This 1984 Cherubini Hunter 37 is an amazing vessel. She was built well enough to cross the Atlantic Ocean as many have done. Down below you have two private cabins, one forward and one aft, a head with a seperate shower, a drop-leaf dinette table, a galley with a two-burner stove and an icebox that can be accessed from the cockpit while under way. The one-piece mast is keel-stepped and the headsail is a roller furling, while the staysail is boom-mounted. The mast has been cut to 47.5-ft and will clear all bridges.
Please contact Randall Hinely at 850 897 4150
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Bygger: Hunter Marine
Designer: John Cherubini
Kjøl: fin kjøl
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Bom: 11 ft 8 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 1 in
Avvik: 17800 lbs
Ballast: 6850 lbs
The interior is very traditional, spacious and has some nice features. The aft cabin is a very good sea cabin which modern designs lack. Main salon settee converts to a double, and there is significant storage behind settees and above as well. The galley has a 2 burner Origo alcohol stove, microwave, ice box and sink. To port of the galley is the nav station with VHF and the stereo located above. Forward of the main salon is the head to starboard with a large separate shower stall. Moving forward from that is the V-berth with ample storage.
VHF Marine IC-M422
MXD55 CD Weather Receiver Stereo
2012 Replaced salon and berth (both) cushions and pillows (foam) and had Sail Lady in Destin make new covers.
Replaced GPS/Depth sounder.
Freeboard, boot stripe, and transom repainted (Awl-grip two-part sprayed on at Freeport boatyard).
Replaced the rudder and the thru-hulls
Replace all of the portlights (5 - Newfound Metal, 1 – stainless steel).
Replaced the stuffing box.
Replaced 5-gallon blackwater bladder with an ~35-gallon tank molded into the hull (beneath the V-berth).
2014 Hot water heater was replaced. Also replaced hoses and piping for exhaust/raw water mixing
2015 Boat was hauled out, the cutlass strut was re-attached and sealed and a new bearing installed.
Drive shaft was also sent to machine shop for trueing.
Bottom was scraped, sanded and repainted.
2016 Local Shipwright took 26” off the top and 4” off the bottom of the mast, yielding a 47.5-ft air draft for the boat
The standing and running rigging was re-done at the same time as the mast work
Replaced the anchor, deck, and steaming lights with LEDs
New wiring ran inside mast (there is an extra wire not being used for electronics at the masthead if someone wants to add something).
2019 Seller has been working at repainting the topsides and deck this year; using Interlux 1-part paint (rolling and tipping) – was planning one or maybe even two more coats, as weather allows.
Shurr sails in Pensacola made a new, loosed-footed main (2016) and a new “yankee-cut” jib (2017). The inner staysail was made by Emerald sails in Shalimar (2012). The jib is made to be hanked on to the forestay (my preference in sail management). The inner staysail is club-footed and self-tacking (makes it much easier to single-hand the boat). Re-routing the reefing on the main is currently taking place. Lower reef is completed.
Two 50-lb CQR-type anchors and one 50-lb danforth-type anchor
13 feet if chain (~75 feet 3/8-in, ~38 5/16-in) and 160 feet of 5/8-in 3-strand twisted anchor rode (storm/hurricane anchoring system to augment the anchor (danforth-type)
46 feet of chain and ~200 feet of anchor rode on-board at present.
200 feet of dual-braid nylon line
Hardware/pulleys for a 4:1 advantage on the chair.
Miscellaneous blocks, fittings, hardware, and teak trim pieces.
The Company 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.