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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Our Docks, Seattlw, WA, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 34,500
- Sale Pending
QUALITY, CHARM, AND BLUE-WATER PERFORMANCE combine in this sturdy, traditionally styled cutter. Designed by Robert Perry and built to the highest standards by the reknowned Ta Shing shipyard, "Zarenth" has been well-kept and well-equipped for Northwest cruising. This yacht's autopilot, radar, dodger, winches, windlass, and many other key elements make her a wonderful, classic. Her teak decks and standing rigging were renewed in 2002. Even her portlghts have been re-built and re-glazed.
Tori Parrott - 206-618-0197 Tori@signature-yacts.com
John Cooper - 206-909-8776
Ken Monahan - 206-910-7459
Rick Shane - 206-459-3852
Please contact Tori Parrott Cell 206-618-0197 at 206-284-9004
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Ta Shing
Designer: Robert Perry
LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 3 in
LWL: 24 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Displacement: 12500 lbs
Ballast: 5000 lbs
Total Power: 27 HP
Engine Brand: Pisces
Engine Model: 27
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 902
Engine Power: 27 HP
Cruising Speed: 5 mph
Maximum Speed: 6 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (36 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (15 Gallons)
Electrical Circuit: 110V
A yacht that provides the quality construction and hallmark of Ta Shing, "Zarenth"'s traditional teak interior is warm and inviting and you'll be amazed at the spaciousness and 6'3" headroom in a yacht just under 30 feet on deck. With ten bronze portlights, a generous butterfly hatch in the saloon, and a large translucent hatch in the stateroom, the rich wood basks in abundant natural light during the day.
At night, numerous overhead fixtures create a cozy glow. A stereo with Bose speakers helps set the mood. A matched brass clock and barometer mark the time and monitor the weather. Cabin soles throughout are solid teak and holly. The diesel galley stove serves both food and cabin heat. With a total of five berths, here's how "Zarenth" is laid out:
The inviting foreward cabin's batten-lined hullsides and teak woodwork frame a roomy vee berth. At the foot of the berth, louvred doors provide access to the chain locker. An assortment of cabinets, drawers, bins and fiddled shelves provide storage, and there's a large hanging locker at the head of the berth, where there's also standing room for dressing. Three bronze portlights and an overhead hatch bring in light and air.
Next aft to starboard, the compact, fully enclosed head includes a stainless steel sink set in a marble vanity, hot and cold pressure water, shower, toilet, and cabinet storage. A Dorade and portlight provide ventilation.
In the saloon, settees on either side bracket a table that folds up and out of the way when not in use. The settee to port slides out to a wider single berth; a foot-well under the nav station lengthens the starboard settee into a secure sea berth complete with lee cloth. Cabinets, shelves, compartments and bins add to the storage behind, above and below the settees. Outside light floods in through three bronze portlights and a large butterfly hatch overhead.
A navigation station of rare size and utility is just aft of the starboard settee, complete with hinged lid desk, cabinets, shelves, forward facing seating, and a portlight. A wet hanging locker is tucked in nearby, and a long quarter berth, a good sea berth on either tack, stretches back toward the stern.
To port, across from the nav station and quarter berth, the efficient galley provides a deep, double, stainless steel sink, pressure hot and cold water plus raw and fresh water manual pumps, a Dickinson Pacific diesel stove that also heats the yacht, an ice box, and a variety of drawers, shelves, cabinets and bins. Two portlights and a vent serve the galley area.
- Force 10 stove with propane solenoid
- 4" solar vents
- Webasto diesel forced air heater
- Pic-a-watt electric heater
Access from below to the cockpit is through a wide companionway closed off with louvered french doors. A stainless and bronze binnacle, centerpiece of the cockpit, supports a traditional steering wheel, large Danforth compass, and engine control levers. With high-back teak seating and teak grates underfoot, the cockpit is a comfortable place to socialize and sail. Five Anderson self-tailing winches, ease sail handling -- the two #28 primaries and three cabin-top #12s. Many lines are led aft. Aft of the skipper, a stainless steel pole rises to support the radar antenna. An Artful Dodger dodger and bimini, provide plenty of protection from the elements.
The teak decks, recaulked and resurfaced in 2002, are surrounded in the stainless steel safety of pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and lifelines. At the bow you'll find dual bow rollers, a Simpson Lawrence Hyspeed manual windlass an Axton #40 hinged plow anchor, chain and rode. Further aft, a gallows cradling the boom arches over the aft end of the cabin. Also on deck, notice the mainsail cover, staysail and headsail bags, and fitted hatch cover canvas.
- Anderson ST Winches
- Artful Dodger and bimini
- Simpson Lawrence Hyped manual windlass
- 40lb plow anchor with chain and rode
- new drain and hose in propane locker
- new forward thru hull
- Raymarine 5000+ autopilot with remote
- Raymarine SL72 radar
- Navico Corus knot/depth instrument
- ICOM VHF.
- Stereo with Bose speakers
- The yacht's electrical system was revamped in 2001
- AC and DC boards
- New three stage charger
- New batteries 2013
- Shore power with cord
- 2 GFCI outlets
- Lee Mainsail with 2 reefs
- Lee Staysail
- New Yankee on Furler (never used) Neil Pryde
- New Harken 1.5 fuller with leads aft with jib halyard and restrainer
- The mast and boom are aluminum.
- Three Barlow #15 winches at the mast and one boom reefing winch ease sail handling.
- The standing rigging and many halyards and lines were replaced in 2003
- The Pisces (Isuzu) diesel logged approximately 725 hours before an hour meter was installed in 2001.
- It shows less than 130 hours.
- The three-bladed bronze prop spins on a 1 1/4" stainless steel shaft
- dripless seal.
- Throughhulls are bronze.
- Pumps include electric and manual bilge pumps (either replace or repaired in 2004) and a
- Shower sump pump.
- The Pisces (Isuzu) diesel
- Three-bladed bronze prop spins on a 1 1/4" stainless steel shaft
- New Drive shaft and seal 2013
- Dripless seal.
- Bronze the hulls
- Electric and manual bilge pumps - new 2017
- New fuel tank 2017
- Full engine service 2017
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.