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Grove Yacht Sales LLC - Grove Yacht Sales
RECENT PRICE REDUCTION!
New rigging in 2020 and added Bow Thruster!
A rare diamond find! La Nena is a great example of the Hunter 420 center cockpit cruising sailboat. A follow-on to the original and very popular Hunter Legend 42, this model embraces the Hunter reputation. Not too large but very livable and easy to sail.
Equipped with full electronics, autopilot, genset and wind gen, bow thruster, Sat TV antenna, and full enclosure. Owner replaced standing rigging in 2020. The aft cabin and berth are more accessible and more comfortable than her bigger sister Hunter 450. Great galley with huge separate freezer. Cool cockpit for friends or just for two.
A must see if you are ready to go sailing for the day, the weekend or extended cruising.
A quick walk thru down the companionway stairs shows the large L-galley to port and the nav station to stdb. Aft of the nav station is the aisle to the aft cabin. The access for the engine and genset are there along with the full electrical panels.
The aft cabin is a full queen berth with equal access to both sides. Closet and storage is to stbd and the large ensuite head and shower are to port. Head/walking room is full across the whole cabin due to the large aft deck of the center cockpit design.
Fwd of the galley/nav station is the dinette to stbd and settee to port. Then fwd of that is access to the fwd cabin with a Pullman full berth to stbd and closet/settee to port. Finally fwd is the large guest head/shower in the Vee.
There are two a/c units to maintain a comfortable environment. One is dedicated to the owner's suite and the second is for the salon and fwd cabin.
The galley is always a Hunter bonus! It includes the largest fridge (with front opening access as well) and freezer combination for a 42' sailboat. Also is a 3 burner Force 10 stove/oven and built in microwave. The sink is a extra large double SS sink. The owner has also added a convenient toaster oven for quick preps.
There is lots of drawers, cabinets, shelves and cubbies for all of your galley ware and panty items.
The engine is a reliable Yanmar 4JH diesel with about 1000 hours. The tach and Hobbs meter were changed and the current hours only shows about 50. Access is in the aft cabin aisle, in the aft cabin and the shower. Above the engine is the genset.
A Vetus bow thruster was installed about 10 years ago and is under the fwd berth.
La Nena has a 110V system supplied by 2 x 30 A shore power cords or the 6 KW Northern Lights genset when away from the dock. The genset is currently showing about 2270 hours.
The 12 V system is maintained by a Freedom 100A batter charger which is also a 2kw inverter. While away from the dock, the batteries are charged by the engine alternator or the Kiss Output wind generator.
The main electronics are the original Raymarine ST60 series with the Smart Pilot control at the helm pedestal and the Wind/Depth/Speed displays on the coach roof above the companionway. The upgrades include a new Garmin GPSmap at the helm and a Garmin GPSmap 4208 at the nav station. Both are connected with a new Garmin radar at the mast spreader.
Communication is via a Icom IC-M504 VHF at the nav station.,
A KVH M3 TracVision satellite TV antenna is mounted on a stern mast and connected to both interior TVs - one in the salon and one in the aft cabin. It operates on Direct TV but there is no service at this time.
The sail plan is the traditional and proven B&R Selden rig with an in-mast furling mainsail and a furling headsail. The sails were replaced in 2011 and the shrouds were all replaced in 2020.
Lines are run to the cockpit and controlled by two Lewmar 48 ST primary jib winches and two Lewmar 44 ST on the coach roof for the halyards, mainsail furling and the mainsheet. The mainsail traveler is mounted on the standard Hunter Stainless Steel arch over the cockpit.
The Hunter 420 layout incorporates the center cockpit design with a large aft deck. The aft is a small swim platform with steps to the deck level. Also aft are the two large stern seats (recently varnished) for the "best seat in the house"! The cockpit has the central pedestal for steering and has a full enclosure with new clear panels and shade panels.
The ground tackle is a Delta plow anchor with full chain rode controlled by a Simpson Lawence windlass with foot controls.
Also included is a Edson outboard motor mount and a Forespar motor crane on the aft deck.,
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.