1995 Hunter 33' (10.06 m) 336
Rock Hall, Maryland, United States
Jamie Lynn II
Looking for that perfect boat is difficult and different for everyone depending on your needs. The Hunter 336 is one of the boats that fits many of those wants and needs in the under 35' size range. Jamie Lynn II has been well cared for, nicely equipped with constant maintainance and upgrades.
- Fiberglass Hull
Jamie Lynn II
Looking for that perfect boat is difficult and different for everyone depending on your needs. The Hunter 336 is one of the boats that fits many of those wants and needs in the under 35' size range. Jamie Lynn II has been well cared for, nicely equipped with constant maintainance and upgrades. She is shoul draft and ready for that Chesapeake Bay cruise this summer.
LOA: 33' 6'' (10.21 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 11' 8''
LWL: 28' 7''
Draft Max: 4' 6''
Single Berths: 6
Head Room: 6' 4''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Fresh Water: 80 Gallons (302.83 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 4100 lbs
Dry Weight: 11030
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Power HP: 27.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
When approaching Jamie Lynn II the first thing you will notice is the large inviting cockpit. Within this space is comfortable seating for 6 to 8 people by bringing the coaming outboard to the rail. More usable space has been ergonomically created within the cockpit, providing room for a custom steering console complete with tables, drink storage, cockpit lockers and a drop down transom seat making easy access to the swim platform.
This Hunter 336 offers the cruising sailor a large open salon with a full wrap around settee and forward large V-berth. She is perfect for those who like to entertain, but occasionally have overnight guests aboard.
The interior finish consists of warm hand-rubbed teak with great looking ash accents, and durable designer fabrics throughout. The full service galley was given tremendous thought and design input. The sink, for instance, includes twin deep basins, dual cover-cutting boards, and a separate drain board made from one piece molded fiberglass for easy cleaning and maintenance. The built-in dish rack holds the standard dishes in place and provides a handy sink light as well. The icebox includes a hydraulic assist. Aft, you'll see an extra-wide queen size berth with topper for comfort, hanging locker and plenty of storage. Also, because of the unique cockpit design it allows for more headroom down below, where you really need it.
The Hunter 336 utilizes a large-roach main, full battens, end of boom sheeting, and a high aspect ratio jib. The 336 makes shorthanded sailing easy. Small but important details like twin dorade vents, integral anchor rollers, midship cleats and wide side decks will make owning her a pleasure for many years to come.
Recently Replaced Equipement
Rig and Sail Area
Deck and Hull
- Hull: Fiberglass White Gel Coat
- Hull: Vinyl-ester Resin
- Hull: Balsa Core from Water Line Up
- Deck: White Gel Coat w/ Molded Non-Skid
- Deck: Cored w/ 4"x4" Bricked Marine Plywood
- Non-Skid Color Light Grey
- Bow Pulpit (Stainless Steel, Double Rail)
- Stern Pulpit (Stainless Steel, Double Rail w/ Teak Seats and Split Center for Stern Boarding)
- Life Lines (Double)
- Port and Stbd. Boarding Gates
- Swim Ladder (Stainless Steel)
- Coach Roof Stainless Steel Grab Rails
- Anchor Rollers (Stainless Steel, 2)
- Anchor Locker w/ Deck Hatch
- Cockpit Lockers
- Deck Cleats (2) Bow, (2) Mid-ship), (2) Stern
- Fiberglass Pedistal w/ Fold Down Table
- 120V. Inlets (2)
- 120V 30amp Power Cords
- Water Heater
- Air Conditioning (Reverse Cycle Heat Pump)
- Battery Charger (Freedom 10 Inverter /Charger)
- 120v. Outlets
- Running Lights
- Interior Lights
- Bilge Pump
- TV Antenna
- Stereo (CD)
- Knot Meter (Tridata, Autohelm)
- Depth (Tridata, Autohelm)
- Wind (Autohelm)
- Auto Pilot (Autohelm, ST4000)
- GPS (Garmin Handheld w/ Mount)
Mechanical and Plumbing
- Air Conditionioning (Reverse Cycle Heat Pump)
- Bilge Pump (Electric Auto)
- Bilge Pump (Mechanical)
- Water Heater (Engine and 120V)
- Fresh Water Pump
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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Welcome to my little part of the marine industry. Let’s see how I may be of help to you. My name is John Heffner (Jack) and I have been in the marine industry since 1984 when I moved to Rock Hall, Maryland, to work for Gratitude Yachting Center. I entered the boating industry after leaving a career in HVAC, plumbing and electrical design with a consulting engineering firm in Pennsylvania. I joined the staff at Gratitude Yachting Center working as a rigger and systems installer for 10 years. I became a partner and have worked in most aspects of the business from installer, service manager, sales of both new and used boats, and the liaison with several of the boat manufacturers that we sold. For the past 37 years, I have been around and understand the characteristics and construction of many types of boats and have worked with builders of boats from England, Finland, France, Spain and the United States.