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2008 Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII Motoryacht

2008 Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII Motoryacht

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Introducing the 2008 Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII Motoryacht, a distinguished vessel that combines classic design with modern engineering for an exceptional boating experience. Located in Harbor Springs, MI, this yacht has been meticulously cared for by just two owners and has always been kept in freshwater, ensuring its condition is nothing short of excellent. With an asking price of $950,000.00 USD, this 44-foot yacht is not only a testament to Hinckley’s commitment to quality but also represents a significant value for the discerning buyer. Powered by twin YANMAR 480-hp electronic diesel engines with original engine hours tallying up to 556, and equipped with Twin Disc Gears and Hamilton 322 waterjets, this yacht promises both power and smooth sailing. The JetStick control system further enhances maneuverability, making docking and tight turns a breeze even for less experienced captains.

The Talaria 44 MKII doesn’t just perform well; it looks the part too, with its Majestic Blue Awlgrip topsides complemented by an off-white gelcoat deck and striking red bottom paint. The teak cockpit sole and additional teak package add a touch of elegance and durability, while the Hinckley DualGuard™ Composite Construction ensures robustness. Safety and convenience features abound, including Marelon ball-valve seacocks, a stainless steel and teak swim platform, and a pilothouse equipped with 3 fixed and 2 sliding side windows. For those who appreciate the finer details, the yacht boasts varnished teak toe rails, eyebrow, handrails, and a cockpit shower with hot and cold mixing valve. The yacht’s commitment to maintenance is evident, with the boat spending nine months a year in heated storage and all services carried out by a Hinckley Authorized Service Facility. This Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII Motoryacht is not just a boat; it’s a statement of luxury, performance, and meticulous upkeep, ready to provide its next owner with unparalleled boating pleasure.

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Basic Information:

  • Price: 950,000.00 USD
  • Length: 44 ft
  • Year: 2008
  • Make: Hinckley
  • Model: Talaria 44 MKII Motoryacht

Technical Specifications:

  • Beam: 13.5 ft
  • Draft: N/A
  • Fuel Capacity: 150|gallon
  • Water Capacity: 100|gallon
  • Cruising Speed: 26 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 31 kn

Engine Details:

  • Make: Yanmar – Model: 6LY3 – Power: 480|horsepower
  • Make: Yanmar – Model: 6LY3 – Power: 480|horsepower


Harbor Springs, MI, US

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What makes the Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII a standout choice for luxury yacht enthusiasts?

The Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII stands out due to its sophisticated JetStick control system, allowing for effortless maneuvering. It’s a two-owner yacht that’s only been in freshwater and has been kept in pristine condition through professional maintenance by a Hinckley Authorized Service Facility. Its original YANMAR 480-hp electronic diesel engines have surprisingly low hours. The yacht’s luxurious teak cockpit, Majestic Blue Awlgrip topsides, and high-quality Hinckley DualGuard™ Composite Construction also set it apart in terms of aesthetics and durability.

How does the location and maintenance history of this yacht benefit potential buyers?

Located in Harbor Springs, MI, this yacht benefits from being a freshwater-only vessel, which can significantly reduce wear and tear compared to saltwater counterparts. Its diligent maintenance by a Hinckley Authorized Service Facility ensures the yacht is in top condition, with every detail attended to. Such a history promises a better overall condition and potentially lower future maintenance costs.

Can you detail the propulsion and control features of the Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII?

The yacht is powered by twin YANMAR 480-hp electronic diesel engines paired with Twin Disc Gears and Hamilton 322 waterjets, offering powerful and efficient propulsion. The integration of a 24-volt DC 10″ reversible prop bow thruster with the JetStick® control system simplifies maneuvering in close quarters, making docking and navigating tight spaces easier and safer for operators of any skill level.

What luxury features does the Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII offer to enhance the onboard experience?

Luxury features abound on the Talaria 44 MKII, starting with its elegant teak cockpit sole that invites comfort and style. The aft-facing cockpit settees with cushions and weather covers offer a perfect spot for relaxation or entertaining. Pilothouse windows equipped with intermittent wipers and fresh water sprayers, Lewmar Ocean aluminum hatches with blinds/screens, and a cockpit shower with hot and cold mixing valve add convenience and comfort. Additionally, the yacht’s state-of-the-art Onan Generator supports all onboard electrical needs during extended journeys.

