This Hunter 460 is beautifully prepared. The owners spent the past three years getting her ready for extended cruising, with replacement of most running rigging, a recut main sail, new generator, inflatable tender and motor, and many other cruising goodies.
Topside, you will find wide side decks, good hand holds, and all sail control lines led to the cockpit. She has in-mast furling, and the main sail was recently recut and flattened to make this system work perfectly. Her cockpit has a deep dodger and a full Bimini.
The Hunter 460 is known for her innovative layout and excellent sailing performance, as well as fantastic maneuverability under power. Her galley is extremely large with huge refrigerator and freezer storage, the salon and cockpit offer superlative seating for a large group, and there are generously placed handholds throughout for safety at sea.
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IJPE : 907.42 sq ft
I : 55.42 ft
J : 16.92 ft
P : 49.33 ft
E : 17.75 ft
Working Sail Area : 907.00 sq ft
Starting at the transom, there are a pair of stern lockers. The port one is storage, and the starboard houses the generator. To port is a new outboard motor for the dinghy on a dedicated bracket, and a motor hoist. To starboard is a marine BBQ mounted to the rail. A swing-down helm seat allows a walk-through into the cockpit. The helm console is large, with a folding Lewmar wheel that allows easy passage from the stern forward. The console has cup holders, a repeater for the Raymarine Pathfinder radar/plotter, a large central well for your phone and binoculars, and a pair of wing tables that fold upward for alfresco dining. The cockpit seats are broad and comfortable. The entire cockpit is covered by a Bimini top and a full dodger forward, allowing extended-season comfort as well as sun protection. There are built-in line storage buckets flanking the companionway to hold the halyards and hauls, as all lines are led through clutches to the cockpit. Stepping out and moving forward, the side decks are wide and properly canted for moving about under sail or at anchor, with well-placed handholds. There is a small solar panel built into the top of the coach roof. A new inflatable dinghy is under a custom canvas cover on the bow. Forward is a large anchor locker and windlass, all under a lid. Peregrine's decks are clean, safe and uncluttered.
The companionway ladder has a long, low rise, a safe feature in a seaway compared to the steep ladders found on many competing models. The hand rails fall easily to hand. Beneath the bottom of the ladder is the box for the Yanmar diesel engine, with easy access both at the top and side for maintenance and belt checks.
Sporting a huge refrigerator and freezer set into the countertop (the fridge also has a side door access for convenience), the portside galley is notable for its huge countertops and copious storage space. It is a good sea galley, with plenty of room to brace under sail, and the double sink mounted close to the centerline. Chefs will find copious storage in deep drawers and cabinets. A custom plate shelf separates the galley from the main salon. There are a pair of fitted cutting boards that cover the sinks. The galley has all the conveniences: microwave, stainless stove with oven, and opening ports above. There is a door at the aft end of the galley leading into the port aft stateroom.
Port Aft Stateroom:
This stateroom doubles as a laundry center, with a combination washer-dryer mounted just inside the door and a dry-goods storage shelf above. There is a large cabinet inboard, and plenty of storage space for a guest's gear. This space has a double bed.
The overriding impression is space. To starboard at the base of the ladder is the well-equipped navigation station, with a Raymarine Pathfinder radar mounted front and center. All of the electrical panels are in this central location. Forward along the starboard side are two "his and her" lounge chairs with a deep storage bin between and book shelving above. The dinette is very large and u-shaped with a mobile settee inboard. There are many opening ports throughout the boat, and overhead deck windows admit a lot of light, making it a bright, cheerful space. Passing from the ladder into the salon, there are conveniently placed handholds for safety under way.
Starboard Aft Stateroom:
Down the hall from the navigation station is the door to the starboard stateroom. This room has a large vestibule for dressing and an ensuite access to the main salon head. With a big hanging locker and copious storage, this is a suitable room for long-term occupation by a couple.
This head is accessible from both the main salon and the starboard aft stateroom. Featuring a "split" design, the sink area is separated from the compartment housing the shower and toilet. There is a fold-down seat that covers the toilet during showers.
12 feet wide at the entrance, the master stateroom is accessed by a pair of doors flanking the mast compression post. There are big hanging lockers just forward of the doors to the master toilet, to starboard, and the master shower, to port. The master bed itself is a semi walk-around queen. This stateroom is extremely spacious with a lot of storage, the sort of room that is more common on yachts over 50 feet.
Split between port and starboard, the master head is an inspired design that allows one person to shower while the other uses the facilities. The head compartment is to port, and has a large sink and countertop flanking an electric head. The shower, to starboard, has a flip-down seat and is very large for a boat of this size, with room to stand or sit.
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