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1977 Tayana CT 37 Cutter

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This is a Robert Perry design, the CT 37 is a full keel, canoe stern classic. This full displacement design is heavily constructed for world cruising offering a stable comfortable cruise. Her hand crafted teak interior provides cozy accommodations for a crew of 5 and the cockpit and deck layout are for serious cruising. The Owners have continuously provided improvements and upgrades over the years including new fuel and water tanks in 2003 and a rebuilt engine was installed in 1996.
She has proven her offshore capabilities and she is moored in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, ready for her next adventure, with the bottom just done, new bright work, waxed hull and polished stainless.
“She is ready to cruise”
In the bow is a chain locker. Next aft is the forward stateroom with a V-berth double berth with storage below. Next aft to port is an enclosed head with WC, vanity and shower. Across to starboard is a hanging locker. Next aft is the main salon. To port is the dinette. Across to starboard is a settee. At the forward end of the settee is leaded glass window in the bulkhead and a Dickenson Antarctic heater. Next aft to port is a forward facing chart table and seat. Behind the chart table is a wet locker. Across to starboard is a U-shaped galley. On centerline between the chart table and the galley is the engine cover. Over the engine cover are steps leading up and out to the cockpit. The interior is finished in teak with a teak cabin sole. She sleeps 5 and has 6’3″ headroom.

Equipment on Board:

Galley
REFRIGERATION: Adler Barbour cold machine front & top loading
STOVE: Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven
MICROWAVE: Magic Chef
SINK: Double SS w/manual freshwater pump
WATER SYSTEM: Pressurized H&C, 12V
WATER HEATER: Engine and 115V; 6 Gals
Electronics
RADAR: Raytheon SL 72
VHF: Icom 706 MKII transceiver
AUTO PILOT: Raymarine Type 2 linear drive; new 2006
DEPTH SOUNDER: Raytheon depth finder and transducer; new 2008
TV/DVD/VCR: Toshiba Color TV W/DVD player
WIND SPEED & DIRECTION: SR Mariner; Windex at masthead
KNOT METER/LOG: Datamarine Corinthian S-100-LII
CHART PLOTTER: Garmin
COMPASS: Danforth Constellation 6″
Electrical
BATTERIES: (6) 6V golf cart new 2010
BATTERY SWITCHES: 12V Rotary switch, 110VAC dual pole breaker
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12V & 110V
INVERTER: Trace U2500SB 2500W
INTERIOR LIGHTING: 12V
BATTERY CHARGER: Trace U2500SB inverter/charger
DOCKSIDE CABLE: 50’ 30 Amp
ALTERNATOR: Balmar high output 90 amp
SOLAR PANELS: On board not installed
Sail
SAILS: Main, Yankee, Staysail and Drifter
TYPES OF SAILS: Dacron; Nylon drifter
ROLLER FURLING: Pro furl P40 on headstay
WINCHES: (1) 30# Lewmar; (2) 26# Enkes; (2) 22# Barient; (2) 22# Barlow; (2) 20# Barlow, self-tailing, two speed
BOOM VANG: Yes
MAST: Aluminum; deck stepped
STANDING RIGGING: SS
WHISKER POLE: Yes
PREVENTER/BOOMBRAKE: Yes
OTHER: (New chain plates 2008), Dacron running rigging
Deck
ANCHOR: 45# CQR CHAIN: 200’ 5/16” LINE: 200’ 5/8” Nylon
ANCHOR: 33# Bruce CHAIN: 100’
ANCHOR: 15# Danforth
ANCHOR WINDLASS: S&L windlass; manual
ANCHOR ROLLER: single
NAV LIGHTS: Yes; on pulpit
LIFELINES: SS Double w/gates
LADDER: Yes; swim ladder
DINGHY: 2007 10′ Zodiac inflatable deflated and stowed, 8 hp Yamaha OB
COVERS & CURTAINS: Dodger replaced 2007, cockpit awning, main sail cover, pedestal, windlass, (2) port light covers and deck hatches
Mechanical
BILGE PUMP: 1 manual, 1 electric
FIRE EXTINGUISHING: (3) BC type
RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: Yes
FUEL FILTERS: Dual Racor
PROPELLER: Two blade, bronze 18”LH12”
FULL SHAFT: 1.25” SS
STEERING: Wheel at pedestal w/Cable and Quadrant, Emergency tiller
FUEL SHUT OFF: Propane shut off
HEAD TYPE: Jabsco electric; 12v new 2009
HEATER: Dickenson Antartic diesel
Safety Equipment
LIFERAFT: Valice Viking offshore new 2008
OTHER: Fenders and mooring lines
Additional Equipment
Ships bell and clock
Gimbaled brass kerosene cabin lamps

Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
Tayana CT 37 Cutter
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