Boat Details

This Freshwater Classic Picnic boat has the unmistakable lines Hinckley is known for around the world. That, combined with her owner's attention to detail, offers the perfect boat for an afternoon on the lake, mimosa's after a Sunday brunch, or a weekend across the lake. The lowest-priced Hinckley in her class!


  • The Hull is Kevlar/E-glass hybrid and balsa core, SCRIMP® with Vinylester resin
  • Deck and cockpit are E-glass and balsa core, molded with polyester resin
  • The deck and cockpit sole have a molded-in nonskid pattern, cream colored
  • The heavy-duty fiberglass swim platform has teak insert treads, handhold bracket and half round; folding stainless steel telescoping 3-step swim ladder
  • Rounded, tapered, varnished teak toe rail with Hinckley profile



  • Cockpit entry via teak side boarding step and a stainless steel cockpit step with teak treads that mounts port or starboard, with stainless steel brackets
  • Varnished teak cockpit coaming
  • Cockpit sole has a molded-in non-skid surface and direct overboard drainage scuppers
  • Numerous cockpit lockers with varnished teak doors, and storage bins
  • Seating is available aft, as well as on the Picnic EP engine box that includes an integrated wet bar/cooler and an aft-facing cushioned seat
  • Seats are finished matching Sunbrella striped blue fabric
  • The "galley-up" wet bar includes a stainless steel sink with foldaway faucet and hot and cold pressure water, an insulated self-draining icebox, and a storage drawer
  • The entire engine box/wet bar and seat is hinged on the aft end and has an electric air-assist lift for easy access to the engine

Aft Cockpit


  • Forward-facing full-width settee has back and seat cushions 
  • Aft settee includes two hinged lids under the cushions to allow access to removable storage tubs and to below-deck pumps and batteries
  • Molded-in port and starboard cup holders



  • Insulated white overhead has (4) acrylic opening hatches
  • Additional illumination is by rheostat-controlled overhead low-voltage halogen lights
  • (4) Pilothouse windows include: (2) sliding side windows and (2) fixed forward with heavy duty, self-parking, intermittent windshield wipers and fresh water washers
  • Varnished teak pilothouse interior, including dash. There is a teak locking companionway door
  • (2) Varnished teak handrails are under the aft ends of the pilothouse cabin top and a varnished teak handrail is on the aft end of the pilothouse
  • Drop curtains with windows provide a fully-enclosed pilothouse
  • Interior window sun covers for all four pilothouse windows
  • The extended pilothouse roof shades additional seating with a L-shaped settee with varnished teak shelf rim to port that faces inboard and forward
  • Back and bottom settee cushions covered in Sunbrella (2017)There is locker stowage beneath the setteearnished teak table with removable pedestal can be lowered to form a sheltered, comfortable "kid-sized" berth. The tabletop is hinged to fold to a smaller triangular table allowing use flexibility.
  • Two of the four opening hatches with screens are over the aft pilothouse area.
  • Pompanette pedestal-style ladderback helm and passenger chairs are height-adjustable and can swivel to face aft. They are finished in UltraLeather and have stainless steel footrests.
  • Pilothouse ceiling made by Hinckley, lighting, Oceanair shades and teak window trim
  • (2) Hella fans in forward outboard corners
  • The forward port passenger area has a varnished teak integral handrail/cup holder on the forward bulkhead

HELM STATION (to starboard)

  • Varnished teak instrument pod
  • Stainless steel 14" steering wheel with varnished wood rim
  • Hinckley JetStick
  • Engine gauges
  • Top-opening locker with chart storage to port
  • 12V outlet in chart pocket and remote switches to spotlight
  • (2) Cup holders

Entertainment System

  • Alpine AM/FM receiver with 6-CD changer, amplifier and fade control
  • (4) Alpine speakers: (2) forward bulkhead and (2) in pilothouse


From the Pilothouse forward and down the companionway steps are the interior accommodations below:

