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2016 Hunt Yachts 80

2016 Hunt Yachts 80

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Introducing the Hunt Ocean Series 80, a 2016 masterpiece that offers both luxury and performance without the typical wait of a custom build. Priced at $2,995,000 and located in Stuart, FL, this 87-foot yacht is a testament to superior craftsmanship and design. It stands out with its distinctive “wolf in sheep’s clothing” aesthetic, combining elegance with exceptional functionality. The hull, constructed to ABS standards and featuring a Flag blue gelcoat with a polar white deck, showcases the meticulous attention to detail. The yacht is powered by twin MTU M94 1600-hp diesel engines, boasting a mere 720 hours of use, and is equipped with Hamilton waterjet propulsion, ensuring unparalleled maneuverability and a top speed of 29 knots. Its 2150 gallon fuel tanks provide an impressive range of 1500 nautical miles at 11 knots, making it perfect for extended voyages.

The Hunt Ocean Series 80 is not just about performance; it’s also about comfort and luxury. The teak decks on the aft deck and flybridge sundeck invite relaxation and socializing, while the upper deck flybridge features an enclosed pilothouse and an open area for entertaining. For convenience, a hydraulic tender lift crane and a swim platform with a hot/cold shower are included. Navigation and entertainment are top-notch, with Furuno NavNet, FLIR night vision, Simrad autopilot, and satellite tuners. Additionally, twin Northern Lights 25kW diesel generators ensure reliable power. Safety is paramount, as evidenced by the comprehensive safety equipment and a Winslow 10 person offshore life raft. With Humphree Fin Stabilizers for stability and joystick control for precision steering, this yacht is fully equipped to deliver both thrilling adventures and peaceful retreats on the water.

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Basic Information:

  • Price: 2,995,000.00 USD
  • Length: 87 ft
  • Year: 2016
  • Make: Hunt Yachts
  • Model: 80

Technical Specifications:

  • Beam: 19.5 ft
  • Draft: 4.08 ft
  • Fuel Capacity: 2150|gallon
  • Water Capacity: 500|gallon
  • Cruising Speed: 24 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 29 kn

Engine Details:

  • Make: MTU – Model: 10V 2000 M94 – Power: 1600|horsepower
  • Make: MTU – Model: 10V 2000 M94 – Power: 1600|horsepower


Stuart, FL, US

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### 1. What makes the Hunt Ocean Series 80 a standout choice for yacht buyers?
The Hunt Ocean Series 80 is a standout choice for yacht buyers looking for a blend of luxury and performance. Its custom design, likened to a “wolf in sheep’s clothing,” far exceeds expectations with high standards in engineering and aesthetics. With a striking Flag blue gelcoat, vacuum-bagged PVC foam core for durability, and teak decks for elegance, this yacht is both a comfortable cruiser and a powerful performer. Twin MTU engines and Hamilton waterjet propulsion provide excellent maneuverability and speeds up to 29 knots, making it a perfect blend of power and grace.

### 2. How does the Hunt Ocean Series 80 ensure smooth sailing and stability?
The yacht is equipped with Humphree Fin Stabilizers, which significantly reduce pitch and roll both at speed and at anchor, ensuring a comfortable ride in various sea conditions. Coupled with joystick control for precise steering and hydraulic bow and stern thrusters, the Hunt Ocean Series 80 promises smooth sailing and excellent stability, enhancing the yachting experience.

### 3. Can the Hunt Ocean Series 80 handle long-range cruising?
Absolutely. With its 2150 gallon fuel tanks, the Hunt Ocean Series 80 is built for long-range cruising, boasting a maximum range of 1500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots. This makes it an ideal yacht for those looking to embark on extended voyages without compromising on comfort or performance.

### 4. What are the entertainment and navigation features offered on the Hunt Ocean Series 80?
The yacht comes fully equipped with state-of-the-art navigation and entertainment systems. Navigation equipment includes Furuno NavNet, FLIR night vision, and Simrad autopilot to ensure safe and easy journeys. For entertainment, it boasts satellite tuners and marine IPOD/IPHONE docks, allowing guests to enjoy their favorite tunes or stay tuned to satellite broadcasts. This blend of technology ensures both safe navigation and enjoyment while aboard.

