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The 50 – Center Cockpit – A Passagemaker of Grand Proportions

Marlow Hunter 50 Sailboat

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HunterQuickDockThe Marlow-Hunter 50 Center Cockpit is a “breakthrough” boat that defines a safe, comfortable and exceptionally easy-to-sail center cockpit cruiser, which allows for short-handed applications. It combines all the comforts of a center cockpit cruiser with an exciting sporty look, performance and great value in a long-range package. The Marlow-Hunter 50 Center Cockpit includes multiple ease of sailing features that have become Hunter trademarks, such as the backstayless B&R rig, furling mast and cockpit traveler arch. The sporty sleek lines, wrap-around windshield and low profile make it look great!

The Marlow-Hunter 50 Center Cockpit delivers a spectacular master stateroom. This cabin pampers its guests with an in suite head, an island berth larger than a queen with innerspring mattress, twin nightstands, a dresser/desk, a vanity table with mirror, walk in closet, clothing chest, lockers and storage galore. The Marlow-Hunter 50 Center Cockpit does not neglect any part of the boat with a gourmet galley, full navigation station, forward VIP stateroom, second head, airy salon, and high end electronics fill out this beautiful cruiser. It’s not a dream. You can sail off into the sunset on this beauty for $466,442.

Specs

Length Overall 49’11” 15.21 m
Hull Length 47’10” 14.58 m
Waterline Length 43’10” 13.36 m
Beam 14’9″ 4.47 m
Draft – Shoal 5’6″ 1.68 m
Draft – Deep 7’0″ 2.13 m
Displacement – Shoal 36,945 lb 16,758 kg
Displacement – Deep 33,538 lb 15,213 kg
Ballast – Shoal 12,500 lb 5,670 kg
Ballast – Deep 9,093 lb 4,125 kg
Mast Height – Standard; Conventional Tall Rig 68’6″ 20.88 m
Mast Height – Furling 63’4″ 19.30 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard; Conventional Tall Rig) 1,277 ft sq 118.64 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling w/Vertical Battens) 1,131 ft sq 105.07 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (w/Staysail Rig) 1,316 ft sq 122.26 m sq
Fuel Capacity – Standard 162 gal 613 L
Fuel Capacity – Optional 229 gal 867 L
Water Capacity – Standard 194 gal 734 L
Holding Tank Capacity 52 gal 197 L
Water Heater 39 gal 148 L
Auxiliary Power (Yanmar) – Standard 75 HP 56 kW
Auxiliary Power (Yanmar) – Optional 110 HP 82 kW
CE Classification A/13

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The 45 – Deck Salon: Wide Open Spaces

Marlow Hunter 45 Sailboat

HunterQuickDockThe Hunter 45DS has redefined the Deck Salon concept with the brightest and most open salon ever designed. Oversized deck ports draw in huge volumes of natural light to complement the rich woodwork and airy floorplan. A wraparound windshield dominates the sleek and imposing exterior profile that announces it’s presence with authority in any harbor.

The hull is solidly constructed and shaped for lively performance and a smooth ride, even in rough sea conditions. On deck, dual helm stations deliver the ultimate in comfort, control and visibility for the captain. Hunter’s stainless steel Traveler Arch, B & R rig and a unique double-ended mainsheet system provide the crew with effortless sail handling. The large, T-shaped cockpit is well equipped to provide shelter at sea and sociable lounging at anchor.

The galley size and amenities will enable you to create memorable meals from provisions held in the 45’s immense storage reserves. An expanded aft stateroom features a queen size berth, large hanging locker, storage galore and private access to the aft head. Opening hull and deck ports supply plenty of light and fresh air. Forward, your guests will enjoy the Pullman-style cabin with a side mounted double berth and storage capacity for two. For convenience, the open vanity is separated from the private head and shower located in the forepeak.

The Hunter 45DS combines the most popular of our design features to create a boat that will elevate your sailing enjoyment to a whole new level.

