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The Forward Guest Stateroom features a double V-berth that sleeps two persons.
The Main Salon features a U-shaped convertible dinette/settee on the port side followed by the fully equipped Galley with Corian counters.
The Aft Master Stateroom is aft of the galley and boasts a queen size berth and two hanging lockers.
There is a settee on the starboard side of the Salon directly across from the Dinette, followed by the Navigation Station and the Private Bathroom complete with a shower, shower seat and privacy door.
The B&R rig, utilized on the Hunter 380, eliminates the need for a backstay to allow for a more efficient mainsail shape. Fixed backstays are commonly being designed out of today's performance-oriented boats to allow the mainsail to incorporate a full roach design a more aerodynamic shape both for racing and cruising performance.
To accomplish this, the B&R rig has 30 degree swept spreaders, creating
120 degrees between each rigging point. This tri-pod arrangement has excellent strength for sailboat rigs, and has been used for years to support huge radio towers.
The latest advancement to the B&R rig is the addition of mast struts. These struts stabilize the lower section of the mast, allowing compression loads to be spread, reducing the point loading at ttle mast base. They also create a strong point for the boom and spinnaker pole loadings. The struts function also allow us to use a smaller mast section reducing weight aloft to decrease the heeling and pitching moments, making for a more comfortable ride. Additionally, they provide a secure handhold when going forward.
The large main, small jib, sail plan also eliminates the need for large overlapping headsails (genoas), as the, driving power comes from the much improved shape and size of the mainsail. This allows for an easier tacking small jib, creating good performance and more comfortable sailing as it is less work for the crew.
The Listing Brokerage offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
3600 South Harbor Blvd, Suite 113
Channel Islands Harbor
Oxnard, CA 93035-4136