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  1. 1988 Hinckley Francis Herreshoff ketch

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    An Icon of yachting !

    This beautifull sailing yacht is of impeccable pedigree.
    TIOGA, designed 1931 by Francis Herreshoff, arguably America’s most famous ans respected naval architect, she remains timeless classics.
    She is one of the most famous designs of L. Francis Herreshoff.

    Original Tioga does not exist anymore so this surperb replica was built in 1988 at Hinckley in Maine and the owner gave her a complete and detailed refit in 2005 /2006 at the well know, Böbs Shipyard in germany.

    Tioga is now lying in Port-Grimaud, ready for the next Voiles de St Tropez.

    Equipment on Board:


  2. 1961 Hinckley Bermuda 40

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Own a classic! Described in Ferenc Mate’s “The World’s Best Sailboats” as the greatest fiberglass boat of all time, this boat is something dreams are made of. Extensively refitted with up-to-date electronics, autopilot, bow thruster, generator, air & heat, and electric head, she has the equipment you would expect to find on a new yacht.

    If you have a keen eye for great nautical design and classic lines, this may be just the boat for you.

    This beautiful classic Hinckley Bermuda 40 is offered for sale through the San Diego office of Blue Pacific Boating, 2330 Shelter Island Drive, Unit 103, San Diego CA 92106. Tel (# removed).

    Equipment on Board:

    Electrical: All new including panel & 5x AGMs Ahs Batteries

    Electronics /Nav / Plotter / Depth / Pilot 4kb Radar
    High end sound including speakers: 4x JBLs (int) 2x Alpine external. Head:Alpine, IPod dock, JRL 6 ch amp
    New 4 kw Panda Generator
    New SS Westmar Bow Thruster
    New Maxwell RC10 windlass w/capstan – All custom including polished fabed roller, foot and helm controls 8 plait braided rode and chain.

    All new CruisAir air conditioning and heat
    Sealand domestic electric head

    New cockpit cushions

    New North Asymmetrical Blue Spinnaker with a snuffer/sock and spectra sheets
    Like new North Nor/Lam 80% jib
    The main is an excellent Neil Pride full battened Dacron with lazy-jacks
    The mizzen is an excelleent Neil Pride full battened sail

    The dinghy is a Zodiac 9.5 with a 5 hp Honda outboard

    The AWL Grip Blue L/P was professionally applied in 2009
    All exterior varnish was redone in 2012 by a Professional in San Diego


  3. 1963 HINCKLEY Sou’wester

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    HINCKLEY SOU’WESTER 30′ 1963 SAILBOAT – RESTORED!!!

    Excellent condition, stored inside during the last 30 years. Owner is mastercraftsman and woodworker and has made many boats by hand. Magnificent vessel and has been scrupulously maintained.

    Designed by Henry R. Hinckley
    Keel: Full
    Length on Deck: 22.6
    Engine: Grey Marine Flathead, 4 cylinder, 1997, 25 Hp engine built by Van Ness Engineering. New water pump, coil, alternator, regulator, carburetor & fuel pump). Engine compartment completely redone and 1″ sound insulation throughout and added bronze manhole access in cockpit. Converted to transistorized ignition.

    Interior sleeps four in two cabins. Classic interior. Cushions are reupholstered in black ultra suede fabric. Custom window treatments. Solar vent added in main cabin. Separate head is aft of forward cabin. Galley is completely remodeled w Corian countertop, stainless steel grate added to ice box, etc.
    Ample storage throughout.

    Construction: Hull and deck are laid fiberglass. 520 lead added for ballast. Topsides and cabinhouse and deck are light blue w molded in non-skid teak toe rails and eyebrows. 8 portlights and 1 porthole.

    Photos: www.sellyourboatnow.shutterfly.com

    Owner is negotiable. Vessel is on the hard in Port Washington, New York. Sold “as is” and “where is”.

    Contact: Steve/Patty (# removed)

    We offer the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

    Equipment on Board:

    Navigation/Electronic:
    Furuno 1191 Loran, Standard Horizon VHF, New knot meter-
    Model Standard SL45 w bronze thru hull fitting, Garman 172 C GPS and Datamarine Sandpiper 2480 D1 depth sounder. New transducer.

    Cockpit: Varnished tiller steering w cover. New California style Dodger. Opening cockppit seats w storage port and starboard. Two aft deck lazarette storage lockers.

    Sails and Rigging:
    New Doyle Mainsail Stack Pack 5/2008. New Harken 6-1 Blocs for down haul w new line. # 1
    Working Jib by Quantum sails. New Jib sheets for working Jib, New main sheet 5/04. New Harken roller installed 5/2005. New standing rigging upper & lower shrouds replaced summer 1991. Equipped w 2 Barient #19STC 2 speed self-tailing winches and winch handles.

    Equipped w 2 new 8G27M GelTech batteries 700 MCA 505 CCA (5/2008).

    This boat must be seen!!


  4. 1976 Hinckley Sou’wester

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This 50 foot Hinckley Sou’wester, constructed in 1976, is located in Bristol, Rhode Island; stored indoors, and is available for showing by appointment only.

