“SERENISSIMA” is a low hour, well equipped 36 Whisperjet. She has exclusively serviced by either Little Harbor Yachts or The Hinckley Company her whole life and has been enrolled in the “Jet Boat Program” every winter since new. She shows extremely well and should be highly considered. All service records are available.
Specializing in New and Used Hinckley Boat Sales, please call me - DOLF HAFFENREFFER at Hinckley Yacht Brokerage: Cell: 401-644-3005, Office 401-683-7090, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the new and used Hinckley market.
Please contact Dolf Haffenreffer at 401-644-3005
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Little Harbor Yachts
Designer: Ted Hood
LOA: 36 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 1 ft 10 in
Displacement: 14500 lbs
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
SERENISSIMA is a Little Harbor WhisperJet 36 with a WJ38 interior. She can sleep up to 5 in her accommodations which includes a V-berth with insert forward, settee to stbd. and galley and head to port. She is finished in fully stain Cherry finish. The interior looks and feels unused. The winter of 2010/11 she had her port engine replaced, which currently has 150 hours on it.
HULL and DECK
Green Awlgrip topsides, with double white boot stripe
White deck with sand colored contrasting nonskid deck.
The Deck is foam cored with knitted bi-directional E-glass/Kevlar. The deep-V hull design has wide side decks and the elevated bridge deck rises hydraulically for complete engine room access.
Anchor pulpit with roller
Built-in anchor locker forward deck with hatch access
Storage/fish boxes in cockpit deck port and starboard
Edson radar mast
Swim Platform - with telescoping swim ladder under platform
St. Croix Davits
10 RIB with 9.9 hp Johnson. Engine has storage mount in cockpit.
St Croix davits and outboard engine mounting bracket
Stamoid soft-top pilothouse has a Bimini top with full Eisenglass enclosure
The bridge deck area features:
Port: L-shaped dinette seating area with varnished double pedestal table for entertaining. Additionally there are two short table pedestals to lower the table and convert the settee into a berth.
Helm Station - Starboard, with helm seat
Helm controls include:
Vetus bow thruster
Bennett trim tab control switches
Bennett trim tab position indicating gauges
Dual engine and bucket controls
HELM and NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
Raymarine E120 Plotter/ Radar 2kw closed
ST-60 Tridata speed/depth/water temp.
Icom M304 VHF with DSC
KVH Azimuth 1000 Digital Compass
From the Bridge deck and down three steps are the conveniently located Head to port, Galley forward of the head. To Starboard is the settee covered in green Ultra Suede.
Off-white Corian counter tops
Cherry cabinets with tambour doors and drawer storage
3-Drawer storage below galley countertop forward
Norcold DE351D 12-v/110-v refrigerator under the counter built-in
6-Gallon Seaward stainless steel water heater
Kenyon electric solid element two-burner cook top
Panasonic Microwave oven mounted on shelf above an outboard stovetop
Pressure hot/cold freshwater system
Double 110-volt outlet
Chelseaclock and barometer
The Galley is located on the port side with a single stainless steel sink, Norcold refrigerator/freezer, Kenyon solid element two burner cook top, Panasonic microwave oven, Corian countertop and all cherry finished drawers and cabinets.
HEAD (To port and aft of galley):
Aft portside is the enclosed head with a large vanity with Green Corian countertop, stainless steel sink, Grohe shower faucet, a shelf above the sink, and cabinet storage under the countertop.
Green Corian vanity countertop
Stainless steel sink
Grohe faucet and shower with holder
Manual Raritan marine toilet plumbed to holding tank
Storage below sink and cabinet
(4) Towel bars – bulkhead mounted
Mirror on forward bulkhead with 12-volt fluorescent light above
Double 110-volt GFI outlet
Overhead 12-volt dome light
Opening window port with screen
Fiberglass molded in floor with shower sump
SERENISSIMA has a WJ-38 interior with a forward bulkhead between the salon/galley and the V-berth.
V-berth with filler cushion to form a double berth.
Cherry-finished with ample storage and hanging locker.
Below the hull side shelves forward, the hull side is cherry batten trimmed.
Drawer storage port and starboard under the aft end of the “V” berth.
Step/seat with storage compartment below, which makes getting into the “V” berth easy.
Interior Highlights include:
Teak and holly sole varnished
Green Ultra Suede settee fabric
Two starboard side opening port with window screen
Two portside opening ports with window screens
One large overhead opening hatch with screen
Five 12-volt overhead dome lights
Port and starboard Frigast 12-volt reading lamps at V-Berth
Double 110-volt outlet portside forward in V-berth area.
(4) Series 27 Lifeline house system batteries
(2) Series 24 Lifeline starting batteries
On/Off battery switches for inverter, bow thruster, house circuits, parallel system & engine start
110-volt AC System:
Trace Inverter - model U2512SB 25-kw high efficiency power
Dockside electrical cables
Tinned wire throughout
All underwater hardware connected to an electrical bonding system
ABYC standards 12-volt/110-volt control distribution panel with volt/amp metering
Twin 1998 Cummins Diamond B 310-hp FWC diesel engines. Port engine was replaced the winter of 2010/11 and has 150 hrs. The stbd engine is original (1998) and has 488-engine hrs.
Twin Hamilton waterjet propulsion system
Vetus 50 KGF bow thruster
Racor 1000 MA fuel filter/separator
Bennett trim plate system with indicator gauges and helm controls
Teleflex hydraulic steering
(2) Bilge blowers
(3) Rule automatic bilge pumps
Shower sump pump
Sea Fire Halon fire control system
Holding tank with Tankwatch III gauge and Y-valve
Maxwell electric windlass with remote control at helm and deck foot switches
Bruce 33 lb plow anchor with chain
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.