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1989 HUNTER Legend

Sale price: $US 59,999.00 Make an offer
Last update: 3.10.2019
Car location: Sandusky, Ohio, United States   
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Sale type: Private Seller

Technical specifications, photos and description:




Condition:Used
Year:1989
Keel:Fixed
Hull ID Number:HUN40259H889
Model:Legend
Engine Type:Single Inboard/Outboard
Beam (feet):13.5
Rigging:marconi
Hull Material:Fiberglass
Engine Manufacturer:Yanmar
Primary Fuel Type:Diesel
Trailer:Not Included
Use:Fresh Water
Manufacturer:Hunter
Type:sailboat
Length (feet):40.0
:“We recommend that the boat is being inspected by a suveyor prior to you buying.The boat is in very good condition for the age; there are still a minimum of work to be performed.”
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Seas The Moment is wonderful yacht.  Her wide beam gives her both stability underway and plenty of room down below.  She is joy both underway and at the dock.Lot of wood inside, little wood outside. So easy maintenance.Strong WOW factor with the general shape (it looks like sailboat, not floating apartment) and the quantity of wood down below.Strong sailor, capable of racing. Her nickname at the marina is "Go Fast Boat".Aft cabin has the bed long-way.Ownership: we believe to be the fourth owner. First owner is unidentified. The second owner was in Florida and using the boat at the Marina for entertainment. Third owners were two friends that raced the boat on Lake Erie Toledo. These two friends are trade men and did lot to maintain the boat in spotless condition. Our moto is maintenance, so we have continued to maintain the boat so that we can enjoy it completely each time we sail her.The video is not promotional video, but rather video on how the boat works.https://youtu.be/rKdvSRgxdEcThe description below is an extract of the 2015 survey.ACCOMODATIONThe cabin area consists of galley, head’s and seating area with storage compartment
throughout. The interior is used primarily for living spaces. Showed no signs of water
intrusion.
Accommodations:
Forward V-Berth will accommodate two adults. Aft cabin accommodations for t.
Dining table seating converts to accommodations for two.Two heads
Sink:
One (1) sink with hot and cold water tap in both heads. 
Showers:
One (1) aft head is part of head
One (1) V-berth is part of head

ENGINEYanmar (4JHE), closed water cooled engine. Estimated to have been changed around 2004
 Horse Power:44 Horsepower.Hours: believed to be the combine of original and new engine: 1700
Throttle Controls:
Mechanical lever/rod-cable type activated at helm station. 
TRANSMISSION: One (1) Yanmar KBW 20.

GALLEYSinks:
One (1) Dual stainless steel bowl sink with hot and cold water tap only. Sink discharges
overboard.
Refrigeration/Freezer:
One (1) Adler Barbour, one is freezer and one is refrigerator, both powers up.
Microwave:
One (1) Sayno
Stove/Oven:
One Electric and propane stove/oven. 
NAVIGATIONELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
VHF:
One (1) Standard, powers up. (Mounted in cockpit area)
One (1) Apelco, powers up. (Mounted in salon area)
Depth Sounder/Speed:
One (1) Raymaine speed, powers up.
One (1) Raymaine depth, powers up.
Wind:
One (1) TackTick, powers up.
GPS:
One (1) Garmin 2006C, powers up. (Mounted in salon area)
One (1) Garmin, powers up. (Mounted in cockpit area)
Compasses:
One (1) Richie, fixed mount located at helm station.
One (1) KVH, powers up.
Stereo:
One (1) Jenson AM/Fm CD, with marine speakers, powers up.
Auto Pilot:
One (1) Simrad, was not tested, powers up only.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENTELECTRICAL SYSTEM
DC SYSTEM:
Batteries: Four 12 volt lead acid batteries. mounted under aft bed.
Two main marine battery switches.
Panel:
Main breaker panel is located in the cabin, in the salon area. Panel contains branch fuses for
DC electronics.
Routing/Support:
Wires were routed and supported were sighted throughout the vessel.
Charging System (Battery Charger):
One (1) AC true charge 40 powered battery charger. Powers up
Alternator located on forward portion of engine.
AC SYSTEM
Shore Power Inlet:
One (1) 30 Amp 120 Volt Plug and receptacle are in good condition. Located in the cockpit
area on starboard side – towards stern.
Main Breaker:
Invertor:
One (1) 2000 Watt- model unknown, mounted in aft under bed – next to batterys. Powers up
FRESH WATER

POTABLE WATER
Storage Tanks:
One aluminum tank, mounted in the V-berth area under bed.
Pumps:
One model unknown, powers up.

One hot water tank –model unknown, 10 gallon est. was not tested.
SANITATION
BLACK WATER
Type:
Black water system is type III, 
Pump-Out Location:
Two (2) Located on deck port, both deck plates is marked "Waste", appeared to be water
tight.
Manufacturer:
Jabsco, manual flush. (both)
Tank:
Two (2) 14 gallon each (EST)*.One Edson, steering system.
Lines And Fittings:
Appears serviceable where visible.
GROUND TACKLE
Anchors:
One (1) anchor, (plow type) secured with shackle.
Windlass:
One (1) manual, was not tested.
Rode Material:
The anchor located at the bow is attached to approximately about 10’ of chain and about 150’
of 5/8” line.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Number And Type Of PFD's:
Six (6) Type II
Number Of Throwable PFD's:.
Observed onboard.
Fire Extinguishers:
Three (3) BC Observed onboard.
Visual Distress Signals:
Observed onboard.
Sound Devices:
One (1) Air horn/brass bell observed onboard.
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Navigation Lights:
One (1) white all around anchor light/steaming light located on mast.
One (1) green starboard running light located on starboard side board.
One (1) red port running light located on port side board.
All lights were not tested.
Inland Navigation Rule Book (12m-39'4"):
Not observed on board. Required on vessels over 40' per COLREGS
"No Oil Discharge" Placard:
Not observed onboard.
Trash Disposal Placard:
Not observed onboard.
AUXILARY SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Life Raft:
Not observed onboard. life raft is recommended for voyages offshore.
E.P.I.R.B.:
Not observed onboard. An E.P.I.R.B is recommended for voyages offshore.
Smoke Detector:
None observed onboard.
Co2 Detector:
None observed onboard.
First Aid Kit:
None observed onboard.
Bilge Water Alarm and Safety Switches:
None sighted. Highly recommended.
Bilge Pumps
Three (3) automatic Rule bilge pump mounted in the shat alley space. The suction hose is
place in the shaft alley space and is operated by remote float switch. The float switch was
lifted and the pump operated normally. These pumps operate normally. Bilge pump discharge
through plastic thru hull fitting. With one (1) manual pump, this was not tested.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
Canvas:
Canvas – Bimini top in cockpit area.
Pro-Pane Locker:
One (1) located in the cockpit area, was not inspected at the time of survey.
City Water Hook Up:
One (1) Observed onboard.
Air Conditioning and Heat:
One (1) unknown model, located under salon couch with 16,000 BTU unit. Unit was not
tested. AC power only.


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