71′ 1991 TAYANA 65 – SOLD

Priced to Sell Quickly!

Hither & Yon

Designed for luxury performance cruising, Tayanas are strong, fast and comfortable, and have long been included in the list of the world’s top offshore sailboats.

Hither & Yon is a lot of boat! Her comfortable layout below decks make an ideal liveaboard for a family and the protected center cockpit keeps the crew safe from big seas. She has the potential be a really amazing boat with some attention and updates needed.

A recent survey valued the boat at $365,000! Seller wishes to move the boat quickly and will respectfully consider all offers.

Currently on land at Jabins Yacht Yard in Annapolis.

Vessel Details

Accommodations
Through the companionway is the spacious main salon with an L-shaped dinette to port and an L-shaped settee and navigation center to starboard. Warm, traditional teak joinery is everywhere. Large wrap-around windows keep the living spaces bright, and the exceptional headroom will make any tall sailor smile. The oversize navigation area has all the equipment needed to safely navigate away from the helm and plenty of space to double as your office away from home.

Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout, including a teak & holly cabin sole; Interior teak handrails; Teak fiddles and trim on counters & tables; Solid teak doors & frames; Teak chart & dinette table tops
Dining area with table and seating for up to 8
Bar and entertainment area
Custom upholstery on dinette and settee (2017)
Custom headliner and light fixtures (2017)
Marincold air conditioning/heating system throughout
Forward of the main salon is the guest suite featuring a double cabin to port with ensuite shower room, a third stateroom to starboard with stacked bunks and a full ensuite head, and a single crew cabin forward with its own head and sink.

New Vacu-Flush toilet in starboard guest head (2017)
Sanitation hoses replaced on both guest and crew heads (2017)
Both cabins have generous storage in hanging lockers and drawers
Aft is the master cabin, equipped with a large queen berth on centerline, a private head w/ separate shower stall, a hanging locker, and plenty of storage space. Several opening ports provide exceptional light and ventilation.

Settee to starboard
Vanity/desk to port
Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout
New Vacu-Flush toilet (2017)
Sanitation hoses replaced (2017)
Hither & Yon has a spacious and well equipped galley that any chef would be excited about. Corian counter tops provide plenty of work space and numerous teak upper & lower cabinets offer generous storage for all of your gadgets and provisions.

Seafrost 24V DC refrigeration system (2011)
Large freezer (10 cubic feet) (2011)
Microwave
Force 10 – 4 burner propane stove with oven & grill
Twin s/s sinks

Hull and Deck
On deck, wide teak side decks and strategically placed grab rails provide a secure feeling underway and ease of movement from bow to stern. Powered sail handling allows for easy maneuverability and all lines are lead back to the safety of the cockpit. The high center cockpit is comfortable and dry, and provides excellent visibility to what lies ahead.

The hull and decks were examined in 2019 and found to be dry and structurally solid. No cracking or separation found in stingers, stem or deck/hull joint
Hand-laminated fiberglass hull with mat and woven rovings, isophthalic resins, and an isophthalic gelcoat on all exterior fiberglass surfaces. A matrix of foam-cored stringers in the lower hull provide maximum hull stiffness
Skeg-mounted rudder, with internal stainless steel rudder post and integral stainless steel reinforcement provides for good tracking and control response. Rudder found to be securely attached, dry with no abnormal movement
Teak decks over fiberglass. Fair condition with a few bungs missing. A percussion hammer was used to sound the decks and no delamination found
Three blade Max Prop (rebuilt by PYI 2016 and has less than 25 hours on it)
Size 2000 Sleipner Bow Thruster
Sail locker forward with watertight bulkhead
Large lazarette aft
Whitlock wheel steering with hydraulic ram assist rudder pump on board
Hull and topsides Imron (2013)
Bottom painted (2016)
Saltwater deck washdown system
150 lb Rocna anchor w/ 300′ of 1/2″ chain
Lewmar 3000 hydraulic anchor windlass (reconditioned 2011)

Sails and Rigging
Cutter Rigged, currently sloop rigged.  Harken electric furler for head sail is not operational and needs to be reconditioned or replaced
S/S standing rigging with Norseman rigging terminals.  Inspected in 2019 and found to be in good condition and well secured
Keel stepped mast
Rondal mechanical boom vang
Lewmar Commander IV hydraulic system for mainsail / genoa
Harken Electric furler for staysail (needs to be reconditioned or replaced)
Mast mounted spinnaker pole
Hydraulic backstay adjuster and boom vang
Mainsail (2011)
Genoa (2011)
Staysail (2011)
Spinnaker
New Sunbrella UV on Mainsail & Genoa (2018)
Inspected, Cleaned, Restitched by Quantum Sails (2017)
(2) Lewmar 66 hydraulic ST primaries
(2) Lewmar 56 ST (in cockpit)
(2) Anderson 46 ST (in cockpit)
(2) Anderson 46 ST (Mainsheet)
(2) Lewmar 40ST (on aft deck)
Lewmar 52 hydraulic ST (on fwd deck)
Lewmar 46 ST at mast
Lewmar 43 ST at mast

