1986 Tayana Vancouver

Added 18 October, 2012

About this Sailboat:

Wanderlust is an extremely seaworthy, well-built blue water Tayana yacht. The 42ft Vancouver is a traditional aft cockpit cutter, which has become justly famous for itÂ’s power and speed. Accommodating 6, persons in three well-ventilated cabins of teak and pine, 2 persons forward on a generous 6ft 6in V berth, 2, in the main salon and 2, in the private queen sized aft cabin. The U shaped galley is to starboard with a Mariner 3 burner propane stove adjacent to a large top / side loading refrigerator/ icebox. A double sink with hot / cold pressurized water and salt and fresh water foot pumps, 150 gl. stainless Water tanks.

Equipment on Board:

Auxiliary power, Yanmar JHE4 44hp freshwater cooled diesel, 120 gl. steel fuel tanks.
Recently rigged (2001) with Schaefer blocks, new Isomat boom, new Hood, main and 130 head sails on Profurl roller furling. Hathaway genica. New dodger and sail cover (2008). Alpha / Spectra autopilot, Raytheon Radar, Garmin GPS. Lighthouse #1501 windlass w/275ft, 5/16 g4 chain and a CQR45lb anchor.

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