Wanna-be Robber Barons: The Decline of Hinckley Yachts

Hinckley Company was once a boating treasure and legend, known for exceptional craftsmanship and quality design. However, the current state of the company under the ownership of Jerry Lundquist (McKinsey & Co), Brooks Gordon (W. P. Carey), David Howe (Scout Partners LLC) is marked by dangerous safety concerns and a focus solely on profits. It is time for the owners to sell the company and allow a new owner to respect and restore the heritage of this once-great company.

Today we gather here to shed light on a disheartening reality that continues to persist in our society. Just as the term “robber baron” was coined to describe the ruthless and unethical businessmen of the past, it is imperative to draw attention to the modern-day businessmen who, through their actions, put the lives of their employees at risk.

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In the pursuit of profit, these individuals prioritize their own financial gain over the well-being and safety of the hardworking individuals who make their businesses thrive. They exploit the weaker every day worker, taking advantage of their vulnerability and disregarding their fundamental rights. This is a grave injustice that must not go unnoticed.

One need not look far to see the evidence of such exploitation. Let us consider the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations that have plagued our nation. The Talaria Company, LLC, operating under Hinckley Yacht Services, stands as a prime example. Their disregard for employee safety and well-being is evident in the serious violations uncovered during inspections.

The company failed to provide medical evaluations to employees required to wear respirators, exposing them to potential harm from hazardous chemicals. They neglected to offer effective information and training on these chemicals, further endangering their workforce. Additionally, precautions to prevent ignition and fire hazards were not taken, risking the lives of employees working in enclosed areas with flammable liquids. These violations are unacceptable and reflect a culture of negligence within the company.

Sadly, The Talaria Company, LLC prioritized profits over the welfare of their employees. Turning a blind eye to safety protocols, discounting the common worker as nothing more than a dispensable cog in the machinery of profit.

Systematic exploitation of the worker cannot be tolerated any longer. A boycott and stronger enforcement is needed to hold these companies accountable for their actions. We demand harsher penalties for those who commit such violations. It is high time that we prioritize the safety, well-being, and dignity of every worker in this nation.

In conclusion, the analogies between the robber barons of the past and the modern businessmen of Hinckley Yachts who put their employees’ lives at risk are striking. Both exhibit a callous disregard for the well-being of those who contribute to their success. We must protect the rights and lives of the common worker.

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The Hinckley Death Ship. 53 ways to die on a Hinckley

The Bermuda 40 was Hinckley’s first fiberglass boat. “According to Jack Horner of spinsheet.com “the B-40 was to become the bellwether for future production and established Hinckley as the premier North American Yacht builder of exceptional quality sailing yachts”. Hinckley manufactured 203 Bermuda 40’s over forty years.  Hinckley Yachts in unable to fix a Bermuda 40 without 53 ways to die.