The Hinckley 41 is probably the prettiest classic hull built by Hinckley. DAYBREAK (sistership photo) has been in the same Northeast Harbor family for 47 years. She has always had excellent care – Awlgrip, varnish, new engine w/ 78 hours. She is a gem!
Specializing in Used Hinckley Boat Sales for over 33 years, please call me, BOB POOLER: 207-300-2000 or E-mail: email@example.com for more information on the used Hinckley power or sailboat market.
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Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Верфь: Hinckley Yachts
Дизайнер: Henry R. Hinckley
Киль: Полный киль
Марка двигателя: Westerbeke
Год постройки: 2013
Модель двигателя: 44C FWC diesel
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Часы наработки двигателя: 78
Гребной винт: Винт с двумя лопастями
Мощность двигателя: 44 HP
Число односпальных коек: 4
Число двуспальных коек: 1
Число кают: 2
Число санузлов: 1
DAYBREAK - This Hinckley 41 Sloop has a traditional interior layout finished in varnished mahogany with a teak and holly sole. This vessel sleeps two comfortably forward in the V-berth, there are port and starboard outboard pilot berths in the salon and port and starboard pullout settee/transom berths for a total of six (6) berths. An enclosed Head with shower to port forward of the salon, and a large U-shaped Galley aft.
HULL and DECK
Flag Blue topsides
White house and deck with contrasting molded nonskid
Gold cove stripe
White single boot stripe
Exterior wood – varnished teak
Solid hand laid fiberglass hull and deck reinforced with additional laminations in all stress areas
Deck is set in a 6” flange which is molded into the hull, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint
External 6,300# lead keel is fastened with stainless steel everdur bolts
Varnished teak toe rails
Fuel and water tanks are monel steel
Stainless steel bow pulpit and stern pulpit
Stainless steel stanchions with newish stainless steel double lifelines and port and starboard gates
Chrome dorade cowl vents on varnished teak dorade boxes
Varnished teak hatch frames, hand rails, toe rails, cockpit coaming and exterior trim
Varnished teak toe rails with genoa tracks
Two (2) large translucent housetop hatch covers
Deck spinnaker/whisker pole and reaching strut mount chocks port and starboard forward
Rechromed deck hardware
Propane locker aft with varnished teak hatch cover
Aft lazarette stowage compartment has varnished teak hatch cover
Varnished teak cockpit coaming
Opening sail locker seats with molded nonskid and watertight hatches and gutters
Cockpit sole has drain scuppers
Teak sole grate
Edson pedestal steering:
Ships wheel with elkhide rim cover
Throttle and gear controls (binnacle mount)
Danforth binnacle compass and stainless steel binnacle cover
Stainless steel binnacle guard with mounted electronics
Cockpit dodger – white with windows and elkhide grab rail cover
Table - Fold-down teak cockpit table, mounted on binnacle guard
Flush mounted engine gauge panel; tachometer, oil pressure, ammeter, water temp, (forward end of cockpit well)
Danforth Constellation Compass (Cockpit binnacle with cover)
The Interior is finished in varnished mahogany trim, teak and holly sole throughout, and white painted fiberglass overhead. The MAIN SALON features two pilot berths, and two pull-out transom berths with a folding leaf varnished mahogany table on centerline forward.
Ports and overhead hatch with white translucent cover
Cushions match the forward cabin cushions
12V lights throughout
The FORWARD CABIN has a V-berth with a seat between and an insert to form a double berth. There are bookshelves outboard port and starboard. Two doors access the forepeak anchor/storage locker. There is an overhead hatch with a white translucent cover for additional light. There is drawer and compartment storage under the berths port and starboard, a hanging locker is to starboard and a bureau with five drawers and one lower compartment to port. A mahogany door separates this stateroom from the Main Cabin.
Next aft to port is the enclosed HEAD/shower with manual marine toilet, sink and white vanity mounted forward athwart ship, hand held shower head, medicine cabinet, and cabinet storage. There is an opening port. A solid mahogany door provides privacy for the head. Across from the head to starboard is another cedar-lined hanging locker.
In the MAIN SALON there are three (2) drawers and one (1) compartment under the pilot berths and ½ length shelf storage outboard. Both port and starboard transom berths have three (3) storage drawers below. There is a bookshelf on the port forward bulkhead outboard.
The folding-leaf varnished mahogany dining table stows by folding to the bulkhead and folds down to centerline in the main cabin, seating six comfortably.
The U-shaped GALLEY is aft.
To port: A gimbaled 3-burner Shipmate stainless steel stove top with oven with a formica top. A single stainless steel sink is mounted in the formica countertop aft. Countertop accessed dish storage compartment is aft of the stove. There is ample storage for dishes and food stores in outboard cabinets both on the aft bulkhead and port hull side. Teak cup/glass rack is mounted over the sink area.
To starboard (Galley/Nav Station) in the galley is large top-accessed Adler Barbour electric refrigerator/freezer with bottom teak grate to help to keep food and drinks separated and dry. Additional dish storage and utensil drawers are above icebox outboard aft also with sliding door faces.
This large stbd formica countertop area also serves as a NAV STATION behind sliding doors, and a chart locker above. There is a compartment all the way aft to starboard at the bulkhead where the 12-volt and 110- volt electrical breaker panels are mounted.
SAILS and RIGGING
HRH fabricated aluminum spar with single spreader.
1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging to swaged terminals and turnbuckle tensioners.
Harken SeaFurl II roller furling jib
Harken traveler control system
Spinnaker halyard and gear
Spinnaker/whisker pole, reacher pole
Main sail - (Newish)
Working jib - Hood
150% #1 Genoa - Hood
#3 Genoa (old)
2 – SS Barient #28
2 – SS Barient #40 secondaries
1 – Barient #17 – under dodger
12-volt DC system with breaker distribution panel:
Separate battery banks- engine starting and ships service
Hot and cold Pressure water – includes 10 gallon hot water engine exhaust heated
Automatic and manual bilge pumps
Stove fuel shut-off
35# Yachtsman anchor – mounted on cabintop
28# Danforth anchor
Screens for companionway and overhead hatch
Horseshoe life rings in stainless steel holders
Coast Guard equipment
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.