The Hinckley Company has launched its latest model, the Hunt Ocean 63. Designed by the C. Raymond Hunt Design studio, the offshore cruising yacht is powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS1350s.
With a hull designed to American Bureau of Shipping certification standards, the Hunt Ocean 63 shares the same hull design and handling characteristics of her military and North American pilot sister ships. The 20 degree transom dead rise on the deep-V hull form has been patented, popularized, and perfected by C. Raymond Hunt Design studio for ocean performance, sea kindliness and comfort.
The package provides a cruising speed of 26 knots with a top speed of 31 knots, according to the builder. At 10 knots, range is 1,150 nautical miles, the company says.
The Hunt Ocean 63 offers a number of versatile layouts with galley up or galley down, 3 or 4 cabins plus a crew cabin.
At the owner’s request, the interior of the first Ocean 63 has extensive brightwork and teak-and-holly soles. Considerable customization is available, both in finish and arrangement. Humphree stabilizers can soften the ride, and IPS joystick control should enable easy docking.
For more information: huntyachts.com