ALLEGRO is a two owner boat that was carefully thought out during her build process and fastidiously maintained ever since. A rare opportunity to own a Hinckley B-40 of this caliber.
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Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Werft: Hinckley Yachts
Designer: Bill Tripp Jr.
Länge über alles: 42 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: fwc diesel
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Propeller: 3-Blatt Propeller
Antrieb Typ: Direktantrieb
Motorleistung: 55 HP
Anzahl an Einzelbetten: 1
Anzahl an Doppelbetten: 2
Anzahl Kabinen: 2
Anzahl Toiletten: 1
ALLEGRO was one of the last B40’s built and as such her trim and finish level is more like the SW42 than earlier B40’s and should be at the top of the list for anyone looking for an excellent B40. She sleeps 5 in her Dinette/Nav interior that is finished in satin with gloss highlighted varnished mahogany with white overhead and a gloss varnished teak and holly sole . ALLEGRO is for sale from her second owner and has benefited from the experience and care of both owners who continuously and meticulously maintained and upgraded her.
Recent work includes:
New Westerbeke 55hp engine installed 2014
Galley countertop replaced 2014
Galley sink and faucet replaced 2014
New engine and start batteries 2014
Dodger canvas replaced 2010
All cabin cushion foam and covers new in 2007.
All brass Frigast lights removed and replaced with same style brass Xenon units with lifetime warranty 2003, Still like new
Tempurpedic mattress 2007
New VacuFlush head and 18-gallon holding tank 2007
HULL and DECK
Flag Blue Awlgrip Topsides
Oyster White with Cloud Gray nonskid molded in
Gold Cove Stripe
Teak-varnished exterior wood.
Solid fiberglass hull, reinforced with additional laminations in all stress areas. Balsa cored deck is set in a 6’ flange which is molded into the hull, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint. Nonskid pattern is molded into the deck.
External lead keel is fastened with stainless steel bolts
Bronze centerboard is operated Hydraulically from helm
Solid teak guard rail runs full-length just below sheer to protect topsides from pilings.
Propane tanks are installed in lazarette locker (sealed and drained overboard)
Toerail, taffrail and rubrail stripped to bare wood and built up with 8 coats of varnish 2009 and protected with maintenance coats annually since.
A large comfortable cockpit incorporates seating all the way around with varnished teak coamings designed at a height and angle for optimal back support when seated.
Cockpit features include:
Dodger – White Sunbrella
Tan with Blue/piping Cockpit cushions
Edson pedestal wheel steering with integrated engine gear and throttle controls and binnacle mounted compass
Stainless steel 40” wheel covered with elkhide cover
Hinckley folding varnished teak cockpit table mounted on pedestal
Pioneer 12-volt AM/FM CD - with speakers - mahogany and cloth trimmed in the main salon
15” flat screen 12v TV
16k BTU Air-conditioning with outlets in the main and forward cabins.
Offset double berth on the port side with seat to starboard - provides more comfortable and functional berth than traditional v-berth.
Custom Temperpedic innerspring mattress (2007)
Seat cushions are covered in Teal UltraSuede fabric with tan piping and tufted and buttoned seat backs
Storage below starboard seat
Bookshelf to port and sheer lockers to starboard
Forward door access to storage chain locker in forepeak
Bureau to port aft of berth with shelf and locker above
Hanging locker to starboard aft of seat
One Hella fan
Gimbaled Ritchie (tell-tale) compass mounted over double berth
Large Hinckley overhead hatch provides great ventilation (hinges can open either forward or aft) and natural light
Fixed portlights in varnished mahogany cabin liner provide additional light.
Storage for companionway hatch screens above berth
HEAD (Next aft to port)
The Head is finished in #932 Antique White Formica with a white formica countertop.
Kohler porcelain sink (Mexican Sant) with fixtures and hot and cold pressure water
VacuFlush head with Y-valve to a 18-gallon holding tank or overboard discharge facility.
Storage in lockers outboard of counter and below sink.
The B40 signature 6-personal gear drawers behind a mahogany panel door
Clothes hamper with tile inlays in top integrated into outboard section of counter
Stainless steel towel bar/grab
Overhead dorade provides continuous ventilation
Opening port with screen for additional light and ventilation
The Main Salon features a large U-shaped Dinette to port and custom seating and pilot berth to starboard. The starboard seating includes two comfortable seats with a small table between with a storage locker below.
