PICNIC BOAT 40 S
With new SilentJet technology, the Picnic Boat 40 S is a fresh recipe for the classic Picnic. The Picnic Boat 40 S brings a fresh perspective on the most successful Hinckley series ever built. In nearly 90 years of building the world’s most iconic yachts, Hinckley set a new standard with the Picnic Boat that has captured imaginations everywhere. Beautiful lines, innovative systems, and thoroughbred performance are hallmarks.
The Sound of Silence
Meet the industry’s most luxurious new hybrid yacht. Imagine a sun-drenched afternoon with friends and loved ones. You depart the marina in complete silence. As you head into open water, the only noise onboard is happy conversation, the sound of rushing water beneath your personalized Hinckley, and nearby wildlife. Your “to-do” list? Simple. Let the boat think for you. Meet the new Picnic Boat 40 S—a new hybrid upgrade of our iconic Picnic Boat that runs in full silence with our trademarked SilentJet technology. Experience your destination without the distraction of mechanical noise, while the zero draft of a Hinkley also lets you disappear to that secluded beach in the Abacos, a cove in Maine, or anywhere in between. We’ve innovated the best of both worlds—the range of diesel with electric power. The result? Say goodbye to diesel fumes and hello to the ride of the future.
The hull of the new Picnic Boat 40 S was designed by top naval architect Michael Peters and is built in Maine. Hull construction combines an inner layer of carbon laid bow to stern with a companion outer layer of Kevlar for bulletproof puncture resistance. The cloth is laid up dry into the mold which allows fibers to be aligned to the computer-designed load paths. The structural grid is also dry laid up inside the hull mold and then everything is infused with epoxy at once to form a chemically bonded structure of incredible strength and durability. Our confidence in this approach is why we are unique among production and semi-custom builders in guaranteeing our hulls and decks for life.
This focus on advanced composite materials and dry-laid single bond epoxy infusion results in a yacht of tremendous strength, seaworthiness and beauty. Weight savings in the hull structure allow for the signature teak woodworking accents which are Hinckley hallmarks. The innovations in hull materials allow us to provide the luxury on deck and below deck which our owners and their families love.
The powered hull-side door eases entry onto the boat and unlike all other hull side doors in the market, it can be remotely opened as you approach. Once opened, it stows inside the hull completely so that no cockpit space is sacrificed.
Inside, the completely reimagined layout features seamless flow from transom to helm, plentiful lounge space, a wet bar, and full sun covereage by SureShade. Digital switching allows you to easily transition the electronics from day mode to night mode at the touch of a button on the multifunction display. Dynamic steering adjusts the steering tension and controls lock to lock range as you change speed. The completely redesigned Jetstick 3 allows easy navigation through tight turns and docking at tricky marinas.
|LENGTH, HULL||39' 10"|
|LENGTH, WATERLINE||36' 3 "|
|FUEL CAPACITY||375 U.S. gallons|
|WATER CAPACITY||80 U.S. gallons|
|ENGINE||Twin Cummins QSB 6.7 480hp diesels|
|JETS||Twin Hamilton HTX 30|
|CONSTRUCTION||All new Hinckley TriGuard® Epoxy Construction: E-glass outer skin with Corecell M foam core. Carbon fiber inner skin. Infused and post-cured with Epoxy resin using Seaman Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP®). Deck: E-glass outer and inner skin with closed cell foam core. Laminated using Seaman Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP®).|
|CRUISING SPEED||35 knots with optional power|
|TOP SPEED||38 knots with optional power|
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