PORTOFINO is a Pilot 35 Sloop with tiller steering and sleeps six comfortably in her two cabin interior finished in Honduras/Philippine mahogany wood throughout. Set up for enjoyable cruising, she was optimized for racing as well. Upgrades are noted throughout.
Specializing in Used Hinckley Boat Sales for over 33 years, please call me, BOB POOLER (Brokerage Manager): 207-244-5531 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the used Hinckley power or sailboat market.
HINCKLEY BROKERAGE OFFICES:
Broker: Bob Pooler Cell: 207-460-7589 or email@example.com Office: 207-244-5531
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Please contact Bob Pooler at 207-244-5531
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Antal singelbäddar: 6
Antal hytter: 2
Antal toaletter: 1
PORTOFINO is a 1964 tiller sloop, 6-berth interior with a 1988 Westerbeke diesel engine. She has a Herreshoff interior, CNG cookstove/oven and heater, most electonics upgraded in 1997, a nice inventory of sails and she is in very good overall condition.
HULL AND DECK
White Awlgrip topsides.
White cabin house, deck, and cockpit with molded-in contrasting nonskid on working surfaces.
Blue bottom paint.
Varnish teak exterior trim.
Hand-laid fiberglass hull.
Deck is set in a 6’ flange in the hull, then fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull deck joint.
Keel: 4,700-lbs ballast total = 4,200-lb. lead ballast keel + 500 lbs. trim ballast. = allows extra sail carrying capability.
Varnished teak: Trim, toe rails, cockpit coamings, handrails and ventilator boxes.
Stainless steel: Stemhead has integral chocks, bow and stern pulpits and stanchions with single lifelines and gates.
Varnished teak hatch boxes with translucent hatch covers and screens.
Cockpit Dodger (2004)
Cockpit Awning (2004)
Large top-opening watertight seats with molded in non-skid tops that are deep sail and storage locker spaces.
The teak cockpit coaming has stainless steel trimmed port and starboard winch pockets.
There are self-draining cockpit scuppers.
Teak companionway forward.
Forward bulkhead mounted navigation instruments.
Engine and navigation gauges are visible from the helm.
Electric engine control with push button preheat and start.
PORTOFINO sleeps 6 in her Herreshoff-style white with bright varnished mahogany trim interior.
Teak and holly sole and white overhead.
12-volt interior lighting fixtures.
Hatches have screens.
Force 10 CNG cabin heater (2000).
VESSEL WALKTHROUGH: From the forward cockpit area, entry into the Interior accommodations is through the companionway hatch into the aft Main Cabin. The companionway steps are movable for access to the engine area behind.
Layout Plan includes:
MAIN CABIN - Galley and Nav Areas aft, with Main Salon forward.
HEAD - Forward to port.
GALLEY (Aft): The full-width U-shaped Galley features include:
Built-in cabin sole teak grate and dust pan.
Ports outboard port/starboard and companionway offer plenty of natural light and ventilation.
Aft custom drawer under bridge deck.
Custom arm rails – between bulkhead and galley.
Shipmate CNG 2-burner stove/oven (1992).
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water.
Bin storage between and storage lockers over.
Top-loading, insulated stainless steel icebox - drains to sump tank in bilge.
Outboard is dish locker storage with sliding doors.
Galley/NAV AREA (Aft Starboard):
Starboard galley countertop doubles as a chart table.
Chart storage over the ice box countertop
Flexible chart light over.
Electrical distribution panel is aft.
MAIN SALON (Full-width, Amidship): Full-width Main Salon has:
Port and starboard pull-out transom berth/settees – double berth when joined.
Outboard pilot berths with shelves over.
Drawer/locker storage is below each berth.
Large hanging locker forward to starboard.
A mahogany drop-leaf dining table is bulkhead stored and folds down.
Light and ventilation from 12-volt lighting, companionway hatch, bronze trimmed window ports and two dorade vents.
Stereo and speakers - mounted in forward bulkheads.
HEAD, Forward Port: Next, the private Head includes:
Stainless steel sink with fixtures
Grohe faucet/handheld telephone-shower fixture.
