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Auriga
2007 | 49' Hunter 49 Sailboat for Sale

2007 Hunter

49' (15.21m) 49 - Auriga

Auriga is a nice example of the Hunter 49 design. Well maintained this boat presents well with the larger 110 HP engine, 12 kW genset, bow thruster and much, much more. Priced very competitively, this boat offers very good value on today's market.


Vessel ID# 2795307      Last Updated: 2024-06-19 09:04:26

$ 245,000 USD

€ 230,153 Euros
$ 337,212 CAD

Description

  "A robust sailing platform with unsurpassed versatility, the Hunter 49 can be configured to cruise around the harbor, or around the world in comfort. Solid construction, a high ballast ratio and a stout B&R rig are the basic elements that make this flagship capable and safe for the bluewater cruise of your dream. " ~ Hunter 49 Brochure

   

Auriga is a nice example of the Hunter 49 design. Well maintained this boat presents well with the larger 110 HP engine, 12 kW genset, bow thruster and much, much more. Priced very competitively, this boat offers very good value on today's market. 


 Certified Professional Yacht Broker with over 25 years' experience helping clients sell and purchase quality yachts. Please call Scott Woodruff, CPYB on his mobile at (954) 701-1072.


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by East Coast Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 49' 11" (15.21 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 2007

Beam: 14' 9"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 5' 6"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins:

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)

Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)

Holding Tank: 52 Gallons (196.84 Liters)

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Manufacturer Description

   "A luxurious passagemaker with a versatile floor plan for total extended offshore cruising, the Hunter 49 offers a complete range of live aboard accommodations and outstanding entertainment features. With an overall length of 49 feet 11 inches, plus 14 feet 5-inch beam and 6 feet 9 inches of salon headroom, the Hunter 49 is a BIG boat with impressive interior volume. Driving the Hunter 49's new hull is a specially engineered sail plan that achieves maximum efficiency while maintaining the Hunter trademark of single-handed sail-ability, which is a great feature for a boat of this size. Components aboard the Hunter 49 include Hunter's famous mainsheet traveler arch, backstayless B&R rig, and two headsail options: single self-tacking jib or self-tacking staysail with overlapping jib. A dual-ended mainsheet allows adjustments from both the cockpit and companionway, and all sheets and halyards end at the cockpit." ~ Hunter Marine


Construction

   "Construction is state-of-the-art, with Hunter hulls and decks built in a production-line process, using a combination of solid FRP and Baltek and plywood sandwich materials. The hull below the waterline is monolithic FRP and above the waterline it’s end- grain balsa sandwich. The forward section of the hull, from the keel sump to the stem, is reinforced with a Kevlar layer to strengthen the hull against an object strike.

     

The deck gelcoat is Maxguard that is said to be more flexible than most finishes and also highly UV-resistant. The interior gelcoat is MicroBan, incorporating an anti-bacterial agent that is used in surface materials in hospitals and food-processing plants. The outer hull skin is Ashland AME- 5000 modified epoxy, for maximum osmosis resistance. 

     

The chainplates are attached to the outside of the hull by massive bolts and a belt of reinforcement runs around the hull, from chainplate to chainplate. Deck walking areas are plywood sandwich laminate, and Coremat reinforced FRP is used for vertical surfaces, with aluminum plates embedded in the laminate at deck hardware attachments. 

     Hunter has adopted solid stainless steel bar rudder stocks, in concert with an isolation transformer to address any corrosion issues. Steering is by rod draglink from twin wheel stations." Hunter Marine


Hull

  • White gelcoat
  • Blue cove stripe
  • Double blue boot stripe
  • Blue antifouling 
  • Stainless steel bullnose cap over hull to deck joint
  • Shoal draft winged keel 
  • Feathering prop
  • Bow thruster


Deck Equipment

     

Transom

  • Stern light
  • Double stainless steel framed gates
  • Stainless steel stern cleats port and starboard 
  • Shore power inlets
  • Watertight storage lockers port and starboard
  • Stainless steel swim ladder
  • Stainless steel handrails port and starboard of swim ladder

    

