The Hinckley Yacht company was founded in 1928 in Maine, producing their luxury sailing yachts and jet-powered Picnic Boats in Trenton. It’s the unique powering of the Picnic Boat, and the classic lines, that still create a pride of ownership ...

Hinckley Talaria 43 Set For Spring In September, Hinckley President and CEO Jim McManus announced the Talaria 43 (T43), doing so from the cockpit of the full-scale mockup of the new vessel. “Building a mockup like this gives us an ...

Hunt Joins Hinckley with Scout In an acquisition that marries two of the Northeast’s most iconic boat brands, Scout Partners LLC has purchased Hunt Yachts. Scout previously bought The Hinckley Company in 2010. “I could not have designed a better ...

Hinckley Adds Pod Drive Option “If it isn’t broke, fix it anyway” could be the rationale behind Hinckley’s decision to make Volvo’s popular IPS pod-drive system available on its 2014 Talaria 48 and Picnic Boat. For more than 20 years, ...

Most boaters know Hinckley as a builder of classically styled, seriously seaworthy, custom motor and sailing yachts. And they aren’t wrong. The 85 year-old Maine company redefined what a jet boat could be with its iconic Picnic Boat, for which ...

The 2nd ARC Flotilla set sail from Castries harbour for Rodney Bay Marina on Sunday, November 25 at 1200 hrs. With forecast gusts of 25 knots, it promised to be an interesting day for the smaller boats, but more so ...