Tuesday, March 12, 2013

The Hinckley Company

Join us April 13 & 14, 2012, 9am - 4pm at the Greenwich Boat Show!

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Inspect a Hinckley. You will see how every aspect of boat building comes together to create an original work of art. Hull construction, deck layout, joinery, salon and cockpit design are all integrated and rendered as a single concept. Take the helm of a Hinckley and you’ll experience a sense of power, control, and performance you’ve never known before.

Hinckley is offering Yachts, Power and Sail boats from 29' to 70'.  Here are some example of our fine crafted boats:


The beauty of the T29R is breathtaking both at rest and at play. Waterjet propulsion offers an easy, efficient, and environmentally sound way to carve through the water. A comfortable V-Berth forward cabin surrounds you in satin varnished cherry. And the sit-down steering console features a varnished teak dash – the ideal place from which to command over 35 knots of performance.


“As a functional design and as a stylistic statement, there is not one element that isn’t perfect.” One respected writer’s opinion, to be sure, but an assessment of the T40 MKII shared by many. And why not? The T40 MKII has all the requisite manners: impeccably crafted, easy-to-manage, powerful, safe and fast. The T40 MKII is indeed a perfect yachting experience.

T55 MKII Flybridge

With an elevated fly bridge, the T55 FB offers additional seating space for 6 passengers plus the helmsman. Below, the T55 FB is spacious, exquisitely finished, and perfect for entertaining. Two staterooms give overnight guests a sense of both roominess and privacy, ideal for those friends and family members who love the notion of feeling completely at home on the water.

You can view more information on Hinckley Boats at www.hinckleyyachts.com

Contact: Bob Jarrett rjarrett@hinckleyyachts.com (203) 600-8692
Address: One Little Harbor Landing, Portsmouth, RI  02871
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