40_logo-4cA 40 year heritage of design innovation, rugged construction, and dedication to customer value has made Hunter the leader in the North American manufacturing of sailboats and sailing yachts. Whether you’re a blue water sailor, a coastal cruiser, or a small-boat energy enthusiast, we have the boat for you.

 

2016 Model Sizes include:

50, 50CC, 47, 40, 37, 33, 31, 22, 18 & 15 ft.  in length

 

2016  Marlow-Hunter  50

A luxurious passagemaker with a versatile floor plan for total extended offshore cruising, the Hunter 50 offers a complete range of live aboard accommodations and outstanding entertainment features.With an overall length of 49 feet 11 inches, plus a 14 feet, 5 inch beam and 6 feet 9 inches of salon headroom, the Hunter 50 is a BIG boat with impressive interior volume.

Driving the Hunter 50′s hull is a specially engineered sail plan that achieves maximum efficiency while maintaining the Hunter trademark of single-handed sail-ability, which is a great feature for a boat of this size. Components aboard the Hunter 50 include the famous mainsheet traveler arch, backstayless B & R rig, a battened full roach main sail, and two headsail options: single self-tacking jib or self-tacking staysail with overlapping jib. A dual-ended mainsheet allows adjustments from both the cockpit and companionway, and all sheets and halyards end at the cockpit.

Hunter50 Interior

 

Length Overall  49’11″   15.21 m
Hull Length  47’10″   14.58 m
Waterline Length  43’10″   13.36 m
Beam 14’9″   4.47 m
Draft – Shoal  5’6″   1.68 m
Draft – Deep  7’0″   2.13 m
Displacement – Shoal  32,813 lb   14,884 kg
Displacement – Deep  29,406 lb   13,338 kg
Ballast – Shoal  12,500 lb   5,670 kg
Ballast – Deep  9,093 lb   4,125 kg
Mast Height – Standard; Conventional Tall Rig  68’6″   20.88 m
Mast Height – Furling  63’4″   19.30 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard; Conventional Tall Rig) 1,277 ft sq   118.64 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling w/Vertical Battens) 1,161 ft sq   107.86 m sq

2016  Marlow-Hunter  50 – Center Cockpit

The Hunter 50 Center Cockpit is a “breakthrough” boat that defines a safe, comfortable and exceptionally easy-to-sail center cockpit cruiser, which allows for short-handed applications. It combines all the comforts of a center cockpit cruiser with an exciting sporty look, performance and great value in a long-range package. The Hunter 50 Center Cockpit includes multiple ease of sailing features that have become Hunter trademarks, such as the backstayless B&R rig and cockpit traveler arch. The sporty sleek lines, wrap-around windshield and low profile make it look great!

The Hunter 50 Center Cockpit delivers a spectacular master stateroom. This cabin pampers its guests with an in suite head, a island berth that is larger than a queen with innerspring mattress, twin nightstands, a dresser/desk, a vanity table with mirror, walk in closet, clothing chest, lockers and storage galore. The Hunter 50 Center Cockpit does not neglect any part of the boat with a gourmet galley, full navigation station, forward VIP stateroom, second head, airy salon, and high end electronics fill out this beautiful cruiser.

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Length Overall 49’11″   15.21 m
Hull Length 47’10″   14.58 m
Waterline Length 43’10″   13.36 m
Beam 14’9″   4.47 m
Draft – Shoal 5’6″   1.68 m
Draft – Deep 7’0″   2.13 m
Displacement – Shoal 36,945 lb   16,758 kg
Displacement – Deep 33,538 lb   15,213 kg
Ballast – Shoal 12,500 lb   5,670 kg
Ballast – Deep 9,093 lb   4,125 kg
Mast Height – Standard; Conventional Tall Rig 68’6″   20.88 m
Mast Height – Furling 63’4″   19.30 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard; Conventional Tall Rig) 1,277 ft sq   118.64 m sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling w/Vertical Battens) 1,131 ft sq   105.07 m sq 

2016  Marlow-Hunter  47

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The Hunter 47 is the newest 2016 model!

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A Pilot House design allows you to stay out of the elements and still have a full view to navigate.

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Spacious galley, convertible salon and luxury cabins make this yacht a pleasure to be aboard.

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More details to come!

