Hunter 45DS

Meet ... Sol Cazador and the brand new Sea Silver

Whether you’re cruising for a day or a year, in the harbour or on the open sea, the Hunter 45 DS delivers. Ultra comfortable fore and aft cabins, a galley fit for a gourmand and a spacious salon will please the lady of the ship, while the ease of sailing, electric winches, furling sails and state-of-the art technology will delight the captain. This could be the yacht you have been waiting for.

Huge amounts of natural light flood into the open salon, complementing the rich cherry woodwork and lush furnishings. The galley has enough space and amenities to ensure you can cook gourmet meals at sea – say goodbye to canned food and basic pastas.

The aft stateroom has a queen-size innerspring mattress, a large hanging locker, storage bins along both sides and shelving. There is also private access to the aft head and shower. The forward cabin is Pullman style with a side mounted double berth.

As for performance, the dual helm stations allow for better control, comfort and visibility, and the large t-shaped cockpit provides shelter at sea and plenty of room for sundowners.


  • Maximum Capacity : 16 plus SBS skipper
  • Overall Length : 13.66m
  • Hull Length : 12.83m
  • Beam : 4.39m
  • Displacement (deep) : 10,404kgs
  • Draft (deep) : 1.98m
  • Mast height (furling) : 18.49m
  • Sail Area (furling w/battens) : 90.58Sqm
  • Headroom : 2.2m
  • Berths : can sleep seven
  • Bimini Cover
  • Furling Jib
  • Windlass
  • Tender
  • Gas stove
  • TV, DVD, Stereo and CD player
  • An enclosed head and two showers  
  • Fridge  
  • Hot water




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