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Anyone know where I might find sailplain and interior plan for a 1991 Hunter 30?

I have looked all over the net and not having much luck.
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Let's see if this works:

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Thanks very much. I was trying to find out if there indeed was a hanging closet in the v-birth.
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No worries,

There is a hanging closet on the starboard side (cedar lined)

on the port side there is a cabinit with three shelves in it.

The v-berth on a Hunter 30T (I have one, for sale... ) is relatively small.

Good enough for one person <5'3"

The aft berth on the other hand i very large for a 30 foot boat, very comfortable for two grown ups.

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For a 30T brochure (including sail plan) check out HunterMarine.com, click "Our Fleet" and select the 30T from the drop down list...
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I scanned the sail plan from my 1994 Hunter 30T as a PDF if you would like.
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