Basically, the question is in the title.
For some similar data: EDHEC provides some data and one can also get the Mutual Funds data from the Yahoo Finance:is there anything else out there?
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You can get monthly performance for all of the Eurekahedge indices for free from Quandl: http://www.quandl.com/EUREKA-Eurekahedge
In most cases, you will only have access to monthly index numbers or occassional snapshot of manager performance. NilssonHedge (www.nilssonhedge.com) provides a free CTA/Managed Futures database. For browsing quant funds, this might be a good suggestion. I'm affiliated with the site.
You could use the free to access database from www.bankacareer.com it actually provides up to 25k funds at the moment. You can sort it by Type (hedge fund, mutual, etc), Strategy (Income, Growth, etc) and even by country and city. Enjoy!