The Hinckley Talaria 44 Andiamo is listed with Worth Avenue Yachts for $945,000. The 2008 express-cruiser has accommodations for a cruising couple in its single-stateroom layout.
“She comes onto plane at 2100 to 2400 rpm and likes the tiniest bit of trim tab to run at the hull’s optimum angle of attack. At her cruising speed of 3,000 rpm, or 31 to 32 knots, the engines run at 85 percent load,” Yachting previously reported.
Hinckley first introduced the Talaria 44 in 2007.
With the close assistance of Hinckley, Andiamo has in recent years undergone extensive upgrades to bring it up to date. It is currently enrolled in Hinkcley’s “Yacht Care” package, including heated indoor storage, and has just completed a comprehensive mechanical service.
The upgrades include twin 570 hp FPT common-rail diesels and an upgraded bow thruster to integrate with a new Hinckley JetStick II system, which includes Hoverlock and the PalmStick wireless remote control box. Cruising speed is a reported 30 knots with a 35-knot top-end speed.
Other recent upgrades include:
- New Flag Blue Awlgrip hull paint
- Coppercoat Anti- Fouling bottom paint
- Raymarine electronics
- Fusion Bluetooth stereo
- custom SailShade awning for aft cockpit
- weBBoat 4G coastal internet WiFi system
- FLIR Night Vision Thermal Camera
- new Jet bucket feedbacks, freshly varnished pilothouse
- STIDD helm seats recovered in leather
- custom Southwind style Sisal carpet/sole covers
- LED lights throughout engine room
- MarineAir AC system in owner’s stateroom
- custom stainless-steel bow rail
- a Fortress FX-23 secondary anchor with chain/shackle
Inside the salon, you will be drawn to the high-gloss varnish teak-and-tulipwood finish, and the large bronze tinted windows that surround you, allowing a 360-degree view of the waters. Forward window panels are curved, but will not interrupt your view. L-shaped cushioned seats are found on both the port and starboard side of the salon with matching Perennials fabric, which was upgraded in 2020. Just a few steps down from the salon, you will find a mid-level portside U-shaped galley with high-gloss varnished cherry cabinetry and Granola Corian countertops. A Kenyon two-burner stovetop, built-in microwave/convection oven, custom installed Grunert Polar refrigeration and a Hinckley freezer outboard of refrigerator with top-accessed stainless-steel box, helps bring the comforts of home to the water when preparing a meal.
Step out of the back of the salon through a varnished teak door to access the decks, which has a molded nonskid pattern with multiple cushioned seats and additional features such as a stainless-steel half-round molding on rub rail, swim platform with a stainless-steel swim ladder under the swim platform, weaver dinghy davit mounts on swim platform, new stainless-steel bow rail, stainless-steel chocks and mooring cleats, fishing rod holders on side decks, and an anchor locker, which is molded into the the foredeck locker with a hinged gas-spring-assisted hatch. The anchor can be controlled by remote as well as from the helm.
Step forward from the salon, down a few stairs past the galley and U-shaped dining area, which will also fold down into a berth, you will find locking solid cherry doors that lead into a centerline queen berth. You will find plenty of stowage in the double doors forward to the chain/rope lockers, port and starboard hanging lockers, and outboard lockers and shelf storage. The forward stateroom has stowage drawers below the bunk and outboard, port and starboard of the centerline bunk, stowage compartments with lift-up tops and optional cherry bookshelves. You will also find a private entrance to the head from this stateroom.
Where is Andiamo located? The yacht is currently lying in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
- Length Overall: 44’
- Maximum Beam: 13’6”
- Fuel Capacity: 500 Gal.