⁃ Year: 1980
⁃ Current Price: US$ 199,900
⁃ Located in Dana Point, CA
⁃ Hull Material: Fiberglass
⁃ Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
ARCA is a very complete cruising auxiliary yacht. Her deck hardware is a mark of Hinckley excellence. Featuring an easily-managed sail plan, superb Hinckley construction and classic lines, ARCA is truly a legendary yacht. This boat is exceptionally clean. Inside is beautiful teak interior and outside shows pride of ownership. She has Completely new bottom. Arca is owned by an LLC that may be beneficial to you. Please consult your Tax Advisor.
ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION:
LOA: 50 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
LWL: 36 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 62 ft 0 in
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine Model: 6 Cyl./FWC
Cruising Speed: 9 mph
Maximum Speed: 10 mph
Engine Hours: 3650
Fresh Water Tanks: (280 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (300 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (25 Gallons)
Displacement: 26.5 tons
Total Power: 120
Accommodations & Layout
The forward cabin contains port and starboard V-berths or one large berth queen size+ with mahogany battens following the hull shape outboard of the bunks. There is access to the foredeck ladder through a traditional scuttle. A hanging locker and bureau provides storage space, air-conditioning controls and 12v fan provide comfort. A chain locker is located foreward of this cabin.
This state room is serviced by the foreward head, located just aft and to port. The
head featues a Corian countertop with stainless wash basin and towel rods. There is one
opening port for fresh air and natural light. Storage is in louvered lockers. The shower has a Symmons saftymix control with a 6' hand shower hose. The head is a Vacuflush fresh water system connected to the 22 gal. holding tank. The floor is teak grating.
Next aft and to port is the owner's stateroom with upper and lower berths. The lower Berth is oversized and can be converted to a comfortable double using the upper bunk pad and flipping down a "lip." Both these bunks are fitted with burgundy ultrasuede covers with blue ultrasuede pillow covers.
Fresh air is supplied to the cabin through a 12" deck dorade, a separate reversible-opening hatch or 12v fan. Additional natural light is captured by a fixed hull port
through the cabin side and a dead light in the overhead. There is ample storage in a hanging locker and bureau with four drawers. The owner's cabin is also serviced by the forward head with access through a door forward and to port.
Opposite this cabin is an additional passageway cabin with upper and lower berths outboard. These bunks are covered in the same materials as the port cabin. There is a port, an opening hatch and a large dorade vent, all providing natural light and ventilation.
This cabin is serviced by the adjacent head which is aft along the starboard side. The head features a Corian countertop with stainless wash basin and towel rods. There two opening ports for fresh air and natural light. Storage is in louvered lockers. The shower has a Symmons saftymix control with a 6' hand shower hose. The head is a Vacuflush fresh water system connected to the 22 gal. holding tank. The floor is teak grating.
Next aft is the main salon with 6' 6" headroom. The salon features an L-shaped settee to port in blue ultrasued with a double drop-leaf fixed table with bottle rack. Outboard of the settee is storage in louvered lockers above.
Just aft of the main salon settee is the navigation station with a leather Pompanette (swiveling and sliding) pedestal armchair.
To starboard is the well-equipped galley with stainless steel and Corian countertops. It has a stainless steel double-basin sink with center drains. Separate faucets supply filtered water, hot and cold mix and manual fresh water pump, with a built in soap dispenser.
Complete set of cutlery, Cuisinart cookware, porcelain and acrylic dishes and Arcoroc glasses stow neatly and efficiently in carpeted custom-fitted louvered lockers. The stove is a Shipmate 3-burner surface with baking and broiling elements in the oven, fully gimbaled or locked in place in a stainless-lined compartment with fiddles and guardrail. Fuel is supplied by two 20 lb. aluminum Worthington cylinders connected via a selector valve, pressuregauge and flexible line in a vented locker to a Marinetics shutoff switch. A microwave oven is built-in the aft bulkhead.
Refrigeration is provided by separate stainless-lined refrigerated boxes and freezer (no drain hole). New compressor seals, filter drier and larger voltage lines were installed in 1996.
Individual thermostats with hour meters to monitor running time control a Grunet 12V
water-cooled compressor. External thermometers allow monitoring of refrigerator/freezer
temperatures. The water pump is protected by a continuously vented strainer to prevent
airlock, regardless of sailing position. The custom stainless trash bin has a mahogany facing.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Wood Freeman 500 B2 Automatic Pilot with handheld remote. Boards updated July 1994.
