Hunter 41 -Lifebreeze



Hunter 41 -Lifebreeze Description

Glenn Henderson designed the Hunter 41 as a boat that has the conveniences of a house, with an easily driven hull. Capabable of blue water passages, the Hunter 41 is truly a versatile boat. Cruising World editors were pleasantly surprised at the interior accommodations and were even more surprised at how responsive and quick the boat was under sail. Not surprisingly it won 2006 Cruising World's Boat of the Year Award.

Then 41 has an enormous amount of space in the main saloon, which makes keeping watch easy in nasty weather. The two cabins with separate heads offer privacy for two couples. Both heads have showers and one has a separate shower stall (which can double as a hanging locker). Plenty of storage space in both cabins as well as very large galley with ample storage and pantry.

On deck, the boat has wide side decks with plenty of handholds. The cockpit is generous. Double stern rail seats make the Hunter 41 a perfect entertainment space as well as allow people to be on deck without getting in the way of those handling the sheets. A folding wheel and folding helm seat makes access though the cockpit to the sugar scoop transom a breeze. Work is made easy with furling mainsail and genoa.