TRUE BLUE is a very special Hinckley Talaria 42. She is the only one built with two engines for speed and redundancy. She also has a second stateroom. With genset and AC, this classic trawler is ready for cruising. Maintained and located at Hinckley Yacht Services in Portsmouth, RI. Asking $205K
“TRUE BLUE” is a custom Hinckley Talaria 42 with interior cabinetry by the Patten yard in Kittery Point, ME. It is the only Talaria of its time to be built with twin engines. Her composite hull was laid in 1991 and the custom interior by Patten was completed in 1993.
This well pedigreed yacht has more redundancy features than her twin engines. “True Blue” also has a spare set of propellers and even a spare propeller shaft in a very clever storage location. Her low hour Westerbeke genset powers her AC and refrigeration with ease for comfortable warm weather cruising. Her upsized ground tackle system makes anchoring a snap. Please review True Blue’s specs below to see how special this yacht is.
True Blue is serviced by Hinckley Yachts in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
In the large Cockpit is a transom/bench seat. The center of the aft bench seat is removable to access the transom door to the large teak swim platform with ladder.
Two lockers on each side of the insulated ice box
The cockpit floor has Hinckley molded-in non-skid with two large lazarette hatches
Cold fresh water faucet
Hot and cold pressure shower
Outboard mounting bracket
Solid teak anchor bow platform with anchor roller and an Ideal MCW windlass with foot switch for up and down
Stainless steel bollard is mounted just aft of the anchor platform
Salt-water anchor washdown faucet
Stainless steel ladder with teak treads is to port and leads to the flybridge.
The Flybridge has a pulpit on the aft end, a custom mast that holds the radar, searchlight, spreader lights and Hinckley TV antenna. There is a varnished teak helm chair mounted on stainless pedestal, fore and aft-facing settees port and starboard and locker storage underneath.
Recent Navy blue Sunbrella bimini with opening clear panels forward and on both sides.
Flybridge Upper Helm Station:
All of the salon area is finished with varnished teak including a teak and oak cabin sole. There is excellent lighting and ventilation throughout and an Espar heat outlet. The aft bulkhead of the main cabin is a raised panel varnished solid teak with center door access and an interchangeable glass/screen insert which leads to the large cockpit.
Aft of the lower helm is a cabinet that houses a TV. There is a settee that is split in the middle by a removable small cocktail table. Opposite to port is another settee that has an additional freezer mounted beneath. Both settees can be converted into berths.
Lower Helm Station:
The lower Helm Station has a helm seat and full instrumentation with custom teak cabinets to house the electronics. Visibility is excellent through three windows, each with its own wiper and washer.
FORWARD CABIN (Owner’s Stateroom)
The Forward Cabin has a large V-berth with storage under, sheathing outboard against the hull, and lockers running fore and aft above each berth. The cabin is finished in the Herreshoff style with white bulkheads, varnished teak trim, and a varnished teak sole.
Moving aft to starboard is a captain’s/Guest Stateroom that has a bunk with storage under. It is finished with white Formica and varnished teak trim and has a door for privacy. A hatch and opening port provide ventilation.
Aft of the guest stateroom is a large Head finished with white Formica with teak trim and a varnished teak grate on the floor.
She has a wonderful U-shaped sea galley that is very well equipped for cruising.
Towel racks, spice racks, custom coffee cup holders, waste bin, hatch, 2 opening ports and an Espar heat outlet.
There are three controls for the AC and Espar heating system located in the Master stateroom, GQuest cabin and the Main salon. The system itself is forced into all areas of the vessel not just where the controls are.