CYGNET is a lightly used 2003 EP Picnic Boat that has been Hinckley maintained in excellent condition. Stored inside during the off season, and she has become available due to the owner’s retiring from boating after many years of sailing and power cruising. She offers a good opportunity for the buyer who wants a Picnic Boat EP maintained by Hinckley and in excellent condition.
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Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
CYGNET is an Extended Pilothouse (EP) Picnic Boat in beautiful condition and setup as a comfortable cruiser for on-the-water entertaining or an overnight getaway. She has optional Bow Rail and Cockpit Bimini.
The EP Picnic Boat provides an extra entertainment area in the pilothouse along with seating in the cockpit. The table converts to a berth or unfolds for dining. Below are comfortable sleeping accommodations for two and the interior includes a head with shower, and galley.
Entertainment Electronics include:
Alpine CDA-7892 AM/FM/CD receiver
Alpine CHA-S634 6 CD remote changer
(4) speakers: (2) in cabin (2) on deck
Alpine system can read CDE, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 format
HULL and DECK
Majestic Blue Awlgrip topsides
Light Cream Gelcoat cabin house and deck
Vivid Red Awlgrip bootstripe
Construction of the hull is Kevlar E-glass hybrid outer skin with balsa and Corecell core carbon fiber inner skin, SCRIMPed with vinylester resin. Deck and cockpit are E-glass and balsa core and Corecell core carbon fiber SCRIMPed. The deck has a molded-in nonskid pattern.
Marelon ball-valve seacocks with thru-hulls below water line and Marelon thru-hulls above the waterline
Stainless steel half round on fiberglass molded rub rail
Aft - is a full-width settee with back and seat cushions finished in Captain Navy Regimental Sunbrella upholstery. Aft settee includes two hinged lids under the cushions to allow access to removable storage tubs which allows you additional access to pumps, Hamilton water jet, batteries, etc. in the lazarette area.
The Picnic EP engine box has an aft-facing cushioned seat that is finished in matching fabric.
The Wet Bar includes a stainless steel sink with foldaway faucet and hot and cold pressure water, insulated and self-draining icebox, a storage drawer, and additional storage under the sink
The entire engine box/wet bar and seat is hinged on the aft end and has electric lift for easy access to the engine.
Varnished teak interior including the dash
Insulated white overhead has four (4) acrylic opening hatches with screens
Additional illumination is by rheostat controlled overhead low-voltage halogen lights.
(4) Pilothouse windows include: (2) Sliding side windows and (2) Fixed forward with heavy duty, self-parking, intermittent windshield wipers and fresh water washers.
Varnished teak locking companionway door
Varnished teak handrail is on the aft end of the pilothouse top
(2) Alpine speakers
Ivory-color drop curtains with windows provide a fully enclosed pilothouse
Ivory-color interior window sun covers for all four pilothouse windows
The Extended Pilothouse offers additional protected seating:
L-shaped settee with varnished teak shelf rim to port faces inboard and forward and has back and bottom cushions. Locker stowage beneath the settee.
Varnished teak table with removable pedestal can be lowered to form an additional, comfortable berth, and the tabletop is hinged to open up for dining.
Stidd pedestal-style helm and passenger seats.
Finished in Red Pepper Duratouch
Height adjustable and can swivel
Stainless steel footrest for helm and folding footrest for passenger seat
Forward through the companionway door and down the steps are the interior accommodations below.
Forward passenger seat has a varnished teak integral handrail/cup holder on the forward bulkhead.
HELM & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Varnished teak instrument pod
Stainless steel 14” steering wheel with varnished wood rim
Top-opening locker with chart storage
12-volt outlet in chart pocket
Remote switches to spotlight
Two cup holders
Emergency jet bucket control
Intermittent wiper control
Helm Electronics and Navigation Equipment:
Raytheon ST-6001 Plus Autopilot with rate sensor - interfaced to all nav electronics
Raytheon RL-70C Plus color LCD Radar with 2-kw Radome
Spectrum VHF Radio with DSC interfaced to GPS and loud hailer
Raytheon ST-60 multi-function display with depth, water temperature and speed indicator
Northstar 952 GPS/chartplotter with differential GPS
Ritchie S-73 compass
Radome antenna is painted to match deck
ACR Remote Spotlight
From the companionway steps, the Galley is immediately to port and the private Head is opposite to starboard. A V-berth area is forward. Storage is available in lockers, a "pantry area", and a hanging locker starboard.
