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1986 Tayana Tayana 37

19 December, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

I purchased s/v Celtic Dream in 2001 and have installed equipment and refined systems to make the liveaboard/cruising experience safe and comfortable. We cruised the entire Caribbean, and felt that the key to our enjoyment was the extra measure of independence afforded by our ample storage area to carry supplies, reliable refrigeration, wind generated power, 40gph watermaker, generator, washing machine, and the general sturdiness and comfort of the boat.

Our layout features the galley to port, with forward-facing twin sinks, a storage locker above. Opposite the galley is the desk-style chart table, facing starboard. Aft is a double hanging locker, three file size deep drawers, and a bin.

The salon has an L-shaped settee to port, and a straight settee to starboard, each of which pulls out to make a comfortable berth. For passages, there’s a pull-up lee board on the starboard side- good for secure sleeping or secure stowage while underway.

Forward to port is the head, with a separate shower stall, and lots of mirrors to make the area seem larger. The door to the head, with mirrors on both sides, can be opened across the cabin, creating a forward suite enclosing the V- berth. (A pull-out step makes the berth easily accessible.) Opposite the head are hanging lockers and storage.

We think you will find Celtic Dream well cared for and ready for the full-time liveaboard/cruising lifestyle without major changes.

Equipment on Board:

Please contact for complete specs. Here are some highlights….
– Yanmar 4JH4E 54 HP (aprox 1200 hrs)
– Stern rails for easy cockpit access.
– Simrad below deck hydraulic Autopilot
– Raymarine e120 Electronics w 4kw Radar
– Northern Lights 5kw Generator
– Washing Machine
– 40gph Watermaker
– Separate Shower Stall
– Link 10 Battery Monitor System
– 3 85w Solar Panels
– Four Winds Wind Generator.
– Switlik 4 person life raft with insulated floor for North Atlantic temperatures.
– Flat Panel TV
– Sigmar Diesel Heater
– Seaward Hot Water Tank
– 660 AH, Trojan T-105’s house bank
– 16k BTU Crusair Air Conditioning/Heat

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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