"IRIS" presents a rare opportunity to own one of the very limited 117 original Hinckley Pilot 35's ever made. These classic boats rarely appear on the open market and even more rarely in the immediately sail-able, restored condition of the Iris, as offered by her single owner of the past 12 years.
Trendsetting at the time of their first launch, and still class-leading today, the original Sparkman & Stephen Pilot 35 design was an instant classic for Hinckley and "laid the keel" for the Hinckley legacy that endures today.
The Iris, presently yarded at Brewer's Boatyard in Freeport, Maine, has just received seasonal maintenance, to include bottom stripping, fresh barrier coating, fresh anti fouling and fresh varnishing of all exterior trim.
Iris displays a beautifully maintained interior, bespeaking the original hand-craftsmanship of Hinckley's legendary Southwest Harbor, Maine boatyard and the unmatched quality of its Maine craftsmen.
The Iris deserves your personal inspection to truly appreciate her numerous features and upgrades. Owner want her sold, come see her!
Selling or buying, we are ready to assist.
Willie Thomas 207-415-1004
Please contact Willie Thomas at 207-415-1004
Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Constructeur: Hinckley Yachts
Architecte: Sparkman & Stephens
Pavillon: United States
Quille: Quille pleine
Forme de la coque: Monocoque
Marque moteur: Yanmar
Année de construction: 2000
Modèle moteur: 3GM30F
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Hélice: Hélice tripale
Type de transmission: Prise directe
Puissance moteur: 27 HP
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: 2 Acier inoxydable (35 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: 1 (35 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: 1 (10 Gallons)
Nombre de couchettes simples: 1
Nombre de couchettes doubles: 2
Nombre de cabines: 1
Nombre de toilettes: 1
Compas - (Kelvin White Constellation Compass)
Centrale de navigation
Génois sur enrouleur - 130% Genoa on Harken roller furler
Grand voile full batten - (new 2000)
Barres à roue - (Edson aluminum steering pedestal)
WC marin - Upgraded & new in 2000)
Pompe de cale électrique - (Rule submersible bilge pump)
Réfrigérateur - (stainless steel lined)
Prise de quai - (30 amp inlet for 120-volt AC - starboard aft of cockpit)
Circuit électrique: 12V
Coussins de cockpit
Taud de grand voile
The Iris sleeps 5 comfortably with 2 in master cabin and 3 on pull-out double and single settees in main salon
Master cabin forward features privacy with double v-berth (with insert)
Master cabin features two lockers and two bookshelves with access through re-finished mahogany doors in forward bulkhead to chain locker with storage shelf
Cabin Layout Iris features traditional cabin layout with aft cockpit, companionway center line, main salon and forward master cabin
Galley to port separated by partial bulkhead
Charts/electronics station to starboard separated by partial bulkhead
Re-finished fold-down mahogany table drops down between port & starboard settees and stows against the forward bulkhead
Main salon features two full-length hanging lockers to starboard with re-finished mahogany doors
Herreshoff-style interior re-finished (2000) in antique white, all mahogany trim re-finished/re-varnished, all interior hardware re-bedded
Center companionway leads forward to re-finished & upgraded head (2000) with non-skid floor and re-finished mahogany doors.
Wide companionway entry from the cockpit has a re-finished/re-varnished varnished teak hatch cover plus two teak washboards which slide into bronze channels. Custom teak-trimmed screens.
Interior cushions re-built (2000) with Sunbrella covers in toast with leather piping
Iris features a full, well-appointed galley, with like-new upgrades during 2000 overhaul
Galley/chart station counter is a laminate with stainless steel edging and mahogany fiddles.
Galley cabinets are ample for dishes, glassware, pots/pans, wine storage for 9 bottles
Food pantry is two-tiered for dry goods
Stainless Steel sink & faucet (installed new 2000)
Stainless Steel lined ice box with shelf and interior drain boards.
Matched pair of Corian countertop extensions, in white with mahogany trim
Excellent natural light and ventilation from the Companionway, 25 x 25 opening overhead hatch, two opening port-lights, and three fixed port-lights.
Electric lighting is provided by four handsome polished chrome Frigast fixtures, one at each end of the settees.
Additional lighting is discreetly provided by a low-profile dome light above the shelf behind each settee.
Two polished chrome oil lamps on mahogany mounts mid-cabin above each settee, one to port and one to starboard.
Full-length shelf above each settee provides abundant stowage for frequently accessed items.
The sloped back of each settee houses three stowage compartments, six in total
One small stowage compartment plus two battery banks under the starboard settee.
Two large drawers and one small stowage compartment under the port settee.
Brightly varnished mahogany dining table folds against the forward port bulkhead when not in use. Easily swings down into place for cabin dining or desktop function.
Cabin heat is provided by Espar FHA diesel-fired heater with remote thermostat serving both the main salon and forward cabin. These are fantastic and provide a nice dry heat on a cold morning.
Iris' head was overhauled & upgraded during main overhaul (2000)
Opening port-light provides natural light and ventilation.
Electric light with shade located above sink illuminates entire bathroom
Non-skid floor and floor drain
Jabsco large-size head with manual pump with Y-valve to plastic tank
Stainless steel sink set in laminate countertop
Mahogany paneled door accesses two-tiered outboard compartment for stowing toiletries
Full-length mahogany trimmed mirror
Teak waste basket with lid
Sump pump control for shower drain
Engine & Propulsion
New Yanmar GM30F, 3-cylinder FWC diesel installed during the boat's overhaul in 2000
Delivers 27 HP @3600 RPM
Fresh water cooled, normally aspirated
Known to be newly installed during 2000 boatyard upgrade
Fuel system includes 30 gallon stainless steel tank, located in sump under engine
Fuel system features a Racor 500MA water separator installed on starboard bulkhead, forward of engine
All engine mounts re-bedded in 2000
Exhaust & hosing re-installed/replaced in 2000
New propeller and shaft installed during 2000 overhaul
Fenders with Polartec covers
Horseshoes lifebouys - mounted port & starboard on stern pulpit
All New in 2000
Sunbrella dodger & sailcover (linen)
Sunbrella cockpit cushions
Deck awlgripped in eggshell white with new non-skid
All deck hardware re-bedded and refastened
All exterior brightwork stripped and re-varnished
Awlgripped Ed son steering column
Awlgripped mast & boom
Pope fully battened main (new 2000)
130% Genoa on Harken roller furler
New Datamarine depthsounder and knotmeter (installed 2000)
New VHF radio (installed 2000)
Rigging & Winches
Winch Hardware Features
Two Barient 28SSt winches installed in the cockpit
Two Barient 19SST winches mounted on deck
Three Barient winches mounted on mast
Lewmar 40CST winch (new 2000) installed starboard side of cabin
Two Spin Lock line stoppers mounted port side of cabin
(One) Stainless Steel 35 gallon fuel tank mounted underneath engine
(Two) Stainless Steel 35 gallon fresh water tank
(Two) Vetus vinyl 100-liter water tanks (mounted in each of the cockpit lockers)
Iris, was substantially overhauled with numerous upgrades and replacements during extensive boatyard overhaul in 2000. She has been meticulously cared for by a conscientious husband/wife ownership team, rewarding her owners with exceptional years of unforgettable coastal cruising, precisely the kind of sailing for which the Hinckley Pilot 35 was conceived and designed.
Offered through the expert brokerage of Yacht Sales Network, Iris presents a rare opportunity for the discriminating sailor to acquire a true Hinckley sailing classic in excellent, sail-away condition.
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.