Established in 1928, Huckins Yacht Corporation began building custom yachts at its shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida. At the time, Frank Pembroke Huckins invented the first tried and true planning hulls called the Huckins Quadraconic. Later that same year, the company sold its first custom boat to David M. Goodrich of the Goodrich Rubber Company. By 1946, the yard moved to its current location on the Ortega river, and by 1960, they began sheathing their hulls with fiberglass, and later applying resin to the interiors, which is now known as the cold-molded method of yacht building. By 1969, the yard launched the largest sportfish yacht at the time, an 80-footer, and six years later, launched the largest motor yacht in the US with a fiberglass cored hull. Huckins launched a lot of “firsts”, including the largest outboard cruising yacht of its time at 50 feet, which was a sport yacht powered by 4 outboard engines and capable of reaching 38mph. In 1996, Huckins built the largest yacht in America powered by Arneson surface-piercing propellers and later that year, brought back the elegant yacht design of the ‘50s, and presently, the yard has introduced a new vintage-looking green yacht called the Sportsman 36 with hybrid power connected to efficient pod drives. Scroll down to search our yachts for sale MLS listings for all sportfish, sport, motor and cruising yachts listed for Huckins Yachts today!
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