1967 Hinckley Pilot
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Southport, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 54,500
PRICE REDUCED!!! NEW PHOTOS TAKEN 06/19!!
Franziska is hull number 1217 of the beautiful S&S designed Hinckley Pilot 35. She represents the nearly 20 year refinement of the original design and the ultimate expression form and function culminating in one of the most beautiful and successful yacht designs ever produced. Franziska has been in the same family for nearly 40 years and cruised extensively along the east coast. The majority of the time she has been used seasonally and maintained to a high standard at one of the best yards in New England.
For more information regarding this boat please contact the listing broker Rob Geaghan: Office: 207-846-4545, Mobile: 207-317-3652, Email: email@example.com
Please contact Rob Geaghan at 207-846-4545
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Franziska (Name Reserved)
LOA: 35 ft 9 in
Beam: 9 ft 6 in
LWL: 25 ft 0 in
Displacement: 13700 lbs
Ballast: 4600 lbs
Total Power: 28 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2016
Engine Model: 3YM30-A1
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 28 HP
Fuel Tanks: (35 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
The interior of the Pilot 35 is divided into two spacious cabins; the galley is aft, completely equipped, highly functional. Flush topped icebox provides the navigator with clean working space; chart locker above has extra room for navigation tools.
Below decks the Pilot 35 is spacious and bright: there's full headroom and abundant stowage space. The cabin interior is completely finished in rich, warm Philippine mahogany. The cabin soles are teak with holly inlay. There is a V-Berth forward, 2 settees and 2 pull-outs, to sleep 6. There are dark green, removable & washable, Sunbrella covers for all bunks.
The main cabin has two large port-lights on each side aft; all port-lights are shatterproof glass set in bronze. Cabin sole runs straight through into forward cabin.
The entire cabin interior has a hand-rubbed varnished finish. Cabin sides have Philippine mahogany liners with grab-rail at lower edge around cabin. Mahogany bulkhead mounted table with support leg. Storage compartments with sliding doors, chart locker, circuit breaker switch panel. Companionway ladder and bulkhead remove easily for engine maintenance.
FORWARD CABIN: Two berths with storage lockers underneath. Convenient cushioned seat between bunks. Forepeak has storage space for anchor rope and other gear; forward hatch with frosted Plexiglas top.
HEAD: Equipped with large locker, toilet, sink, mirror and medicine cabinet. Pressure hot and cold water. Hand shower. Floor drain leads to an electric sump pump.
MAIN CABIN: The main cabin has two pilot berths with drawers underneath and two settees that pull out to double berths also with drawers under. Shelves (incl. a bookshelf) are provided over pilot berths for storage. A door separates the forward cabin from main cabin. A hanging locker with rod and shelf is located opposite the head. Philippine mahogany sheathing behind bunks and under decks. Mahogany framed screens for the companionway are stored under the deck in the forward cabin. A convenient carry-around mahogany box of tools is stored under the bookshelf.
GALLEY: Galley is equipped with a three-burner propane stove/oven in stainless lined compartment. Stove cover provided to hide stove and gain counter space. Icebox with 7 1/2 cubic-foot capacity (holds up to 200 lb of ice. 100 lb lasts 4-6 days) is stainless steel lined, has teak grate and shelf for dry cold storage. Galley counter area of 17 square feet is covered with tan Formica, trimmed with teak. Removable garbage pail is installed under companionway step. Ample dish lockers with sliding doors are provided outboard of icebox. Food storage lockers are located outboard of stove and sink. Ice box drains to sump tank. Pilot 35 galley reflects careful planning. Formica covered counter space is easy to clean, stainless steel sink has hot and cold pressure water tap with back up hand pump.
- Standard Horizon VHF
- Garmin GPS Map 547 (on swing arm)
- Raymarine ST 6002 Autopilot
- Standard Horizon DS35 Depth (on swing arm)
- Datamarine Corinthian (speed/distance)
- 12 V Alternator and regulator
- 12 V Ship's Electrical System
- 110 V Shore Power Service, with 4 circuit breakers and AC voltmeter on a panel in galley area
Twelve circuit breakers and DC volt meter are mounted on switch panel in galley area.
- Shore Power Cord/Plug
- Nine circuit breakers are mounted on single switch panel in cabin.
- Nine bracket lights with LED bulbs provided for cabin lighting.
