s/v 'Tayana', a Tayana 37 for Sale

by Andrew
(Victoria, BC, Canada)

'Tayana' is for sale. She's a classic bluewater cutter-rigged sailboat. With a thick fiberglass hull, she's a full keel double-ender designed by the famous Robert Perry.

The Tayana 37 has been described as safe and secure with high coamings, high lifelines, and substantial bow and stern pulpits.
'Tayana' a 1975 Blue Book Canadian registered vessel.
LOA: 36' 8", beam: 11'6" draft : 5' 8", Displacement 22,500 lbs, Ballast 7,340 lbs.
Sail area: 861 sq ft, 90 US gal fuel.

Some particulars of this boat are:

  • Recent haul out in 2018 scrub, paint, wax hull sides, and zincs with survey available;
  • Major overhaul in 2009;
  • Beta Marine 38hp engine with 700 hours in excellent shape;
  • Full dodger, (the fabric is nearly done, but have kept it up for cold weather living at the dock and pattern).
  • 2 ProFurl Titanium foresail and staysail furlers,
  • All lines led back to cockpit, for single-handers;
  • Teak decks - in good shape;
  • Updated modern through deck aluminum mast, and wood spars;
  • updated large gauge stainless rigging;
  • Capilano hydraulic steering system with wheel;
  • Dinghy davits built into stern railing, solar mount;
  • Fuel tank 90 gal;
  • 2 Racor fuel filters;
  • In-deck propane locker with overboard vent, 21 litres;
  • Safety propane shut off solenoid system;
  • 2 bow water tanks, 200 gal;
  • 1 stern tank, 35 gal;
  • Whale electric pump and buffer tank for water system;
  • 2 Barlow #22 and 2 Barient #27 winches (self tailers);
  • Barton, Schafer blocks, Traeller tracks and sailing hardware.

Sails:
  • 2 North genoa 100% in good condition;
  • 1 Leitch Mcbride full battened mainsail.

On Deck:
  • 1 deck winch on teak block;
  • 1 CQR 45 lb anchor with G4 stainless hardware 300 ft of BB chain. 1 25 lbs Danforth anchor with stern chain hawspipe.

Electrical:
  • Navigation table aft to starboard with all the Icom vhf radio and Icom-700 SSB radio with the sailmail modem.
  • Electric Lofrans model Tigres 1200 watt 12 v dc windlass with waterproof deck switches.
  • Raymarine radar.
  • Wind generator.
  • 1 very large manual bilge pump, one Rule 1500 electric bilge pump and Whale Gulper 220.
  • Blue Sea system electrical panel DDP breaker.
  • 2 100 watt solar panels with solar controller.
  • Sidepower bow thruster with cockpit controls.
  • Kenwood stereo with speakers.
  • Mariner galvanic isolator.

Interior:
Her below decks are rich in hardwood and feel comforting. The floor is teak in very good condion.
There is a settee midships that drops down to make a large bed, main double V-berth with pleasing open round opening, a separate aft cabin with door and wet closet for watch shift rotations.
The head is midships/port and has teak floor grate and full working pump toilet, shower, sink and hot on-demand propane fuel water system.
She has a full galley with a gimbaled Force-10 3 burner propane stove, built in fridge/ freezer top loading and bottom loading. There's lots of storage thoughout the galley and interior.
To keep you warm there is a Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater with day tank.





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