
Genoa sheets leading to 2x Lewmar ST30 primary winches. Full length mainsheet track with control lines set in cockpit. Tiller steering. Bathing platform with fold-down s.s. bathing ladder & step. Teak grating in cockpit. Special gas locker with space for 2 gas bottles. Outboard bracket storage on push-pit. Sliding companionway hatch with high varnished washboards.
Spars and Sails Anodised aluminium single swept back spreader, mast with lower & cap shrouds. Split backstay with adjustable tackle. Solid rod kicker.
Mechanical & General
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