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Brokerage: Hinckley Talaria 44

The boat combines classic lines with sturdy performance.

May 12, 2020
Hinckley Talaria 44
Owners were able to swap out the dinette belowdecks for a double-berth guest stateroom. Courtesy Hinckley Yachts

Between 1999 and 2011, Hinckley Yachts built 82 Talaria 44s, 17 of which were flybridge models. (There were express and enclosed-bridge versions too.)

The 44, powered with various Yanmar diesel options, has downeast lines and waterjet propulsion.

Construction is resin-infused Kevlar, E-glass and carbon fiber.

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The galley and dinette are down to port and starboard, respectively, and there is a forepeak master stateroom.

At press time, two Talaria 44 flybridge models were available, at $397,000 for a 2002 with 655 engine hours and $595,000 for a 2007 with 955 engine hours.

From the Archive

“But it’s the JetStick that really sets this yacht apart. …As you near the dock, simply switch to docking mode by pushing a button, which activates the JetStick and disengages the wheel. Push the joystick sideways, and the computer determines the proportion of bow thruster and jets needed to nudge the boat sideways, with speed controlled by your pressure on the JetStick.” —Yachting, October 2007

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