Outlets: 110 VAC & two 12 V DC
- 2 AGM Group 31 Batteries w/ boxes and covers
- Xantrex Statpower 20 amp Charger
- 30 amp Shore power Connector
- 12 V DC submersible bilge pump
Deck & Hull
The Pilot 35's cockpit is well planned for ocean racing or comfortable cruising. The switch panel and engine controls are at the helmsman's fingertips. The cockpit seats are set at a level that provides excellent visibility over the cabin top. In addition, the complete instrument panel has been recessed into the forward end of the cockpit.
A non-skid pattern is molded into deck and cockpit floor surfaces to assure safe footing. Recessed deck scuppers trap loose dirt and are easy to keep clean. Ample use of teak trim on deck- toe rails, hand rails, cockpit coaming, etc.- give the boat a warm, finished look.
Large sunken cockpit has bridge deck and two spacious sail lockers. Cockpit seats are fiberglass with rubber gaskets and drains. Four cockpit cushions give full coverage of all seating surfaces. Cockpit sole has screened scuppers in forward end. Switch panel and engine controls are located conveniently for helmsman, and a complete instrument panel is recessed into forward end of the cockpit well.
Deck fittings include polished stainless steel stem-head fitting with integral bow chocks. Deck pipe for rode storage below. Two bow cleats, two stern chocks and cleats. Running lights. Jib sheet deck blocks for working jib, adjustable main sheet slide and track; main sheet leads through swivel block to No. 2 winch on cabin top. No. 5 Two-Speed Genoa winches mounted on Hinckley-type winch blocks with winch handle storage. Stainless steel Genoa tracks with two Genoa track slides mounted on each track. Adjustable main sheet slide and track at aft end of cockpit; main sheet leads through swivel block to No. 2 winch on cabin top.
Sails & Rigging
- Aluminum mast with a stainless deck step and compression post to keel
- Aluminum Boom
- Aluminum Spinnaker Pole
- 1 x 19 stainless rigging wire with swagged fittings, chrome plated bronze forks and turnbuckles. The head stay is 1/4" stainless rod to a 3/16" stainless tang welded to the stem head unit. The working jib and the 135% Genoa use Schaefer roller furling with separate wire luffs on each sail. Hank-on jibs are also easily accommodated on the head stay. Hank-on sails include a storm jib, a #2 Genoa, and a #1 light weight Genoa. There is a spinnaker and a spinnaker stay sail. The 1/4" shrouds and 5/16" back stay are held with 3/16" chain plates that are bolted to stainless angle on the underside of the hull and deck joint.
- Braided stay set sheets and halyards
- Stainless jib tracks are bolted through the toe rails
- 2 Barient #22 two-speed primary Winches
- Barient #10 self-tailing main halyard Winch
- 2 South Coast #5 Winches
Two-speed Jib halyard winch
- Schaefer Roller Furler
- Aluminum track traveler for main sheet
North mainsail and working jib (both new 2016)
- Green dodger and sail cover (matching hull Awl grip)
Franziska is powered by a Yanmar 3YM30-A1 28 hp diesel and transmission both installed NEW in 2016. All gear associated with the running of the new engine was also installed new at the time of the engine. This includes but is not limited to: intake hoses and sea cock, water lift muffler, exhaust hoses, shaft and flex hose coupler. Power for the engine is transferred to a 1" stainless steel shaft w/ bronze packing gland to a fixed 3 blade bronze prop.
- Single Piped stainless bow rail, single lifelines with deck mounted stanchions and ¼” Dacron lines configured at mid-level.
- 2 side gates with pelican hooks
- 4 teak hand rails on cabin top
- 10" chrome bow cleats
- 2 8" stern cleats with chocks
- Stainless Anchor Roller
- CQR 35 lb with 6' of 3/8" stainless chain and 150' of 3/4" nylon rode
- Fortress FX-23 Anchor on the cabin top
- Ritchie compass mounted on the binnacle
Stainless wheel with elk hide cover
Fold-up cockpit table on front of binnacle
- Cole Stove cabin heater (solid fuel) with vented stack
- Brass Oil Lamp
- Brass Clock
Stainless folding ladder mounted adjacent to the starboard mid-ship boarding gate
Mahogany ladder stowed in sail locker (or on forward cabin top just aft of the forward cabin hatch)
- 10 Type III Life jackets
- Hand Held Horn and Bell
- 4 BC size 1 Fire Extinguishers
- Whale manual bilge pump in sail locker
- PLEASE NOTE THAT OWNERS PERSONAL ITEMS DO NOT CONVEY
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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