BAY LEAF Hinckley Custom Hinckley 41 1966

Southwest Harbor, ME


41 ft
10.25 ft
44 hp
6.17 ft


BAY LEAF is one of the nicest Hinckley 41’s which Hinckley Yacht Brokerage has seen in recent years. She has been maintained by Hinckley for the past 20 years.  She is used only a couple of months each summer in the local cruising grounds.  She is a cross between the standard model and the Competition model and has a standard full keel, rig and aft wheel location as standard but a Yawl rig.


  • Boat Name: Hinckley Custom Hinckley 41 1966
  • Builder: Hinckley
  • Designer: Henry R. Hinckley
  • Location: Southwest Harbor, ME
  • Displacement Measure: 18,500 lb
Engine 1
  • Brand: Westerbeke
  • Engine Model: 44B-4 FWC Diesel
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • Hours: 1495
  • Engine Power: 44|horsepower

Vessel Walkthrough

HULL AND DECK:                


  • Dark Green topsides
  • White cabin top and House
  • Gold cove stripe 
  • White single boot stripe
  • Red bottom
  • Exterior wood trim – varnished teak





  • Solid hand laid fiberglass hull, reinforced in all stress areas.
  • Deck is set in a 6” molded hull flange, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint
  • External lead keel – also attached to boat’s internal bonding/lightning protection system.
  • standard rudder.


Deck Features:

  • Stainless steel bow pulpit and stern pulpit.
  • Stainless steel stanchions, double lifelines and port and starboard gates.
  • (3) Chrome dorade cowl vents in varnished teak dorade boxes.
  • Forward and midship translucent hatches.
  • Varnished teak toe rails, cockpit coaming, hatch frames, and hand rails.
  • Propane locker aft of cockpit and varnished teak hatch cover.
  • Aft lazarette stowage compartment has varnished teak hatch cover
  • Boom gallows with leather.
  • Stainless steel deck chocks and cleats.





  • Varnished teak cockpit coaming has four winch handle pockets
  • Opening sail locker seats have watertight hatches and gutters.
  • Teak sole grate.
  • Forward is the flush-mounted engine gauge panel; tachometer, oil pressure, ammeter, water temp, hour meter.
  • 30-amp shore power inlet (starboard side)
  • Varnished teak companionway door forward – access to interior accommodations.
  • Emergency tiller system


Edson pedestal steering:

  • Stainless steel helm wheel with elkhyde covering
  • Throttle and gear controls stbd footwell.
  • Danforth binnacle compass and stainless steel binnacle cover.
  • Engine control panel



  • Dodger
  • Varnished teak table
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Cockpit speakers






  • Traditional offshore-style interior layout sleeps 6 comfortably and is finished:
  • Custom finished in “Herreshoff-style” white with wood trim in the Main Salon and traditional varnished mahogany interior joinery forward.
  • White painted overhead.
  • Varnished teak and holly sole.


The layout includes:

  • Main Cabin = Galley, and full-width Main Salon that can sleep up to 4.
  • Forward Cabin = can sleep 2.
  • Enclosed Head Area





Access is from the Cockpit forward and down the Companionway steps into the Main Cabin aft at the Galley.  These steps are removable and the cabinet door below the sink opens up to allow service access to the engine.





  • Fixed large and small window ports.
  • Overhead varnished hand/grab rails port and starboard of centerline run fore/aft.
  • Overhead varnished grab rails port and starboard at companionway hatch.
  • 12-volt lighting.





The U-shaped Galley has a formica countertop, 12-volt dome lighting and includes:


Aft and to Port:

  • Gimbaled 3-burner Force 10 stove top with oven and matching formica top stove cover.
  • Large single stainless steel sink with fixtures
  • Hot and cold pressure fresh water.
  • Countertop hatch dish storage compartment – aft of the stove.
  • Ample storage for dishes and food stores in outboard cabinets, both on the aft bulkhead and outboard.
  • Double sliding door storage area aft of sink.
  • Drop-front small storage under the stove.


To Starboard:

Large top-accessed refrigerator icebox -Three hatch-opening sections allow access to the insulated, stainless steel-lined cold-plate icebox that has an outboard shelf and bottom grate that helps to keep food and drinks separated and dry.  Additional dish storage and utensil drawers are above the icebox outboard aft, also with sliding door faces.  





  • This large starboard formica countertop area also serves as a Navigation Station.
  • Electronics are flush-mounted outboard behind sliding doors
  • Chart locker is above.
  • Aft is the 12-volt and 110-volt electrical breaker panels and voltage meter – includes a battery selector switch,
  • Swingout Radar GPS by Raynav                                           





This full width area can sleep four and includes:

  • Varnished mahogany folding-leaf table on centerline. – Stores on forward bulkhead, + support leg
  • Pullout settee/transom berths port and starboard.
  • Outboard pilot berths port and starboard.
  • Two (2) drawers and one (1) compartment under the pilot berths
  • Half-length shelf storage outboard the port pilot berth.
  • Both port and starboard transom berths have three (3) storage drawers below.
  • Bookshelf on the starboard forward bulkhead outboard.
  • Forward starboard hanging locker (across from head) with cedar-lining.


