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2002 | 35' Hunter 356 Sailboat for Sale

2002 Hunter

35' (10.82m) 356 - DISCOVERY

The Hunter 356 was Cruising World’s “Best Production Cruiser under $200,000” in 2001, "Boat of the Year" in 2002 and Sail Magazine's "Top Ten" in 2002! Call today and make an appointment to see "DISCOVERY" today!

Vessel ID# 2793258      Last Updated: 2024-06-19 09:04:13

$ 69,750 USD

€ 65,523 Euros
$ 96,002 CAD


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Seattle Yachts. 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: 35' 6" (10.82 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 2002

Beam: 12' "

Bridge Clearance: 55' 3"

Draft Max: 5' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 7

Single Berths: 1

Double Berths: 2

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 38 Gallons (143.85 Liters)

Fresh Water: 75 Gallons (283.91 Liters)

Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)

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Forward stateroom: In the forward stateroom there is a 6’6” x 6’8” berth, with shelved locker storage beneath it for linens and other items. Nicely fiddled shelves line each hull side; the hull is covered with padded vinyl. At the aft end are two tall cedar-lined lockers, the starboard with shelves and a hanging locker to port. Arched double doors separate this cabin from the saloon. Additionally, there is a louvered pass-thru that can be opened for improved air flow. The lighting is provided by two overhead LED lights and 2 LED reading lights. Ventilation is provided by a large overhead hatch with screen and a 12V Hella fan. Headroom in here is 5’11”.

Saloon: Moving aft into the saloon on starboard is a U-shaped dinette with bolstered seat back cushions. There is storage beneath the seats and behind the sea back along the hull-side. Above and behind the dinette seating is a fiddled shelf, with lockers on either end. The dinette table can be lowered to convert to a 6’4” x 42” berth. The dinette table is mounted on a wooden pedestal with shelf storage inside it with a fiddled organizer above- convenient for napkins, salt and pepper, etc. On port there is a 6’4” long settee with storage beneath and behind it. As was on starboard, there is a fiddled shelf with a pair of lockers on either end and a fiddled shelf above them. There are fixed lights in the hullsides on both sides between the lockers. Lighting in the saloon area is provided by six halogen ceiling lights and two LED reading lights on the forward end of the settees. Additionally, there are four fixed lights in the house sides, two in the hull sides and 2 large, fixed overhead lights at the forward end of the cabin and one overhead hatch with a screen. Headroom is 6’3”. 

Nav station: The aft end of the settee also serves as the seat for the nav station. The nav top is large enough to open chart books on and has lots of storage beneath the lid. There are open cubbies for small items behind the lid and a locker with shelves beneath it. Additionally, there is a large teak panel for mounting of electronics with a shelf above. Headroom is 6’3”.  

Galley: The U-shaped galley is located after the dinette on starboard. The abundant Corian counter tops are wrapped with high fiddled hand holds. The polished stainless-steel sinks are mounted beneath the Corian and oriented toward the dinette. To the left of the sink is a trash receptacle with a Corian cover. Also, to your left while at the sink is a stack of 4 drawers, the lowest being a pull-out dish organizer. Beneath the sink is a pair of double doors with lots of storage space inside. Moving around toward the hull side, there are top loading refrigerator and freezer compartments and a 2-burner gimbaled stove along the hullside. Behind the stove is a set-in Corian holder for spices and assorted bottles. Above the counter there are drop-front door lockers, with a microwave oven located between them and a fiddled shelf above. Beneath the stove is a drop-front locker for storing pots and pans. Headroom is 6’ 3”; there is an opening port and one fixed light and two LED overhead lights in this area.

Head: Across from the galley on port is the head, with a separate shower stall. Headroom in here is 6’ 4”. The sink is located directly ahead of you as you enter. There is storage beneath the counter and a mirrored drop-front medicine cabinet above it. The mirror is wisely sloped upwards, so there is no stooping to see yourself. To your left is the shower and head, with a glass privacy door and translucent teak framed window. The showerhead is mounted on a bar for adjusting to your desired height. There is wet locker storage at the aft end of the shower compartment. Both spaces in the head area have overhead lights and opening portholes. 

