1979 Hunter  located in Missouri for sale

30' Hunter


Description: Shoal keel with Yanmar YSM12 10 hp diesel engine. Engine ran well last time started.

Bottom has been finished with new barrier coat and 3 coats of anti-fouling paint.

The few blisters were ground out and filled with epoxy before barrier coating.

New boot stripe applied (painted)

New pin stripes (tape)

New coat of Kiwi Grip anti-slip paint to cabin top, deck and cockpit seats.

New pvc black cabin top grab rails.

Most port lights were replaced with new Grey Industries original port lights.

New rope clutches installed.

New mainsheet triple block setup.

New boom vang assembly

New nav, stern, masthead and steaming/deck lights installed. All LED.

New Garhauer jib blocks and mast base blocks. New garhauer triple deck organizer.(not installed)

New Teflon rudder packing

New Teflon stuffing box packing with new hose tube.

New strut installed.

New stainless steel prop shaft and coupling.

New engine motor mounts.

All original thru hull valves replaced with bronze seacocks .

New head installed. This unit has its own tank that can be pumped out.

New 110 volt air conditioning unit. Exhaust is blown out the cabin thru the portlight.

New 110 volt wiring using marine grade wire.

Upgraded stove top. Can be used with 110 volt or alcohol.

New house water pump. (Old unit is available)

New engine alternator installed

New shore power panel and 12v panel

New Clarion stereo

New bilge pump

(2) 6 volt Duracell golf cart batteries.

Equipment: New Profurl furler. Not yet assembled. Original Schaefer cable luff roller and jib included.

Sails include main, foam luff 135% jib and original cable luff jib.

New compression post base

Campbell Sailor 3 blade prop. Also original 2 blade included.



New cushion upholstery and pillows

New faux teak and holly floor

New bamboo wallcovering

Starboard salon has been customizing over the standard Hunter 30 layout

New interior lights. All LED.

New curtains

Has solar powered cabin vents

Things I didnt have time to finish

Prop shaft coupling is not yet attached to engine flange. Engine motor mounts are not yet tightened or adjusted. Due to the amount of time the hull has been on stands, the boat needs to float awhile to "relax" the hull before prop shaft and engine can be aligned.

Battery shelf in engine compartment collapsed during transport. Needs to be raised and supported. Batteries were pulled out and are not connected. All wiring is still there.

110 volt wiring running thru engine compartment needs to be properly bound and supported.

Head needs to be hooked up

House water system not wired or plumbed

Stereo not completely wired

Some cushions need minor hand finish work.

Cockpit engine starter switch is broke. I bought a new switch that needs to be wired and installed. The engine start push button in the engine compartment works fine (behind steps)

Location: Spurgeon Yachts inc Stockton Lake Missouri, Missouri


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