2000 Hinckley Sou'wester 42 MKII

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Jahr:
2000
Rumpfmaterial:
GFK (Fiberglas)
Länge:
13m
Motor-/Treibstoffart:
/
The Sou'wester 42 hull is constructed by using the DualGuard Composite Construction and the patented SCRIMP process. Hinckley's DualGuard Composite Construction has a skin coat of chopped E-glass mat in low-shrink vinylester resin; an outer skin of Kevlar - E-glass; a core of aircraft grade balsa; and high-density foam and an inner skin of carbon. The chopped E-glass and vinylester resin provide a superior surface finish and a greater resistance to water osmosis. DuPont's Kevlar - E-glass fabric greatly increases the strength of the hull against damage caused by impacts. The core of aircraft grade balsa provides the greatest degree of stiffness and thermal - acoustic insulation possible. The inner skin of carbon is used for its superior stiffness and strength to weight ratios. In such areas as the hull - deck connecting flange, centerline and keel, chainplates, rudder posts and all through hull fittings, the core is not used and the hull is massively reinforced with additional layers of fiberglass. The patented SCRIMP process, an advanced, closed-molding, resin infusion technique, uses a strong vacuum to saturate or infuse the "sandwich" with vinylester resin. A fiberglass hull stringer system is bonded to the hull and integrated with the mast step and engine mounts to form a single unit that is strong and light. The core is deleted and replaced with solid layers of reinforcing glass in way of major penetrations and stress area. The hull is laid up with a 4-inch recessed flange to receive the deck. The deck is bonded to this surface with a reinforced polyester adhesive and through bolted on 8-inch centers with additional fastenings in the area of the toerail tracks. This assures a strong, permanent and water tight, hull - deck joint. A Hinckley built stainless steel bow roller can be fitted to the custom cast 316 stainless steel stem iron and permits a plow anchor to be carried securely on deck and ready for use. Marelon ball-valve type seacocks are installed flush with hull. The 9,000 lbs. molded lead ballast (external to the hull to provide protection in the event of grounding) is secured to the hull with 1-inch stainless steel bolts. The deck is a one piece molding which incorporates a knit fabric of E-glass to reduce weight and a core of aircraft grade balsa. This part is also SCRIMPed. The T-shaped cockpit allows ample room for the helmsman and crew. The cockpit coaming is wider aft adjacent the wheel to provide comfortable outboard seating for the helmsman. The cockpit sole is inlaid teak. The sail and equipment locker to port can be secured with a lock operated from the main cabin. A 36-inch stainless destroyer type wheel is mounted on a pedestal with guardrail along with engine controls and a 6-inch compass fitted in a stainless steel binnacle. An emergency tiller steering system is provided. A complete range of engine instruments and switches is recessed in locations handy to the helmsman. There are two winch handle pockets located in each coaming, and these are trimmed in stainless steel. Substantial teak toe-rails are fit to a Hinckley polished stainless steel stem fitting with forward, integral chocks. Custom stern chocks aft are located at the base of the stern pulpit. The two 12-inch foredeck cleats and the two 10-inch aft deck cleats are polished stainless steel. Deck scuppers are fitted with stainless screens and drain to the boot top. Genoa track is of l 1-4-inch x l-2-inch T-section stainless steel and is recessed to deck level to protect bare feet. Two Hinckley double-hinged hatches with teak frames and a large teak dorade box with two 5-inch cowl vents provide ventilation below. Bow and stern pulpits and stanchions are constructed by Hinckley in stainless steel. The double lifeline system contains opening gates, port and starboard. There is a varnished teak staff ensign provided with a stern mounting bracket. All exterior teak is finished bright with eight coats minimum of Hinckley tuna oil varnish. All stainless steel on deck is the highest grade 316L low carbon. Finished in mahogany, ash, or cherry with hull sides sheathed to match bulkheads, the cabin sole is of 3-4" solid teak with holly splines. Countertops are surfaced with owner's choice of ColorCore Formica or optional Corian. All hanging lockers are cedar lined. A wide variety of material is available for berth upholstery. The standard layout is a dinette arrangement to port and a transom berth to starboard. Optional, custom arrangements are available. An oversized quarter berth is located to starboard. A drop leaf table affords comfortable seating for six. A large full length hanging locker is located forward to starboard. A 3 drawer bureau is located to starboard just forward of the transom berth and locker storage