The 2013 Marlow-Hunter 36 is a stunning cruiser. The updated window line gives this yacht a sleek feel, but the improvements don’t end there. The hull design has been improved, featuring a wider beam further aft with a drop-down swim platform, as well as a more profound bow hollow. The result of this hull design is a longer dynamic waterline, which means more speed.
Original private owner currently berthed at Ortega Landing Marina in Jacksonville Florida. Yacht had no charter or school usage and features two cabins, a drop-down salon table with cushion that forms a third double birth, and a chart table that folds to form a single birth or a couch. The shower and head are separated from wash area by a glass door.
The Yacht is perfect for single handling, having furling main and head sails, with all lines led aft. In the cockpit helmsman has VHF remote, B&G Zeus 8 chart plotter, and Raymarine autopilot, wind and depth instruments.
Yacht also features drop-down transom/swim platform and “perch” seats with teak. Cockpit also has fold-down cockpit table and folding wheel providing more space when not cruising.
Inside there’s a Bose stereo system and all lights been replaced with LED’s.
Yacht comes with all equipment, down to Hunter branded plates and cups. She is ready for cruising, but as we learned from experience, sailing is not our thing. So, someone who enjoys sailing should own her.