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Power Play 25' Hunt Yachts Harrier 25 2010

$ 150,000

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"Hunt Yachts designs its boats from the bottom up, and with that provenance, they are things of beauty. But what Hunt does from the top down is keep the Harrier 25 simple, smart, sophisticated, and subtle." ~ Power and Motor Yacht

 

  Power Play is a beautiful, lightly used and well maintained version of this very popular model. This one owner boat enjoys short cruising seasons with indoor winter storage at Safe Harbor Rockland. With new paint and professional management, this is a special boat.


United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by East Coast Yacht Sales. 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

Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 150,000
  • Builder:

    Hunt Yachts

  • Model:

    Harrier 25

  • Year:

    2010

  • Location:

    North Haven, Maine, United States

  • Type:

    Power Yacht

  • LOA: 25 ft in
  • Display Length: 25 ft
  • Beam: 9'
  • Yacht Category

    Runabouts

  • Water Capacity: 15 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 100 gals
  • Engine Details: Volvo 8.1 Gi
  • Engine 1: 2010 650.00 HRS 375.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Gas/Petrol
  • Days on Market:

Manufacturer Provided Description

   "The Hunt Harrier 25 is a fast-touring sports boat inspired by our Surfhunter 25. She's a classic runabout and a superior dayboat in one. Her sleeker profile cuts a more aggressive look, while her true Hunt Deep-V hull delivers the legendary rough-water performance and comfort that's made the Hunt ride famous. Her flared bow, lift strakes and chines deflect the spray so that those sitting aft are assured a smooth, dry ride. The engine is jack-shafted to the outdrive to make an open, useful cockpit while balancing the boat for optimum performance. Options include conventional and L-settee arrangements, removable stern seats, bow-thruster and more. The transom contains boxes for food, fish, beverages or bait. The Harrier 25 is an elegant yet potent yacht. With so many options for personalization, she can take you fishing, to the beach, and on family sightseeing adventures - in style." ~ Hunt Yachts


Construction

   Hull

  • Molded, laminated, hand laid fiberglass with a deep V bottom, molded running strakes, hard chines and flared bow. The hull is cored with foam from the chines up to the rail. The hull is stiffened with foam cored longitudinal stringers and molded liners strategically tabbed to the hull.

   Decks

  • Molded, laminated fiberglass with foam coring. The cockpit is a foam core liner bonded in place. There are two cockpit scuppers through transom, above waterline. There are two fiberglass deck hatches with molded frames and drains to bilge.

   Cabin/House

  • Powdered coated aluminum windshield and soft top enclosure

   Rudder & Steering

  • Volvo Penta hydraulic steering system with stern drive. Side power 12vdc bow thruster with a Blue Seas battery switch


Deck Equipment

   Rails & Lifelines

  • Stainless bow rail and hand rails on foredeck and windshield sides

   Cleats & Chocks

  • (1) 10" stainless bow cleat with two pop-up chocks, (4) 7" Harrier pop-up cleats for stern and spring cleats

   Anchors & Tackle

  • Stowed in anchor locker


Propulsion

   Make/Model

  • Volvo Penta 8.1 Gi

   Serial #

  • 4012250705

   Horsepower

  • 360

   Gear

  • Volvo Penta DPS stern drive, #4202239072

   Location

  • Mid-cockpit engine box, flex mounted to laminated stringers

   Cooling

  • Fresh water cooled with raw water heat exchanger. 1" Marelon valve, Groco strainer, engine driven pump, discharging into the exhaust.

   Exhaust

  • Wet exhaust with cast iron risers and elbow, 3" Y pipe, exhaust hose couplers to the stern drive exit

   Shafts, Bearings, Struts

  • Steel jack shaft between the engine and stern drive

   Propellers

  • VP stainless dual props

   Shift and Throttle Controls

  • Single lever electronic VP control

   Gauges & Alarms

  • Volvo gauges: RPM, oil pressure, temp, voltage, trim angle and fuel


Electronics

   VHF

  • Icom IC-M412

   Rader

  • Garmin 5212

   Plotter

  • Garmin (interfaced)

   Depth

  • Garmin (interfaced)


Electrical System

DC

   Batteries

  • (2) group 24 lead acid

   Location and Installation

  • Strapped to a platform in the transom enclosure

   Wire

  • Stranded copper, marine use approved

   Switches

  • Blue Seas parallel switch plus T-class fuses

   Panel

  • Breaker panel with several repeaters at console

   Cabin Lighting

  • 12vdc over light in cabin and LED courtesy lights

   Navigation Lighting

  • LED running and anchoring lights

   Bilge Pumps

  • Rulemate 1100 and 2000 with manual overdrives

   Other DC Equipment

  • (2) wipers

AC

   Shower Power Connection

  • Factory provided plug and wire to direct battery charger

   Charger and/or Inverter

  • Guest Charge Pro 10 amp


Fuel System

   Type

  • Gasoline

   Number

  • 2

   Material

  • Polyethylene

   Capacity

  • 50 gallons x2

   Location & Installation

  • Tanks are set below the cockpit

   Fill

  • Deck fills with 1 1/2" USCG Type A2

   Vent

  • USCG Type A1 hose to hull vents

   Overflow Hazard

  • None would enter bilge during the normal fueling

   Lines

  • USCG Type A-1

   Valves

  • Apollo valves at each tank

   Filters

  • Volvo water separator

   Grounding

  • Fills are grounded, tanks are non-metallic


Fresh Water System

   Tank Material

  • Polyethylene

   Capacity

  • 15 gallons

   Location & Installation

  • Below deck, set on platform and held with padded metal straps

   Fill

  • Deck fill

   Vent

  • Hull vent

   Description of System

  • 12vdc Parmax pressure pump with feed to cockpit sink and transom shower wand


Sanitary System

   Head & Plumbing

  • Wilcox Crittenden head with 3/4" and 1 1/2" Marelon valve for intake and discharge. The discharge valve has three positions for overboard discharge, discharge to tank, and off.

   Holding Tank & Plumbing

  • Polyethylene tank with deck pump-out and hull vent


Safety Equipment

   Sounding Device

  • 12vdc horn

   Fire Extinguishers

  • BC-1, 3lb in cuddy

   Carbon Monoxide Alarm

  • Safe-T-Alert in cuddy

   High Water Alarm

  • Rule high water alarm


Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Bimini and full enclosure with stainless frame
  • (2) Upholstered, adjustable helm seats
  • Ritchie compass at helm
  • Stainless bow and (2) stern rings
  • Teak swim platform with stainless braces and telescoping ladder


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