1975 Hinckley Bermuda 40 MK III
Traditional Cabin Design Is Notable In A Number Of Ways. Its Bright, Theres Plenty Of Headroom & Built-in Storage Throughout - Including Volumes Of Drawers, Cabinets & Lockers
A Cruiser's Delight, The Port & Starboard Split Galley Arrangement Features Plenty Of Counter Space & Storage Capacity. All Is Convenient To The Cockpit For Open-air Meals.
|SAILS and RIGGING|
The Yawl Configuration Of This Mark III Series Benefits From A Higher Aspect Main & Increased Sail Area Over Earlier Versions. Off Wind She's A Delight
|HULL and DECK|
Mark III Model Refinements Include Additional 1/2 Ton Of Ballast Netting Another Foot Of Waterline Length. A Robust Bronze Centerboard Is Supplemented With An External Lead Keel Section & Features Grounding Release.
|MECHANICAL and SYSTEMS|
Mechanical Gear Shows In Good Order & Regular Maintenance Is Evident
AC / Shore Power
DC / Battery System
Destiny is a turn-key vessel. Over the years she's been maintained to a certain level that includes a major refit at Hinckley in the early 2000's and numerous updates.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel.
CONTACT - FLETCHER RYAN - FOR INFORMATION & APPOINTMENTS
ATTENTION - EFFECTIVE JULY 1st
EXCELLENT MKIII VALUE IN THE B-40 MARKET!
The Striking Lines Of The Bermuda 40's Are Timeless.
In This Age Of Production Sailboats With High Freeboard, Plumb Bows & Vanishing Coachroofs, This Ocean Going Tripp Design Defines The Classic Sailing Yacht - One That Commands More Than A Simple Glance
With A Past Refit At The Hinckley Yard & Recent Upgrades Including Sails, Canvas & Electronics - She'll Appeal To Those Who Appreciate The Rewards Of Owning & Maintaining A Hinckley
"Destiny" Is In Nice Overall Condition & A Great Value In The Classic Sailboat Market - Call For All The Details