Hunt 60 Ocean Series: Any Way You Like It
Soundings|March 2018

Hunt 60 Ocean Series: Any Way You Like It

Dennis Caprio

Trends in design, especially those we perceive as radical departures, always risk becoming clichés. A trend becomes the norm and then, over time, fails to excite us. I suspect that’s why the best designers never rest on their laurels.

On the other hand, some motifs endure beyond reason. One is the classic New England powerboat, which evolved from the workboats favored along the East Coast from New York to Maine and the Canadian Maritimes. Another steadfast style comes from pilot boats and patrol boats — aesthetically all business, seaworthy and fast. Hunt Yachts and the C. Raymond Hunt Associates design firm have masterfully married the best of these traditional styles, polishing the edges to create purposeful, elegant boats.

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