Our Boat Test of the Hunt 80.
With its 80, Hunt pushed its boundaries for building larger boats, and came away with a boat that is eminently cruisable, not to mention pretty. Read the full test here.
Peter Van Lancker, President of Hunt Yachts, discusses what the breakout center console-design trends will be at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Our Boat Test of the Hunt 32CC.
The new Hunt 32CC is as at home at the yacht club as she is on the fishing grounds.
Named one of the prettiest boats of all time by Power & Motoryacht.
New Boats Notebook: Update on the Hunt 32cc
New Boats Notebook - Apr 2014, update on the Hunt 80
Understand how you want to use her, and then have her built to your exacting specifications, of course. Capt. Bill Pike explores the world of semi-custom boatbuilding with Hunt Yachts and speaks to owners and boatbuilders to learn more about the process.
Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Hunt 44
Even if it’s just for a day, pointing the bow of a Hunt 44 toward the magical island of Monhegan Island off the Maine Coast is the best way we can think of to check out her cruising chops.
We compare three Hunt 36s with three different drive systems. Which is best?
Capt. Richard Thiel heads to New England to pit three Hunt 36s with different propulsion packages against each other—find out which one is right for you.
Power & Motoryacht's first look at the Hunt 44 Express Cruiser.
The 44 is no doubt a handsome vessel, with salty lines and plenty of brightwork, but she’s not just some show pony. She’s available with an array of sturdy diesel powerplants, including a set of Cummins QSC 8.3-600s that can get her up to 30 knots at WOT with a cruise around 26. Bow and stern thrusters or an optional IPS joystick matched to pods make her a breeze to handle at slower speeds, while an aft garage can hold a tender for making trips to port.
Hunt Yachts 44 Express Cruiser
If you’re in the hunt for a day cruiser with a smooth ride, classic American lines, and exceptional interior space for a boat her size, you may want to check out the 44 Express Cruiser from Hunt. The boat was designed for those who liked the looks, performance, and amenities of the company’s 52-footer but who wanted
While Sanibel Marina is one of the prettiest places on earth, it’s also small and a tad cramped. So I wasn’t surprised to see proprietor Mynton Ireland, a crusty old gent who’s undoubtedly seen his fair share of docking disasters over the years, watching me like a hawk as I began pivoting our sparkling Hunt 52 test boat in front of the offices of Ireland Yacht Sales, preparatory to backing into a
While C. Raymond Hunt Associates has developed projects of up to 100 feet and more, the Hunt 52 will be the largest yacht under the Hunt Yachts brand. Half again as long as the current flagship Harrier 36, the 52 is nonetheless recognizable from the distinctive lines of her classic Ray Hunt-inspired deep-V hull, which is capped by a sweeping, unbroken sheerline.
Pedigree is important in animate objects such as racehorses, show dogs, and maybe NASCAR drivers, but does it mean anything for boats—or, more specific, hull forms? Is there such a thing as nautical DNA that predisposes a certain boat to greatness based upon other successful boats from the same builder or naval architect?
According to the folks at Hunt Yachts, the answer is yes, and
The Internet would have you believe that Fishers Island is filled with fierce, tourist-hating locals. Senior Editor Dan Harding put that rumor to the test on a recent cruise. Find out if he lived to tell the tale here. ▶
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