Hunter 19-1

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Hunter 19-1
DesignerHunter Design Team
LocationUnited States
Builder(s)Hunter Marine
Boat weight1,250 lb (567 kg)
Draft4.50 ft (1.37 m)
LOA18.67 ft (5.69 m)
LWL14.58 ft (4.44 m)
Beam7.33 ft (2.23 m)
Engine typeOutboard motor
Hull appendages
Keel/board typecenterboard
Rudder(s)transom-mounted rudder
Rig typeBermuda rig
I (foretriangle height)21.00 ft (6.40 m)
J (foretriangle base)6.50 ft (1.98 m)
P (mainsail luff)21.00 ft (6.40 m)
E (mainsail foot)8.33 ft (2.54 m)
SailplanFractional rigged sloop
Mainsail area87.47 sq ft (8.126 m2)
Jib/genoa area68.25 sq ft (6.341 m2)
Total sail area155.72 sq ft (14.467 m2)

The Hunter 19-1 is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed as a day sailer and small cruising sailboat by the Hunter Design Team and first built in 1981.[1][2][3]

The design was originally marketed by the manufacturer as the Hunter 19, but is now usually referred to as the Hunter 19-1 to differentiate it from the unrelated 1993 Hunter 19-2 design, which was also sold as the Hunter 19.[1][2][4]


The design was built by Hunter Marine in the United States between 1981 and 1983, but it is now out of production.[1][2]


The Hunter 19-1 is a small recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with wood trim. It has a fractional sloop rig, a raked stem, a slightly reverse transom, a transom-hung rudder controlled by a tiller and a centerboard. It displaces 1,250 lb (567 kg).[1]

The boat has a draft of 4.50 ft (1.37 m) with the centreboard extended and 0.58 ft (0.18 m) with it retracted, allowing beaching or ground transportation on a trailer.[1]

The boat is normally fitted with a small outboard motor for docking and maneuvering. The design features a self-bailing cockpit, built-in outboard engine mount, a portable toliet and a cooler.[3]

The design has a hull speed of 5.12 kn (9.48 km/h).[5]

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Related development

Similar sailboats


  1. ^ a b c d e Browning, Randy (2018). "Hunter 19-1 sailboat specifications and details". Retrieved 27 October 2018.
  2. ^ a b c Browning, Randy (2018). "Hunter Marine". Retrieved 27 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b Hunter Marine (1981). "Hunter 19, 22, 25 the affordable fantasy" (PDF). Retrieved 27 October 2018.
  4. ^ Browning, Randy (2018). "Hunter 19-2 sailboat specifications and details". Retrieved 27 October 2018.
  5. ^ InterVisionSoft LLC (2018). "Sailboat Specifications for Hunter 19-1". Sailing Joy. Retrieved 27 October 2018.

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