Length Overall 44’2″  13.66 m
Hull Length 48’5″  14.76 m
Waterline Length 44’8″  13.61 m
Beam 15′  4.57 m
Draft – Shoal 5’6″  1.68 m
Draft – Deep 7′  2.13 m
Displacement Shoal 36,000 lbs  16,329 kg
Ballast – Shoal 12,500 lbs   5,670 kg
Ballast – Deep 9,093 lbs   4,125 kg
Mast Height – From Waterline – Standard 68′  20.73 m
Mast Height – From Waterline – Furling 62’10”   19.15 m
Sail Area – (Standard) 1277 ft sq  118.64 m sq
Sail Area – (Furling) 1065 ft sq  98.94 m sq


H40SternRunGAL2016  Marlow-Hunter  40

Whether you are a day sailor or serious cruiser, the new Hunter 40 is designed to please. Her superior sailing characteristics are honed from her 65 predecessors to emerge from our design center. Built in the United States, she is crafted by people who understand and respect the sea. We chose to launch the new H40 on our fortieth anniversary with the desire to create a sailing vessel that exceeded the expectations of the past forty years. Come experience the new H40 with her dual helm control, fold-down transom, chined hull and dual heads. Our hand-crafted interiors are made to fit each boat, not the other way around. The result is an interior fit and finish that is as functional as it is beautiful.

They say life begins at 40. Begin your sailing life with a Hunter 40.

 

Length Overall  41’3″  12.57 m
Hull Length  40’0″  12.19 m
Waterline Length  36’0″  10.97 m
Beam  13’2″  4.01 m
Draft – Shoal  5’2″  1.57 m
Draft – Deep  6’8″  2.03 m
Displacement – Shoal  19,700 lbs  8,936 kg
Ballast – Shoal  6,027 lbs  2,734 kg
Ballast – Deep  5,425 lbs  2,461 kg
Mast Height – From Waterline – Standard  61’9″  18.82 m
Mast Height – From Waterline – Furling  63’3″  19.28 m
Sail Area – Standard  1,006 sq ft  93.46 sq m
Sail Area – Furling  910 sq ft  84.54 sq m

Hunter 37 sailing in Biscayne Bay, Miami FL.2016  Marlow-Hunter 37

The New Marlow-Hunter 37 is a stunning cruiser that is larger than any of her competitors and by far the largest volume sailboat on the market under 40 feet. The updated window line gives this yacht a sleek feel, but the improvements don’t end there. The Glenn Henderson hull design still reflects the bow hollow and stern reflex but the design has been improved upon with a hard hull chine featuring a wider beam carried further aft which allows for more space below as well as stability and performance on the water.

The deck features a sleek, modern profile with large side windows allowing for increased interior light. The deck hatches are flush-mount, offering an enhanced look that complements the new profile. Lengthening the cockpit has allowed the MH37 to have a cockpit that is roomier and the fold down cockpit table allows the crew to take advantage of more cockpit space. The cockpit of the MH37 also features a fold-down swim platform that extends the already lengthy cockpit another four feet when folded down while the boat is docked or at anchor. Even with the fold-down swim platform, the MH37 has a telescoping stainless steel swim ladder that can be easily accessed while the swim platform is up or down. This safety feature not only functions well, providing stable steps for re-boarding the boat, but also hides away, making for a cleaner looking stern. The transom features a large storage area designated to neatly stow away shore power cords.

Down below, the master aft cabin is roomy and features comfortable headroom and private access to the head. The interior has been enhanced with a richer look and feel. Enhancements start at the sole of the interior which features a hardwood flooring look that accentuates the true beauty of the Hunter 36′s interior. The large galley features Corian countertops with complementing stainless steel fiddles that not only keep items from falling off the countertops in a seaway but also serve as excellent hand holds for personal stability when preparing a meal or moving about below. The main salon is breathtaking from the level of fit and finish to the sheer volume she delivers. She features a full navigation station and a salon table also doubles as an additional bunk area for 2 people when the table is lowered into the bunk position. The forward cabin is large enough that it has been mistaken for the master cabin.

Throughout the MH37 she features seriously upgraded hardware and superior features such as warm LED lighting, dovetailed drawers, ball bearing slides on cabinet drawers, superior fit and finish with real and exotic timber used with high end fabrics to create, an inviting and warm interior second to none. Its high performance hull design provides clearly superior performance on all points of sail while maintaining safe, comfortable and easy handling characteristics in inclement weather. The hardware chosen reads as a who’s who of high quality in way of Lewmar winches, Yanmar engines, Dometic climate control and superior gel coats, resins and build materials.

Marlow-Hunters “Grid Truss” hull liner combined with the Dupont Kevlar “Load Path Reinforcement strapping” provides a near perfect finish for the bilge and machinery spaces while adding enormous reserve strength and resistance to the hull structure. Providing triangulation of all forces from the Patented B&R rig design to the unique keel sump system, the Marlow Hunter cradles its captain and crew in safety with spirited sailing.


