REMEDIOS is a particularly well-cared for and updated Hinckley 59. She has always had a taller spar than her sisterships by four feet for enhanced performance under sail. Under her present ownership, that has been further enhanced by a new carbon fiber mast and, for ease of handling, a carbon fiber boom with in-boom furling. She is equipped with full hydraulics for headsail and mainsail roller furling and power winches. And the list goes on, making her something different/more than her respected and proven Hinckley 59 sisters. Centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6'-6" with board up, and a maximum draft of 12'-6" with board down.
The layout in REMEDIOS is unique to Hinckley 59's in that she has an island queen and guest double berth forward. She sleeps eight in a custom layout that includes an island queen in large owner's stateroom aft with full-beam guest cabin forward which sleeps 3, an added private V-berth in the bow, plus one in the main salon.
Interior joiner work is finely-crafted varnished ash. Cabin soles are solid teak and holly with a gloss finish. Custom mattress pads and linens are included. Fans, opening ports, port lights, deck hatches and nine exceptionally large stainless steel cowls (2005) provide plenty of ventilation and natural light. Brass reading lights, white curtains are further touches that bring together the light and airy ambiance found in this beautifully cared for classic Hinckley sailing yacht.
Forward of main salon is a full-beam guest stateroom with double berth to port and single Pullman berth to starboard, plus hanging locker, bureau and storage lockers. Overhead hatches, opening port, port light and oversized dorade vents provide excellent light and ventilation. Next forward is the thwartship guest head.
The guest head includes a SeaLand 706 vacuum-flush fresh water toilet, sink and vanity. The shower with teak seat is to port with several storage lockers outboard.
Generous V-berth is forward of the thwartship head, accessed through the head and/or from on deck.
The main salon features a long settee to starboard and a U-shaped settee with hi/low oval table (that can convert to sleeping accommodations for two; there is no cushion onboard to effect the conversion) to port. There is an abundance of storage space, including lockers outboard – two with stained glass insets in the locker doors, shelves, and drawers are beneath the settees. New (2014) salon cushions, crew covers and throw pillows.
A large U-shaped galley is aft of the main salon to port, featuring generous counter space, drawer and locker storage. Counters are off-white Corian with built-in soft-edged Corian fiddles.
- Corian double sink with hot and cold pressurized water and soap dispenser
- Force 10 propane gimbaled 4-burner range and oven with broiler (2005)
- Grunert top-loading refrigerator / freezer, seawater-cooled unit with separate 5.5 cu. ft. freezer and 8.5 cu. ft. refrigerator boxes
- GE 700-watt microwave oven (2004)
- Exhaust fan
- Fresh water hand pump to provide access to the water tanks in case of an electrical failure
The navigation station is aft of the salon to starboard. There is an oversized chart table, fixed seat with backrest, and electronics and DC electrical panel outboard. Two brass dome lights over nav desk, both with red and white lights.
The passageway leading to the owner's stateroom has a wet locker, a large counter/chart table/ workbench with lockers above/outboard, and easy access to the engine room inboard that is truly an engine room on in board side of passageway.
The owner's stateroom aft has a generous centerline queen with storage everywhere: under the berth, to port and starboard along hull and forward beneath the custom vanity with Corian sink and counter top.
The owner's stateroom is uncommonly large, as less space is devoted to the head. The owner's head houses only a SeaLand 706 vacuum-flush fresh water toilet, shower and storage lockers. By having the sink and counter space as part of the vanity and open to the owner's cabin, the cabin is larger and feels far more open.
