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Specs

Price: $169,900
Brand: Hunter
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2004
Length: 46 ft.
Name: Ergo
Location: Rochester, NY

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     This is the cleanest Hunter 466 you will find -- loaded!

 

Just a few of the features that should make ERGO your next boat:

 

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

 
 
 

Dimensions

    LOA: 46’ 1”                          LWL: 39’ 8”.                          Beam: 14.0 ft.

Displacement: 26,189 lbs.

Ballast: 9,680 lbs.

Draft: 5’ 6”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tankage

 

 

Fuel: 100 gallons

Water: 200 gallons

Holding tanks: 50 gallons

     


Engine

 
Year: 2004
Type: Inboard
Maker: Yanmar
Model: 4JH3-TE

Serial No. E13814
Fuel: Diesel
Power: 76 HP

Propeller 3-blade feathering Max Prop
Hours: 1368.3


Technical Data

 

IJPE: 933.00 sq. ft.
       I:  55.33 ft.
       J: 17.00 ft.
       P: 51.42 ft.
       E: 18.00 ft.


Working sail area: 933sq.0 sq. ft.

 

Mast height from DWL: 63.0’ 

 

 

Accommodations

 

     Versatility best describes this Hunter 466. Whether the owner wants to cross oceans or bays, bang around the buoys or just liveaboard, this boat has the capacity to do it all. The dining area is large enough to handle the crew, but intimate enough for just two.

 

     Storage is plentiful as is the natural light and ventilation. Hand-rubbed teak and exquisite leather are in evidence throughout the grand interior.

 

An innovative forward head arrangement splits the shower and head, so both can be used at once.

 

     A large top-and-side-opening refrigerator and large top-opening freezer are central to the U-shaped galley. The Force 10 stove and oven, plus a microwave will make dinners a joy to prepare, while the island sink will have cleanup covered. Storage for everything is at hand including the recessed trash receptacle.

 

     The forward master stateroom rivals most yachts twice her size. Twin hanging lockers and lots of drawers make staying aboard easy, and a great night's sleep is guaranteed by the innerspring mattresses.  And there is a door-mounted full-length mirror. 

     Entertaining is gracious with the air-conditioned, open saloon, which incorporates a U-shaped leather sofa to port, facing a beautiful, convertible dining table.  Twin comfortable leather captain’s chairs are to starboard, located just forward of the extensive nav station, which has plenty of space for electronics and gear.  Teak is everywhere, with many cabinets, drawers and cubbies for storage items.

     A quick walk-thru finds the galley to port and the nav station to starboard, with the saloon forward, mid-ship.  Seating in the saloon finds two captain’s chairs to starboard, and the convertible dining table to port. With extra-large hatches and port lights, and the luxurious leather seating, the salon is a welcoming area.  Shades and curtains also provide privacy and cooling from the sun.

 

     Aft to starboard is an air-conditioned guest cabin, with its double-sized berth, private-entry lavatory and head/shower combination. To port of the companionway, just aft of the galley is the third cabin, air-conditioned, with a single berth. 

 

     The large, air-conditioned, centerline master cabin is forward, with a queen-sized berth, an en suite private head/lavatory to port, and a walk-in shower with seat, to starboard.

 

     The interior environment is controlled by two MarineAire A/C reverse cycle units (16-K btu unit in the salon, which is also ducted forward to the master suite).  There is also a 16-K btu unit ducted to the galley and the two aft cabins.

 

 


Galley

 

     In this era, Hunter was famous for adding versatile and distinctive features to their models.  The Hunter 466 galley is a dream.  The Corian counters are classy, and the overhead shelf for cups, dishes and glassware is uniquely Hunter.  A large top- and front- opening refrigerator and a separate, top-opening freezer provide substantial space for provisioning.  The 3-burner propane stove, oven, and built-in microwave make prep a snap, with storage galore. 

 

 


Engines/Mechanical

     One cannot beat the Yanmar 4-cylinder 4JH models for reliability and ease of maintenance.  The ERGO has the turbo-charged version that provides 76 hp to a big 3-blade fathering Max Prop.  Easy access to the engine’s top, front, and sides from under the companionway stairs and from each aft cabin.  There is a remote engine oil filter assembly, which allows easy, quick and no-spill filter changes.  Current hours are 1368.3. 

     The reliable Northern Lights 3-cylinder diesel generator is located just aft of the bulkhead behind the engine and is easily accessible, top and sides, from either aft cabin.   

 


Electrical

120-Volt electrical power is supplied via:

  • Northern Lights 6 kw diesel generator (85.2 hours showing on the Hobbs meter)
  • 200’ of 30 amp shore power cords

     These systems provide A/C power to the interior and to the Xantrex Freedom 25 130A battery charger.  The Xantrex provides 2500 W of A/C power when needed. The batteries are also maintained by the alternator on the Yanmar while underway.   