is located behind seats and under pilot berths. Closed shelving is installed above quarter berth. The navigation station is located across from the galley and is separated from the main cabin and quarter berth areas by partial bulkheads. Storage for charts is located within the navigation desk, and general storage is available in the nav. seat and in 3 drawers under the desk. A large double opening hatch with translucent cover and screen is located in center of cabin. There is a handrail at the base of each cabin side under the portlights that runs the full length of the cabin. Located to port of the companionway is a gimbaled 3 burner Force 10 stove with oven and broiler in a stainless steel enclosure. Propane is stored in two #10 aluminum tanks with manual and electric solenoid shut offs. Tanks are stored in an aft locker which is vented overboard. The large double stainless steel sink is supplied with hot and cold water. There are separate refrigerator and freezer compartments served by a Grunert engine driven system. The compartments are stainless steel lined and have a minimum of 4-inch foam insulation with aluminum vapor barriers next to the wood frame work. Compartments drain into the closed sump tank that has an electric sump pump. There are storage lockers outboard with louvered doors. There is a twin berth with 5-inch foam cushions forward with full length lockers fitted above. A seat is located between the berths. Three drawers are located in a bureau to port and additional drawers are fitted under berths forward. A full length locker provides hanging storage to starboard. The forward cabin has a separate entrance to the head. There is also a large double opening hatch in the cabin top with translucent cover and screen. Equipped with manual marine toilet and holding tank. A stainless sink is supplied with hot and cold water. A proper stall shower can be created by using a shower curtain or Plexiglas bi-fold door system. No clean up is necessary after use. The shower drains to a closed sump tank that is discharged by a 12V DC pump. Lockers with shelves are built in outboard, and a mirror is located above the sink. The head has an opening portlight with screen. The entire head is a fiberglass molding up to the height of the countertop. All corners are radiused for ease of cleaning. Spars are built by Hinckley of extruded aluminum sections. Double spreaders are tapered aluminum. Standing rigging is Navtec rod attached to the mast with spreader bars and to stainless steel chainplates with forged bronze turnbuckles and toggles. Mast wiring is run through PVC conduit. All aluminum parts are awl gripped to match the primary deck color. Running rigging is of braided dacron. Low stretch yacht braid main and jib halyards and 2 flag halyards are provided. The boom is rigged for jiffy reefing. A heavy duty, large capacity 12V DC electrical system provides ships electrical power with 380 amp-hour capacity for lighting and 505 cold cranking amps for starting. A dual output 100 amp alternator is mounted on the main engine with a multi-stage regulator. Provisions are made for emergency starting. All circuits are protected with circuit breakers at a master control panel at the nav. station. Circuit breaker panel is equipped with both voltmeter and ammeter. Master switches are provided for the starting and lighting circuits. Bulkhead mounted Frigast stainless steel lights are positioned over berths, in dinette, and head area and dome lights are provided for general cabin lighting. All circuits, major mechanical components and rigging are grounded with heavy copper strapping. Single side band ground system is installed in boat during construction. The main engine is a Yanmar 4JHE-2E 50 hp freshwater cooled diesel with 2:1 reduction gear. The Aquamet 22 stainless steel shaft is supported by removable bronze stern tube, flexible stuffing box and has a two blade propeller. The fuel tank is built of heavy gauge aluminum and has a capacity of 50 gallons and the fuel line is fitted with a Racor fuel filter as well as engine fuel filter. The exhaust system is constructed of heavy duty exhaust hose and is equipped with a fiberglass water lift type muffler. A drip pan is positioned under the engine. The engine compartment is sound insulated with lead foam and is equipped with a blower. The engine is alarmed for low oil pressure and high coolant temperature conditions. The engine instrument panel has a tachometer to measure RPM; oil pressure gauge; engine temperature; and an ampmeter showing charging condition of starting battery. The fresh water is stored in two stainless steel tanks connected by a selection manifold. Each tank has its own mechanical level gauge. A water pressure system provides hot and cold water to the galley and head. Hot water is supplied via a 12 gallon engine-heated hot water tank or a 110V option.

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