HINCKLEY 37 MK III PINIC BOAT

Hinckley invented an entirely new class of boat with the introduction of the original Picnic Boat nearly 25 years ago. This iconic (Hinckley Picnic Boat) features several groundbreaking innovations we welcome you to explore.  The MK III is the latest version of this modern classic and this boat is a superb low hour example (212 engine hours) with a complete service history.  FALCON 111 is a very lightly used (Hinckley MK III) Jet Boat.  She has been lift kept on the brackish waters of Chesapeake Bay her entire life and has been professionally maintained with an open checkbook since new.  Her knowledgeable owners have made some thoughtful improvements to this superbly optioned yacht.  One such improvement is the asymmetric table that provides space for four to dine in the pilothouse.  Another clever modification is the custom armrests located at the forward end of the pilothouse settees.  These armrests give the settees a more luxurious feel.  If you are looking for a like new Hinckley Picnic Boat MK III at a fraction of the price of new you owe yourself a trip to Chestertown.  212 Engine hours Island Berth Helm Deck Air Custom Table Generator Full Jet Service by Hamilton Jet ( 5 hours of run time since)

Flag Blue Hinckley Picnic Boat 37 MK III for sale

Hinckley 37 MK III on the hard in Chestertown, MD

BOAT SPECS

  • Year : 2013
  • Price : us$740,000 *
  • Location chestertown, md, united states
  • Length : 37′

ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION:

Dimensions
LOA: 36 ft 11 in
Beam: 11 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 1 in
Displacement: 19000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 740 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2013
Engine Model: 8LV V8
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 212
Drive Type: Jet Drive
Engine Power: 370 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2013
Engine Model: 8LV V8
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 209
Drive Type: Jet Drive
Engine Power: 370 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (220 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of heads: 1

Carpentry

  • Galley Countertop – Corinan
  • Head Countertop – Varnished Cherry
  • Berth Layout – Queen Berth

Paint and Gel-coat Colors

  • Deck Color – Cream with contrasting nonskid
  • Hull Color – Awlgrip – Flag Blue
  • Boot Top Color – Double – Oyster White
  • Bottom Color – Red

 

Fabric

  • Helm and Passenger Seats – Ultra-leather “Ivory”
  • Pilothouse, Cockpit & Forward Berth Cushions – Ralph Lauren Patio Stripe Blue
  • Drop Curtain – Stamoid/Eisenglass – Sand
  • Window, Windshield, and Aft Weather Covers – Sand

 

Carpentry

  • Picnic Boat queen Island berth arrangement
  • Teak Pilothouse and cockpit sole
  • Oversized leaf for pilothouse table with break apart hinges to allow for stowage
  • Insulated and drained ice chest in pilothouse 8″ deep with teak top
  • Additional table socket in the cockpit for receiving the Pilothouse table
  • 55 bow rail

Mechanical

  • Additional air conditioning for pilothouse (as well as for cabin)
  • Onan 9 kw generator with sound shield
  • Yanmar 8LV 370 Hp engines in lieu of standard 320 hp

Electrical

  • 22 inch Sole HD LCD mounted on bulkhead aft of bunk – picture source is upgraded stereo with DVD player
  • 2 speakers in cockpit with dedicated amplifier and fader controls
  •  2 OceanLed blue underwater transom lights
  • Upgraded Raymarine Navigation Display Package at helm.
  • Raymarine e-series mutlifunction display at helm in lieu of standard e125
  • Raymarine bluetooth remote with lanyard for simple access to frequently used functions.

Sewing

  • Bimini – Hinckley Designed multibow bimini with hold up arms
  • Mosquito drop curtains for aft end of pilothouse

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http://www.forbesyachts.com/index.php/yachts/our-yachts

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