New Boat Models

The new Hinckley 35 carries on the manufacturer’s picnic design tradition, but boosts performance.

For its new Hinckley 35, the legendary manufacturer turned to Michael Peters Yacht Design and the firm’s history of success in offshore powerboat racing to draft a hull specifically for twin outboards. Peters included wider chines and strakes that provide lift and stability.

She has a moderate transom deadrise and a fine entry so the Hinckley 35 can handle less-than-ideal conditions.

Clear Sightlines

At the helm, the single-pane ClearView windshield provides unobstructed visibility for the captain and a companion. Beneath the hardtop, curved settees provide a place for guests to relax protected from the sun and stay in touch with the folks in the open-air cockpit. Hinckley says there’s storage for larger items like folding bikes and water toys.

The single-pane windshield provides unobstructed views for the captain and guests.

The cabin has a traditional layout with a V-berth in the bow. The cabin is finished in teak and a port-side galley has a sink, a microwave, stove and storage. The private head is to starboard.

The is finished in a combination of teak and stone counters in the galley for a classic feel.

Latest Technology

Advanced construction includes resin-infused laminates including carbon epoxy and the entire hull is post-cured in a large oven. She measures 38’8” long overall with an 11’ beam and a 2’10” draft. Hinckley estimates the weight at 13,174 lbs. and she carries 300 gallons of gas and 35 gallons of water.

Twin 350-hp outboards can push the Hinckley 35 to speeds approaching 50 mph.

Standard power is twin 300-hp outboards from Mercury or Yamaha and Hinckley predicts the range at more than 300 miles at 35 mph. Opt for twin 350 hp outboards and the top speed is estimated at 48 mph.