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2002 Hunter 340
Fully Battened Mainsail & Electric Halyard Winch! Lightly used and well equipped for Northwest Cruising. Cabin Heat, Radar & Chartplotter, Cockpit Enclosure and more! $97,500. 360-714-9004, signature-yachts.com.
1990 Hunter Legend 35.5
$57,500. Walk through transom, Autohelm ST60 tridata, ST60 wind, Navico autopilot, VHF radio, upgraded Schaeffer roller furler. www.tidewatermarina.com, 800-960-8433.
$110,000 The boat was sailed on Lake Ontario until 2004. In the fall of 2004, the boat was sailed south to the Bahamas, returning in the spring 2005. Sailing Specialties. 860-536-4974.
$139,900. Outfitted extensively. In-mast furling, stainless arch, step-thru transom, Radar/ chartplotter, autopilot, windlass, dodger and bimini. Seacoast Marine, 978-463-2828.
2005 Hunter 41
$219,900. Raymarine instruments, autopilot, C80 plotter and radar, Hydronic diesel heat with individual heat exchangers in each cabin, new dinghy with sterna davits and 4-stroke outboard, much more. 206-2849004, signature-yachts.com.
$179,900. Roller furling jib, in-mast furling mainsail, electric anchor windlass, air conditioning systems, Raymarine ST60 Wind ST60 Speed, ST60 Depth, Raytheon ST7000+ autopilot system, GPS/Chartplotter, VHF radio 972-221-3000. La Vida Starships
1997 Hunter 420 Passage
$179,900. The Passage 42 is built on a 43' hull. The 2 feet extra adds additional space that enhances the cruising and liveaboard experience. H&S Yacht Sales, Marina Del Rey, 0-845-7420.
2004 Hunter 420
$229,000. Like- new condition. Bow thruster, ST600 autopilot, chartplotter, air conditioning, generator and full cockpit enclosure. www.tidewatermarina.com, 800-699-7245.
$30,000. in mast furling, roller furling jib, Radar, plotter, GPS, autopilot, VHF, inverter elec halyard winch, elec anchor windlass, SSB Gplate installed. 8 KW generator and 100 Amp alternator. 972-221-3000. La Vida Starships
$254,900. Now our trade, call for details. Truly like-new, has only been daysailed. Stove and beds have never been used. Sailing Specialties. 860-536-4974.
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Lets start by identifying what exactly certain boats are. Sometimes the terminology can get lost on beginners, so well look at some of the most common boats and what theyre called. These boats are exactly what the name implies. They are meant to be used for fishing. Most fishing boats are powered by outboard motors, and many also have a trolling motor mounted on the bow. Bass boats can be made of aluminium or fibreglass.