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2003 26 (ft.) Hank Hinckley Great Harbor 26

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General Information

Listing# 121969

Price
$69,000.00
Location
Southwest Harbor, ME, United States
Manufacturer
Hank Hinckley
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
2003
Category
Cruisers
Designer
Bill Cook
Model
Great Harbor 26
Status
Used
Length
26 (ft.)
Beam
7.83
LOA
26
Hull Material
Composite
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
1GM10 diesel
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
99

General Details

JOY is an impeccably-kept Great Harbor 26 daysailer/pocket cruiser with her own trailer and protective covering.  Retractable keel, 9-hp diesel, carbon spar, holding tank.  Cold molded and 2' draft with board up. White bulkheads, magohany trimmed interior. 

Specifications

INTRODUCTION
JOY  is a pocket cruiser/daysailer that can be relocated to winter or summer cruising grounds with ease by using her included trailer. Built to standards that simply are not found anywhere else in boats of this size, JOY was designed and constructed with features that are a combination of the traditional and modern. Bill Cook developed the lines of the 26 to provide lively performance. Her fin keel and spade rudder with sleek underbody are disguised by her lovely cruiser exterior look. Since her fin keel lifts up into the hull and the rudder is removable, JOY is easily trailerable. Constructed with an eye towards saving weight without sacrificing structural strength. Carbon fiber spar to keep the rig weight low and ease the process of raising and lowering the rig.
HULL and DECK
Hull construction:   Cold molded. It contains three diagonal layers of 1/8" western red cedar with a final layer of 1/10" Honduran mahogany on the topsides. The hull is covered with 8 oz boat cloth applied with clear epoxy resin. The final finish is clear Awlgrip urethane. The backbone is oak and the stem laminated mahogany. Sheer clamps are oak. JOY's interior is designed to minimize the need of frames and stringers. Much of her interior joinery is installed to provide stiffness. Deck Construction:   The deck is two layers of 4MM marine plywood over laminated aircraft grade Sitka spruce frames, covered with approximately 7/16" of teak decking. The cabin top is three layers of 3MM marine plywood over laminated aircraft grade Sitka spruce frames. The top is then coved with Dynel laid in epoxy and painted. The cabin sides are approximately 3/8" Honduran mahogany over 3/8" marine plywood. Fin Keel - Lifts up into the hull Spade rudder
ACCOMMODATIONS BELOW
White bulkheads are beautifully accented by the varnished mahogany trim. Laminated overhead beams are also capped in mahogany and much of the trim is hand shaped to give it a distinctive appearance. The cabin sole is teak with holly inlay varnished with clear polyurethane varnish and the passageway to the forward cabin is trimmed with laminated mahogany. All the interior trim is coated with gloss marine varnish. Bronze opening ports are used throughout along with an opening hatch on the foredeck to improve light and ventilation. Vessel Walkthrough: Down the companionway steps to the Interior below, one steps on the ice chest that also can serve as a seat for working in the Galley. This portable chest is convenient in that you can take it home and load up for the day or weekend. To port and starboard are 7-foot Quarterberths with 4" cushions. Forward to starboard,at the head of the starboard quarterberth is the electrical panel and a storage locker containing the stereo and access to the VHF back. Forward to port, at the head of that berth is the Galley with a stainless steel sink with a hand pump and is recessed under a lovely shaped mahogany ring. Forward is a single-burner Origo alcohol stove. Lots of storage is accessed beneath both the sink and the stove.  At the forward end of the starboard quarterberth are the storage lockers and drawers.  The aft locker has the shore charger and stereo. Stereo speakers are built in to the aft ends of the quarter berths. VFH has a remote mic outlet in the cockpit to control the radio from the helm. Forward Cabin has the cedar hull laminate showing through its epoxy coating. Shelves provide additional personal gear storage. The marine Head is located to port under the aft end of the forward berth and has a cover and cushion (as does the starboard side also) - so the permanent "short berth" can be lengthened to a full length berth to accommodate an additional two crew.
ELECTRONICS
VHF - ICOM STEREO - PIONEER AUTOHELM ST50 TRIDATA - boat speed and depth instruments.
SAILS and RIGGING
GMT tapered carbon-fiber spar and aluminum boom with white urethane paint. 7/8 Sloop rig Internal halyards Boom Vang and double reef set up Harken Battcar main track system Hinged stainless steel mast step Dutchman system - for easy reefing Self-tending jib SAILS:  Sail  Area -303 sq/ft Mainsail (177-sq. ft.) Working Jib (126-sq. ft.) Mainsail cover (tan) WINCHES: All Lewmar winches (2) Cabintop -  halyards and controlling self-tending jib (2) Additional winches aft - for manually attended jib 
ELECTRICAL
The electrical panel is covered with clear acrylic for protection. 12-VDC and 110-AC systems. 12VDC battery/system with distribution panel and gauges. 110V system with shore power converter and outlets. Battery - Ships battery is a 75-amp hour sealed battery.
ENGINE/MECHANICAL
Yanmar 1GM10 diesel 9-HP engine with gear, stainless steel shaft and strut. Engine hours estimate: Under 100-hrs (5/2013) 2-blade Sailor propeller. 12-Gallon aluminum fuel tank. 20-Gallon water tank Wilcox manual head with holding tank and overboard bypass.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
Anchor with 6' x 5/16" chain and 120' of line. Cockpit cushions Fenders and docking lines Life jackets Cockpit table (also for use below)  Trailer and trailering gear: Trailer:  Dual-axle galvanized trailer. Straps and mast support brackets. Boat cover:  Custom made heavy-duty road cover for the hull and toe rails. This cover prevents dings and dirt from bothering the boat when on the road.
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.
customContactInformation
Hinckley Brokerage Offices: SOUTHWEST HARBOR-ME:   Broker: Bob Pooler    Cell: 207-460-7589 or E-mail: bpooler@hinckleyyachts.com ? Broker:  Wythe Ingebritson  Cell: 207-664-8111 or E-mail: wingebritson@hinckleyyachts.com   Office: 207-244-5531 PORTSMOUTH, RI:   Broker: Joe Dwyer  Cell: 401-578-2919 or E-mail: jdwyer@hinckleyyachts.com  Office: 401-683-7005 ANNAPOLIS, MD :  Broker: Jack Erbes  Cell: 401-418-2188 or E-mail: jerbes@hinckleyyachts.com    Office: 410-263-0095 STUART-FL:   Broker:  Tripper Vincent  Cell: 561-262-3900 or E-mail: tvincent@hinckleyyachts.com  Office: 772-403-5387 NAPLES-FL:   Broker:  Tripper Vincent  Cell: 561-262-3900 or E-mail: tvincent@hinckleyyachts.com  Office: 239-261-2879 HARBOR SPRINGS-MI:  Broker: Marty Letts  Cell: 231-330-3680 or E-mail: mletts@hinckleyyachts.com   Office: 231-526-4378