Well maintained and fun to sail, Slipstream is a perfect “starter boat” for those new to sailing or anyone interested in low-maintenance day-cruising. With a winged keel she only draws 3.5’ and can get anywhere! Easy to single-hand sail, though fun with crew, including lazy jacks on main and roller-furl jib.
A lot of amenities squeezed into 26.5’ including roomy cockpit with an open transom (great for swimming!) and a simple yet spacious salon with fold-down table, full quarter berth, sink and single burner galley stove. Also, a roomy, airy and well-lit v-berth with removable head and overhead hatch.
Hunter Marine introduced the Hunter 31 in 1983, and it remained in production for four years. A real big-boat feel, with tight, cable-linked wheel steering. The high bow and unusually high freeboard for a 31-footer made it a dry sailing boat in the normal range of cruising conditions. Fitted with a B&R rig, which, with its double swept-back spreaders, has a very racy look. The mainsail carries a lot of roach, so even with a 135-percent masthead jib, the boat usually had a slight but pleasing amount of weather helm. The main has two reef points. The side decks and handholds are more than adequate for safely going forward while underway and the very large cockpit has ergonomically comfortable seating and more than adequate stowage in the lockers.
Boat comes with many extras!
New 4 stroke Mercury outboard
New West Marine 8' inflatable dinghy
New Brownell Jack Stands
2 Danforth anchors with chain and rode.
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