Digital Marine Northstar 800X Loran C (new in June 1987), software updated May 1990.
ICOM IC-M700 HF SSB Radiotelephone. 150 watts.
ICOM AT-120 Automatic Antenna Tuner
Norseman backstay insulators.
Bird SWR/Wattmeter in-line (all new in July 1987).
ICOM IC-M55 VHF Tranceiver (new in July 1987).
ICOM IC-M59 VHF Tranceiver (cockpit) (new in January 1999).
Apelco 510 VHF Transceiver (handheld) (new in July 1997).
Furuno 1831 30-mile Radar (new in December 1993).
Garmin 126 GPS Receiver (new in March 1998).
Magellan GPS Handheld Satellite Navigator (new May 1997).
Toshiba Satellite Pro 400CS. Laptop Computer (new in March 1998).
Navtrec Electronic Charting.
BBA Chart Kit Regions #2, #3, #4, #6, #7, #8, #12, #17.
Nautical Software Tides & Currents Pro.
S-200DL LCD Digital Depth Sounder (cockpit).
Repeater below at nav station.
S-100Kl LCD Digital Knotmeter (cockpit).
Repeater below at nav station.
Corinthian Series combination wind direction (analog) wind speed (digital).
A181 Totalizing log and resettable trip distance log.
Sony XR-700 AM/FM Cassette stereo player (new in June 1997).
JVC CD Player (new in May 1996).
JBL 3 way 100W speakers (4ea) (new in September 1998).
ACR EPIRB Class B located in liferaft (new in January 1994)
12V DC and 120V AC systems. DC ship's power provided by four 6V Surrette lead-acid batteries (new in March 1994) connected in series and paralleled. 524 Ah. Main Engine and Genset have a dedicated 8D Rolls 12V battery for starting (new in March 1994). Main engine has a 105A Leece-Neville alternator for charging the starting battery. Using switching, any alternator can charge either battery bank. Battery banks can also be combined due to a low starting battery. Two Hubbell shore connectors provide AC power dockside; two 50A cords for extended stays or a lighter 30A cord for overnight. The AC panel has separate 50A and 30A breakers for each section. Shoreside charging is from a LaMarche Constavolt 60A charger.
Deck and Hull
Arca is constructed of one piece solid fiberglass reinforced polyester resin, hand laid up in a female mold. Deck, deckhouse and cockpit are molded in one piece. A non-skid pattern is part of the deck mold. She has a full keel with a centerboard and attached rudder.
Beginning at the bow, Arca has the traditional Hinckley cast stainless stem iron. This fitting incorporates port and starboard fairleads and headstay attachment. Arca is equipped with a Harken MK II jib reefing and furling system Size 2 (new in November 1994) The anchor stows on a stainless bow roller. A Forespar spinnaker pole and Forespar reaching strut (both new in 1987 and repainted in 1993) are located on the foredeck. A hose bib accessed through a deck plate allows anchor washdown. The main mast and boom were refitted in November 1994.
All fasteners were removed and all winch base boltholes were TIG welded, filled, faired, tapped and repainted in Awlgrip off-white. All fasteners were coated in Tef-gel and all winch base plates, cleats (new), fittings, tangs and spinnaker track were isolated by nylon washers. On the boom, the reefing padeyes were replaced on thicker welded bases. At the time, any standing rigging older than one year was replaced. the current Lewmar traveler was new in June 1994. The mizzen mast was new in March 1995. the spinnaker pole is lifted by an Anderson Line tender. Main halyard, jib halyard and spinnaker halyard winches are Barient #22 stainless drums. Reefing is by Barient self-tailing #32s, either manually or two-speed electric motor. Barient #10 mizzen halyard and #10 mizzen sheet. Cockpit seats and cockpit well have teak decking. There is a folding double drop-leaf cockpit table. Boarding from the dinghy or swimming is via a folding teak and chrome ladder. Steering is cable, chain and quadrant. Wheel steering and autopilot use separate quadrants.
