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VINTAGE YACHT KINGFISHER

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

K I N G F I S H E R  C L U B 

M E M B E R S H I P

Annual Access to
High-Pedigree
Vintage Yacht

  Fully Crewed & Managed;

Total Restoration

1 9 5 9  ~  5 0'  H U C K I N S  C O R I N T H I A N  ~  2 0 1 9   

Lifestyle Experiences

Philanthropic  Collaboration 

Distinctive Brand Amenities

KINGFISHER Club is a membership of yachting enthusiasts, business and philanthropic leaders as well as exceptional lifestyle brands. KINGFISHER Club offers access to crewed yacht charters ideal for family outingsclient entertainment and philanthropic collaboration aboard the 50-foot, 1959 Huckins motor yacht KINGFISHER.  

A restored, high-pedigree vintage yacht offers a very distinctive and memorable venue for each member's customized use with professional crew, cocktail service, dining and unique gastronomic experiences.   

We work with exceptional partners and boutique brands in offering the finest cuisine, wine, spirits, tastings, premium cigars, lifestyle events, private tastings  and other Member amenities. 

M/Y KINGFISHER offers an extraordinary venue for a weekend getaway, cocktail / lunch / dinner cruise,

family gathering, vip experience or client entertainment...

KINGFISHER Club Membership options are as follows:  

  • Mariner  -  4  Cruises Per Year (Two  8 hr Cruises   |   Two  4 hr Cruises)

  • Admiral  -  7 Cruises Per Year (Three 8 hr Cruises  |   Four  4 hr Cruises)

  • Yachtsman  -  14 Cruises Per Year (Seven 8 hr Cruises  |  Seven 4 hr Cruises)

Members gain access to managed, crewed yacht usage at reduced Member rates in Palm Beach in Winter and  New York / Hamptons  /  Newport, RI in Summer.  Customized memberships with additional access based on usage requirements and locations are possible and will be considered

bi n v i t a t i o n

Membership Inquiries  ~  info@kingfishervintageyacht.com 

M/Y KINGFISHER features a shaded flybridge offering the perfect perch for sightseeing or simply a relaxing cocktail cruise.   A raised fore deck provides ample room for a sun lounge, while the spacious aft cockpit can be utilized for distinctive alfresco dining for up to 6 guests.   A cozy master cabin with V-berth and private bath offer comfortable overnight accommodations

for up to 2 adult guests and 2 small children.

KINGFISHER was launched by Huckins as Hull Number 344 on March 10, 1959, a 48 foot "Corinthian Special" named "SEA SONG III" for John A. Taylor of Clearwater Beach, FL.  For safety and increased range Taylor had Huckins extend the yacht 2 feet in 1962 to install GM Detroit Diesel 653s still in use today (KINGFISHER is the only 50' Huckins 'Corinthian' model in existence).   

48’ Corinthian Special “SEA SONG” ~ 1959, prior to 1962 Re-Power and extension to 50’ (letterhead of original owner JohnTaylor.)

Motor Yacht KINGFISHER  ~  2017

KINGFISHER (Huckins Hull No. 344) Master Diagram

P E D I G R E E. . .

Huckins’ innovation and craftsmanship has combined to produce PT Boats for the Navy during World War II, the world’s fastest motor yachts in the 1930s – 1950s and the best performing motor yachts globally since 1928.  The patented Quadraconic hull used in all Fairform Flyers is still delivering unmatched stability, speed, safety and efficiency for loyal, happy & healthy Huckins enthusiasts worldwide…

Huckins was way ahead of his time both in yacht design and the classic yachting lifesytle...

The Founder of Huckins, Frank Pembroke Huckins... also known as "Huck" ~ enjoying the scenery.   A true Yachtsman and industry pioneer while also being the consummate brand ambassador - and quite the humorist...His legacy lives on today via Huckins Yacht Corporation of Jacksonville, Florida  ~ @HuckinsYacht.

"Although yacht building yields microscopic profits, I would exchange places with no man and there is great spiritual satisfaction in being in a closely held, financially sound little company, unrestricted in the pursuit of a single objective -- trying to build the best thing of its kind in the world. "  

                          

           - Frank P. Huckins