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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Rockland, ME
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- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 164,900
"The Bermuda 40 is a quintessential example of Tripp's art and masterful eye for near-perfect balance. I think it can be safely said that this boat has stood the test of time, and, although the design is now 40 years old, many people, myself among them, still consider the Bermuda 40 one of the most beautiful yachts afloat." ~ Jack Horner for Boat U.S.Boat Review
Just step aboard this yacht and it is obvious the love and care this yacht has received over the years. Clean decks, maintained varnish, many nice upgrades and more than anything a keen attention to details that would make any knowledgeable owner envious. Carol Lyn is an iconic yacht maintained to an exacting standard by a knowledgeable yachtsman. This is a very good opportunity to own a great example of this renown yacht at a very competitive price.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hinckley Yachts
Designer: William Tripp Jr.
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 40 ft 9 in
LWL: 28 ft 10 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Displacement: 20000 lbs
Ballast: 6500 lbs
Total Power: 53 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2013
Engine Model: 4JH5E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 230
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 53 HP
Hinckley Bermuda 40 MK III Yawl
The iconic Bermuda 40 is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful sailboats ever built. The Mark III version is faster than its predecessors with its taller rig and reconfigured ballast. This William Tripp Jr. Hall of Fame design was the Hinckley Company's first semi-custom offering. A total of 203 Bermuda Forties were built between 1959 and 1991.
"The CAROL LYN is a US Coast Guard documented vessel whose home port is Rockport, Maine. Having always been properly maintained, she is in excellent condition. The CAROL LYN has had only two knowledgeable owners. She is always stored inside during the off season. Recent upgrades include a four cylinder Yanmar diesel engine, a Hoyt Jib Boom and an electric main sheet winch making her both reliable and easy to handle by an older couple. CAROL LYN is the preferred dinette version with dark green topsides, a white boot top and black bottom paint. The topsides, white cabin and deck with cream nonskid are enhanced by A+ varnish on all exterior exterior surfaces." ~ Current Owners
Hull and Deck
- Jade Mist Green Awlgrip topsides. (2008)
- White deck and house with cream nonskid. (2009)
- White Awlgrip boot top. (2008)
- Barrier coat bottom (2008)
- Black Pettit Hydracoat ablative bottom paint.
- Gold cove stripe. (2008)
- Jib sheet, out haul and furler lines are rigged outboard providing uncluttered decks. (2009)
- Solid hand laid fiberglass hull reinforced in all stress areas.
- Balsa core deck is set in molded 6" hull flange, fiber glassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint.
- External lead keel fastened with stainless steel bolts.
- Bronze centerboard activated by a worm gear.
- Bronze sea cocks.
- Rub rail with stainless steel half-round at sheer.
- Stainless steel stem head with anchor roller.
- Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits.
- Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and both port and starboard gates.
- Varnished teak exterior trim. Wooded in 2009 with (12) coats Epifanes varnish with two maintenance coats each spring.
- Two large ventilators mounted on a teak dorade box with storage between.
- Stainless steel dorade guard.
- Two translucent white, opening house top deck hatches with screens.
Sails and Rigging
- Hood Seafurl System.
- Hoyt self tending Jib Boom. (2009)
- Aluminum masts and booms painted white.
- Tan custom sail covers with lazy jack zippers, Pope Sails. (2009)
- Main sheet rigged to port on the house top beneath the dodger.
- Main sheet traveler.
- Jib sheet, out haul and furler lines outboard to provide trip free decks. (2009)
- Aluminum spinnaker pole in deck chocks.
- Working Jib: Self tending on Hoyt Jib Boom and furler, Pope Sails. (2009)
- Mainsail: Full batten with two reefing points, Pope Sails. (2012)
- Mizzen: Full batten, Pope Sails. (2011)
- Genoa: 160%, Hood Sails
- Spinnaker: Green and white, Hood Sails.
- Mizzen Stay Sail: Green and white, Hood Sails.
- Lewmar model 40-77 electric main sheet. (2013)
- Barient stainless steel No. 28 self tailing jib sheet winches.
- Barient stainless steel No. 22 auxiliary sheet winches.
- Barient stainless steel No. 28 Jib halyard winch.
- Barient stainless steel No. 28 spinnaker halyard winch
- Anderson self tailing main halyard winch. (2009)
- Barient stainless steel No. 22 mizzen halyard and sheet winches.
- Barient stainless steel jiffy reefing winch mounted on boom.
- Jib Halyard (2009)
- Main Halyard (2009)
- Topping lift (2009)
- Main sheet (2013)
- Jiffy reefing lines (2015)
- Ray Marine ST 60 depth sounder. (2009)
- Ray Marine ST 60 Wind Indicator. (2009)
- Ray Marine ST 60 Boat Speed Indicator. (2009)
- Furuno Model 1715 radar. (2009)
- Sony AM/FM cassette radio with IPod inlet. (2009)
- Standard Horizon model CPV 350 color chart plotter mounted under dodger to starboard with stern rail mounted antenna. (2009)
- Standard Horizon model CP 180 color chart plotter at helm (2010)
- Standard Horizon VHF radio with emergency signal (2013)
- Standard Horizon hand held VHF radio (2011)
- Yanmar model 4JH5E four cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel engine with 230 hours. (07/2013)
- Yanmar gearbox. (2013)
- Racor fuel filter.
