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  Join the Hunt on social media, you’ll be the first to learn about new products and exciting events. And even though you may not be on our dock, we’ll share our special moments with you, just like these! For more information on the 32 Center Console, click here. For more information on the Harrier 25, […]

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Hunt Brokerage Boats

Fall is the time to buy boats! As the northern season winds down, you might have a better idea about what you’re looking for in a yacht for next summer. Similarly, there’s still time to get a new boat before the southern winter season kicks into full gear.  Whatever your location or boating habits, here […]

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IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Chronicles & Adventures of a Hunt Yacht Owners

Hunt 29 Harrier “Paramita” Makes the New England Mini-loop. A Chronicle by Hunt Commodore and Owner Mike Bouscaren My wife Deedie and I enjoy summer months on Paramita out of Northeast Harbor, Maine. Above, Deedie relaxes with morning coffee after a night on board anchored at Roque Island.This June I took Paramita on the “mini-loop” […]

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MYTHBUSTERS. . . The Real Truths About the Deep-V Hull

Article No. 1 in a series about the Proven Performance of Hunt hulls.  This article addresses several myths published about the deep-V and provides tested truths about the newest generation of deep-V hulls. TRUTH:  Today’s deep-vs do not roll any more than flatter bottoms of the same beam. At-rest or static stability, is largely dependant on […]

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STABILITY – you often hear that Deep-V boats are rollers, is this true?

At-rest or static stability, is largely dependent on vertical center of gravity and waterline beam. Early deep-vs were designed to float with their chines clear of the water for speed, so they were narrow at the waterline, skinny, for more speed.  The Bertram-31 boats and others of that vintage were light and fast for their […]

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We are very grateful for our wonderful customers . . .

“I have learned that you buy a boat because you like its lines, design and performance, but you love a boat because of the support that comes with it. Thank you, Jim” Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 9:26 PM Subject: Surfhunter 33 – Thank you. Hi, I wanted to pass this picture (attached) and story […]

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