Length Overall  39’9″  12.12 m
Hull Length  37’6″  11.43 m
Waterline Length  35’8″  10.87 m
Beam  13’1″  3.99 m
Draft – Shoal  5’0″  1.52 m
Draft – Deep  6’6″  1.98 m
Displacement – Shoal  18,995 lbs  8,616 kg
Ballast – Shoal  5,727 lbs  2,598 kg
Ballast – Deep  5,125 lbs  2,325 kg
Mast Height – From Waterline – Standard  59’2″  18.03 m
Mast Height – From Waterline – Furling  61’2″  18.64 m
Sail Area – Standard  856 sq ft  79.53 sq m
Sail Area – Furling  764 sq ft  70.98 sq m

 

Hunter 33 boat of the year2016  Marlow-Hunter  33

The Award-Winning Hunter 33 is a stunning New sailing yacht. Hunter’s signature window line gives this yacht the sleek feel of the latest Hunters, but the improvements don’t end there. The hull design has been improved, featuring a wider beam further aft as well as a more profound bow hollow. The result of this hull design is a longer dynamic waterline, which means more speed. The deck features a sleek, modern profile with large side windows allowing for increased interior light. The deck hatches are flush-mount, offering an enhanced look that complements the new profile. Lengthening the cockpit has allowed the new Hunter 33 to have a cockpit that is longer than its predecessor. The cockpit of the Hunter 33 also features a fold-down swim platform that extends the already lengthy cockpit when folded down while the boat is docked or at anchor.

Extending the cockpit allows for a larger master aft cabin that features more headroom. Overall, the interior has been enhanced with a richer look and feel. Enhancements start at the sole of the interior which features a hardwood flooring look that accentuates the true beauty of the Hunter 33′s interior. Corian galley countertops feature complementing stainless steel fiddles that not only keep items from falling off the countertops in a seaway but also serve as excellent hand holds when moving about below. The interior wood used for the bulkheads as well as cabinet doors has been rotated 90 degrees so that the wood grain runs horizontally instead of vertically. Not only does this add a crisp modern touch to the interior, it also gives the eye the impression of a larger interior space.

The salon features several intelligent enhancements. To starboard, the comfortable settee features a center section that easily flips up to create a convenient chart table. The beauty of this sytem is its robust design…and no moving parts to wear out! To port, the elegant dinette sports Hunter’s unique Easy Lift system. With a few simple cranks, the dinette table lowers to form the base of a double sleeper sofa. Above, near the overhead, Hunter has thoughtfully provided flat, fiddle-protected cabinet tops that supply even more storage space.


Length Overall  33’6″  10.21m
Hull Length  33’1″  10.08 m
Waterline Length  29’5″  8.97 m
Beam  11’6″  3.51 m
Draft – Shoal  4’6″  1.37 m
Draft – Deep  5’6″  1.67 m
Displacement – Shoal  12,400 lb  5,624 kg
Ballast – Shoal  3,579 lb  1,623 kg
Ballast – Deep  3,459 lb  1,569 kg
Mast Height – Standard  46’7″  14.20 m
Mast Height – Furling  51’11″  15.80 m
Sail Area – Actual (Standard)  625 sq ft  58.1 sq m
Sail Area – Actual (Furling)  542 sq ft  50.4 sq m

2016  Marlow-Hunter 31

The Marlow-Hunter 31 is the latest off-shore cruising model sailboat to follow the pedigree of the 40 and 37 which were also introduced by Marlow-Hunter in the last two years under the new leadership of owner David Marlow. Mr. Marlow, owner of Marlow Yachts, a luxury power yacht builder, has raised the bar by influencing quality and design of a brand that already had forty years of experience building sailboats.

The new 31, which has a Length Overall of 32’4” and a beam of 11’10” will be a tough contender for any model in her size range that tries to compete with the volume below. One of her best features is the spacious cockpit that will deliver a feel more like that of a larger boat. Performance will also be one of her strong features with a large sail plan and a Glenn Henderson hull design plus hard chine aft below the waterline which has become a signature for Marlow-Hunter sailboats built under David Marlow.

Below, her quality fit and finish is hand crafted using real teak furniture and floors, Corian countertops, ball bearing drawer hardware and name brand appliances and equipment. The construction of the hull and deck utilizes Vinyl Ester resins and gel-coats, continuous reinforcement fibers, Kevlar and state of the art Nida-coring for structural integrity for ours and our customer’s, peace of mind.

