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1979 Tayana Tayana 37

18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Hand Basket is a Tayana 37, a Robert Perry design, built in 1979. She is the most completely equipped vessel of its size. The owners have lived aboard for 10 years and have maintained and upgraded the vessel to a very high standard. Hand Basket crossed the Atlantic in 2005 and has cruised the Med since. She is immediately ready for coastal cruising or blue water passage making Owners are moving stateside and leaving the vessel completely equipped. OWNERS WILL CONSIDER TRADE FOR 40′ TRAWLER-STYLE POWER BOAT IN THE US OR CARIBBEAN

Equipment on Board:

Electrical System
12 volt electrical system
3 140 amp hour 12 volt batteries,
Alternator, 105 amps
Inverter, built in, 12 volt to 110 volt
Built in battery charger
Shore power, 110 volts, 30 amp
Transformer, 3000 watts, 220 to 110 volts
Shore cables
110 and 12 volt sockets throughout the boat
Air conditioner, 110v, salt water cooled

Ground Tackle
Delta anchor 20 kg. with 70 meters 8mm chain
Danforth anchor 10 kg. on 5 m. of 10 mm chain and 75 meters 18 mm double braid rope
Stern anchor Fortress FX 23
Quick 1000 electric windlass new 2008
Fenders, 7
Fender boards, 2
Docklines, warps, spare lines

Galley
Custom refrigeration, engine driven compressor and 110 volt compressor
Large refrigerator
Separate deep freezer
Propane 3 burner stove with oven
Twin sinks
Hot and cold pressure water
Seawater foot pump
Built in “drop drawers” for utensils
Hot water making by: engine heat transfer, dockside water heater, Wolter propane water heater
Propane/butane capacity, 2 10 kg. steel tanks in dedicated cockpit lockers;
Fan

Main Saloon
Fold-out dining table with seating for seven
U-shaped dinette, conversion to double berth
Settee berth, converts to double berth and sea berth
Dickenson diesel heater
Flat screen TV with DVD player
Trawler lamp, oil
Wall mounted oil lamp
Opening butterfly hatch for light and ventilation
Fully cushioned dinette and settee
Fan

V-Berth
Custom V-berth cushions, new 2008

Head
Toilet with Jabsco pump and Y-valve, new 2008
Vanity sink with hot and cold water
Mirrors
Fan
Separate shower with hot and cold pressure water

Cockpit
Edson wheel steering with custom teak wheel
Custom teak dining table
Raytheon ST4000 wheel pilot
Wind vane steering, Ratcliffe custom built with aux. rudder
Swim ladder
Ritchie binnacle compass
Outboard fish pole holders
Gas grilling station with Magma gas grill piped to house fuel and teak grill table.
Custom cockpit cushions, new 2008
Two cockpit lockers with huge storage areas

Canvas
UV protection on yankee and staysail
Custom mainsail cover
Dodger, collapsible with removable side curtains and opening center panel
Sailing bimini
Wheel cover
Cockpit weather cloths
Butterfly cover
Forward hatch cover
Windlass cover
Mast to backstay sun awning with side curtains

Dinghies
Saturn roll-up inflatable dinghy, new 2007, completely equipped
Dyer Dhow dinghy, 8 ft., carried in davits on the stern, completely equipped with sailing rig, mast, boom, tiller, rudder, centerboard, sail, oars
3.5 hp Tohatsu outboard motor

Tankage
Diesel 85 gal.
Water main tank 100 gal., spare tank 45 gal., both stainless steel
Holding tanks 10 gal. black water, 10 gal. gray water
Hot water tank 11 gal.
Propane/butane, 2x 20 lb tanks
Mascerator

Miscellaneous
Aluminum deck chairs, 2
Dahon folding bikes, 2
Complete set of scuba gear
Paper charts of the complete Med
Pilot books of the Med

Spares
Extensive spares included

Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
Tayana Tayana 37
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