Electrical
12 VDC & 24 VDC systems powered by 11 batteries.  Note batteries are at the end of their life span and will need to be replaced.
(6) batteries in house bank – size 8D – 2011
(2) batteries for bow thruster – size 4D – 2011
(2) batteries for engine start – size 4D – 2011
battery for genset start – 2011
Balmar alternator 24V – 135 AMP (spare alternator included)
Newmar battery chargers
Master Volt Transformer 110V – 220 V
Newmar converter/inverter – 24V – 12V
220V and 110V systems and outlets
110V system thru transformer and stepped up to 220V 60 cycles
The vessel was originally outfitted with 50 amp 230 volt systems for European
requirements. It has been altered to accommodate US systems by using a
transformer, inverter and other sources.  Will work uninterrupted on US 50amp shore power

Plumbing and Tankage
Fuel capacity approx. 500 gallons – two fiberglass tanks to port & stbd
Fuel tanks polished 2013
Starboard fuel tank repaired & lines replaced 2017.  Inspected in 2019 and found no leaking from either tank
New filler hose 2017
Water capacity approx. 500 gallons – four tanks under salon floor
New Stainless Steel water tanks installed 2004
Village Marine 26GPH watermaker (not in service)
Holding tanks capacity approx 100 gallons
New Sanitation hoses and Y-valves to all 3 heads (2017)
Master & Fwd head replaced with Vacu-Flush electrical heads (2017)
Crew head is manual
Hart tank meters
Groco hot and cold pressure fresh water system
Raritan 12 gallon water heater
Raw water sea chest manifold was removed; valves inspected, tested & rebuilt as needed (raw water intake system for genset, watermaker, etc)
Transom H & C fresh water shower on swim platform
(2) Par automatic bilge pumps (2013)
Jabsco manual bilge pump
(2) Rule automatic sump pumps

Electronics
At Helm:

Raymarine Evolution autopilot Proved
Raymarine ST 60 speed, wind, depth
Raymarine C90 Plotter
Raymarine AIS – send / receive (2013)
ICOM IC M304 VHF
At inside Nav Station:

Garmin 310 Plotter
Raymarine ST 60 Graphic display
Navtex NX 300 N/P
Icom IC100 VHF
Icom IC 802 SSB N/PDanforth Constellation compass
BadBoy wifi range extender (2012)
All manuals organized in binders for easy & complete reference

Mechanical
Caterpillar 3208, 210 HP (original engine, est. 3700 hours).
Stuffing box was repacked with new high tech GTU Gore Shaft Packing in 2016. There is also onboard enough to do the entire packing again when needed.
Propeller shaft in good condition; no play found in cutlass bearing at sea trial in April 2019
AquaDrive thrust bearing mounted on propeller shaft
3 blade feathering MaxProp
Northern Lights M584 25 KW generator (rebuilt 2009 – 5856 hours on original hour meter which was not replaced at time of rebuild)

Additional Items
Avon 10 person liferaft (Last inspected 2011; needs re-certification)
Caribe 12′ dinghy (2011)
15HP Johnson outboard (2012)
Electric Dinghy Davits (2012)
Dodger, Bimini, Sun shades
Cockpit cushions
Docklines, fenders, boathook
Magma grill (2017)
Reverso oil change system – main engine and generator
LED lighting throughout
Numerous spares for most systems
Spare watermaker membranes
New aluminum propane tank (2017)

Additional Information
Hither & Yon was purchased by her current owners in 2016 with plans for bluewater cruising and a potential circumnavigation.  Unfortunately, soon after she was purchased, their plans unexpectedly changed and her owners put her on the hard with those dreams unfulfilled.  They did some thoughtful updates during their short time onboard, but were not able to get to some of the mechanical systems that needed updating.

This boat is solid built, structurally sound, beautiful inside and has a lot going for it.  She needs new owners who can put some sweat equity into restoring her to her full potential again.  A survey and sea trial report from April 2019 found the boat to be in Average Condition with a fair market value of $368,000.  She is priced to sell to account for the updates that need to be done.  Survey available upon request.

Disclaimer
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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Year: 1990
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LOA: 71′ 0″
Vessel Beam: 18′ 0″
Vessel Draft: 8′ 0″
Engine Type: 210 HP Caterpillar 3208
Fuel Type: Diesel
Ballast: 30000 lbs.
Displacement: 74000 lbs.
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Cabins: 4
Heads: 3
Location: Annapolis, MD

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