Hinckley Talaria 40

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Hinckley Talaria underway photo by Robert Holland

Hinckley Talaria underway photo by Robert Holland

Pride of Ownership

 

While classic lines belie her high-tech construction technique, there’s no mistaking the Hinckley Talaria 40’s pedigree.  The Talaria 40–so-named for the winged sandals worn on the ankles of the mythical figure of Mercury, a.k.a. Hermes–is the latest evolution of McKenney’s vision and joins the progenitor 36 and big sister 44. And while the beauty of her lines, fine joinerwork, and excellent fit and finish are evident, to me it is her construction techniques that make the 40 special, just like her siblings.  As with her sisterships, the resin is infused into this sandwich by SCRIMP. This proprietary vacuum-bagging system fully saturates the resin, virtually eliminates noxious emissions, creates a void-free structure, and according to Hinckley, results in a vessel 14 percent lighter than similar-size boats built with traditional FRP construction techniques. Click to Read the Review

 

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2001 Hinckley Talaria 40 $575,000 in Fairhope, AL

2001 Hinckley Talaria 40 $575,000 in Fairhope, AL

Michael James
Michael James
Michael James has been with Murray Yacht Sales since 1995 and is in the the New Orleans office.

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