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2002 Hinckley Talaria 40



Brooklin, Maine, United States
  • 1 Heads
  • 2 Engines

"While her construction techniques are certainly important features, it is her flawless finish and fine lines that make the Talaria 40 impressive to look at. She has stately curves and a flared bow reminiscent of her lobster boat ancestry. Her sheer is refined, and the tumblehome is nothing less than dramatic. And her cabin tops are in perfect proportion." ~ Captain Ken Kreisler for Power and Motoryacht


It is obvious upon boarding that Jubilee has seen fantastic maintenance and love. Yard maintained by Atlantic Boat Company and Hinkley Yachts under the discerning eye of her professional Yacht Manager, Jubilee presents beautifully. Regular maintenance, upgraded JetStick, recent varnish work, winters in indoor heated storage and short Maine summers are just a few reasons that make Jubilee an excellent choice for your next fast cruising yacht. 


Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by East Coast Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

  • Last updated Jun 19th, 2024


Quick Specs

Country: United States
Category: Downeast
Model: Talaria 40
Model Year: 2002


Heads: 1

Hull Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass


Length: 40 ' (12.19M)
Draft: 2' 3" (0.608M)
Beam: 12' 5" (3M)


Displacement 26000 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 350 G. 1324 L.
Water Capacity: 80 G. 302 L.
Holding Tank: 35 G. 132 L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: Yanmar
Engine Model: 6LY2A
Engine Year: 2002
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 440
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 852
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2

Engine Make: Yanmar
Engine Model: 6LY2A
Engine Year: 2002
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 440
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 850
Engine Location: Starboard


Vessel Details


Hinckley DualGuard composite construction of the hull is Kevlar E-glass hybrid, SCRIMPed with vinylester resin. Deck and cockpit are E-glass molded with polyester resin.

  • Flag Blue Awlgrip topsides
  • Double white boot-stripes
  • Black bottom paint
  • Stainless-steel half round chafe rail
  • Double fins port and starboard
  • Trim tabs port and starboard
  • Twin jet-drives
  • Bow thruster in tunnel

Entering the pilothouse from the cockpit between the port and starboard engine boxes, there are inward curved bench seats, towards the aft ends, port and starboard with updated blue Sunbrella cushions. Both sides have removable teak tables, as well as infills and a second set of legs that allow the table to drop down to offer additional sleeping bunks port and starboard. To port and starboard are large glass opening slide windows and forward there are 3 fixed glass windows each with heavy duty self-parking intermittent windshield wipers with freshwater washdown jets.

  • Insulated white overhead with varnished teak trim
  • (2) Aluminum framed Lewmar low profile opening hatches with screens
  • Overhead lighting on dimmers
  • Varnished teak companionway door forward
  • (2) Stereo speakers forward under seats port and starboard
  • Teak sole
  • Additional pilothouse storage under centerline hatch

The varnished teak helm station features:

  • Stidd adjustable helm seat with white Ultra-Leather upholstery and blue piping
  • Varnished teak rimmed steering wheel
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Mathers electronic dual engine controls
  • Jetstick override control switches
  • Jet nozzle (rudder) indicator
  • Ignition key switches and stop switches for each engine
  • Fuel Gauges for all 3 fuel tanks
  • Tachometer, oil pressure and water temperature gauges for both engines
  • Bennett trim tabs control
  • Exalto windshield wiper/ washer control with independent, intermittent control for each forward window
  • ACR Spotlight control pad
  • 12V cigarette lighter style outlet
  • Control for pilothouse heat/air conditioning outboard and slightly aft the helm chair
  • Integral cup holder on helm shelf
  • Under the helm seat is a storage locker with slide out drawer accessed via varnished teak louvered door.
  • Below the helm shelf is a storage area accessed via varnished teak louvered door
  • Stowable teak helm step
  • Hella 12-volt fan overhead

Above the companionway to the cabin on the valence, in-between the helm station and the co-pilot station are:

  • Maximum ComfortMinder temperature and humidity instrument
  • Maximum Meridian ships clock
  • Maximum Predictor ships barometer

The co-pilot station is to port and features:

  • Stidd adjustable helm seat with white upholstery and blue piping
  • Varnished teak chart table with fiddle
  • Electrical distribution panels (see Electrical Systems)
  • Hella 12-volt fan overhead

Jubilee's decks are white gelcoat with molded nonskid on the weather decks, foredeck, and coach roof. Varnished teak toe rails wrap around the port and starboard side with stainless-steel half round chafe guard extending forward of the midships cleats and fender d-rings. Offering fantastic protection while on deck, the stainless steel bow rail wraps around the weather decks and foredeck from the aft edge of the superstructure.

