This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $199,900  originally $238,000
  • Sail / Sloop
  • Hunter / 37
  • 2016 / Used
  • 39' / 13'
  • Yanmar 3YM30AE-C
  • 29 hp
  • Diesel
  • 3 Blade Propeller

Sloop 2016 Hunter 37 listed by Cruising Yachts, Inc. (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $199,900
  • Powered by single Yanmar 3YM30AE-C / 29 hp
  • Off Market since Apr 13th 2018

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Deo Volente is a beautiful 2016 Marlow Hunter 37. Original owners has thoroughly enjoyed her and now hasdecided to open the next chapter of their life.



Powered by Yanmar 29 SD, she has been upgraded with a LEAD Fin Keel, carrying astandard batten main and furling jib. The Captainwill bepleased with a 2KW radar / eS128 touch screen chartplotter, Autopilot and AIS Transceiver. Hang out on the hook and dont worry, you have a Silent Wind 400 Generator tokeep your batteries topped off !

The Marlow Hunter 37 was introduced to the market in 2014. She is a stunning cruiser that is larger than any of her competitors and by far the largest volume sailboat on the market under 40 feet. The updated window line gives this yacht a sleek feel, but the improvements dont end there. The Glenn Henderson hull design still reflects the bow hollow and stern reflex but the design has been improved upon with a hard hull chine featuring a wider beam carried further aft which allows for more space below as well as stability and performance on the water.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Deo Volente

Builder: Marlow Hunter
Designer: Glenn Henderson
Keel: Fin

LOA: 39 ft 9 in
Beam: 13 ft 1 in
LWL: 35 ft 8 in
Length on Deck: 37 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 18995 lbs
Ballast: 5125 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 59 ft 2 in

Total Power: 29 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3YM30AE-C
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 29 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: (85 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (25 Gallons)

Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass


Easy access down a comfortable companionway to a well lighted and vented salon. Full L shaped galley to starboard of companionway with access to the aftqueen berth stateroom with cedar-lined hanging locker and storage shelves and compartments. Port of companionway is a full head (Quietflush head system)with separate step in shower and dual access to master aft stateroom and salon. The salon has a large U shaped dinette to starboard. Table lowers down to convert to a double berth. Adjacent to port is an in line forward facing nav station and a long settee. Forward is a large V Berth stateroom with ample storage in hanging lockers and drawers.

  – 66 head room
  – Cherry finish interior
  – Stereo w/ CD
  – Vizio 32 HD TV w/ Blue Ray player
  – Cream Ultra Leatherette salon cushions
  – (2017) Mattress -- aft queen berth ($2,500)
  – Opening ports with screens
  – Accordion window shades


Large L shaped galley to starboard of companionway with ample storage and working counter surface. Dish rack cabinet with lighting and ventalation

  – Deep double SS sink
  – 2 burner gimbaled LPG stove and oven
  – Microwave
  – Front loading Refrigeration
  – Front loading Freeze
  – Built in Waste bin

Electronics and Electrical

In-line facing Nav Station sits port of companionway. 110 v / 12 v panel at your finger tips with ample space forinstallation of additional electronics. Desk storage and below nav seat.

  – Raymarine i50 Knot and Depth
  – Raymarine iTC-5 Windspeed / point
  – Raymarine p70Linear Autopilot 6002
  – Raymarine 2KW 18 Radar ($2,200)
  – Raymarine eS128 12 touchscreen Chartplotter / GPS ($3,400)
  – VHF Radio
  – AIS 650 Transceiver ($1,200)
  – Compass

Electrical panel is located at the Nav Station

  – 30 amp shore power and cord
  – (2) 4D Batteries for House
  – (1) GP 27 for engine Start
  – 40 amp Battery Charger
  – Galvanic isolator
  – Silent Wind 400 generator w/ custom SS stern post ($3,600)

Yanmar 29 hp 3YM30 (Sail Drive)

  – 3 bladed prop
  – 80 amp Alternator


  – Fuel Tank ..... 50 gal
  – Water Tank ... 85 gal total ( fwd / aft / and 5 gal Hot water heater)
  – Holding Tank ... 25 gal

Rigging and Sails

Selden BR fractional rig with swept backdouble spreader. Lines leading aft to cockpit rope clutches and winches.

  – (2) Lewmar ST #40 2 sp .. halyard winches
  – (2) Lewmar ST #46 2sp .... Primaries
  – Rigid Boom Vang (upgrade $340)
  – Mainsheet purchase system with adjustable traveler mounted to arch
  – FIN KEEL .. LEAD (upgrade $5500)

  – Standard Mainsail , full roach with flaking system and cover
  – 110% furling jib

Deck and Hull

The deck features a sleek, modern profile with large side windows allowing for increased interior light. The deck hatches are flush-mounted, offering an enhanced look that complements the new profile. Lengthening the cockpit has allowed the MH37 to have a cockpit that is roomier and the fold down cockpit table allows the crew to take advantage of more cockpit space. The cockpit of the MH37 also features a fold-down swim platform that extends the already lengthy cockpit another four feet when folded down while the boat is docked or at anchor. Even with the fold-down swim platform, the MH37 has a telescoping stainless steel swim ladder that can be easily beaccessed while the swim platform is up or down. This safety feature not only functions well, providing stable steps for re-boarding the boat, but also hides away, making for a cleaner looking stern. The transom also features a large storage area.

  – Double high SS bow and stern pulpits with built in stern seats
  – Double high life lines ... port and starboard boarding gates
  – Bow Roller, double off set
  – Electric Windlass
  – Rochna #20 (35 lbs) with 100 5/16 chain and 250 rode
  – Royal Blue Hull (gell coat upgrade $3225) w/ gold stripping
  – 2 tone deck with non skid
  – Dodger and Bimini w/ screen valances roll down ($7,800)

To know is to understand !

The new Marlow Hunter has taken a great design to another level ... To understand the features that Glenn Henderson developed into the hull is to read about.


The benefits of the hard chine design is a significant increase in hull form stability. This increased stability allows more sail area to be carried in a given wind condition, plus reducing rolling motion down wind, hence a more comfortable ride and less movement in the sail plan - especially helpful in light to medium wind conditions. The hard chine also aids in upwind tracking ability for improved performance. A further benefit of the hard chine design is increased volume internally allowing more storage and comfort space - primarily in the aft cabin area.


The bow hollow is a concave shape at the bow waterline above and below and just aft of the bowthat accomplishes two good things on a relatively wide beam boat.

Less Resistance . This makes the hull go faster sooner. The top end is limited by the theoretical hull speed but less resistance will allow the boat to get to that speed faster with less power. This will result in better speed in light breezes and greater fuel economy under power.

Reduced Pitching . The concave waterline and sharp bow cuts down on the volume in the forward section. As a boat is moving through choppy water the reduced buoyancy of the hollow shapes stop the bow from rising up with the wave, instead allowing it to cut through the wave. This will result in less pitching or hobby horsing thus creating a more comfortable sail.

STERN REFLEX . If you examine the hull underbody in profile, you will notice a subtle S shape in he stern. The underbody actually begins to return to a flatter line at the stern. This does two things.

  – It flattens out the stern wave, reducing drag.
  – It forces the stern wave to form further aftto artificially produce a longer waterline.

Both of these effects increase the boats speed potential. In light air, it allows the water to separate from the hull earlier because the curve is steeper at that point. Stern turbulence is almost none existent when under way. Look over the transom when sailing and youll notice how clean the wake is. Less disturbed water = less resistance which means more efficient sailing.

Items excluded from sell of vessel

  – Decoratitions


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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