Hunter Sonata 1981 Fin Keel - Sail No. 340
'Frankly' is a ready to go sailing Hunter Sonata whether it be in the growing one design class locally, club racing or simply cruising. With recent and significant electronics equipment upgraded, a large sail wardrobe and very dry interior, this is the perfect Sonata for cruising. Hull epoxy coated, and recently antifouled and ready to be launch and go sailing.
With the option of either a 2-stroke or 4-stroke engine, yard trolley and possible share in a trailer, 'Frankly' is definitely worth a view.
Length Overall: 6.88m (22' 7")
Waterline Length: 5.61m (18' 5")
Beam: 2.59m (8' 6")
Draft: 1.37m (4' 6")
Builders: Hunter Boats UK Ltd 1981
Designers: David Thomas
Johnson 2.3 hp 2-stroke (long shaft)
Sonata style transom engine mount
By separate negotiation, a 2017 6 hp Yamaha 4-stroke can be included as well or instead of the Johnson 2-stroke.
Alloy mast and boom
Spinnaker pole and gear
2 sets of standing rigging
Running rigging all in good order
B&G Vulcan 5 Chart Plotter - with charts for Western Europe
12v Battery system and automated charging control system
NASA LED tri-colour masthead light
Horizon VHF radio
2 Mainsails - One in Good condition, One in usable condition
2 Genoas - One in Good condition (NH Sails 2009), One in usable condition
2 Spinnakers - One in Very Good condition (NH Sails 2007), One in usable condition
Forward cabin has two single berths in 'V' formation with stowage below.
Main saloon has two single settee berths with stowage behind and below.
Galley to starboard with portable gas burner and sink
Headlinings in very good condition
Berth cushions for all berths
Stainless steel Pushpit and Pulpit
Stainless steel guard rails and alloy Stanchions
Genoa pin-stop cars
Hatch spinnaker launching bag
Danforth Anchor with 10m of chain and 25m of warp
CQR style Anchor with 3m of chain and warp
All running rigging in good condition
Various warps and fenders
Fire extinguisher and fire blanket
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