Recently Donated to Maine Maritime Academy and now available for charter with option to buy.
Stellaluna has only been with the current owners for a couple of years, but in that time they have enjoyed a wonderful winter in the Bahamas and a couple of beautiful summers in Penobscot Bay, Maine. In this time the owners have maintained a professional captain and docked and stored with Lyman-Morse where they have done a lot of work with the craftsmen, including all new soft goods and new dodger and exterior cushions.
This Hinckley Sou'wester 59 has three cabins to accommodate all of the family and friends and with the centerboard she is incredibly versatile sailing and anchoring.
PLEASE CONTACT SCOTT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Please contact Scott Layton for any additional information or to schedule a showing.
Mobile: (207) 701-1235
Hull is hand laid laminate of vinylester resins with knit hybrid Kevlar/E-glass fabric. This
DuPont composite greatly increases hull strength against collision and abrasion.
A 1" core is vacuum bagged into the laminate to provide greater strength, stiffness, and thermal/acoustic insulation.
Deck is also constructed of Kevlar E-glass and was vacuum bagged into 3/4" closed-cell
core. The core is deleted and replaced with solid Kevlar/E glass in way of thru-bolted on 8"
A teak guard rail has a varnished top with Awlgrip bottom.
Jade Mist Green Alexseal topsides (2014)
Oyster White gelcoat cabintop and deck with contrasting nonskid
Awlgrip Claret Bootstripe (2016)
Black bottom (2018)
Stellaluna is set up for short handed sailing with remotes for 2nd Furuno Touch chartplotter/radar, GPS, etc, mounted in cockpit. There is also an additional Plexiglass chart locker mounted under the dodger
Cockpit dodger (new 2016)
Bimini - attaches to dodger (new 2016)
Cockpit cushions (new 2016
Teak cockpit sole
Teak cockpit table pedestal mounted
Teak mug rack pedestal-mounted
Bow pulpit and 2 bow rollers
Teak chain-guard inlayed into the foredeck
Stainless steel forepeak & lazarette cowl ventilators
(4) Custom deck prisms
(5) Opening deck hatches with translucent hatch covers
Teak-rimmed steering wheel with custom holly inlay.
Custom helm step - to raise the helmsman for better visibility.
Balanced spade rudder (rebuilt 2016)
Flush foredeck locker for secondary anchor and fenders
Custom sail locker into forepeak area
(3) Lazerette hatches are flush mounted with piano hinges for safety of movement
Keel - Ballast package is 23,000 lb. external lead keel secured with 1 1/8" stainless steel
bolts. Keel includes a centerboard.
Centerboard: Fiberglass foil-shaped centerboard with a bronze leading edge is controlled
from the cockpit.
The 3 private stateroom, two head custom interior plan sleeps 7. Finished in gloss-varnished cherry with a teak and holly poly-urethaned cabin sole. Her interior has Ivory curtains and natural Sunbrella cushions custom made by Lyman-Morse.
Air conditioned with two Cruisaire 16,000 BTU units
Heat is provided by the reverse-cycle AC/heating system
Espar diesel heater with ducts throughout the boat
Hella fans - improve air circulation
Additional custom lighting - installed throughout the interior
Extra detailing - added with all locker doors installed with louvers and the frames have radius corners
Additional handrails installed throughout the interior
Colored step lights
(4) storm shutters with storage covers
The Owner's Suite is complete with private head and two berths. The private companionway aft has a custom set of companion steps with built-in drawers and leads to the aft deck.
Ample storage is provided in lockers port and starboard, outboard locker, drawers, hanging
lockers and bin storage under the berths, etc.
Ventilation is supplied in the aft cabin by two hatches, as well as air conditioning.
Stall shower &ndash includes custom fold-down teak seat for added safety
Sealand vacuum-flush head with holding tank
Head ventilation is supplied by two opening ports, as well as air conditioning.
Moving forward is the passageway toward the Main Cabin area and center
Large wet locker followed by a workbench with butcher block top, built over a
shelved storage locker. A removable vise mounts on the work bench with storage for spares and tools, etc. outboard.