What does the meticulously maintained and stored status of the Hinckley Talaria 44 MKII mean for potential buyers?

A yacht that spends nine months a year in heated storage and is meticulously maintained signifies a vessel in exceptional condition. It suggests less exposure to harsh elements, which can deteriorate a yacht’s condition over time. For potential buyers, this means acquiring a yacht that has received tremendous care, likely resulting in lower immediate maintenance needs and preserving the yacht’s value and integrity over the long term.

Provided Description:

KEEPER is an outstanding example of the rare and beloved Hinckley Talaria 44 Motoryacht, and it’s even more rare history. Two owner and freshwater since new!  Finished in 2008, she features all the right equipment and has been lovingly cared for her entire life by a Hinckley Authorized Service Facility. No expense was spared. Professionally maintained, KEEPER must be seen to appreciate fully. Her barely used interior has even been updated with luxury neutral fabrics. Given her condition, this boat will not be on the market long. She has only 556 original hours and has spent 9 months a year in heated storage, with only 3 months per year in the cold, fresh water of Northern Michigan.  For the last 13 years she has spent her summers in an undercover slip in Harbor Springs during the summer boating months. She is truly a “time capsule” boat and should not be missed!

Steering SystemJoystick Control VESSEL WALKTHROUGHINTRODUCTION & LAYOUT: KEEPER is a special Hinckley Talaria 44 Motoryacht offered at a very good price. She features a custom T44 Galley down, convertible Dinette, Master Cabin and two Head layout plan.   She was built for a knowledgeable Hinckley owner who was able to tweak the boats specification to ensure she was fully optimized for family and friends. She has always been maintained to a high level by an outstanding maintenance service, as well as a Hinckley Authorized Service Facility.     Highlights include: YANMAR 480-hp electronic engines JetStick Onan Generator Teak cockpit sole and teak package Varnished teak door with custom sliding windows for access to the pilothouse     HULL & DECK:   HULL: Majestic Blue Awlgrip topsides Off White W115 Gelcoat deck & cabin top with molded-in nonskid Off white Double boot stripe to match cabin house Red bottom paint   CONSTRUCTION: The Hull is Hinckley DualGuard™ Composite Construction- Kevlar®/E-glass outer skin. Aircraft grade end grain balsa below the waterline. Carbon fiber inner skin. Laminated with Vinylester resin using Seaman Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP®). The Deck is E-glass outer and inner skin with aircraft grade end grain balsa and closed cell foam core. Laminated with Vinylester resin using Seaman Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP®). The deck has a molded nonskid pattern.   Features include: Marelon ball-valve seacocks below the water line, and Marelon thru-hulls above the water line Stainless steel half-round molding on rub rail Swim platform with teak inserts has a stainless steel swim ladder under the swim platform   DECK: Tapered, varnished teak toe rail with Hinckley profile and varnished teak trim Varnished teak eyebrow around cabin top Varnished teak handrails on the cabin trunk and pilothouse tops and aft pilothouse top (9) Lewmar Ocean aluminum hatches (5 on cabin house and 4 on pilothouse top) with smoke gray Lexan. All hatches have Ocean Air Blinds/Screens (6) Elliptical trunk cabin opening port lights with removable screens. Stainless steel chocks and mooring cleats. Anchor locker is molded into foredeck locker with hinged gas spring assisted hatch. Remote control for anchor windlass as well as control at helm. Anchor also can be pinned in place or pivoted back into the locker for a clean look. Raw water wash down spigot installed in anchor locker Fishing rod holders on side decks Stainless steel post for holding up shore cord Weaver dinghy davit mounts on swim platform   Pilothouse: Windows are 3-fixed forward and 2-sliding side windows Forward windows have 12V self-parking, intermittent wipers with fresh water sprayers Window covers – Optional Sunsure Mesh window covers for pilothouse   Pilothouse roof: Hinckley mast with anchor/steaming light, VHF antenna and aft cockpit floodlight, 2 flag halyards Running lights port and starboard Dual Kahlenberg air horn ACR spotlight with remote at helm station Aft deck floodlight Satellite dome Antenna – KVH M3     COCKPIT: Entry to the boat cockpit is either from the side gunwale step or through the transom. A starboard transom door opens from the swim platform.  