Great things happen

when Hunter owners join the Committee!

The Hunter Association

Aims to provide a means of bringing Hunter owners together for fun sailing and social events and to share knowledge and experiences.

It is open to anyone who owns, sails or is interested in a British Hunter. There are also several Hunter single class organisations in existence (see Useful Links).  This Association is not intended to conflict at all with their aims, and we actively encourage owners of these boats to join their individual class association.  Owners of these classes are, of course, also welcome to join the Hunter Association, however, in the main, it is aimed at the rest.

Since 2015 the Hunter Association has been affiliated with the

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Boats for sale

Sean Evling

Sean Evling

6 Naverne Meadows, Woodbridge IP12 1HU, UK
Hunter Horizon 23 having had a major refit in 2015 with new sails, outboard engine, upholstery, windows, and lots more. Very clean and well equipped example.
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8 Reasons to join

  • Gain access to forums with over 6000 questions, answers and suggestions
  • Search our growing library of documentation about Hunter boats. Send in your own documents to be added to the library
  • Get help or advice from the community regarding your boat
  • Receive our magazine, up to twice a year. Adventures, pictures, ideas, and more
  • Advertise your boat, or equipment, for sale, available to members and the general public
  • Join other members & sail together during Association events, or plan a cruise in company
  • Share your passion and knowledge by posting ideas and commenting on our forum
  • Contact other Hunter owners locally or further afield

Become a member of the Hunter Association

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It is easy to forget that small boats can achieve these journeys when everything you read in the glossy magazines seems to suggest that 36 foot is "entry-level" and 41 foot is the minimum for offshore cruising!