Strummer is a HINCKLEY Pilot 35 that was built in 1967 by the renowned HENRY R. HINCKLEY & COMPANY of Southwest Harbor.
With 117 examples of the Pilot 35 produced in Maine from 1962 through 1975, the Pilot 35 became a true yachting classic. This model assisted in setting the quality & performance standards & expectations for generations of sailors with her superb Sparkman & Stephens Design & Builder's pedigrees and virtually assured her a place in yachting history for almost 60 years now!
She has been maintained over the last 27 years by her experienced owner, with significant upgrades and improvements such as carbon spars, new mainsail & Harken bat-cars, new Spectra head sails, Max Prop 3-blade feathering propeller, and Cape Horn wind vane self-steering so she could race short-handed and competitively and even go transatlantic.
Under new ownership in February 2020, the boat has been given a new Beta 30hp engine, bilge pumps, batteries, charger, inverter, autopilot, solar panels, life-raft, AIS, bimini, gas stove, mattresses, tender, chest freezer, solar panels. All valves, prop-shaft, bearing, propeller, stern tube, stern gland, windlass and winches have been serviced or replaced. The carbon fibre spars have been lifted ashore for inspection by a professional rigging company. All standing rigging has been replaced in March 2021. The yacht has been ashore for 14 months, she is clear of osmosis/hull blisters. All the work was overseen by a yacht surveyor and completed with a June 2020 condition/valuation report.
Currently located in St. Georges, Grenada, WI.
Asking Price: USD 88,000 (EUR 75,000)
Please contact Michael Pope : email@example.com Tel : +33 613 021 405 or in Grenada +1 473416 8156
• The Hinckley Pilot 35 has a traditional full-length keel with an attached rudder and propeller aperture
• Awlgrip + non-skid Whisper grey finish • Solid teak forehatch, companionway, lazarette and gas locker hatches • 2 cockpit storage lockers, port & starboard,
6-berth layout. Mahogany joinery, varnish finish, teak & holly cabin sole throughout, varnished teak panelling white painted overheads, bronze window frames