Talaria 40


  • Year Built / Launched: 2005
  • Hull Names: Eroica -

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  • Engine Type: twin Yanmar 440 6LY2-STP
  • Engine Hours: 1548
  • Overview:


    • Bass AC/DC electrical panel.
    • (2019) MasCombi Inverter/Charger
    • (2021) House battery bank
    • (2023) Engine battery bank
    • (2014) Cummins Onan 12 Kw generator with sound shield (308 hours)

    Generator control panel in galley includes:  Start/stop controls, pre-heat switch, and lighted warning panel.

    Low resistance, heavy copper and sacrificial zinc anode electrical bonding system throughout boat.

    For Enquires call Barry Hinckley 617-285-5638



Author: Barry Hinckley

For Enquires call Barry Hinckley 617-285-5638 EROICA is a stunning Talaria 40 fresh out of a major engine service and well optioned with teak decks and transom. Her varnish is perfect and she’s been heavily updated with new Garmin electronics, IQAN JetStick, pilothouse windows, cushions, refrigeration, and more. Some of the recent updates include: 2023 Mechanical refit details Engines removed for major service 1500 hour service completed New batteries Engine blocks painted Bilge’s repainted New throttle cables and harnesses New bucket feedback sensors for Jets New wear rings and reverse pivot pings New sole runner for interior and pilothouse 2019 – 2022 refit New Garmin electronics (8212 screens, Fantom 4 radar, autopilot, VHF radio, antennas, transducer) USB outlets and integrated wireless charger at the helm station New Fusion stereo system New interior and exterior cushions New sliding pilothouse windows New holding tank/hoses/vacuflush/duct work New inverter/charger New teak aft cockpit bench New LED navigation and exterior lights New spotlight New refrigeration for galley & pilothouse New Ocean Air screens for hatches New exterior brightwork covers (aft cockpit, transom, handrails) New Eisenglass curtains New ensign and flag staff Repainted mast and engine exhaust MECHANICAL Twin (2) 2004 Yanmar 6LY2A-STP 440-hp FWC diesel engines with Hamilton 322 Jet Drive, ZF IRM301PL transmission (1557 hours) (2023) Engines removed for major service (2023) Full 1,500 hour service (2023) Engines painted (2023) Turbos overhauled (2023) Starters, throttle & shirt cables, alternators (2023) Racor bowls refreshed (2023) Oil pipes on engines (2023) engines re aligned (2023) Painted bilge below engines (2023) Wear rings & insulator banks for Hamilton Jets (2023) Reverse pivet pins (2023) Bucket feedback sensors Vetus 24-volt 7” reversible bow thruster. Teak rimmed stainless steering wheel Mathers electronic throttle/transmission control with synchronizer (2016) Hinckley IQAN “Jet Stick®” control system is integrated with the bow thruster. Dual cylinder trim tab is below each jet with controls and displays at helm. Racor fuel/water filters with water sensor and drain petcocks Tachometer with engine hours gauge. Fuel, oil pressure, and water temperature gauges High engine water temperature and low oil pressure alarms Water jet nozzle direction steering indicator Custom wet exhaust muffler system Oil transfer pump for engines, generator, and transmission Manual hydraulic steering pump (3) Electric 3700 GPH 12-volt bilge pumps with float switches Whale emergency bilge pump mounted below cabin sole Saltwater deck wash with anchor locker spigot In-line 12-volt automatic shower sump pump Fireboy – Xintex automatic fire system for engines and generator with automatic engine shutdown (2) 2.5# Dry chemical fire extinguishers (3) Aluminum fuel tanks with transfer pump – (1) 190 gallon and (2) 80 gallon saddle tanks Stainless steel 60-gallon hot water heater – engine or electrically heated (2019) 35-gallon holding tank with Y-valve and macerator pump to overboard discharge MarineAir 28,000 BTU reverse-cycle marine air conditioning with outlets in main cabin, head and pilothouse.

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