BLOSSOM represents a great opportunity to take over ownership of a meticulously cared for Bermuda 40 that is very well equipped and features many important upgrades. She is a beautiful boat both on the water and below and interested sailors are encouraged to view her in person. She is located in a private boat shed in Buck’s Harbor, Maine, a destination worth a trip in itself.
* Featured boat for May in the 2016 Cruising World Calendar!
Specializing in Used Hinckley Boat Sales, please call me, WYTHE INGEBRITSON: Cell: 207-664-8111 Office: 207-244-5531 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the used power or sailboat Hinckley market.
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Please contact Wythe Ingebritson at 207-244-5531
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Werft: Hinckley Yachts
Designer: Bill Tripp Jr
Länge über alles: 40 ft 9 in
Breite: 11 ft 9 in
Tiefgang min.: 4 ft 6 in
Tiefgang max.: 8 ft 9 in
Verdrängung: 20000 lbs
Ballast: 6500 lbs
Gesamtleistung: 55 HP
Marke des Motors: Westerbeke
Motortyp: 55B4 fwc diesel
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Propeller: 3-Blatt Propeller
Antrieb Typ: Direktantrieb
Motorleistung: 55 HP
Anzahl Personen Rettungsinsel: 6
BLOSSOM (featured boat for May in the 2016 Cruising World Calendar!) is a classic yawl-rigged early Mark III B-40 that has been meticulously cared for by her current owner of almost 30 years, benefiting from an extensive refit at the Hinckley Service yard in Southwest Harbor, Maine in 2005 that included new Awlgrip on the hull and a new engine and many other upgrades. Since the refit she has been sailed summers only every other year and stored in a private heated boathouse.
Hinckley 2005 Refit included:
Deck Non-skid Awlgripped
New Edson pedestal and engine controls
Upgraded propane system
Upgraded fuel system
New cutlass bearing and propeller shaft
New Alcraft hot water heater
New head faucet
Head bulkheads and overhead painted
Engine room painted and sound insulation installed
Bottom stripped and sealed with Introprotect 2000
Main sheet traveler rebuilt
Cockpit drain hoses replaced
Toe rail varnish stripped and built back up
HULL and DECK
Claret Awlgrip Topsides (2005)
White Deck and house with contrasting light gray nonskid (nonskid repainted 2005)
White Bootstripe (2005)
Varnished exterior teak
Solid fiberglass hull reinforced with additional laminations in all stress areas.
Deck, with balsa core stiffeners, is set in a 6” molded hull flange, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint.
External lead keel - Fastened with stainless steel bolts
Bronze centerboard - is operated by a worm gear with override in case grounding.
Rub rail – Painted with stainless steel half-round at sheer.
Stainless steel stem head with anchor roller, bow and stern pulpits, and stanchions with double lifelines and gates (stanchions rebedded 2005)
Second anchor line on spool in chain locker with deck access aft of windlass 5/8” braided nylon, approx. 200’
Varnished teak toe rails, trim, hatch, lazarette and dorade boxes, handrails
Double dorades in teak dorade box with storage area between dorade guards
Single removable dorade forward for chain locker
Two custom Hinckley translucent hatches with screens. Hatches can be hinged to open forward or aft.
Mounts for reaching strut and whisker pole on deck. Spinnaker pole mount on mast.
The spacious cockpit has stainless steel capped, inboard teak-covered cockpit coamings that include winch pockets.
Wheel pedestal steering (New Edson pedestal 2005 – including engine controls)
Cockpit dodger- white with elkhide on aft edge and opening front section
Full boat awning – tan Sunbrella in three sections (Made in the Shade – Ft Lauderdale, FL)
Teak cockpit grate
Large opening watertight cockpit seats give access to generous sail locker storage.
Custom removable Hinckley helmsman seat – mounts on mizzen mast
Binnacle mounted compass with cover and stainless steel binnacle guard.
Varnished teak folding cockpit table with folding leaves mounted to binnacle guard
White cockpit cushions in excellent condition
Sun cover for pedestal, wheel and table
Transparent cover over rudder post - for visual reference of rudder position
Entry from the cockpit is forward down the teak-trimmed companionway into the classic 6-berth offshore interior. BLOSSOM is finished in varnished mahogany with white overhead and varnished teak & holly cabin sole.
