kinda sorta but not with same logo
Not a Hinckley but a very well built sailing yacht.
The Hinckley company was sold to a Canadian furniture maker and the sons split off parts of the business. Bob took the insurance and brokerage and Henry the third started a competing building, service etc company called Ocean Cruising Yachts. It was up the road in Bar Harbor and employed many of Hinckley's top craftsman. That area has many boat builders and each experienced good and bad times and the work force would shuffle between each for more competitive wages.
OCY built approximately:
1 37 foot power boat, cold molder for a yachtman that was head of the 12 meter Intrepid syndicate for the America's Cup
1 38 custom one off, for the owner of Alden Yachts
1 39 footer for a very experienced yachtsman whose father in law put the first aluminum mast in a large racer/cruiser sailboat and had 22 other major designs.
9 40 footers
8 42 footers
1 51 custom Bill Cook designed racer cruiser.
2 52 footers to Bill Cook designs
The workers at OCY went back to Hinckleys when the company closed its doors as head of Service, head of mechanical dept, head varnisher etc at Hinckleys. A shame when you consider the quality that was produced.
Comparing the fit and finish of these boats to Hinckleys are a comparable dateline they were superior.
The Hinckley company is still the standard but OCY pushed that standard and made Hinckley better.
I believe a few were made after the Bar Harbor plant closed in Ellsworth, Maine. A Canadian firm boat the tooling and also built some at a later date.