WIRELESS

37' 0" HINCKLEY 2015


Specifications

Name: WIRELESS
Builder: HINCKLEY
Location: Key Largo Florida United States
Price: $859,000.00
Model: Picnic Boat MKIII
Length: 37' 0"
Beam: 11' 4" / 3.45 m
Year Built: 2015
Cruising Speed: 30 knots
Max Speed: 35 knots
Engine Model: D6 common-rail w/ E-key
Fuel: 220 gal Diesel
Water Capacity: 40 gallons

About WIRELESS

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.  

A style feature immediately notable at the rear of the vessel is the curvaceous tumblehome at the transom and how the integral swim platform melds into the hull lines.  Boarding aft on the swim platform the custom touches begin with teak wood inserts in lieu of the standard non-skid.  To the starboard side is a hinged opening,one-piece, transom door with positive spring latch keeper.  Stepping into the teak cockpit there is a full rear settee to the portside.  The exterior cushions are covered in an attractive Ralph Lauren Dune Point stripe riviera pattern of Blues and Creme in Sunbrella fabric.  The cockpit interior side coaming panels are perfectly varnished teak with the cap railings sweeping up to the deckhouse hardtop on either side (true artwork).  To either side of centerline are rear facing settees at the aft edge of the deckhouse.  Crème colored gelcoat finished fiberglass molds the bench seating and service consoles accented by the finely varnished teak throughout.  In the natural finish teak sole by the portside aft settee is a receiver for the Release Marine teak picnic table.
 
Moving forward into the deckhouse the full teak package is gorgeous with side panels and the helm area all varnished to perfection.  Aft are teak topped service amenity consoles with a refrigerator beneath the starboard side behind the teak louvered door and beneath the top of the portside is a 8" deep insulated/drained cooler box.  Outboard to either side are two flush mounted stainless drink holders.  Forward of these consoles are two curved back, center-facing lounges covered in the matching Ralph Lauren stripe Sunbrella material.  There are notable storage area beneath all of these lounge seats.  This deckhouse area has slide-opening, tinted, side windows or there are twin Dometic 10,000 BTU air-conditioning units to provide cooling or reverse-cycle heating if needed.  At the forward end of the settees there are flip up brackets that can extend the length of these lounges to allow use as occasional berths when desired (extra cushions are stored in Custom Stamoid bags).  On the natural finished teak sole towards the starboard side is a mount base for the Release Teak table.  Also located by the aft end of the starboard settee is an outdoor 110v plug and two composite video jacks wired to a Direct TV receiver (or other video source), allowing the ability to connect a TV screen to set on top of the amenity console.

Ahead of the pilothouse lounges are two Stidd Helm Seats, manual adjustment with LuxorLeather soft-touch plus Vellum cushions, fold-down foot/arm rests and matching powder coated framework and pedestal mountings (very comfortable).  Their backrests have storage bag compartments on the rear.  Overhead the cabin top has two opening, tinted skylight hatches and a safety grab/sea-rail in varnished teak down the center.  The over head also has flush mounted LED lighting and teak trim batons across the perforated, padded headliner.  Outboard either side of the Stidd chairs are side consoles with fold open top glove boxes and additional flush stainless drink holders.  The back edge of either console has 12v lighter plugs and USB power ports.  The forward upper corners of the pilothouse have two removable/adjustable 12v Hella fans.  Just ahead of the portside chair is an extra teak single bay handrail.  All the deckhouse windows have snap-in Ivory Stamoid covers for privacy, temperature control, or storage.  There is also a Ivory Stamoid aft drop curtain.  With all these covers up, the pilothouse can comfortably sleep 2 with privacy and temperature control.  Outboard of the port chair is the main electrical breaker and switching panel.  Also just aft of the panel is another exterior 110v plug.
The helm is artfully finished in varnished teak with a six-spoke stainless and teak helm wheel and the console raised with a 16" Hybrid-Touch Raymarine E165 multifunction display surrounded by Volvo chrome bezel electric gauge clusters for each engine.  To the right is the dual handle throttle/clutch binnacle and the Jet Stick II, joystick jet controller.  Atop this console is a magnetic compass and forward the pilothouse windows with windshield wiper/washers.

