A 2001 example of the award winning Hunter Landau 20 with classic styling and easy handling. A rewarding boat for both the less and more experienced owner. Her large cockpit and excellent accommodation is suited to river and sea use. Year 2001, Mariner 50 hp four stroke outboard motor, professionally serviced in March 2020, plus Mercury emergency backup engine.
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2 berths in one cabin with 6'4" maximum headroom. Porta Potti chemical toilet in forepeak compartment. Beige folding "door" to heads compartment. Saloon cabin consisting of settee berths, central table (made from upper cabin door) and storage lockers with work surfaces aft to port and starboard. Single burner portable gas cooker, if desired there is sufficient space to install a larger cooker with sink opposite. Carpet, blue cushions and upholstery throughout. The interior is in very good condition.
Year 2001, Mariner 50EPT, 4-stroke outboard engine with power trim and tilt. Single lever control box with electric start. Three bladed propeller. Rev counter and trim gauge. Three 25l portable fuel tanks. Engine give a cruising speed of some 13 knots with maximum speed of 18 knots depending on loading and fouling. Serviced in March 2020, owner has previous service history.
Secondary outboard motor: Mercury, 2 stroke, 4hp. Get you home emergency engine.
2 x 12v batteries charged via engine alternator with a spare as well.
Built in 2001 by Hunter Boats Ltd to a David Thomas design. Blue moulded GRP hull, off-white superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surface. Efficient and stable cathedral hull design with self draining cockpit, wheel steering, cockpit storage lockers and outboard well. Removeable half cockpit cover to provide shelter from sun and rain.
Her owner purchased her in 2013 and has cruised the Orwell and Stour rivers mainly for fishing. He is giving up boat ownership.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.