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Old 03-18-2009
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Purchasing Hunter 466

G'day,

Getting serious about purchasing a 2002 Hunter 466, full keel, cutter rig and seems to be set up for Blue Water and extended time at sea. Could we do passages to Med. or South Pacific? Please provide pro/con concerning the Hunter 466 that you may have.

Not able to get on the Hunter Forum, so I am encouraged to find this group.

Thank you for your respected opinion.

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what did you think of the 466 in BVI i see it is still for sale
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Why can't you access the Hunter forum? It is open access just as is this one. There are many owners there with whom you can discuss their experience with the boat. It always helps to get direct info rather than rely on the "he said/she said" stuff we often see quoted on generic forums.
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