Entering the cabin through the 2-part teak hatch with lower louvered door that swings to the right and the upper hatch that slides back, then you take 2 steps down to the cabin sole.  The cabin interior is tastefully done in satin finished Cherrywood with bullnose Vanilla Corian countertop in the galley area.  There is a island berth centerline forward surrounded by hull sheathing in cherry batons.  A Dometic 10,000 BTU air-conditioning system is in the cabin with digital thermostat.  The bulkheads, cabinets, and drawers are solid cherry plus there is open shelving with removable railing around the upper hull sheathing area.  The cabin sole is teak and holly with a bound edge tan canvas runner cover to protect it.  The starboard side aft facing bulkhead has a wall mounted Samsung 24" Smart LED TV.  Outboard of the TV is a cedar lined hanging locker with louvered door.  Across on the portside is a small curved dressing settee covered in Ralph Lauren Boat Meadow Stripe Sunbrella (tan, red/white, with blue accent).  Above is a cabinet with shelves and a wall mounted Fusion Stereo base unit and a Victron Energy remote charger control panel.  The berth bedcover is Blue nautical world print with various décor pillows and anchor/stripe decorated throw.  On the forward bulkhead are two Stainless Frigast cabin wall-mounted halogen reading lights.  Aft from the berth the cabin top is raised (trunk cabin foredeck) and there are fixed oval portlights (2 to port side, 1 to starboard) providing natural light as well as an overhead deck hatch above the berth with Ocean Air Sky screen/shade.  The headliner has optional flush mounted halogen lights which are on a dimmer switch by the berth.  There are also 2 Hella removable fans outboard at the aft corners of the berth area.  The perforated headliner is accented with a teak baton strip and edge trim.  There is also a removable privacy curtain that can be extended from the aft end of the galley to the opposite side of the cabin and secured overhead by turn-button fasteners.  
  
Starboard aft in the cabin is the head entry.  The head features a varnished cherry vanity top with a white porcelain china undermounted oval sink.  The chrome faucet fixture has a removable wand handle and the head sole is fiberglass non-skid finished with pan styled drainage to a sump pump box.  A wall mount for the wand handle is available for use if showering.  There is a length-wise mounted wall mirror and a Dometic freshwater Vacu-flush MSD.  This compartment also has an oval portlight for natural lighting, this one is opening with a screen insert.  There are 2 linen cabinets outboard, another cabinet beneath the sink and another small sundries cabinet, plus two cherry drawers.  The head is air-conditioned has towel bars and Frigast stainless wall lamps.  The head door has an open secure lock latch.

Portside aft cabin is the Galley area with numerous drawers, cabinets and a wine storage rack in addition to the appliances.  A top opening refrigerator compartment with remote compressor is aft with chill plate, adjustable thermostat, and strong hold open brace arm.  Just to the right beneath a hideaway Corian panel is an inset single burner Kenyon electric cooktop followed by another hideaway Corian panel covering the under-mount stainless steel sink with counter-mount Grohe chrome wand faucet.  A stainless steel faced microwave oven is mounted into the cabinetry aft.  There is an hidden pull out trash receptacle beneath the sink in a cabinet.  Also extra storage beneath the cabin steps.
Raymarine E165 Hybrid-Touch 16" Color MFD for GPS/Chartplotter/Radar
Raymarine i70 digital and multi-function color 4" LED display with
 DT 800 Smart depth/temp sensor
Raymarine p70R Autopilot Control head with rotary knob
Raymarine DSM300 sonar module with 1kW B164 thru hull transducer
Raymarine Ray 260 AIS VHF radio system with remote passive speaker
KVH TV3 SAT TV antenna dome painted to match exterior
Direct TV receiver with RF remote - feeds Nav Display Screen as well as Cabin TV and cockpit outlet
Iridium GO! system (SAT phone) with cabin mounted antenna (painted to match exterior) - handheld remote handset
Wave WiFi, Internet hot-spot amp/repeater with Shakespear Omni-directional antenna (painted to match exterior)
Hardwired Ethernet port connection in pilothouse
ACR 100 remote controlled dual-beam spotlight, mounted centerline forward cabin top (painted to match exterior)
Twin Volvo digital engine data displays
Exalto windshield wiper/washer control
Lenco trim tab control with position indicators
Kahlenberg single trumpet air horn, chrome
Volvo twin engine control dual lever binnacle
Volvo E-key interface panel, theft protection and keyless operation
Jet Stick II, jet drive maneuvering joystick
Fusion MS-NRX200i Stereo remote panel, at helm
Fusion MS-UD755 Stereo Base Unit, 4-zone, Bluetooth, Uni-dock, color LED (recently new, mounted in cabin)
Alpine marine speakers - 2 deckhouse, 2 cabin, and 2 cockpit (which have a dedicated amp and volume)
Ritchie Powerdamp Magnetic Compass
Racor fuel filter water sensor, audible and indicator light alarms with monitors for generator and main engines
High water bilge alarm with indicators for each bilge zone (3)
Independent climate control / digital thermostats at port and starboard helm (with Humidistat mode)

