Hunter is one of numerous AWBs* out there in the marketplace these days but perhaps fits the negative term "bubble boat" more than most, i.e. there is certainly a LOT of boat and windage above the waterline than there is hull and keel below the waterline. This is not exactly what your sailing area is looking for...
Iīd encourage you to use some of the sailing periodical websites to research comparable AWBs; there are many competitors and you will see some distinct differences. As one example, a comparable boat (in size, cost, basic construction) that has been in production for many years and sold several thousand hulls is the Catalina. With a lead keel, conventional masthead rig, Euro floor plan (the head is located where you can actually use it offshore comfortably) and functional interior, it would seem to be at least as valid a choice for you. If you visit the C34 owners website (sorry, the URL isnīt handy but google it), you will find a huge inventory of info on the boat along with a range of owners who can provide further info on request. Personally, I would prefer a C34 over the many other AWBs now in production (Beneteau 343, Hanse 342, Jenneau 35 come to mind).