LONE STAR is an outstanding Pilot 35 with her carbon spars, new electronics, and excellent care. She is put away for the winter and ready for her next owner.
ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
- Boat Name: Hinckley Pilot 35 Yawl 1972
- Builder: Hinckley Yachts
- Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
- Location: Mount Desert, ME
- Brand: Westerbeke
- Engine Model: 32B
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
- Drive Type: Direct
- Engine Power: 32|horsepower
LONE STAR is a Pilot 35 yawl built for offshore cruising and can sleep 6 in two cabins while still being a great boat for sailing with friends and family. Her interior is finished in satin-varnished light mahogany and she has an Espar cabin heater. She sails beautifully with her carbon fiber masts, which were installed in 1999. Used seasonally in Northeast Harbor, Maine and stored inside winters, she is in beautiful condition. A reliable 1998 Westerbeke engine along with many amenities offer comfortable short or long passages.
HULL and DECK
- White gelcoat deck with molded-in light tan nonskid on deck and cockpit sole.
- Blue single boottop
- Gold cove stripe
- Blue bottom paint
- Varnished teak exterior trim
- Hand laid fiberglass hull and deck
- Deck is set in a 6″ flange in the hull, fiberglassed and bolted to form a permanent hull/deck joint.
- 4200 lbs. lead external keel fastened with 3/4″ Everdur bolts
- Hinckley stainless steel stemhead with bow roller and integral chocks.
- Varnished teak: toe rails, deck trim, handrails, hatch boxes, cockpit inboard coaming and trim including custom teak varnished instrument bulkhead mount, and aft lazarette hatch.
- Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, stainless steel stanchions and double lifelines with gates.
- Chrome cowl vents.
- White translucent cover on opening hatches with varnished teak hatch box
- (5) Fixed ports and windows with opening portlight in head
- Custom housetop varnished teak anchor chocks and liferaft mounts
- Stainless steel genoa tracks on coamings
- Custom 5” radial deck prism
Large aft cockpit with a bridge deck:
- Dodger – Fortune (new 2014)
- Cockpit table – Varnished teak fold-down cockpit table – pedestal mounted.
- Varnished teak-covered interior coamings included built-in winch pockets.
- Varnished teak double cup/mug holder mounted above table
- Two (2) spacious sail lockers – Fiberglass opening cockpit seats with rubber gaskets and drains
- Screened sole scuppers.
- Teak cockpit sole grate.
- Nav instruments on forward bulkhead are backed with a custom varnished teak mounting board.
- Cockpit cushions
- Edson wheel mount on stanchion to allow removal of wheel for entertaining at dock
Pedestal wheel steering
- Stainless steel 32” steering wheel with elkhide covered rim.
- Switch panel and engine controls are located conveniently for helmsman.
- Stainless steel pedestal guard – with mounted Garmin chartplotter/radar.
- Pedestal mounted engine controls (2012)
- Compass mounted in stainless steel binnacle with cover.
- Primary winches – convenient to the helmsman
- Helm cover (2010)
Forward is the varnished teak companionway with teak drop boards and screens to the interior accommodations below.
ELECTRONICS and NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
- B&G Autopilot
- Garmin GPSMap 7610 touch screen Chartplotter/radar display at helm (2017)
- Garmin HD digital radome mounted on mizzen (2017)
- Garmin GMI20 instrument displays for wind, speed and depth (2017)
- Furuno GP-35 Navigator backup GPS
- Standard VHF radio
- Danforth 5.5” Compass
Accommodations include two cabins and a separate Head accommodation plan that is finished in varnished light mahogany, a white overhead and a solid teak and holly sole.
- Espar heat provides a comfortable interior when needed.
The Main Cabin includes the Galley, Galley/Nav area and the Main Salon forward. Forward is a separate Head and the Master Stateroom.
- There are curtains on the windows above the integral varnished mahogany port and starboard handrails in the forward cabin.
Entry to the Main Cabin is from the cockpit companionway steps immediately into the handy Galley and Nav areas:
GALLEY – Full-width Aft – features:
- Formica countertops with stainless steel trim
- Gimballed Princess propane stove with oven and broiler.