The Interior is finished in satin-varnished cherry, including sheathing. The cabin sole is varnished teak and holly and has a custom cabin sole cover.
Opening overhead hatch and four opening ports are below (including head and galley)
All opening ports and hatches have removable screens
(5) Frigast stainless steel 12-volt lamps on rheostat dimmers provide plenty of interior lighting
Accupoint heater with ducts in main cabin, head and pilothouse
(2) Hella fans
Galley (To Port)
Corian Beige Sand countertop
Polished under mounted stainless steel sink with Grohe fixtures and spray nozzle
Hot and cold pressure water
Adler Barbourrefrigeration – 12-volt cold machine refrigerator in a self-draining box - countertop hatch accessed
Force 10 two-burner stove with remote propane shut-off and wood cover
Microwave 110-volt oven
(3) Cherry pull-out storage drawers
Pull-out under counter garbage receptacle
110-volt GFI dual outlet
Red step light in galley
Remote propane shut-off
Opening port with screen
Additional storage is provided outboard and under the galley sink
The countertop has plenty of counter workspace. Forward of the sink, the stove is set in the countertop and has a custom wood stove cover/cutting board that adds to the already ample counter space surrounding the sink. Aft countertop has hatch access to the refrigeration mounted under the countertop.
A forward “pantry” locker has a louvered door and several shelves, as well as a dish stowage bin above.
Stereo system mounted above.
This locker also separates the galley from the V-berth area forward.
Head (To Starboard)
Solid cherry door.
Varnished cherry countertop with an undermounted enameled sink.
Faucet/hand held shower provides hot & cold pressure water.
Sealand vacu-flush marine head
Mirror with cherry frame.
Storage is provided by cherry faced lockers above and outboard the vanity, a drawer with a cherry face beside the marine head, and a locker under the vanity.
110-volt AC outlet.
Opening port with screen, as well as forced ventilation.
Forward most is a V-BERTH with accommodations for two.
Insert with matching cushion to form a double berth
Cushions upholstered in Cameo #8302 with throw pillows
There is storage under the V-berth and there is easy-access cherry drop-front doors in the face of the V-berth
Hanging locker to starboard just aft of the V-berths
(2) Stereo speakers are mounted port and starboard on the forward bulkhead
(2) Hella fans – port and starboard
(2) Opening ports with screens
12-volt DC electrical system:
(3) 12-volt batteries for a total of 420-amps
80-amp battery alternator
Heavy-duty battery parallel switch - also allows emergency starting
110-volt 30-amp AC electrical system:
110-volt shore power inlet, relay and shore power cord
Heart Freedom 10 Inverter
110-volt outlets in head and galley
Low resistance, heavy copper and zinc anode electrical bonding system:
Bass AC/DC distribution panel
2003 Yanmar 6LY2A-STP 440-hp diesel engine:
Hamilton 292 Jet Drive
ZF IRM220PL transmission
Side-Power 12-volt 7” bow thruster
Jet Stick® - Hinckley custom “JetStick” control system is integrated with the bow thruster
Yanmar fuel filter/water separator
Tachometer with engine hours gauge
Fuel, oil pressure, and water temperature gauges
High engine temperature alarm
Low oil pressure alarm
Water jet nozzle direction indicator
Custom wet exhaust muffler system
Oil transfer pump for engine and transmission
Manual hydraulic steering pump
(2) Electric 1500 GPH 12-volt bilge pumps with float switches
Whale emergency bilge pump mounted in cockpit locker
In-line 12-volt automatic sump pump
Aluminum 27-gallon holding tank with overboard discharge
Engine room sound insulation
Engine box forced air blower
Stainless steel 6-gallon hot water heater – shore power and engine heated
Accupoint diesel heater with ducts in main cabin, head and pilothouse
Bow varnished burgee pennant staff with flush socket
Stern mounted 4 ft. varnished teak ensign pole & socket
Boat hook mounted under side deck
Deck shower/water outlet with hot & cold mixing valve
Hand held flare kit
(2) 2.5# Dry chemical fire extinguishers
12-volt trumpet horn with switch on dash
Masthead and running lights
ACR spot light - masthead mounted with helm mounted electric remote control
Muir electric windlass pkg: Flush foredeck anchor locker houses a Muir electric windlass with Delta 22# anchor + 15' stainless steel chain and 150’ anchor rode and stainless steel bow roller. The windlass can be operated from the cockpit or deck switches at the anchor locker.
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.