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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $39,000
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Hunter / Vision 32
  • 1989 / Used
  • 32' / 11'11"
  • 1989 Yanmar 3GM30F
  • Diesel

Cruisers 1989 Hunter Vision 32 listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $39,000
  • Powered by single Yanmar 3GM30F
  • Off Market since Dec 8th 2014

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Here's an affordable and roomy, really well equipped and continuously upgraded cruiser that invites you to to slip the dock lines and go sailing at a moment's notice..

Ease of sailing is the hallmark of this Hunter Vision 32. Between her unstayed mast, in boom furling, uncluttered side decks and walk thru transom, nothing could be simpler to handle than ANOU-II. Down below, there's a panoramic interior, thanks to an open floorplan that maximizes living space. ANOU-II is loaded with gear, including a new bimini and dodger, folding wheel, electric windlass, autopilot, solar panels, and a dinghy and outboard with davits.

Boat Name
Anou II

Specs
Keel: Bulb

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Additional Information

Builder/Designer

Builder: Hunter Marine Designer: Hunter Design Group

LOA: 32 feet

LWL: 28.75 feet

Beam: 11.33 feet
Displacement: 11400 pound

Bridge Clearance: 53 feet

Ballast: 4500 pound

Engine: Yanmar Engine Model: 3GM30F

Tankage

Fuel: 21.5 gallon

Water: 42 gallon

Accommodations
In designing the Vision series, Hunter took an open approach to the layout of the interior. Further enhancing this feeling are expansive wrap-around windows. A V-berth forward is separated from the salon by curtains that can be pulled back when the area is not in use. Instead of having two settees opposite each other, as in traditional designs, the salon settee runs continuously from one side to the other to encourage lounging. Rather than intrude into the salon at the foot of the companionway, the galley runs along the port side of the boat, with the refrigeration cleverly situated on centerline to do double duty as both a place to lean against when cooking in a seaway and an extension of the galley work area. Opposite and to starboard is a large head and shower compartment. There's also a spacious aft cabin to port, just aft of the galley.

Nature's Head composting toilet (new 2011)
Ventilators in galley, aft cabin, and forward cabin
Aft cabin cushions changed 2009
Forward cabin cushions changed 2010

NEW salon portlights 2013

NEW hull liner in aft cabin 2013

6-foot, 3-inch headroom

Galley
Force 10 LPG 2-burner stove, 20-lbs. propane tank, solenoid valve and gas detector (new 2008)
Adler-Barbour refrigerator (new 2009), connected to battery bank 2 (bypassing electrical panel)

NEW microwave oven 2013
Stainless steel sinks
Water tank 42 gallons (starboard filling cap in anchor well); additional water tank of 13.5 gallons at end of forward cabin (port filling cap in anchor well) (2011), using washdown pump and 1/2-inch hose at end of forward cabin to transfer to main tank
Pressure water in galley, head, and cockpit shower, cold water circuit; hot water circuit is disconnected and water heater (110V and engine heat exchanger) under center seat was removed but can be reactivated
Dickinson propane barbecue and 10-lbs. propane tank (2006)
Origo Heat Pal alcohol heater
Main salon folding table sits 8
Folding cockpit table (new 2006)

Electronics
Standard Horizon 180i GPS with charts covering Canadian East Coast, U.S. East Coast and the Caribbean down to Venezuela (2011)
Autohelm 4000 autopilot, w/remote
Datamarine log and depth sounder (original, sounder electronics changed 2007)
VHF radio
AM/FM/CD/MP3 player (2013)

Electrical
1 starting battery (bank 1) (new 2010)
2 Group 31 service batteries (bank 2) (new 2010)
Guest 110V AC and 12V DC electrical management system
2 Kyocera solar panels, 130 watts each; 30-amp regulator (2008 and 2009), connected to battery bank 2
Lewmar 1000 series electric windlass and washdown pump (new 2011), connected to battery bank 1

Sails Rigging
Forespar Leisurefurl boom furling system (2005)
Full-batten mainsail
Hood roller furling
110 percent jib (edges redone 2011)
Asymmetrical spinnaker

Deck
Bulwagga 27-lbs. primary anchor with 150 feet of 5/16-inch chain and 50 feet of 5/8-inch 3-strand nylon rope
Danforth secondary anchor with 50 feet of 5/16-inch chain and 200 feet of 5/8-inch 3-strand nylon rope
Quickset 22-lbs. and small Danforth anchors
Dinghy Davits (new 2010)
Aquasens 9-foot inflatable dinghy (new 2010)
Suzuki 2.5 HP 4-stroke outboard engine (new 2007)
Edson folding wheel (new 2009)
Dodger, bimini and connector and pedestal cover NEW 2103
Milwaukee 28V angle drill with winch key, 2 battery packs, and 110V charger
5 5-gallon diesel jerry cans; 2 2.5-gallon gasoline cans; 2 6-gallon water tanks

Other
27 HP Yanmar 3GM 30F fresh-water cooled engine; diesel hoses and fresh water pump (new 2012)
Volvo no maintenance rubber stuffing box (new 2011)

PHRF rating - NE basic: 171
Sail area: 567 sq. ft.
I = 33'0"; J = 8'3"; P = 43'9"; E = 16'0"

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