QUEEN MAB is offered for sale and is an example of one of the Hinckley Company’s most timeless designs. A Sparkman and Stephens design, she is a classic 4-berth sloop with a low-hour 1991 Westerbeke 35B engine. Professionally maintained varnish, beautiful hull and deck.
Specializing in Used Hinckley Boat Sales for over 33 years, please call me, BOB POOLER (Brokerage Manager): 207-244-5531 or E-mail: email@example.com for more information on the used Hinckley power or sailboat market.
HINCKLEY BROKERAGE OFFICES:
Broker: Bob Pooler Cell: 207-460-7589 or firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 207-244-5531
Broker: Wythe Ingebritson Cell: 207-664-8111 or email@example.com Office: 207-244-5531
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Broker: Brad Holbrook Cell: 404-406-9518 or email@example.com Office: 410-263-0095
Broker: Jennifer Richards Cell: 443-852-0707 or firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 772-403-5387
Broker: Jennifer Richards Cell: 443-852-0707 or email@example.com Office: 239-261-2879
Broker: Marty Letts Cell: 231-330-3680 or firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 231-526-4378
Please contact Bob Pooler at 207-244-5531
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Marca del motor: Westerbeke
Año de construcción: 1991
Modelo del motor: 35B fwc 3-cylinder diesel
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de horas del motor: 706
Hélice: Hélice 3 palas
Tipo de transmisión: Transmisión directa
Potencia del motor: 32 HP
Velocidad de crucero: 6 Nudos
Velocidad máxima: 7 Nudos
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: (70 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: (35 Galones)
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: 1
Número de literas simples: 4
Número de camarotes: 2
Número de aseos: 1
QUEEN MAB is a 1968 Hinckley Pilot 35 Sloop with a 4-berth vanished mahogany interior that has been continuously upgraded and professionally maintained throughout her lifetime. A long list of these improvements is available.
HULL and DECK
Black Awlgrip topsides
White Awlgrip deck and house – molded nonskid on working-deck surfaces.
Single White boottop
Gold cove stripe
Red bottom paint
Hand laid fiberglass hull with 6” horizontal flange to receive deck. Fiberglass deck is cored with end grain balsa and is bolted and fiberglassed into this hull flange.
Full external 4200-lb. lead keel.
Varnished teak toe rails, deck trim, handrails, cockpit coaming, dorade and hatch boxes,
Stainless steel stemhead with integral chocks, bow and stern pulpits and stanchions with single lifelines and gates.
Two dorade vents - varnished teak with plexiglass covered tops and stainless steel cowls.
White translucent hatch cover over forward hatch with screen.
Aft deck propane and lazarette storage lockers with varnished teak hatch covers.
Custom varnished teak boat hook storage deck mount
Chrome plated bronze deck hardware
Cockpit Dodger – Oyster Sunbrella – with elkhide covered handrail
Varnished teak drink holder
Edson fold-down cockpit table
Scandvik hot/cold cockpit shower
Large top-opening watertight seats with molded in non-skid tops over deep sail and storage locker spaces.
Varnished teak cockpit coaming has port and starboard winch pockets.
Self-draining cockpit scuppers.
Varnished teak companionway forwardwith screens.
Forward bulkhead mounted navigation instruments and sheet winch
Edson binnacle wheel steering - has a stainless steel binnacle guard
Destroyer-type steering wheel has elkhide covered rim
Mounted, covered Danforth Constellation compass.
Wheel and binnacle cover
Engine and navigation gauges are visible from the helm.
From the forward cockpit, entry into the interior accommodations is through the companionway hatch into the aft Main Cabin area. The companionway steps are movable for access to the engine area behind.
LAYOUT PLAN features the 4-Berth layout and includes:
MAIN CABIN - Galley and Nav Areas aft, with Main Salon forward.
HEAD - Forward to port.
HANGING LOCKER – Forward to starboard.
The bright comfortable Interior is finished in varnished mahogany and a varnished teak and holly sole.
