The Hunter 39 was designed as the successor to the 38, Hunter's breakthrough model that combined comfort, outstanding performance and easy handling. This boat retains many of the positive characteristics of the 38, but makes major improvements in several key areas.
The Hunter 39 features a rugged ocean-going hull that bears the CE "A" Classification. The deck profile and hull shape are sleek and modern, and the extended hull improves sailing performance. The cockpit features twin wheels for the ultimate in comfort, visibility and control, and transom access from the roomy cockpit is wide and safe. The U-shaped cockpit lounge seats the entire crew in comfort around a large drop-leaf table. Moving forward, the bridgedeck is raised a full 15 inches, minimizing any threat of downflooding.
Below, the Hunter 39 retains the popular two stateroom/one head layout, but several key enhancements improve function and appearance. In the galley, faux granite countertops give a luxurious custom feel. Handholds and storage are plentiful throught the boat. Underfoot, a sturdy bevelled hardwood sole lends an opulent flair. The new nav station is roomier, allowing you to plot your course in comfort, and larger ports in the common areas let in more natural light.
|Beam||12 ft 11 in||Dry Weight||18501 lb|
|Hull Material||Fiberglass||Hull Shape||Monohull|
|Fuel Capacity||36 gal||Length at Waterline||34 ft 8 in|
|Length Overall||39 ft 5 in||Cabin Headroom||6 ft 6 in|
|Holding Tank Size||25 gal||Water Capacity||75 gal|
Mast Height – Standard - 59'1"
Mast Height – Furling - 62'0"
Sail Area – Actual (Standard) - 991 ft sq
Sail Area – Actual (Furling) - 845 ft sq
I - 46'8"
J - 12'1"
P – Standard - 47'5"
P – Furling - 50'3"
E – Standard - 19'3"
E – Furling - 19'3"