Hinckley Talaria 48By Capt. Richard Thiel
For family cruising the layout is ideal
The open galley lets the cook enjoy the crew while preparing meals and snacks.
Curved saloon doors add to the airy feel and open onto the cockpit.
The helm offers a simple layout and comfortable seating
Side gates and a transom door will make line handling and docking a safer task
NOTEWORTHY OPTIONS: Extended bow rail $7,860; cockpit bimini top $2,505; washer and dryer in lieu of guest shower $19,000; satellite TV $10,900; power adjustability for Stidds $6,700; gelcoat cockpit coamings in lieu of teak $3,885.
The cockpit is well suited for dockside entertaining.
This article originally appeared in the June 2012 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.