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ON DISPLAY at the NEWPORT BROKERAGE BOAT SHOW, Sept. 13-16, at the Newport Shipyard, Newport, RI.
SERENITY is a 2002 Stars and Stripes Blue T-44 with brand new UltraLeather Stidd seats (2018), 8 kW genset, air conditioning, full entertainment system and many custom carpentry options below decks. This twin-engine, waterjet-driven hardtop cruiser was developed for comfortable cruising and entertaining.
Yanmar 6LY2A-STP FWC
2002 1526.00 HRS 440.00 HP
2002 1526.00 HRS 440.00 HP
The pilothouse has three forward tempered-glass fixed windows with windshield wipers and washers (with custom drain valve). Pilothouse side windows slide open, providing communication to the dock and ventilation.
Forward to starboard is the helm area with varnished teak dash housing the engine controls, nav instruments and gauges. Steering wheel is 15” teak rimmed. The Stidd Slimline powered helm seat (new, 2018) slides forward/aft and pivots. Outboard of the helm seat is a varnished teak shelf with fiddle, which houses the JetStick and cup holder, and there is a 12-volt outlet near the key switch. Below this shelf is a varnished louvered-door locker with shelf and dividers. A custom electronics locker is outboard, forward of the helm step, with switches and automatic light.
Forward on center is the companionway to the interior accommodations below. The companionway door is varnished teak with the top 1/3 louvered. Companionway top is a bi-fold and can be removed and stored.
Forward to port is a navigator/passenger area, a gloss-varnished dash and a custom chart locker, 110-volt outlet and an NMEA connection. The navigator’s chair is a Stidd Slimline electric pedestal seat, covered in Ultraleather with a footrest, that slides forward/aft, up/down, and pivots (new, 2018). Outboard is a varnished teak shelf with fiddle and chart light. The main DC/AC electrical panel is under this shelf. A 12-volt and a 110-volt outlet are in this area, as well as a chart light on a flexible arm mounted above the DC panel.
Aft to port is an L-shaped cushioned settee and a varnished teak table (with padded protective cover). This table is mounted on a chrome pedestal that drops down to form an additional bunk with cushion when needed. There is a custom storage bag for the tall table pedestal when not in use. Aft to starboard is a second cushioned L-shaped settee. A varnished teak shelf surround is outboard of the settees.
The interior layout includes the main salon with galley and dining area, a head/shower and a private master cabin forward.
Amidship, the main salon has the galley to starboard and a U-shaped dinette to port. The cabin is finished in satin-varnished cherry, white fabric and varnished cherry battens overhead, and a varnished teak and tulip sole (with cabin-sole cover). All lockers have louvered doors.
To starboard of the companionway is a U-shaped galley.
To port of the companionway is a U-shaped dining area that comfortably seats five. Cushions are covered in navy blue Ultrasuede (2012). The varnished cherry dining table with padded cover is on a polished Stidd chrome pedestal that manually slides up/down, allowing the table to convert to a double berth. The drop-down position incorporates a matching cloth-covered filler cushion. Outboard are louvered lockers, an entertainment center, storage alcove with removable fiddle and stereo speakers and an opening portlight. Aft of the dinette is a bulkhead storage locker with light. Additional lighting is provided by two Frigast stainless steel lamps with dimmers, plus a lamp over the dining table.
Aft of the forward stateroom is a separate head area to port with Vacuflush head and a shower area to starboard, both with opening ports and deck hatches.
The separate head area has light cream-colored fiberglass sole with molded-in non-skid. Bulkheads are satin varnished cherry.
The shower area has a Cream Formica bulkhead and fiberglass sole with molded-in non-skid. Outboard is a watertight divided storage/towel locker, just over the oiled-teak shower seat.
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Shower Area Features:
The master cabin, forward, is satin varnished with cherry sheathing, paneled cherry doors and louvered cherry locker doors.
The centerline queen berth has a handcrafted mattress of custom latex plush with 8.5” deluxe pillow-top cover and custom bedding.
Long cherry shelves are outboard of the queen berth on both sides. There are (3) storage drawers below the bed. Outboard, port and starboard, are storage compartments with lift-up tops. Port and starboard are cedar-lined louvered door hanging lockers aft of the queen berth, with on/off lighting and bookshelves above. The port hanging locker has three removable shelves.
Lighting is provided by an overhead dome light, as well as Frigast lamps with rheostats mounted on the forward bulkhead. Storage includes double doors forward to the chain/rope locker. There is a large centerline deck hatch with screen, plus oval opening ports starboard and port, for plenty of extra light and ventilation.
Custom Computer System:
Twin 2002 Yanmar 6LY2A-STP diesel 440 hp 6-cylinder in-line engines with ZF 301C 1.4:1 reverse/reduction gear, Aqua Drive CV shaft system, twin Hamilton 322 waterjets and stainless steel trim tabs. Mathers electric single-lever controls and synchronizer control the engine RPMs and transmission. Steering wheel with custom power steering. Patented Hinckley JetStick® control system integrates forward and aft motion of the boat, steering and the 10” electric bow thruster.
The pilothouse roof has a custom Hinckley mast (painted to match house) that supports a flag halyard, anchor/steaming light, antennae, air horn and aft deck flood light. Varnished teak handrails on the cabin trunk and pilothouse roof provide easy access for boarding or for going to the foredeck. An ingenious foredeck locker has a custom stainless steel cleat with backing plate and a custom anchor arm that can be pivoted to deck launch position.
Stars and Stripes Blue Awlgrip topsides, Cream Gelcoat deck and cabin top with molded-in non-skid, Cream double water line stripe, and Black bottom.
DualGuard™ Composite Construction and SCRIMP Process:
Hinckley’s DualGuard™ construction has a skin coat of chopped E-glass mat in low-shrink Vinylester resin, an outer skin of Kevlar/E-glass, a core of end grain resin-sealed aircraft-grade balsa and high-density foam and an inner skin of carbon fiber.
In areas such as the hull/deck connecting flange, jet intakes, and all through-hull fittings, the core is eliminated and the hull is massively reinforced with additional layers of fiberglass. A reinforcement stringer system of carbon is inserted into the hull, and the completed laminate (hull stringer system) is then SCRIMPed.
The patented SCRIMP process, an advanced closed-molding, resin infusion technique, uses a strong vacuum to saturate or infuse the “sandwich” with Vinylester resin in a single step. Marelon ball-valve type seacocks are then installed flush with the hull. The hull shell is supported by a combination of foam cored FRP stiffeners laminated to the primary hull and structural bulkheads.
These materials and building techniques provide for a superior surface finish, greater resistance to osmosis, high degree of stiffness and stiffness/weight ratios, greater hull strength against impact damage and thermal insulation.
There is a stainless steel-capped aft spray rail and a custom 3/4” stainless chafe strip across the transom. The swim platform, mounted on stainless steel brackets, has teak inserts, a stainless steel trim cap and a stainless steel swim ladder under.
Entry to the boat is from either side using a removable teak boarding step or via the transom. A centerline transom door with stainless steel clasps provides walk-thru from the swim platform.
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