Someone told me a long time ago that the formula for a long, happy life in boats is to buy the smallest boat that will comfortably get the job done, rather than the biggest boat you can afford. That could mean a 15-footer — or a 50-footer.
I recently got a glimpse of Hinckley’s latest project when I walked through a full-scale mock-up of the builder’s new Talaria 43, which will make its debut sometime next spring or summer.
The T43 express strikes a nice balance between open space in the saloon and cockpit for socializing and day cruising and generous accommodations below for overnight cruising. The proportions and distinctive “look” are what you’d expect from a builder that understands how to create beautiful boats.
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