### 5. What unique amenities and features enhance the onboard experience of the Hunt Ocean Series 80?
The Hunt Ocean Series 80 is packed with amenities that enhance the onboard experience. Features like the upper deck flybridge with an enclosed pilothouse and open area for entertaining, a hydraulic tender lift crane on the swim platform, and fresh and saltwater washdowns add convenience and luxury. The inclusion of comprehensive safety equipment, including a 10-person offshore life raft, ensures peace of mind for all aboard. These features, along with the elegant teak decks and luxurious interior design, set the Hunt Ocean Series 80 apart as a sophisticated, comfortable, and safe choice for discerning yacht buyers.

Provided Description:

QUEEN BEE 2 represents an incredible opportunity to acquire a like-new Hunt Ocean Series 80 without the wait, and for a fraction of the replacement cost. Conceived and outfitted by incredibly fastidious and knowledge owners, there is no detail overlooked in this truly custom build. She is a true “wolf in sheep’s clothing” that has exceeded all expectations. QUEEN BEE 2 is a very special boat that simply has no excuses, she will impress even the most discriminating yachtsman. 

Steering SystemJoystick Control VESSEL DESCRIPTIONVessel Overview: As you enter the main salon of QUEEN BEE 2, you notice the beautiful teak woodwork finely crafted with a flawless high gloss finish. There is a curved staircase to starboard that leads up to the pilothouse. The main salon features free standing furniture, a built in 55” flat screen TV on an electric lift. The overhead is furnished with valances that house the A/C vents for even cooling to the salon space.   The galley is forward to port on the main deck and features GE and Miele appliances. There is a dining table to starboard and can seat up to eight people for a formal dinner.   QUEEN BEE 2 is designed to accommodate seven guests in four staterooms with three heads. There is additional space provided aft for a crew of three in two cabins. The midship master stateroom is full beam with an ensuite bath, and the VIP is forward with an ensuite bath. Guest staterooms are located port and starboard, with an ensuite head in the starboard stateroom.   She is powered by two MTU 10V 2000 M94, 1600 hp diesel engines and electronically integrated with Hamilton waterjet propulsion. QUEEN BEE 2 is capable of a top speed of 29 knots and can comfortably cruise at 24 knots. Her 2150 gallon fuel tanks give a maximum range of 1500 nautical miles at 11 knots. Hull stabilization is provided by Humphree Fin Stabilizers which offer both pitch and roll control at speed and at anchor.   The upper deck flybridge features an enclosed pilothouse with an open aft area for entertaining. This area includes a buffet with refrigeration, propane barbecue, large sun awning and lounging chairs aft for sunbathing.     HULL & DECK:   Hull: Hull built to ABS standards Flag blue gelcoat topsides with single red boot stripe Polar white gelcoat deck Black bottom Vacuum bagged PVC foam core above and below waterline Fiberglass, e-glass, knitted throughout Hull surfaces below waterline with 3 coats of epoxy undercoating Vacuum-bagged PVC foam cored deck Composite deck and housetop Fully laminated deck hull joint Collision bow tank and bulkhead Stainless steel opening port lights   Deck: Teak decks on aft deck and fly bridge sundeck Varnished teak caprail Varnished teak eyebrow Sunpad and bench on cabin house top Anchor chain locker, self-draining, with access hatches. Anchor roller, twin rollers, stainless steel Dual function Windlass for chain and rode Chain stopper, hawser, snubber, deck chafe plate for anchor system Foredeck storage lockers Stainless steel scupper Cleats, mooring, stainless steel. Chocks, stainless steel cast. Courtesy lights, 24 vdc. Engine room air intake / discharge vents, painted aluminum. Cabin house top, non-slip paint, Awlgrip®. Flagstaffs, bow burgee and stern ensign, Varnished teak Flagstaff holders, bow and stern, stainless steel. Rubrail, heavy-duty white vinyl with stainless steel half-round. Quarter guard, FRP molded with stainless steel half round. Safety rails, stainless steel, with intermediate rail. Safety gates integrated access gates port and starboard. Skylight hatches, polished