- Northern Lights M483 diesel powered generator (2001)
- (8) Rolls CH 375 6 V flooded lead acid batteries in two banks of 4 each (2013 (4) and 2014 (4))
- Xantrex Link 10-battery status monitor (2004)
- Victron Energy 12V/200VA multi compact battery charger/inverter (2012)
- Raymarine SPX-SOL Corepack controller for hydraulic autopilot (2013)
- Furuno Weather Fax (2004)
- Meteoliner electronic barometer/baroscope
- Raymarine ST60+ wind and close hauled wind instrument (2010)
- Raymarine ST60 speed instrument (2004)
- Raymarine ST60+ rudder angle indicator (2012)
- Raymarine ST60 depth instrument (2004)
- Raymarine chartplotter (2011) with (2) multifunction displays – ( (1) at nav station (E90W – Master), (1) in cockpit (E140W slave)) with active AIS and interface with digital radar
- Raymarine Radome digital, high def, 18" radar antenna with chartplotter interface (2012)
- Standard Horizon VHF 25-watt marine transceiver with (2) mikes (cockpit & nav station), AIS, 30 watt loud hailer with fog signals (2010)
- ICOM IC-M88 VHF handheld submersible marine transceiver (2010)
- Standard Horizon HX850S VHF handheld marine transceiver with GPS (2010)
- ICOM IC-M802 MF/HF marine SSB transceiver (2004)
- Panasonic 14" LCD TV (2008) and Insignia DVD player
- (2) Jensen Marine AM/FM stereo/radio/CD player with (6) speakers (mail salon, cockpit, owner's stateroom) (2009)
- Perkins, Model 6-354 M, 135 hp diesel marine engine (4,245 hours as of 8/2014)
- Isotemp 13-gallon water heater (2014)
- Raymarine E12171 12 V constant running hydraulic pump (2013)
- Racor fuel filter and water separator (2003)
- Racor fuel polishing system, which filters and cleans the fuel without running the fuel to the engines or generator
- (3) 12 V Jabsco bilge pumps, for bilge and sumps (2014)
- Jabsco deck wash pump with pressure switch (2008)
- Espar Airtronics 12 V L-B5 diesel forced air heater (2016)
- Jabsco deckwash pump w/ presure switch (2016)
Hull is land-laid fiberglass with 1" Airex core. Airex-cored hull stringers are integrated with engine mounts and mast step. Topsides are Flag Blue Awlgrip (2015), gold cove stripe, white boot top and red bottom. The bottom was sodablasted with subsequent application of five barrier coats and new antifouling paint in 2015. Decks are white Gelcoat (redone in 2005) with tan non-skid molded in. The deck fiberglass is cored with 3/4" Klegecell, set on 7-1/2" deck flange and bonded to hull with fiberglass and bolted on 8" centers. Centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6'-6" with board up, and a maximum draft of 12'-6" with board down.
- Maxwell VMC 2200 anchor windlass, 12 V electric, 2200 lbs. load (2003)
- Lewmar 560 V2 windlass controller and rode counter (2012)
- Danforth 35# anchor
- Fortress FX55 aluminum folding, stowaway anchor (2013)
- Nissan 9.8 hp, 4-stroke dinghy engine (2010)
- 122# Vulcan Anchor (2016) with 280 feet of 3/8” HT G4 chain (2012)
- West Marine Zodiac HP inflatable, hard bottom 4 person dinghy (2016)
- Canvas: Nylon cockpit enclosure screens that zip onto awning (2016)
- GMT double spreader carbon fiber mast with roller furling boom (2008)
- GMT carbon fiber spinnaker pole (2004)
- Navtec stainless steel rod rigging (2008)
- Toolova GmbH Shootit 12/R22 stainless steel rigging cutter (2004)
- Holmatro ISO 9001 hydraulic boom vang and backstay control (2010)
- Holmatro ISO T-30 hydraulic boom vang (2008)
- GMT hydraulic furling system in boom (2008)
- Reckmann hydraulic furling system for genoa (2008)
- Lewmar Commander 400 24 volt hydraulic power supply for (5) winches, genoa & boom roller furling systems (2008)
- Reckmann RS200 manual furling system for yankee stay sail (2013)
- Quantum carbon fiber-reinforced Dacron main sail (2008)
- Quantum carbon fiber-reinforced Dacron 130% genoa (2008)
- Quantum carbon fiber-reinforced Dacron 95% genoa (2010)
- Quantum carbon fiber-reinforced Dacron yankee stay sail (2008)
- North Sails 180% 0.75 oz. Dacron gennaker (2005)
- North Sails heavy Dacron storm jib (2003)
- North Sails heavy Dacron trysail (2003)
- Sunbrella dodger (2013)
- Sunbrella awning with zip-on side and stern sun/rain panels (2013)
- Nylon cockpit enclosure screens that zip onto awning (2005)
- Harken X1F electric mast winch (2001)
- 4) Antal W70 HD hydraulic winches for jib and genoa sheets with 100 cc motors (2008)
- Antal W52 HD hydraulic winch for main halyard and main sheet and centerboard (2008)
- (2) ACR Electronics 406 EPIRBs (2006)
- Switlik 10-person life raft (2008) with hydrostatic release
- (6) Inflatable life vests with harnesses
- (4) Immersion suits