Hinckley Yachts and world-renowned yacht designer Michael Peters teamed up to create the Hinckley 35, a twin outboard-powered boat that reflects the company’s commitment to craftsmanship and quality. From bow to stern, the 38-foot, 8-inch vessel (11-foot beam) is designed with the user experience in mind.
The Hinckley 35 is constructed with infused carbon epoxy, a strong resin material that is safe for the environment. The custom hull design is optimized for speed and comfort with a fine entry and moderate transom deadrise that makes the boat a pleasure to drive in any weather condition.
The ClearView single-pane windshield, a Hinckley innovation, provides unobstructed visibility in all directions, and advanced joystick control at the varnished teak helm station offers stress-free assistance to drivers at any level of experience. In addition, the open-air cockpit and cozy salon have plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the luxuriously appointed interior. The varnished teak accents and cabinetry along with a teak and holly sole invite friends and family to enjoy a cool drink or even grab a quick nap on the comfortable V-berth. A nicely equipped galley to port boasts a sink, microwave, cooktop, refrigerator/freezer, and lots of storage. To starboard, there’s a large head with additional storage space. The deep cockpit features an extra-large deck hatch that provides an abundance of storage space and easy access to water toys and other gear.
Powered by standard twin 300-hp Mercury Verado or Yamaha outboards, the Hinckley 35 can reach a top speed of 48 mph with engine upgrades to 350-hp. hinckleyyachts.com
Stay tuned for a full write up on the Hinckley 35 in a future issue of Southern Boating Magazine.