THE YACHTS OF B&G
A fleet of head-turning, ultra-comfortable, captained Hinckley yachts
HINCKLEY PICNIC BOAT EP
With a single jet-drive propulsion system, shallow draft, and easy stern access, the Picnic Boat is the perfect yacht for trips to the beach, snorkeling and river/shallow cruising. The Club's first two yachts were Picnic Boat EP's.
M.V. Flying Swan
M.V. True Blue III
HINCKLEY TALARIA 44
One of the largest Hinckley yachts, the Talaria 44 is the ultimate platform for entertaining, long-range cruising and exploring. Driven with twin diesel powered Hamilton Jets and boasting a full galley and vast interior and exterior spaces, the T44's are the pride of the fleet.
M.V. Mariner I
M.V. Fowl Play
M.V. Ms. Haven
HINCKLEY TALARIA 40
Considered the perfect yacht for Barton & Gray by members and crew alike, the Hinckley Talaria 40's are roomy, nimble, eye-catching and comfortable. Like the larger T44's, with twin jets, but with more shallow draft, the yacht is great for beach access.
M.V. Mariner 2
M.V. Divine Miss E
HINCKLEY PICNIC BOAT CLASSIC
The original Picnic Boat, the yacht that started it all. With a single jet-drive propulsion system, shallow draft, and easy stern access, the Picnic Boat is the perfect yacht for trips to the beach, snorkeling and river/shallow cruising.
M.V. Anna Begins
M.V. Almost Heaven
HINCKLEY PICNIC BOAT 37' MKIII
The newest Hinckley model to join the fleet, the Hinckley Picnic Boat 37' MKIII is a very close relative to the Talaria 40. Roomy, nimble, eye-catching and extremely comfortable. Like the larger T44's, with twin jets, but with the smaller length and beam, the yacht is great for beach access.
HINCKLEY RUNABOUT 38
The most unique yacht in the fleet, the Hinckley Runabout 38 is an open-deck style motor yacht with the option of raising the canvas top when the moment calls. Being only a few feet larger than the Picnic Boat, the power of larger yachts and advanced hydro and aero-dynamics, the R38's are quick and sleek - turning heads from Miami to the Hamptons.
When we started the company, we needed a yacht that could take a group of folks out on the water for some swimming, entertaining, & relaxing. The yacht needed to be glorious, comfortable, safe and stable. Fortunately for us, these requirements led us to only one boat builder, Hinckley. Based in Southwest Harbor, Maine, Hinckley builds fiberglass downeast-style lobster boats powered by a jet drive rather than propeller. The yachts boast handmade mahogany and teak wood decking, rails, cabinetry and more. Nothing comes even close to a Hinckley.