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  1. 1983 Tashing Baba

    January 2, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Lonestar is a beautiful classic double ender sailboat. She is Navy blue (new Awlgrip 2012) over origibal navy blue gel coat. She has all new standing rigging (including insulated backstay) All her teak has been inspected and repaired or replaced to like new condition. She has new gel coat on coach roof.

    Equipment on Board:

    The following items were new replacements in 2010

    Electronics:
    Garmin 4208 GPS, Radar, and Sonar.
    Auto pilot

    General:

    50 gal aluminum fuel tank
    All new maint free batteries and smart charger
    Hot water heater
    electric head
    Lofrans electric windlass
    Air conditioning unit
    3.5 KW generator
    Flat screen TV (monitors all data from navsta ie radar gps sonar and auto pilot)


  2. 1980 Tashing BABA

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    THE PRICE IS NEGOTIABLE.
    One of the best boat builders in Taiwan made ELBABA, a Robert Perry design double-ended cutter. She sports a full keel and teak decks. She is an offshore vessel. Lines are beautiful. Her design makes her safe and dry. ELBABA is the perfect boat for a couple of persons.

    Equipment on Board:

    Aluminum mast (40 feet) and boom
    Wheel steering and emergency tiller
    Binnacle box
    Cockpit dodger and bimini with lateral enclosures

    Layout:
    Main saloon, port & starboard seating
    Storage behind seating
    Folding leaf table
    Butterfly hatch
    Comfortable V-berth with hatch; plenty of storage
    Brass lamp, clock, and barometer
    Wet locker
    Navigation station
    Two Dorade boxes (cowl vents)
    Full size seat head with wash basin
    Cockpit locker
    Galley:
    Storage galore
    Kenyon propane 2-burner stove with oven
    Microwave
    Double stainless sink with covers
    Pressurized water
    Hot water heater
    Ice box top-loading
    Propane grill on the pulpit
    Fire extinguisher
    Tankage:
    Water : Steel, two 25 gallon tanks
    Fuel: Steel, 25 gallons
    Holding: Composite, 12 gallons
    Sails/Winches:
    Aluminum mast (40 feet) with mast steps and boom
    Main (refurbished) with two reef points
    Roller furling on forestay
    Yankee
    Staysail
    Storm jib
    Trysail
    Spinnaker
    Lazy Jacks
    Sail covers and bags
    Jiffy Reefing, outhaul, and topping lift
    5 cockpit winches
    3 mast winches
    Mainsheet traveler
    Electrical/Electronics:
    Electrical panel
    Inverter/Battery equalizer
    Battery bank selector
    Battery charger solid state
    Datamarine depth sounder
    Binnacle compass Ritchie Globemaster
    Autohelm 3000
    Garmin GPS Map 440
    VHF radio Icom M504 with remote and antenna
    Backstay with SSB insulators
    12-volt and 110-volt electric outlets
    Four 6-volt DC, deep cycle batteries (two 12V banks)
    Shore power cord 30A
    Motor:
    Diesel engine Volvo Penta MD11C 23 HP (refurbished)
    Instruments
    Two blade propeller (13” low drag)
    Racor water/fuel separator
    Cruising speed 5 mph, max 6.6 mph
    Ground tackle:
    SL windlass chain and rope
    Sampson post
    22# Delta anchor, 20’ chain, 150’ rode
    8# Danforth anchor, 15’ chain, 150’ rode
    Miscellaneous:
    Documented boat
    USCG placard set
    Teak bowsprit, platform, deck, hatches
    Screens for all hatches and ports
    Stainless steel, double-tiered bow and stern pulpits
    Stainless steel stanchions with double life lines
    Boarding gates starboard and port
    Aluminum boarding ladder
    Bilge pump 12 volt
    Fenders, lines, spare parts, manuals


  3. 1985 Tashing Panda 34

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is an ideal blue water cruising boat for a single-handed sailor or small family. She was built in 1985 by TaShing, one of the best boat builders in Taiwan and has spent the last 12 years cruising the Caribbean, the first 11 as a live aboard home. She has a cut away keel, fiberglass hull and teak decks and interior. A new 56 hp Yanmar engine was installed in 2003. She is a double ended cutter and is dry and extremely seaworthy. If you’re looking for a live aboard or blue water cruiser you need look no further.