Specs

Length Overall
44’2″
13.66 m
Hull Length
42’1″
12.83 m
Waterline Length
39’2″
11.94 m
Beam
14’6″
4.42 m
Draft – Shoal
5’0″
1.52 m
Draft – Deep
6’6″
1.98 m
Displacement
22,936 lbs
10,404 kg
Ballast – Shoal
7,389 lbs
3,352 kg
Ballast – Deep
7,237 lbs
3,283 kg
Mast Height – Standard
57’4″
17.48 m
Mast Height – Furling
60’8″
18.49 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard)
962 ft sq
89.37 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling)
925 ft sq
85.94 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling w/Vertical Battens)
975 ft sq
90.58 m sq
I
47’11”
14.61 m
J
14’8″
4.47 m
P – Standard
46’6″
14.17 m
P – Furling
50’0″
15.24 m
E – Standard
20’9″
6.32 m
E – Furling
20’10”
6.35 m
Fuel Capacity
66 gal
250 L
Water Capacity
140 gal
530 L
Holding Tank Capacity
50 gal
189 L
Water Heater
11 gal
42 L
Auxiliary Power (Yanmar) – Standard
54 HP
40.3 kW
Auxiliary Power (Yanmar) – Optional
75 HP
56.0 kW
CE Classification
A/10

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The 41 – Deck Salon: Room…With a View!

Marlow Hunter 41 Sailboat

HunterQuickDockWhen you sail the Hunter 41 Deck Salon, be prepared for exceptional sailing ease and performance. From heavy air to gentle breezes or from full speed ahead to slow reverse, the Hunter 41DS will astound you with a perfectly balanced helm, surprising responsiveness, and unbelievably easy sail handling. It’s the big boat that maneuvers like a small one, with plenty of space for entertaining.

Inside, the efficient two-cabin layout provides luxurious accommodations with fully equipped private staterooms at both ends. Or if you prefer, the tri-cabin cabin version splits the standard single aft stateroom into two smaller spaces. The popular Deck Salon raises the cabin house to provide nearly seven feet of interior headroom. The extra space, combined with panoramic views from oversized windows, seamlessly brings the beauty of your sailing environment to the comfort of the interior.

Liberate your culinary talents in an expansive galley laid out for comfort and convenience. Front opening refrigeration installed under the counter preserves the beauty and utility of the continuous Corian® surface accented with under-mounted stainless sinks and a protective acrylic splashguard. Storage space abounds with a 10 cubic foot pantry that includes adjustable shelving and 4 deep drawers. Like all Hunter sailboats, quality components and easy access to systems reduce maintenance time so you can relax. Whatever destinations your cruising plans include, the Hunter 41DS is built to take you there safely in comfort and style.

Specs

Length Overall
40’4″
12.29 m
Hull Length
38’8″
11.76 m
Waterline Length
35’6″
10.82 m
Beam
13’3″
4.04 m
Draft – Shoal
5’0″
1.52 m
Draft – Deep
6’6″
1.98 m
Displacement – Shoal
19,400 lbs
8,800 kg
Displacement – Deep
19,290 lbs
8,750 kg
Ballast – Shoal
6,616 lbs
3,004 kg
Ballast – Deep
6,506 lbs
2,951 kg
Mast Height – Standard
60’2″
18.34 m
Mast Height – Furling
62’10”
19.15 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard)
940 sq ft
87.33 sq m
Sail Area – Actual (Furling)
843 sq ft
78.32 sq m
Sail Area – Actual (Furling w/Vertical Battens)
926 sq ft
86.03 sq m
I
51’6″
15.72 m
J
13’0″
3.96 m
P – Standard
48’7″
14.82 m
P – Furling
50’8″
15.46 m
E – Standard
18’3″
5.56 m
E – Furling
19’6″
5.95 m
Headroom
7’0″
2.13 m
Fuel Capacity
50 gal
189 L
Water Capacity
100 gal
378 L
Holding Tank Capacity
35 gal
132 L
Water Heater
11 gal
42 L
Inboard Engine
40 HPl
29.4 kW
Inboard Engine – Optional
54 HPl
40.3 kW
CE Classification
A/10

The 40 – A new level of design, performance and luxury

Marlow Hunter 40 Sailboat

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The fast-paced lifestyle of today leaves few sanctuaries of solitude.

