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The SeaHunter 37 has proved to be stable, fast and laid out as a great fishing platform. With a sharp 60-degree entry and 24.5-degree deadrise at the stern, the hull is a true deep-V, offering a smooth ride .SeaHunter incorporates large chines for greater lateral stability, and they do a good job of keeping water from going airborne, helping keep the boat dry.
SeaHunter uses high-end materials to build its boats like 100 percent vinylester resin, Corecell PVC core throughout the boat, a full layer of Kevlar fabric in the hull layup, and a lot of lightweight and expensive carbon fiber to save weight.
It's powered with triple 300 HP 4-stroke Yamahas that have been properly taken care of. It's fully commissioned and ready to go.
Two large anchor lockers on the foredeck
Wide gunwales with recessed handrail and full coaming pads
Massive storage bin in the deck centerline, forward of the console
Aft of the lies an in-deck livewell or additional storage compartment
Two more in deck storage fish boxes along either side of the console.
The console has a forward seat with cooler beneath an in step head, with electric toilet, and access door on the port side
Vertical rod holders on both sides of the console
Console features a recessed dash with a lift-up plexiglass panel to protect the two big display screens
Aft mounted rod holders, ,two side mounted kingfish rod holders and Rupp Top Gun outriggers
Tackle boxes and drawers under the leaning post
Aft of the leaning post is a large and deep in-deck storage/fish box, and farther aft is a large access hatch that opens to the lazarette, where you'll find the various pumps to feed the various livewells throughout the boat, plus bilge pumps, fuel filters, etc.
Two 53 gallon corner livewells sit in the transom bulkhead for easy access
Five vertical rod holders and fresh and salt water washdowns
Spreader lights in each corner of T-Top
Pull-out boarding ladder on port side of transom
Garmin 7215 GPS/Radar/Sonar
GHS 10 VHF Radio
Fusion Stereo with 4 Cockpit speakers