Greenwich Boat Show will make its return with a change of course as a 3-week long virtual event that will run April 5-25. This year’s adapted show format creates an extended opportunity for boaters and dealers to safely connect online, in-person and on-water ahead of a much-anticipated 2021 boating season.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
The Hinckley Company
Join us April 12
& 13, 2014, 9 am – 4 pm at the Greenwich Boat Show!
With a reputation for exquisite craftsmanship, innovation,
service and performance, the Hinckley Company has become synonymous with the
highest levels of yachting.
While the company is based in Portsmouth, Rhode Island,
Hinckley was born from Maine’s rich maritime heritage. That’s reflected in
their boats, from each vessel’s beautiful lines to its sturdy build, strong
enough to take on the challenges of the North Atlantic.
To see Hinckley’s innovation and craftsmanship, look no
further than their popular jetboat. Hinckley originated and perfected the
concept of a jetboat — a vessel powered by engines but propelled by waterjets. Jet
propulsion ensures reduced drag, greater fuel efficiency at high speeds and
environmental sensitivity. And remarkably shallow draft affords you easy access
to beaches, sandbars, and other secluded spots.
Hinckley’s boats feature classic shapes and dramatic lines,
but they’ve also merged the integration of new technologies into their
craftsmanship. The result is a fleet that articulates a timeless aesthetic and
the most advanced practices in yacht design and construction. For some examples
of Hinckley’s boats, check out the following:
Hinckley Picnic Boat
MKIII: This vessel’s strength comes from the most advanced hull
construction techniques in practice today. And it features new technological
and design elements that make it the most exciting picnic boat ever crafted by
Hinckley. A raised pilothouse deck delivers superior visibility, seated or standing,
giving captains a more commanding view, and a sense of connection to the
environment. Relaxing and entertaining are taken to a new level with a
spacious, open-deck design and step-up pilothouse deck ideal for lounging with
loved ones or serving a small party of friends. And with power hatches and side
windows with push-button control, it’s easy to keep everyone onboard
42: Hinckley’s DS42 has an Old World elegance that is immediately apparent
in her 13 feet of overhangs and carbon fiber spars meticulously painted to a
wood-like finish. The cockpit, while maintaining a traditional feel,
accommodates six to eight passengers and provides a comfortable helm seat for
single-handed sailing. This vessel is perfectly designed for days on the harbor
and nights with guests, anchored in a tranquil bay.