Aft stateroom: The master stateroom is aft of the galley on port. As you enter the space, headroom is 6’ 4”. The queen size berth is oriented athwart ship and has a padded teak headboard. There is storage space and a fiddled shelf behind the headboard; nightstands are located on either side of the bunk; the forward nightstand has an open cubby beneath it. At the aft end of the cabin is an 18” wide teak surface with bin storage beneath. There is a cedar lined hanging locker with a fiddled shelf above it at the entry to the stateroom. Lighting is provided by two LED overhead lights, two LED reading lights, a fixed light in the hull side above the headboard, a Hella fan, one opening port and an overhead hatch that opens into the cockpit.

  • Teak and holly cabin sole
  • Cabin sole lift-up boards have solid teak banding
  • Sprayed satin lacquer finish on flat surfaces with gloss finish on all fiddles and trim
  • Accord window shades for ports and fixed lights in saloon
  • 12v Hella fans (4)


  • Corian countertops
  • Double stainless-steel sink
  • Stainless steel hot and cold-water mixer
  • Water filtration diverter faucet 
  • Sink cutting board insert
  • Divided icebox with refrigerator/freezer spaces
  • Top loading gas-assist lids
  • Adler Barbour spillover fan/thermostat
  • Adler Barbour 12v refrigeration 
  • Force-Ten 2 burner stove with oven & broiler
  • Butcher block stove cover cutting board
  • Stainless steel safety bar
  • 6-gallon LPG tank
  • Trident propane gas shutoff solenoid
  • Dedicated LPG locker with overboard drain in cockpit
  • Top access trash bin with countertop lid
  • Origo microwave oven
  • Spice rack behind stove


  • Corian countertops
  • Molded sink
  • Stainless steel hot and cold-water mixer
  • Mirrored drop-front medicine cabinet
  • Separate stall shower with glass door
  • H/C shower wand on height adjusting bar
  • Teak shower grate
  • Electric shower sump pump
  • Jabsco manual head
  • Y valve for overboard discharge
  • 30-gallon plastic holding tank
  • Wastewater tank monitor
  • Jabsco macerator pump


  • 75-gallon plastic freshwater tank 
  • Seaward six-gallon stainless steel hot water heater
  • Jabsco Par-Max 2.8 gpm water pump
  • Freshwater tank monitor
  • Rule electric bilge pump
  • Whale manual bilge pump
  • Hot and cold cockpit shower


  • Two-tone non-skid deck
  • Kevlar reinforced hull from the bow stem to the keel sump
  • Hull to deck joint is sealed with 3M 5200 and thru bolted on 6" centers
  • Rub rail w/stainless steel insert
  • Composite rudder
  • Double SS anchor roller
  • CQR-style anchor with 3/8” chain & 5/8” nylon rode
  • Delta Fastset plow anchor 
  • 6 mooring cleats
  • Stainless steel handrails
  • Double vinyl lifelines with port, starboard, and transom gates
  • Seven-foot-long cockpit seats provide comfort for guests and room to stretch out  
  • Stern rail seats with cup holders and teak covers
  • Hinged helmsman seat
  • Walk-thru transom with swim platform
  • Telescoping SS swim ladder
  • Storage and propane lockers on swim platform
  • Large lazarette with line organizer bags
  • Dodger with aft and side grab bars
  • Bimini with window and connector in Captain’s Navy Sunbrella
  • Starboard folding cockpit table with 1 ¼” SS safety grab bar and integral foot brace
  • Cup holders on binnacle
  • Dorade vent
  • Opening ports (4)
  • Opening hatches w/screens (2)
  • Overhead fixed skylights (2)
  • Fixed house side lights (4)
  • Fixed hull lights (3)


DISCOVERY had a full rigging inspection and service in preparation for a Block Island trip in 2014. All components, lights, electrical wiring, shrouds and sailing fittings were inspected and serviced as required. The rig was re-tuned as well.