Features include:

  • Overhead forward opening cabin top hatch – with varnished teak frame and translucent white plexi-glass and screen
  • Clock and barometer – forward bulkhead mounted.
  • Frigast 12-volt bulkhead lighting in salon as well.
  • Tiled fireplace forward starboard bulkhead mount




The enclosed Head Area is next forward to port with a solid mahogany door.


Features include:

  • Vanity with formica countertop.
  • Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water.
  • Shower head – bulkhead mounted.
  • Marine head – plumbed to y-valve for overboard or holding tank.
  • 110-volt double outlet.
  • Medicine cabinet with mirror above sink.
  • 12-volt brass Frigast light.
  • Storage locker under sink.
  • Opening window port with screen.
  • Teak grate sole – in-floor drain is connected to shower sump.
  • Vanity top-opening stainless steel locker outboard of sink.
  • Overhead dorade box vent.
  • Storage cabinet outboard aft with five (5) drawers and sliding doors.
  • Storage cabinets outboard forward upper and lower with sliding doors. 



FORWARD CABIN (Forward):   


  • Double mahogany doors in forward bulkhead to access anchor locker/storage locker.
  • Varnished mahogany hull sheathing
  • Three fixed window ports for natural lighting
  • Overhead cabin top hatch with white translucent plexi-glass hatch cover and screen.
  • (2) Two brass Frigast 12-volt lamps one on port and starboard aft bulkheads.


This vessel sleeps two comfortably forward in the V-berth or double berth

  • V-berth arrangement includes an insert filler to form double berth.
  • Cushioned seat between berths.
  • Port and starboard outboard storage/book shelves.
  • Bureau to port, with an open storage compartment is outboard forward.
  • Hanging locker with cedar lining to starboard.





  • All Navigation electronics have been replaced over the last 5 years.
  • Raytheon  Autopilot in cockpit
  • Raynav touchscreen radar/gps on swingout bracket
  • Standard Horizon VHF radio
  • Danforth 7” Compass – Cockpit
  • Raymarine sailing instruments on main bulkhead stbd cockpit






  • HRH fabricated aluminum spars with single spreader
  • 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging
  • Newish chain Plates
  • Swaged terminals and turnbuckle tensioners.
  • Stainless steel mainsheet track
  • Harken mainsheet and traveler system. 
  • Harken roller furling jib
  • Spinnaker pole



  • Main sail – Full-batten
  • North #2 Genoa
  • Mizzen sail
  • Symmetrical spinnaker 
  • Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker
  • Mizzen staysail



All Barient winches

  • (2) #28 ST – Primaries
  • (1) #19 ST – Secondary
  • (1) #16 – Secondary
  • (3) #22 – Mast mounted
  • (1) #16 – Mast mounted






  • 12-volt and 110-volt circuit breaker panels and voltage meters.
  • 12-volt DC system with breaker distribution panel:
  • Separate battery banks- engine starting and ships service.
  • Battery switch for house service.
  • Heavy-duty Balmar engine alternator charges batteries.
  • 110-volt service with breaker distribution panel
  • 110-volt 30-amp shore power inlet plug in cockpit
  • 110-volt 30-amp shore power cord
  • Link 10 battery monitor
  • Voltmeter with toggle select switch.





  • 2004 Westerbeke 44B-4 diesel 44-hp FWC engine (1495-hrs 05/09/20
  • Stainless steel 1” shaft and 3-blade bronze propeller.
  • Racor 500 fuel/water separator in-line filter
  • Engine room blower system.
  • Automatic and manual bilge pumps
  • Refrigeration  12-volt compressor with manual timer switch



  • (2) 10# Propane tanks – in aft lazarette – solenoid and stove fuel shut-off .
  • (1) 40-gallon Monel fuel tank – with level gauge.
  • (2) Stainless steel freshwater tanks – total 100 gallons
  • Grey water tank





  • Ground tackle:
  • Power Windlass- to bow roller mounted anchor. 
  • 35# Rocna anchor + 150’ of 3/8 chain with 150’ x 7/8” rode.
  • Gas Rail mountable barbecue





  • Outboard motor mount bracket stern rail starboard side
  • MOB life sling on aft rail
  • Dock lines
  • (4) Fenders with covers
  • Boat hook
  • Throwable cushions (2)
  • Screens for companionway and overhead hatch
  • (3) Fire extinguishers
  • Automatic horn
  • Radar reflector
  • Safety Equipment – Life ring with heaving line, (2) First aide kits, various flares.

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