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Which Mid size hunter is the best value for the $
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One other question, how would you rate a Hunter 28 to a Cat 30
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I suggest you go to the Hunter owners web site and look at the reviews posed there or simply ask there for opinions from people who actually have owned this model.
There is nothing inherently bad about Hunters or this specific model. The internet and this particular forum are great places to get opinions from people who want to sound authoritative.
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Hunter 28 blisters

I have been looking at Hunter 28 and have had problems with the bottoms on these boats. The two that I looked at were 1991 and both had 1000's of blisters! Most were dime to quarter size but some were dollar to softball size. the owners patched the larger ones. These boats needed to have the bottoms peeled, dried and resealed which cost !000's of dollars which the ownders were unwilling to reduce the price for. Make sure to get a good survey before purchase of any boat!!
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