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Innovation & experimentation have been at the heart of Hunton’s philosophy for almost forty years. By pushing the boundaries in racing, we've learned how to develop better & better production boats with an unrivalled performance and handling.

Driven by the uncompromising quest for excellence, our commitment has always been to build beautifully designed, precision-engineered boats that are the best of their generation.


From a customer perspective, ordering a Hunton is an inspiring, highly creative process. It's more like commissioning a work of art than buying a boat. Being involved throughout each stage, makes it a truly bespoke process. Paint finishes, upholstery, technology, fixtures and fittings. Even the smallest detail can be worked into an individual’s design.

For us, it's a labor of love. Every boat is hand-built to order. It gives our team immense satisfaction to be able to deliver a unique expression of a customer’s personality, that they will enjoy for years to come.

Our Story

Jeff Hunton, A passionate offshore powerboat racer, entered the first of his eleven Cowes/Torquay/Cowes races in 1975. The path to a remarkable career had begun. Confident in his own boat designs, Jeff created Hunton Powerboats in 1979. He wanted to design and build genuine high-performance boats with luxurious accommodations.

His first design, the Gazelle 23, won Cruiser Class A in the 1980 British Offshore Powerboat Championship. Jeff went on to win the title six times. By pushing the boundaries in racing, we've learned how to develop better production boats with a performance and handling that's unrivaled.


Design began to produce a boat that combined high performance with genuine accomadation. Initial tooling for a 23 foot started.


Hunton Powerboats was formed, located on a converted chicken farm.

The Gazelle 23 was launched.


A New racing class for production cruisers was created. David Graham Smith purchased boat 4 to race with support from Hunton and won the championship.