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1965 Hinckley 41 Auxiliary Sloop

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

US$119,500

The Hinckley 41 was an extrapolation of the famous Owens Cutter design that Hinckley built in wood in the ‘50s. It is prized by Hinckley aficionados for its beautiful lines and a full keel absent a centerboard, unlike the Hinckley ‘Bermuda’ 40. This yacht has had consistently good care by knowledgeable owners. She has many of the most desirable upgrades like the carbon fibre spar with in-mast furling, furnace and recent engine.

 NOT FOR SALE TO US CITIZENS WHILE IN US WATERS

 

Basic Boat Info

Make: Hinckley
Model: 41 Auxiliary Sloop
Year: 1965
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: HIN000000065
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 41'0 ft / 12.5 m
Length Overall: 41'0 ft / 12.5 m
Beam: 10'1 ft / 3.07 m
Displacement: 8,391.46 kg

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Beta
  • Model: 43
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 43hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2016
  • Engine Hours: 480
  • Engine Location: Center

Other

Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cruisers, Sloop

Contact

Atlantic Yacht Sales

Office

Atlantic Yacht Sales
4425 Hwy 3
Chester, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902-593-1280
Disclaimer
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.


Dimensions

LOA: 41' 

LWL: 29'

Beam: 10' 1"

Draft: 6' 1"

Displacement: 18,500 lbs

Builder: Henry R. Hinckley & Co

Construction

Flag blue heavy solid fiberglass hull; white decks and deckhouse; tan non-skid; white boottop; gold cove stripe; green bottom paint. The bottom of the yacht was stripped of bottom paint and barrier coated in June of 2020. She has a lead ballast keel (6,300#) that is both bolted and glassed in place; full keel with fully supported rudder; bow & stern pulpits; double lifelines; 2 gates; 2 hatches; 2 opening ports; 2 Dorade vents; (2018) Noakes Dodger, Bimini and side curtains; Edson wheel steering with emergency tiller; teak cockpit sole grating; Monitor wind vane steering gear brackets on the counter stern

Accommodations

The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6’4” headroom.

Double stateroom forward,  with hanging lockers aft to starboard and an enclosed head to port. The main cabin has pilot berths and extension-transom berths port and starboard with a bulkhead mounted folding table. The galley is aft with a large icebox with 12 v refrigeration to starboard in a dresser that makes a navigation table; the sink is amidships; and a 3 burner Shipmate LPG stove with oven and counter space is to port. 

The Head has a Wilcox Crittenden ‘Skipper’ head (rebuilt in 2016); sink with vanity and shower.  The yacht has a 100 gallon fresh water capacity in 2 tanks (70 + 30); hot and cold pressure water. Hot water is produced by the heat exchanger off of the engine or by 110 volt shore power; (2017) LPG lines checked, shut-off solenoid and fume detector installed; LPG tanks replaced in ’18 & ‘20.

The interior of the yacht is finished to high Hinckley standards with a solid teak and holly sole; Herreshoff style white painted bulkheads with mahogany trim, bunk fascias and cabinets. The (2016) interior cushions are traditional blue fabric with white piping; matching draperies. The yacht has a Calaer diesel furnace (2019); Force 10 LPG cabin heater; CO2 monitor.

Engines

Beta 43 HP diesel installed new for the 2016 season; Kubota block; fresh water cooling (heat exchanger); 6.5 Kt. Cruising speed with  7.2 Kt. Top speed; Max Prop; Hour meter showing 480 to the time of listing; (2016) Fireboy fire suppression system in the engine space; miscellaneous spare parts.

Electrical Systems

The yacht has both 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC electrical systems. The 12 Volt system is supplied by a 90 amp. Alternator, with charge relay, on the main engine through a selector switchs to 2 battery banks: (2021) 2 X 4D AGM  (190 Amp/Hr. each) lead-acid house bank; (2019) Group 27 AGM engine starting battery. 120 volt power is provided either by shore- power connection or a 2,000 watt inverter. There is a 30 amp shore-cord and polarity indicator. The yacht is fully equipped with LED cabin, navigation and deck lights; spare alternator.

Sails & Rigging

4 Sails by North:  Dacron Mainsail (2004); Dacron Genoa (2004); Norlam Working Jib (2008); Dacron Staysail, with inner removable stay; Hood Genniker; (old but serviceable) Storm Jib & Storm Trysail. There is a separate track on the mast for the Trysail.

Carbon-fibre main mast with Hood electric in-mast mainsail furling (motor serviced in 2017), manual back-up; aluminum boom w/ Garhauer rigid boom-vang; wire-rope standing rigging; Cruising Designs roller furling gear with two feeder slots; Barient winches: 2 X #28 self-tailing primaries; 2 X #23 Self-tailing secondary’s; 2 X self-tailing halyard winches on the mast; 2 msc. winches; 4 winch handles; Genoa & Spinnaker gear; spinnaker pole; boom vang; topping lift; ash shroud rollers; 4 sheets; 2 snatch blocks; 2 flag halyards; Harken traveller at the aft end of the cockpit;

Electronics

Ritchie compass on the wheel pedestal; (2019) VHF radio w/ Ram Mic; EPIRB; Raymarine speedometer, log and depth sounder; B&G autopilot and ACP computer with a (2017) chain drive unit; Raymarine E80 Colour Plotter and Radar with cockpit repeater; electronic charts for NE US and Canada; Raymarine AIS650 AIS with AIS 100 VHF splitter; Raymarine wind instruments with (2022) transducer aloft; stereo with Bluetooth.

Additional Information

35# CQR anchor with 150’ of chain and 100’ nylon rode; Danforth anchor with 10’ chain leader and 100’ rode; Ideal electric anchor windless; sea-water wash-down pump; 2 electric and 1 manual bilge pumps (2016); bilge alarm; (2016) shower and fridge sump pumps; 4 dock-lines; 4 fenders; boat hook; 3 fire extinguishers; 4 life preservers; life ring; man-overboard pole; horn; vinyl cockpit cushions; swim ladder; (2021) flares; DanBouy MOB system; Life Sling; dishes and cutlery.

Disclaimer
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.

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