stainless steel with screens/blinds on forward cabin top   Aft Deck: Convertible dining and cocktail table aft of salon with seating for seven Bar and service area just forward of dining table Capstan winches on aft deck Settees with marine grade cushions fully aft at transom. Varnished “hi-lo” teak table with stainless steel pedestal Crew quarters access Engine room access Swim platform with hydraulic tender lift crane on swim deck Transom hot/cold shower Fresh water washdown Salt water wash down Exterior electrical outlets Fender and fender board storage in transom     FLYBRIDGE: Custom extended flybridge with tradition teak deck Room for four sun lounge chairs High/low table with seating for four aft of the enclose pilothouse Dual access from aft deck and saloon via curved stairs Fully enclosed and air conditioning pilothouse with access to salon via stairs Molded fiberglass fastened to pilothouse. 1” stainless steel railing and ladder surrounding passenger area. Teak edge molding Two Stidd® helm seats with chrome pedestals. Raise leather sofa seating in pilothouse with excellent sight lines and high/low table Full wing stations port and starboard Refrigerator Four folding steamer type teak lounge chairs for deck or swim platform Triangular varnished teak table fixed at cocktail height Custom fabricated aluminum mast on hard-top aluminum support structure for navigation lights, search light, flood lights, horn, and optional radar and Sat TV dome. Fiberglass dash with varnished teak trim. Flybridge to have option of being enclosed. Lighting in overhead Gauges, full duplicate engine controls, trim tabs and engine gauges. Flybridge sole, teak. Storage for two paddleboards below dinghy         SALON AND HELM: Custom built furniture throughout with couch to port and three swivel arm chairs Twin barstools aft of galley Foot stools Stainless steel watertight side deckhouse door Watertight aft bulkhead door to aft deck with varnished teak trim Bar with bottle and glass storage Two powered side windows Chart locker inboard of helm station Circuit breaker Breakfast table to starboard of galley with two chairs Glass and flatware storage in lockers surrounding the breakfast table area   Interior Finishes: Gleaming mahogany interior with navy blue accents throughout designed by Martha Coolidge Design Teak and Holly cabin sole Clear non-skid varnish on all steps Air conditioning and heat throughout Blinds on all main salon windows and staterooms Solid frame cabin doors with chrome hardware Sunbrella cabin sole covers throughout Wood and stainless steel gab rails Foam, removable headliner Removable insect screens for all opening ports Retractable insect screens and blinds for all deck hatches LED, incandescent, down lights, accent lights, indirect with dimmers located throughout   Galley: Custom upper galley cabinets with bi-fold enclosures Subzero under counter mounted double drawer refrigerator Gaggenau cooktop Meile dishwasher Galley vent Stainless steel microwave / convection oven Chrome single lever faucet with pull out head and hose Drawers for cutlery and storage Slide out trash container Plate storage in lockers Bar countertop Granite countertops     ACCOMMODATIONS:    VIP Stateroom: Island queen berth, ensuite head & shower Hanging locker with cedar lined shelves Mirror Granite countertop in head Shower stall with acrylic door and teak grating Lockers and drawers in head for storage Vitreous china sink Electric marine toilet Towel rack, rings, hooks   Guest Stateroom: Twin berths Bureau with drawers and lockers Wooden countertops Cedar hanging locker Mirror Granite countertop in head Shower stall with acrylic door and teak grating Vitreous china sink Lockers and drawers in head for storage Electric marine toilet Towel rack, rings, hooks   Guest Cabin: Single berth to port Bureau with drawers and lockers Wooden countertops Washer and dryer in mid cabin   Master Stateroom: Island king berth with drawer and lift up storage Bureaus with drawers and lockers, wooden countertops Walk in closet Entertainment center with TV Makeup table to port with mirror Settee to starboard Soundproofing (overhead and shared bulkhead with engine room) Double vitreous china sinks Shower stall Electric marine toilet Towel rack, rings, hooks Teak & Holly sole in head Emergency escape