Stuart, FL 34997
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About Hinckley Yacht Services - Stuart
The Hinckley Company started in 1928 as the Manset Boatyard in Southwest Harbor, Maine. Henry R. Hinckley’s focus was on servicing the local lobster boats as well as the yachts of summer residents on Mt. Desert Island. In 1933 Henry built his first boat, Ruthyeolyn, a 36-foot fisherman with beautiful lines that are surprisingly familiar and still look the part even today. That first boat was fished hard for 9 months of the year and then varnished up and chartered in the summer months to vacationers. From the very beginning, the yachts from the Hinckley yard were kept to the highest standards. Henry was not satisfied with many off-the-shelf parts and soon the yachts from Hinckley came to feature custom designed and fabricated hardware such as stanchions, chocks, pulpits and masts. This attention to detail made these yachts distinctive and, in time, they would earn the collective admiration of sailors and yachtsmen around the world. There was something in the way they moved through the water — stately, proud and elegant — or swung on their pennants in the harbor at dusk. People who knew boats could instantly spot a Hinckley; those who didn’t were simply able to appreciate the graceful lines and the glistening brightwork.
Located in the historic Manatee Pocket, a yachting destination renowned for its sport fishing and “old Florida” feel, our Stuart boatyard has been serving the needs of discriminating Hinckley and non-Hinckley boat owners for decades. Over its years of operation and service, it has developed a reputation for superior marine carpentry, paint and varnish work, fiberglass fabrication and repair, metals/hardware fabrication and engine repair work.
Hinckley in well-sheltered Manatee Pocket also has renowned Hurricane Planning for your vessel including both outdoor on-the-hard storage and 40,000 square feet of indoor storage in a new (2019) Category 5-rated, climate-controlled building. Today, many insurance companies require hurricane plans made in advance for vessels they insure.
Max LOA: 115' Max Beam: 25' Max Draft: 8'