Rakuflames.................check this out.
"All of us Cherubini owners think so.
And yes, the Hunters from around 1975 through 1984 were designed by John Cherubini. Those would be the 25, 27, 30, 33, 36, 37-cutter, and 54. There were at least two other Hunters built in 1984 after Mr. Cherubini finished his stay.
I think the H40 and the H31 first came out in 1984. Those were the first of the Hunter
internal design team boats. John Cherubini's son, also John, frequents this site and often provides interesting history
. You can also learn a lot just by Googling "John Cherubini".
The boats are solid and traditional. They were built before it was known just how thin you can make a plastic boat. So they were overbuilt, kind of like an old 1948 Ford compared to a new one. They sail very well and are an inexpensive way to get into a seaworthy
boat. I bought mine because I wanted an affordable cutter
in which I could safely ply the big waters. And I have. "
it somewhat adds to the confusion...........I'm on the west coast
BC and have in mind to start coast cruising California
before make any great trans-ocean crossing. the survey
is a definate must.....and much of the capability is pending skipper
experience...........what do you think. It's an elderly couple switching to rving
it might be the time to buy............cheers