SAMBURU is flawless! This little yacht at 30 feet has been beautifully restored and is an exciting piece of Hinckley history.
Specializing in Used Hinckley Boat Sales for over 33 years, please call me, BOB POOLER (Brokerage Manager): 207-244-5531 or E-mail: email@example.com for more information on the used Hinckley power or sailboat market.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hinckley Yachts
Designer: Henry R. Hinckley
LOA: 30 ft 5 in
Beam: 8 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 9500 lbs
Ballast: 3000 lbs
Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
"SAMBURU" is a 1963 SW 30 sloop with a Flag blue hull. She sleeps four in two cabins. She has benefited from a 10 year restoration and is now in "museum" condition, "Bristol condition". * Many recent upgrades noted throughout the listing. She has been stored exclusively indoors and has seen only light seasonal use in New England. Her electronics are recent, and she has been diligently varnished each year. She is set up for extremely easy single-handing.
"Samburu" is featured on pg. 64 in the coffee book "Hinckley Yachts: An American Icon" written by Nick Voulgaris and forwarded by David Rockefeller. Samburu is perhaps the best SW 30 in existence.
SOME RECENT UPGRADES
Fresh exterior varnish 2017
New Jabsco marine head (2017)
Water pump (2017)
New life lines (2016)
New turn buckles (2016)
New stainless steel turnbuckle covers (2016)
New chain plates (2016)
New mast wiring (2016)
New spreaders (2016)
New main sail track system (2016)
New Dutchman furling system (2016)
New jib furler (2016)
Sail and dodger (2015)
Interior painted (2015)
Topsides painted (2015)
New horn on mast (2016)
New mast running rigging (2016)
New standing rigging (2016)
New fuel tank (2015)
* Recent Survey completed April 2017 by independent licensed Marine Surveyor.
HULL and DECK
Flag Blue Topsides (New Awlgrip 2015)
White cabinhouse and deck with molded in nonskid
White Boot Top
Gold leaf Cove
Varnished teak exterior trim
Hull and deck are hand laid fiberglass.
Cockpit and house Awlgrip (2005)
Varnished teak toe rails and eyebrows
Varnished teak dorade boxes with stainless steel dorade vents
Varnished teak cabintop hand rails
Varnished mahogany aft lazarette hatch to large stowage space
Translucent opening deck hatch with solar powered ventilator fan
Stainless steel bow pulpit and stern pulpit
2015 stainless steel stanchions and 2016 single lifelines, with port and starboard gates.
New chain plates (2016)
2015 Dodger - white cockpit dodger with windows
Cockpit cushions – blue with white trim
Self-bailing (6' 3") cockpit
Varnished teak coamings with winch pockets
Varnished teak companionway hatch and cover
Hinckley teak cockpit sole grate
Opening cockpit seats offer storage port and starboard.
Two aft deck lazarette storage lockers with varnished mahogany hatch covers
Varnished teak tiller steering:
Instruments and gauges are mounted on forward bulkhead
Single-lever Morse engine control
SAMBARU sleeps 4 in two cabins. She is 2015 finished in Herreshoff-style white including overhead, varnished mahogany trim and a varnished teak and holly sole. There are 12V lights on all bulkheads.
Storage available under the berths accessed through varnished mahogany doors
Cushions are finished in blue fabric.
Forward access to the forepeak storage area/anchor locker.
Plenty of light and ventilation are supplied to the forward cabin with (3) bronze portlights and a Lexan and mahogany forehatch that has a solar powered ventilator fan.
HEAD: (Next aft to port)
Aft of forward cabin is the separate Head compartment:
Porcelain sink with fixtures and hot and cold pressure water
Jabsco head (2017) - to holding tank
Fiberglass sole and teak grate.
Bronze opening port
A hanging locker with vented varnished mahogany door is opposite the head and has shelf storage over.
The full-width Main Cabin has port and starboard transom settee/berths with back rest behind, each forming a storage bin.
Cushions are covered in blue fabric and there are throw pillows
There is more storage below the bunks
Shelf storage is outboard the settees.
Pull-down, folding varnished mahogany dining table is mounted on the port forward bulkhead.
Tiny Tot cabin heater is mounted on the starboard forward bulkhead.
12-volt lamps on the forward bulkheads
Weems and Plathe clock and barometer are on the port forward bulkhead
Fixed portlights are over outboard port and starboard
Integrated varnished mahogany handrails run the full length of the main cabin port and starboard.
Custom shelf is on the port forward bulkhead.
Off-white formica countertop work surface
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
Top-accessed insulated stainless ice box
Varnished mahogany locker and pantry storage for dishes and utensils, including generous dish storage outboard with sliding door closures.
Storage bins outboard
Aft starboard bulkhead houses the electrical panel.
35# CQR roller-stowing anchor with 265’ of anchor rode
Masthead and spreader lights
Horn (2016) - mast mounted
Man overboard pole
Ensign and staff
Varnished framed screens for companionway with stow case
(2) Air scoops
Weems & Plathe clock and barometer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.