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The Hunter 310 is a variation of the Hunter 31. It has slightly smaller sailboat specifications overall and different rig specs than the Hunter 31. Production started in 1987, right after the end of the Hunter 31. This boat brings some design improvements to the original design of the Hunter 31.
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All About Your Hunter 310
These are the specifications provided by the designers, but even from the factory, these boats may not be identical. The reason for this is that the sail industry often contracts manufacturing to different sources in order to achieve economies of scale. What this means is – your Hunter 310 may be more unique than you initially thought.
It’s important to note that boats are also frequently customized, so if you suspect that work has been done on yours, it’s best to take your own measurements. When ordering a sail, we will advise you if using the manufacturer’s specifications is appropriate, or if we require you to complete our own measurement forms.
|I:||37.08 ft / 11.30 m|
|J:||11.67 ft / 3.56 m|
|P:||39.08 ft / 11.91 m|
|E:||12.67 ft / 3.86 m|
The performance of the Hunter 310 is unparalleled, combining speed with stability to provide a safe yet exhilarating experience. The Hunter 310 brings both a balanced rudder and a deep, bulb keel to the table, which provide excellent stability, minimizing heel and boosting comfort, even in rough conditions. Furthermore, the Hunter 310’s performance is not limited to open water sailing. Its versatile design allows it to perform well in various sailing scenarios such as racing or coastal cruising.
The Hunter 310 features a sloop rig. A sloop rig is a single-masted sailboat configuration with one head sail, typically a jib or a genoa, and a mainsail. This simple and efficient rigging setup is commonly found on a wide range of sailboats, including the Hunter 310, and offers excellent performance, ease of handling, and versatility in various wind conditions. The sail controls are strategically positioned within easy reach of the helmsman, which allows for quick adjustments to aid with switching wind conditions. Hunter also offered the option between a standard rig and a furling mast system, providing flexibility for different sailing styles and skill levels.
Hunter Marine was founded in the early 1970s and had a goal to create sailboats that not only excelled in performance, but also comfort and affordability. Released in 1997, the Hunter 310 quickly gained popularity for its sleek design, spacious interior and impressive sailing capabilities. This is a boat that caught the attention of both experienced sailors and newcomers. Over the years, the Hunter 310 underwent several design modifications and feature enhancements, adapting to the evolving needs and preferences of sailors. Today, the Hunter 310 continues to be a sought-after sailboat, cherished for its excellent craftsmanship and performance.
The design of the Hunter 310 is well-thought out and a testament to Hunter Marine’s dedication to performance and good looks. The well-balanced proportions and hull shape contribute to the boat’s performance capabilities, allowing the boat to slice through water with ease. Downstairs, you’ll be greeted by a spacious seating area and ample headroom. Large windows and hatches allow for natural light to flow in, which makes the interior feel more open. With lots of storage, you’ll never run out of room for equipment and personal items.
From its sleek exterior to its thoughtfully laid-out interior, the Hunter 310 is a sailboat that catches eyes for all of the right reasons. The Hunter 310 excels in performance with its responsive handling and versatile rigging options. Its efficient hull design and sail plan deliver excellent speed and stability, allowing sailors to confidently navigate various wind conditions. The spacious cockpit provides lots of seating and excellent visibility. With ample storage and a spacious cabin, this boat ensures a comfortable voyage. By investing in the Hunter 310 you are guaranteeing comfortable and stress-free adventures.
Recommended Sails For Your Hunter 310
We would love to help you enhance your sailing experience on your Hunter 310. That’s why we have put together a list of expertly curated sail recommendations just for you. You can find more information about each sail and what makes our sails stand out by following the links to our education page.
You need a mainsail designed to give you the greatest mileage out of your vessel. Precision Sails’ custom designed mainsails come with all the standard options needed to get sailing right away, and custom options to optimize handling, performance, and shape.
Jibs, genoas, yankee cut, staysails, or working jibs, we do it all. No matter what headsail you need for you sailboat, Precision Sails’ team of sail designers will work with you to ensure your new head sail fits and performs for you. Our headsails come complete with all standard options required for the best performance and durability. Learn more about our available headsail options and customization here.
Downwind and Light Wind Sails
Sail downwind easily with your choice of our downwind and light wind sail options. We custom design and tailor every sail for your needs. Explore our symmetrical or asymmetrical spinnakers and code zeros, including what options are available for each.
I (Foretriangle height)
37.08 ft / 11.30 m
J (Foretriangle base)
11.67 ft / 3.56 m
P (Mainsail luff)
39.08 ft / 11.91 m
E (Mainsail foot)
12.67 ft / 3.86 m
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