  • Selden Profurl roller furler
  • Selden deck stepped double spreader aluminum mast with in-mast furling
  • Stainless steel mast struts
  • Selden Rodkicker rigid boom vang
  • Lewmar 2SPCH40ST primary winches (2)
  • Lewmar CH30ST control winches (2)
  • Spinlock triple line clutches (2)
  • Spinlock single line clutch
  • Line organizer bins at coach roof winches
  • Running rigging replaced (’14)
  • All lines are led aft to the cockpit
  • SS arch with arch-mounted end boom sheeting
  • House-mounted jib car tracks for tighter sheeting angles
  • North 3Di Nordac furling Genoa (’18)
  • North 3Di Nordac in-mast main sail (’18)
  • Sail area 721 sq. ft.
  • SA/D: 17.55
  • I: 44’10”
  • J: 13’2”
  • P: 44’11”
  • E: 15’0”


  • Yanmar 3GM30F fresh water-cooled 27HP engine S/N 02817
  • 179 hours on Hobbs meter since 2007. Estimated total hours 429
  • Kanzaki transmission (’14)
  • Heat exchanger (’19)
  • Valves adjusted (’14)
  • Stainless steel mixing elbow (’19)
  • Thermostat (’19)
  • Belts replaced (’19)
  • Fuel and oil filters, oil and impeller changed annually
  • 38-gallon cross-link poly fuel tank
  • Racor 110A fuel/air separator
  • Electric fuel gauge
  • Engine alignment (’14)
  • 1” stainless steel propeller shaft
  • Cutlass bearing (’14)
  • Three blade propeller
  • Whitlock Cobra rack and pinion steering pedestal with single lever control
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • Wheel brake
  • Danforth compass
  • Cruise Air 16K BTU reverse cycle heat/air


  • Two 30A 120V shore power connectors with 50’ cords
  • 120V AC electrical panel with voltmeter
  • Blue Sea Systems 120V AC auxiliary panel
  • Reverse polarity indicator
  • 120V receptacles throughout with GFCI protection
  • 12v electrical panel
  • Blue Sea Systems DC voltmeter
  • Guest battery selector switch and combiner
  • Professional Mariner 1230i 30A battery charger
  • Victron Energy BMV-600 battery monitor
  • Deka 27M6 flooded Group 27 starting battery (’19)
  • Three Deka DC27 flooded Group 27 house batteries (’19)
  • 12v outlets at helm, nav station and forward stateroom
  • 12v fans (4)
  • Deck spotlight (’14)
  • LED map light on arch


  • Raymarine 48-mile 18” RD418HD digital/HD radome (’14)
  • Kato stainless steel mast radar mount (’14)
  • Raymarine eSeries e7D 7” hybrid touch plotter (’14)
  • Navpod (’14) 
  • Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver w/VHF splitter (’14)
  • Navionics+ chip for the US and Canada (’14)
  • Newave hydraulic linear autopilot drive (’14)
  • Raymarine 400ACU autopilot control unit (’14)
  • Raymarine P70 autopilot control head (’14)
  • Raytheon ST40 Multi display
  • Raymarine ST40 Speed
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind
  • Standard Horizon GX2150 Matrix AIS+ VHF radio 
  • Standard Horizon RAMIII remote mic at helm
  • Loudhailer speaker on mast (’14)
  • Fusion MS-RA205 AM/FM/VHF Marine Weather receive/SiriusXM Satellite Radio/iPod control/FusionLink/NMEA 2000
  • Kenwood speakers in saloon
  • Sony stereo speakers mounted on arch in cockpit


  • Lifesling
  • CO monitors (3)
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Pedestal cover
  • Emergency tiller
  • Winch handles
  • Boat hook
  • Dock lines
  • Fenders
  • “Tilt-O-Meter” (clinometer)
  • Windex
  • Courtesy flag halyard
  • Outboard motor pad


Owner’s personal effects and any items not specified in this listing


Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


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.

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  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3GM30F
  • Engine Year: 2002
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 27.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 429.00


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