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Any idea what kind of boat this is? Hinckley?



Boats name is Majek and was in New Brunswick/Maine last summer
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Looks a little like classic Ericson 41.
Maybe....

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Looks like olson has it.. I can't see any trace of the Hinckley logo on the sheer stripes..

And this looks good:
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Boats name is Majek and was in New Brunswick/Maine last summer
Looks like a Bermuda 40 to me. That stem is too curved to be by Bruce King.
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Hi guys here's an update

It is a 1968 Javelin 38 designed by bill tripp, very similar to hinckley 40 b
Was on board yesterday for a tour after meeting the owner . There were only 25 built. His won the Halifax to Marblehead ocean race in 1991. Since then he's completely redesigned the interior. Being a cabinet maker the work is pristine. He has also shortened the boom by 2 feet and purchased a new main. My favorite part was the old style binnacle w/ compass
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Re: Any idea what kind of boat this is? Hinckley?

She has beautiful lines. Looks fast just sitting there.
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Re: Any idea what kind of boat this is? Hinckley?

That is not Majek. She is not a Javelin 38. She is not an Ericson. SloopJonB is right. She is a Bermuda 40, actually a Bermuda 40 Mark III sloop. Rig has been modified, double spreader rig 4 1/2 ft higher than original. How do I know this ? She's mine.
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Re: Any idea what kind of boat this is? Hinckley?

This is Majek. Another beautiful Tripp design.

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Re: Any idea what kind of boat this is? Hinckley?

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Hi guys here's an update

It is a 1968 Javelin 38 designed by bill tripp, very similar to hinckley 40 b
Was on board yesterday for a tour after meeting the owner . There were only 25 built. His won the Halifax to Marblehead ocean race in 1991. Since then he's completely redesigned the interior. Being a cabinet maker the work is pristine. He has also shortened the boom by 2 feet and purchased a new main. My favorite part was the old style binnacle w/ compass
Not Halifax to Marblehead. She won the Marion to Bermuda race in 1997.
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