Beauty. Brawn. Safety. Comfort. No Compromise.

Southwest Harbor, Maine (Sept. 23, 2020)—For those who love the classic lines and timeless style of a Hinckley, yet crave the capabilities and performance of the latest in cutting-edge outboard propulsion, we are delighted to announce the all new Hinckley 35.

Winner of multiple offshore racing trophies and naval architecture awards, Michael Peters Yacht Design has created an optimized hull shape with wider chines and strakes providing lift and stability for outboard-powered speeds up to 48 mph. Built to Hinckley’s exacting standards, the new model capitalizes on the yard’s 25 years of experience infusing carbon-fiber hulls—now laminated with post-cured epoxy—and is delivered with a lifetime hull warranty.

The 35 features a brand-new Hinckley innovation, the ClearView™ single-pane windshield, which positions the driver with best-in-class visibility in all directions. Whether maneuvering through tight marinas or docking in front of a crowd, skippers will appreciate a stress-free experience at the joystick controls of the varnished-teak helm station.

For family and guests, the Hinckley 35 offers a fast, stable ride as they relax on cozy saloon settees or the open-air of the deep cockpit. Below, a bright, comfortable, teak and holly cabin holds the promise of a cool refreshment, the chance to freshen up or even take a nap.

“The 35 represents a new chapter in Hinckley’s extraordinary story,” says Scott Bryant, VP of Sales and Marketing. “Its design and construction deliver new levels of speed, safety, and strength. Yet it still offers the timeless experience of style, comfort, and craftsmanship that a Hinckley owner deserves.”

Powered by Twin Mercury Verado or Yamaha 300 HP outboards, the 35 has a range of 300+ miles at 35 mph and will be available for summer 2021 delivery. 

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Hinckley has been building and servicing America’s finest yachts since 1928. Founded to build and care for the boats of the local lobstermen in Southwest Harbor, Maine, Hinckley quickly developed a reputation for unsurpassed quality and innovation. The years that followed saw the company building true classics of American yachting from the Bermuda 40 to the Picnic Boat. Each new Hinckley yacht carries with it the symbol, Talaria, which marks the swift pursuit of superior ideas. Today, Hinckley builds highly innovative, owner-driven, power and sailing yachts from 29 to 76 feet. Nine yacht care centers from Maine to Florida complete the Hinckley offering by providing service, refits, transportation and storage for a pinnacle ownership experience.

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