True Love - 2002 30' HUNTER 306
Buffalo New York $36,900 USD
Buffalo New York
- In-Mast Furling Mainsail
- Solid Boom Vang
- Mainsheet Traveler on Stainless Arch
- Raytheon ST 60 Knotmeter/Log
- Raytheon ST 60 Depth
- Stereo with Speakers mounted
- Raytheon VHF
- 30 Amp Battery Charger
- Microwave Oven
- 12V Refrigeration
- Lewmar Portlights
- Corian Countertops
- Shoal Keel
- Wheel Console with guard, compass, table
- Transom Swim Platform with Ladder
- Genoa Furler with 110% jib
- Hot & Cold Pressure Water with Shower
- Two Burner Propane Stove
- 8 Opening Ports with Hatches and Screens
- Two Batteries
- 110V Shore Power with Cord
- Stainless Handrails
- Blue Interior Fabric Cushions
- Two Biminis with Adjustable Framing, Navy Blue
- Cockpit Cushions
- Steel Cradle
- VC 17 Bottom Paint
- Docklines and Fenders
The Hunter 306 features a large vee berth forward, spacious salon with convertible dinette, comfortable nav station to starboard and an L-shaped galley to port. Aft of the companionway is a double athwart berth to starboard and a large combined head/shower is behind the nav station.
The galley is equipped with a Force 10 2-burner propane stove top, icebox and SS sink with hot/cold water and includes stocked galley ware and dishes.
The rig is the Hunter standard B&R system with in-mast furling and a 110% head sail on a Furlex furler. The mainsheet and traveler are mounted over the cockpit on the Hunter signature SS arch. Lines are all lead aft to the cockpit to 6 line stoppers and 3 Lewmar winches. Two separate line stoppers for the jib sheets are available to allow use of the winches on different lines.
The walk-thru transom features a hot/cold shower at the swim platform with fold-down ladder.
The navy blue Sunbrella bimini was added by Custom Covers & Canvas
There are perch seats mounted on each side of the stern rail, which everyone loves.
The Hunter 306 has a lot of interior volume and is very comfortable above and below. The large cockpit it great for entertaining. The 10-foot 9-inch beam boasts a spacious salon, as well as two private staterooms, one forward and one aft, a large head, a full-size galley, and even a nav station for charting the course. Eight opening hatches and ports provide plenty of light and the headroom is fantastic. The large beam also gives the captain and crew plenty of room in the cockpit. Deep, angled coamings make any passage a safe and comfortable one. The cockpit table with folding leaves makes entertaining easy. Two integral stern rail seats provide guests the best seats in the house. Standard features include Edson's rack and pinion steering, Lewmar self-tailing winches, a Furlex headsail furling, the B&R backstay-less rig which Hunter is known for, and a Yanmar 18-horsepower inboard diesel.