Varnished teak coamings and coaming caps Removable teak boarding step for side decks (to keep feet off varnished toe rail) – that can be used port or starboard Stainless steel and teak boarding step inside of coaming – attaches port or starboard Aft-facing Settees – Port and starboard with cushions  Custom Hinckley designed transom seats Weather covers for all exterior seating Cockpit coaming lights with dimmer Courtesy lighting in cockpit walkway riser Cockpit shower with spigot has hot and cold mixing valve near transom door Glendinning Cable master shore cord reel system A cockpit sole hatch provides access to the water jets and provides additional storage Cooler – Insulated and drained “fish box-style” on transom Cup holders Stainless steel 316L drain plates on all scuppers Stamoid cockpit cover fastens to pilothouse top and fastens with snaps to cockpit stern. Access provided by zippers from swim platform and from starboard side deck. Exterior weather covers for cockpit seats including transom seats     PILOTHOUSE/SALON (Midship):  Access is provided from the cockpit by a custom varnished teak door with sliding bronze-tinted glass windows. The Pilothouse has a Helm area with Stidd helm seat to starboard, and Stidd navigator’s seat to port.  L-shaped cushioned settees are aft port and starboard.    Satin varnished cherry dash and window trim Satin varnished teak and tulip sole (2) Varnished cherry handrails in pilothouse, overhead port and starboard Gloss varnished cherry table with fore/aft drop leaf on a stainless steel fixed pedestal to port Storage under port and starboard settees – Drawer in starboard face center section slides inboard Storage locker under forward portion of sole Reverse-cycle air conditioning ducts port and starboard   Windows:  The pilothouse side windows are tinted and slide open to give the helmsmen and crewmembers additional communication to the dock as well as additional ventilation.  Aft windows enclosing pilothouse are curved. These windows are also tinted.   White noise-absorbent overhead with varnish battens (4) Overhead opening hatches for excellent ventilation Sky screen sunscreens on pilothouse hatches Overhead recessed halogen lamps on dimmers provide lighting Window covers for all pilothouse windows – White Sunsure  mesh – Custom Sunbrella cabin sole cover   Navigator/Passenger’s Area: Stidd seat has a fold-down integrated foot rest. The main DC/AC electrical breaker panel is under. Also in this area are: Gooseneck chartlight Galvanic isolator monitor panel 2 Cupholders 110-volt outlet 12-volt cigarette-style outlet at aft face breaker panel Air conditioner control pad Air conditioner outlet vent   HELM: Gloss varnished cherry dash with Hinckley JetStick, (2) GS165 MFD color displays, engine controls and gauges, and a 14″ wood rimmed steering wheel. Stidd helm seat has a custom hinged 6” step-up, fold-down helm step Outboard of the helm seat is a varnished teak shelf with fiddle which houses the Hinckley JetStick®, engine controls, autopilot and a cup holder, Custom 6” step at helm   ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: (2) Raymarine E120 MFD color displays – Chartplotter, Radar/GPS, fishfinder Raymarine CP370 Fish Finder Module/Sounder Sirius satellite weather receiver for the Raymarine MFD displays Raytheon EVO 300 w/P70 control head Autopilot Raymarine 4-Kw open array radar antenna painted to match deck  (2) Yanmar engine displays Raymarine AIS 650 Raymarine I70 multi-function instrument Standard Horizon PS 2000 VHF – with Ram+ mic Control for pilothouse and cockpit speakers Fireboy override switch ACR remote spotlight control Fuel transfer pump on/off switches Lenco trim tab controls and indicators Exalto windshield wiper controls Fuel tank gauges   Entertainment Electronics: Alpine 9861 Stereo/DVD/MP3 player with digital dolby and remote IPOD connection KVH M3 satellite DirecTV   Two 19” flat-screen HDTV’s RF modulator to allow through TV or Alpine stereo Four (4) pair of MB Quartz speakers with amplifier Individual zone volume controls     INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS: From the Pilothouse forward down two steps is the mid-level Galley to port with an open overhead for additional access to the pilothouse.  At the forward end of the Galley is an additional step down to the Dinette which is to starboard. Forward of the Galley and Dinette is a starboard Guest/Day Head accessed from the Main Cabin.  