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1989 42 (ft.) HINCKLEY Sou'wester 42 Yawl

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General Information

Listing# 127088

Southwest Harbor, ME, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
McCurdy & Rhodes
Sou'wester 42 Yawl
42 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
55A FWC diesel
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

WIND (ex: Magic Flute) is a stunning Hinckley Sou’wester yawl with a high gloss ash interior and butterfly hatch. She has new Flag Blue Awlgrip, electric winches and fully battened main. She is strongly recommended for the discerning Buyer who wants to step aboard a boat that is ready to go anywhere.


WIND is an excellently detailed SW-42, designed for ease of handling with many custom features. She has a bright gloss finished ash interior that sleeps 7. Teak decks, varnished teak cockpit coamings and butterfly hatch all project a traditional appearance.
Flag Blue Awlgrip topsides (2012) Teak deck over laminate White bootstripe Gold leaf covestripe, name & hail Red bottom paint Construction: Hand laid fiberglass hull and deck. Hull is cored with Airex for additional strength per weight.  The core is deleted and the hull reinforced with additional laminations in all high stress areas.  Hull stringers cored withAirex are bonded to the hull and integrated with the maststep and engine mounts to form a single unit that is strong and light.  Hull laminate is fabricated of unidirectional glass for a better strength/weight ratio. The deck is set in a 6" flange on the hull, then fiberglassed and bolted in place.  The exterior nonskid was ground off and a teak deck was laid. The decks are covered with 5/8" teak with a varnished margin board. A varnished teak rubrail with stainless steel oval is mounted port & starboard to protect the hull. The 8500 lbs. ballast keel has a fiberglass centerboard with a bronze leading edge and operated by a pennant with a winch in the cockpit.
The Hinckley SW-42 has a large "T" shaped cockpit  which comfortably accommodates a large crew, but is also well laid out for short-handed sailing. Lewmar #58 electric winches are within easy reach of the helmsman so the boat can be tacked single-handed if necessary. There is an additional pair of Barient #32's mounted forward for use by the crew. The cockpit dodger offers excellent protection,and visibility is unobscured from the helm.  Sailing instruments are in varnishedt eak box above the companionway. Varnished teak cockpit coamings and the wheel has a varnished teak rim. Cockpit sole is inlaid oiled teak. Helm stainless steel “destroyer” steering wheel with teak rim is pedestal mounted (new pedestal 2008). More Features: Cockpit Dodger with grabrail (2007) Cockpit Awning Cockpit Cushions Teak cockpit table and glass/mug rack – pedestal mounted Teak helmsman seat on mizzen Cockpit floodlight - mounted on mizzen
  Navigation Electronic Equipment: Northstar 941X DGPS chart navigator Autohelm Autopilot (2007) Raymarine RL70CRC combined Pathfinder Radar/Chartplotter with repeater at helm B&G Hydra 2000 nav station main unit with 2 digital and 2 analog repeaters providing speed, depth, true & apparent windspeed & direction, plus navlink mounted in instrument pod in cockpit SGC Powertalk HF/SSB transceiver complete with Pinoak Digital Podlink II processor Simrad Shipmate RS 8300 VHF Compass - pedestal mounted
Introduction: WIND features the traditional SW-42 layout that sleeps 7 in two cabins. The interior is finished in gloss varnished Ash and is very bright and airy. Most locker doors are louvered for good ventilation Large “butterfly hatch” in the main salon and the opening ports give a good cross-ventilation. The cabin sole is varnished teak & holly with an inlaid dust bin and grate. Light Blue UltraSuede covered cushions Stainless steel Frigast fixtures throught with additional dome lighting Hand rails Forepeakshelves Curtains Vessel Walkthrough: MASTER STATEROOM (Forward): V-berth is forward with filler and cushion to make a double berth. Seat between V-berths Storage lockers are port and starboard above the berths Bookshelves Bureau Hanging locker HEAD (Next port) The Head has a private door from the forward cabin, as well as access from the main cabin. White Formica countertop has a stainless steel sink with fixtures and a telephone-style shower. Hot and cold pressure water Sealand Vacuflush head (1997) – to custom 45 gallon stainless steel holding tank beneath the V-berth and tank tender controls inside the head cabinet. Storage lockers are outboard with additional