$5,000 price reduction for boat show special! Bring Offers! PURCHASE THIS BOAT BEFORE OCTOBER 2017 AND RECEIVE A $1,500.00 WEST MARINE GIFT CARD! She is LOADED with options including solar panels, generator, dinghy davits, fully enclosed cockpit with screens & blackout cockpit curtains, a water maker, washer/dryer, full electronics including radar and MUCH more! She is a 3 cabin version of the Hunter 46. The starboard aft cabin is large, airy and comfortable with a large bed with lots of storage and access into the head, with integral shower, or into the salon. Her port aft cabin has been converted to a nav station/study/storage/laundry area. The spacious galley is to port of the companionway with double sinks and storage below, and a light Corian counter top. An enormous dual-opening refrigerator and freezer are central to the large U-shaped galley. The Force 10 stove and oven, plus a microwave, will make dinners a joy to prepare while the island sink will have cleanup covered. Storage for everything is at hands reach including the recessed trash receptacle. Entertaining is gracious with the open salon which incorporates a TV and CD stereo. Single settee and a convertible cocktail table are located just forward of the extensive nav station with plenty of space for electronics and gear. The large U-shaped dinette area is large enough to handle the crew, but intimate enough for two, and provides a two-seater bench amidship. Forward is the huge owners stateroom with a queen-size center line berth with lots of storage. The forward master stateroom rivals most yachts twice her size. Twin hanging lockers and lots of drawers make staying aboard easy, and a great night’s sleep is guaranteed by the inner-spring mattresses. The forward master head is spacious and provides plenty of storage. The master shower is separate from the head, allowing private use at all times; a drop down seat is even included for comfort. "Laureli" was originally purchased in San Diego. Her first owners cruised the West Coast and participated in the Baja HAHA race to Cabo St. Lucas. They then sailed through the Panama Canal, lived aboard in the Caribbean for a bit and then took the boat up the east coast and back multiple times. The second and current owners purchased the boat in 2012 and used it to explore the Chesapeake Bay. They have primarily used it as a cruiser, but raced it a handful of times and were always surprised how easy it was to beat similarly sized boats because of the fin keel. Laureli is an extremely comfortable, well-appointed vessel that is easy to sail single handed from the cockpit. Because of her speed and power both under motor and sail she can cover lots of ground whether you’re trying to make a passage before sun down or keep the boat moving fast through rough seas to get home. She has proven herself as a bluewater cruiser, liveaboard and family boat time and time again.