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  1. 1984 Tayana

    March 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    We ve lived aboard cruising the caribbean for the last 20 years…Time to move ashore. Excellent, one owner, well taken care boat. Well worth seeing.

    Equipment on Board:

    White hull, cutter rig, Doyle Stack Pack, great shape, fully batten main sail, very little use, 2 anchors, a CQR 45 lb. and a 75 CQR, 75 lbs., chain on the two anchors plus nylong rode. Lofrans electric windlass,Icom Ham Radio, Icom 735, Icom VHF Radio, Micrologic Explorer GPS, Sony FM, AM radio and tape player, TV and CD player, Tuner for the Ham Radio, roller furling on both head sails. Depth finder, 6 fans, 2 in main cabin, 1 in Galley 1 over navigagtion desk, 1 in head and 1 in forward berth. Bathrom forward, with separate full standing shower A Dickinson diesel cabin heater, brass barometer, 2 brass clocks plus a tide clock, 2 brass oil lamps. AC and DC outlets throughout boat. Galley with 3 burners,oven, solenoid propane system w 2 tanks stored aft. Front opening 12 V fridge, and freezer…beers are always cold! Microwave comes with the boat as well!
    Outboard engine (Yamaha) very little hourslike maybe 10 total. 2 solar panels (150Watts) and wind generator installed on stainless steel overhead davits. New transmission, engine is Yanmar 35Hp, runs great! Much much more…make us an offer and you can be sailing next week…10 hours to the Spanish Virgin Islands!!


  2. 1985 Tayana Vancouver Center Cockpit

    January 19, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This sweet sailing double-ender is well respected and heavily built from solid, hand-laid fiberglass. The cutter rigged “Vancouver 42” Center Cockpit model was designed by Robert Harris and has been proven by many cruisers to be fast, easily short-handed, a truly “go anywhere in safety and comfort” vessel and a very spacious live aboard. She has a beautiful interior, hand crafted in quarter sawn teak and vertical grain spruce with a solid teak and holly cabin sole.
    The three cabin layout has a huge, private aft cabin with an almost king-size berth (new mattress foam) with ensuite head and separate large shower stall, a large, private forward cabin that sleeps two, with it’s own head and shower and a capacious main salon with room to sleep four or sit eight at dinner.
    Multiple overhead hatches and opening ports make the interior light, airy and well ventilated. Really huge amounts of storage throughout. Large tanks: 150 Gals.water; 165 Gals. fuel; 40 Gals holding.

    Recent work:

    7/2008: New 43 HP Kubota Beta Marine Diesel, now has approx. 450 hours.
    Externals:
    The boat needs cosmetics: gelcoat is old but still buffs out ok; teak needs oiling. No teak decks! Yippee!
    Internals:
    Inside the boat is excellent; the varnished surfaces are beautiful
    The boat with it’s large, private aft cabin, makes an excellent liveaboard. I have had guests stay for upwards of a week and while their presence was noticeable, the two heads and showers make the boat very comfy.
    The slip may be available temporarily as a live-aboard.
    Call (# removed) NO BROKERS please!

    Equipment on Board:

    Sails:Main, Yankee, Staysail, 100% Jib on fractional staysail, 150% drifter.
    7/2012: Surveyed for Passenger carrying insurance, all recommendations done, valued @ $85K BEFORE following work performed:

    8/2012:
    All new 316 SS Standing rigging with chrome plated bronze open body turnbuckles, 3/4″ pins; 3/8″ wire.

    2 new Harken Cruising Furlers

    New Hood Jib on inner stay- sets as 100% fractional or original as staysail

    7/2012
    New Bottom paint

    New J-prop, 19″ 3-blade feathering propellor

    New Cutlass bearing

    New Dripless shaft seal

    Two new bronze thru-hulls with valves

    New engine intake strainer

    New LPG control valve w/pressure gauge

    Recertified 20lb. LPG horizontal mount alum. tank

    7/2008
    New 43 HP Beta Marine Kubota
    New Prop shaft
    New fuel system hoses
    New Racor FG 500 dual filter
    New Fuel Distribution manifold

    New Isotherm 20 Gallon all stainless water heater with engine loop (loop not connected) 120v

    Lifeline AGM 8 “d” battery

    2011
    New Jabsco 12v Electric Macerator Marine toilet, fresh water supply valve (almost odorless)

    New Jabsco High volume fresh water pump: 7 GPM @60 PSI

    2010

    New “premium quality” Polyurethane foam for masters cabin berth

    Ground tackle:
    1 35 lb CQR
    1 Fortress FX 23
    1 Fortress FX 37
    50′ 5/16th Chain
    250′ 3/4 rode

    Manual windless w/rope & chain gypsy

    Various fenders and docklines


  3. 1986 Tayana Tayana 37

    December 19, 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


  4. 1982 Tayana 37

    December 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Beautiful Tayana 37 with new diesel, good sails and rigging, in need of some upgrades in mechanical equipment. Age and ill-health force sale as I am unable to take care of her properly any longer. Please call or write to discuss details.
    (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    available upon contact.