shelving 6 Additional medicine cabinet drawers built in outboard Exhaust fan Across from the Head is a cedar-lined hanging locker, bureau and wet locker. MAIN SALON (Amidship) Traditional arrangement features port and starboard transom and pilot berths. The transom berths slide inboard for more comfort and the centerline table has two drop-leafs for ease of getting around it or seating for six. The drop-leaf dining table has liquor storage built in. There is additional shelving added to the salon area Built in TV/VCR and AM/FM stereo with CD player and 2 speakers plus two remote speakers in the cockpit Opening hatch with screen overhead contributes additional natural light and ventilation in this area. QUARTERBERTH (Aft Starboard) Additional ventilation in this area is supplied by an opening portlight. Storage is in a short hanging locker, a drawer under the berth and overhead lockers with sliding doors above the berth. Two additional dorade boxes with 5" cowl vents have been installed on the aft end of the trunkcabin. NAVIGATION STATION Starboard of the cockpit companionway and forward of the quarterberth is a sit-down, forward-facing Nav Station. Flush mounted instrumentation Custom shelving for navigation tools. Chartlight 12VDC-110VAC distribution panel with Plexiglas door for easyaccess. GALLEY (Port): The U-shaped Galley is located to port of the companionway. White Formica countertops and additional shelving plus drop-leaf counter Shipmate propane stove with oven & broiler gimbaled in a stainless steel enclosure. The stove can also be covered with an additional counter piece that hidesaway when not in use. Large, double stainless steel sink has pressure hot and coldwater and hand pump - also has a manual back-up pump in case of a power failure. Grunert AR-50 refrigeration with holding plates. Sliding louvered doors and a trashbin Glassrack, mugrack, kniferack, and dish locker. Hinckley logo acrylic glasses and coffee mugs for racks
12-DC volt and 110-volt AC systems: Gel-cell 100-amp/hr starting with 65-amp engine alternator for charging Gel-cell 450-amp/hr lighting batteries with 105-amp engine alternator for charging New house batteries (2013) Watertight 12-volt outlets 110-volt AC electrical system: Shore power with 110-volt inlet and 50' x 30 amp shore power cord with 30-15 amp adapter Xantex 1500 inverter (2008)
HRH built Yawl rig. Main mast has double spreaders, rod rigging, turnbuckle tensioners and Hallquick vang. The mizzen has single spreaders with rod rigging and running backstays. The boat is setup with cruising spinnaker gear and mizzen staysail equipment. Radar reflector is mounted under the radar on the mizzen (2) Harken MK IV roller-furling (New 2013) Schaefer block and tackle preventers SAILS: North full-batten Main - soft Norlam, 2009 North # 1Genoa – soft Norlam, 2009 North #2 Genoa -1989 North #3 Genoa - 1999 North radial Mizzen - 2011 North mizzen Staysail - 1989 North Gennaker - 1989 North Storm Jib & Tri-sail- 1999 (never used)  WINCHES Lewmar #58 ST electric primaries Barient #32 ST secondaries Barient #24 STC main halyard Barient #24 S jib halyard Barient #24 S spinnaker halyard Barient #24 ST reefing Barient #24 ST main sheet Barient #17 ST mizzen halyard Barient #17 ST mizzen staysail sheet Barient #17 ST mizzen sheet
2003 Westerbeke 55A FWC diesel engine 2/2:1 reduction gear Aquamet 22 stainless steel shaft with spurs 3-blade Max prop Electric oil change pump system 16,000 BTU Marineaire Air Conditioning, 3-zones Sealand VacuFlush Head, 1997 45-gallon stainless steel holding tank - Tank tender controls inside the head cabinet. 70-gallon water heater, 110-volt (2003) Grunert refrigeration, engine-driven/110-volt 
Ground Tackle: Ideal windlass with chain pipe CQR 45# plow anchor Danforth 20 HT anchor in chocks 250 ft 7/32 grade 80 chain + 200' anchor rode 5/8" x 200' nylon anchor rode Bow roller chock  Equipment: Teak flag staff Teak stem boarding ladder with bag Teak rigging rollers Teak boat hook - on deck mounted chocks Bosun's chair Saltwater deckwash Fresh water deckwash Outboard motor mount - on stern pulpit Plugs for seacocks Cowl vent closures (2) Horseshoe liferings with MOB lights (6) Life jackets MOM 9 module (4) Custom Plexan cabin porthole stormcovers - with s/s fasteners Lifesling Lensref radar reflector Avon MK 6-man life raft - deck mounted in pod (3) Fire extinguishers Spotlight Cable cutters Mast cover below decks Bell Hose Docklines Fenders Suncovers for lazarette, butterfly hatch, and steering wheel
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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