The Owner Cabin is forward with direct access to the private Master Head to port. The forward cabin with centerline bunk is separated from the rest of the cabin area by a solid door.   Interior is finished with satin varnished cherry Cabin sole is gloss varnish teak and tulip wood White fabric overhead with cherry battens Drop-down style curtains on all opening ports except day head Recessed halogen lights, dome lights and reading lamps.  Dimmers on all interior lighting, except Day head A large overhead opening hatch in Master Cabin and an opening hatch in each head with sky screens add extra light and ventilation Sunbrella cabin sole covers   GALLEY (Portside):  Mid-level portside is the U-shaped Galley finished in satin-varnished cherry cabinetry with louvered locker doors and Granola Corian countertop. The companionway has a step light and the mid-step has storage inside.   Kenyon two burner stovetop Microwave/convection oven –built-in under cooktop Custom installed Grunert Polar refrigeration – Forward inboard accessed through large cherry-covered door Hinckley freezer outboard of refrigerator with top accessed stainless steel box Undermounted single bowl brushed stainless steel sink – with Grohe fixture/sprayer Hot and cold pressure fresh water system Countertop accessed storage bin is outboard the sink Storage below microwave  (4) Drawers under counter between microwave and refrigerator Two lockers over sink with lift-up doors Under sink storage behind louvered door Custom knife rack slots in countertop outboard sink Towel double hook 110V outlet Inverter/Battery Charger control panel Generator remote panel Water tank gauge Opening port with skyscreen shade 12-volt dome light over sink with dimmer and forward over-counter spotlights 12V Hella fan   DINING AREA: U-shaped Dining Area is down a step to starboard, opposite the Galley and seats five comfortably.    The gloss varnished cherry dining table is on a manual Stidd hi/lo pedestal that allows the table to convert to a double berth. The drop down position includes a matching covered filler cushion. Pedestal is Padded cover is provided for table. Outboard are louvered door cherry lockers, and a storage alcove Opening portlight outboard with drop-down curtain Custom cherry lockers over the aft end of the settee provide storage and there is an inboard open cubby binocular storage Courtesy step light to galley Two Frigast stainless steel reading lamps fore and aft and one directional overhead halogen light Storage under seats – small safe in forward storage area Overhead hatch with sky screen shade Air conditioning vent. 19” flat-screen HDTV One set of MB Quartz stereo speakers . 110V power outlet   HEADS: Next forward is a head to port and a separate shower to starboard. The head and shower area have cream-colored fiberglass soles with molded-in nonskid. There are opening ports and overhead hatches. Head has Corian  Oat vanity with brushed stainless steel sink, Vacuflush head, and hot and cold pressure water, mirrors, stainless steel towel bars and robe hook. There are two 12-volt Dome lights and two Hella fans. Shower – Starboard, the shower is accessed from the main cabin and has a fiberglass bulkhead with watertight storage area and a mounted handheld shower head Head – Portside Master Head is accessed from the main cabin. The bulkhead is satin-varnished cherry with louvered door lockers. The sink has a pullout faucet. A mirror is over the countertop and a full-length mirror is on the door. Electric Vacuflush marine heads – plumbed directly to the 43-gallon holding tank and overboard discharge Reverse-cycle air conditioning duct in the head & shower area Dual 110-volt AC outlet Custom full length mirror   MASTER STATEROOM (Forward Cabin): Forward, the locking cabin solid cherry door opens to a centerline Queen berth with custom Tempurpedic mattress . Storage includes double doors forward to the chain/rope locker, custom designed port and starboard hanging lockers, and outboard lockers and shelf storage.   The forward cabin has a large overhead hatch with sky screen and there are oval port and starboard opening window ports with drop-down shades for plenty of extra light and ventilation.   