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Marotta Yachts of Sausalito
|Tax Status||Tax Not Applicable|
|LOA||36 ft 8 in|
|Length at Water Line||31 ft|
|Beam||11 ft 6 in|
|Max Draft||5 ft 8 in|
Practical Sailor notes that the Tayana 37 is "one of the most successful of the Taiwan built boats. Her shapely Baltic stern, plank seams molded into the glass hull and lavish use of teak above and below deck have come to epitomize the image that immediately comes to mind when Taiwanese boats are mentioned, Good Old Boat magazine goes on to say that the Tayana 37 is “saucy, comfy, and efficient, as well as the perfect passagemaker". Justifiably, this Robert Perry-designed classic has proven very popular amongst the cruising set, and with over 800 built since 1975 Tayana 37s are seen literally all around the world.
This particular example has always been home ported in CA. While built in 1977, Fidelia wasn't sailed until 1984 and today shows very nicely. The exterior canvas and brightwork is in good shape, the Perkins 4-108 diesel runs like a top and the interior shows well, plus recent mainsail and staysail, new charger and batteries, hauled and bottom painted November 2015. She's a must see for anyone in the market for a bluewater-capable classic at a competitive price.
She's lying in a Sausalito Yacht Harbor slip that might be transferable, this is a material benefit if able to take advantage, there's a long wait to get into this marina at present.
Fidelia is one of the most competitively priced Tayana 37s on the market; this in no way reflects the condition of the vessel (she's well above standard) but only the owner's desire to move on to other projects.
Accommodations and Layout
Very large double berth forward with hanging locker forward, full head with stall shower slightly aft to port with hanging locker across. Aft to salon with L-shaped settee with drop leaf dinette port, straight settee opposite, cushions recovered in tasteful dark green velour, traditional buterfly hatch above. Far aft port is galley, centerline companionway with nav table and quarter berth starboard.
Note the Tayana 37 is very spacious down below with 6'5 headroom and beam carried almost entire length of the vessel. Also note interior is finely fitted out in lovely solid teak; while the Tayana 37s are still being built, they now have far less teak because of the prohibitive cost (both material AND labor) entailed in doing fine joinerwork.
Galley and Head
Large, well insulated ice box with Norcold two plate cooling system driven by either 12V or 110V, stainless steel gimballed three burner propane stove with oven, hot/cold pressure water (15 gal. hot water heater, engine or 110V fired), bronze manual backup pump for fresh water tanks and foot operated salt water pump, deep stainless steel sinks.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Cybernet VHF radio, Morro depth sounder, Signet speed/distance indicator (not installed), magnetic compass. Cybernet AM/FM/cassette player.
110V AC / 12V DC. 30 amp shorepower service, one deep cycle 8D house battery, one deep cycle 4D starting battery and one deep cycle Group 27 battery dedicated to the refrigerator, Professional Mariner automatic battery charger and inverter, batteries all replaced 2010 as was the charger and inverter.
Sails and Rigging
Keel stepped spruce mast. Full batten North Sails mainsail and staysail, sails both new in 2010. Upgraded standing rigging to 3/8" stainless steel wire.
Deck and Hull
Heavily laid up full keel canoe sterned cutter. Hand laid solid FRP hull, balsa cored decks with teak overlay and keel hung rudder with aperture, boat last hauled and bottom painted lated 2010. #45 CQR anchor, #35 CQR and #20 Danforth, dual bow rollers, Nilson two speed manual windlass, ample line and 3/8" chain rode. Substantial cockpit dodger with recent canvas, recent sail covers.
Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details
Fresh water cooled naturaly aspirated Perkins 4-108 diesel, totally rebuilt in the mid-1990s; rebuild included new crank, rods, pistons, valves and seals. Heat exchanger rebuilt in 2011 and envine serviced at same time.
Three bladed bronze prop with 1 1/4" stainless steel shaft. Electric and manual bilge pumps, all through hulls replaced with new bronze units ones in 2010.
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.
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