A good example of this very shallow draught pocket cruiser in original gelcoat and with a recent suit of Kemp sails (original sails available as spares)
2006 Suzuki 5HP outboard engine in cockpit well
● Cobra DSC VHF
● Garmin 451 Chart Plotter
● Log and Depth by Stowe
● Plastimo compass
● Nav lights
● Jabsco sea toilet
● Origo 2 burner spirit cooker
● Portable water tank plumbed to galley with whale hand pump
● CQR anchor with chain and braided warp
● Warps, fenders, mooring lines
● Belmar launching trolley on 2 wheel yard trailer
This pocket cruiser is perfect for cruising around Strangford Lough and other coastal waters, they have a great reputation for seaworthiness and offer good sized accommodation below with a separate heads and reasonable headroom.
Sails and equipment are all in good condition and the boat was stored in a barn during the winter.
The Hunter Liberty has two shallow keels and a winch operated central deep keel, this means that the boat can float in just over a foot of water and will dry out upright.
The owner has modified the rudder to a vertical lifting rudder to aid steering in shallow waters, all control lines are led aft to the cockpit for singlehanded sailing. Lazy jacks are fitted to both main and mizzen and there is a cruising staysail.
Masts are easy to raise and lower meaning that the boat would also be suitable for the inland waterways.
Hull number 82