1986 Tayana Cutter, aft cockpit, gorgeous
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Rio Dulce, Guatemala
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 114,900
You've just found the best deal available for an excellent Tayana 42!! A serious price reduction of $10,000 on 15 June, 2017 makes THIS cutter worth your full consideration! Make contact today and get your questions answered -- this won't last long before SOLD!
The sellers enjoyed another great cruising season, this time in Belize, and again returned to the sanctuary of Rio Dulce for storm season storage. This is truly your best opportunity to step aboard a quality Tayana very nicely set up for cruising, ready to take you across oceans or perhaps just over to Belize.
Already located in the hurricane-free tropical paradise of Rio Dulce, you really owe it to yourself to fully consider this particular Tayana! The extensive list of standard Tayana 42 features continue to provide comfortable, safe, and swift passages for their happy owners everywhere, perpetuating buyer interest such as yours! This proven design will clearly be in demand long into the future.
Meticulous attention to detail is quickly and easily seen aboard courtesy of longtime owners enjoying their passion for cruising while thoughtfully applying a generous maintenance and improvement budget along the way. Notable improvements to this exceptional cutter are further detailed in Full Specifications and include:
♦ An ingenious combination of 275-amp direct drive alternator, 50 GPH watermaker pump, and a 4.7CFM dive compressor - all from a 2-cyl Yanmar diesel!
♦ Communication and safety features such as AIS transponder/receiver, an ACR EPIRB, and ICOM SSB/HAM radio with Pactor modem
♦ An all-weather cockpit featuring lightweight fiberglass dodger and bimini tops, and full enclosure using Sunbrella and Phifertex screening with clear plastic snap-on rain shields (new 2016)
♦ Continual cabin smiles with (4) dorade boxes/cowl vents, (5) deck prisms (new acrylic 2015), (5) Lewmar hatches (new acrylic/gaskets 2014-2016), (13) stainless opening portlights with screens, (8) Caframo/Hella 12v fans, and (3) Vetus exhaust fans.
♦ Rest is well assured with 73# Rocna primary anchor & 300-feet 3/8" BBB chain, and 66# Lewmar claw anchor & 100'/200' chain/rode.
♦ Recent haul for complete bottom job in 2016 = barrier coats, antifouling coats, zincs = the work is done, time for FUN!
Your ideal Tayana is already conveniently located in one of the finest cruising areas possible: the pristine Western Caribbean! Now safely tucked up the beautiful Rio Dulce in Guatemala for hurricane season, same-day cruising from the Rio can have you snorkeling or diving the world’s 2nd largest barrier reef – Belize it! Or, it’s just an overnighter away to experience the Bay Islands of Honduras (Utila, Roatan, Guanaja). Farther voyages can have you enjoying Mexico, Jamaica, Caymans, and Panama before returning to the Rio sanctuary year after year, as countless cruisers do. Great Yacht, Great Location… GO SAILING!!
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Robert Harris
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
LWL: 33 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 5 in
Displacement: 26000 lbs
Ballast: 11800 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 65 ft 0 in
Total Power: 44 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: 4JHE
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 5600
Engine Power: 44 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (34 Gallons)
Autopilot - Raymarine ST6002 SmartPilot w/cordless remote
Repeater(s) - wind instrument repeater at navigation table
Log-speedometer - Raymarine ST60+
Depthsounder - Raymarine ST60+
Radar - Raymarine RD418 Digital, 48nm
Wind speed and direction - Raymarine ST60+
Plotter - Raymarine C95
Compass - Ritchie 6
VHF - ICOM 502 with CommandMic at helm
GPS - Garmin 152H w/external antenna
Radio - ICOM M710RT ssb/ham w/SCS Pactor modem & ClearSpeech noise filter
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker - 50 GPH, pump driven by generator engine
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Inverter - Heart 2500 Inverter/Charger
Generator - combination direct-drive 275A alternator, watermaker pump, and belt drive scuba compressor!
Davits - Stainless steel - high mount (ideal)
Solar panel - two 80-watt panels on arch
Tender - Caribe 10' RIB-light, w/15hp Yamaha Enduro
Liferaft - expired inspection - Viking
Outboard engine brackets
Cockpit table - Teak, folding
Teak finish and teak and holly cabin sole. 6’4” headroom. Starting forward, double V berth. Forward cabin has solid door and storage in single hanging locker, 4 drawers, shelves on both sides, and small upper lockers. More storage compartments under the berth. Moving aft, to starboard is head with separate shower stall with seat, multiple cabinets and shelves; marble surround for SS sink, manual Raritan head. Across on port side is double hanging locker. Salon has straight settee on port and on starboard is an L shape settee with a large double drop leaf fixed table. Storage behind and under each settee, and cabinets and shelves over each settee. Extra cushion to convert starboard settee into double berth. Aft of port settee is aft-facing chart table and seat. L-shaped galley aft on starboard next to companionway. Guest cabin to port with double berth, numerous drawers, double hanging locker, shelf over berth. All hatches have swing-down insect screens, companionway has sliding overhead and entry screens.
