1 of 11
Hinckley Yacht Brokerage
239-300-4995 or 239-438-0131
Flight Risk is a stunning example of the Hinckley Talaria 29 Runabout. She has the upgraded Volvo 435hp electronic common rail engine, recent electronics package and an optional varnished teak transom. fresh bottom paint, brand new cushions, new teak decks. Flight Risk is easily one of the nicest 29 Runabouts currently on the market.
Flight Risk represents a great value on one of Hinckley’s longest running and most timeless designs.
This well optioned T29R has an upgraded Volvo 435hp electronic common rail diesel engine that produces less emissions than the earlier examples. This means very little smoke emitting from the exhaust and she runs quietly. This stunning example also received newer electronics. She boasts a Raymarine Hybrid Touch Chartplotter, recent Raymarine autopilot and Fusion stereo. With her optional teak decks, varnished teak transom, bimini top, striking dark green Awlgrip hull paint, and recently reupholstered cushions, she will be sure to turn heads in every port of call. Flight Risk is ready for her next adventure having just received fresh bottom paint, varnish and a recent engine service.
Features fishing rod storage and two fishing rod holders.
This runabout has a forward cuddy cabin with sliding molded door accessed from companionway between the helm and navigator dash area. Next, aft of the helm area is a cushioned L-shaped seating lounge area to port that seats four. The teak covered engine box top with built-in sink and insulated cooler is convenient to both the aft and forward seating areas. A cushioned aft facing settee is molded in the stern end of the engine box. Aft, a full-width forward-facing cushioned settee is at the transom.
Through the forward sliding companionway door is a small cuddy cabin finished in satin-varnished cherry with white acoustic overhead.
Forward is the Helm Area with Almond Ultraleather helm and passenger seating with Green Orchard piping.
Helm Station features:
Lounge Area is just aft from the helm area with an L-shaped inboard and forward-facing curved settee with a varnished teak shelf cap.
The varnished teak top covered engine box has an electric-lift access to the engine area.
Helm Nav/Electronics Equipment:
Low resistance, heavy copper and sacrificial zinc anode electrical bonding system includes zinc saver:
12-Volt DC Electrical System:
110-Volt AC Shore Power Electrical System:
Mechanical features include:
Engine sound insulation: