OSPREY

  

Description

Sparkman and Stephens presented the design for the first Hinckley Pilot in 1945.  The Hinckley Company of Southwest Harbor, Maine bought the plans and elongated the hull and increased the sail area.  The New Pilot was advertised as "the ultimate in combining livability,  seaworthiness and speed".   We feel that tradition still embodies "Osprey".   Osprey ties up in the inner harbor of Bass Harbor on Mount Desert Island at our private marina known as Up Harbor Marine.  Our facilities include laundry and showers as well as an expansive private deck and Art Gallery and home to The Bass Harbor Yacht Club.  Sailing Osprey, sporting a 2005 carbon fiber mast, out of Bass Harbor will find you in the optimal cruising grounds of Blue Hill, Jericho & Penobscot Bays with a wide variety of island anchorages.  A Trinka sailing dinghy carries you easily to shore, exploring the islands and settling back on board for a sunset dinner.  We highly recommend the Maine Island Trail Association's network of island trails that dot the bays and harbors, every island has something special to offer!

VESSEL MAKE YEAR BERTHS
SECURITY
DEPOSIT
PORT RATE
OSPREY Hinckley Pilot 35 1965 6 w/ head $1500 Bass Harbor, ME $2300-2500/wk
RATES:
  • June 1 - June 30 & Sept. 1 - Sept. 30   -       $2300/week
  • July 1 - August 30                                       $2500/week

 

 

Specifications
Design Hinckley Pilot 35
Designer Sparkman Stephens
Builder H.R. Hinckley
Hull Construction Fiberglass
Year Built 1965
Rigging Carbon Fiber Mast, Sloop
LOA 35.7'
LWL 25'
Beam 9.5'
Draft 7.7'
Displacement 26,000 lbs.
Weight N/A
Ballast Lead 4,600 lbs.
Engine
Yanmar® 35 hp diesel 
Sail Area
272 sqft.
278 sqft. Genoa
Water Capacity N/A
Fuel Capacity 35 US Gallons
Holding Tank 16 US Gallons
Accommodations
 
Osprey offers comfortable accomodations for six adults, a well appointed galley, and plenty of storage for provisions and gear.  She has four berths in the main cabin and two in the V berth which converts to a double as well.  The head has pressurized hot and cold water, a hand held shower and a Sealand Pumpout Holding System.  All linens are provided including towels, sheets, pillows and blankets.
 
Galley
The Galley is equipped with a new 2 burner stove and oven, a sink with pressurized hot & cold water, large ice box, tableware for eight and an excellent collection of cookware and supplies for the avid galley chef. There is also a grill.
 
Cockpit
  • Edson® Wheel Console with binnacle and compass
  • Cockpit Lockers, cushions
Electrical  
12 Volt System
 
Electronics
  • Raymarine® Autohelm serus depth finder
  • Raymarine® ST60 Wind Inst. Speed
  • Clock/ Barometer
  • Clarion® CD Radio
  • ACR Class B Eprib
  • Fireboy®propane fume detector and control system
  • Ratheon®Radar
  • Ratheon®RL80C Color Chart Plotter
  • Ratheon®RC630 Chart Plotter
  • Kenwood®VHF
  • 110 Shore Power Battery Charger
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Outlets
Mechanical
Yanmar®35 hp diesel
 
Hull and Deck
  • Fiberglass Hull and Deck
  • Teak combing, rails and trim
  • Mahogany interior with teak and holly cabin sole.
Safety
  • 8 Type II PFD's
  • 1 throwing horseshoe ring
  • 1 man over board pole
  • four fire extinguishers
  • flare kit
  • 2 automatic bilge pumps
Anchors
1 35 CQR
 
Location
Upharbor Marine (Bass Harbor)
26 Columbia Avenue
Bernard, Maine 
 
 

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