  5. 1986 Tayana MKII Cutter

    December 6, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT: This Tayana 37 MK II is Truly ready for Offshore Cruising, Liveaboard or Coastal Cruising with Extensive practical and comfort driven upgrades throughout. Here is just a brief run down of what you will find on “Celtic Dream” and not on any other vessel in her class, year and price range: 2005 Low Hour Yanmar Diesel with a real fuel gauge, 5KW Northern Light Generator, Full Cockpit Enclosure, Water Maker, Washing Machine, Simrad Auto Pilot tied to Raymarine Radar & Chartplotter, Solar Panel, Wind Generator, Switlik Life Raft Flat Screen TV, Diesel Heater A/C, Fuel Tanks Replaced, Upgraded Chain Plates & Turnbuckles, TOO MUCH TO LIST…A Must See. Call today.

    REMARKS: Loaded Popular Blue Water Cruiser/Liveaboard with all the Amenities.

    Information offered on this specification sheet is thought to be accurate at time of publicat

    Equipment on Board:

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12 Volt Ships Service, Shore Power, 3 85W Solar Panels with MPPT Monitor,6 Trojan House Bank Batteries with Separate Starting Battery, Four Winds Wind Generator, Link Lite Battery Monitor, Northern Lights 5KW Generator, Xantrex MS2000 Inverter/ 100 Amp Charger and much more.

    ELECTRONICS: Raymarine E120 Chartplotter System with 4KW Radar, Simrad AP 25 Auto Pilot, VHF Radio, AIS 500 System, Raymarine ST Instruments, Yanmar Instrumentation Panel, Stereo, Flat Screen TV and more.

    MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:16K BTU Reverse Cycle A/C with Digital Controller, Simrad Hydraulic Auto Pilot, Racor 500’s with Manifold, Fuel Polish System, Washing Machine, Sigmar Diesel Cabin Heater, Electric Raritan Head, Cockpit LED with Dimmer, Seagull IV Water Purification System, 40 GPM Water Maker, Raw and Fresh Water Pumps in Galley, Cold Blue Refrigeration and separate Cold Blue Freezer Unit, Hot Water Heater, Bilge Pumps, Fuel and Water Tank Gauge Monitors & Much More.

    DECK GEAR: Bow Pulpit, 45 & 35 lb CQR Anchors, Chain & Rode, Spinnaker Pole, Stack Pack for Mainsail, SSB Backstay Antenna, Life Raft, Full Enclosure with Screens, Magma SS BBQ Grill, Cockpit Table, Crane & Mounts for 15 & 2 HP Outboards & Much More.


  6. 1986 Tayana Vancourver Pilothouse

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Superior Pilot is a Coast Guard documented, cutter-rigged 32 ft Pilothouse on Lake Superior. Inside and outside helms. Roller furling genoa with staysail and gennaker w/sock. 2 staterooms, folding prop with packless shaft seal, B&G integrated instruments, radar, autopilot, Garmin 182C chartplotter, 10 ft AquaDutch air dinghy on davits, all teak interior, full head and galley, propane cabin heater, fresh water boat, main and auxiliary battery banks, twin fuel and water tanks, pressurized water system with electric heater, storage cradle, and much more

    Equipment on Board:

    Furuno Radar with Questes self-levelling mount, B&G H1000 instruments, Garmin 182C Chartplotter, Alpha 3000 autopilot, Automac Battery control center, Newmar HDM30 Battery charger, Icom portable and mounted VHF. Maxima/Kenwood sound system, Force 10 propane heater, AdlerBarber Referigerator, Raritan PHII head, Manual windlass with Stainless Danforth anchor. Much more.


  7. 1991 Tayana 55

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The yacht was ordered in 1991 by the present owner at Ta Yang in Taiwan and then transferred to the United States.
    In subsequent years, the yacht was sailing in the Caribbean. The yacht, each year 5 months in dry dock every year and is completely overhauled, including
    new anti-fouling and technical maintenance.

