2010 Hunter AC 50
2010 Hunter Aft Cockpit 50
Beautiful, Sleek, Comfortable, and Safe are just some of the words to describe this amazing vessel.
The owner had picked her up from the factory and has taken impeccable care of her.
This beautiful Hunter AC 50 is in excellent condition and is loaded with many additional options including:
Yanmar 110 hp - (780 hrs.)
Extra deep freeze freezer
- AC 50
- Fort Myers Beach, FL, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- The Journey
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Dimensions & Weight
- 50 ft - 15.24 meter
- 49 ft 11 in - 15.22 meter
- 14 ft 9 in - 4.5 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft 6 in - 1.68 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- 63 ft 6 in - 19.35 meter
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- 110 (Individual), 110 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 175 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 200 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 26 gallons - 2 tank(s)
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Step aboard via the swim platform and step-through transom, you become aware of the Dual helms, from which visibility forward for sailing or docking is excellent. Two electric 56" sheet winches on the coaming on either side are within easy reach of each helm.
There are two additional halyard winches; one is an also an 46" electric winch, and rope clutches on the cabin top at the companionway.
All the lines are led aft, and Hunter's trademark arch and double-ended mainsheet allows convenient end-boom sheeting. The sizeable cockpit permits easy maneuvering and is trimmed with an updated "sundeck material" on the seats
Cavernous lockers under the seats and aft in two transom compartments make for excellent garage storage. A Corian-topped centerline table holds cool drinks and also provides a place to That a mounted Chartplotter on a swivel base that allows visibility from either helm and the lazarette. Much thought was given to the usability and ergonomics of the Hunter 50AC cockpit, and it shows, right down to the plentiful grab rails that ensure the safety of the crew. Moving forward is easy on wide decks with few tripping hazards or elevation changes. A watertight bulkhead backs up the sail locker, which is just aft of the deep, divided anchor locker, and the whole bow section is Kevlar reinforced for extra strength in case of a collision. Below the nearly 48-foot waterline, there is a spade rudder and a lead keels - a shoal draft (5' 6" at 12,600 lbs.),. The shaft driven Lewmar Mamba gearbox-and-shaft steering doesn't require the maintenance of a cable system, and the this vessel is powered by and a Yanmar 110 hp engine with 780 hours pushed by a prop
"The Journey" is truly a BIG boat at 49' 11" LOA and a 14' 5" beam. It was designed as a luxury cruiser, safe passagemaker and comfortable liveaboard. There is no doubt about the livability factor.
The sail plan needed to be designed to maximize efficiency to propel this 32,000-pound vessel, but it also needed to be manageable with an emphasis on single-handed sailing. The B&R rig with double swept-back spreaders and an in-mast furling main along with a 130 % furling Genoa, and an asymmetrical spinnaker, which attaches to custom made bowsprit, makes it possible. This vessel also has an addition 110 genoa.
The BIG feeling continues down below where the accommodations take advantage of the beam and voluminous hull that helps to create 6' 9" headroom despite a low profile from the outside. "The Journey" has the single unit forward design cabin, with its queen-size berth that included plenty of storage, hanging closets, flat screen TV and a sperate shower on the starboard side and a head on the port.
The saloon is finished with ash slats along the hull, teak cabinetry, and a low maintenance Everwear "teak and holly" sole. A U-shaped settee with a solid teak table on starboard converts to a double berth. A straight settee is to port, just ahead of the forward facing nav station that has an adjustable navigator's chair. There is plenty of room for Raymarine E-Series multi-function displays, and the chart table lid lifts for storage. The electronics display, which the owner had the factory moved to above the chart table for easy access. The data can also be output to the saloon's 23-inch flat-screen monitor, for quick reference from just about anywhere.
Across on starboard is a nicely sized, L-shaped galley. An additional counter by the companionway encloses the galley somewhat and protects the cook under way. The additional counter features a 3.9 cubic foot refrigerator and a 1.4 cubic foot freezer. Under the sink are additional front-loading fridges. Twin sinks, a three-burner stove, a combination microwave and coffeepot unit, and lots of Corian countertop space with stainless fiddles provides the chef with whatever's needed to keep the crew fed and happy. Hunter's signature dish-drying rack, featuring a fan and bulb to dry the dishes right in their storage space, will make the clean-up crew happy. Aft are two twin-berth guest cabins and a head with a separate shower stall. The port side cabin runs athwartships while the starboard cabin is fore and aft ;that can also hide a washer/dryer combo ( not included). It's a tight space, but it does what it was designed for, and that's to keep the clutter out of the main living area. The master stateroom is forward with an island queen berth and an inner spring mattress. Two large, cedar-lined hanging lockers and drawers below the bed provide ample storage, and the ash slats are continued up here for a very sumptuous feel. A small vanity area with a mirror and a padded seat fill out the extra spaces between the split head, which has a shower stall to port and a head and sink to starboard.
The tankage includes 175 gallons of fuel and 200 gallons of taking the 50 AC beyond the realm of a coastal cruiser "The Journey has the Mariner Package which includes items such as a 120 amp alternator, a bow thruster, vertical battens for an in-mast furling mainsail, upgraded stereo equipment, an additional front opening fridge, Memory-Foam mattresses, and an inverter.
IF you are in the market for a three cabin spacious vessel you must see this one. " The Journey" only owner has taken exceptional care her. The boat does not show her age. The cockpit with its long lounge benches, winged table, dual helm makes it a great place to sail and to entertain.
The upgraded electric winches makes sail adjustment a breeze. The custom bowsprit for the asymmetrical sail is a big plus.
The beautiful interior is bright, roomy and well appointed. The galley with its extra top side freezer/ refrigerator is ideal for the long voyages.
The aft head with its separate shower is well situated for general use while the forward cabin has a shower to starboard and a separate head to port . The center line queen size berth with all the storage space makes these space ideal.
It's just a beautiful boat!
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.
2010 Hunter AC 50
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