Talaria 44 EX
Length w/ Pulpit:
An enlarged version of Hinckley’s iconic 36 Picnic Boat, the Talaria 44 combines old world elegance with sophisticated boat-building technologies. The heart of the Talaria is her spacious semi-enclosed deckhouse with its plush furnishings and handcrafted teak joinery. Forward is the helm area (to starboard) and navigator chair to port. Aft of the port chair is a L-shaped settee with varnished teak table on an electric pedestal that drops down to form an additional bunk with cushion. To starboard is a second L-shaped settee with a small bolster cushion forward. (The settees can be raised on hydraulic rams for access to the engines.) The Talaria was offered with one or two staterooms. Neither layout can be called roomy, but the legendary Hinckley reputation for craftsmanship is on display in every nook and corner. Notable features include a folding roof mast, aft-facing cockpit seating, wide side decks (but no bow rails), and Hinckley’s JetStick control system for easy docking. A top-selling boat for Hinckley during her production years, Yanmar 420hp diesels matched to Hamilton waterjets cruise at 24 knots (28–30 knots top).