TAYANA 37
Winter 2015: Esperanza is not currently for sale and is in the yard for maintenance. If you want me to let you know if she goes up for sale again
Contact:
info@tayana37.net

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General
Reference no.: T37
Status: Not for sale
Registration: USCG
Year of construction:1985
Flag/registration: USA
Location: NJ, USA
Builder: Ta Yang Yacht Company
Built in: Taiwan
Hull number: 451
Designer: Robert Perry
Dimensions: LOA: 36'-8" LWL: 31'-0" Beam: 11'-6" Draft: 5'-8"
Hull construction: GRP
Displacement: 22,500lbs
Hull form: Round Bilged
Construction deck: GRP painted non-skid (no teak decks except cockpit)
Superstructure: GRP
Keel type: Full keel with cut away fore foot

Engine
                    Details Yacht Specification
Engines: 1 x Perkins 4-108M
Power: 1 x 50 HP
Engine type: Shaft drive
Engine year: 1985
Controls: Mechanical
Hours: 2396
Fuel tank: Stainless steel located above keel
Capacity: 90 gallons
Alternator: 120 amp, separate 3-stage charger & Balmar TSP
Gearbox: Hurth
Auto extinguisher: Fireboy FE241 (2007)
Filters: Dual Racor 500 drag pointer vacuum gauges
Fuel Polisher: Racor with vacuum gauge (2006)
Shaft: Bronze 1-1/4" (1997), repacked with 1/4" graphtex (2014)
Spare shaft: Unused bronze (1997)
Prop: Fixed 3-blade

Sail and Rig details Sailing Yacht
Rig type: Cutter
General condition: Good
Masts: 1 x Aluminium
Rigging: Standing replaced 2013
Winches: Barient self tailing
Dodger: Yes (re-stiched 2014)
Mast: Keel stepped aluminum
Boom: Aluminium with outhaul winch
Main sails: Fully battened, captive foot, 3-reef Doyle (2006)
Sail track: Tides Strong track
Traveller: Garhauer
Blocks: Garhauer stainless steel (2009)
Cruising chute: Yes with sock lightly used
Running backstays: Yes
Yankee: Doyle with over top leech line (2007)
Furling: Profurl P40 furling system (rebuilt 2013)
Cutter sails: Loose foot, hanked
Stormsail
Rig comments:
Hayn open body chromed turnbuckles (2006). Chainplates replaced (2006 & 2010). Hayn Hi-Mod (2013). Bobstay tang new (2013). Mast rewired and awlgrip system (2013)


Exterior details Sailing Yachts
Aft cockpit
Cockpit cushions
Pedestal steering, wooden wheel with S/S rim
Davits: Yes S/S
Spreaderlights: Yes (LED 2013)
Tricolor: LED (2010)
110V: 2*30 amp sockets
House: 110V GFI on both 30amp circuits
Anchor light: LED (2010)
Self steering: Monitor
Emergency rudder: Monitor MRUD
Crane: Garhauer stainless steel outboard lift
Self draining: Propane locker with 2* 20lb tanks, ABYC gauge and solenoid
Hull: Awlgrip in excellent condition (2002)
Zincs: 3lb shaft, 2*5lb rudder
Anchor: 2 x
Comments: 45# CQR, Danforth
Anchor winch: Vetus manual
Comments: 290' 5/16" HT chain (2006), 300'*1" 3-strand nylon (2013) + 60' 1/4 chain, 200' 1/2" 3-strand

Interior details Sailing Yachts
Wood: Varnished teak light finish
V-berth cabin: Double with custom spring matress
Guest Cabin: Double port aft with separate door, custom spring mattress
Hot water: Electric 6-gallon with engine heat exchanger (2007)
Shower: Yes, separate from head with 15 gal. gray water tank
Deck head: GRP panels with white gelcoat and insulation (2011)
Saloon: Teak table with double leaves
Additional bunks: 2* double/single bunks with lee cloths
Water tanks: 2*Stainless steel
Capacity: 150 gallons total
Holding tank: 30 gallons GRP
Fuel tank foward: No
Lighting: Sensibulb LED
Screens: All hatches & ports with factory fitted bug screens
Heat: Dickinson Newport diesel heater with circulation fan (2005)
Cooker: Propane
Comments: 3 burners
Oven: Gimballed with broiler
Comments: 110V Microwave
Refrigerator: 12V Frigobar evaporator

Navigation instruments and equipment Sailing
                    Yachts
Depth sounder: Yes
VHF: Icom 504 DSC and cockpit mounted Command III microphone, (2006)
SSB: Icom 718 with Icom AT140 autotuner and insulated back stay
Auto pilot: Autohelm 3000
WIFI: mast mounted hi-gain antenna with Ubiquiti M2 Titanium
Radar & Plotter: Raymarine RC70 Plus color, C-70 with Nav Pod Power Pods, Raymarine RC80, 2KW mast mount radome (2013)
GPS: Garmin GPS 17X
Compass: Danforth Constellation 6"
Propane Detector: Fireboy S-2A 2 channel (2005)
Engine instruments: VDO tach, Perkins water temp, VDO hour, oil pressure, water temp alarm, low oil pressure alarm
Battery monitor: Link 10 digtal volt/amp/amp hr usage
Stereo: Clarion marine radio/CD/Sirius satellite
Battery charger: 110V Xantrex 40 amp dual battery (2015)
Batteries House: 6V deep cycle 450Ah House (2010), Battery Start: 12V (2010)
Galvanic isolator: Yes
Auto combiner: Westmarine
DC System: 12V DC rewired (2012)
Solar: Kyocera 140W + Blue Sky MPPT charge controller
Other equipment:
Jabsco 34600 bilge pump, 2006; Hendersen MKIV hand bilge pump, 2011; Par Max-3 pressurized fresh water system with Groco pneumatic expansion tank; Jabsco 1" belt driven gray water pump

Safety
                    Equipment Sailing Yachts
Life jackets: Yes
EPIRB:  ACR 406 MHz GPS
Emergency tiller: Yes
Fully safety equipment: flares (2014), Lifesling II (2010), throw rescue bag, ship's bell, MOB flag with horseshoe, auto strobe, emergency ladder(2010), emergency rudder, extingushers, lifelines (2011)

General Yacht Description
Comfortable sailing yacht and/or liveaborad designed by the famous Robert Perry. She does not have, and has never had, teak decks and there are no iron tanks aboard -- all tanks are stainless or GRP. The chain plates have been oversized, replaced and any water damaged knees have been rebuilt. The mast is aluminium and keel stepped. Warm and comfortable in the winter using the cozy Dickenson diesel heater, the white decks and insulated deck head make her cool in the summer. An aft cabin with closing door, locker, two portholes and a deck prism is a wonderful addition that provides privacy when two couples are aboard. The varnish work below decks is light and in excellent condition and, when combined with the white overhead panels divided by varnished teak battens, provides for a warm and open feeling down below. The drinking water in both tanks is fresh and the contents rotated regularly. The diesel tanks are polished regularly using a permanently installed sytem with a pickup at the the very bottom of the single 90 gallon tank. This yacht is very well maintained,  regularly used, equipped and ready to cruise both south and north. She will demand regular attention but in return will look after you at sea, will turn heads at the dock and receive unsolicited compliments wherever you go.

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