Watch the Hunt Harrier 36 IPS Video Boat Review
- Couple the classic Ray Hunt designed deep-v hull with modern power systems.
- Allow the owner to arrange and accessorize the boat as they desire.
- Vacuum-bagged and cored hull and deck.
- Beefed-up hull bottom around IPS drive units.
- Trimmed as desired, with teak or stainless-steel accents.
- 1.4 miles to the gallon at a cruise of around 30 knots make the IPS boat the most fuel-efficient of the bunch.
- Top-speed is 34 knots, which is slightly less than the inboard and jet top speeds.
- There’s only one way to describe docking with the IPS drives: WOW!!!
- Steering with the joystick is a joy. Seriously. If you played Pac Man as a kid, you can run this boat.
- On plane, handling is very much like other versions of the Hunt Harrier 36; it carves turns while banking in, leans a good deal, and responds quickly to the wheel.
- This is one of the smallest IPS boats around; if you like this power system (and you will) there are few other options in this size range.
- High level of customization in the bridgedeck arrangement and trim level. You can also get the boat with or without a full hard-top.
- Gotta love that Ray Hunt deep-v hull—it handles waves like a boat with several more feet of LOA.