The Tayana line of open ocean cruisers have been rated one of the worlds ten best blue water cruising vessels. This Robert Harris design is hull #172 of this model line.
Cutter rigged with a center cockpit and fin keel with skeg hung rudder. Maxi-Prop
All rigging replaced in 2006, plus recent newer mainsail, dodger and bimini, Adler Barbor refrigerator and water heater.
Beautiful solid teak interior. Custom ordered without teak decks.
One owner since new
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David Motherwell 1-360-853-6402
The Tayana Vancouver 42 combines robust construction and traditional double-ended styling with a contemporary underwater profile. The modified fin keel and skeg-hung rudder provide an easily-driven and seakindly hull. With almost 200 hulls built to date, the Tayana 42 has established itself as a serious and proper offshore yacht. A long waterline and generous beam provide ample storage, making the Tayana 42 an excellent choice for long-term cruising. The Trunk Cabin version of the 42 is designed to satisfy those who prefer the more traditional look. The low cabin enhances the yacht's graceful aura of power and speed. The center cockpit interior has been done in various layouts since 1978 and provides aft cabin privacy and excellent storage for the serious offshore cruiser. All Tayana yachts are built to order on a semi-custom basis. Tayana specializes in the ability to modify interiors to meet the needs of the liveaboard sailor.
Tayana Vancouver 42 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull - Hand-laid FRP huff, white, with blue cove stripe & boot top Deck - Hardware - Hand-laid FRP, cored deck - Molded non-skid - Teak cockpit seats and cockpit grating - FRP Cockpit coaming with teak cap - Aluminum hatches - Lexan windows with S-S frames - Teak exterior handrails - S-S Bollard forward - Double anchor sprit with rollers - Chain locker & one deck pipe - Anchor well in foredeck - S-S Stanchions w- vinyl covered double life lines w- gates P & S - S-S Bow pulpit - S-S Stern pulpit - Aluminum toe rail with hawse holes and mooring cleats - S-S Opening ports - Dorade vents, five - FRP Seahood - Propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks vented overboard - Lazarette hatch - Two coaming lockers - Aluminum mainsheet traveler w- roller car - S-S Staysail traveler - S-S Genoa tracks with cars - Winches, Barient - Two 24ST jib sheet - Two 22ST secondary - One 17ST main halyard - One 17ST jib halyard - One 17ST staysail halyard - One 17ST reefing - Mast safety bars - Anchor windlass, two-speed - Lexan sliding companionway hatch - Teak louvered companionway doors Engine - Machinery - Diesel engine, Yanmar 4JBE-44 freshwater cooled, 44 hp - Engine cooling water intake strainer - Dripless shaft gland - Bronze three-blade propeller - FRP Drip pan - Engine room blower Steering - Pedestal steering w- bronze base & fittings - Destroyer type steering wheel, S-S - Teak emergency tiller - S-S Rudder shaft Spars - Rigging - Aluminum mast and boom - mast w- electrical conduits - Standing rigging 5-16" & 3-8" S-S with swaged terminals - Staysail boom & fittings - Schaefer or equiv. blocks for running rigging - Running rigging of low stretch Dacron braid Sails - Mainsail, 8 oz. Dacron w- 2 reef points - Jib, 6 oz. Dacron - Staysail, 6 oz. Dacron - Sail bags for all sails - Sail covers for all sails (blue) Interior - Teak and spruce joinery & cabinetry throughout - Teak & holly cabin sole - Hull insulation in all lockers - White plastic laminate counter in head & galley, simulated wood grain, plastic laminate desk & table top - Teak framed mirror in head - Interior teak handrails - V-Berth filler if applicable - Vinyl cushion covers - Ice chest has 4" PVC foam & S-S liner - Interior polyurethane varnish, satin - Stove alcove S-S lined - Easily removable head liner - Ceiling on all exposed hull areas - Teak fiddles & teak trim on counters & tables - Four inch interior foam cushions w- vinyl covering - Solid teak doors & frames Electrical - Two 120 AH 12 volt batteries & FRP boxes - Eight 12 volt cabin lights overhead & two reading lights - 12 Volt electrical system w- 3-way switch, electric panel w- breakers, voltmeter, ammeter - 110 Volt electrical system w- 30 amp shorepower plug, electric panel w- breakers, voltmeter, ammeter, 110 volt outlets throughout the yacht - International running lights - 110 Volt deck floodlight - 110 Volt anchor light Plumbing - Two 60 gallon mild steel fuel tanks - Two 70 gallon S-S water tanks - One 30 gallon holding tank - One 10 gallon hot water heater, 110 volt & engine heated - Manual marine head - Hot and cold pressure water system - One high-capacity manual bilge pump - One PAR heavy duty electric bilge pump - Bilge pump strainers - Seacocks on all through-hulls Tayana Vancouver 42 Optional Equipment Hull - Hull colors other than white - Cove stripe and boot top other than blue - Stainless steel striker on rub rail - Shoal draft with lead ballast (5'4") - International epoxy and Micron bottom paint - Non-skid color other than white Deck - Hardware - Stainless steel pedestal guard - Cockpit table - Teak main decks - Teak seahood - Teak boarding ladder - Teak boom gallows with stainless steel legs - Cockpit cushions, unicellular, 2" vinyl covered - Teak cabintop - Teak sliding hatch on companionway Steering - Destroyer wheel with teak rim - Stainless steel pedestal guard Spars - Rigging - Insulated backstay - Double headstay Sails - Genoa, 135% - Storm trysail - Storm jib - Cruising spinnaker, 3-4 oz. nylon - Roller furling sail in lieu of standard sail - Roller reefing jibs and genoa with foam luff - Sailcovers in lieu of standard blue (US made) Interior - Screens for ports and hatches - Extra head in aft cockpit - Teak hanging cabinet in galley - Medicine cabinet in head - Dust collector - Contoured cushions - Velvet cushion covers in lieu of vinyl - Interior electric fans installed each - Custom designed and built accommodation plan - Force 10 propane stove, three-burner, oven w- broiler, remote shutoff (w-o tank) - Teak staving in lieu of spruce: trunk cabin, aft cockpit, master stateroom, center cockpit - Stainless steel lined chain locker - Six inch foam in lieu of four inch on berths - Marble countertops in head - Red courtesy lights Electrical - Extra 120 amp hour battery w- FRP box - Newmar electric panel in lieu of standard Plumbing - Fresh and salt water hand pumps in galley - Fresh or salt water hand pump in head - Deck washdown, salt water with electric pump - Hi-Boy toilet in lieu of standard - Cockpit shower, freshwater, hot and cold