The All New Hinckley 35
Published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021
When Hinckley Yachts created the original Picnic Boat 25 years ago, they were determined to empower boaters to escape for a moment—or the day—with those that mean the most. With the Hinckley 35, the classic Hinckley design language has been combined with the benefits and performance of outboard propulsion.
Numerous offshore racing trophies and naval architecture awards are what set Michael Peters Yacht Design apart from others. Their team designed a perfectly balanced hull on the Hinckley 35, optimized for speed and comfort. The moderate transom deadrise and fine entry make her a joy to drive in a variety of conditions. On a hull optimized for outboard propulsion, 48 mph has never felt this good.
The new ClearView™ single-pane windshield provides best-in-class visibility and an unmatched driving experience. Enjoy unobstructed coastal views at speed or at rest at your favorite beach spot.
Craftsmanship abounds from every angle while the open air express style delivers the perfect place to relax with loved ones or entertain a group of friends. Cozy up in the curved settees fully protected from the sun while maintaining a connection to those in the cockpit. Ample storage below affords plenty of space for inflatable paddle boards, folding bikes, and water toys. Down below the spacious cabin is a perfect respite from the sun and weather.
Safety and Strength for Life
After 25 years of experience infusing carbon fiber boats, no one in the industry knows more than Hinckley when it comes to this process. Over the past several years, this process has evolved to include all the best properties of post-cured epoxy. A digitally-controlled oven stretches over 80’ where each Hinckley hull is post-cured to ensure a strong, fair hull for life. No one takes more care to ensure your safety on the water. It’s this process that allows Hinckley to offer a lifetime hull warranty on the Hinckley 35.
A version of this article appeared in the Winter Issue (Jan/Feb) 2021 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.
tags: New Boat Models