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Hunter 340
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1 1195 Fri August 7, 1998
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Description: Hunter 340
Keywords: Hunter 340
 


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Review Date: Fri August 7, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Fast, stable sailing. Reaches hull speed (7.2 kn) easily. Swept back spreaders eliminates backstays allowing large roach on mainsail. Mainsail large with two reef points. Fractional 110 jib on roller furling.

All lines lead aft to cockpit, arch keeps mainsheet out of cockpit but permits aft boom attachment, arch also provides stable bimini tie point.

Anchor locker accepts windless. 27 h Yanmar provides adequate power.

Roomy cockpit and cabin, with well designed head and galley. Quarter berth is a overly long double bed size.

Weaknesses: swept back spreaders means mainsail is limited on downwind sailing.

Very satisfied with the boat

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