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News: Hinckley Picnic Boat 40

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  1. The Picnic Boat 40 By Hinckley
    The new improved Picnic Boat 40 from Hinckley is here and the yard is showing it off. This one is called "Champlain" and it's a beauty. The Picnic Boat 40 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.
  2. You will find a hull developed by Michael Peters Yacht Design. This yacht has been recently launched having conducted seatrials not too long ago, just before the memorable 4th of July celebrations. Her construction has been done in Aramid fiber e-glass along with carbon fiber and lightweight Corecell M foam for the inner core. The hull was infused and post-cured with epoxy resin for light weight characteristics.
  3. Performance will be quite good. This unit is fitted with a pair of Cummins QSB 6.7 each rated at approximately 480 horsepower connected to Hamilton 322 Waterjets. The 42-foot boat can fast cruise at around 30-knots but with optional higher power Cummins 550 horsepower engines she can attain a 38-knot top speed. The main deck is where most of the action will take place but if you are going on overnight runs, below deck has a comfortable eating area towards the bow that can easily be transformed into a queen sized bed. The table can be lowered or raised to the right height and a filler piece of mattress can be inserted to make the area into a bed. There is a skylight to fill the room with additional natural light and ports on the sides.

    For more information:

    Hinckley Yachts
    One Little Harbor Landing Portsmouth,
    Rhode Island 02871
    United States

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