Located inboard and houses all pumps, engine, generator, compressors,
There is an opening port in the passageway for additional light and ventilation.
Center Cockpit Companionway:
Inboard are the companionway steps to the main cockpit.
Forward-facing sit-down Nav Station is to starboard, opposite the galley:
Full complement of built-in electronics with remotes in cockpit.
Dual radar/plotter units are located in the nav. station and in a teak box in cockpit and are interfaced to the GPS.
Full Ockam system is installed in the cockpit instrument pod with multiple function matrix remote in nav. station.
The Galley is located aft of the settee on the port side and is separated from the main salon by a peninsula.
Force 10 stainless steel stove with oven (2002) is located outboard
Microwave oven (2005)
Refrigerator/freezer is aft - refrigeration can be accessed through lift-tops, as well as a front door, and it is Grunert engine driven with 220-volt back-up.
Corian countertop with integral back splash has undermounted sinks with pressure hot and cold water, salt water foot pump, and a manual hand pump.
Additional drawers and stowage areas have been incorporated throughout.
Opening portlight provides additional ventilation and additional light.
The Main Salon has a custom U-shaped settee to port with a drop-leaf table that has storage inside for silverware, dishes, etc. There is a centerline seat with large bin storage within. Additional storage is in lockers outboard and above to port of the settee.
(3) Custom ceiling handrails - add safety at sea. To starboard is a settee with entertainment and storage lockers outboard. The settee has a removable center table that creates two seats with wrap-around cushions when in place. Offshore, the table is stowed and the area can be used as a midship berth.
Next forward, the port and starboard Guest Cabins each have private door access to the forward head. Each cabin has a cabin top hatch and fans for excellent ventilation when not using the air conditioning. The port guest cabin has upper and lower berths (upper berth will fold-up to give additional space when cabin is used as a single). Storage includes lockers outboard and hanging locker forward of berth, with a two drawer dresser on centerline with a mirror above. Opposite, the starboard guest cabin has upper and lower berths (upper berth will fold-up to give more space for the lower berth). There are storage lockers outboard. Additional chest of drawers has been built-in on centerline with mirror above.
The full Forward Head is aft of the forepeak with separate stall shower and access to the foredeck through a large cabintop hatch. The forward stall shower has lockers port and starboard and the head has lockers port and starboard with additional stowage under the vanity. Head unit is equipped with a holding tank.
Undermounted sinks with Grohe fixtures,
Hot & cold pressure water
Separate stall shower &ndash with custom teak bench
Forwardmost is a large Forepeak with line stowage and separate compartments for chain and rode,
accessible through doors in the forward shower in the forward head.
Forepeak has hooks for line racks, fishing rod holder and (4) storm ports with covers in forepeak.
Sharp 18" Hi-def TV with an Aquatic AV-W AQ-DVD-3 with remote in Main Salon
Fusion Audio marine stereo system with Bluetooth (2014)
Speakers throughout, including the cockpit.
Robertson Autopilot - handheld remote in cockpit
(2) Furuno TZ Touch combo plotter/radar 2KW UHD (2014), 14" at Nav. station
and 9' at cockpit
Furuno Navnet 3DHVB
(2) Ray Marine Plus Pathfinder (GPS/Radar/Depth), RL 70C in Nav. Station, RF 80C, in teak box in cockpit
Furuno IA50 Class B AIS system (2014)
Icom M-800 SSB radio with AT-120 coupler
Icom M-504 VHF radio (2014)
Icom Command Mic II (2014) at helm
Datamarine offshore depth sounder
Ockam system with various components
12-Volt DC electrical system for house and starting - New house batteries (2012).
110-Volt AC electrical system for accessories
24-Volt-DC electrical system for hydraulics &ndash new batteries (2012)
220-Volt AC electrical system for shore system
Blue Sea battery monitor for 12-volt and 24-volt system
All gel-cell batteries with three separate banks: 12 volt - Starting (2012) & House (2012), and 24 volt hydraulics/bow thruster (new batteries 2012) - all can be switched or parallel.190-amp main engine alternator and a 140-amp 24-volt alternator (2014).