Onan/Cummins 9kW generator with sound shield, remote panel installed at helm station
Two 30amp Marinco shorepower cords
12v DC electrical system, 120v AC electrical system
Main electrical breaker panel, Blue Seas Systems digital monitor displays (2 for AC, 1 for DC with battery monitor)
Victron Energy Inverter/Charger
Two AGM, group 31 starting batteries
Two AGM group 4D, house batteries
Two DC engine alternators, one charges each bank
Parallel switch capability
Hot water heater, stainless steel
Sea Frost 12v Galley refrigeration / cold plate system
GFI outlets with exterior weather resistant covers in pilothouse
LED running lights
Pilothouse overhead lighting (2 zones) are on dimmer switches at the helm 
Flush foredeck anchor locker with hinged hatch and fold-out anchor roller. Hinckley designed polished stainless folding anchor roller chute with 12-volt Maxwell windlass.  Windlass controls at helm and/or with a handheld wireless remote.  Optional fresh water wash-down spigot in anchor well with small coil hose and spray nozzle.  Polished 22 pound stainless steel Delta anchor with 25’ stainless lead chain, stainless swivel shackle, and 150’ nylon 3-strand 5/8" rode.

Polished Stainless Steel one and a quarter inch diameter, one-piece bow railing (similar to the 55' Hinckley), with top mount for varnished teak burgee mast.

There is a varnished, tapered, custom Hinckley shaped, toe rail with forward integrated stainless line fairleads and midship polished chrome line chafe strips.  Toe rail has full Ivory Stamoid cover set.

Polished stainless bow and stern cleats, Forward and Aft mid-ship pop-up style spring cleats.

Varnished teak half-round accent molding around the trunk cabin top and extending back beneath the pilothouse windows to the rear, followed by the teak Hinckley Talaria logo.

Varnished teak handrails on housetop, cabin and aft end of pilothouse with custom Ivory Stamoid covers.

The forward cabin house has a stainless trimmed deck hatch which has a matching cover.

Fender hanging pad-eyes have been lowered to just beneath the rub-railing,

On the pilothouse cabin top are two stainless trimmed, opening skylights which also have matching Ivory Stamoid covers.

There is a Hinckley produced signal mast with anchor light and radio antenna.  The mast, the radar dome, the SAT TV dome, the spotlight, and all antenna are painted to match the deckhouse.

Two heavy-duty electric, self-parking wipers on forward pilothouse windows, with intermittent wiper control and fresh water windshield washer.

Green tinted side deckhouse windows are slide opening.

COCKPIT:
There is a Hinckley Stainless Bo-Peep boarding handrail with receiver inlets on either side of the cockpit.
On the cockpit to either side beneath the gunwales are two Rupp rod holder racks.

Two stainless steel fishing rod holders with drains and covers are installed on the aft side decks.  There is a stainless steel post that hold up the shore cord that fits here or a pair of stainless steel posts that are fitted with line roller tops and cleats to support a cockpit canvas canopy that can be fastened at the back edge of the cabin roof.

There is a filler section of rear bench seat that fits in front of the transom door which makes the aft settee full beam with matching upholstered cushions.

The Release Marine Custom Table is teak and fits with it's mounting pedestal into a padded bag that is stored off the boat.  The table is varnished teak and has a hinge in the center to fold and a sliding base and be usable at half width.  The half width table top has a inlayed black trim border and a black and gold compass rose center design.  When fully opened the bullnose edged table has only the simple black border trim.  There are two deck receivers for the table, one in the cockpit to the portside and the other in the pilothouse to the starboard side (see photos).

Stainless steel telescoping 3-step folding swim ladder that stores under platform.  Stainless swim handle on transom is painted Flag Blue to match the hull color.

At the transom door there is a fresh water shower wand that retracts to beneath a storage plate and below is a hot/cold water mixer control.  Also right on the inside of the doorway is a polished stainless drain grate to the scupper.

Removable storage bin beneath transom seat.  Below the hatches of the aft facing cockpit seats are storage boxes, these and all the hinged lids have thick rubber gaskets on them to minimize water intrusion to these storage areas. 

Stamoid cockpit cover attaches to pilothouse top (zipper) and covers to transom fastened with snaps.  Zippered access opening from transom door or port side deck.

Three panel Stamoid and Eisenglass drop curtain that encloses the pilothouse area at the aft end.  There is also a second similar white canvas without the clear sections that is more frequently used for storage.

Stern mounted 4 ft. varnished teak ensign pole and flush socket.

Boat hook, mounted under gunwale.

Braided "traveling" dock lines.
  


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.

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Broker Information:

  Contact: Joe Majcherek
  Email: joem@gilmanyachts.com
  Phone: 561-346-2367

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