Yachts of the Hunter series are being designed in the USA at the Hunter Marine shipyard. But recently, the company decided to additionally begin production of such yachts in Europe, for which purpose a shipyard equipped with the latest technology was built in England, using the same technological methods as at the main enterprise in Florida.
A separate technological innovation of Hunter Marine is the widespread use of thermoformed plastic parts, which can greatly reduce production costs by automating it.
The yacht has passed European certification and is classified in category B: Offshore. In this case, this means that "the vessel is intended for sailing in the open sea with a wind power of up to 8 points (17-20 m / s) and a wave height of up to 4 m inclusive." The boat was almost standard, of the additional (custom-made) options on it were only a mast with an internal mainspring system and a microwave in the galley, powered by a coastal power supply.
The salon itself is more likely to be associated with a first-class hotel room than with a yacht cabin. To the right of the ramp is a convenient U-shaped galley equipped with a refrigerator, a double burner gas stove with an oven, a stainless sink with an electric pump and the notorious microwave. On the counter above the sink is a set of plastic dishes for four.
On the port side of the gangway is the entrance to the aft cabin.
Hot water is supplied to the shower and wash basin from the heater; its capacity is 23 l. Swivel lights in the cabin and cabins, as well as elements of the galley.
The navigational corner unfurled in the stern is a table with a card holder. Nearby is a liquid crystal display informing about the level of filling of ship tanks. For an additional fee, the yacht can be equipped with a large number of different radio navigation devices with the output of repeaters on the chart table. Under the navigator’s seat is a switch that controls the operation of three powerful 12-volt batteries located under the sofa cushion.
All visible wooden parts, including bulkheads and flooring, are made of solid teak covered with three layers of varnish. In general, the interior of the yacht can be compared, perhaps, with the interior of a large American car - very spacious and comfortable.