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Specs

Price: $49,900
Brand: Hunter
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1989
Length: 40 ft.
Location: Port Clinton, OH
Name: Defying Gravity

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The Hunter Legend 40 has a very comfortable layout for living aboard or cruising. She has a 2 Stateroom, 2 head layout with a large salon and galley. Fully equipped with many upgrades, including Hood SeaFurl 808SL Jib Furler and Forespar Offshore Leisure Furl In-Boom Furling System with North 6 batten in-boom furling mainsail.  Built with a solid, hand laid, fiberglass, hull the Hunter Legend 40 offers fast sailing, a large comfortable cockpit and wide side decks.

 

General Specifications:

1989 Hunter Legend 40

Designers: Cortland Steck

Builders: Hunter Marine (USA)

LOA: 39.58 ft  

LWL: 32.50 ft 

Beam: 13.42 ft  

S.A.: 787.00 ft2 

Draft 5’ 0”

Displacement: 17,400 lb

Ballast: 7,900 lb 

Builder: Hunter Marine (USA)

Designer: Cortland Steck

Auxiliary Power: Yanmar 4JHE, 44HP Diesel

Water: 100 gals

Fuel: 40 gals

Holding: (2) 13 gals

Mast Height from DWL: 58.52 ft

 

Accommodations:

Starting from the bow, there is a V-berth stateroom forward with a hanging locker to port and an ensuite head to starboard. Amidships is the spacious main saloon with a straight settee to port and a curved/dinette style settee to starboard.  Continuing aft there is a large L shaped galley with copious storage. Aft of the galley on the Starboard side is a door to the aft stateroom, with a centerline queen sized berth.  On the Port side, across from the galley, is a large forward facing navigation desk. Aft of the nav-station is a door to the aft head.

 

Galley

3 burner CNG stove and oven. Microwave. Refrigeration, double sink. Very functional layout.

 

Ground Tackle

 40 lb. Bruce anchor with 20’ of chain and 240’ rode

40 lb. Danforth anchor with 20’ of chain and approximately 200’ rode

 

Sails and Running Rigging

SeaFurl 915 with Hood SeaFurl 808SL Jib Furler

Forespar Offshore LeisureFurl In-Boom Furling System and Boom Vang

North 6-batten in-boom furling mainsail for Forespar In-Boom Furling System

1 Barient non-selftailing manual winch for raising the jib or chute halyards or topping lift

2 Barient selftailing manual Jib Sheet winches

2 Barient selftailing manual Chute Sheet winches

1 Harken selftailing manual/electric winch for the mainsail halyard

Cruising Chute w/sheets and hardware (never used)

 

Electronics

 E-120 Chartplotter in Navpod Case

Pathfinder Smart Heading System

RD424 24” Radome Scanner Unit

SR100 Sirius Weather System

ST-60 Depth Instrument

ST-60 Wind Instrument

ST-60 Speed Instrument

ST4000+ Wheel Autopilot – not working

Navionics East Great Lakes Platinum Chart Microchip

VHF radio Standard Horizon QUEST-X GX1500S 25 watt VHF/FM Marine Transceiver with Smart Microphone for the Cockpit

Flat Screen TV in Salon

Drop Down TV in Aft Cabin

Additional outlets and USB Connections

 

Cabin

Teak Doors in Storage Sreas of the Main Cabin

Blinds on Ports and Hatches

Custom Upholstery in Main Cabin and V-Berth

Cabin Sole and Companionway Steps Refinished

Custom Splashguard Between Galley Counter/Sinks and Salon

Decorative Medallions on Finished Headboard in Master Cabin

Cabin lights upgraded to LED Lights

Dometic 6000 BTU  reverse-cycle air conditioner and heater installed

Added 2nd AC Unit in Aft Cabin 2016

SHURflo Blaster Electric Water Pump

Vintage Woodworking for Cabinet and Locker Doors

 

Extra Equipment and Upgrades

Battery Charger C-charger LT-2000SP-1

Steel Storage Cradle for Off-Season Storage

Full Cockpit Enclosure with Privacy Screens in the Dodger

Mainsail Cover

Custom Varnished Oak Hatchboard w/Decorative Medallion

Varnished Handrails (4) on Deck

Varnished Bench Seats (2) in the Cockpit

Varnished Fold-Down Table in the Cockpit

Edson Pedestal Steering w/SS Destroyer Wheel

Nicro Solar Vents

CDI Mark-III 2-Blade Feathering Propeller

Stainless Steel Dorades

Throwable Horseshoe Life Preserver with Lanyard

Spare CNG Fuel Tank (Full)

Magma Grill

 


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio

Email: dave@rcryachts.com

Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.