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Model Name: HINKLEY TALARIA 40

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History:
Hinckley was founded in 1928 by Benjamin B. Hinckley after he purchased a small boatyard in Southwest Harbor, ME. In 1932 Benjamin’s son, Henry R. Hinckley, an engineering graduate from Cornell, took control of the company. A 36 foot “fisherman motorboat” dubbed “Ruthyeolyn” built in 1933 was Hinckley’s first boat [6] . Five years later, in 1938, Hinckley came out with its first sailing vessel, a 40 foot Sparkman & Stephen’s sloop. Hinckley would go on to produce 20 of these sloops, making them the company’s first mass production line. Straying away from boatbuilding, Hinckley opened Manset Marine Supply Company in 1940 for which he designed many fittings for fuel tanks, stanchions, deck plates, and the like that are still utilized today
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