HinckleyYachts for Sale

FOG DOG
FOG DOG
Year: 2005 / 2012
Builder: Hinckley
Length: 40′ 1″ (12.22m)
$695,000 USD
GATSBY
GATSBY
Year: 2001
Builder: Hinckley
Length: 36' (10.97m)
$400,000 USD

ABOUT HINCKLEY YACHTS

Hinckley yachts epitomize quality and elegance focusing on function, speed, and stamina. The Hinckley name is synonymous with quality, strength, and seaworthiness. Exceptional craftsmanship with a simple, elegant beauty that turns heads at every harbor.

HISTORY OF HINCKLEY YACHTS

Hinckley Yachts began in 1928 in Southwest Harbor, Maine, servicing local lobster boats and yachts owned by summer residents in Mt. Desert Island.  Five years later, founder Henry Hinckley built his first boat, a 36-foot beauty with lines that are still familiar today.

Hinckley’s focus on high standards soon had them designing and fabricating their own hardware, a testament to their desire to produce the highest quality boat possible. The graceful lines and glistening brightwork made these yachts distinctive and that tradition carries on today. While beautiful, these yachts have their foundation based solidly on function giving them strength, stability, and maneuverability in rough seas.

SHIPYARD LOCATION

Currently, Hinckley has eight locations in Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, Georgia, and Florida with over a dozen more authorized service locations worldwide. Production lines range from 34ft /10.36m to 55ft / 16.81m.

HINCKLEY SHIPYARD’S CURRENT MODELS

Motor Yachts:

Picnic boat 34 S

Picnic Boat 37 S

Picnic Boat 40 S

Sport Boat 40C

Sport Boat 40X

Talaria 43

Talaria 48 MKII

Talaria 57

Sailing Yachts:

Bermuda 50

Sou’wester 53

RECENT LAUNCHES

Hinckley 35

Hunt Ocean 63

INNOVATION

A pioneer in the use of fiberglass boat building, Hinckley began building boats with the material in the 1950s. Fiberglass enabled them to save weight and add strength. An added benefit was that it allowed the boats to retain their sweeping lines that people had come to know and love. Fast forward to 1994 and the same thinking allowed Hinckley to make the switch to using Kevlar and carbon fiber from stern to bow. Unique Hinckley features include JetStick 3, Heading Hold, and Dynamic Steering.

PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGY

As one of the first American builders to adopt SCRIMP (Seemann Composites Resin Infusion Molding Process) resin infusion, Hinckley remains a world leader. Additionally, they are the only builder using Carbon and Kevlar composite from bow to stern vacuum infused with epoxy and Hinckley is unique in guaranteeing their hulls and decks for life. This focus on materials and engineering applies to both their motor yachts and their sailing yachts.

Hinckley yachts are powered by water jets for efficiency and maneuverability. Jet propulsion provides unrivaled handling and is considered the best possible mechanical configuration for joystick applications. Hinckley uses jet propulsion, allowing their boats to operate in very shallow areas or water with excessive debris such as lobster pots due to their lack of appendages below the waterline.  Hinckley’s implementation of JetStick 3 brings military-grade GPS hardware and digital processing to their yachts.

For More information on Hinckley Yachts, Hinckley yachts for sale or to list your used Hinkley boat for sale with Worth Avenue Yachts, email the team or call 561.833.4462.