Hinckley 44 Talaria Motor Yacht
Many knowledgeable yachtsmen say Hinckley is the Rolls-Royce of boats, but we disagree: We think Rolls-Royce is the Hinckley of cars. The Southwest Harbor, Maine, builder has been launching some of the world's finest yachts since Henry Hinckley built his first 36-footer in 1933. Combining traditional craftsmanship with modern materials and methods, Hinckley yachts are state-of-the-art, despite their traditional styling. The company's popular Talaria 44 is typical: It has old-time lines, including a radical tumblehome transom, and a jaunty profile reminiscent of the 1940s and 50s. But look under the water and you'll see not propellers, but Hamilton waterjets; under the gelcoat, Kevlar and carbon fiber. If you want the best, and have the resources, Hinckley is where you should shop, and the Talaria 44 might be a good place to start.
Overview of the 44 Talaria
Perhaps the most eloquent expression of the Hinckley power yacht, the Talaria 44 is a stately presence in waters from Maine to Monaco. Her lines, are a study in the vernacular of Down East nautical design. Yet beneath her old-world elegance lies the newest, most advanced boat-building technologies. Her hull uses Kevlar and carbon fiber as part of Hinckley's innovative DualGuard composite construction. With a mere 27-inch draft, unheard of in a boat of her size and capabilities, the Talaria 44 rewards owners with that rarest of yachting pleasures - a peaceful anchorage, far from crowded deep-water harbors and marinas. Cruising range is 340 nautical miles, putting plenty of distance between passengers and civilization.
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