3248 Elwood Drive ........... Racine, WI 53406
262-554-1370 ................ fax 262-554-1371
In Illinois cell 847-338-8808
1986 Legend Hunter 40
A great liveaboard layout with two private staterooms and two heads. The master stateroom is aft with a large centerline island queen bed. There are two large hanging lockers and lots of other storage for the necessities of of life. There is private access to the head with shower and great ventilation. There are a couple of opening hatches and several opening ports in the aft cabin for light and ventilation. There is storage on both sides of the cabin, with a huge storage area under the berth itself. She has made custom fitted bedding (sheets, comforters and pillow with shams) that will go with the boat.
As you move forward, the aft head is to port of the companionway and the walk through galley is to starboard. The head itself is new in 2003. The mahogany seat hinges up for access to the head and down to provide seating while showering. There is a S.S. sink, storage shelf and cabinet stowage, fluorescent light and overhead 12V light, opening port with privacy curtain and screen, more storage protected by sliding Plexiglas panel and a large mirror.
The walk through U-shaped galley is very usable. There is a refrigerator with freezer built into the aft bulkhead and a large icebox further forward. She has a 3 burner gimbaled CSI CNG stove with oven, a built in microwave, a custom mounted toaster over/coffee maker/hot plate, a double stainless steel sink, and hot and cold pressure water and manual fresh water pump. There is lots of storage and plenty of counter space.
The engine is in a compartment that forms the base of the companionway. It is accessible from all four sides. This make routine maintenance and inspection a breeze. On top of the engine compartment and behind the companionway steps are a series of little shelves, very handy for storing all those little things that you like to have accessible from the cockpit.
Next forward and to port is the aft facing nav station with plenty of space for all the electronics. This location at the base of the companionway makes it most accessible from the cockpit.
The main salon features a huge wrap around dining area to starboard and a settee to port. The port settee easily converts into a spacious berth, and the dinette also could sleep an additional guest. There is a teak and holly cabin sole, white walls with hardwood trim, giving the the cabin an open yet traditional feeling. The Weems and Plath bronze clock and barometer add to the warmth of the cabin. There is storage everywhere, in the table for wine and silverware .. behind and above the cushions. Two solar vents (one has a Nicad battery and operates 24/7), 2 opening hatches and 6 opening ports make this a very comfortable salon in any conditions.
The forward cabin is a guest stateroom with a generous vee berth with foam mattress, private access to the head with shower, two large hanging lockers and plenty of room to dress and read in privacy. With two opening overhead hatches, accent lights and reading lights, this is a very light and airy stateroom.
The forward head has a shower with a teak grate and sump, S.S. sink and plenty of storage. It has an opening port to keep it well ventilated and great lighting.
Autohelm depth sounder and knotmeter with trip and log, West Marine wind speed and direction indicator, VHF radio, AM/FM stereo with CD system, chart table with nav light, under table storage. The 25 amp automatic battery charger is permanently mounted under the nav station. She has a Maxxima mini componet stereo with speaker in the cockpit and in the salon.
Deck and Hull
Custom Sunbrella dodger, bimini cover, side rain panel and pedestal cover
teak cockpit seats, canvas helm cover,
padded folding cockpit chair
zippered companionway screen for dodger
suction cup hull hand hold for cleaning
varnished teak drink holder for helm
starboard and starboard cockpit speaker
5 cockpit seat cushions
8 life jackets
Ritchie lighted compass with sunshield on the pedestal at the helm
Leather wrapped steering wheel
Pedestal mounted folding teak table
10' Aluminum adjustable boat hook
15' Aluminum adjustable boat hook
Safety netting on all lifeline and stanching on the toerail
Lifesling man overboard retrieval system
closed cell life ring mounted on stern pulpit
outboard motor mount on stern pulpit
VHF antenna is mounted on the stern pulpit
boarding swim ladder
large anchor locker on foredeck with installed reel for anchor locker on the lid
anchor rode with chain
Bruce type anchor
hinged mahogany cockpit seats
4 teak handrails
4 custom made West Marine dock lines including spring lines
3 fenders with blue cloth covers
U.S. flag and flag pole
Steel storage cradle
Engine & Mechanical
Inboard 47 hp Yanmar 4JHE44 diesel, fresh water cooled, fuel filters, engine alarm, bilge blower, fuel shut off valve for engine, fire extinguishers, automatic bilge pump, manual bilge pump, two separate shower sumps, deep bilge pump. Great access to engine with removable panels on all four sides.
She carries approximately 105 gallons in two tanks, 38 gallons of fuel
and has two holding tanks of approximately 20
Hot water heater (7 gallon) runs off 110V or heat exchanger on the engine.
CNG cylinder tank and valve
Lot of extras ..... including
West Marine Zodiac 8' dinghy with slat floor and oars and storage bag
12V air pump
3.3 Mercury outboard (cleaned and serviced in August of 2004)
110V oscillating fan
110V heater with thermostat
1 12V jump start unit with light, cables and charge meter (new in 2003)
deck brush with handle
3 gas air horns
1 bellows foot air pump for dinghy
large selection of extra line
Owner has all manuals and the original Hunter binder that came with the boat.
Asking Price $ 66,000.00
Located in Michigan City, IN
This page last updated on January 20, 2004