    Her interior is a customized “A” layout with stunning satin varnished mahogany joinery, and a recently renovated teak and holly cabin sole. Beginning forward, she has a private owner’s cabin with a V berth and an adjoining private head on the port side. In the owner’s cabin there is ample storage for bedding and gear on shelving port and starboard, as well storage and hanging lockers. A second day head is adjacent to the owner’s head and is accessible from the main salon. In her main salon is a U shaped dinette to port with a drop leaf table. Above the U shaped settee is a pilot berth. To starboard in the main salon is a second settee. Above the starboard settee is a bookshelf and storage lockers fore and aft. A hanging locker lies forward of the starboard settee. On the port side aft, lies a U shaped galley with wood grained Formica countertops and sufficient storage for provisions and cookware. To starboard lies a large outboard facing navigation table with sufficient drawer storage for navigational charts and publications. Just aft of the navigation table is a quarter berth for the navigator.

    THISTLE has been lightly used and is a well maintained example of this venerable Hinckley model.

    Equipment on Board:

    Engines
    Engine Make: Ford Lehman Model: Fresh Water Cooled
    Year Built: 1976
    Fuel Type: Diesel
    Horse Power: 135
    Hours: 1,385
    Drive Type: Direct
    Max Speed: 8 Knots
    Cruising Speed: 7 Knots
    Propeller: 3 bladed feathering Max Prop with dripless shaft gland

    Electrical System
    System: 110 V AC/ 12 V DC
    Battery(s): 6 @Amp Hrs:
    Charger/Inverter: Yes – 40 Amp for battery charging
    Generator: ONAN – 7.5 KW
    Shore Power: Yes – 2 connections
    Navigation Lights: 120V

    Electronics
    VHF Radio: Yes – ICOM M55
    SSB – Yes – King
    GPS/Chart Plotter: Yes – Garmin 2010C
    Radar – Yes – Vigil
    Loran – Yes – Northstar 7000
    Weather Fax – Yes – Alden
    Instruments: Yes – NEXUS auto pilot, wind angle / speed, depth, knot meter, multi
    Auto Pilot – Yes
    Magnetic Compass – Yes – Ritchie

    Accommodations
    AC/Heat: Yes – Reverse Cycle
    Galley Stove: 4 Burner w/ oven – Force 10 Type: Propane
    Refrigeration: Engine drive Alder Barbour and 12V Grunert
    Hot Water Tank: Yes
    Fresh Water Capacity: 375 gallons
    Holding Tank: 20 gallons
    Macerator: Yes
    Other: Paul Luke coal or wood fired cabin fireplace with tiled heat shield

    Sails and Rigging
    Anodized aluminum spars and booms
    Anodized aluminum spinnaker pole
    Stainless Steel 1 x 19 standing rigging
    Roller furling
    Manual adjustable back stay
    Detachable inner fore stay
    Custom Hinckley rod lug tensioners
    Full batten main with added roach – Hood
    Full batten mizzen with added roach – Hood
    120% Genoa – Hood
    150% Genoa – Hood
    Storm Trysail
    Storm Jib
    Staysail – reefable on inner forestay
    MPS Cruising spinnaker – Hood
    (Sails have been lightly used and are in excellent condition)
    Main sail and Mizzen sail covers

    Winches
    Primary – #35 Barient 2 speed
    Secondary – #26 Barient 2 speed electric
    Main and Genoa Halyard – #22 Barient 2 speed
    Main Reefing – #22 Barient 2 speed
    Mizzen Halyard – #10 Barient
    Mizzen Reefing – #10 Barient

    Interior Features

    THISTLE is a customized “A” layout Sou’wester 50. Exquisite craftsmanship and joinery only found on a Hinckley. Satin varnished mahogany cabinetry and a recently refurbished teak and holly cabin sole. Brass reading lamps and a Paul Luke soapstone fireplace with a tiled heat shield on the forward bulkhead; fireplace burns wood or coal. Ample storage is provided by lockers, book shelves, hanging lockers and bureaus. A well ventilated interior as provided by deck hatches with insect screens; reverse cycle heat and air conditioning.


  5. 1961 Hinckley Southwest Jr

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Hinckley Southwest junior is one of the Hinckley company’s early forays in fiberglass construction. She has the visual appeal of her wooden sister ships with added benefits of low maintenance and strength afforded by FRP construction. The hull and deck are composed of solid fiberglass and contain no core which can be problematic with other builds of this vintage. She has been freshly painted and her bright work sparkles. Stormy is an excellent value and is highly recommended for someone looking for a great buy on a classic Hinckley.

    Equipment on Board:

    Depthsounder,
    Log-speedometer,
    Autopilot,
    Compass,
    VHF,
    CD player,
    Manual bilge pump,
    Battery charger,
    Marine head,
    Refrigerator,
    Shore power inlet,
    Teak cockpit,
    Solar panel,
    Cockpit cushions,
    (2) grp 24 house batteries,
    (1) grp 27 engine start battery,
    30 amp shore power connection,
    5W solar panel (trickle charger),
    Pro Mariner Battery Charger,
    DC breaker panel,
    AC breaker panel,
    Mast rewired (’04),
    Standard Horizon knotmeter/log,
    Standard horizon depth finder,
    Raymarine tiller pilot new june 2011,
    Apelco VHF Radio,