In this article, we look at the Hunter e33 sailboat. We'll look at price, design, interior, exterior, specification, a video walkthrough and all the features of this vessel.
We'll also show you where to buy one of these boats if it's something you can imagine being on the water with and would like to own.
It's important to have fun on your boating trips with family and friends and this boat made it onto our top sailboats under 40 feet. Our community listed the Hunter as one of best so it's been tested and used by real owners around the world.
It also makes for a great live-aboard boat for a small family or couple looking to explore what the sea has to offer.
Right, let's first get started with a video.
Before we get into everything about this boat, you can look at a video walk-through from littleyachtsales of the hunter e33 below. This will give you a good idea of how things look.
It's a beauty isn't it?
Can you imagine yourself on a boating trip in that vessel? It's certainly a boat to consider.
The older hunter e33 (2005 to 2009) will cost upwards of $55,000 - $80,000. Newer models from 2011 to present will cost upwards of $95,000 on average.
The Hunter e33 boats before 2005 cost under $50,000 on average.
Please keep in mind that these are average prices and that some boat owners may be selling outside these ranges.
All in all, it's a great boat for the price and would make a great home for someone looking to spend their time of the water or for the casual sailor/boater who would just enjoy weekend boating trips with family.
Right, now that you know the average price, let's look at the specifications of this boat. The boat is 33ft in length overall, of 33.6ft to be precise.
Let's look at the full spec details:
For anyone that loves stats and every little detail, they are some nice numbers to look at. The 6.6ft headroom means plenty of space and headroom for the majority of people.
As you can see., the interior is of great quality and there is plenty of space with many features like:
So there is plenty to keep any boat owner occupied and comfortable.
The exterior is beautifully designed and the boat is an eye catching beauty on the water.
Some of the exterior features include:
The newer boats come with even more features as standard too so keep that in mind if buying a Hunter 33.
The hunter e33 comes with plenty of electronics you'd expect to see in a modern boat. Anyone who loves their gadgets and tech on a boat, here's some of the goodies onboard:
Obviously, this will vary depending on the exact year and spec of the Hunter you're interested in.
So if this boat is something you'd like to own or at least check out some more, there are places you will find these boats for sale.
The most popular sites to buy a used Hunter e33 sailboat are Yachtworld, Boattrader & Boats.com
Here's a look at some available boats for sale (at the time of publication)
Alternatively, you can check out marlow-hunter directly to see what they have for sale. Buying directly like that will generally be more expensive but with added peace of mind.
You can also check out our used boat buying checklist to bring along when assessing any boat you're keen on buying.
With the wide variety of features and specs, there are plenty of options for most sailors to choose from. Whether you're a boating or sailing enthusiast or want to live onboard with your partner or family, this boat can be a great option.
The newer 2014+ Hunter is a wonderful family cruiser. One thing to keep in mind is maintenance. With all boats and in particular with the Hunter, it's important to follow a regular maintenance schedule especially on older versions.
We're not talking every week but once a year is a sufficient amount of time to ensure everything is working as it should, in particular the sail drive which is a concern from these boat owners.