For over 80 years, Huckins Yachts’ philosophy has been to create one-of-a-kind yachts that are “not simply uncommon, but positively unique”. Hemingway was built in 1980 by Huckins Yachts’ world-class craftsman and restored and reengineered in 2012 with a wide array of reliable, redundant, and top-of-the-line systems. The light, strong Airex composite Quadraconic Hull and superstructure weigh just 90,000 pounds resulting in a favorable weight-to-horsepower ratio. Hemingway’s cruising speed is 24 knots while burning less than 70 GPH, with top speeds of 30 knots at 82 GPH. Combine this with ample onboard fuel and water supplies, adventurous long-distance travel is easy and economical, especially when compared to other yachts of this size and range. These features, along with many redundant systems, ensure a strong, fast, efficient, and seaworthy yacht.
There are four staterooms for eight guests, all with ensuite heads, including the full-beam master stateroom. Hemingway also boasts spacious and functional interior areas with mahogany and teak accents running throughout, two large interior living areas, and an eat-in galley area.
Hull, mechanical, and engine surveys expected to be uploaded to this page on Oct. 7th.
Seller is offering a credit of 5% to the high bidder based on their opening bid. Please see the attached Opening Bid Credit form for details.