Accessing the boat from the swim platform is safe and easy with good handholds, natural teak antiskid and a large well secured platform.

  • Molded fiberglass swim platform teak inlaid treads
  • (3) Stainless-steel support brackets
  • Stainless-steel half round rub rail
  • Telescoping swim ladder
  • Painted handrail on transom for boarding from the swim ladder

The varnished teak engine boxes with built in locker storage port and starboard separate the cockpit from the pilothouse. Hinged with electric lifts, the engine boxes provide easy access to the engine room. The cockpit features:

  • Stern 316L stainless-steel mooring cleats port and starboard
  • Forward facing bench seat to port of transom door
  • Aft facing bench seats built-on port and starboard engine boxes
  • Varnished teak coaming
  • 4 Foot varnished teak ensign staff and stainless steel socket
  • Boat hook stored in holder under starboard side deck
  • Aft opening transom door
  • Glendenning shore power inlet and cord with reel system
  • Cockpit shower/water outlet with hot and cold mixing valve
  • Fresh water deck wash spigot
  • Teak sole
  • Center deck hatch provide storage space and access to service mechanicals

Moving forward on deck, the weather decks are very secure with varnished teak handrails on the pilot house roof and coach roof inboard and the stainless steel bow rails wrapping around outboard. Also of note on the weather decks:

  • Molded locker in deck to starboard
  • Dual midships 316L stainless steel mooring cleats port and starboard
  • Wichard pad eyes with chafe strips port and starboard for fenders

The coach roof and superstructure feature:

  • Varnished teak eyebrow molding around cabin top
  • Varnished teak hand rails port and starboard
  • (3) Forward opening low profile Lewmar deck hatches
  • (4) Opening portlights

The open but well protected foredeck offers:

  • Flush anchor locker with a pneumatic strut
  • Stainless-steel foldaway anchor channel and roller
  • Custom Hinckley 316L stainless-steel bow chocks port and starboard
  • Muir 1200A 24-volt DC electric windlass with remotes on bow and at helm
  • Bow 316L stainless-steel mooring cleats port and starboard
  • Deck washdown and hose in recessed anchor locker
  • Varnished bow burgee staff and stainless steel socket

Moving aft the pilot salon roof is well utilized with:

  • (2) Forward opening low profile Lewmar deck hatches
  • Varnished teak handrails port and starboard
  • ACR remote spotlight painted to match deck
  • 12 Volt trumpet air horn with switch on dash
  • Molded electronics riser
  • Custom shortened and lay back Awlgripped electronics mast
  • Electronics (see Electronics)
  • Cockpit floodlight painted to match deck
  • Masthead and running lights

The main cabin is accessed through the companionway steps. As you come down the companionway the galley is to starboard, the traditional v-berth is forward, and the head is to port. The cherry interior is offset by a white overhead and varnished teak and tulipwood sole with cover. All locker doors are louvered for ventilation and the corner edges are rounded off.

  • (3) Overhead hatches
  • (3) Ocean Air sliding screens for hatches
  • (4) Opening port lights with drop down blinds
  • Overhead lighting on dimmers
  • Fusion stereo system

Centrally located the ships galley sits right at the base of the companionway steps and features:

  • Storage lockers above and below counter
  • Deep shelf storage above counter
  • (2) Drawer storage below counter
  • Corian countertop
  • Custom Hinckley knife block
  • Stainless steel single basin below counter mounted sink
  • Single lever freshwater pressurized hot/cold mixer tap
  • (2) Buner Kenyon electric glass cooktop
  • Sanyo 600 watt microwave oven
  • Countertop loading, illuminated icebox with Grunert 12 volt/DC refrigeration
  • Trash bin recessed below countertop with countertop access
  • Kidde carbon monoxide alarm
  • Fischer Panda Generator control panel
  • Magnum Energy digital remote for charger/inverter
  • Freshwater level gauge

