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Tayana 37′ Sailboat


The **Tayana 37** is built to perform with all the style and comfort you and your family deserves. The Tayana 37 is a beautifully maintained blue water vessel. The exterior design of the Tayana includes a full bimini, sitka spruce spars, new tan bark sails, dingy davits, and a huge pilothouse cockpit with wheel and/or tiller steering, With the exception of modern hardware and rigging options, the fact that this “full-keeled double-ender” has changed little with the times, summarizes its appeal for those sailors who admire a stout, safe and proven yacht of this traditional style. The boat accompanied with a spacious salon with convertible dinette, gourmet galley, quarter cabin, head with separate shower stall, holding tank, sleeps five. The Tayana 37 gives you all the flexibility you need in a cruising boat — whether you go for a weekend or the long haul. This boat does it all and does it well. It has also been said of the Tayana 37, that it is “the most successful custom cruising yacht ever built.”

**37′ Tayana Pilothouse**
Year: 1984
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel

Boat Name:
Morning Star

Ta Yang Yacht Building Co. LTD

LOA: 36 ft 8 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 31 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Ballast: 7340 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (90 Gallons)

Displacement: 24,000

Total Power: 50

Force 10 LPG burner/oven and broiler
Alder-Barbour refrigerator (top/side loading icebox, 12 volt)
Seaward 6 gallon 120 volt water heater

Helm and Electronics
GPS/Loran: Garmin GPS65
Depth Sounder: Signet MK172 digital
Speed/Log: Signet digital
Compass: Ritchie 4″
VHF: Kenwood TS-4305 HF transceiver and automatic tuner AT-250

120 Volt AC Shore Power
12 Volt DC Ship Batteries

Hull and Deck
Hullsides: Fiberglass laminates with gelcoat finish
Decks: Fiberglass/Balsa sandwich with non-skid finish
Bottom: Fiberglass laminates with epoxy barrier coating and antifouling paint
Keel: Molded fiberglass modified full keel with internal ballast
Bulkheads: Fiberglass bonded to the hull
Internal Members: Fiberglass/over teak
Deck Hardware: Blocks, cars, cleats, line clutches, tracks
Bowsprit: Laminated teak
Lifelines: Double stainless steel wire
Pulpits/Stanchions: Stainless steel bow/stern rails and stanchions
Canvas: Bimini, sail cover, hatch covers, wheel cover, and handrail covers.

Rigging and Sailing Equipment
Mast & Booms: Laminated Sitka Spruce (varnished)
Spreaders: Single in-line varnished Sitka Spruce
Mast Step: Keel stepped atop solid teak 4″ x 12″ plank on 3″ x 12″ verticals
Standing Rigging: 1 x 19 stainless steel wire
Reefing System: Jiffy reefing: 2 points (tack horn & clew line)
Sail Inventory: Mainsail with 2 reefs and full length battens. Hank-on self-tending staysail.
110% roller furling genoa with sunshield and foam luff. Sails Neil Pryde 2000 “Tan-Bark.” Spare hank-on staysail.
Winches: Lewmar: 2 #40s/t, 4 #16s/t
Additional: ProFurl genoa roller furling

Pilothouse Arrangement- Two steps down from the cockpit into the pilothouse: a sit-down forward facing nav station is to port and the wheel helm station is to starboard. Moving forward down 3 steps into the main cabin-storage lockers and a desk are to port, and a quarterberth is to starboard. Continue forward; the galley is to starboard and an L-shaped settee with folding-down dining table is to port. Continue forward, the private head with separate shower stall is to port, and storage lockers are to starboard. A private v-berth cabin is forward.

Note:This boat is being sold AS IS. The sitka spruce wooden ‘box style’ mast either needs to be repaired or replaced.

Appointment Required
Two.Eight.One – Three.Three.Four – Four.Six.Zero.Six

Listing ID: 13900

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