- 3-Blade fixed propeller. (07/2013)
- Stainless steel shaft. (07/2013)
- Water cooled stuffing box. (07/2013)
- Cutlass bearing (07/2013)
- Verna Lift muffler system with all new fittings, hoses, clamps (07/2013)
- Engine room light.
- Engine room sound insulation.
- Engine alarm.
- Automatic bilge pump with lighted switch in navigation station. (2012)
- Pressure hot and cold water system.
- Propane shut off switch in galley.
- (2) Aluminum propane tanks in aft propane locker.
- Hinckley custom electrical panel with circuit breakers.
- (1) Engine start marine battery (800 CCA). (2012)
- (2) 12 volt deep cycle marine house batteries (525 CCA each battery). (2012)
- Batteries mounted on easily accessed shelf in starboard cockpit locker.
- Built in battery charging system.
- 110 Shore power.
- Balmar Max Charge MC-162 regulator (2009)
- Yanmar 80 amp soft start alternator. (07/2013)
- (1) 50' 30 amp shore power cord
- Ideal 12 volt windlass with wildcat and chain stopper.
- 35 lb. Plow anchor mounted in bow roller.
- 35 Lb. HT Danforth anchor in cabin top chocks.
- 300 ft x 5/16" anchor chain.
- 200 ft. 3/4" braided rode with chain.
- Tan full width, full vision dodger by Aurora Sails. (2009)
- White closed foam, fitted cockpit cushions.
- Vanished teak cockpit table with beverage holder on binnacle.
- Varnished teak companionway hatch, hatch boards and screens.
- Vanished teak cockpit combings angled for comfort with winch pockets.
- Vanished teak steering station seat mounted on mizzen mast with fitted cushion.
- Locking, watertight cockpit compartment seats for sails, fenders, dock lines.
- Yanmar engine instrument panel forward at bridge deck. (07/2013)
- Yanmar starter switch panel at helm. (07/2013)
- Elk hide covered stainless steel steering wheel mounted on binnacle.
- Binnacle mounted throttle and gearbox controls.
- Stainless steel binnacle guard.
- Ritchie compass with light at binnacle.
The interior of the CAROL LYN has varnished ash bulkheads, table and trim with a white overhead and port light cabin sides. The vanished teak and holly sole has a built-in dust pan and grate.
- Sleeps six in two cabins.
- Full galley.
- Dedicated navigation station.
- Upholstered dinette with seating for eight.
- Dedicated head compartment.
- Two opening overhead hatches with screens.
- Varnished handrail on center line.
- Neutral tone drapes at port lights for privacy. (2009)
- Custom dark green cabin cushions. (2009)
- Bunk boards for berths.
- 12 volt cabin reading lights.
- 12 volt stateroom fans.
- Immediately to starboard of the companionway ladder is an aft facing, sit-down navigation station.
- The desk and shelf areas provide storage for books, charts, manuals and navigation instruments.
- The outboard bulkhead houses the electrical panel, master battery switch, bilge pump switch, windlass master switch and Sony Am/Fm cassette radio with I Pod jack.
- The outboard bulkhead cupboard and selves provide storage areas for binoculars, hand held Standard Horizon VHF radio (2011), fog horn and miscellaneous electrical devices.
- Nearest the companionway ladder is the Standard Horizon VHF radio with distress signal capability. (2013)
- Red and white dome light
- Immediately to port of the companionway ladder.
- Stainless sink and faucet. (2009)
- Hot and cold pressure water.
- Large top loading 12 volt Adler Barbor refrigerator with freezer.
- Tasco three burner LPG stove with oven. (2012)
- Flat ware, dry goods and pan storage above the refrigerator and the stove.
- LPG cut off switch with light.
- Dinette table sits eight, has removable fiddles and converts to a double berth.
- Drawers for silver service.
- Storage beneath seat areas.
- Storage above outboard seat backs.
- Brass oil lamp, clock and barometer.
- 12 volt fan.
- Upper and lower berths immediately across from the dinette area.
- Varnished bulkheads beneath port side berths contain six large drawers for storage.
- Locking drinks cabinet.
- Dickinson Newport LPG fireplace cabin heater. (2009)
- Storage cabinets.
- Two fire extinguisher.
- Between forward cabin and main salon to port.
- Varnished privacy door.
- Wilcox Skipper bronze toilet. (Rebuilt 2014)
- Vanity with stainless steel sink.
- Medicine cabinet with mirror.
- Laundry hamper.
- Linen locker.
- Hand held shower.
- Teak floor grate.
- Shower floor drain to sump with electric pump.
- Bronze opening port with screen.
Fuel, Water, Waste Tanks
- Aluminum fuel tank: 42 gallons (07/2013)
- Stainless steel water tanks: (110 gallons)
- Engine heated hot water tank.
- Fiberglass sump tank with new electric pump.
- No odor plastic holding tank with vent and deck pump out. (2009)
- Sea water deck wash pump forward with hose.
- Dock lines.
- Four Fenders.
- Folding 7 step swim ladder.
- Edson boarding step.
- Yellow monogrammed horseshoe life ring mounted on stern pulpit.
- Life Sling hoist system with cover mounted on stern pulpit.
- Safety harnesses.
- Full length deck webbing for safety harnesses. (2013)
- Life jackets in cockpit lockers.
- Fog bell.
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