Separating the galley and the v-berth is the cherry pantry locker to starboard. The open and classically styled sleeping area features:

  • Large storage locker port and aft of bunk
  • (2) Lockers both port and starboard above bunk and outboard
  • Locker forward of bunk that contains LCD flat screen TV and provides access to chain locker
  • Reading lights port and starboard
  • (2) Pioneer stereo speakers on forward bulkhead
  • (2) Hella 12-volt fans on forward bulkhead
  • Weems and Plath clock on forward bulkhead
  • Weems and Plath barometer on forward bulkhead
  • Blue Sunbrella split v-berth cushions with white piping
  • Blue Sunbrella in-fill cushion with white piping
  • Locker storage under v-berth cushions

Just aft of the v-berth to port is the large head with stall shower. The head features:

  • Varnished cherry counter
  • Stainless steel single basin below counter hung sink
  • Dual knob freshwater pressurized hot/cold mixer tap
  • Sealand Vacuflush head plumbed to holding tank
  • Tank watch 4 holding tank monitor
  • Locker storage above and below counter

The stall shower features:

  • Teak slat bench seat
  • Single lever freshwater pressurized hot/cold shower wand on flexible hose
  • Adjustable mount for shower wand
  • Locker storage outboard
  • Acrylic divider with split door


  • (2) Raymarine 12” HybridTouch multi-function displays (e127 inboard, e125 outboard) ~ 2013
  • Raymarine P70 autopilot control head display ~ 2013
  • Raymarine ST60 Tridata data display
  • Standard Horizon GX5000S VHF radio
  • Boyo Vision 9” color LCD display dedicated to engine room camera and FLIR infrared camera ~ 2013
  • FLIR operator control
  • Danforth Constellation high speed magnetic compass

Pilot Salon Roof

  • Raymarine 48” 4kw open array HD digital radar ~ 2013
  • FLIR M324 thermal imaging camera mounted on mast with operator control mounted at helm shelf
  • Shakespeare VHF antenna ~ 2022
  • Shakespeare Galaxy Sirius XM SRA-40 marine antenna

Engine Room

  • Iris high resolution engine room camera ~ 2013
Mechanical Systyem
  • (2) Yanmar 6LY2A 440hp diesel engines
  • (2) Hamilton 322 Jets with reversing ducts
  • Hinckley Jetstick
  • MarineAir 16,000 and 24,000 BTU reverse-cycle marine air-conditioning (main cabin, pilot house and head)
  • Spectra Newport 400 water maker with 18 gph typical output ~ 2013
Electrical System

12 Volt DC Electrical System

  • Bass 12-volt DC electrical distribution panel
  • Digital volt and amp meter
  • (2) Optima Red Top GPL-31 starting batteries, one for each main engine and port battery starts generator
  • (4) 12-volt DF-4D 210 amp/hour service batteries for a total of 840-amps configured in (1) 24 volt bank and (1) 12 volt bank
  • 80-Amp alternator on port engine charges house batteries
  • 55-Amp alternator on starboard engine charges start batteries
  • Magnum 3.0 inverter/charger for house batteries
  • Heavy-duty battery parallel switch also allows emergency starting

120/240 Volt 50 Amp Electrical System

  • Bass 120 volt AC electrical distribution panel
  • Digital volt, amp and hertz meters
  • 120-volt outlets


  • Fischer Panda 12 Mini
Soft Goods
  • Full tan cockpit cover attaches to pilothouse with snaps around cockpit coaming and custom exit notches for shore cord
  • Tan Sunbrella bimini
  • Tan Sunbrella and Eisenglass dropdown side and aft cockpit enclosure curtains with roll-up door
  • Blue Sunbrella cockpit seating cushions
  • Blue Sunbrella pilot salon cushions with blue Sunbrella infills to convert settees into bunks
  • White Ultra Leather Stidd seat covers with blue piping for helm and co-pilot station
  • Blue Sunbrella v-berth cushions and infill with white piping


  • (3) Aluminum tanks with a total capacity of 190-gallons
  • Transfer pump


  • Stainless-steel 80 gallon tank
  • Stainless-steel water heater - engine or electrically heated


