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1986 Hunter H31

Portland, Oregon, United States
$34,500 USD
Condition: Excellent

Once in a while one comes across a boat that has had the benefit of three years of TLC, upgrades, and repairs at an affordable sail-away price. Our Hunter 31 is that boat. I am providing the full and comprehensive detail on this boat so you have the benefit of learning what Santosha has experienced since we bought her in 2017.

We are a family of four and bought her to cruise the Columbia River. We have enjoyed many fine memories aboard Santosha, which means its all good” in Sanskrit. We bought her in a state of neglect, but we loved her racy lines, ample head room (we are both 62), loads of storage, and amenities on board. We carefully began the work of bringing her up to snuff.

Santosha is a sloop rigged, fin keel sailboat, equipped with a 16hp Yanmar auxiliary diesel, furling headsail, and mainsail with lazy jack system. Additionally the boat has a CNG galley and a hot-water heater driven by hot-water from the engine or shore power. All lines run aft to the cockpit and she is easily sailed single handed from the cockpit and is a pleasure to sail for the new or experienced sailor.

There’s definitely a big-boat feel once you go below on Santosha. Headroom is 6 feet 3 inches in the spacious saloon. Santoshas V-berth sleeps two adults. The head with sink and toilet is just outside the V-berth and fitted with a privacy door that doubles as a V-berth door as well. The overall layout is social, with a U-shaped galley to starboard that allows the cook to converse or otherwise take part in the goings on. The galley has a two-burner stove, sink and a deep fridge and small freezer. It is abutted by a dinette that seats four. The salon table drops down to form another double berth. The port side features a settee (single bunk if needed) and full navigation station with chart table and light. The aft cabin is roomy and generous for two adults with storage in the transom area too. Teak paneling warms the saloon and other bulkheads. Plentiful windows provide light and cross ventilation.

Equipment: Tanks: Fresh Water Tanks: (35 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (18 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

Accommodations: Number of single berths: 1 (settee) Number of double berths: 2 (aft berth and V-berth) Number of heads: 1 Sleeps: 7 in total

Electronics: Signet depth-sounder Signet knot-log (new in 2018) Compass VHF (brand new ICOM M324G GPS, just installed with AIS)

Inside Equipment: Electric bilge pump Battery charger Hot water heater Water pressure pump CNG two burner range and oven Manual head Xintex CNG Control system and fume detector Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detector Shower (hot & cold) with curtain Fridge freezer Re-oiled interior teak 4 x fire extinguishers 4 x life jackets Seagull water purifier cartridge and faucet in galley sink CNG interior cabin heater Cruising guide and charts for the Columbia River 6” Brunswick custom after berth mattress with fitted sheets (fantastic night’s sleep!)

Electrical Equipment: Shore power inlet Shore poer cable Electrical Circuit: 110V Trojan house and starter battery banks (new 2020)

Outside Equipment/Extras: CQR anchor Danforth anchor Chain rope rode Bimini Dodger Pushpit canvas enclosure BBQ Fishing pole holder LifeSling MOB Manual bilge pump Emergency tiller Dingy davits 2 x winch handles 2 x MOB cushions 1 x deck brush 5 x Fenders

Deck and Hull Features: Stainless steel helm CPT Autopilot Helm and binnacle cover Companion way cover Winch covers Fenders - 5 Lifelines Stern swim ladder Varnished exterior teak Fresh cockpit finishing (primed with Awl Grip 545, 3 top coats of Awl Grip) Buffed and waxed again in June 2020

Rigging: Roller Furling by Harken Genoa 155% Dacron main Dacron in good condition (Neil Pryde) New running rigging by North Sails Lazy Jack main sail flaking system

Optional: (The following is not included in the price of the boat, but can be purchased separately.) The Newport Vessels, Dana - 8ft 10in Inflatable Dinghy (June 2020) Smart Battery Box (June 2020) Inflatable Boat Underseat Bag (June 2020) NV Series - 62lb Thrust - Saltwater Trolling Motor (June 2020, used twice)

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Specs

Designers
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Builder
Hunter Marine
Associations
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# Built
?
Hull
Monohull
Keel
Wing
Rudder
?
Construction
FG

Dimensions

Length Overall
46 8 / 14.2 m
Waterline Length
101 8 / 31 m
Beam
32 9 / 10 m
Draft
16 4 / 5 m
Displacement
25,600 lb / 11,612 kg
Ballast
10,900 lb / 4,944 kg

Rig and Sails

Type
Sloop
Reported Sail Area
948′² / 88.1 m²
Total Sail Area
948′² / 88.1 m²
Mainsail
Sail Area
425′² / 39.5 m²
P
51 9 / 15.8 m
E
16 4 / 5 m
Mast Height
?
Foresail
Sail Area
523′² / 48.6 m²
I
58 9 / 17.9 m
J
17 9 / 5.4 m
Forestay Length
61 5 / 18.7 m

Auxilary Power

Make
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Model
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HP
?
Fuel Type
?
Fuel Capacity
?
Engine Hours
?

Accomodations

Water Capacity
?
Holding Tank Capacity
?
Headroom
?
Cabins
2

Calculations

Hull Speed
8.43 knots
Sail Area/Displacement
17.46
good performance
Ballast/Displacement
42.58
stiffer, more powerful
Displacement/Length
184.32
light
Comfort Ratio
28.47
coastal cruiser
Capsize Screening
1.88
better suited for ocean passages

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