The popularity of the Surfhunter 25 generated interest in a larger version, one with a bit more capacity and length, for longer open-water crossings and cozy overnighting. The Surfhunter 29 is more generous in cockpit and accommodations, offering standing headroom belowdecks, as well as a large enclosed head with shower.
LUCKY DUCTS is a very special Surfhunter 29Jet that has always received the best of care since day one. She is one of the sought-after Surfhunter 29’s with waterjet propulsion powered by a Yanmar 440hp diesel engine combined with an UltraJet 305 Waterjet and Bowthruster via a reliable and intuitive joystick control.
Economical, powerful and reliable Yanmar 440hp diesel inboard engine and Joystick system with bow thruster - a truly excellent combination for docking, shallow water operation and running at speed. No need to worry about lobster pots!
This Surfhunter 29 Jet is a best-in-class offering, with handling and performance that has to be experienced to fully appreciate. Please contact Wellington Yacht Partners for a complete history from inception, through her build and original ownership right up to the present.
The current owner has had a number of boats with waterjet propulsion including a Little Harbor WhisperJet and Hinckley and considers this Hunt as the best-running of them all - one of her best attributes being the ability to be operated on a plane at slow speeds - as little as 14-15 knots - while also being able to cover real ground at fast cruise in the mid 20 knot range.
LUCKY DUCTS is available just in time for summer! She is a terrific jetboat, perfect for runs to the beach, the Islands and beyond.
All “Toast” Tan Stamoid:
The owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.
36' Hunt Yachts 36 Hardtop Sedan Twinjet Express 2002
Harpswell, Maine, United States
29' Hunt Yachts Surfhunter 29 Jet 2007
Placida, Florida, United States
25' Hunt Yachts Harrier 25 2010
North Haven, Maine, United States