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1988 Tayana V-42

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This is the renowned Robert Harris designed ‘fast cruiser’ built by Tayana with beautiful burmese teak interior. Equipped in 2010 with all cruising equipment, new sails and running rigging, Garmin 10″ plotter with radar interfaced with AIS receiver, solar and wind power, new 4kw generator, etc. Hull #100, rarely built ‘long trunk cabin’ model.

Equipment on Board:

4 Anchors
200’ 3/8” BBB chain
600’ ¾” nylon rode
Nilsen Maxwell Anchor Windlass
3/16th SS double life lines with high stanchions with gates on port and starboard
Swim ladder on starboard side
Bow, stern and mast pulpits
Teak pin rails and pins on mast pulpits
Ritchie 5” SS Binnacle compass
Teak Cockpit table
Dodger and bimini
Running rigging renewed ’09-‘10
Pro-furl C420 cruising roller furling ‘08
Radar pole aft with radar, hailer and gps antenna and
Air Breeze wind generator (2010)
Autohelm windvane self-steering gear
Two 65 watt solar panels (2010)
9 deck prisms
5 deck hatches
13 Hood SS opening ports with screens, one portlight in hull
Sealed, vented LPG and Petrol storage locker
Two deck washdown fittings, one fore and one aft
Zodiac 4 man liferaft in chaulks
Aquapro 10’ aluminum RIB
Johnson 6 hp

Garmin GPSMap 4210 plotter w/ Garmin 18” Radar (2010) interfaces with
Standard Horizon GX2100 vhf and AIS receiver (2010)
Robertson AP1000 autopilot with hydraulic ram on the steering quadrant
Garmin GPS 65
B&G instruments depth, speed, wind speed and direction with repeaters in cockpit
Icom IC-M700 HF radio w/auto-tuner
Bluesky Solar charge controller
Furuno DFAX weather fax
JVC am/fm radio and CD player
Gas vapor detector and alarm

4kw 125v generator
4 8D AGM
Xantrex 2500 charger/inverter (2009)
Xantrex Link 2000 Control (2009)
Newmar 50 AMP automatic battery charger
Newmar AC/DC circuit breaker panel
Five 12v circulation fans

North Sails cruising mainsail 9.5 oz, full batten with two reefs (2010)
North Sails cruising staysail with one reef (2010)
Neil Pryde storm trysail
Neil Pryde storm staysail
Neil Pryde 115% genoa on Pro-furl C420 roller furling
¾ oz Spinnaker
Lazy jacks

Yanmar Diesel 2100 hrs
Fuel polishing system with Dahl 200 filter
Generator Kubota 500 hrs new 2011

Force 10 Galley Gourmet 2 burner stove with oven and broiler
30# LPG tank
8# LPG tank
Freezer/refrigerator 125v water cooled with two holding plates
12 volt exhaust fan
Microwave oven
6 gallon SS hot water heater 125v and engine cooling
Pressure water system
Fresh and saltwater foot pumps
Five storage cabinets, one dish and cub cabinet
Village Marine Little Wonder Watermaker

Fuel; 110
Water; 150
Shower Sump; estimated 5 gallon tank
Holding: 35 gallons

SS sink
Fresh and saltwater foot pumps
Pressure water
Raritan electric head with macerator
Shower with handheld shower head

Interior is all Burmese teak finished with louvered front storage lockers
Interior cushions replaced and new sunbrella upholstery 2009 (except forepeak)
All Cushions 6” firm
Red curtesy lights throughout

Aft cabin
Double berth
Large hanging locker
6 drawers
Book and Chart storage
Fire extinguisher

Main Cabin
Port L shaped settee makes into double
Starboard settee
Three leaf teak table
Three book shelves
Ten storage lockers
Compass on starboard side

HF radio
B&G instruments
CD player, radio
Wind generator ammeter and kill switch
Solar power status and kill switch
Access to Xantrex inverter and busses
Storage under nav seat

Forward Cabin
Hanging locker
Double berth with fillet
Built in air compressor under port berth

Engineering space
Genset, steering, refrigeration, water heater fuel polishing filter

Engine Compartment
Balmar 100 amp alternator

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I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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