The Hunter 310 is comfortable sailboat with a layout that makes the boat feel like a much larger vessel. With a large cockpit and seats in the stern pulpit you can host a crowd and also have room for guests to stay in the 2 Cabin/1 Head interior.
This Hunter 310, Cocktails and Dreams, includes:
Sunbrella Bimini on Arch
Electric Jabsco Head with Fresh Water
North Sails Asymmetric Spinnaker with Sock
Recent upgrades include:
New Boom Cover
New Cockpit Cushions
New Helm Cover
New Lewmar Anchor
This is an easy boat to handle that is ready to enjoy now in San Diego.
Come see her today!
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Please contact Sean Smith at cell (909) 556-4272 or office (619) 224-7784
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Cocktails and Dreams
Designer: Hunter Design Team
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 30 ft 10 in
Beam: 10 ft 10 in
LWL: 28 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Displacement: 8500 lbs
Ballast: 3000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 8500 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (28 Gallons)
New Sunbrella Mainsail Cover
New Helm Station Cover
New Cockpit Cushions
New Lewmar Anchor on Electric Windlass
Furler for Headsail
Sunbrella Bimini on Mainsail Arch
Stern Pulpit Seats with Cup Holders
SUP Racks (boards not included)
Custom Galley Storage
Fresh Water Head
Replaced Fresh Water Pump
TV on forward Bulkhead
Teak and Holly Flooring
Dacron Battened Classic Mainsail
Furling Jib with Sunbrella UV Cover
North Sails Asymmetric Spinnaker with Sock and deck launch Sailbag
The Hunter 310 has a B&R Fractional Mast which allows larger roach on the mainsail.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Innovation in design, excellence in engineering, and an incredible layout make the Hunter 310 a great midsize cruiser. The interior boasts two private staterooms, each with their own privacy bulkhead (not just a curtain). Great natural light is plentiful throughout the cabin with multiple hatches and screened ports as well as the Hunter wraparound windshield. Entertaining or dining, the salon can handle family or friends with ease. The large dinette easily converts to a double for extended families and the settees offer plenty of storage as well. Topsides, the Hunter 310 has an immense rounded cockpit that allows all the crew to participate or kick back as they desire. The stern rail seats are up and out of the way, and a custom console houses the standard VHF and instruments as well as the engine controls and compass. Twin drop leafs allow for cockpit dining, and there is plenty of storage under the seating. The helm seat hinges aft, leading onto the walkthrough transom complete with propane tank storage and a retractable swim ladder with a cockpit shower. Above the cockpit is the integrated arch which serves as an attachment point for both the mainsheet as well as the optional bimini. This layout keeps the cockpit clear, uncluttered, and ready for action. Going forward, there are serious nonskid and clear side decks due to the innovative rig arrangement. The B & R fractional rig, with its swept-back spreaders, eliminates the need for a backstay. Mast struts and reverse diagonals give all the strength needed while allowing for a smaller section aloft. For the sailor, this means more stability. Hunter Marine's keel boats are the backbone of the Hunter fleet. These spacious and comfortable cruisers are incredibly appointed from the rich fabrics to the top-grade hardware. Hunter Marine The Hunter Marine Corporation was founded in 1973 to build truly affordable sailboats. Warren Luhrs, Hunter's chairman, has personally logged thousands of ocean miles both single-handedly and shorthanded aboard his ocean racers. From these floating laboratories hundreds of new ideas have been born. The same B & R rig that powered his boats into the record books also power the Hunter fleet. A lot has changed over the years, but Hunter Marine continues its commitment of bringing the sailing public the best performing and most accommodating sailboats at a reasonable price.
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.