- YW#: 3159210
- Year: 2002
- Model: 36EP
- Boat Name: REDEEMER
- Current Price: 295000 USD
- Location: Georgetown, SC
- Size: 36 ft
- Material: Fiberglass
- Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
This is an extremely clean well maintained 2002 Hinckley 36EP Picnic. It has been maintained to the highest of standards and no expense has been spared. The boat has spent the majority of its life in the NE in freshwater and inside in the winter. The current owner has kept the boat on a lift for the past few years and it shows like new. It is powered by a Yanmar 440hp diesel engine that only has 400 hours and has been fully serviced in November of 2017.
The boat has a new coat of bottom paint, new varnish on exterior brightwork and it has been fully detailed at the end of November 2017. New and updated items in 2015 include: Garmin Electronics with Radar, Fusion Stereo and Helm Chairs recovered.
Call us today for more information and to schedule a showing. Click on full specs for more information and a link to high resolution pictures.
ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
Engine Model: 6LY2A-STP
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 400
Drive Type: Jet
Engine Power: 440|horsepower
The cabin on “REDEEMER” is entered via a teak hinged companionway with lift up lid to port forward. The cabin features a queen size vee berth forward and a small galley aft to port. Aft to starboard is the head. The cabin features four opening portholes and one opening Plexiglas hatch to the foredeck. Ample storage is provided by two hanging lockers with drawers and under step storage. Storage is also available under the bed. Equipment seen in the cabin includes the following:
The galley features the following equipment:
The head features a gloss varnished teak countertop, fiberglass decks, painted wood overheads, teak trim, and under mounted porcelain sink. A vacu-flush toilet is fitted aft. Two reading style lights are fitted. Aft in the overhead is a drop down panel for access to the back of the helm station electronics. Aft is a switch for a black water pump and a Tank Watch for a tank monitored panel. A small 12-volt DC fan is provided. All the way forward is a varnished teak hatch leading to the chain bin and anchor windlass. Under the vee berth bunk is access to the bow thruster and gear oil header tank.
Deck Layout and Electronics
"REDEEMER" has a partially enclosed helm station forward on the main deck. It is open to the aft deck. Forward is the companionway to the accommodations and forward starboard is the helm. Two helm chairs on painted high/low pedestals are fitted. Port aft is a bench seat with cushions. A folding teak table is fitted on high/low pedestal.
At the helm are various switches for onboard equipment and the VDO engine temperature gauge, VDO oil pressure gauge, VDO fuel gauge, VDO rudder angle indicator, and VDO tachometer. To starboard is the control console where the Hinckley joystick control is fitted. Directly below is a single lever Kobelt throttle control and aft is a single lever Kobelt forward and reverse control used for backflushing the jet system. On the face of the panel is the engine start/stop switch. Also seen is an ACR model #RCL100 point pad for the spotlight.
Additional equipment at the helm includes:
Ritchie magnetic compass
2 Garmin GPSMAP 7608 Screens (GPS/Depth and Radar)
Raymarine model #ST60 TriData multifunction display
Raymarine model #ST6001 Plus autopilot
Standard Horizon VHF radio with DSC.
Air Conditioning at the helm
Below the helm is the DC and AC main breaker panel. Small cabinets outboard to starboard provide access for storage and to the Rolls Royce control module for the Hinckley Jet Stick system. Aft to starboard is an additional panel where the four main battery switches are located along with ANL fuses for the windlass, bow thruster, DC panel, and inverter. Further aft are two 30amp shore power inlets for air conditioning and ship’s service. Below the shore power inlets are two wand style courtesy showers. Aft below the outboard bench seat is a round lift up panel containing the propane cylinder. Forward is a lift up storage compartment with hand portable fire extinguisher.
The helm area features nonskid decks, varnished bulkheads, teak trim, and vinyl overheads. Four Bomar Plexiglas hatches provide illumination and ventilation. Port and starboard are sliding glass windows. Forward the windscreens are served by AFI electric windshield wipers and washers. Two 12-volt DC ventilation fans are mounted high outboard of the windows. To port forward is a Marine Air control panel for the cockpit air conditioning, a Mobile Power alternator driven 110-volt system for the air conditioning, and the shore power inlet breaker for the air conditioning system. In a small cabinet aft is access to the fan coil. Two marinized speakers are fitted.
Moving aft is an electrically lifted hatch given access to the engine compartment. When the hatch is closed, it features forward and aft bench seating, a small fiberglass sink with hot and cold running water, and a Force 10 propane stainless steel barbecue.
Aft is the main engine compartment. It features a single Yanmar diesel model #6LY2A-S TP, 257-kW, engine serial #M50900. It is close coupled to a ZF transmission model #ZF220, serial #2002373 with a gear ratio of 1.237:1. The exhaust system for the engine is done with flexible rubber exhaust hose leading aft to the Hamilton jet drive compartment to a water drop fiberglass muffler with overboard dry and wet discharge.
The main engine has 400 hours on the analog meter at the console. Belt driven off of the front of the engine is an auxiliary alternator to power the Mobile Power 110-volt system that serves the air conditioning when the vessel is under way. There is no generator onboard. The engine is served by a Yanmar remote fuel water separator filter. The engine is mounted on rubber lined isolation mounts. A large bronze sea strainer through-hull fitting provides raw water cooling to the engine. Port aft is a Reverso oil change system 12-volt serving the transmission and engine. The engine output shaft leads aft through the bulkhead to the jet drive located below the aft bench seat.
Forward in the engine compartment are the main battery ANL fuses for alternator, battery 1, and battery 2. In the aft compartment is the Hamilton Jet system. It is model #292, serial #291. It is direct driven off the back of the engine. A small hydraulic cylinder is fitted to raise and lower the reversing bucket. A Sea Star steering cylinder is fitted with angle indication pickups for the Rolls Royce system, helm position indication, and the Raymarine automatic pilot. A cleanout fitting is provided atop the jet drive for access to the impeller while the vessel is in the water in the event of blockage. Outboard to port is a single battery for main engine start. Outboard to starboard are two 8D maintenance free batteries for the house loads.
Forward of the batteries is a single ANL fuse protecting the bank. Outboard to starboard is seen a single through-hull transducer in a small molded pocket. Up against the aft bulkhead are control solenoids and a control junction box for the jet stick system. Just forward of the jet drive compartment are two small screwed and gasketed hatches leading to the sender plates.
“REDEEMER” is powered by a 440-hp Yanmar model $#6LY2A-S TP, 257-kW, engine serial #M50900#6LYN-STE freshwater cooled turbo charged marine diesel, rated at 213-kW at 3100 RPM continuous duty and 257-kW at 3300 RPM maximum. The main engine drives a Hamilton Jet model #291 drive unit. Main engine serial #: M50900 Engine hours: 400
Jet drive serial #: 291 The main engine exhaust is a water injected cast iron riser to an inline fiberglass muffler with exhaust out the transom. The main engine controls are Hinckley Jet Stick with Kobelt throttle and forward/reverse controls.