UltraSuede covered cushions
Integrated teak handrails – port and starboard.
All Danish stainless steel cabin lighting
Forward Cabin - V-berth with outboard shelves, lockers underneath, a small changing seat with storage below, and access to the hanging locker. The forward cabin has portholes to port and starboard, along with the traditional Hinckley-style forward-looking porthole, and a large hatch with screen.
Head Area - Next aft is the Head to port and hanging locker to starboard. Formica countertop with stainless steel sink and hot and cold pressure water with shower. The Raritan PH II head is plumbed to a holding tank with y-valve and macerator pump system. There is storage outboard. Ventilation is through a dorade cowl vent and an opening port with integral screen.
Main Salon - Deep port and starboard settee/berths, a large bulkhead fold-fold teak dining table, and generous lockers and shelves port and starboard. Custom varnished teak bookshelves forward.
Galley Area – is last aft, with a large ice box, hot and cold pressure water high neck faucet and a hand-pumpat stainless steel sink, and athree-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven. White Formica countertop with dry food and pots/pans storage below and additional storage for dishes outboard.
Navigation Area – Separate locker over for navigational charts is convenient to the cockpit and located above the ice box to starboard, which serves as a large navigation area while underway. There is a chart light over for nighttime navigation. Aft are the electrical and systems panels. A custom swing-out electronics display mount allows access from both the nav station and the cockpit.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Robertson AP II Autopilot
Raymarine RL72C Radar/Chartplotter/GPS – on custom swing-out mount
Standard Horizon Quest-X GS1500S VHF – with remote full function RAM+ microphone in stbd winch pocket
Datamarine Corinthian knot/depth/wind meter
Inclinometer – to bulkhead
SAILS and RIGGING
Sloop rig with white Awl Grip aluminum spars.
Standing rigging is 1x19 stainless steel wire, swaged terminals and turnbuckle tensioners.
Harken MK II roller-furling headstay.
Harken #1576 traveler
Hall quick Vang.
All rope halyards
Topping lift for spinnaker
Antalslide genoa slide
Schaefer twin sheet lead genoa cars
Oyster Sunbrella sail cover
(2) #44 CST – Lewmar primaries
(1) #40 C – Lewmar
(1) #30 Lewmar – mast
(1) winch - mast
Main sail – North, fully-battened with batt slides
135% Genoa – North, Norlam, roller furling
Gennaker – North, Cruising true radial .75 oz with snuffer + ATN Systems “tacker”.
12-volt electrical system:
Three Optima Blue top AGM D34 12-volt 750-amp CCA batteries (2010) – 1-start and 2-house, with 3-way switch
Charged by Balmar 91-100A alternator/regulator with Zap-stop protector.
West Marine Combiner + Monitor & battery comb.
Circuit breaker distribution panel and master cut-off switch.
12-volt mounted bulkhead lights.
1991 Westerbeke 35B FWC 32-hp 3-cylinder diesel
(706.3 hrs 9/2016) - new hour meter 2004)(45.4 hrs in 1993.)
Maxi 3-blade 14” SS prop
Remote oil filter for engine with easily accessible T-handle vacuum gauge
Engine raw water pump
Fresh water pump
Automatic electric bilge pump.
Hand bilge pump
6-gallon hot water heater.
Holding tank – Aluminum with 3-way valve and 12-volt macerator pump
Sealand Tank Watch system
Fireboy extinguishing system
Xintex S-2 propane/CNG sensor
Simpson-Lawrence Sprint 1000 electric anchor windlass
Delta #35 anchor in anchor bow roller with chain to nylon rode
Fortress FX-16 anchor
Teak boarding swim ladder
Lifesling rescue system
MOM 8-A Safety Rescue System
Safety harnesses – Custom Brion Toss Climbing harness & ATN Top Climber system
Wooden safety plugs
Fenders and docklines
Custom mahogany boat hook
Ensign and staff
Weems & Plathe ships clock and barometer.
Mahogany outboard motor bracket
Mahogany shroud rollers
West Marine inflatable dinghy
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.