A classic Bob Perry canoe sterned, full keel, bowsprit cutter design. This rare and hard to find classic has the benefit of NO TEAK DECKS!!! The cockpit is teak planked. All spars are wood with the mast being deck-stepped. The hull is white fiberglass, there are (11) opening ports for superior ventilation. All opening ports and hatches have screens.
The interior plan of this Tayana 37 sleeps five, but she has been designed as a rather lavish cruising suite for two, with occasional guests.
Starting forward is the owner’s stateroom with a large V-berth in a functional, comfortable cabin that is unusually spacious. The custom made, foam mattress with memory foam topper is exceptionally comfortable.
Next aft to port is the large, enclosed head with vanity with Formica counter top with storage under, a stainless steel sink and a proper offshore head, as well as a teak shower grate and seat.
The entire forward cabin can be closed off by the head door for complete privacy.
It is easy to understand the attraction of the Tayana 37 for use as a liveaboard when you look at her main salon, which is well lit and airy with a spacious, light ambiance. To port is a large L-shaped settee with deep comfortable cushions which makes into a double sleeping berth. Opposite to starboard, a single settee pulls out for a double berth. With the lee cloth deployed, the single settee makes a great pilot berth.
The galley, located to port of the companionway, is a fine U-shaped galley of a size more commonly associated with a 45 boat, with deep double stainless steel sinks with hot/cold pressure water on center line for better drainage. A three burner, stainless steel propane stove with oven and broiler, plus a 12V refrigeration system in a large top loading icebox.
Cruisair Air Conditioner (Installed 2012)
Jabsco Compact Manual Toilet (Installed 2017)
Jabsco Freshwater Pump (Replaced 2016)
(4) Catramo 3-Speed Bora Fans (New in 2016)
XINTEX Propane Fume Detector (New in 2015)
WAECO Adler/Barbour Refrigerator (New in 2007)
Seaward Water Heater, 11 gal (New in 2016)
Alpenglow Lights (13) (New in 2010)
Tasco Stove, 3-Burner Propane
Propane Shutoff Valve
Cabin, V-berth and Quarterberth Cushions (New in 2013)
ACR 406 Radio Beacon
Hummingbird Fishfinder/Depth Finder (Installed 2008)
ICOM AT-130 Radio Tuner
ICOM IC-M710 HF Marine Transceiver
Standard Horizon Matrix GX2000 Radio (Installed in 2016)
DUAL MXD55 AM/FM Radio with Exterior Speakers (New in 2007)
Windex Wind Indicator
Bimini with Connectors, Sunbrella & 90% Mesh (New in 2012)
Dodger, Folds Forward with Windshield Cover (New in 2012)
Weathercloths, Sunbrella & 70% Mesh (New in 2013)
Cockpit Cushions, Closed Cell foam (New in 2012)
(2) Cockpit Seats, Closed Cell Foam (New in 2012)
Cockpit Screens, Sunbrella & 70% Mesh (New in 2013)
Storage Bags on Rails (7)
Companionway Drop-In Boards, Wood & Plexiglass
(11) Opening Ports
Closures on All Ports (New in 2009)
Plow Anchor with Chain & Rode, 44 lbs.
CQR Anchor with Chain & Rode, 45 lbs.
(2) Dinghy Anchors with Rode
Tigress Lofrans Windlass
Stainless Steel Life Rails All Around (Installed in 2009)
Bosun?s Chair & Lifting Tackle
Propane Tank in Locker
Bottom Painted (April 2017)
All New Banks Sails (New in 2011)
Mainsail, 8.5 oz, Triple Reefs
Jib, 8.5 oz, 95%
Staysail, 8.5 oz.
Profurl on Forestay
Profurl on Staysail Stay (New in 2013)
Older Jib, 75%
Older Genoa, 120%
Older Asymmetrical Spinnaker
Bimini with Connectors, Sunbrella 90% mesh (new 2012)
Dodger, folds forward with windshield cover (new 2012)
Tides Marine Strong Track System on Mast (Installed 2011)
Main and Jib Halyards (Replaced in May 2017)
Winch Handles (4)
(2) Winches, Lewmar #43 Self-Tailing (Installed in 2010)
(3) Winches, Lewmar #40 Self-Tailing (New in 2009)
(4) Other Winches
Rope Clutches on Mast, Boom & in Cockpit
(6) Batteries 6 Volt (New in 2014)
ProSport Battery Charger 20 Plus (Installed 2016)
Blue Sea Electrical Panels, 12/120V (Installed in 2013)
Marinco Power Cords 50 (New in 2016)
35 HP Isuzu Pisces 3-Cylinder Diesel Engine (3172 hrs. on Original Hour Meter)