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2007 H-36

I have a 2007 H-36 and we love it just the way she is ,no not perfect but to each his own.
She is more than a coastal cruiser,I sailed her from montauk,NY to Florida all ocean,only one day ICW in NC and than ocean to Fort Pierce,FL.
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Re: Hunter 36 Pros and Cons?

"However, the hull is thin above the waterline and I sure it will not take a beating for long against any hard objects." Lots of hard objects out there and it only takes one.
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Re: Hunter 36 Pros and Cons?

Nothing brings out internet boat experts like the word Hunter, even if it takes 3+ years for their chance.
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Re: Hunter 36 Pros and Cons?

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"However, the hull is thin above the waterline and I sure it will not take a beating for long against any hard objects." Lots of hard objects out there and it only takes one.
Much better to stay at home. A lot safer for sure.
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