    Equipment on Board:

    Layout:
    Headroom 6’4″
    All inside woodwork is solid teak
    Double berth in the forepeak with lots of lockers, drawers and hanging locker.
    Main saloon has u shaped seating around a sunburst solid teak table which converts into a double berth on starboard side.
    Port side has one berth and there is a large quarter berth.
    Lots of storage behind all berths and in louvered door lockers above and in galley area
    Navigation station
    Lee cloths on port settee
    10 bronze portholes
    4 cowl vents on Dorade boxes
    Head with stainless steel sink in marble top and a separate shower compartment

    Sails/Rigging/ Winches:
    Main (reasonable), genoa (reasonable) and staysail (needs attention) – Doyle 1998
    Furler on head stay
    Lazy Jacks on main
    Sail covers and ready bags
    Jiffy Reefing, outhaul, and topping lift
    Rigging new in 1998
    10 Lewmar self tailing

    Galley:
    Double stainless sink with covers
    Well-insulated, top-loading ice box
    Force Ten stove with propane 2-burner stove, grill and oven
    Electric/engine heat exchanger hot water heater
    Pressurized hot (via engine or shore power) and cold water
    A large pantry with louvered door is situated to starboard
    Refrigeration: Isotherm with large holding plate (2003)
    Ample storage in teak lockers
    All kitchen equipment and utensils are included

    Electrical/Electronics:
    4 Trojan 6 Volt Golf cart batteries (dec 2006)
    2 Siemens 500 Watt Solar Panels
    Aerogen 6 Wind generator
    110 V outlets throughout
    Statpower charger
    Statpower inverter 800
    ICOM M80 VHF
    ICOM IC707 SSB (1997)
    2 Garmin 128 GPS, one readable from the cockpit
    Autohelm 3000 (1997)

    Engine:
    Yanmar 4JH3e 56 hp new in 2003 – 1250 hours

    Tankage/pumps:
    Water – 100 gallons
    Fuel – Approximately 50 gallons
    Bilge pumps – 1 manual and 1 12 volt electric

    Ground tackle:
    Lofrans Tigress electric windlass (1997)
    45 lbs CQR anchor with 180 ft 3/8″ chain.
    30 lbs Danforth anchor with 40 ft of 3/8″ chain and 200 ft of 3/4″ nylon rode.

    Miscellaneous:
    Wheel steering
    Teak bow sprit with teak platform
    Sampson post
    Stainless steel, double-tiered bow and stern pulpits
    Stainless steel stanchions, double life lines, boarding gates.
    Custom made boarding ladder
    2 propane lockers for 20 lbs propane cylinders.
    Covers and awnings are green sunbrella with zippers
    Large sunbrella sun awning (mast to cockpit)
    Cockpit cushions in emerald tweed sunbrella
    Rigid dinghy with 2 outboards
    New cutlass bearing and new 16″ x 13″ propeller (Nov 2006)
    Self steering wind vane

    All specifications are accurate to the best of owner’s knowledge.


  4. 1990 Tashing Taswell 49

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    A very well presented fast world
    cruiser. This one has been well cared for and is ready
    for an adventure.
     Beautifully built
     A fast cruising yacht
     Solid, safe construction
     Easy to handle with full furling sails
     Sort after yacht layout, centre cockpit with a
    spacious master cabin aft

    Please send inquiring e-mail for a full brochure.

    Equipment on Board:


  5. 1985 Tashing Panda 34

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is an ideal blue water cruising boat for a single-handed sailor or small family. She was built in 1985 by TaShing, one of the best boat builders in Taiwan and has spent the last 12 years cruising the Caribbean, the first 11 as a live aboard home. She has a cut away keel, fiberglass hull and teak decks and interior. A new 56 hp Yanmar engine was installed in 2003. She is a double ended cutter and is dry and extremely seaworthy. If you’re looking for a live aboard or blue water cruiser you need look no further.

