|Location:||Key Largo Florida United States|
|Model:||Picnic Boat MKIII|
|Beam:||11' 4" / 3.45 m|
|Cruising Speed:||30 knots|
|Max Speed:||35 knots|
|Engine Model:||D6 common-rail w/ E-key|
|Fuel:||220 gal Diesel|
|Water Capacity:||40 gallons|
Excellent Example of the Mark III Picnic Boat, original owner, all options, choice condition! PB SHOW!
New to the Florida market, WIRELESS is a spotless clean 37' Picnic Boat with under 450 hours on the upgrade engine package, 435hp Volvo common-rail diesels, which offer the possibility of a 30+ knot cruising speed. Shallow draft operation ideal thanks to Hamilton water-jets, with easy dockside maneuvering when controlled by the Hinckley Jet Stick II. This particular vessel was ordered by the original owner with most options and has been pampered throughout her life spending half years stored inside - carefully trailered north and south annually. Some of her options include, a full varnished teak package and teak decks, Helm deck climate control (2 units, 20k Btu), KVH Tracvision SAT TV antenna dome, Release Marine teak table (removable with two location options), Stainless one-piece bow railing, WiFi Boost Antenna & wireless hotspot, Stidd helm and companion chairs, centerline Double Berth with extra interior lighting on dimmer switches and many more smaller details.
If you are thinking about an iconic Hinckley picnic boat, WIRELESS is lightly used model which deserves your consideration. As she sits today a thorough systems survey was completed this past Fall while indoor stored and she was transported to Florida where there has been minimal use. Fully serviced and ready to benefit her next potential owner.
Hinckley invented an entirely new class of boat with the introduction of the original Picnic Boat over 15 years ago. Nearly 450 hulls later, they remain committed to constantly improving this model with every boat built. Today they offer the most advanced iteration yet, the Picnic Boat MKIII, which has been the most successful product introduction in our more than eight decades.
Broker edit: This is Hull #83 of the Talaria 37' Mark III model Picnic Boat offered by her original owner. The upgraded Volvo motors offer a huge boost in performance over the standard Yanmar engine package. These engines have common-rail fuel delivery electronically controlled, which translates to smoke-free, quiet, and dependable usage. The twin Hamilton 274 water jets in combination with the bow thruster are coordinated through the patented Hinckley Jet Stick II which has several user friendly options including heading hold enabled through an integrated compass. All owners manuals (very well written), operation manual, and systems manufacturers manuals are intact and will convey to the next owner.
The hull is Hinckley DualGuard® Composite Construction with Kevlar/E-glass hybrid outer skin. Aircraft grade end-grain balsa coring below the waterline. Carbon-fiber inner skin, SCRIMP® laminated with Vinylester resin. Deck and cockpit are E-glass with balsa and closed-cell foam core, SCRIMPED with Vinylester resin.
Marelon ball-valve seacocks with thru-hulls below waterline and Marelon thru-hulls above the waterline.
Stainless steel strike rail on a fiberglass molded rub rail.
Hull is Awlgrip painted, Flag Blue with a double boot stripe, Awlgrip Crème to match the deck color.
Deck is gelcoat, Light Crème and the non-skid surfaces are Awlgrip Crème.
The Bottom is Painted with Petit Vivid Red anti--fouling
The Transom name and hailing port are lettered in gold with ivory outline
Twin Volvo D6-435-hp Common Rail diesel engines with E-Key security.
Volvo 2.5” dual LCD multi-function displays. Separate analog tachometer, oil pressure, fuel tank gauge, and engine coolant temperature for each engine.
Hamilton 274 Jet Drives.
Twin ZF 63 transmissions.
7 inch, hydraulic variable thrust bow thruster.
Hinckley custom “JetStick II” control system is integrated with the bow thruster.
Dual cylinder Lenco trim tabs with indicator controls at helm.
Racor Fuel filter/water separator with audible alarm panel at helm.
Power Steering system.
Electric Automatic 1500-GPH 12-volt bilge pumps with float switches and high water alarms.
Whale emergency manual bilge pump - mounted in cockpit locker.
12-volt automatic shower sump pump box.
27-gallon holding tank with deck pump-out.
Stainless steel hot water heater – shore power and engine heated.
Mylar-faced acoustical foam-lined engine box insulation.
Engine box cover has double gaskets and an electric lifting riser.
Engine box forced-air exhaust fan.
Baffled and insulated air intake.
Fireboy automatic engine compartment fire suppression system, with automatic engine shut-down and override switch, control panel at helm.
Owner operates this boat conservatively with most cruising at lighter RPM making a comfortable 25 knots. A beautiful vessel in all aspects.
Contact: Joe Majcherek
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