110-Volt and 220-Volt system:
Controlled by a separate circuit breaker panel and powered by shore power or generator
AC pumps are 50/60 cycle.
110-volt needs are supplied by Xantrex inverter/charger; Freedom Marine 20; 100 Amp, 2000 watts.
Professional Mariner battery charger (12-volt and 24-volt) charger - located under the sink in aft cabin head.
2004 Northern Lights 9-Kw Generator: Current total = 1199-hrs. June 2018 - (Current gauge reads 644-hrs(6/2018), replaced at 555-hrs). Generator is soft-mounted in engine room in a separate sound enclosure.
Grounding with heavy copper bonding to the keel protects all circuits, major mechanical components and rigging.
All equipment in the engine room is painted white for quick identification of leaks. There is an additional set of engine instruments that includes separate starting system in engine room.
Perkins 6-354 FWC 6-cylinder 135-hp@2800 rpms diesel engine.
Racor fuel filters
Stainless steel shaft
3-blade Max prop with spurs.
Electric fuel priming pump and electric oil transfer pump for changing oil in engine,
transmission and generator.
Electric 24-volt bow thruster (2014) - additional batteries power 24-volt system.
Tank tender gauges
(2) Fuel senders linked to Blue Sea (2014)
Halon fire extinguisher,
Mechanical spare parts
Storage bag with most tools, wrenches, etc.
12-gallon hot water heater (2012)
Two electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump
Bilge pump hour meter
High water indicator
Emergency steering tiller system
New Espar 7DL heater (2014)
Fiberglass sump tanks
(2) Fuel tanks
(4) Water tanks
(2) Holding tanks, one for each head
Double spreader carbon fiber stoway spar, painted to match deck. (Bridge clearance at main trunk = 74' 9" less antennas.)
Hood hydraulic headstay system
Removable inner forestay
Running backstays led back to cockpit winches
Hydraulic insulated backstay and boomvang with Navtec panel mounted in cockpit
Full spinnaker gear, including carbon fiber spinnaker pole
New running rigging (2014)
Lewmar Commander hydraulic winch system:
#650 2-speed hydraulic primaries
#550 hydraulic secondaries
#46 hydraulic main sheet winch
#43 hydraulic outhaul/centerboard winch
Hydraulic system also powers headstay, windlass and stoway mast. There are additional manual winches for remaining functions.
Kappa Sails (new 2006-2007):
Main - 664 sq/ft 11.2 oz Spectra reinforced Dacron
130%, Jib - 1061 sq/ft 9.77 oz Marblehead Dacron
105% Working Jib - 105 sq/ft 12.62 oz Dacron
Gennaker, 1.5 oz
Staysail on inner forestay (Storm sail)
Lewmar 3000 hydraulic windlass - with chain gypsy and 3/8" chain and integral hawse pipe - up/down
Bruce 66# anchor
CQR 60# anchor
Fortress storm anchor (bagged in engine room)
Fortress anchor - small
300' x 3/8" HT anchor chain (New 2006)
Secondary 200' x 5/8" anchor rode + 25' x 3/8" HT chain
Aft secondary 200' x 5/8" anchor rode + 25' x 3/8" HT chain
Aft companionway dodger
Aft deck shower
Aft deck cushions
Aft stainless steel boarding ladder
Custom stainless steel boarding ladder - mounts on genoa track
Custom stainless steel pasarelle boarding ramp
Tri-color masthead light
Furuno radar bracket (2014)
Radar reflector mast mounted
(4) Storm shutters with covers
(2) Outboard motor bracket
Jacklines and 3 harnesses
Abandon ship and distress kit (in nav seat)
Saltwater deck washdown system - foredeck
Brushes and hose
Spare dock lines and sheets
Covers for varnished companionway hatches
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.