  • Galley - To port
  • Head - Starboard
  • Sleeping area - Forward
  • Satin-varnished mahogany finished interior includes sheathing
  • Varnished teak and holly cabin sole has a custom cabin sole cover
  • Opening overhead hatch and (4) opening ports below (including head and galley), with removable screens
  • Interior window sun covers for the pilothouse
  • (5) Frigast stainless steel 12V lamps on rheostats provide plenty of interior lighting

Electrical System


  • 2002 Yanmar 6LYA-STP 440HP diesel engine, FWC, meticulously maintained
  • Cruising speed: 22 knots; Maximum speed: 30 knots.
  • Hamilton 292 Jet Drive
  • Engine box lift replaced 
  • Engine box insulation
  • Throttle and Shift cables 
  • ZF IRM220PL transmission
  • 12V 7” bow thruster with battery
  • Hinckley custom JetStick control system is integrated with the bow thruster
  • Yanmar fuel filter/water separator
  • Tachometer with engine hours gauge
  • Fuel, oil pressure, and water temperature gauges
  • High engine temperature alarm
  • Low oil pressure alarm
  • Water jet nozzle direction indicator
  • Wet exhaust muffler system
  • Oil transfer pump for engine and transmission
  • Manual hydraulic steering pump
  • (2) Electric 1500-GPH 12-volt bilge pumps with float switches
  • Whale emergency bilge pump mounted in cockpit locker
  • Cockpit shower with mixing valve
  • (2) 2.5 lb. Dry chemical fire extinguishers
  • 27-Gallon aluminum holding tank with overboard discharge
  • 12V in-line automatic sump pump
  • Engine room sound insulation (Engine box forced air blower
  • 6-gallon Stainless steel hot water heater – shore power and engine heated

Electronics Navigation


  • Raymarine G series 165 Glass Bridge MFD chart plotter, GPS, Radar, AIS
  • Raymarine Autopilot
  • Raymarine speed, depth
  • Raymarine radar scanner painted cream to match deck
  • Raymarine VHF
  • Fusion stereo with JBL speakers in pilothouse and cabin
  • 4" Ritchie compass
  • Spotlight


Manufacturer Provided Description

Since its introduction in 1994, the Hinckley Picnic Boat has become the most successful single motor yacht in this company's history. With the Picnic Boat EP, Hinckley has extended the pilothouse roof by 2.5 feet, added an L-shaped settee, and now offers an optional 3 by 3-foot triangular teak pedestal table, creating a layout ideally suited to relaxed conversation and gracious entertaining. The engine box, typically used as the picnic table, has also been redesigned with entertaining in mind. As part of the EP option package, it incorporates a wet bar with molded-in sink, foldaway faucet and an insulated icebox. (A gas grill may be selected in place of the icebox.) The reconfigured engine box also includes an additional aft-facing cushioned seat, facing the standard transom settee - a favorite perch of sunseekers. In all other respects, the EP retains the Picnic Boat's performance features and refined appointments. Her jet drive, JetStick controls and 18-inch draft allow access where no other 36-foot yachts dare venture. DualGuard hull construction of Kevlar and carbon makes her highly rigid and impact-resistant, yet lightweight enough to reach a top speed of 28 knots. And her interior is handcrafted in cherry with Hinckley's signature teak and holly sole varnished to a rich luster.


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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • BuilderHinckley
  • LocationUnited States
  • Built2001
  • Price£191,591
  • Length11.1 m
  • Hull MaterialComposite
  • Range261 nm
  • Beam3.05 m
  • Max Draft0.457 m
  • Dry Weight11,500 lb
  • Water Tank Capacity35|gallon
  • Fuel Tank Capacity166|gallon
  • Engine 1
    • Make: Yanmar
    • Year: 2001
    • Fuel Type: diesel
    • Propeller Type: Other
    • Hours: 1806

Contact Seller

Denison Yachting
3550 S Lakeshore Drive Chicago 60616 United States
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