Aft is the full-width GALLEY:
Aft, double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
Custom mug rack and separate stainless steel spice storage array above sink
Custom dish storage behind sliding doors on port side
Gimbaled Shipmate 3-burner propane gas stove with oven to port
Icebox on starboard side accessed through countertop
Generous counter space, dish and food storage lockers
Built-in dust pan with teak grate in the galley sole.
Removable gimbaled Balmar Sea Cook offshore stove
NAVIGATION Area - is located in the starboard galley.
Custom electronics shelf with sled/shelf design pulls out for easy access and repair or replacement
Chart storage above accessed through drop front panel.
Electrical panels aft
The Main Cabin features:
Pull-out settee/transom berths are port and starboard with pilot berths outboard with hinged lee boards stored under cushions. There is storage below and shelves outboard.
A fixed mahogany drop-leaf dining table is centerline with removable fiddles on center section and folding leaves and a custom extension mounted to forward bulkhead.
Electrical outlets (both 12V or 110 V)
Opening translucent hatch for extra light and fresh air
Two opening ports
Large cedar lined hanging locker forward to starboard
Locking custom liquor storage locker aft of hanging locker
Shelves on hull sheathing over aft ends of pilot berths
(2) 12v fans
Custom tool locker outboard of companionway steps with easy access to engine compartment
Boston Shipmate clock
Naudet recording barograph covers centerboard gear in dining table
Foul weather gear hooks for storage at companionway aft of radio shelf
HEAD (Next forward to port)
Varnished mahogany vanity with formica countertop
Stainless steel sink with fixtures and hot & cold pressure water
“Telephone style” shower with a separate shower fixture
Wilcox Crittenden Skipper head with y-valve and holding tank and LectraSan treatment system
Medicine cabinet above with mirror
Drawers and lockers
Teak slats on sole
Nightlight in addition to standard 12v light sconce next to medicine cabinet
Custom laundry locker under lifting section of counter (Espar heater ducting runs underneath and keeps area warm and dry when in use)
This private cabin has forward access to forepeak that has chain locker.
V-berth with cushions covered in wheat Ultrasuede with hinged lee boards under cushions
Cushioned seat between V-berth
Shelves on hull sheathing outboard of berth and storage below in drawers and lockers
Bureau to port with book shelves above
Large cedar lined hanging locker to starboard
Opening translucent hatch provides plenty of natural light and ventilation.
Luke 70 pound three piece storm anchor stowed under starboard pilot berth
20-H Danforth anchor with chocks and line on trunk cabin (lunch hook)
Fortress 32 lb. aluminum anchor in storage bag
Third anchor rode on spool in Lazarette for stern anchor
(2) Horseshoe life rings with Hinckley stainless steel storage brackets – one with Forespar crew overboard pole, one with an ARC floating strobe light
Hinckley stainless steel emergency tiller
Felco C-12 3/8” emergency cable cutters
Avon six-person Coastal liferaft in deck mounted hard case (out of inspection)
36" Hathway Reiser Raymond Galerider and harness (storm drogue)
Detachable inner forestay with halyard provides flexibility in sail management and balance as conditions warrant
Lexan top drop board and acrylic storm shutters for salon fixed windows for storm conditions
Taylor 5-step boarding ladder - with stainless steel mounting brackets at stbd gate.
Davis single quick step boarding ladder
Varnished teak outboard bracket – on stern rail (with two spares)
Fenders with fleece covers embroidered with hull number
Varnished fender board with stainless rubstrips
Padded fender board with fleece cover against hull and plastic against pilings
Sun covers for handrails, dorade box, lazarette and propane covers, helm pedestal and winches.
Ratsy Lapthorn bosun’s chair with custom single handed Mack Shaw rope hoist for single handed mast accents
Vintage HRH ditty bag equipped with boson’s tools
Force 10 charcoal marine barbeque with carrying case and stern rail mounting bracket
12’X18” cotton sewn complete signal flag set stored in sewn pocketed roll for dressing ship (or signaling nearby navy ships).
Yamaha 3G 3-HP outboard motor
Avon Rover R2-50 inflatable dinghy
Extensive spares, including:
Spare new alternator
(2) two blade propellers
Fresh water pump
Globe rubber boots for shroud bases
Extra Barient winch handles
400’ 5/8” three strand line
Misc cabinet hardware and pulls including Hinckley stainless steel hatch adjusters
Bulbs, wire, fixtures
Articulating snatch blocks (two 1 ½” and two 3”)
Two 4” control blocks
Two track mounted opening twin sheet lead blocks
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.