The Vessel

Hinckley is known for building boats that are intended to last. In the early 70’s, boat builders were still learning how strong fiberglass is, leading them to over-build the boat (making the hull incredibly strong). Additionally, J. Henry’s yawl sail plan gives us several different sail-setting options for unpredictable weather conditions.


1971 Bermuda 40 Mark III

40’ LOA, 28’10” LWL, 11’9” Beam

53’ Main

4’6” Draft, (8’9” with Centerboard)

Ballast: 6,500 lbs

Displacement: 20,000 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 48 gals

Fresh Water Capacity: 110 gals

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