  

     There are is a bank of two, large AGM house batteries; and an AGM starter battery.

 

 

 

 

Navigation/Electronics

 

  • Standard Horizon Model GX2200 w/GPS at Nav Station
  • Standard Horizon RAM3+ Model, remote hand-held microphone/speaker, mounted on cockpit helm pedestal.
  • Two Raymarine RL70C PathFinder Plus full-color displays with remote
  • Raymarine Type 2 Linear-Drive Autopilot, installed below deck.  Dual controllers:  a fixed controller is located at helm pedestal; and a hand-held remote controller is located at nav station below.
  • Raymarine 18" radar antenna dome, located high up on mast.
  • Raymarine RS130 GPS Receiver, mounted aft.
  • SeaWatch 15” Marine HDTV/FM pole-mounted antenna at stern rail.
  • All Raymarine instruments are interfaced and talk to each other via SeaTalk
  • Entertainment electronics are highlighted by a 29-in. flat-screen TV and Bose sound system in the main saloon. 
  • Also, a 15-in. flat-screen TV/DVD player in the owner's suite.
 

 


Sails/Rigging

     The rig is the standard B&G design, with Selden in-mast furling of a new mainsail.  There is a Furlex head sail furler.  Reaching spinnaker, as well.

     Control lines are led aft to two, Lewmar 48ST Electric Winches on the coach roof, along with two Lewmar 44ST winches for the main sheet.

     The traveler is located over the cockpit, on the classic Hunter stainless steel arch, with control lines led to each side of the cockpit.

 


Deck/Cockpit

 

     The ground tackle is a 35-lb. Delta plow anchor on chain and rope rode running through a Simpson Lawrence electric windlass, conveniently located in the anchor locker.

     The cockpit is large enough for crew to operate or guests to relax.  The Bimini, dodger, connectors, and side curtains are supported by the arch and separate SS framework. The standard Hunter stern quarter seats provide the best seat in the house!  The large swim platform and swim ladder add to the cockpit features.

     Included are a 10’ WM Zodiac hard-bottom inflatable, a Mercury 8-HP, two-stroke outboard, 6-gal. fuel tank, and SS folding stern davits, as shown in photo above.

     The standard Hunter heavy-duty nylon/alloy metal rub rail protects the hull.

Additional

 

  • Steel Cradle
  • Original installation manuals, instructions and operation manuals
  • Manuals for all such items as the Yanmar 4-cyl engine, the Northern Lights 3-cyl diesel generator, stove, refrigerator, freezer, the two air conditioners, etc.
  • Spare parts and maintenance items, e.g., spare oil filters, impellers, belts, etc.
  • USCG safety gear
  • Dock lines, covered fenders, boat hooks, winch handles, and other loose gear

 

Registrations and licenses

All Federal and NY State registrations and licenses are up-to-date:

  • USCG Document No. 1150036, exp. 04/30/2021
  • NY State Boat Registration No. NY6091UZ, exp. 12/31/2021
  • NY State Inflatable Registration No.NY6870FR, exp. 05/31/2022
  • US CBP User Decal “20” for year 2020, No. 20038124
  • FCC Ship Station Radio Auth. No. 6042402, Call Sign WDB6503, Exp. 02/14/24; MMSI 366925580
  • Fully insured: Markel American Ins. Co. (USAA), 10/30/2019 to 10/30/2020

 

 

 

Disclaimer


     The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 

 

 


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Corbo Corbishley, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Rochester, NY

Email: corbo@rcryachts.com

Phone: 585-339-9730

A native of northern New Jersey, Corbo was introduced to sailing shortly after graduating Ithaca College and became obsessed with sailing. Crewing whenever opportunity arose he also bought and campaigned several one-design sailboats. While still sailboat racing whenever time allows on his J-70 “Late Life Crisis” he enjoys cruising with his wife Donna. They recently stumbled over to the “Dark Side”, trading in their Beneteau 37 for a Back Cove 30. Before joining RCR Yachts Corbo enjoyed many careers and owned several businesses, Trucking, Banking, IT, Auditing, Sailmaking, Restaurateur, Tax Accounting, and various Sales positions. In 2005 Corbo attained the status of Certified Professional Yacht Broker. Just 550 yacht brokers in North America have received the prestigious Certified Professional Yacht Broker designation, a program sponsored by the Yacht Brokers Association of (North) America.. The CPYB designation recognizes professional, experience, training and mastery of core areas of expertise related to professional yacht broker skills and knowledge. In addition to practical experience, CPYB brokers must comply with the CPYB Code of Ethics.