PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Hunt Yachts introduced its new 32-foot center console to the marine press on Wednesday — two days after Hull No. 1’s new owner christened it.
Hunt Yachts was formed by naval architect C. Raymond Hunt, who patented the deep-vee hull design. The company operates in Portsmouth, R.I., and builds models that include coupes, flybridge cruisers, express cruisers and motoryachts. Scout Partners LLC, owner of The Hinckley Company, acquired Hunt in 2013.
Hunt Yachts said that in response to strong demand in Florida, Joe Connell of Port St. Lucie joined the firm as sales director for Florida’s east coast.
Hunt Yachts LLC is adding two new regional sales offices.
Hunt Yachts will sponsor the Annapolis Leukemia Cup Regatta, which will be held May 30-31 on Chesapeake Bay.
Hunt Yachts said it is building its largest model yet — an 80-foot Sport Motoryacht — for an experienced yachtsman who also owns a 25-foot Hunt Harrier.
Following Scout Partners’ purchase of Hunt Yachts in September, Hunt will relocate its Chesapeake sales office to the Hinckley Yard in Oxford, Md.
Hunt Yachts is introducing a bold sales incentive with the launch of a program that covers all recommended maintenance, winter storage and other additional services for two years after purchase — at no additional cost to the buyer. “With this new Hunt Carefree Purchase Program, new motoryacht owners can enjoy all the appointments and excitement…more
Hunt Yachts is opening a sales office in Annapolis, Md., to support the growing number of Hunt owners in the region. “Although we’ve been transitioning to an agent network with recent appointments in several key markets we felt that a company-direct communication was more appropriate in the Chesapeake,” Hunt Yachts president Peter Van Lancker said…more
In a market where most boatbuilders have scaled back on new model introductions, Hunt Yachts greets 2010 with three new hardtop coupes, each built on deep-vee hulls designed by C. Raymond Hunt Associates. The first Harrier 36 Hardtop Coupe was launched and christened Nov. 6 to prepare her for her journey to her winter home…more