Realize your cruising dreams with style and performance.
Outlandish has everything you will need to cruise from Maine to the Islands, live aboard in Annapolis or day sail. Her new Forespar rig, North sails, rebuilt Westerbeke, and 4’4” board up draft will take you anywhere. The addition of new reverse cycle AC and an Espar diesel heater will insure your comfort.
Outlandish is a beautiful example of this fine Ted Hood design. Upon her introduction, Ted Hood called the Hinckley 43 one of the fastest cruising boats on the market. Using this performance heritage as a base, Outlandish has the interior layout and rig set up cruisers prefer.
Review the full listing in order to get a complete picture why this boat works.
Please call David Malkin for an apointment or additional information at 410-280-2038 ext 15 Email David@NorthPointYachtSales.com
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 4 in
LWL: 33 ft 10 in
Minimum Draft: 11 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Displacement: 25500 lbs
Ballast: 11500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 62 ft 3 in
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Since her purchase in 2000 Outlandish has had extensive additions and improvements.
Complete new mast and rigging - 2008
New North Sails M&J - 2008
Fully Rebuilt Engine & Transmission - 2008
Fairclough Cover and Frame
New Head - 2004
New Roller Furler - 2008
Garmin 2010 CP - 2004
Raymarine S/W - 2004
Full Awlgrip Paint - 2003
You know you’re on a Hinckley when you step below. Beautifully finished light ash wood and joinery worthy of fine furniture abounds. Front to back teak and holly floor boards form the offset main passage way.
Immediately port and starboard are pilot berths. The port berth is a long 7’7” to accommodate the tallest guest. Ahead of the berth on the port side is a large secure forward facing nav station. To starboard is the two sided galley.
Moving forward into the main salon area you find a 6’6” settee with sea berth. To the left is the asymmetric double drop leaf table with removable fiddles. The spacious U shape dinette seating is not found in racier models of this boat or even the brochure.
Continuing forward and to port is the head. Two access doors to forward cabin and main salon. Vanity with ample storage above and below. In suite stall shower.
Finally you enter the owner’s forward stateroom. A convertible 6’10” vberth is front and center. Removing the insert gives you access to larger under bunk storage. To port is a large hanging locker and to starboard is a vanity with drawers and additional hanging locker space. This layout again is not typical of the racier versions of this boat.
Light Ash interior
Solid teak and holly cabin sole. All boards secured bronze keyed fittings
U shaped settee with folding aft section for easy access or maximum seating, converts to double berth with insert
Asymmetric double drop leaf table with removable fiddles. Easily accommodates 5 - 6 without the second leaf it allows for access throughout the full cabin while dining.
Extensive storage including lockable liquor cabinet
Air conditioning and diesel heat
Shipmate 3-burner propane stove and oven
Twin compartment SS ice box with Grunert 12v Versamatic holding plate refrigerator-freezer
Single deep stainless steel sink located in storage island close to centerline with hot and cold pressure water
Excellent storage and counter space
Maple cutting board counter section
Hull and Deck
One of the fastest and best built cruising boats of its generation. The keel centerboard design is extreamly versitle.
K/CB 4'4" to 11' 6"
Awlgrip paint by Hinckley in 2003
CB cabling and fittings replaced by Hinckley 2003
Two large double-hinged Bomar hatches 1996
Four chrome ventilation cowl vents with teak dorade boxes
Four deck prisms
Fresh and raw water washdown systems
Dodger and Bimini
Port & starboard lazzarettes
Steering pedestal with compass, folding table and cockpit mount for GPS
Stern rail mounted engine lift
Ground Tackle and Safety
Ideal electric anchor windlass
Stainless steel stemhead with twin bow rollers
45# CQR anchor with approx 100 ft 5/16' galvchain and approx 300 ft 1' nylon nylon rode
Two Danforth anchors with approx 150 ft 3/4' nylon rode
Life Raft - Switlik 6 man, needs new certification
2 Horseshoe rings
Rigging and Sails
Forespar painted aluminum mast and boom with electric in-mast furling 2008
16,000 BTU Marine Air reverse cycle AC/Heat - 2012
Espar diesel heater
Diesel fuel in two monel fuel tanks of 40 and 24 gallons respectively
Approximately 200 gallons fresh water storage in 3 fiberglass tanks
110v hot water heater with engine heat exchange system
10 ft inflatable Zodiac dinghy with 4 hp Yamaha outboard engine
Docklines and fenders
Fairclough full winter cover, modifided for port and starboard access as well as in water usage.
Mahogany boarding ladder
Anecdotal comments by Ted Hood proclaimed the H43 as one of the fastest cruising boats available at the time are backed up by rating comparisons
Sister ships to "Outlandish" were physically measured for the IMS rule in the 1980's. Measured Displacement..28,083, Stbix 127.1 (degrees of inclination), General Purpose Rating 655
PHRF - 105
The Company offers 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.
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