Sails and Rigging
Genoa 160% 849 sq. ft. : Hood Laminar 1985. Genoa 140% 743 sq. ft. : #2 1/2 : Hood 1980. Working Jib 110% 584 sq.ft. : Hood 1980. Storm Jib 12 oz. triple-stitched 150 sq. ft. : Posey 1990. #2 Storm Jib 9oz. triple-stitched 145 sq. ft. : Posey 1990. Mainsail Two reefs triple-stitched 412 sq. ft. : Posey 1992. Storm Trysail 12oz. triple-stitched 145 sq. ft. : Posey 1990. Mizzen 7.5 oz. Full batten, Single reef 143 sq. ft. : UK Sailmakers 1998. Mizzen 140 sq.ft. : Hood 1980. Tri-radial Spinnaker .75 oz. : Hood 1990. MP-S Spinnaker 1.5 oz. : Hood 1982. Mizzen Staysail 1.5 oz. : North 1990. Foretriangle = 511 sq. ft. Total sail area= 1066 sq.ft
▪ Lehman Ford 6-cylinder
▪ 380 cu. in. 120 h.p. @ 2500 r.p.m. naturally aspirated.
▪ Racor 900 primary fuel filter.
▪ Dual Simms secondary fuel filter.
▪ Injector pump (overhaul June 1994).
▪ Oil cooler (new in May 1993).
▪ Acid bath (in April 1996).
▪ Paragon hydraulic transmission
▪ 2:1 reduction, Direction of rotation : left.
▪ Hydraulic random positioning disc/pad shaft brake by HOBCO.
▪ Shaft = 1 1/4" Aquamet #22 stainless steel (new March 1996).
▪ Stern tube = stainless steel (new in March 1996).
▪ Propeller = self feathering 3-bladed bronze 20 x 18.
▪ Rudder Gudgeon = Bronze bushing (new in March 1996).
▪ Generator:Westerbake 15KW 4-107.
▪ Racor 500 primary fuel filter.
▪ CAV secondary fuel filter.
▪ Water Heater:
▪ AllCraft 12 gallon horizontal water heater (new in February (2004).
▪ Both inner and outer tank fabricated in stainless steel.
▪ Also heated from main engine fresh water circulation.
▪ Main Fuel tank = 150 gallons, fiberglass, located centerline amidships below the sole.
▪ Bow Fuel tank = 70 gallons, fiberglass, located below forward V-berth, with dedicated electric
▪ transfer pump and separate deck fill.
▪ Water tanks = 60 gallons, fiberglass (four each total capacity = 240 gallons).
▪ All tanks connect to a manifold and can be opened and closed individually.
▪ All tank tops are the same height so they can all be filled simultaneously.
▪ Holding tank = 22 gallons, fiberglass, located forepeak, clean-out by macerator or at
▪ deck fitting.
▪ Galley Maid Super Water Pump (new in 2006).
▪ Water pressure system accumulator tank (new in August 2006).
▪ Jabsco 34600 bilge pump
▪ high water alarm, Ultra Pump switch Float Switch (new in October 1994).
▪ Jabsco 37202 sump pump
▪ Ultra Pump switch Float Switch (new in October 2006).
▪ Whale Gusher 25
▪ manual bilge pump.
▪ Whale Gusher TITAN
▪ manual bilge pump (new in June 1990).
▪ Groco SP060 Flo-master Vane Pump
▪ main engine and generator oil changing.
▪ Jabsco 36900
▪ anchor/chain wash down.
▪ Jabsco 18590 Macerator
▪ forepeak holding tank
▪ Marine Air P900
▪ refrigeration circulating pump (new in June 2005).
▪ OTHER FEATURES:
▪ Avon Rover Dinghy R3.40 11' 10" (new in 1987).
▪ Eventide 9.9hp outboard (new in 1987).
▪ Avon Ocean 6-person Life raft in fiberglass container secured on deck (new in January 1994,
▪ inspected March 1998).
▪ Keefe 12V. DC electric windlass
▪ stainless capstan and stainless wildcat.
▪ CQR 60lb. with 5/16"x 280' BBB chain (new in October 1994).
▪ Danforth 35-H with 3/8" x 35' chain and 3/4" x 250' three-strand nylon line.
▪ Danforth 35-H with 3/8" x 35' chain and 5/8" x 300' three-strand nylon line.
▪ Galerider Survival System drogue (new in March 1998).
Owner's personal items not included.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Captain Michael O'Connor C.P.Y.B.
President-Broker-California Notary Public