This new cruiser sports the signature B & R rig for ease of sailing and a new slippery hull from Glenn Henderson, Hunter’s head designer. The new 41 incorporates many of the hull design innovations from Hunter’s larger boats in a more compact size. A Bow Hollow and Stern Reflex are performance enhancers taken from the latest racing craft and adapted to give a larger cruiser a lift in speed.
Accommodations are spacious and luxurious. The master cabin is aft with a real queen size inner spring mattress and plenty of storage, while the guest suite with a double inner spring mattress is forward and includes a private head, shower and vanity. The aft head doubles as day head and offers a separate stall shower. Hunter’s engineers have utilized every inch of space and it really shows in the salon. A u-shaped convertible dinette and opposing sofa will comfortably seat 8 and the large navigation station will hold all the current electronics. Options like a flat-panel television and Bose® stereo will enhance the experience aboard.
Deadrise at Transom
The deck layout is arranged to maximize space and comfort and allow for short-handed sailing. A new Whitlock® pedestal provides more space for electronics and more room to move around the cockpit. A massive sail locker can house the propane tanks and optional generator with room to spare.
Draft Board/Drive Up
The Corian® covered galley is well thought out and includes separate stainless steel refrigerator and freezer, double stainless sink and a dual range with oven. A lighted dishware compartment complete with the dishes is standard as is the microwave.