Whether you are a day sailor or serious cruiser, the Marlow-Hunter 40 is designed to please. Her superior sailing characteristics are honed from her 65 predecessors to emerge from our design center. Built in the United States, she is crafted by people who understand and respect the sea. We chose to launch the Marlow-Hunter 40 on the fortieth anniversary of the Hunter brand with the desire to create a sailing vessel that exceeded the expectations of the past forty years. Come experience the Marlow-Hunter 40 with her dual helm control, furling mast, fold-down transom, chined hull and dual heads. Our hand-crafted interiors are made to fit each boat, not the other way around. The result is an interior fit and finish that is as functional as it is beautiful.

They say life begins at 40. Begin your sailing life with a Marlow-Hunter 40. Well equipped at $246,964.

Specs

Length Overall
41’3″
12.57 m
Hull Length
40’0″
12.19 m
Waterline Length
36’0″
10.97 m
Beam
13’2″
4.01 m
Draft – Shoal
5’2″
1.57 m
Draft – Deep
6’8″
2.03 m
Displacement – Shoal
19,700 lbs
8,936 kg
Ballast – Shoal
6,027 lbs
2,734 kg
Ballast – Deep
5,425 lbs
2,461 kg
Mast Height – From Waterline – Standard
61’9″
18.82 m
Mast Height – From Waterline – Furling
63’3″
19.28 m
Sail Area – Standard
1,006 sq ft
93.46 sq m
Sail Area – Furling
910 sq ft
84.54 sq m
Headroom
6’6″
1.98 m
Fuel Capacity
50 gal
189 L
Water Capacity
90 gal
341 L
Holding Tank Capacity
40 gal
151 L
Water Heater
5 gal
19 L
Inboard Engine
40 HP
29.4 kW
CE Classification
A/10

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The 39 – The Shape of Things To Come

Marlow Hunter 39 Sailboat

HunterQuickDockThe Hunter 39 was designed as the successor to the 38, Hunter’s breakthrough model that combined comfort, outstanding performance and easy handling. This boat retains many of the positive characteristics of the 38, but makes major improvements in several key areas.

The Hunter 39 features a rugged ocean-going hull that bears the CE “A” Classification. The deck profile and hull shape are sleek and modern, and the extended hull improves sailing performance. The cockpit features twin wheels for the ultimate in comfort, visibility and control, and transom access from the roomy cockpit is wide and safe. The U-shaped cockpit lounge seats the entire crew in comfort around a large drop-leaf table. Moving forward, the bridgedeck is raised a full 15 inches, minimizing any threat of downflooding.

Below, the Hunter 39 retains the popular two stateroom/one head layout, but several key enhancements improve function and appearance. In the galley, faux granite countertops give a luxurious custom feel. Handholds and storage are plentiful throught the boat. Underfoot, a sturdy bevelled hardwood sole lends an opulent flair. The new nav station is roomier, allowing you to plot your course in comfort, and larger ports in the common areas let in more natural light. See the Hunter 39 today – it truly is the shape of things to come!

Specs

Length Overall
39’5″
12.01 m
Hull Length
38’9″
11.81 m
Waterline Length
34’8″
10.57 m
Beam
12’11”
3.94 m
Draft – Shoal
5’0″
1.52 m
Draft – Deep
6’6″
1.98 m
Displacement – Shoal
18,501 lbs
8,391 kg
Displacement – Deep
18,077 lbs
8,200 kg
Ballast – Shoal
6,027 lbs
2,734 kg
Ballast – Deep
5,603 lbs
2,541 kg
Mast Height – Standard
59’1″
18.01 m
Mast Height – Furling
62’0″
18.90 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard)
991 ft sq
92.07 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling)
845 ft sq
78.50 m sq
I
46’8″
14.22 m
J
12’1″
3.68 m
P – Standard
47’5″
14.45 m
P – Furling
50’3″
15.32 m
E – Standard
19’3″
5.87 m
E – Furling
19’3″
5.87 m
Headroom
6’6″
1.98 m
Fuel Capacity
36 gal
136 L
Water Capacity
75 gal
284 L
Holding Tank Capacity
25 gal
94 L
Water Heater
5 gal
19 L
Inboard Engine – Standard
29 HP
21.3 kW
Inboard Engine – Optional
40 HP
29.4 kW
CE Classification
A/10

The 36 – One Boat, Two Personalities

Marlow Hunter 36 Sailboat

HunterE36StandardCalloutThe Hunter 36 is a stunning cruiser. The updated window line gives this yacht a sleek feel, but the improvements don’t end there. The hull design has been improved, featuring a wider beam further aft as well as a more profound bow hollow. The result of this hull design is a longer dynamic waterline, which means more speed.

