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Hi everyone,
I lost my buy of my 28 pearson 3 weeks ago. Stopped searching. And, then of course there is always a friend of a friend who is selling a boat. Well, this boat is a 1996 Hunter 336. I haven't researched this boat because Hunter wasn't one of my first choices in sail boats. Anyway, I'm going to look at it next week and wondered if any one had any input on this year and model as well as price ranges. Pros and cons of a Hunter.
Thanks to all who responded on my last try.
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Hunter's have never impressed me much, a friend of a friend of mine has one. I'm not positive it's a 336, it might be a 31, but he paid $70k about 2 years ago. It's very nice, but doesn't feel very stout. Probably great for Florida and a couple of Margaretta's, but that's about it. Although they do have wing type keels with the bulb, which might help to keep the blender from tipping over. Can you tell you tell I'm not a Hunter fan? Over priced, yuppie, weekender boats. Sorry, but you asked.
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Thanks for the input. And, I did ask. Great reply.
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Older Hunters, with the exception of the Cherubini variants, are generally not all that highly regarded. YMMV.
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