Cockpit

  • Stainless steel arch
  • Entertainment module on arch
  • Pyle PLRMR23BTW stereo receiver
  • (2) Lewmar stainless steel helms
  • Stainless steel pushpits port and starboard
  • Stern seats on pushpit port and starboard with built in cup holders
  • Motor mount
  • Stainless steel outboard hoist 
  • Stainless steel handrails forward of helms port and starboard
  • Navpod electronics pod to port
  • Suite of electronics (See Electronics)
  • Marine compass port and starboard forward of helms
  • Lewmar throttle to port
  • Stainless steel framed cockpit table with double leaf composite tabletop with 4 built in cup holders and twin stainless-steel handrails
  • Winches (See Rigging)
  • Clutches (See Rigging)
  • Line storage port and starboard of companionway
  • Stainless steel handrails port and starboard of companionway

     

Weather Decks

  • Stainless steel stanchions
  • Stainless steel infills
  • Double coated wire lifelines with gates port and starboard
  • Stainless steel mid-ships cleat port and starboard
  • Jib tracks port and starboard

     

Coach Roof

  • (3) Stainless steel handrails port and starboard
  • (8) Deck hatches
  • (2) Fixed deck lights
  • Molded traveler base with Harken traveler for staysail

     

Foredeck

  • Stainless steel bow cleat port and starboard
  • Deck hatch
  • Stainless steel pulpit
  • Selden Furlex 300S staysail furler
  • Lewmar electric windlass
  • Stainless steel cleat and D-ring in anchor locker
  • Sectioned anchor locker
  • Selden Furlex 300S headsail furler
  • Stainless steel bow fitting with double anchor roller


Rigging

   

Standing Rigging

  • Selden mast 
  • UK-Halsey in line/in mast furling
  • Selden boom
  • Seldon rod vang
  • 1X19 stainless steel turnbuckles

     

Winches

  • (2) Lewmar 54 self-tailing 2 speed primary winches
  • Lewmar 46 self-tailing 2 speed electric halyard winch starboard of companionway
  • Lewmar 44 self-tailing 2 speed halyard/trim winch port of companionway 

     

Clutches

  • (5) Clutch cluster to starboard forward of halyard winch
  • (4) Clutch cluster to port forward of winch
  • Single Spinlock furling clutch to starboard forward of arch base
  • Single Spinlock furling clutch to port forward of arch base


Sails

  • North Sails NorDac Radian cut mainsail (P 15.73 m, E 6.65 m) ~ 2021
  • Quantum Sails crosscut Genoa (P 17.15 m, E 7.2 m) ~ 2021
  • Dacron staysail


Electronics

   

Helm

  • Raymarine E120 multifunction display
  • Raymarine ST7002 SmartPilot autopilot 
  • Raymarine ST60+ Autohelm Series tridata display
  • Raymarine ST60+ Autohelm Series wind display
  • Raymarine ST60+ Autohelm Series speed display
  • Raymarine ST60+ Autohelm Series depth display
  • Teleflex i5600 engine data display
  • (2) Danforth Global Master compasses

    

Hull

  • Raymarine depth transducer
  • Raymarine speed transducer

     

Mast

  • Raymarine closed array radar dome

     

Navigation Station

  • Raymarine E80 multifunction display
  • iCom IC-M422 marine VHF


Mechanical Systems

  • Yanmar 4JH4-HTE diesel engine # E20243
  • Dual Racor filters with switch on top
  • Kanzaki KM4A 2 transmission # 00416
  • Wet exhaust system
  • 3 Blade feathering Max Prop ~ 2015
  • 1.5” Stainless steel propeller shaft
  • Tides Marine shaft seal
  • Bow thruster ~ 2017
  • Lewmar shaft drive


Electrical Systems

     

12 Volt DC System

  • Custom 12 volt DC distribution panel 
  • 3 Position battery switch
  • 8D House battery ~ 2019
  • Group 24 primary starting battery ~ 2019
  • Group 24 genset starting battery
  • Link 1000 voltmeter
  • Xantrex 100 amp battery charger
  • Alternator charging

     

120 Volt AC System

  • Custom 120-volt AC distribution panel 
  • 50 Amp shore power
  • 50 Amp shore power cable
  • Fisher Panda 10.5 KW generator # C04-029-011 
  • Xantrex 25 inverter


Accommodations

     

“Most 49s are fitted out as owner’s versions, with the master cabin forward and two aft doubles... the master cabin layout is very impressive. The bed head is set against the collision bulkhead and the island mattress broadens halfway along its length and then tapers slightly towards the foot. The head is to starboard, and a separate shower cabin is to port. 