    Equipment on Board:

    Layout:
    Headroom 6’4″
    All inside woodwork is solid teak
    Double berth in the forepeak with lots of lockers, drawers and hanging locker.
    Main saloon has u shaped seating around a sunburst solid teak table which converts into a double berth on starboard side.
    Port side has one berth and there is a large quarter berth.
    Lots of storage behind all berths and in louvered door lockers above and in galley area
    Navigation station
    Lee cloths on port settee
    10 bronze portholes
    4 cowl vents on Dorade boxes
    Head with stainless steel sink in marble top and a separate shower compartment

    Sails/Rigging/ Winches:
    Main (reasonable), genoa (reasonable) and staysail (needs attention) – Doyle 1998
    Furler on head stay
    Lazy Jacks on main
    Sail covers and ready bags
    Jiffy Reefing, outhaul, and topping lift
    Rigging new in 1998
    10 Lewmar self tailing

    Galley:
    Double stainless sink with covers
    Well-insulated, top-loading ice box
    Force Ten stove with propane 2-burner stove, grill and oven
    Electric/engine heat exchanger hot water heater
    Pressurized hot (via engine or shore power) and cold water
    A large pantry with louvered door is situated to starboard
    Refrigeration: Isotherm with large holding plate (2003)
    Ample storage in teak lockers
    All kitchen equipment and utensils are included

    Electrical/Electronics:
    4 Trojan 6 Volt Golf cart batteries (dec 2006)
    2 Siemens 500 Watt Solar Panels
    Aerogen 6 Wind generator
    110 V outlets throughout
    Statpower charger
    Statpower inverter 800
    ICOM M80 VHF
    ICOM IC707 SSB (1997)
    2 Garmin 128 GPS, one readable from the cockpit
    Autohelm 3000 (1997)

    Engine:
    Yanmar 4JH3e 56 hp new in 2003 – 1250 hours

    Tankage/pumps:
    Water – 100 gallons
    Fuel – Approximately 50 gallons
    Bilge pumps – 1 manual and 1 12 volt electric

    Ground tackle:
    Lofrans Tigress electric windlass (1997)
    45 lbs CQR anchor with 180 ft 3/8″ chain.
    30 lbs Danforth anchor with 40 ft of 3/8″ chain and 200 ft of 3/4″ nylon rode.

    Miscellaneous:
    Wheel steering
    Teak bow sprit with teak platform
    Sampson post
    Stainless steel, double-tiered bow and stern pulpits
    Stainless steel stanchions, double life lines, boarding gates.
    Custom made boarding ladder
    2 propane lockers for 20 lbs propane cylinders.
    Covers and awnings are green sunbrella with zippers
    Large sunbrella sun awning (mast to cockpit)
    Cockpit cushions in emerald tweed sunbrella
    Rigid dinghy with 2 outboards
    New cutlass bearing and new 16″ x 13″ propeller (Nov 2006)
    Self steering wind vane

    All specifications are accurate to the best of owner’s knowledge.


  6. 1980 Tashing Baba 40

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Aft cockpit,mono-hull fiberglass hull (no blisters) with wheel steering, hood furling yankee and staysails, battened main. 2-44# delta anchors on windlass. 1 on 200′ new chain, 1 on 250’/3/4″ rope. Galley upon entry, a salon amidships, head port side of salon, double quarter berth aft and V-berth in stem. new sunbrella fabric on salon settees. 9′ dyer sailing dingy on transom davits with 3.5 hp outboard. 6 man winslow offshore life raft. full hgt mast steps. see photos: stormyduchess.com
    new all teak bowsprit 2011

    Equipment on Board:

    6″ Ritchie compass, 2 vhf fixed radios, 2 Garmin GPS, JRC 1000 radar, windgen, solar panel, man overboard pole with lifesling & horseshoe with strobe. all 12 & 25ga.flares.raymarine D/S
    wireless man o.b.screamer. 8 speaker built-in stereo system w/ TV, CD and DVD players, 20 amp 120 volt inverter.Alpha 3000 autopilot