The Hinckley Company, founded in Southwest Harbor, Maine, has been building and servicing sail and jet-powered yachts since 1928. Scout Partners acquired Hinckley in December of 2010.
In a new video, Hinckley Boat Company’s product development team is touting a new Talaria 34 Runabout that is expected to make its debut this spring, putting the company on a growing list of those teasing their products online before they are formally introduced.
The Hinckley Company said today that it acquired Morris Yachts, another high-end Maine yacht builder.
For the last year, the approximately 630 employees of The Hinckley Company continued to work while their leader, CEO Jim McManus, was largely away from the company fighting to overcome throat cancer.
The Hinckley Company hired industry veteran Nick Bischoff to lead sales of its Hinckley sailboats and powerboats and Hunt Yachts.
Hinckley Yachts is building a Day Sailor 42 that will be rigged with a GMT Composites carbon PowerFurl 215 boom.
Eastern Maine Community College said graduates of its 2014 class with degrees in fine woodworking and cabinet making probably will have full-time employment after they graduate this month.
Hinckley Yacht Services said it will display its most recent refit/repower on a Talaria 44 at the Feb. 13-17 Miami International Boat Show.
The Hinckley Company won the first My-Villages Innovation Award, which was presented Monday at the Rhode Island Marine Trades Associations annual meeting. The award, to be presented annually, will honor companies that demonstrate leadership in reinventing the way the marine industry cares for customers by helping boat owners better operate and maintain their vessels using…more
R.I. neighbors Hunt and Hinckley say the brands will retain autonomy in union of like-minded companies Hunt Yachts hopes to take advantage of The Hinckley Companys distribution and service reach after being acquired by parent company Scout Partners LLC. We should be able to push more volume through and break into new markets, Hunt president…more
As far as new-boat introductions go, the one held in a boat shed at The Hinckley Co.s Portsmouth, R.I., facility Wednesday was a little unusual in that the boat was nowhere to be seen. Instead, CEO Jim McManus introduced the first look at the Talaria 43 from the cockpit of a full-scale mock-up of the…more