Main salon cushions are covered in Teal UltraSuede with tan piping and tufted and buttoned seat backs.
Varnished mahogany dinette table lowers to create double berth
Outboard of the dinette seating are three lockers with shelves between and stereo speakers covered with mahogany and cloth trim. The fore and aft lockers are louvered. The center locker features custom stained glass center panels.
Inside the center locker with custom stained glass doors is a TV compartment with a 15.5” 12v flat screen TV with DVD.
One Hella fan
Brass finished Frigast style reading lights at either end of dinette and pilot berth
Large Hinckley overhead hatch with removable screen provides additional natural light and ventilation
Dorade vent forward allows fresh air even when hatches are closed
Forward of the seating and pilot berth to starboard is a large bureau with shelf and a locker with louvered doors above
Classic recording barograph on bulkhead mounted shelf bracket.
NAV STATION (Aft starboard):
A proper Nav Station faces aft and has a full-sized opening varnished mahogany nav table and nav seat.
Storage built-in below the nav seat and in shelving outboard of the seat
Main battery switches and a custom Hinckley electrical panel with all AC and DC breakers and meters outboard of nav table. Electrical panel is hinged for easy access and upgrades.
Overhead white and red dome lights
Bulkhead mounted ships clock
Radar positioned outboard of nav seat in alcove so visible from cockpit
Port of the companionway is the galley. Galley features include:
New Corian countertop (2014) with stainless steel undermounted sink
Single lever stainless faucet with pull out sprayer. (2014)
Hot & cold pressure water
Adler-Barbour 12-volt Cold Machine Refrigeration
Gimbaled Shipmate 3-burner propane stove with oven
Cover for stove creates additional counterspace
Hot water tank is 12-gallon stainless steel.
Hinckley varnished Mahogany glass holder with (6) Hinckley glasses
Storage outboard and aft behind sliding varnished mahogany louvered doors
Litton Microwave behind louvered sliding door.
SAILS and RIGGING
Hinckley fabricated aluminum spars with Navtec rod rigging and tensioner.
Harken II headstay system
Spinnaker (MPS) halyard
Full spinnaker gear with pole carried onmast.
Single line reefing system led aft to cockpit.
Block and tackle boom vang
(2) Barient #24 STS secondary cockpit winches
(2) Barient #28 STS primary cockpit winches
Main mast winches for halyards
Mizzen mast winches for halyards
Main sheet winch on cabin top
Main sail – North, fully battened Main with lazy jacks and sail cover
150% Genoa - Roller furling (2004)
105% Genoa - Roller furler (2004)
Gennaker - with snuffer
Mizzen sail with sail cover
Separate 12-volt systems for starting and accessories:
Engine - 100 amp/hr battery (new 2014) charged with 53-amp Leese-Neville alternator
Accessories - 375 amp/hr batteries (new 2014) charged with 105-amp Leese-Neville alternator
Two 12-volt outlets on deck for handheld spot lamps
Custom Hinckley electrical panel with breakers and gauges at nav station
Shore power system (1) 30 amp connector for house demands and (1) 30 amp connector for AC and heating needs
Sentry 40-amp converter with one 110-volt outlet
Modified circuit breaker panel
(2) 50 ft 30-amp cord with 30-amp to 15-amp adaptor
(1) 50 amp splitter cord
Westerbeke FWC 55-hp diesel engine (New 2014)
Hurth 2:1 reduction gear transmission (2006)
Racor fuel filter with vacuum gauge
3-blade fixed prop
Automatic bilge pump
Hydraulic centerboard lift with Navtec hydraulic controls at helm
Adler Barbour Cold Machine 12v refrigeration system
Fresh water deck wash
Dinghy with outboard
16k BTU Air-conditioning with outlets in the main and forward cabins
Oversized Ideal windlass with chain/rode gypsy
200 x ½” braided nylon rode
200’ x 5/8” braided nylon rode
Suncor 45# plow anchor –polished stainless steel
Danforth 20# HT anchor on teak chocks
Fresh water deck wash
White Sunbrella covers for dorade box, all hatches, handrails, chocks, boarding ladder, 4 winches, lazarettes, pedestal and main & mizzen (2009)
(2) Horseshoe liferings with stainless steel brackets - white
Teak rigging rollers
Sitka spruce fender board
(3) 21/2# dry chemical fire extinguishers
Dinghy with outboard
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.