    Cabins / institution

    1 owner cabin with double bed and private bathroom / WC
    1 cabin with double bed
    A forward cabin with double bed
    1 bath / toilet in the bow
    1 Living
    A galley in the passageway
    A navigation area

    Equipment on Board:

    Navigation

    Compass
    Furuno GPS
    Furuno radar
    Autohelm Series 50
    Speed
    Sonar
    Wind indicator
    Autopilot 7000
    Kenwood SSB pro with 2 tuners
    Horizon VHF

    Electrical

    12/220/110 V
    Wind Generator Wind 2005 Super
    Honda generator 110V – 2000W
    Battery charger 110/220V
    800W inverter 12/220V

    Equipment

    Teak
    1 anchor FOB 42 kg 70m chain 11mm
    An anchor 25 kg Danfoth
    Maxwell windlass 3500th
    Windshield securely mounted stainless
    Sprayhood
    4 x cockpit canopy for
    Brand AB 3.6m dinghy
    25 HP Yamaha outboard motor year 2007
    Flat screen TV new
    Stereo with 4 speakers

    Sailing – Rig

    A backstay (dummy head)
    2 days back
    Tree with kicker
    6 winches for Scots
    5 winches on mast
    1 spinnaker halyard
    2 genoa halyard
    1 Stagsegelfall
    1 case for spinnaker pole
    1 Staysail new 2011
    1 Mainsail 74m2
    1 Genoa
    1 Spinnaker 250m2
    A mirror tree and Fittings


  8. 1979 Tayana 37

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    lightly used,beautiful example of these desirable boats.this one has many of the best features:keel stepped mast,fiberglass decks,shower stall, convertible queen in salon,nav station with full cabinetry instead of qtr berth.strongtrack for mainsail. boat has just had bottom blasted and barrier coated,all new thru-hulls and seacocks,hull painted,new electrical panel and so much more.owner seriously injured forces the sale of this boat.was being prepared for a cruise.

    Equipment on Board:

    yanmar engine 3qm 33hp manual windlass,refurbished mainsail and new strongtrack.stainless hotwater heater,12v refridge,new fuel tank,Trinka dingy with sailing rig on davits,zodiac 340 airdeck (stowable)with 15hp outboard.grill and assortment of basic extras, No fancy electronics or excessive equipment.chance to add what you desire.head removed,has intregal holding tank in rear keel,stainless water tank with pressure and manual pump.


  9. 1979 Tayana 37

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1979 Tayana 37 “Passages” The Robert Perry-designed Tayana 37 is a well-known and well-regarded cruiser. With her cutter rig you can go from mild to wild with confidence in the vessel’s capabilities. This one owner USCG documented boat shows her gorgeous lines and interior, spruce masts and booms at her best, as all have been well-maintained. In the bow is a chain locker. Next aft is the forward stateroom with a V-berth double berth with storage below. Next aft to port is an enclosed head, vanity and shower. Across to starboard is a hanging locker. Next aft is the main salon. To port is the dinette. Across to starboard is a settee. At the forward end of the settee is a Diesel heater. Next aft to port is a forward facing chart table and seat. Behind the chart table is additional storage. Across to starboard is a U-shaped galley. On centerline between the chart table and the galley is the engine cover. Over the engine cover are steps leading up and out to the cockpit. The interior is finished in teak with a teak cabin sole. She has 6’4″ headroom. Recent upgrades are many. The canoe stern makes this Tayana 37 lovely to look at, an absolute classic.

    Equipment on Board:

    Hummingbird GPS, chart-plotter and depth sounder/// Standard Horizon VHF/// Two automatic bilge pumps, one manual bilge pump/// High water alarm///Three-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven, dedicated propane locker/// Sea-Frost refrigeration ///SS sink in galley/// Freshwater pressure water system, water heater engine or 110vac shore power heated///Insect screens for all ports and hatches/// U.S.Documented vessel and holds a Waiver of the Coastwise Trade Laws (Jones Act).


  10. 1983 Tayana 37

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    THETIS is a one owner, well maintained and equipped example of this proven blue water cruiser. Since purchased, she has been stored indoors each winter, and many upgrades have been made including a new Yanmar diesel in 2000, and all new North NorDac sails purchased in 2004. Her accommodation plan is the “cutter” version with a slight variation in that the starboard quarter berth was removed and a storage area added. THETIS is a simple cruising boat for ocean voyaging. Her owner went out of his way to keep her systems as simple and basic as possible for self-sufficiency; so as to stay in remote locations for long periods of time. Equipped with an OETIS self-steering rig, THETIS can be sailed single or short handed.

    Equipment on Board:

    Call for complete equipment list