This unique brokerage offering was conceived by one of the great yacht designers of the last century and was constructed by one of the most prestigious builders in the United States. She is the youngest of her design and the only one to have been constructed by Hinckley Yachts in Maine. Condition is exemplary. Performance is superb. Highly Recommended.
Twin 500 hp Yanmars with 630 hours.
Jet Stick Control System
40K BTU Reverse Cycle Heat and Air
Transom door with swim platform
Please contact C. Forbes Horton CPYB at 410 268 2337
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Ted Hood
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 1 in
Displacement: 28000 lbs
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Starting Forward, there is an island berth with custom Tempur-pedic mattress. Storage draws are found below and there are lockers outboard on either side of the berth. Ventilation is provided by a large SS low profile opening hatch as well as opening ports in the cabin trunk. An oversized 24K BTU air conditioning unit can keep the cabin cool or warm regardless of the outside temperatures. A Samsung TV is mounted on the port bulkhead.
The main salon has a four seat dinette to starboard which converts to a double berth. with a large L shaped galley to port. A Samsung TV is mounted on the port bulkhead. The vessel is exquisitely trimmed with cherry and the cabin sole is classic teak and holly. There are two opening ports in the main salon and two large overhead hatches for light and ventilation.
The head is to port and has a separate enclosed shower stall and a Vacuflush sanitation unit. A large cedar lined hanging locker is opposite. A few short steps take you the spacious helm deck. There is no shortage of highly varnished teak here. The skippers electric Stidd helm seat is to starboard with a matching over sized electric Stidd to port. A large Nav table faces the companion/navigators seat. An L shaped settee is aft of the companion seat and wraps nicely around a highly varnished table. The Settee converts to a double berth and is often used as a chaise lounge.Aft of the helm seat is the wet bar with its own refrigerator/freezer. Eisenglass curtains enclose the space making the helm deck either fully open or enclosed. Engine room access is gained through an electronic floor lift and hatch in the sole. The after deck has ample storage via integrated storage bins and machinery access is granted via an electric lift. The entire helm beck is trimmed in teak which provides good footing and a classic look. A transom door opens to the swim platform for easy boarding.
Wide side decks allow easy access to the bow and hand rails are right where you want them. A bow rail provides safety while on the fore deck and an over sized electric windlass makes short work of anchoring.
VHF/hailer: Standard Horizon Spectrum+ DSC + RAM MIC
Fathometer: via Raymarine ST-60 Tridata
GPS: via Raymarine E-120 MFD
Northstar 952 at chart table
Radar: Raymarine RL80C
Autopilot: Raymarine ST6000+
Refrigeration: Norcold DE-490 – galley
Norcold Tek II refrigerator/freezer (wet bar)
Stove: 2 burner Kenyon Euro Kera glass cooktop
Microwave: Origo 600 w
Samsung TV in main salon
Samsung TV in owners cabin
Alpine helm deck stereo CDA 9825
Alpine salon stereo/DVD player DVA 7996
Alpine CD changer CHA S634
Triax TV Antenna UFO #3
Lewmar Anchor Windlass
Bruce type anchor, high polish stainless steel #44 with chain rhode
Danforth secondary anchor with rope rhode
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.