     

The saloon would do a small city apartment proud, with ample dinette table seating for six to eight and a separate lounge opposite. We love the movable dinette bench seat that slides out from under the table, exposing storage space below. A drop-in floor panel means the seat can be left in either position. 

     

The cabin floor is bright-finished in teak-and-holly pattern, which despite its high-gloss offers quite good grip. 

     

The L-shaped galley is fronted by an island bench that offers … second fridge and freezer space, while providing ideal ‘bottom support’ for the cook in a seaway. A brilliant galley touch is a crockery cupboard with drying rack. Plates can be stacked wet from the rinse water and left to drip dry, with the evaporation aided by a warming light bulb inside the cupboard. 

     

Opposite the galley is a practical carbon fibre-look, lift-up nav table with an adjustable captain’s chair. The nav station has ample wall space for optional instrument displays. 

     

Aft of the nav station is a large head and shower cubicle with a day-use door and a second door into the portside aft cabin. The double bed is large enough for fore and aft or athwartships sleeping and three opening ports ensure good air flow. 


The starboard aft cabin is smaller…

     

Hunter has sacrificed some saloon floor space by adopting a companionway with a shallow angle that is very easily negotiated in rough weather. The plus for this design is a wet hanging area below the stairway that’s ideal for foulies. Engine access is via a lift-up stair and side panels in the aft cabins. 

     

The combination of opening and fixed ports and skylights keeps the 49’s interior light and airy, but blackout blinds make it easy to dim proceedings when required. Insect screens are a handy inclusion for use at inshore anchorages.” ~ Tradeaboat Review

     

Auriga

  • Revers cycle, three zone: (2) 10,000 BTU units and (1) 18,000 BTU unit
  • Bose Surround Sound integrated with both flat screen TV’s and stereos in cabin and cockpit

     

Aft Starboard Cabin 

  • Overhead deck hatch
  • (2)  Portlights 
  • Overhead lighting
  • Locker storage unit to port
  • Drawer and locker storage unit to port
  • Locker storage to starboard
  • Reading light
  • Built-in stemware storage rack
  • Double bunk
  • Double settee 

     

Galley

  • Overhead deck hatch
  • Overhead lighting
  • (2) Opening Portlight
  • Speaker
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Locker storage outboard
  • 110 Volt outlets with GFI
  • Drawer and locker storage below counters
  • Brushed stainless steel double basin sink
  • Brushed stainless steel single lever mixing head with pull out spray head
  • Coolmatic 12-volt front loading fridge 
  • Isotherm freezer
  • Magic Chef microwave oven
  • Brushed Stainless steel hood over propane stove
  • Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven and broiler
  • Front opening ice maker
  • (2) Top loading Isotherm freezer units

     

Salon

  • Overhead lighting
  • (2) Opening overhead hatches
  • (2) Fixed skylights
  • Fixed port lights
  • Curtains for ports
  • Stainless steel hand vertical handrails
  • Ships clock
  • Samsung flat screen TV on forward bulkhead
  • Bose speakers port and starboard
  • Reading lights port and starboard
  • Locker storage port and starboard outboard
  • Shelf storage outboard port and starboard
  • Portlights port and starboard
  • Dining table to starboard
  • C-shaped settee for dining/salon table with storage below
  • Additional bench seat for table on centerline (2 positions; one stowed under table and one out and usable as table seating)
  • Bench type settee to port with locker storage below
  • Temperature meter/barometer/hydrometer to port aft of navigation station

     

Forward Cabin

  • Large overhead hatch
  • Overhead lighting
  • (4) Reading lights
  • Samsung flat screen tv
  • JVC KD-DV4200 stereo receiver with CD player
  • Shelf storage outboard port and starboard
  • Large mirror forward of headboard for bunk
  • Adjustable mirror to starboard
  • Storage table to starboard with composite top and drawer and locker storage
  • Single settee to port
  • Hanging locker to port
  • Drawer storage below bunk
  • Dressing mirror on cabin side of forward cabin door

