September Price Drop Now $114,000 The sail plan for the 38 features an in-mast roller furling system and an anodized B & R double spreader fractional rig with Selden support struts on a conventional mast. Most of the power comes from the mainsail, versus relying on a large jib. HKT Kevlar is used to reinforce the low drag and robust hull. Attention was given to the volumetric distribution of the hull to even out pressures of water movement, utilizing the rudder as a major lift component along with the keel. In a boat this size, interior comfort and styling is another key component to customer satisfaction. A large salon with 6'6" headroom is framed in solid teak, with an Everwear laminate teak and holly sole. The master aft stateroom features a large berth, built-in lounging seats and shelves, abundant compartment storage, and twin cedar-lined hanging lockers, while the V-berth guest suite includes two cedar-lined hanging lockers with shelves. There is also a floorplan option that splits the aft stateroom into two separate staterooms. The head includes both a private entry door from master and a hall entry, standing shower and built-in vanity. Galley standards include Corian counter tops, deep stainless dual sink, two burner stove, convection and microwave oven. A high-gloss dining table and upholstered designer-style seating converts to a twin berth for more overnight accommodations. The built-in navigation station is also provided with plenty of room for electronics. The end result is an exceptionally comfortable interior layout that maximizes living space and storage.
The new 38 will also feature Hunter's first inclusion of Flexiteek, a sturdy composite PVC material with the rich look and feel of teak, but without the time, hassle and expense of maintenance. Flexiteek is used in the cockpit, cabin floor, seats and transom, and not only has aesthetic value, but Peterson reports it also makes the boat a lot quieter.
Blue water specialist with 50,000 miles at sea
Please contact Andy Lee at 904 264 9100
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Designer: Glen Henderson
Flaggstat: United States
LOA: 38 ft 2 in
Bom: 12 ft 11 in
LWL: 34 ft 8 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 0 in
Avvik: 17674 lbs
Ballast: 6133 lbs
Klarering til bro: 60 ft 9 in
Total Power: 40 HP
Drev type: Direkte drev
Engine Power: 40 HP
Antall enkeltkøyer: 3
Antall kabiner: 2
Antall toalett: 1
Antall sitteplasser: 8
The Hunter 386 boasts a very large aft stateroom. The bed is athwart ships with a headboard and inner spring mattress. There is ample storage at both the head and foot of the bed. You may enter the stateroom from aft of the galley or through the large head. The head has a seperate stand up shower with toilet and vanity beside it.
The galley is along the starboard hull with a propane gas stove very large top loading refrigerator and freezer. There is plenty of dry storage behind the stove and fridge. In floor storage in the galley allows you to stow away the large items such as pots and pans. A microwave oven and plenty of work surfaces along with double deep sinks make the galley fully functional.
Opposite the galley is the navigation station with all control panels, Raymarine RC70 Chartplotter, solar panel controls, tank monitor, radios, battery controls and generator controls. Forward port side is a settee with AC unit and battery under the seat. Starboard side is the large dinette with storage. Under the seats is a hot water heater.
Forward is a private berth with large hanging lockers and for a convenience a vanity.