October 26, 2011

New Model: Hinckley T44 Mk.II Flybridge

Hinckley presents the Talaria 44 Mk.II Flybridge.  The flybridge version is a new addition to the Talaria 44 which in the new mark two version gets updated with larger engines, and more open air features in the pilot house.  The flybridge upper deck of the T44 Mk.II features a  helm console located to starboard, a C-shaped settee to port, and central mast radar arch to central aft.  Access to the fly deck is from a staircase located to starboard.  The interior features a main deck saloon with two L-shaped settees, and lower helm to starboard.  The pilot house also becomes very much a fresh air opening area thanks to sliding side windows, and removable glasses. The lower cabin deck features an owners suite to fore,  separate head and shower room, C-shaped saloon, and L-shaped galley to port side.  Performance is a 33 knots max from twin Cummins 550hp and the renowned Jet Drive low draft propulsion from Hinckley.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.41 m (44ft)
Waterline Length - 12.49 m
Beam - 4.11 m
Draft - 0.71 m
Displacement - 14061 kg
Fuel Capacity - 1892 l
Water Capacity - 378 l
Accommodation - 2 + 2 berths
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSC 8.3m 550hp
Propulsion - Hamilton 322 Jet Drives
Speed - 33 knots max, 28 knots cruise
Hull Type - modified Vee with sixteen degrees deadrise aft
Construction - Scrimp DualGuard, Kevlar and Carbon E-Glass composite hull with Vinylester resin. E-glass deck