PEMAQUID is a Hinckley 42' Sou'wester 42 currently listed for sale on the market. While this boat is not currently listed with United Yacht Sales, our team is happy to work on your behalf in the research and potential sale of the vessel. Our commitment to our clients is to find the best yacht available that fits the their needs, no matter where its listed. United is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Cruisers and similar boats.
PEMAQUID is a solid example of the popular Hinckley Sou’wester 42 Series, designed and equipped to serve either as a safe and comfortable base for extended cruising or as a handsome daysailer around the bay. Her current owners have sailed her for about twenty years, using her only lightly each summer in New England and storing every winter under cover. PEMAQUID has also benefited from many upgrades with her current owner, including relatively new engine, electronics, canvas, sails and cushions. She also has many other desirable features such as generator, air conditioning and cabin heater. Priced well below others on the market, PEMAQUID offers exceptional value for one looking for a high-quality, pedigreed sailing yacht. Recent survey available (2017).
PEMAQUID features the standard
Sou'wester 42 layout that comfortably sleeps up to six. The interior shows off
her beautiful Maine craftsmanship with satin-finished solid ash trim, cabin
doors, drawers and louvered locker fronts, with larger ash veneer surfaces for
a relatively light and airy feel below. Cabin soles are solid teak and holly
finished with satin varnish. Numerous portlights, windows, (1) opening
porthole, (2) hatches and (4) dorade vents provide nice light and ventilation.
Walking forward from the main cockpit and down the short companionway steps, one finds the U-shaped galley conveniently located to port with the following highlights:
Aft and to starboard is a large quarterberth with locker storage and a long shelf. A comfortable forward-facing nav station is ahead of the berth with built-in bench seat with backrest, and a large opening chart table. There are (3) drawers for storage and convenient access outboard to electrical swith panels and navigation equipment.
The main salon is forward of the galley and nav station, featuring a pull-out settee/transom berth with pilot berth outboard to port, and a second pull-out settee/transom berth with multiple lockers and entertainment equipment/custom bar locker outboard to starboard. The large solid ash dining table on centerline has drop leaves and built-in storage. There are also several drawers integrated into the backrests each side, plus a bureau and hanging locker forward.
Forward of the main salon is a private head compartment with access from both the salon and privately from the owner’s cabin. Highlights include:
The owner’s cabin forward features a V-berth that converts to a double with filler piece, along with a small seat on centerline. There is great storage space including a bureau to port, hanging locker to starboard, sliding lockers outboard of berths and additional drawers and large spaces under the berths.
Entertainment System Includes:
12-Volt DC system and 110-Volt AC
Yanmar 4TH3-TE diesel 75-hp engine (installed
2008 - 2,187 hours) with Hurth reduction gear transmission.
Hand laid molded fiberglass hull and
deck. Hull is cored with Airex foam for additional strength with solid glass in
area of centerline and thru-hull fittings. External lead keel with fiberglass
centerboard protected by bronze leading edge. Centerboard
configuration offers minimum draft of 5’ with board up; draft with board down
extends to 9’ – 2” for enhanced upwind performance. Molded fiberglass rudder
with stainless rudder post. Topsides are Awlgrip (2008) with gold cove stripe,
navy blue bootstripe and green bottom. Deck is white gelcoat with molded in light
The large T-shaped cockpit features a binnacle mounted compass, elkhide covered steering wheel and fold-up varnished teak cockpit table with drop leaves. There are varnished teak coamings, backrest cubby holes, and laid teak cockpit sole with drainage scuppers. Yanmar engine control panel is at the helm, with sailing instruments on forward bulkhead.
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.