Hot and cold pressure water.
Head Mate marine toilet (1993) with stainless steel holding tank and Y-valve (1998).
Linen locker storage outboard.
Screened opening port.
MASTER STATEROOM, Forward:
A solid door separates this cabin from the rest of the accommodations.
Varnished double door access forward to the forepeak chain locker.
Seat between V-berth.
Storage shelves are over outboard.
Storage beneath the berths.
Hanging locker aft starboard.
Translucent opening overhead hatch with screen.
Three ports provide natural light.
SAILS & RIGGING
Custom tapered Hinckley aluminum mast – new mast track 2006.
High-aspect shorter boom.
Custom, oversized compression post below spar – supports extra rig loads.
All standing rigging - 1x19 stainless steel rigging to turnbuckle tensioners.
Stainless steel genoa tracks on toe rails.
Harken jib roller-furling.
Navtec hydraulic backstay.
Halyards - Main , (2) spinnaker, genoa halyards – all internal.
Cunningham for main and jibs.
Lazy jacks – main (2006)
Spinnaker gear – 2 poles (standard and oversized), reaching strut, sheets, blocks and guys.
(2) #40 ST primaries - Lewmar – Cockpit (2000)
(1) #28 2-speed – Barient
(2) #18 - Barient – Cockpit
(1) #3 - Barient
ST winch - Lewmar – Mast (2006)
(2) small - South Coast
Main sail – Full-batten (2006)
Mainsail (North, 1982)
Mainsail (North, 1960’s)
180% #1 Genoa (North, 1976)
180% #1 Genoa (North, 1960)
160% #2 Genoa (North, 1960’s)
150% Genoa (Hood, 1960’s)
135% #3 Genoa (Doyle, 1985)
Drifter - 180% (North, 1960’s)
Reacher - 180% (North, 1960’s)
Working jib – roller-furling (Hood, 1960’s)
Storm Jib – (Manchester, 1974)
Storm trysail – (Manchester, 1974)
Spinnaker – Tri-radial (North, 1982)
Spinnaker – Floater (North, 1960’s)
Spinnaker – Staysail (North, 1960’s)
Spinnaker – Star-cut (North, 1960’s)
Mainsail cover (2004)
Autohelm Autopilot (1997)
Raytheon R20XX Rasterscan Radar (1997)
Raytheon 600XX Raychart (1997)
Raytheon Nav 298 GPS (1997)
Raytheon GPS (1997)
(2) Danforth Constellation Compass – Cockpit and bulkhead mounted
Datamarine S200 DL Depth sounder (1982)
Signet Knot log and speed indicator
Signet MK 254 Windspeed/Wind Direction
VHF – Sea Ranger (1988)
Loran – Voyager US-1 (1988)
1993 electrical system upgrade.
Standing rigging is permanently bonded to the keel with heavy copper stripping.
Circuit breaker distribution panel.
Separate 12-volt DC electrical start and accessory systems:
Three new batteries (2005).
(1) 12-volt battery - Engine start.
(2) 6-volt batteries – House accessories.
Battery parallel switch, allows emergency start.
Alternator charges batteries
110-volt shore power system:
50-amp Hubbell shore power cord.
1988 Westerbeke 27-hp FWC diesel engine.
Stainless steel shaft and 2-blade bronze propeller.
Cockpit engine push-button pre-heat and start controls.
Insulated engine room.
Electric freshwater pressure pump.
Electric bilge pump.
Manual bilge pump.
Hot water tank – stainless steel (2008).
Two 35-gallon freshwater stainless steel water tanks.
Ground Tackle Equipment:
Lewmar electric windlass (2004).
35# CQR anchor in bow roller + 120 ft. chain rode.
18# Danforth anchor - stores in custom chocks.
Fenders and dock lines
Boat cover (1992-93)
Force 10 stern BBQ grill (2001)
(3) Life jackets
(4) Safety harnesses
Life sling (2001)
(3) Fire extinguishers
Orion Alert marine signal kit
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. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.