Why Knot II

I have listed Why Knot II our 1981 27′ Hunter Cherubini over on YachtWorld.  She will still be available for 3 day charters until she sells, who knows maybe the buyer will leave her in the fleet for awhile to offset some costs. Hunter 27 Sales Brochure

I bought Why Knot II in November of 2007 in Arnold, MD, up near Annapolis. She had been “on the hard” for a couple of years and had about 6″ of rain water in the floor.  I had all the thru hulls replaced before she went back in the water as well as all the circuit breakers. I sailed her down to Oriental, NC by myself.  You’ve probably heard me say it once or twice but that trip changed my life.  So, I have an emotional attachment to the old girl.  She is just one of 10 sailboats in our fleet and that is about 9 boats too many.

I like the Hunter because all the ports open for great ventilation. She has a wheel, roller furling and a diesel engine.  She is very comfortable for an extended stay and a blast to sail.  The only thing I don’t like is the headroom, which is 6′ 1″; I’m 6′ 2″ so I bump my head a lot.

She only draws 3′ 3″ so she can go just about anywhere.

We have other boats in the fleet that are available and there are some great boats listed at Matthews Point Yacht Sales. If you or anyone you know is interested in buying a boat give us a shout and we’ll help you find your boat!

Why Knot II Listing

Fair Winds,



Why Knot II



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