40' Hinckley Bermuda 40 Yawl
Located in Newport Beach, CA
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
In 1934 Benjamin Hinckley purchased a small boatyard in Southwest Harbor in Maine and turned the production over to his son Henry R Hinckley after graduating from Cornell University with an engineering degree. The first sailing yacht was launched in 1938 and after the war in the 50's, twelve of the Bill Tripp designed wooden hull Bermuda 40 yawls were built. The first fiberglass Bermuda 40 was built in 1959 with production continuing until 1991 with over 200 of these classics yachts built. Haul-out and bottom paint, May 2020.
"Black Irish" is an example of this infamous timeless design having been maintained to perfection and upgraded continually with a replacement Westerbeke diesel, new sails, new electronics and batteries and much more. Beautiful black hull with freshly varnished topside teak and painted non-skid decks. A must see exceptional pedigree yacht. Haul-out and bottom paint, May 2020.
Additional Specs, Equipment And Information:
40' Hinckley Bermuda 40 Yawl
Total Power: 46HP
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Engine Model: Westerbeke
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1080
Engine Power: 46 HP
Cruising Speed: 6.5 knots
Water Tanks: (110 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (48 Gallons)
Black Water Tanks: (25 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Aft of the chain locker in the forepeak is large V-berth with five drawers below (2 per side and 1 on center). To port is a chest of 5 drawers and to starboard are 2 hanging lockers. There are 3 fixed ports (2 per side and 1 forward) with an overhead hatch on center. There is a privacy door with the keel stepped mast behind.
Continuing aft is a hanging locker to starboard with an opening port over. The HEAD is to port with a manual Bemis Skipper II marine toilet with Y valve. There is a hand held shower into a floor grate with an electric sump pump. There is a mirrored medicine cabinet, a cabinet with 6 drawers, and an opening screened port.
The SALON has pilot berths port and starboard with 3 drawers below and the lower berths, which slide out, also have 3 drawers below. On center is a drop leaf dinette with center board controls and an overhead opening hatch.
Galley is to port with a drawer below. There are storage lockers outboard and the navigation area is over the refrigeration to starboard. The electrical panel follows. There is a teak and holly cabin sole, fixed windows port and starboard, and Ocean Fricast (Denmark) reading lights over berths. Three steps up to the cockpit area.
- L-shaped galley to port
- Shipmate S883 stainless 3-burner stove & oven
- Double stainless sinks with hot & cold pressure water
- Manual fresh & salt water via foot pumps
- Grunert stainless lined refrigeration (starboard)
- 12 volt AC and 110 volt DC systems
- Batteries house - Group 27 (2019)
- Battery start - Group 27 (2019)
- (2) Battery on/off switches
- Inverter/charger (2014)
- Solar panel and regulator (2013)
- Rule 2000 GPH automatic bilge pump (2018)
- Electric pressure water pump
- Stainless hot water heater
- DC lighting throughout
- AC outlets throughout
- Cockpit panel for topside lights
- All lighting throughout vessel are LED's except interior head and anchor light
- Fusion stereo MSBB100 (2018)
- Fusion signature speakers SGF65W cockpit (2018)
- Fusion cabin speakers MSBX3020 (2018)
- Fusion amplifier AM402 (2018)
- Wired remote MS-NRX 300 (2019) for fusion stereo
- Stereo control via I Phone app or chartplotter
Sails and Rigging
- Yawl rig with keel stepped aluminum on main mast
- Mizzen aluminum mast (stayed individually)
- Doyle custom main sail (2018)
- Doyle custom mizzen (2018)
- Doyle custom 155% genoa (2018) on Harken furling system
- Doyle custom spinnaker (2016)
- Seldon bowsprit (2016)
- Vangmaster boom vang (2016)
- (2) Barrient #28 2 speed winches (cockpit)
- (2) Barrient #22 2 speed winches (cockpit)
- Barrient #10 winch (cabin top)
- Barrient ST 21-33 2 speed winch (mast)
- (2) Barrient #16 winch (mast)
- Barrient #22 2 speed winch (mizzen)
- Tides Marine Strong Tract (2018) mast
- Miscellaneous blocks
- Spinnaker sheets and reefing lines
Deck and Topside
- Stainless bow & stern pulpits
- Stanchions with double life lines and boarding gates port & starboard
- Maxwell electric windlass (1991)
- CQR 35lb bow anchor with 278' of 5/16 chain
- Fortress FX-37 stern anchor (2013) on adequate chain & line (2017)
- Two stainless dorade vents on teak boxes
- Non skid painted decks with varnished trim
- Leather covered pedestal wheel with wheel brake
- Cockpit lockers port & starboard
- Drop leaf cockpit table
- Aft of cockpit is the LP locker to starboard, storage locker to port
- Large lazarette on aft deck.
- Teak varnished hand rails
- Custom covers on helm and topside varnished area
- Emergency tiller
- Boat hooks
- Fenders & dock lines
Electronics and Navigation
- Ritchie 5" magnetic compass
- Standard Horizon GX2150 VHF marine radio (2013)
- Raymarine Axiom unit (2020)
- Raymarine HD radar (2013)
- B&G Wind Sensor (2015 masthead)
- B&G Triton 2 display (2018)
- Airmar P-79 depth (2017)
- Airmar ST801 BV-N2 speed, log, sea temp (2017 mast step)
- Robertson AP 300x autopilot
- Simrad Gs25 GPS antenna 10Hz (2018)
- Weems & Plath Ships clock
- Ships bell & horn
- Spare parts
- USCG PFD's 8 adult, 2 child (2018)
- Throwable Flotation cushion (2018)
- Life ring with light & whistle (2018) Lifesling (2019)
- Fire extinguishers (2018)
- Radar reflector
- First aid kit
- Flares & smoke signals (expire 2021)
- CO2 monitor
- Flashlights & spare batteries
- Ditch bag
- Emergency tiller
- Bungs for all through hulls
- LPG sensor (2018)
- High water bilge alarm (2018)
- Water: 110 gallons in 3 stainless tanks (1991)
2020 Maintenance and Upgrades
- Oil change, oil and fuel filter service, racor service, zincs replaced, impeller replaced, battery replaced. Oil sample taken, with normal results.
- Chartplotter replaced with new Raymarine Axiom unit
- Haul-out and bottom paint, May 2020.
In 1934 Benjamin Hinckley purchased a small boatyard in Southwest Harbor in Maine and turned the production over to his son Henry R Hinckley after graduating from Cornell University with an engineering degree. The first sailing yacht was launched in 1938 and after the war in the 50's, twelve of the Bill Tripp designed wooden hull Bermuda 40 yawls were built. The first fiberglass Bermuda 40 was built in 1959 with production continuing until 1991 with over 200 of these classics yachts built.
"Black Irish" is an example of this infamous timeless design having been maintained to perfection and upgraded continually with a replacement Westerbeke diesel, new sails, new electronics and batteries and much more. Beautiful black hull with freshly varnished topside teak and painted non-skid decks. A must see exceptional pedigree yacht.
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Contact Richard Nathanson for additional information and your viewing appointment at 310-430-1769 (cell) or 949-675-8092 (office).
Contact Brian Hovey for additional information and your viewing appointment at 949-675-8092 or 714-501-5405 (cell).