Mariner Regal gimbaled 3 burner LPG stove and oven with broiler; Glacier Bay DC driven cold plate refrigerator (top and front entry) and 6 cuft cold plate freezer (top entry); small GE microwave; Stainless double sinks; Pressure water system, fresh and salt water foot pumps, Water heater 110 and off either engine or generator. Many drawers and sliding door cabinets.
AC 110v electric panel, DC 12v electric panel; House batteries AGM group 4D (4), AGM Group 27 engine start battery; Battery selector switch; Heart Freedom 2500 charger/Inverter; Power cord 30 amp 50' (2); Balmar APC750 Generator/Watermaker with Yanmar 2 cyl diesel engine, 275amp alternator direct drive, cat pump to run 50gal/hr watermaker. Generator may also be belted to Bauer 4.7CFM dive compressor. Galley and reading lights converted to LED. Two 80Watt solar panels mounted on arch.
Raymarine SmartPilot SPX Course computer, Raymarine ST6002 SmartPilot autopilot controller head and cordless remote control, Raymarine autopilot linear drive, Raymarine C95 chartplotter, Raymarine ST60+ Tridata (depth, speed, temp), Raymarine ST60+ Wind and Close-hauled Wind Instrument with repeater in nav station, Raymarine RD418 Digital Radome (48nmile); Garmin 152H GPS with external antenna; Ritchie 6" compass; Icom 502 VHF radio with remote command mic in cockpit; ICOM IC-M710RT SSB opened to HAM frequencies; SCS PTC-II Pactor Modem (for Airmail/Sailmail text email anywhere); ClearSpeech Noise Filter on SSB; Amec Class B AIS (transponder and receiver); Vesper Marine SP160 AIS VHF antenna splitter; ACR EPRIB
Teak deck; Slotted aluminum toe rail; SS bow and stern rail; 33” SS stanchions with double lifelines forward of gates; removable SS tubes in place of upper lifelines aft of gates; SS and teak boarding ladder folds up onto starboard gate and has two steps in the water when extended; lightweight fiberglass dodger and bimini tops, connected with weatherproof vinyl center section; removable dodger windows; full mesh cockpit enclosure for shade, with snap-in clear vinyl covers for rain or cold protection (all weather cockpit) (new in 2016); custom cockpit cushions; teak table and drink holder in cockpit, folds against binnacle; custom SS arch and dinghy davits, with stern boarding ladder, dinghy engine hoist, and two 80W solar panels mounted on top; SS flagstaff with light-sensing LED auxiliary anchor light on top; SS and wood wheel; standard granny rails by mast customized to hold 4 scuba tanks; fiberglass dorades (4); Deck prisms (5) (new acrylic 2015); Lewmar hatches (5) (all acrylic and gaskets replaced 2014-2016 by Lewmar factory authorized shop); stainless opening ports with screens (13); mooring cleats (6), Lofrans Tigress electric anchor windlass with hand-held control; 73lb Rocna primary anchor with 300’ 3/8”BBB galvanized chain, 66lb Lewmar Claw secondary anchor with 100’ 3/8 BBB galvanized chain and 200’ rode; high pressure salt water wash-down pump in anchor well; split anchor locker below deck, forward of V-berth, with access door. Additional anchors: Bruce 44lb and Fortress FX37, 17lb Claw dinghy anchor with 20’chain.
Sails, Winches, Rigging
Deck stepped aluminum mast with added trysail track, extendable line-control whisker pole mounted on mast; SS standing rigging (all original rigging replaced in 1999); Harkin headsail roller furling; Hood roller furling staysail with boom, Insulated backstay for SSB antenna. Lewmar ST #48 genoa winches (2), Lewmar ST#40 roller furling winches (2), Lewmar ST #43 main halyard winch (1), Lewmar ST #40 main sheet and other line control winches (2), Lewmar ST#40 spinnaker halyard winch on mast, Lewmar ST#30 reefing line winch on mast; 6:1 Harkin mainsheet traveler on teak mount forward of dodger; Mainsail with two reef points (excellent), High footed 90% yankee headsail with sun cover (fair), Staysail with sun cover (good); Dutchman mainsail flaking system; Dutchman boom brake system; Stainless and wood boom gallows (wood replaced 2016); with the exception of reefing lines and spinnaker halyard, all lines lead to the cockpit. Additional sails: rainbow pattern light-weight drifter (fair); storm trysail (like new).
Double Raycor fuel filter with pressure gauge; PYI Max Prop VP feathering prop (three blades, pitch adjustable in water); Hella 12 volt fans (5); Caframo 12V fans (3); Vetus exhaust fans (3); Samsung 19” flat screen LED TV with WD converter box (can show movies from a hard drive on TV); Phillips DVD player; 12V Kenwood stereo/CD player/AM-FM radio with USB port for IPOD, two interior speakers and two cockpit speakers; 65cuft (2) and 80cuft (2) scuba tanks (hydro tested in 2015); Yamaha 15 HP 2-stroke Enduro outboard engine; Caribe Light 10’ RIB dinghy. Viking liferaft. MANY spare parts and repair and maintenance supplies. All silverware, dishes, glassware, kitchenware stay with boat.
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.