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Priced to sell!

  • Year: 1976
  • Current Price: US$ 149,900
  • Located in Portsmouth, RI
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 78590-3116114


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******** SELLER WILL FINANCE ********

***** FOR APPROVED BUYER *****

This 1976 Hinckley Sou'West 50 Yawl is available for sale in Rhode Island.

Rigged and ready to launch.

Both the engine and generator were inspected by the Hinckley yard and are in good working order.

Price to sell, she is listed substantially below comparable Hinckley 50's, which are selling from at $50,000 or more above this one. This is your opportunity to own a Hinckley classic yacht. Owner has advised that he wants her sold - so if you have ANY interest, make an offer before the owner decides on a different course of action.

Recently rigged and sea trialed after several years stored in a heated facility, this well maintained Hinckley had all the brightwork on deck completely redone (June/July 2014) and she looks great. More work has been done on the interior and new bottom paint applied.

New in 2017

House and starter batteries (5)

Bilge pump

Spinnaker halyard

Forestay

Jib halyard

Mast head nav light (3 lights)

Anemometer

Anodes

Named Thistle, this Sou'West 50 has been consistently maintained and is ready for a new owner. She is available by appointment.

As you step aboard, you will notice the amount of deck space, recent varnish work, and how easily accessible the lines are allowing for the boat to be single handed should you like to sail solo. Owner says with a furling job and the mizzen she is easily handled.

Heading down below, the galley is to port with wood grain Formica countertops, Force 10 4 never used burner stove, multiple refrigeration units, hot and cold pressure water system and double stainless steel sinks.

To starboard is the nav station, with radar, loran, and GPS systems. There is a multi-drawer chart size desk giving plenty of storage for all your charts, boat manuals, pulleys, shackles, pins etc.

Aft of the nav station and under the starboard cockpit area is a quarter berth for crew or for additional storage.

To port and forward of the galley area is the dinette, with an additional sea berth behind the main seating area. To starboard is more seating, which pulls out for yet more sleeping accommodations.

Moving forward, both the guest and master heads are to port and forward of that, the owner's cabin which has a roomy v-berth arrangement with filler for a full double berth arrangement.

Thistle is powered by a Ford Lehman FWC 80 HP diesel, with less than 1,500 hours. There is also an Onan generator to power the reverse cycle heat and A/C.

She has a bronze centerboard keel which gives an 11' draft for added stability, and a solid fiberglass hull.

On deck there is a full sail inventory consisting of a fully-battened main with roach, fully-battened mizzen with max roach, 120% Genoa headsail, roller-furling, 150% Genoa, Storm Trysail, Storm Jib, Reefable staysail for inner forestay, a Hood MPS cruising spinnaker with snuffer, spinnaker pole and Sail covers. All have a lot of life left in them.

There are a number of winches, 2  Barient #35 2-speed primaries, 2 Barient #26-2-speed electric secondaries, (2) Barient #33 two-speed port mast lower and reefing winches, a Barient #10 on Mizzen mast and reefing winch.

Large dorades on deck for ventilation down below.

See specifications for more details

She is a well equipped Hinckley 50 looking for a new owner. Please call for an appointment.





For an appointment please contact the listing broker larryrutter@ruddersandmoorings.com

Or by cell: 401-338-3554



Please contact Larry Rutter at 855-246-9628


Contact Rudders & Moorings Yacht Sales, LLC.

83 Windward Lane
Bristol, RI 02809 United States
Tel 1-855-AHOYMATE (1-855-246-9628)
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52' Reichel/Pugh TP52

Priced for quick sale

  • Year: 2005
  • Current Price: US$ 265,000
  • Located in Bay of Islands, New Zealand
  • Hull Material: Other Material
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 78590-2997236
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************* PRICE LOWERED FOR QUICK SALE ***************

New sails added to inventory in 2016/2017. She is well known as a contender on the race course.

Looking for a pedigreed racing machine? This TP52 has been winning races around NZ since the current owner purchased her and brought her here from San Diego. The owner, fresh off the successful New Zealand campaign for the America's Cup is putting Kia Kaha on the market. This is your opportunity to own a boat outfitted with everything you need to put a campaign together.

The TP52 Class Association was started in 2001 by owners who wanted to race a Grand Prix sailboat that is fun, safe and reliable. TP52’s are flat out racing platforms, fully crewed, high performance monohulls capable of racing in both buoy regattas and offshore races. The 2800 pound weight limit provides for approximately 14 crew members with the flexibility to bring along a guest or a sponsor in the back of the boat and out of harms way. TP52’s race in true time, the first boat across the finish line wins. TP52’s are designed to be raced by both amateur and professional sailors alike. TP52’s elected not to use water ballast, canting keels, running back stays; preferring to keep it simple, safe & reliable. They can easily exceed 25 knots off the wind with the record being 32 knots in a race set by 4 TP52’s racing down the California coast in 2003. Upwind, they are very stiff and fast as approximately 60% of the weight of the boat is in the metal fin & lead bulb. TP52’s have won most every bluewater regatta they have entered including; overall wins in the 2004 Bermuda Race, 2004 Chicago to Mackinac and the 2003 Transpac race to Hawaii. In buoy racing, they have won the 2005 Key West Race week, 2003 Miami SORC and the 2002-04 St. Francis Big Boat Series against the best boats in the world, plus the impressive resume of this TP52 as given in the Specifications section.

Designed by Reichel Pugh and built in Spain; called Quantum Lexus and sailed by the famous Russell Coutts and some of the then young breed of Team NZ Sailors in 2005. TP52’s are tough carbon fiber machines custom designed & built to the TP52 Rule & ABS requirements. Owners hire their own builders and designers. Kia Kaha was built by the renowned Barcos Deportivos. The competition among the designers & builders is fierce, but also very healthy for the class, and sailing, as a whole. In addition, owners may select their sail maker, spar builder, winch maker and electronics packages. Owners are also free to hire professional crews or invite their friends aboard.

Kia Kaha performance has since been optimized with IRC-sprit and larger spinnakers in 2010. New deck paint/non-skid applied in 2011.

Fully offshore capable, hull constructed of carbon fiber and honeycomb core, all modifications engineered by Reichel-Pugh and completed by Brad Fitzgerald. She is the sister ship to "Patches", previously skippered and managed by British Olympic medalist Ian Walker.

Kia kaha is a Māori phrase used by the people of New Zealand meaning stay strong, used as an affirmation. The phrase has significant meaning for Māori: popularized through its usage by the 28th Māori Battalion during World War II, it is found in titles of books and songs, as well as a motto,
and she lives up to her name.

Stay strong - Kia Kaha

See Specifications for details on the extensive sail inventory.

Please call for an appointment, to start your regatta winning journey.





For an appointment, please contact the listing broker - larryrutter@ruddersandmoorings.com

Or by cell: 401-338-3554



Please contact Larry Rutter at 855-246-9628


Contact Rudders & Moorings Yacht Sales, LLC.

83 Windward Lane
Bristol, RI 02809 United States
Tel 1-855-AHOYMATE (1-855-246-9628)
Contact Us