Hunter 310 1997

Price: $34,900

Brand: Hunter

Type: Sailboat

Year: 1997

Length: 31 ft.

Name: 19th Hole

Location: Erie, PA

Here is a great family cruiser with lots of interior and exterior living space the family. Easily singled handed with the comforts to get the family out on the water.  It shows clean and is ready to sail away!


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Designer: Hunter Design Team


LOA: 31 feet

LWL: 28 feet

Beam: 10.83 feet

Displacement: 8500 pounds

Ballast: 3000 pounds

Draft:  Shoal keel with bulb



Fuel: 28 gallons

Water: 50 gallons

Holding: 20 gallons



Year: 1997

Type: Inboard

Propeller Type: 3 blade

Maker: Yanmar

Fuel: Diesel

Transmission: Direct Drive

Power: 18 HP



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.   Cockpit table with twin drop leaves allows 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 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.



Large Stainless Steel Sink

Pressurized hot and cold domestic water system

2 burner propane stove


Ample storage and food preparation surface


Electronics and Electrical

VHF Radio




12V TV with battery

110 Volt Shore Power

Dockside Cord

Battery Charger

Portable Air Conditioner for Dockside Use




Mainsail Cover

Roller Furling Genoa



Bright spacious interior

Spacious dinette to starboard the makes into double berth

U shaped galley with ample storage and prep area

Spacious V berth cabin

Private cabin aft beneath cockpit

Enclosed head with shower


Additional Equipment

Fore & Aft Biminis

Steel Cradle

Stern rail Seats with Cushions


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Don Finkle - CEO & Owner

Youngstown, NY


Phone: 716-695-4328

Don Finkle is our CEO and has been with RCR for over 50 years, since our inception in 1972. An active sailor since the age of 9, he sailed and raced all over North America. He has served on numerous industry boards and has held advisory positions with a number of boat manufacturers. Don has long been involved in the promotion and management of sailing events and has held many volunteer positions in boating organizations at various levels.  When time allows, he enjoys sailing RCR's new J/9 or daysailing on our demo Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 with his wife, kids and many grandchildren out of the Youngstown Yacht Club.