The deck features a sleek, modern profile with large side windows allowing for increased interior light. The deck hatches are flush-mount, offering an enhanced look that complements the new profile. Lengthening the cockpit has allowed the Hunter 36 to have a cockpit that is a foot and a half longer than its predecessor. The cockpit of the Hunter 36 also features a fold-down swim platform that extends the already lengthy cockpit another three feet when folded down while the boat is docked or at anchor. Even with the fold-down swim platform, the Hunter 36 has a telescoping stainless steel swim ladder that can be easily accessed 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 prettier stern.

Extending the cockpit an additional eighteen inches allows for a larger and more airy master aft cabin that features more headroom, eliminating any feeling of claustrophobia. Overall, the interior has been enhanced with a richer look and feel. Enhancements start at the sole of the interior which features a hardwood flooring look that accentuates the true beauty of the Hunter 36’s interior. Corian countertops are featured at the galley with complementing stainless steel fiddles that not only keep items from falling off the countertops in a seaway but also serve as excellent hand holds for personal stability when moving about below. the interior wood used for the bulkheads as well as cabinet doors has been rotated 90 degrees so that the wood grain runs horizontally instead of vertically. Not only does this add a crisp modern touch to the interior, it also gives the eye the impression of a larger interior space. The salon is offered in two styles, the traditional U-shaped design or a contemporary arrangement that allows guest to face one another while seating five comfortably. The table also doubles as an additional bunk area for 2 people when the table is lowered into the bunk position.

The Hunter 36 is also available in a performance-enhanced version that will feature a deep draft lead keel, upgraded winches, spinnaker gear including a retractable bow sprit, a 42″ wheel,folding propeller,”flat top fat mainsail” for increased mainsail power, and the deletion of the swim platform to save weight and open the cockpit for a performance-enhanced feel.

Length Overall
35’11”
10.95
m
Hull Length
35’6″
10.82 m
Waterline Length
31’1″
9.47 m
Beam
12’4″
3.76 m
Draft – Shoal and Bilge
5’0″
1.50 m
Draft – Deep
6’5″
1.96 m
Draft – Deep (Performance Package)
6’6″
1.98 m
Displacement – Shoal
15,328 lbs
6,953 kg
Displacement – Deep
15,353 lbs
6,964 kg
Displacement – Deep (Performance Package)
15,700 lbs
7,121 kg
Ballast – Shoal
4,511 lbs
2,046 kg
Ballast – Deep
4,536 lbs
2,057 kg
Ballast – Deep (Performance Package)
5,045 lbs
2,288 kg
Mast Height – Standard
55’3″
16.84 m
Mast Height – Furling
55’3″
16.84 m
Sail Area – Standard
768 sq ft
71.3 sq m
Sail Area – Standard (Performance Package)
856 sq ft
79.5 sq m
Sail Area – Furling
645 sq ft
59.9 sq m
Sail Area – Furling
w/Vertical Battens
685 sq ft
63.6 sq m
I
44’10”
13.66 m
J
13’2″
4.01 m
P – Standard
44’11”
13.70 m
P – Furling
44’11”
13.70 m
E – Standard
15’0″
4.57 m
E – Furling
15’0″
4.57 m
Headroom
6’5″
1.96 m
Fuel Capacity
35 gal
138 L
Water Capacity
75 gal
284 L
Holding Tank Capacity
20 gal
75 L
Water Heater
5 gal
19 L
Auxiliary Power (Yanmar)
29 HP
21.3 kW
CE Classification
A/10

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The 33 – Compact Cruiser of the Year!

Marlow Hunter The 33

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The Award-Winning Marlow-Hunter 33 is a stunning sailing yacht. Keeping with the Hunter of yesterday’s signature window line gives this yacht the sleek feel of the latest Marlow-Hunters, but the improvements do not end there. The hull design has been improved, featuring a wider beam further aft as well as a more profound bow hollow. The result of this hull design is a longer dynamic waterline, which means more speed. The deck features a sleek, modern profile with large side windows allowing for increased interior light. The deck hatches are flush-mount, offering an enhanced look that complements the new profile. Lengthening the cockpit has allowed the Marlow-Hunter 33 to have a cockpit that is longer than its predecessor. The cockpit of the Marlow-Hunter 33 also features a fold-down swim platform that extends the already lengthy cockpit when folded down while the boat is docked or at anchor.

