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FOG DOG 40' Hinckley Talaria 40 2005

$ 695,000

FOG DOG is arguably the most versatile Hinckley Talaria 40 on the water. Her owner, an avid fisherman, wanted a great-looking, refined Downeast-style boat that would be as comfortable entertaining family and friends as it would be raising fish offshore. In 2012, with the help of Rhode Island naval architect Mathew Smith, in person Volvo Penta engineering, and Hank Hinckley, he set out to transform a well-loved T40 by replacing the standard jet propulsion system with the latest and greatest Volvo IPS drive propulsion system. The result is a first of her kind transformation that tracks better, turns better, and has a more efficient midrange cruise than her jet-powered counterparts. She can also dynamically position herself (GPS Lat/Long) in one spot at the push of a button, a feature not only handy around the docks, but also while waiting for bridges, or watching an up-wind mark rounding during a sailing race. The further addition of outriggers (removable), rod holders, a baitwell, and a slightly modified cockpit allows for a level of refined fishability not found in many boats.


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Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 695,000
  • Builder:

    Hinckley

  • Model:

    Talaria 40

  • Year:

    2005

  • Location:

    Osterville, Massachusetts, United States

  • Type:

    Power Yacht

  • LOA: 40 ft 1 in
  • Display Length: 40 ft
  • Beam: 12' 5"
  • Yacht Category

    Downeast

  • Water Capacity: 80 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 340 gals
  • Engine Details: Volvo D6
  • Engine 1: 2012 435.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 2012 435.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:

FOG DOG is arguably the most versatile Hinckley Talaria 40 on the water. Her owner, an avid Yachtsman, wanted a great-looking, refined Downeast-style boat that would be as comfortable entertaining family and friends as it would be raising fish offshore. In 2012, with the help of Rhode Island naval architect Mathew Smith, in-person Volvo Penta engineering, and Hank Hinckley, he set out to transform a well-loved T40 by replacing the standard jet propulsion system with the latest and greatest Volvo IPS drive propulsion system. The result is a transformation that tracks better, turns better, and has a more efficient midrange cruise than her jet-powered counterparts. She can also dynamically position herself (GPS Lat/Long) in one spot at the push of a button, a feature not only handy around the docks, but also while waiting for bridges, or watching an up-wind mark rounding during a sailing race. The further addition of outriggers (removable), rod holders, a baitwell, and a slightly modified cockpit allows for a refined fishability not found in many boats.

FOG DOG features the traditional Talaria 40 arraignment plan forward with a large V-berth forward followed by a generously sized head with stall shower to port and a galley to starboard. Up a few steps into the pilothouse, the helm to starboard and nav area to port, both have freshly upholstered (2022) custom electric Stidd helm seats. Aft are two curved settees, each with a varnished teak shelf rim outboard, the port seat features a removable table. Optional/removable drop curtains separate the pilothouse from the large custom-configured cockpit.

• Beautifully constructed satin varnished cherry interior

• Teak and tulipwood sole

• Protective sole carpet (new 2022)

• (4) Opening portlights (including head and galley) with removable screens

• (3) Opening overhead hatches (including head and galley) with removable screens

• Interior overhead lights and step lights

• Marine-Air reverse-cycle AC

• Corian countertop

• Princess two-burner electric cooktop

• Single basin polished stainless sink

• Single lever faucet with hot/cold fresh water and sprayer

• Sharp Convection microwave oven below cooktop

• Adler Barbour refrigerator/freezer

• Generous storage outboard

• Countertop accessed “hidden” waste bin

• U-Line Icemaker 

• Large V-Berth with generous storage below cushions

• (2) Reading lamps

• TV behind a louvered door

• Hanging lockers, cedar lined, aft of berths to port and starboard

• MarineAir AC/Heat control

• Stereo with recessed speakers

• Corian countertop

• Countertop accessed “hidden” waste bin

• Single basin polished stainless sink

• Hot and cold freshwater

• Molded fiberglass sole with non-skid

• Separate shower with plexiglass folding doors and integrated teak seat

• Opening overhead hatch with screen

• Opening portlight with screen

• Assorted towel bars and hooks

• Freshwater Vacu-flush head

• Tank watch holding tank monitor

• Full-length mirror inside 

• Molded non-skid sole

• Varnished teak pilothouse side sheathing

• Varnished teak removable table for a port settee with cover

• Pilothouse settee and cockpit cushions (2012)

• (5) pilothouse windows including two side sliders

• Interior mounted sun covers for all pilothouse windows

• Stamoid aft drop curtains with eisenglass windows to allow for a fully enclosed pilothouse 

• (2) overhead hatches with removable screens

• Teak locking companionway door

• (2) Stidd electric helm seats (recovered 2022)

• AC/DC electrical panel to port

• Goose-neck chart light 

• Air-conditioning vent

• Integral cup holders

• 110V GFI outlets

• 12V outlet

• Courtesy lighting

• Full electronic Volvo IPS throttle control with joystick and Dynamic Positioning “vessel hold” capability

• Garmin 8617 multi-function display / Radar - Chart plotter (2021)

• Simrad AP28 Autopilot

• Icom IC-M602 VHF

• Raymarine ST60 Tri-data display

• Raymarine wind speed and angle display

• Clarion stereo with pilothouse and cockpit speakers

• ACR remote spotlight control

• Trimtab controls

• Exalto wiper controls

• Horn

• Running and at Anchor lights

• (2) Polished RUPP 27’ single spreader aluminum outriggers (polished and recoated 2022)

• (6) recessed coaming mounted rod holders (2012)

• Removable aluminum “rocket-launcher” for underway rod storage (2012)

• 10gal Keep-Alive oval-shaped circulating seawater live well integrated into transom (2012)

• Insulated cooler/fish box in transom

• Salt and freshwater cockpit washdowns (2012)

• Cockpit coaming removable fishing bolsters (reupholstered 2022)

• Cockpit sink with hot and cold freshwater

• Molded non-skid sole and deck

• Twin hinged engine boxes with integrated aft-facing seats and electric lifting rams

• Custom removable (for fishing) aft cockpit seat

• Transom door to swim platform with integrated swim ladder

• Assorted fenders and dock lines

• Assorted life jackets

• Varnished teak burgee and ensign staffs

• Muir electric windlass with 22# polished stainless anchor, stainless chain, and 5/8” rope anchor rode

• Handheld windlass remote as well as helm station control

• Varnished teak handrails on Pilothouse and Cabin tops

• (2) Volvo IPS600 (435hp) diesel engines installed 2012

• Engine hours: 595 (Aug 2022)

• (2) IPS drives – Starboard drive replaced 2022 with a two-year warranty

• Integrated underwater exhaust system

• Cummins Onan 12.5kw Generator (1139hrs 4/2022)

• Cummins generator sound shield

• MarineAir 28,000 /BTU reverse cycle AC with vents in the main cabin, head, and pilothouse

• Reverso oil change system for both main engines and generator

• 110/220 Volt AC and 12 Volt DC power system

• 50 Amp shore power with Glendenning cord reel

• Mastervolt Inverter charger

• Bow Thruster (disconnected in 2012)

FOG DOG is an impeccably cared for, capable, and well-rounded vessel equally suited to cruising and fishing alike. Those inspecting her will find she is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition with the most up-to-date electronics and engineering available in today’s market. Fully commissioned with fresh bottom paint and varnish completed 4/2022, she is ready to go now for summer fun.


A very interesting Power and Motoryacht article can be found about her transformation by searching “FOG DOG, Hinckley 40, Power and Motoryacht” online.

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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