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Hunter Legend 430
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1 1213 Mon January 6, 1997
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Description: Hunter Legend 430
Keywords: Hunter Legend 430
 


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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Mon January 6, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Terrific boat for coastal cruising and liveaboard while retaining good performance characteristics. Has low maintenance but attractive exterior and lots of teak belowdecks.
Fractional rig sloop, LOA 42'6"", LWL 38', Beam 14', draws only 4'11", guests really like the 2 cabins each w/head. Dependable Yanmar 50hp, displaces 23,800 lbs., powerful full batten-full roach main & 110 roller furling jib, cruises @ 7 kts (8kt. max speed). Easy to sail with running rigging leading to cockpit (aft), turns in own length, very roomy, big refrig & freezer, 6.5 kw genset, solar battery charger, Autohelm 7000 seatalk electronics. 2 people can sail her easily, motorized winch raises mainsail effortlessly, sails well to the wind (25 to 30 degrees).

Radar arch creates challenge for dodger design but I finally found one that works well. I would like to hear from anyone who has installed a 4kw radar on a Hunter.

Boat is a good solution to the sometimes different preferences of males and females (boat performance and/or comfort).









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