Extending the cockpit allows for a larger master aft cabin that features more headroom. Overall, the interior has been enhanced with a richer look and feel. Enhancements start at the sole of the interior which features a hardwood flooring look that accentuates the true beauty of the Marlow-Hunter 33’s interior. Corian galley countertops feature complementing stainless steel fiddles that not only keep items from falling off the countertops in a seaway but also serve as excellent hand holds when moving about below. The interior wood used for the bulkheads as well as cabinet doors has been rotated 90 degrees so that the wood grain runs horizontally instead of vertically. Not only does this add a crisp modern touch to the interior, it also gives the eye an impression of a larger interior space.

The salon features several intelligent enhancements. To starboard, the comfortable settee features a center section that easily flips up to create a convenient chart table. The beauty of this system is its robust design…and no moving parts to wear out! To port, the elegant dinette sports Marlow-Hunter’s unique Easy Lift system. With a few simple cranks, the dinette table lowers to form the base of a double sleeper sofa. Above, near the overhead, Marlow-Hunter has thoughtfully provided flat, fiddle-protected cabinet tops that supply even more storage space.

Sail away on a Marlow-Hunter 33 for $148,998.

Specs

Length Overall
33’6″
10.21
m
Hull Length
33’1″
10.08 m
Waterline Length
29’5″
8.97 m
Beam
11’6″
3.51 m
Draft – Shoal
4’6″
1.37 m
Draft – Deep
5’6″
1.67 m
Displacement – Shoal
12,400
lb
5,624 kg
Ballast – Shoal
3,579 lb
1,623 kg
Ballast – Deep
3,459 lb
1,569 kg
Mast Height – Standard
46’7″
14.20 m
Mast Height – Furling
51’11”
15.80 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard)
625 sq ft
58.1 sq m
Sail Area – Actual (Furling)
542 sq ft
50.4 sq m
I
37’5″
11.41 m
J
10’10”
3.30 m
P – Standard
36’5″
11.10 m
P – Furling
41’0″
12.51 m
E – Standard
13’10”
4.22 m
E – Furling
14’7″
4.45 m
Headroom
6’6″
1.98 m
Fuel Capacity
25 gal
95 L
Water Capacity
50 gal
189 L
Holding Tank Capacity
15 gal
57 L
Water Heater
5 gal
19 L
Inboard Engine – Standard
21 HP
15.3 kW
Inboard Engine – Optional
29 HP
21.3 kW
CE Classification
A/8

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The 27 – An Extraordinary Entry-Level Crusier

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Novice sailors and veterans alike appreciate a boat that is easy to sail, packed with extra value and offers plenty of performance. The exciting Hunter 27 delivers all that and much more, resulting in an exceptional weekend cruiser with all the comforts of home. The Hunter 27’s impressive interior incorporates a refreshing sense of spaciousness with its large salon and 6’2” headroom. This interior shares the same warm, elegant design and materials with the largest Hunters. Other interior highlights on the Hunter 27 include solid wood cabinets and bulkheads, an L-shaped starboard galley, forward V-berth, private aft cabin, plus a fully enclosed head.

If you take a more environmentally-conscious approach to sailing, we also offer a completely green alternative to powering the 27. Partnering with the ELCO electric boat engine company, the Hunter team has developed a 100% emission-free propulsion and power package which we call the 27e. This breakthrough boat features the 10HP ELCO EP-1000. This state of the art electric propulsion system offers the same thrust as the standard 14HP diesel. Paired with our optional Green Energy package (Wind Powered Generator and T-Top with 3 Solar Panels, this power plant will propel and power your 27e with absolutely no emissions.

The Hunter 27 also features versatile sail plan options, allowing you to maximize your own performance requirements. Sail a Hunter 27 today. You’ll be glad you did!