  • Aluminum 35-gallon holding tank
  • Y-valve
  • Macerator pump
Safety Equipment
  • Polished stainless-steel 22# anchor
  • 25’ Stainless-steel chain and 200 x 5/8 three stranded nylon anchor rode
  • (3) Electric 3700 GPH 12-volt bilge pumps with float switches
  • Whale emergency bilge pump

Speed Over Ground/RPM

  • 5.2/1000
  • 7.7/1500
  • 10.5/2000
  • 18.0/2500
  • 31.6/3000
  • 34.6/3200 (wide open throttle)
Service History


  • Decommission
  • Commission
  • Bottom paint as needed
  • Topcoat jet-drives, buckets, nozzles and tail pieces with Interlux Trilux


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Teak sole cleaning
  • Varnish touchup


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Sand and gelcoat areas forward of engines
  • Remove, strip, prime, Awlgrip, and re-install engine louvered vents
  • Replace engine zincs
  • Replace clogged port engine coolant drain cock on port side of engine by the heat exchanger


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Strip toe rails and eyebrow
  • Apply build coats prior to final varnishing
  • Exterior varnish- final coat
  • Replace engine zincs as needed
  • Replace VHF antenna
  • Exhaust elbow on starboard engine replaced


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Remove jet-drives, buckets, nozzles and tail pieces for inspection
  • Replace internal cone zincs
  • Sand and gelcoat engine room forward bilge


Work completed by Hinckley Yachts in Southwest Harbor, ME and yacht manager

  • Jetstick system upgrade to 1.5.
  • Replace Rolls Royce Jetstick computer to Iqan based Jetstick 1.5.
  • Replace port jet shaft water seal
  • Clean and paint both transmission oil cooler, replace clamps
  • Replace port engine aftercooler end cap O-rings
  • Replace port engine oil cooler end cap gaskets
  • Replace port engine heat exchanger aft end cap gasket
  • Reposition port engine fuel injection lines
  • Replace port engine exhaust manifold gaskets
  • Replace port engine coolant drain cock on starboard side of engine
  • Replace bleed bolt on port engine exhaust manifold
  • Replace both engine fuel filter drain bolt washers
  • Replace engine zincs
  • Sand and gelcoat lazarette bilge and inboard jet housings
  • Replace stern seat with skinned foam core Awlgripped white


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Varnish exterior engine boxes, toe rail, handrails, house stripe, top of engine boxes, combing as far as the aft curtain, port side main salon table top, and cap rail


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Remove and service both port and starboard jet-drives for service
  • Jet-drives sandblast and repaint with Pettit AlumaProtecxt, epoxy primer, and Interlux Trilux
  • Hydraulic bucket ram, send to Kraft Power for evaluation


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Remove and clean port engine heat exchanger and sea water system
  • Check sea water pump and oil cooler
  • Removed and cleaned oil cooler and after cooler with heat exchanger
  • Replaced hose from exchanger to water injected elbow
  • Replace genset with Fischer Panda mini 12


Work completed by Atlantic Boat Company and yacht manager

  • Varnish brightwork


Work completed by Hinckley Yachts in Southwest Harbor, ME and yacht manager

  • Standard jet boat service package
  • Replace cutlass bearings in both jets


Work completed by Hinckley Yachts in Southwest Harbor, ME and yacht manager

  • Standard jet boat service package
  • Strip exterior varnish and rebuild with 10 coats Epiphanes gloss
  • Pilothouse varnish 4 coats with emphasis on dash, helm, and pod
  • Touchup bulkheads
  • Gloss varnish sole

Represented by a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB)

A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) is recognized as having achieved the highest level of industry accreditation, available only to fully-qualified yacht sales professionals. The CPYB program is administered by Yacht Brokers Association of America in partnership with Florida Yacht Brokers Association, Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, California Yacht Brokers Association, Boating Ontario Dealers, British Columbia Yacht Brokers Association and Gulf Coast Yacht Brokers Association.

The CPYB program is also endorsed by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) Marine Industry Certified Dealership (MICD) program and leading yacht manufacturers as a key component of their own industry standards; the highest level of achievement for their member yacht sales professionals.

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The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

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