Fort Lauderdale 2012: Hinckley T34

Since 1928 Hinckley’s day cruisers and picnic boats have attracted attention, but the company’s new T34 may bring in new fan base. The company listened to its clients and responded to their desires with a simple design that focused on great looks, ease of use and versatility.
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Since 1928 Hinckley’s day cruisers and picnic boats have attracted attention, but the company’s new T34 may bring in new fan base. The company listened to its clients and responded to their desires with a simple design that focused on great looks, ease of use and versatility. A spacious cabin sleeps two and includes a large head and full galley. Standard twin Yanmar 6BY2-260s coupled with twin Hamilton 242 jet drives will give the boat a top speed of about 32 knots (good for watersports) and a cruising speed of 29 knots or so. The deep-V hull has a shallow draft (about 22 inches), beam of 11 feet and joystick control, which promises maneuverability and ease of docking. The new T34’s styling makes it immediately identifiable as an offspring of the famous Hinckley family.

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Location: B Dock 209, 211, 213
LOA: 34ft. 3in. (10.49m)
Beam: 11ft. (3.35m)
Engines: 2 x Yanmar 6BY2-260
Speed (max./cruise):  32 knots/29 knots

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