- Matching Formica stove cover – stores behind stove – adds additional workspace.
- Varnished mahogany cup rack outboard.
- Sliding door locker storage outboard.
- Port offers natural light.
- Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water.
- Manual freshwater and saltwater hand pumps.
- Dry locker outboard is counter hatch-top accessed.
- Drawer storage
- Switches and gauge in aft bulkhead
- 12-volt lighting
- Large icebox, accessed through countertop hatches.
- Countertop acts as chart table and there is chart storage above.
- Dish storage outboard – behind sliding vented doors.
- 12-volt light aft bulkhead mounted
- Chart light.
- Electrical panel – Aft.
- Electronics – custom mounted aft
Varnished mahogany half bulkhead separates the main salon from the galley areas.
- Bulkhead mounted, fold-down varnished mahogany dining table – has port and starboard settees/transom berths to provide seating.
- Salon can sleep four – Two in the settee/transom berths and two in the pilot berths outboard port and starboard.
- Storage is under the berths.
- 12-volt light forward of the berth.
- A hanging locker is starboard and forward of the berths.
Forward bulkhead includes:
- Large custom shelf
- 12-volt bulkhead mounted lighting
A solid door forward is available to separate the Forward Stateroom from the Main Cabin area.
HEAD (Next forward to port):
- A solid door leads into the Head from main cabin.
Head features include:
- A fiberglass pan sole for easy cleaning.
- Formica countertop
- Stainless steel sink with fixtures.
- Telephone-style shower.
- Hot and cold pressure water
- Raritan head with holding tank and macerator pump to overboard discharge
- Linen locker and storage locker with varnished mahogany door outboard.
Forward V-berth has a filler to make a double berth.
- Seat between with cushion and access under cushion
- Storage area underneath the berths
- Forward access to forepeak that has additional storage space
- Ports and an overhead opening hatch with screen
12-volt system with separate starting and lighting batteries and Balmar 150-amp alternator. This system was completely updated in 1993.
- (4) 6-volt batteries with 230-amp capacity – for engine start and house accessories (2012)
- Battery parallel switch
- Master cut-off switch – turns off all electrical equipment for protection of batteries.
- 12-volt circuit panel – Circuit breakers and voltmeter with switch for battery test .
- 12-volt lighting
110V 30-amp shore power inlet with shore cord
- ProMariner ProSport12 dual bank battery charger (2012)
- AC volt meter with breakers for battery charger, hot water heater and 110v outlets
1998 Westerbeke 35B 32-hp diesel engine.
- 1998 transmission, shaft, cutlass bearing and shaft.
- 3-blade prop (2-blade prop and shaft are available].
- Line cutter on prop shaft
- Racor filter assembly.
Engine is easily accessible for maintenance.
- Engine room blower.
- Electric bilge pump
- Manual Whale gusher manual bilge pump.
- Jabsco Fresh water pump
- Water heater
- Emergency tiller steering
- Espar cabin heating system
SAILS and RIGGING
- Carbon fiber main mast and rigging (new 1999).
- Harken roller furling.
- Spinnaker pole
- Block and tackle vang
- Spinnaker track on mast
- Bird deterrents on spreaders
- Lewmar 48 Chrome two-speed self-tailing primary winches
- Lewmar 16 two-speed self-tailing winch – main halyard
- Lewmar 16 two-speed self-tailing winch – genoa halyard
- Barrient 10 stainless steel winch by companionway
- Winch handles
- Full-batten main (1998) with lazy jacks and two reefs
- 150% Genoa (2015)
- Full-batten Mizzen (1998)
- Asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN (1998)
- .75 oz symmetrical spinnaker
- Working jib
- Storm jib
- Mizzen staysail
- Main and mizzen covers (2013)
- Ideal electric anchor windlass
- 35# CQR anchor
- 30′ chain +250’ x ½” rode
- Bosun’s chair
- Fenders with covers
- Telescoping boathook
- Teak rigging rollers
- Adult life jackets
- MOB pole
- (2) throwable life rings
- (2) Fire extinguishers
- Carbon monoxide alarm
- Radar reflector mounted on mizzen
- Weems & Plath ships clock
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.