Jan Guthrie Yacht Brokerage
3248 Elwood Drive    ........... Racine, WI 53406
262-554-1370 ................ fax 262-554-1371
In Illinois cell 847-338-8808

1985 Hunter 34
Sold - call for similar listings or to sell your current boat

Hunter 34 under sail  This is one of the most popular designs Hunter ever made.  A great sailing boat that still does well in club racing, it features a roomy cabin with two private staterooms with lots of storage. All of the interior cushions have been completely recovered in 1994, in a rich deep blue fabric that gives the interior a nice traditional appearance.   .Click here for larger view of salon

Starting forward, the comfortable vee berth has a removable filler for extra room and easier access.  Small shelves line each side of the cabin for your glasses, books and other "little things".   A large overhead hatch adds light and ventilation. There is a roomy hanging locker to port, with two more storage cabinets built in to starboard, two large drawers under the berth, and two easily accessible racks for your larger items.

The previous owner designed and built a unique restraint system to keep small children, or sails, or other equipment safely contained in the vee berth while sailing or sleeping.

Next aft is the head.  To starboard is the head itself with the shower and shower sump with a teak grate.  Shower has a fold down teak seat for comfort and safety, that secures against the bulkhead when not in use.  She has hot and cold pressure water. Across from the head is the sink and vanity part of the head, with mirror, hot and cold water, and more storage both behind and beneath the sink itself.Click here for larger image of Hunter 34 1984 galley

Next aft is the salon.  There is a face to face dinette on the starboard side that converts easily to a double berth for extra guests by lowering the table and using the filler cushions. The table also has a small has a two burner gimballed alcohol stove with oven,  a double S.S. sink with hot and cold pressure water, a generous icebox with AC refrigeration new in 2004, a microwave and lots of storage. There are lights over the counters where you need them, and more opening ports for light and ventilation. A great galley to work in.

To port of the companionway is the nav station with the "usual" underlid storage for your working area. On the outside panel is the AC DC breaker panel, the Loran, the Stereo and the VHF, plus plenty of room for any equipment you would like to add in the future.

Aft of the companionway is the rear stateroom with a generous double berth with filler cushion, opening hatch and ports for ventilation and plenty of room to dress in privacy.  The bulkhead between the nav station and the aft stateroom is louvered and opens, as is the folding teak door for generous ventilation and privacy at the same time.

The engine is located directly under the companionway and have very easy access for maintenance. For those quick checks, the top of the engine enclosure is hinged and just lifts up, and the section with the stairs attached lifts completely out. 
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2 fans mounted in the cabin for additional ventilation.

Features at-a-glance
LOD .................... 34' 5"
Beam .................... 11' 7"
Draft ...................... 5' 6"
Displacement ...................... 11, 250 lbs. approx.

Autohelm 3000 autopilot, Click here for larger image Class C EPIRP, President VHF radio, Signet depth sounder, Sea Ranger Loran, Jensen AM/FM CD stereo (new in 2005) with hard wired cockpit remote control, waterproof cockpit speakers, Signet speedo and knot log,

Sails and Rigging
Full battened Dacron mainsail, Second mainsail is large roach full batten mylar (new in 1998), 110 Dacron genoa, 155 Dacron genoa (new in 2000), 170 Dacron genoa, storm jib, adjustable whisker pole, full spinnaker pole and gear, ChuteScoop for spinnaker (new in 2004),

New main halyard (not yet installed), boom vang,

Deck and Hull
Dodger with cockpit awning that attaches to the dodger and the split backstays, there is a cockpit enclosure that zips to the awning, Edson pedestal wheel steering with engine controls, hinged screen door for the companionway, custom cockpit cushions, permanently mounted manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit, emergency tiller, adjustable length handle deck brush, VC-17 bottom paint, Polyglow fiberglass treatment on the hull (both above the waterline and on the foredeck), extra Polyglow treatment and cleaner, chafe protection for docklines, Bosun chair, radar reflector, fenders and docklines, 6 lifejackets, 1 lifering, navigation lights.

Two blade feathering Max Prop (new in 2001). This prop is top quality and significantly increases sailing speed, and handling under power. Bruce anchor and Fortress anchors with chain and rodes, screens for hatches and ports,

Engine and Mechanical
1985 Yanmar 3 cylinder diesel 3GMF with fresh water cooling.   Battery charge status meter for each battery mounted in the cabin, new pressure water system pump in 2004, 3 battery system with 2 house batteries and 1 starting battery, 40 amp TrueCharge battery charger (smart charger), 12V ships system and 110V shore power system, dockside power cables,

New head with ALL new associated hoses installed in 2003, water heater with 110V and engine heat exchanger

Spare water pump impeller, spare oil filters and oil, spare fuel filters (both pre-filter and engine mounted filter), drain hose and bypass connector for water heater winterization, spare Autohelm drive belt, spare alternator and water pump belts, spare replacement fabric for the cabin cushions, spare bilge pump, extra flax for the stuffing box,

The DC refrigeration system (which was partially removed in order to install the AC system) in included with the boat.


Safety Equipment
Custom winter storage cradle, winter cockpit cover 
Manuals for all equipment, original boat manual, engine manual

This owner is already shopping for his next boat.   Email for more pictures ...... inside and out !!