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1987 Tayana Cutter
| Many recent upgrades, loaded with equipment and ready to cruise. |
Email for details and specifications. 1987 Tayana Cutter $105,000.00 Charleston, SC
Builder: TaYang Designer: Robert Perry
LOA 36’-8” Beam 11’-6”
LWL 31’-0” Displacement 22,500 lbs
Yanmar 44 hp 4JHE Fresh water cooled diesel 2560 hrs.
New Racor fuel filter, with vacuum gage, backup electric fuel pump and new fuel tanks.
Starboard side stern to bow
Quarter birth, chart table with storage, settee with storage drawers under and behind, hanging locker and set of drawers.
Port side stern to bow
Galley, Overhead cabinet, “U” shaped settee with dinette, propane cabin heater, head with separate shower.
V-birth with filler, hanging locker, storage cabinets.
“Mermaid” 120v, 16,000 btu reverse cycle heat pump ducted to main cabin, head and V-birth. (2002)
Deep double SS sink with pressure water, 3 burner “Shipmate” propane stove with oven, propane sensor, Crosby 120v holding plate refrigerator and freezer. (plates can be charged either at dockside or underway utilizing inverter)
Cabinet and counter with SS sink, pressure water system, Groco type “K” head (2004), separate shower with sump and pump.
Magellan NAV 6510 GPS Chart plotter
Furuno Model 1800 Radar
Icom M402 VHF radio with cockpit remote (2004)
Simrad autopilot with remote at chart table.
Micrologic Loran (still works)
Signet speed, log and depth instruments
Tape deck/am/fm radio with two cabin speakers and two new cockpit speakers.
12v and 120 v electrical systems
(1) 8D 245 amp hour AGM house battery (2004)
(1) group 27 AGM starting battery (2004)
100 amp Balmar alternator and regulator
Xantrex Freedom Marine 20 Inverter / Charger (2004) with remote panel.
35 # CQR anchor with 25’ chain and nylon rode
Manual Anchor Windlass
Custom teak boarding ladder and snack table that attaches to the steering pedestal.
Teak butterfly hatch / skylite over main cabin.
Profurl roller furling and Barlow winches.
Docking lines and three fenders
Avon inflatable rated for 15 hp.
Outboard not included.
New canvas installed 2003.
Dodger, bimini, sail covers and hatch covers.
Hull painted dark blue in 2003.
The boat came equipped with a heavy black iron 90 gal fuel tank that was installed under the V-birth in the bow.
The boat was built around the tank.
The weight of the tank filled with fuel was about 900 lbs.
This weight along with the anchors etc. causes Tayanas to float down in the bow when the tank is full.
An inherent problems with Tayanas is that these tanks eventually have to be replaced.
The tank was replaced in 2003 because a seam began leaking.
The original tank was replaced with two marine grade aluminum tanks.
The bow tank holds about 65 gal and the stern tank holds about 25 gal.
The tanks are piped together such that the stern tank drains into the bow tank.
With 90 gal of fuel aboard, the boat is now much better balanced.