This Deck Salon 44 is Loaded including A/C, Generator, Inverter, In-Mast Main, lots New and updated!!
New spade rudder 2013
New Ray Marine touchscreen GPS And for KW radar 2014 New Kati dinghy davit 2014 New dodger and full canvas Sunbrella 2015 New Doyle sails main and jib 2015 New anchor windlass 2015 New mast and standing rigging 2016 Fuel tank flushed and new fuel filter system 2016 New salon Upholstery 2016 All 2013 survey recommendations have been completed
Please Contact Capt R Richard Fachtmann at 727-487-2278
Keel Type: Fin
Ballast: 7237 lb
Max Draft: 5 ft
TYPE VESSEL: 44' Hunter Deck Salon Auxiliary Sloop
BUILDER: Hunter Marine Corporation, Alachua, Florida
YEAR: 2007 model year
HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: HUN4D235G607
DOCUMENTATION NUMBER: 1206603
LOA: 43'2" LWL: 39'2" BEAM: 14'6"
DISP: 22,936 Lbs. BALLAST: 7,389 Lbs. DRAFT: 5'0"
HULL Molded, partially cored laminate of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) further reinforced with an interior FRP pan/liner, rubrail bulkheads and other transverse and longitudinal members bonded to the hull structure. Two deadlights and two portlights are mounted in the hull topsides. Bustle, swim entry type transom has a ladder, stainless steel hand grabs and lazarettes port and starboard.
DECK Molded, cored FRP laminate incorporating the cabin house, foredeck, side decks, cockpit and coamings in one contiguous structure.
KEEL Fin/bulb/wing design bolted externally to the hull.
RUDDER Balanced spade type.
HULL/DECK JOINT Pout joint covered in a vinyl rubrail.
STEERING 40" hide covered Lewmar folding destroyer type pedestal wheel aft in the cockpit with gear and shaft system to a tiller arm on the rudder stock. Also fitted with a pedestal brake, pedestal guard and an emergency tiller.
DECK HARDWARE Twin stainless steel anchor roller, stainless steel bow rail, stern rails with seats drink holders, and fender caddies, stanchions with double lifelines with gates, FRP anchor well with hatch, aluminum framed deck hatches, aluminum framed fixed house windows, aluminum framed portlights, two aluminum framed windshields, FRP cockpit seat hatches, FRP seahood, plastic companionway sliding hatch and doors with windows, cockpit table and drink holder, stainless steel hand grabs, assorted line handling hardware for running rigging, inboard genoa tracks with cars, bimini top, shower, spoiler arch with traveler lights and speakers, electronics mounts, cleats, lines, fenders and other miscellaneous gear.
SPARS, SAILS AND RIGGING
MAST Seldon anodized, extruded aluminum, double swept back spreader section stepped on deck and fitted with an in the mast mainsail roller furling system with a line driver type winch, rigging, light fixtures antenna, masthead Windex, ion dissipater & a wind instrument sending unit.
BOOM Selden anodized extruded aluminum main boom.
STANDING RIGGING Headstay fitted with a Furlex 300S roller furling system, two 19/32” upper shrouds, two intermediate shrouds, 7/32" diamond stays, and two 19/32” lower shrouds constructed of 1X19 stainless steel wire rope with primarily swage type terminal ends.
RUNNING RIGGING Main sheet traveler system, Selden solid boom vang, and braided line of a size to suit on other applications with most sail handling lines led to the cockpit.
WINCHES By Lewmar are one electric and one conventional #40CST's on the cabin top forward of the cockpit and a pair of #48CST's on the cockpit coamings. Also a line driver type winch on the mast
SAILS Doyle roller furling main
Doyle roller furling genoa with sacrificial cover
GENERATOR Fischer Panda Model PMS 600ND, generator powered by a two cylinder FWC marine diesel.
SERIAL NUMBER C02-038-054
RECORDED HOURS Start:2118.9 End: 2121.3
LOCATION Below nav station seat.
GROUND TACKLE Simpson Lawrence 12 volt windlass
Delta modified plow type with chain leader and Nylon rode
ENGINE Yanmar model 4JH4E, four cylinder turbocharged marine diesel developing a reported 56 horsepower @ 3,000 r.p.m.
SERIAL NUMBER E04356
RECORDED HOURS Start:1510.2 End: 1510.4
FUEL LINES/FILTERS Primarily USCG type A1 neoprene hose with an in-line Racor fuel filter/separator and 12 volt fuel pump.
LINKAGES Morse type with single lever controls.
EXHAUST Wet elbow at exhaust manifold with hose to a FRP silencer below aft berth and on to a discharge fitting in the counter, port side.
COOLING Fresh water heat exchange system with a plastic sea water strainer.
MOUNTING Soft mounts bolted atop spacers to FRP laminated beds.
VENTILATION Natural and 12 volt blower forced.
GEARBOX Kanzaki model KM35A2, 2.33:1 ratio marine reduction gear. Serial #02000
GAUGES Tachometer with hour meter, water temperature, oil pressure and fuel gauge.
SHAFT 1 ¼” stainless steel.
PROPELLER 18 RH 12 three blade
OIL & WASTE Both mounted in galley
OTHER Oil change pump
FUEL TANK One tank of plastic construction below the starboard aft berth. Capacity per data tag on tank is 50 gallons.
WATER TANK Plastic tanks with a total reported capacity of 140 gallons. Selection valves below galley sink and Tank level indicator at the navigation station.
