The Bill Tripp, Jr. designed Hinckley Bermuda 40 is a true American classic. Her lovely lines, mirror-like varnish, substantial polished stainless steel fittings and timeless design have tickled the fancy of boaters since the launch of hull #1 in 1960. There were 200 plus B-40s built between 1960 and 1991 and Redemption is likely the nicest example on the market today.
She was originally built to the exacting standards of a Swiss national jeweler who demanded the finest B-40 ever built. He enlisted the help of his friend, an architect from Geneva, Switzerland and flew him to Maine on a monthly basis to "oversee" the build. Upon completion she was packed into a container and shipped to Switzerland where she spent twenty years in the fresh waters of Lake Geneva. She was then shipped back to Maine in 2001 and purchased by her second owner who enjoyed light seasonal cruising in New England. Her current owners purchased Redemption in 2017 and invested more than $200,000 in maintenance and upgrades, including a new engine, electronics, renovated galley, renovated head, exterior varnish and much more. Redemption is a stunning vessel that will endure for many more generations.
If you are seeking a proper yacht in excellent condition, please consider Redemption.
Draft: 4' 9" center board up and 9' 3" with the center board down
MATT J. MALATICH
S&J YACHTS - CHARLESTON
843-872-8080 | www.sjyachts.com | email@example.com
Charleston City Marina
13 Lockwood Drive
Charleston, SC 29412
Broker of fine yachts and dealer for:
Discovery Yachts, Southerly Yachts, Bluewater Yachts, Britannia Yachts, Island Packet, Seaward, Blue Jacket and Delphia
Charleston, SC | Annapolis, MD | Rock Hall, MD | Deltaville, VA | Palmetto, FL
Redemption's interior features a full-width salon, dedicated navigation station, galley, head and forward cabin. The interior joinery is gloss varnished Honduras mahogany and the cabin sole is mahogany and holly. The main and forward hatches are Hinckley built of teak and translucent plexiglass and are double hinged to allow them to open forward or aft. There are LED lights and new Hallo fans throughout the interior.
The SALON comfortably accommodates six people around a drop-leaf dining table with two pull-out drawers. There is a u-shaped seating area to port and a transom berth on the starboard side with a pilot berth above. There are pull-out drawers below the seats, storage behind the seat backs and shelves mounted outboard. There is a book/bottle shelf and hanging locker forward of the starboard settee.
The GALLEY was completely redone in 2018. It features a L-shaped counter, undermount stainless steel sink, pressurized water faucet, new manual fresh water pump, Grunert heavy-duty refrigerator/freezer, new three-burner stove and a new convection oven/microwave. There are two pull-out drawer below the microwave and storage cabinets with sliding louvered doors above the counter and a shelf.
The dedicated NAV STATION is on the starboard side. There is a comfortable upholstered seat with a pull-out drawer below, a large nav desk with storage and two open shelves. The electric panel and electronics are mounted in the nav area.
The ENGINE COMPARTMENT is accessible via a door under the galley sink and removable companionway steps.
The HEAD was also redone in 2018. There is a new counter with an undermount stainless steel sink, pressurized hot/cold water faucet, shower head, mirror, storage cabinets and a manual head.
The private FORWARD CABIN has a V-berth with pull out drawers under both sides. There is a hanging locker to starboard opposite a dresser with five drawers and an open cubby. Shelves are mounted on either side of the berth.
A bulkhead with a door separates the forward cabin from the FOREPEAK.
The spacious cockpit has a bridge deck, two large seat lockers and a teak coaming with scuttles for small gear stowage. The traveler is located on the coach roof bridge to keep the main sheet clear of the cockpit. There is a custom teak cockpit grate.
A 28” stainless steel wheel is mounted on a steering pedestal with guardrail. The pedestal contains a compass mounted in a stainless-steel binnacle, a wheel brake, throttle, clutch controls and the 12” Garmin chart plotter (2018).
Redemption underwent a major mechanical refit in 2018.
The primary electrical switch panel is located aft of the navigation station. The engine, rigging and electrical system are bonded to the keel.
Lighting upgrades in 2018: LED bulbs installed in interior lighting, LED spreader lights, LED mast lights.
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.