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Hunter's 46LE hull is broad and voluminous. The boat's rig and deck are designed for speed and simple handling, but it's the 460's abundance of living space and creature comforts that will outshine the last sailboat you owned. The first thing you'll notice is that the bow is a lot more plumb than many other sailboats, more like a power boat. The 460's relatively wide 14 foot beam amidships carries well aft, not tapering back sharply to a narrow stern. Under the waterline, the Hunter's bottom is flatter than many fast sailing hulls, and this helps keep you on "an even keel" - another trait that power boaters appreciate. The standard rigging has no awkward backstay, and it gives you a larger, more powerful mainsail and a smaller jib, so foredeck work is all but eliminated. Although the Hunter 460 can be sailed single handed, it's designed for at least four adults -- who want to make it up the coast quickly, so they can relax in comfort when they get to their destination.