PUMP ParMax 4, 4.3 g.p.m. 12 volt
PLUMBING Primarily color coded plastic tubing.
WATER HEATER Force 10 stainless steel 11 gallon, 110 volt unit with engine heat exchange option.
THROUGH HULL Bronze ball valves in place unless noted.
FITTINGS BELOW Engine intake: Below sole inboard in galley.
WATERLINE Generator intake: Below sole inboard in galley.
Macerator discharge: Below sole inboard in galley.
Combination galley sink and head washbasin drain: Below sole inboard in galley.
Air conditioning system intake: Below sole inboard in galley.
Forward head wash basin drain: Below sole in forward cabin.
Speed and depth transducers: Plastic fittings below sole in forward cabin.
Shaft log: A conventional bronze packing gland with hose and clamp attachment to a shaft log tube bolted to the hull on centerline aft of the engine space below aft cabin sole.
Rudder port: FRP tube in the lazarettes.
TYPE 12 volt d/c and 110 volt a/c systems.
12 VOLT One Group 34 AGM 12 volt start battery.
Three 4D AGM cell 12 volt house batteries.
110 VOLT Twin 30 amp shore service with marine shore cords. Xantrex model 458 inverter / charger
Synergex Puresine 600 inverter
Onboard diesel powered gen set
BATTERY CHARGING A function of the inverter.
PANEL Circuit breaker panel with indicator lights, a/c & d/c volt meters.
BONDING This vessel is not continuously bonded.
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION AIDS
COMPASS 4" illuminated Danforth Globalmaster
VHF Icom IC-M422 with a Commandmic
DEPTH Raymarine ST60+
SPEED Raymarine ST60+
WIND Raymarine ST60+
CHART PLOTTER Garmin GPSMap 640
AUTOPILOT Raymarine ST7002
ENTERTAINMENT Dual am/fm/cd stereo in cockpit
22" Westinghouse flat panel television
Bose sound system with DVD player
15" Sole' flat panel television
INTERIOR Forward cabin has a V-berth with tank and stowage below, locker and entry door to starboard aft.
Forward head compartment to port has a separate stall shower, countertop washbasin, lockers, and an Jabsco electric marine toilet discharging to a common plastic holding tank. Tank is evacuated via a waste deck pump out or overboard with a 12 volt macerator. Jabsco 12 volt shower drain pump
Main cabin has settee and Nav station with opening chart table, electrical panel and electronics to starboard, U-shaped settee/dinette with pedestal table inboard to port, stowage below and outboard of both settees.
Galley port aft in main cabin has drawers, lockers, double stainless steel sink, Waeco freezer, Dometec refrigerator, Contoure microwave and a Seaward Princess, three burner gimbaled stainless steel propane stove with oven. Propane is stored in one aluminum tank (manufactured 04/06) in a sealed and dedicated box in the locker to port in cockpit. Systems is fitted with cut-off valve, pressure regulator, gauge and 12 volt safety solenoid. Companionway central aft.
Aft head compartment to starboard has a has a separate stall shower, countertop washbasin, lockers, and an Jabsco electric marine toilet discharging to a common plastic holding tank. Tank is evacuated via a waste deck pump out or overboard with a 12 volt macerator. Jabsco 12 volt shower drain pump.
Port aft cabin has lockers forward outboard, engine box cover forward inboard berth aft entry door central forward.
Starboard aft cabin has locker, entry door and door to head compartment forward engine box cover forward inboard, berth aft, entry door central forward.
Interior finish is primarily with a vinyl headliner, teak veneers over plywood bulkheads and interior furniture components trimmed with teak, faux teak and holly cabin soles, gel coated surfaces of the FRP pan/liner components. Upholstered cushions, Corian type counter tops, accordion blinds, 12 volt light fixtures, and 110 volt receptacles are found, where appropriate, throughout.
AIR CONDITIONING Marine Air System, 16,000 BTU forward and 10,000 BTU aft.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT: REQUIRED
FIRE FIGHTING Compliant with:
Mfg. date & Type Size Tag Gauge Mounted
2004 dry chemical BC-I -0- green forward cabin
2004 dry chemical BC-I -0- green starboard aft cabin
2004 dry chemical BC-I -0- green port aft cabin
2010 dry chemical BC-I -0- green galley
Automatic fire suppression system in engine compartment
PFD’s Eight type II adult
LIFE RINGS Compliant with a model 920 horseshoe buoy and a Lifesling
NAVIGATION LIGHTS Compliant at time of inspection
VISUAL DISTRESS Compliant at the time of inspection with:
# Type USCG approval # Expire date
12 gauge signal launcher
6 12 gauge meteor cartridges 160.066/34/0 1/16
6 Red hand flares 160.021/18/0 1/16
2 Orange smoke signal 160.037/8/0 12/15
SOUND DEVICE Compliant with an aerosol horn and a fog bell
SAFETY EQUIPMENT: OPTIONAL
BILGE PUMPS Rule 1500 g.p.h. 12 volt submersible and float switch in keel bilge cavity central in the main cabin.
Rule 4000 g.p.h. 12 volt submersible and float switch elevated in keel bilge cavity central in the main cabin. Manual diaphragm type pump operated from the cockpit with pick up hose in keel bilge cavity in the main cabin.
OTHER Carbon Monoxide alarms
First aid kit
Soft wood plugs