hatch Large hull ports with opening portions Small security safe   Crew Quarters: Private access from aft deck with secondary emergency hatch Full beam two cabin crews cabin Separate head and shower Queen berth to port Single berth to starboard Corian countertops throughout Shower with tile floor Lockers, drawers in head Electric marine toilet     NAVIGATIONAL ELECTRONICS: At flybridge helm station (3) Furuno NavNet MU170T 17” Touch Screen MFD chartplotter, radar, GPS, fishfinder (flybridge) FLIR night vision camera and system with joystick control (controls in pilothouse and flybridge) Simrad AP28 Autopilot Simrad follow up steering lever at Stidd chair armrest ICOM IC-M506 VHF (multiple stations) Newmar hailer deck horn Furuno 12KW digital open array radar scanner Furuno FA50 Black Box AIS Transponder Furuno 200WX Ultrasonic weather station (apparent/true wind angle and speeds, calculated wind chill, rate of turn) Furuno Transducer Furuno GP330B GPS/WAAS Antenna Furuno TZT-BB NavNet black box processor (3) Furuno MCU002 Remote control units for NavNet TZTOUCH KVH Satellite Tracphone V3IP system Geosat WIFI system Panasonic phone system pack CCTV Camera system     ENTERTAINMENT ELECTRONICS:   Main Salon: Sony 48” LED HDTV Blu-Ray DVD player with WIFI Satellite Tuner Surround sound receiver Sirius home tuner Fusion IP700I Marine IPOD/IPHONE Dock with AM/FM, Sirius Satellite, stereo system JL Audio speaker system   Master Stateroom: Samsung 24” LED-LCD HDTV   Guest Stateroom: Samsung 19” LED TV   VIP Stateroom: Samsung 19” LED TV   Crew Quarters: Samsung 19” LED TV   Stereo system throughout entire vessel including flybridge and aft deck     ELECTRICAL: 12v DC and 115v AC electrical system built Twin Northern Lights 25kW diesel generators with sound shields (250 hours on each) AGM batteries – (4) 225 Ah for engine start, (4) 225 Ah for house, (1) 105 Ah for each generator) 230 vac-24 vdc, 100 amp battery charger 230 vac-12 vdc, 30 amp battery charger Shore power isolation transformers Twin Glendinning Cablemaster systems for 50 amp shore power cables 4,000 watt inverter system Battery condition indicator Battery switches with emergency parallel Battery management panel, AC ship’s panel in crew’s quarters 60 amp engine alternators for engine start batteries 100 amp engine alternators for house batteries Carbon Monoxide detectors in each stateroom and salon Air conditioning and reverse cycle heat systems Remote search light LED Navigation lights 110 vac outlets in galley, engine room, heads, salon, cabins, GFCI circuit protection Marine grade wiring     ENGINE & MECHANICAL: Twin MTU M94 1600-hp diesel engines with 720 hours Two ZF 2050 Hamilton Blue Arrow joystick control system Hydraulic bow thruster integrated to Hamilton Blue Arrow Hydraulic stern thruster integrated to Hamilton Blue Arrow Dual station electronic engine throttle and gear shift controls with synchronizers Hamilton Blue Arrow wing stations to port and starboard on fly bridge aft of pilothouse Ride and trim control Humphree ACTIVE Ride Control System with automatic trim, list, and turn control Power assisted steering Engine room fire protection system Engine removal soft patch in cockpit deck Engine room fresh water system with faucet Fuel management panel with valves and transfer pump Oil change kit for engines, gear, and generators     PLUMBING: FRP composite main fuel tank FRP composite twin auxiliary fuel tanks Stainless steel fresh water tanks FRP composite gray water tank FRP composite holding tank Tank gauges for fuel, water, waste Tank vents for fuel, water, waste Discharge pumps for waste and gray water tanks Macerators for toilets ARID bilge system (5 zones) Fresh water system with twin 230 vac water heaters Sea Recovery Aqua Matic water maker Emergency bilge pump Groco Safety Seacocks for engine raw water intakes Seacocks for raw water strainers and pumps Strainers for engines and air conditioning     ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: 2015 Dinghy (65 hours on engine) Winslow 10 person offshore life raft packed in marine canister Exterior protection covers for settees, tables, windows Owner’s operation and maintenance manual

Fly Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Hinckley Yacht Brokerage.

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