1984 Hunter 34

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Class Sails
Category Sloop, Antique and Classics
Year 1984
Make Hunter
Length 34'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Denison, TX
Accommodations

     SLEEPS - 7

  • V-Berth - 2
  • Aft Berth - 2
  • Settee - 1
  • Drop-down Dinette - 2
Galley & Head
  • -GALLEY-
  • Deep Stainless Steel Double Basin
  • Kenyon - 2 Burner Kerosene Range w/ Cutting Board Top
  • Kenyon - Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Kenmore Microwave
  • -HEAD-
  • Jabsco Manual Flush
  • Stand-up Shower
  • Waste Pump-Out
  • Pressure Water
  • Water Capacity - 65 gal
Canvas & Covers
  • Bimini Top (In Dock Box)
  • Dodger
  • Companionway Cover
  • Winch Covers
  • Main Sail Cover
  • Pedestal Cover
  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Electronics
  • Signet Depth Indicator
  • Impulse 2831 Depth Indicator
  • Signet Knotmeter
  • Impulse 7500 VHF Radio
  • Apelco 7000 Chart Plotter
  • Garmin GPS128
  • Koss 6 Disk CD Changer
  • Legacy Cassette Player
Accessories & Extras
  • Saturn Compass
  • Windvane
  • Brass Bell
  • Solar Vents
  • Vanity Sink w/ Mirror
  • Teak Cockpit Table
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Deck/Spreader Light
  • Stainless Steel Swim Ladder
  • Lumar 2-Speed Self-tailing Winches
  • Anchor Locker w/ Anchor & Line
Engines
  • Yanmar 3GM
  • Diesel
  • 27 hp
  • 222 hours
  • 25 gal capacity
  • Perko Battery Selector Switch
  • Auto Bilge Pump
  • Mermaid Heat & Air Conditioning
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Contact Information

Please contact Rick Lemon, CPYB

The Only Certified Professional Yacht Broker in North Texas

903-814-3753

Dimensions
Nominal Length
34
Length Overall
34.4
Max Bridge Clearance
53
Max Draft
5.5
Beam
11.58
Cabin Headroom
6.25
Length at Waterline
28.3
Miscellaneous
Windlass
Manual
Accommodations
Single Berths
1
Double Berths
3
Cabins
2
Heads
1
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 3GMF
Total Power 27hp
Engine Hours 222
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
Electrical Equipment
Shore Power Inlet
Electronics
Radio
Compass
Log-Speedometer
Navigation Center
Depthsounder
Wind Speed and Direction
CD Player
GPS
Plotter
VHF
Covers
Spray Hood
Mainsail Cover
Bimini Top
Rigging
Steering Wheel
Sails
Battened Mainsail
Furling Genoa
Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit Cushions
Swimming Ladder
Cockpit Table
Solar Panel
Inside Equipment
Air Conditioning
Marine Head
Electric Bilge Pump
Heating
Microwave Oven
Refrigerator
Oven
HIN HUN34361M83L
Hull Shape Monohull
1984 Hunter 34

The Hunter 34 is a fast boat, particularly in light air. This is due almost entirely to her huge rig, which towers over 51' above the waterline. Owners report that in winds of from seven to 12 knots, the boat is practically unbeatable in club racing. The typical PHRF rating of 135 for the deep keel boat is faster than most other cruiser/racers of her size.

Normally, you would expect a boat with a 42% ballast/displacement ratio to be stiff. The keel of the deep-draft Hunter 34, however, has most of its weight and volume up high, while the shoal draft keel, even with its extra 220 pounds of ballast, still has a fairly high vertical center of gravity. This just goes to show that you cant judge a boats stability by its ballast/ displacement ratioyouve got to know how far down that weight is, too.

Most Hunter 34s are equipped with the Yanmar 3GMF, a three-cylinder, fresh water cooled diesel that puts out about 22.5 hp. This is an excellent engine. Access to the engine for service is good. The Yanmar is more than adequate power for the boat, and she should cruise under power at 5 1/2 knots or more without any trouble. The fuel capacity of 25 gallons should give a range of about 275 miles.

The general design and finish of the Hunter 34 are far ahead of older boats by the company. The Eurostyling of the deck and interior were pretty unusual when the boat first came out, but fairly typical of boats built five years after the Hunter 34 was introduced.

If you want a fast, modern small coastal cruiser with maximum room at minimum cost, a Hunter 34 would be a good choice.

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