2004 Hunter 44' (13.41 m)
St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Spirit Wind has been upgraded and well maintained by a knowledgeable owner. The boat is easily handled by a couple with roller furling main and jib, electric cabin-top winch, and autopilot.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HUN4A130C304
|Dodger and bimini with full cockpit enclosure|
|Custom dinghy davits|
|Dual air conditioners|
LOA: 43' 3'' (13.18 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 14' 6''
Draft Max: 5' 0''
Draft Min: 5' 0''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Bridge Clearance: 61' 4''
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 4JH3E
- Engine Year: 2004
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 55.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1880.00
Layout: Salon to port is an L-shaped galley aft and U-shaped settee forward, to starboard is a head aft, the navigation station just forward of the head, and a double settee forward. The forward and aft staterooms have en suite heads.
Air Conditioning: 20000 BTU (16000 salon and forward stateroom, 4000 aft stateroom)
Ports: 10 opening ports
Hatches: Seven hatches
Cabin Sole: Everwear ® teak-and-holly-look laminate
Nav Station: Starboard forward-facing with seat
Dinette Table: Large wood expandable table to seat eight
Settee(s): U-shaped settee to port, double settee to starboard with lea cloth
Cushions: Cream-colored synthetic leather port salon settee cushions, cloth starboard double settee cushions
Guest Cabin: Forward with large V-berth and en suite head
Master Cabin: Aft with large athwartship berth, hanging locker, vanity forward, and custom mattress
Head(s): Two, each with separate showers
Fans: 12 Volt fans in Salon, aft cabin, and V-berth
Stove/Oven: Gimbaled two-burner with oven port side (manual ignition only)
Refrigeration: Front-opening 12 Volt stainless-steel refrigerator and front-opening 12 Volt stainless-steel freezer
Sink: Deep double sink
Water: Hot & cold pressure water
Water Heater: 11-gallon electric
Cabinets: Ample wood cabinets throughout
Plotter: Raymarine at helm (integrated system E120, GPS, chart plotter, radar, AIS receiver, fish finder - currently inoperable due to cracked display screen)
Autopilot: Raymarine (remote inoperable)
VHF: At navigation station with remote at helm station
Stereo: Bose surround
TV: LG flat screen on bulkhead in salon
Radar: Raymarine (inoperable)
Magnetic Compass: Danforth Constellation High-Speed at helm station
Infrared Sensor: FLIR bow-mounted, gimballed IR sensor with control at helm station
12v system: Panel with double-pole breakers, battery switches for house and starting
110v system: Panel with separate circuits for two lines
Battery Charger: 50A
Batteries: Lifeline AGM June 2016 (two 4D house and one group 27 starting)
Shore Power: Two 30A
Generator: Fischer Panda 4200 BFC with 349 hours. Currently not operational. Sold as is.
Alternator: Balmar Alternator, Balmar multistage voltage regulator, Xantrex battery monitor
Solar: Integrated solar and charging system with two Solbian SP 112L flexible solar panels, Blue Seas automatic charging relay, all with manufacturers recommended connections, monitors, etc.
Inverter: 2000W Kisangani SW 1220 Pure Sinewave Power Inverter (under chart table used for induction cooking plate)
Interior Lights: Halogen
Navigation Lights: Bow & stern navigation lights, steaming light, fore deck light, anchor light/masthead navigation light
Windlass: Electric Simpson-Lawrence
Isolation Transformer: Charles ISO G2 in 2019 to protect against faulty shore power (also has factory standard galvanic isolator)
SAILS & RIGGING
Spinnaker: asymmetrical, red, white, and blue with sock
Mast: Aluminum roller furling
Roller Furling: Main and genoa
Vang: Mechanical rigid vang
Primary Winches: Two chrome-finish Lewmar® two-speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches on coamings
Halyard Winches: One electric chrome-finish Lewmar® two-speed halyard/control line winch on starboard coach roof, one manual chrome-finish Lewmar® two-speed halyard/control line winch on port coach roof
Clutches: Four on coach roof to port and four on coach roof to starboard
Traveler: On arch
DECK & HULL
Hull Color: White
Deck Color: White
Bow Thruster: Yes
Canvas: Bimini, dodger, connector, full cockpit enclosure
Cushions: Bottom Siders closed cell foam cockpit cushions
Cockpit Table: Fiberglass with folding leaves
Swim Ladder: Transom
Cockpit Shower: Yes
Anchor: Rocna on bow roller
Rub Rail: Yes
Bottom: April 2019 (Petit Trinidad)
Bilge Pump(s): Two electric, one manual, high water alarm
Oil & Filter: April 2019
Transmission Fluid: 2019
Spare Parts: Oil, fuel treatment, Fischer Panda repair kit/tools, spare lines on hangers in lazarette
The asking price accounts for the following items that are inoperable or in need of attention:
Hand-held fire extinguishers should be inspected by a qualified person.
Fixed fire system in engine compartment should be inspected by a qualified person.
No fixed fire system installed in generator compartment.
No smoke alarm in galley.
Signal flares required by USCG are not current.
Minor surface corrosion on keel bolts.
Rule 2000 bilge pump mounted lower in bilge compartment mount is cracked.
Wing nuts on batteries not ABYC approved type hex nuts.
Connections directly from aft house battery terminal not buss bar.
Aft shower sump pump is non-operational.
Forward head not pumping water.
Propane stove is manual (no pilot lights/igniters).
Insulation in generator housing is peeling and deteriorated.
Generator is non-operational.
Some running rigging in cockpit worn.
Small tear in sail aft on the starboard side.
Chart plotter non-operational due to cracked screen.
Autopilot remote non-operational.
FLIR forward facing thermal imagery camera non-operational.
Forward head pickup thru-hull corroded.
Minor water damage around portholes in salon.
Minor marks on headliner.
Salon AC condensation pan corroded.
High pressure release valve on water heater corroded.
Opening ports in salon, staterooms, and heads have minor sun crazing.
Cracks in fairing compound on keel.
Bottom paint is old.
Galley refrigerator trim pieces have minor corrosion.
Cosmetic fiberglass cracks in corners of bilge under salon sole.
Upholstery mismatched and worn.
Minor cosmetic damage to gelcoat and stripes.
Bimini top needs minor repair.
Minor rust on traveler arch.
Musty smell in vessel interior.
Some of the interior 12-volt fans are inoperable.
The CO monitors are inoperable and are disconnected.
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1421 Bay St SE
St. Petersburg FL 33701 USA
Jim Mitchell specializes in the sale of new and used power and sailing vessels 30’ to 60’ in length.