Specs

Length Overall 27’4″ 8.33 m
Hull Length 27’0″ 8.23 m
Waterline Length 23’7″ 7.19 m
Beam 9’11” 3.02 m
Draft – Shoal 3’6″ 1.07 m
Draft – Deep 5’0″ 1.52 m
Displacement – Shoal 7,656 lb 3,476 kg
Displacement – Deep 7,505 lb 3,404 kg
Ballast – Shoal 2,052 lb 932 kg
Ballast – Deep 1,901 lb 863 kg
Mast Height – Standard 39’9″ 12.12 m
Mast Height – Furling 43’8″ 13.13 m
Sail Area – Standard 386 sq ft 35.86 sq m
Sail Area – Furling 369 sq ft 34.28 sq m
I 27’0″ 8.23 m
J 8’11” 2.72 m
P – Standard 30’4″ 9.25 m
P – Furling 34’5″ 10.49 m
E – Standard 11’8″ 3.56 m
E – Furling 14’4″ 4.37 m
Headroom 6’2″ 1.88 m
Fuel Capacity 12 gal 45.4 l
Water Capacity 20 gal 75.7 l
Holding Tank Capacity 10 gal 37.9 l
Water Heater 5 gal 18.9 l
Inboard Engine 14 HP 10.4 kW
Inboard Engine – 27 Electric 10 HP ELCO AC 7.5 kW
CE Classification B/6

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The 22 – Comfort and Convenience

Marlow Hunter 22 Sailboat

The fiberglass Marlow-Hunter 22 is the ultimate daysailer– with great overnighting capability! This stable platform is rated for five persons and will keep the family safe and dry but will get up and go when you want to run.

The large cockpit accommodates the entire crew in comfort, while the extra large cuddy is fun for overnighting, with opening, screened ports, a roomy comfortable v-berth, and space for a portable head. The Marlow-Hunter 22 is super easy to trailer, rig and launch and is sure to become your favorite weekend escape! It’s time to set your priorities and enjoy life again! Pricing starts at $29,990.

Specs

Length Overall 21’4″ 6.50 m
Waterline Length 18’9″ 5.72 m
Beam 7’11” 2.41 m
Draft – Board Up 12″ 0.30 m
Draft – Board Down 42″ 1.07 m
Mast Height 31’2″ 9.50 m
Sail Area 293 sq ft 27.13 sq m
Displacement 2,000 lb 907 kg
Towing Weight 2,699 lb 1,224 kg
Maximum Capacity 1,250 lb 567 kg
Max HP 10 HP 8 kw
CE Classification C

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The 18 – Much More Than a Daysailer

Marlow Hunter 18 Sailboat

H18SpinnakerBowQtrRun2010LRThe Marlow-Hunter 18 is designed to serve a wide spectrum of sailors, from novices to salty veterans. Constructed of rugged, durable fiberglass, the Marlow-Hunter 18 opens up endless possibilities on the waters around you. The kids will learn to sail safely in the Marlow-Hunter 18 with its generous freeboard and ease of handling. Families can take daytrips in safety and comfort. Veteran sailors will appreciate the efficient hull design – below the waterline, a bow hollow and hard chine make for a slippery hull that delivers stability and performance even on light air days.
Several key features make the Marlow-Hunter 18 an ideal daysailer. A seven foot beam guarantees stability and provides a clean and clutter-free cockpit. With its large main and small jib, the rig can be sailed by beginners and provide loads of fun for the seasoned sailor. The kick-up centerboard and swing-up rudder make landing and beaching a breeze, and the canvas cuddy unsnaps for easy bow access.

The Marlow-Hunter 18 is easy to trailer, rig and launch, and will carry a crew of four. An optional spinnaker package will add even more performance. This is a fun, versatile boat for the family on the go, priced at $14,217. Hurry, go get on the water!

Specs

Length Overall 18’4″ 5.59 m
Waterline Length 16’6″ 5.03 m
Beam 7’2″ 2.18 m
Draft – Board Up 6″ 0.15 m
Draft – Board Down 52″ 1.32 m
Mast Height 24’6″ 7.47 m
Sail Area – Jib/Main 170 sq ft 15.79 sq m
Sail Area – Gennaker 211 sq ft 19.60 sq m
Basic Weight 836 lb 379 kg
Towing Weight 1,143 lb 518 kg
Maximum Capacity 935 lb 424 kg
CE Classification D

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