Length Overall 32’4″  9.86 m31 Marlow Hunter 2015 Salon
Hull Length  31’11”  9.73 m
Waterline Length  29’8″  9.04 m
Beam  11’10″  3.61 m
Draft – Shoal  4’5″  1.35 m
Draft – Deep  5’5″  1.65 m
Displacement – Shoal  12,000 lbs  5,443.1 kg
Displacement – Deep  11,854 lbs  5,376.9 kg
Ballast – Shoal  3,525 lbs  1,598.9 kg
Ballast – Deep  3,379 lbs  1,532.7 kg
Mast Height – From Waterline – Standard  46’6 3/4″  14.19 m
Mast Height – From Waterline – Furling  51’11″  15.82 m
Sail Area – Standard  581 sq ft  54 sq m
Sail Area – Furling  542 sq ft  50.4 sq m

 

Trailerable Models  22, 18, 15

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2016  Marlow-Hunter  22

 

The Fiberglass Hunter 22 is the ultimate daysailer – with great overnighting capability! This stable platform is rated for five persons and will keep the family safe and dry, but will get up and go when you want to run.

The large cockpit accommodates six in comfort, while the extra large cuddy is fun for overnighting, with opening, screened ports, a roomy comfortable v-berth, and space for a portable head. The Hunter 22 is super easy to trailer, rig and launch, and is sure to become your favorite weekend escape!

 

Length Overall 21’4″ 6.50 m
Hunter 22 salon port lrWaterline Length 18’9″ 5.72 m
Beam 7’11″ 2.41 m
Draft – Board Up 12″ 0.30 m
Draft – Board Down 42″ 1.07 m
Mast Height 31’2″ 9.50 m
Sail Area 293 sq ft 27.13 sq m
Displacement 2,000 lb 907 kg
Towing Weight 2,699 lb 1,224 kg

Trailer Optional

Hunter 18 running2016  Marlow-Hunter  18

The Hunter 18 is designed to serve a wide spectrum of sailors, from novices to salty veterans. Constructed of rugged, durable fiberglass, the Hunter 18 opens up endless possibilities on the waters around you. The kids will learn to sail safely in the Hunter 18 with its generous freeboard and ease of handling. With a max capacity of four, families can take daytrips in safety and comfort. Veteran sailors will appreciate the efficient hull design – below the waterline, a bow hollow and hard chine make for a slippery hull that delivers stability and performance even on light air days.

Several key features make the Hunter 18 an ideal daysailer. A seven foot beam guarantees stability and provides a clean and clutter-free cockpit. With its large main and small jib, the rig can be sailed by beginners, and this setup also provides fun for the seasoned sailor. The kick-up centerboard and swing-up rudder make landing and beaching a breeze, and the canvas cuddy unsnaps for easy bow access.

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The Hunter 18 is easy to trailer, rig and launch, and it will carry the entire crew. An optional spinnaker package will add even more performance. This is a fun, versatile boat for the family on the go!

 

Length Overall  18’4″  5.59 m
Waterline Length  16’6″  5.03 m
Beam  7’2″  2.18 m
Draft – Board Up  6″  0.15 m
Draft – Board Down  52″  1.32 m
Mast Height  24’6″  7.47 m
Sail Area – Jib/Main  170 sq ft  15.79 sq m
Sail Area – Gennaker  211 sq ft  19.60 sq m
Basic Weight  836 lb  379 kg
Towing Weight  1,143 lb  518 kg
Trailer Optional

2016  Marlow-Hunter  15

High freeboard, a raised boom and sturdy FRP construction make the new Hunter 15 daysailer a safe, versatile boat that both familes and greenhorn sailors will love. Designed with the novice in mind, the high sides, contoured salf-bailing cockpit, and a comfortably wide beam will lend a confident feeling while under sail. When the kids take to the water, these same design elements will provide peace of mind for the parents as well. The Hunter 15 is easy to trailer, rig and launch and it will carry a crew of four. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor looking to bang around the buoys or a family on a Sunday outing, the Hunter 15 is a fun, versatile boat that fits your sailing lifestyle!

 

Hunter 15

 

Length Overall  14’6″   4.42 m
Beam  6’6″   1.98 m
Draft – Board Up  6″   0.15 m
Draft – Board Down  3’0″   0.92 m
Mast Height  21’6″   6.55 m
Sail Area  107 sq ft   9.94 sq m
Basic Weight  500 lb   227 kg
Towing Weight  750 lb   340 kg
Trailer Optional

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