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1970 40 (ft.) HINCKLEY Bermuda 40

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General Information

Listing# 95727

Price
$129,500.00
Location
Newport Beach, CA, United States
Manufacturer
HINCKLEY
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1970
Category
Yawl
Designer
William Tripp, Jr.
Model
Bermuda 40
Status
Used
Length
40 (ft.)
Beam
11.67
LOA
40
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
46
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
496

General Details

The Hinckley Bermuda 40, designed by the late Bill Tripp, is perhaps one of the most revered sailboats ever produced and has enjoyed the longest production run of any fiberglass sailboat, with over 200 being built by the craftsmen at Hinckley’s Southwest Harbor, Maine yard.  Her near-perfect lines and classic style have stood the test of time.  She was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of Fame in 1995.  BLACK IRISH has been under the same ownership for over a decade, constantly maintained and lightly sailed.  Her scantlings are impressive and feature a solid fiberglass hull with no core.  She sails surprisingly well in light airs.  The diesel was replaced in 1991 with a higher horsepower version which offers superior performance under power.  Fully found and ready for a new owner.

BLACK IRISH was hauled & painted 6/12

Specifications

Accommodations
Traditional layout with L-shape galley aft to port.  Top load refer/freezer compartments opposite to starboard.  Comfortable main salon with extended drop leaf table.  Pull-out transom berths and outboard pilot berths port and starboard.  Next forward, the head separates the salon from the forward cabin with V-berths.  Spacious cockpit and wide side decks make sail handling easy.
Galley
Double s/s sink Shipmate 3-burner s/s stove w/oven Solendid shut off – (2) propane bottles Grunert refrigeration – top load 10 Gal s/s hot water heater Manual salt & fresh water foot pumps at galley sink
Navigation and Electronics
Icom VHF Simrad analog/digital wind direction Datamarine Corinthian II depth Datamarine Corinthian II boat speed log Robertson AP300X autopilot
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
(4) 6V house batteries (2009) (1) 12V start battery (2009) 40-Gal fuel tank – Monel 110-Gal water tank – s/s Whale Gusher manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump
Electrical Equipment
Override switch allows engine to be started from house batteries.  110V shore power system with 30 amp Constavolt, shore cord.  Separate electrical panel for outlets and charging system.
Deck and Hull
Construction:  Solid hand laid fiberglass hull, reinforced with additional laminations in all stress areas.  Solid fiberglass deck is set in a 6” flange which is molded into the hull, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint.  Non-skid pattern is molded into the deck.  External lead keel is fastened with stainless steel bolts and bronze centerboard operated by a wormgear with override in case of grounding. 8’ Zodiac inflatable w/Yamaha 4hp 4-stroke outboard (2003) Boarding ladder Cockpit cushions Varnished ensign staff Electric anchor windlass w/300’ chain & 35# CQR anchor Custom brass port light frames Cedar lined hanging locker Solid teak & holly cabin sole Long Hinckley drop leaf table Gloss varnish mahogany interior Black awlgrip topside paint  
Sails & Rigging
Aluminum main and mizzen masts with 1x19 s/s standing rigging to swaged terminals and turnbuckle tensioners. (2) Barient 28 primary winches (2) Barient 22 secondary winches (1) Barient 10 cabin top winch Main – Alden short panel (1991) Mizzen – Alden short panel (1991) Genoa – Alden short panel (1991) Full awning – mizzen to main Sail covers
Inventory Ashore
Force anchor #37 (2) Extra dorade vents V berth filler cushion Spare Wilcox Crittendon skipper head Short salon table w/extension Dodger frame Extensive spare parts inventory
Additional Equipment
(2) Horseshoe life rings
Remarks
The Hinckley Bermuda 40, designed by the late Bill Tripp, is perhaps one of the most revered sailboats ever produced and has enjoyed the longest production run of any fiberglass sailboat, with over 200 being built by the craftsmen at Hinckley’s Southwest Harbor, Maine yard.  Her near-perfect lines and classic style have stood the test of time.  She was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of Fame in 1995.  BLACK IRISH has been under the same ownership for over a decade, constantly maintained and lightly sailed.  Her scantlings are impressive and feature a solid fiberglass hull with no core.  She sails surprisingly well in light airs.  The diesel was replaced in 1991 with a higher horsepower version which offers superior performance under power.  Fully found and ready for a new owner. BLACK IRISH was hauled & painted 6/12
Exclusions
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht.  These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. 
Disclaimer
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only.  Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics, and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawl from market without notice.
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For complete details, contact Central Agent Dennis Moran at (714) 299-1286 or E-mail:  moran @ardell.com