     

Head

  • Overhead lighting
  • Large split vanity mirror on medicine chest doors
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Composite counters
  • Single basin sink
  • Fresh water pressurized hot/cold mixer mixing head tap
  • Locker storage below sink
  • Electric head Locker and drawer storage tower inboard of head

     

Shower 

  • Overhead lighting
  • Fresh water pressurized hot/cold shower head on flexible hose and adjustable bracket
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Bench bright wood seat
  • Bright wood grate over shower sump

     

Navigation Station

  • Overhead lighting
  • Opening port light
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Suite of electronics (See Electronics)
  • Electrical systems interfaces (See Electrical Systems) 
  • Top loading chart table
  • Locker storage below chart table
  • Tank level monitor
  • Air conditioner controls
  • Adjustable navigation seat with armrest

     

Aft/Day Head

  • Overhead opening deck hatch
  • Overhead lighting
  • Opening port light
  • Lighting under soffit
  • Vanity mirror over medicine cabinet door
  • Composite counter tops
  • Shel storage outboard and aft of sink
  • Single sink basin
  • Fresh water pressurized hot/cold mixer head
  • Locker storage below sink
  • Electric head 

     

Shower Stall

  • Overhead lighting
  • Overhead opening deck hatch
  • Acrylic shower door and wing
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Bench seat
  • Bright wood grate over shower sump

     

Aft Port Cabin

  • Overhead lighting
  • (2) Opening portlights
  • (2) Locker storage units inboard
  • Locker storage outboard
  • (2) Reading lights
  • Shelf storage outboard above bunk


Fresh Water System

  • Hot and cold pressure water 
  • Jabsco Parmax 12-volt freshwater pump
  • Attwood hot water heater


Tankage

     

Tank level monitor at navigation station.

     Diesel

  • 150 Gallon polyethylene tank

     Fresh Water

  • 200 Gallon polyethylene tanks

     Black Water

  • (2) Polyethylene tank
  • Jabsco macerator

     Propane

  • (2) 10 Pound tanks


Soft Goods


  • (2) Section navy Sunbrella bimini
  • Navy Sunbrella dodger 
  • Fitted cockpit cushions 
  • Winch covers
  • Custom bedding covers


Safety System


  • Seafire auto fire protection in engine room
  • Whale diaphragm high volume manual pump
  • Rule 3750 eclectic bilge pump
  • Navigation lights
  • Delta 45# kedge anchor
  • Nylon and chain rode


Represented by a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB)

A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) is recognized as having achieved the highest level of industry accreditation, available only to fully-qualified yacht sales professionals. The CPYB program is administered by Yacht Brokers Association of America in partnership with Florida Yacht Brokers Association, Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, California Yacht Brokers Association, Boating Ontario Dealers, British Columbia Yacht Brokers Association and Gulf Coast Yacht Brokers Association.

    

The CPYB program is also endorsed by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) Marine Industry Certified Dealership (MICD) program and leading yacht manufacturers as a key component of their own industry standards; the highest level of achievement for their member yacht sales professionals.


Experience & Validity

    The CPYB designation is earned by eligible yacht sales professionals, who, after serving a minimum of three years as a full-time professional, have successfully completed a comprehensive written examination to validate professional competency.

Continuing Education

    A CPYB is committed to their personal and professional development through continuing education, as mandated for CPYB recertification every three years.

Ethics & Standards

    A CPYB adheres to, and is accountable to, a nationally recognized Code of Business Ethics and conducts yacht sales transactions in accordance with a stringent set of industry standards of practice.

Fiduciary Responsibility

    A CPYB maintains a dedicated escrow/trust account to protect their client’s funds. A CPYB understands their fiduciary responsibility and obligations with respect to client funds.

Transaction Management

    A CPYB uses proven, industry-recognized transaction documents, which fully and clearly describe all terms and conditions of a transaction.

Honesty & Integrity

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Trust & Confidence

    A CPYB instills confidence, trust and consistency in all transactions involving fellow yacht sales professionals for the benefit of the client.

Disclaimer

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.

Listing MLS by Yachtr.com

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH4-HTE
  • Engine Year: 2006
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 110.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours:

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