Storage drawers below bunk Outboard, port and starboard of the centerline bunk are storage compartments with lift-up tops Hanging lockers port and starboard have a louvered doors and cedar lining and dome lights Two overhead lights as well as Frigast reading lamps mounted on the forward bulkhead (2) Hella fans on the forward bulkhead with remote switch aft Robe hooks 110-volt outlet Air conditioning ducts port and starboard 19” flat-screen display Private head entrance from master stateroom   ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: Separate 12 volt-DC starting and accessories systems – 120/240 volt A/C system with breaker distribution panel: (2) Lifeline GPL-31/600CCA batteries – main engine & generator start (8) AGM GPL-4C batteries – rated at 440-amp/hr – for 24-volt and 12-volt service Custom Bass 12-volt DC electrical circuit breaker panel – with volt and amp meter gauges 12-volt DC 80-amp alternator on starboard engine – for starting batteries 24-volt DC 80-amp alternator on portside – for ships service batteries   120-volt and 240-volt AC systems from shore power and generator: Shore power 50-amp 125/250-volts AC cord and Glendinning reel system Mastervolt inverter/charger – 50-amp 24-VDC house – with remote monitor/control panel 30-amp/12-VDC battery charger for start system 110-volt outlets: Galley, Head, Engine room, Pilothouse, Dinette, and Master Stateroom   Onan 13.5 Kw Generator- low hours- rated for 240 volt AC, 60 Hz Generator has a 35-amp alternator that can also charge the start batteries   OTHER: (4) Four caged 12-volt lights in engine room and one caged light in forepeak Battery switches and engine battery parallel Copper electrical bonding system – grounding buss system and sacrificial anode Pro Mariner galvanic isolator Optional Espar Diesel Heating system Custom border inlay for dinette table with custom Talaria on corner   MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & ENGINE DETAILS:  Twin Yanmar 480hp diesel engines  with 542 hours   Twin Disc Gears, Aqua Drive CV shaft system, and twin Hamilton 322 waterjets. Yanmar electric single-lever controls and synchronizer control the engine RPM’s & transmission   Patented Hinckley JetStick® control system integrates forward and aft motion of the boat, steering, and the 10″ hydraulic bow thruster.    24-volt DC 10″ reversible prop bow thruster – integrated with JetStick® Trim tabs – Dual-cylinder stainless steel with controls and displays at helm station Saltwater cooled-in-line muffler exhaust system Racor LG-100 in-line fuel/air separator filters for engine & generator with vacuum and water sensing gauges Gauges – Oil pressure, water temp, jet nozzle angle, tachometer and fuel  gauges Alarms for low oil pressure, high cooling water temperature, and jet high pressure (hydraulic) Electric engine box riser on port and starboard sides Oil transfer pump for engines, transmissions and generator Manual hydraulic pump (2) Fuel transfer pumps with switch at helm Flojet 12-volt DC pump with accumulator tank 12-volt DC sump pump with automatic float switch for grey water (3) 12-volt DC automatic bilge pumps with float switches High water bilge alarm system with Ultimate Senior switches Whale Gusher bilge pump Saltwater deck wash – Par 6900 pump w/ spigot, hose and faucet – foredeck anchor locker Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher system, with automatic engine shut-down (4) Dry chemical fire extinguishers Two-inch foam/composite fully insulated engine room and flexible engine mounts provide quiet, vibration-free cruising 12-volt DC engine room blower 42,000 BTU MarineAir reverse-cycle air conditioner services pilothouse, galley, dinettes, head, shower, and forward cabin. 24,000 BTU in pilothouse and 18,000 for dinette, galley and forward cabin   TANKAGE: (2) Aluminum alloy 150-gallon wing fuel tanks (1) 200-gallon centerline fuel tank with remote fuel gauges 100-gallon stainless steel freshwater tank 43-gallon holding tank 17-gallon stainless steel insulated water heater – heated electrically or by transfer of engine heat   EQUIPMENT: GROUND TACKLE: Muir electric 24-volt DC windlass in foredeck anchor locker Fold-out custom 316L polished stainless steel bow roller Bow roller mounted 35# stainless steel Delta anchor with 25′ x 3/8″ stainless steel chain +200′ x 5/8″ nylon rode Secondary anchor and rode:  32# Fortress FX55 + 150’ x 5/8” nylon rode with storage bag   EQUIPMENT: ACR spotlight – mounted on pilothouse top with remote at helm Varnished teak bow burgee pole and stainless socket Varnished teak ensign pole and stainless steel socket Kahlenberg dual air horn – 12-volt – with switch on dash Navigation lights Dock lines Fenders with covers Boat hook – mounted under starboard side deck Life jackets      

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