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New and used Hunter boats for sale

Murcia, Spain
£72,758 GBP
Listed price €84,995 EUR
Tax paid / included
2009 | 10.82m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£19,749 GBP
Tax paid / included
2000 | 7.92m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£9,500 GBP
Tax paid / included
1988 | 8.04m | Diesel | Sail
Valencian Community, Spain
£11,556 GBP
Listed price €13,500 EUR
Tax paid / included
1991 | 8.56m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£39,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
2003 | 9.30m | Diesel | Sail
£59,922 GBP
Listed price €70,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2002 | 10.55m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£5,000 GBP
Tax paid / included
1980 | 8.53m | Petrol/Gasoline | Sail
Florida, United States
£50,470 GBP
Listed price $63,900 USD
2006 | 10.06m | Diesel | Sail
Florida, United States
£51,141 GBP
Listed price $64,750 USD
2006 | 10.97m | Diesel | Sail
United States
£7,503 GBP
Listed price $9,500 USD
1980 | 9.96m | Sail
£67,198 GBP
Listed price €78,500 EUR
Tax paid / included
2006 | 10.82m | Diesel | Sail
United Kingdom
£24,995 GBP
2005 | 6.10m | Petrol/Gasoline | Power

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History of Hunter

Founded in 1973, Hunter Marine Corporation has firmly established its name in the world of recreational watercrafts. The company was started by a skilled mariner named Warren Luhrs in Alachua, Florida, USA. Luhrs was already vested in the nautical industry, being part of a family that owned and operated a successful yacht-building company. With Hunter Marine, his ambition was to produce affordable sailing yachts that maintained high levels of quality and performance. The company quickly grew in the first few years of operation, gaining a reputation for its innovative designs and utilization of robust materials.

Hunter Marine made a significant stride in 1978, the launch of the Cherubini-designed Hunter 30. This vessel played a crucial role in steering the company's trajectory, epitomising the quality, value, and performance that would come to define the Hunter sailing experience. As the years progressed, Hunter Marine continued to build and improve upon its designs, introducing the likes of the Hunter Vision with free-standing rigs and the Hunter Passage series aimed at distance cruising.

Fast forward to the present day, the brand name Hunter is now under the banner of Marlow Hunter LLC. Marlow Yachts acquired the assets of Hunter Marine in 2012 and continued the legacy of Hunter's craftmanship, based in the same location in Alachua. Marlow Hunter carries on making robust, high-quality, performance-oriented boats that embody the legacy of the Hunter brand. The modern Hunter yachts continue to reflect the company's commitment to innovation, affordability, and most importantly, a passion for the sea.

Which models do Hunter produce?

Hunter produce a range of boats including the Hunter Landau 20, Hunter Legend 35.5, Hunter Legend 405, Hunter Liberty 22 and Hunter 376. For the full list of Hunter models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Hunter build?

Hunter manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Sloop, Cruiser, Day boat, Racing boat and Cruiser.

How much does a boat from Hunter cost?

Used boats from Hunter on range in price from £2,000 GBP to £213,000 GBP with an average price of £49,100 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Hunter, for example the model, age and condition.

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