This coastal cruiser is aimed squarely at the bottom end of the market--a lot of boat for little money.
Hunter is offering an almost bewildering variety of models, with frequent updates and design changes. Model lines called "Hunter," or "Vision," or "Legend," have little in the way of family resemblance. The Hunter 30 is a John Cherubini design, as was the companion Hunter 27. The third of the original Hunters--the 25--was designed by Cherubini and Robert Seidelmann.
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