2004 Hunter 41

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Whitehall MI
Engine Hours:
Number of Engines:
Nominal Length:
41 ft
Length at Water Line:
35.5 ft
Length Overall:
40.33 ft


WELL MAINTAINED - CLEAN - MEET "SERENDIPITY"! This 2004 Hunter 41AC has been well maintained by her owners and it shows!  She has a shoal draft wing keel, very large comfortable cockpit area and a folding wheel which allows easy waking around the helm. All lines are led to the cockpit and the in-mast furling main and furling headsail make sailing a breeze and on a cool day you will enjoy the full enclosure.
Down below the accommodations are spacious with multiple ports and hatches to bring in the natural light. The countertops in the galley are beautiful Corian, a large stainless steel double basin sink, microwave, a front front-loading refrigerator, front-loading freezer and a large pantry adds to the galley storage. There is a large U-shaped dinette that easily seats 8 and converts to a double sleeping area to port, double settee to starboard with chart table and control panels aft.
The master cabin is aft with a queen size inner spring mattress and plenty of storage and has a large vanity.  The guest suite is forward with a Pullman berth to port with sink area to starboard. It also has a private head and shower. The aft head doubles as day head and offers a separate stall shower.
She is ready for her next sailing adventure. Contact us to get a tour!

Additional Information

Equipment List
Two Garmin GMI-20 instruments
Raymarine P70 auto pilot control head
Raymarine auto pilot - new computer in 2015
Garmin HD radar
Garmin gWind transducer w/GND10BB
Garmin 7212 touch screen chart plotter
Many Garmin BlueChart G2 Vision charts (SD cards)
ICOM IC-M402 VHF (DSC) radio
One handheld VHF radio with charger
Bose Stereo
One flat panel TV
NAPA start battery new in 2021
ProMariner ProNautic 1250 Automatic Digital Marine Battery Charger
Xantrex ProSine 1800 watt inverter
Blue Sky Solar Boost 3000i MPPT solar charge controller with 160 watt panel on bimini
Balmar 100 amp alternator
Tech-Edge iSeries tank monitoring system (needs calibration)
2 Charles Industries 3.6 KVA ISOGUARD Shoreline Isolation Transformers (eliminates  potential dockside power problems) Antenna for "Groove" wifi booster Wireless router

Sails, Deck & Cockpit
Furling 110% headsail
In-mast furling main sail
All sail control lines to cockpit
Electric anchor windlass
150 feet anchor chain with 150+ feet nylon
Main anchor is 44 pound Delta
Large Fortress Anchor as storm or spare anchor
Folding wheel at helm#2 Double stern rail seats

Navy blue Sunbrella canvas
Full enclosure
Winter Cover
Cockpit seat cushions

Galley & Interior
Air conditioning (2 reverse cycle)

Upgraded leather interior cushionsDouble stainless steel sink
Hot/cold water
WATTS 2-stage drinking water filter with tap at galley sink
Front-loading refrigerator
Front-loading freezer
Force 10 propane oven/stove
Force 10 water heater with spare heating element
Two heads each with Jabsco macerating toilets and showers in each
Dinette table converts to berth
Water heater by-pass for winterization
Bilge pump counter
High capacity high water bilge pump with alarm
Ship's bell
Cabinet behind the galley sink is designed to dry and sanitize dishes with a light and fan inside.  Switch is just in front of the sink below rail.
Shoal keel
1750 Engine hours
Upgraded Yanmar 56 HP in lieu of standard 40
Max-Prop 18 in. automatic feathering adjustable 10-30 degrees
Spare raw water impellers
Spare zincs (sacrificial anodes)
Extra engine oil and filters
Cordless spotlight with charger
Corded 12 volt spotlight
Several dock lines
Several shore power cords
Y-splitter for 50amp shore power to two 30 amp cords
Fireboy fire suppression system for engine compartment
Sea water washdown pump
Deck brush
Several USCG approved PFD's
2019 soda blasted bottom and applied 6 epoxy barrier coats then 4 coats of paint (Hydrocoat)
Mercury inflatable dinghy (9'4") with hand pump
6HP Mercury 4-stroke motor with extra prop
Weaver Dinghy Snap Davits on sailboat transom
Electronic strobe as a suitable USCG replacement for flares


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.