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Stunning Hull #1. A Robert Harris Design, this prestigious model was used at International Boat-shows by the manufacturer.
Vancouver Pilothouse carefully constructed enclosed pilothouse is comfortable and dominant in ALL WEATHER EVERYWHERE! plus TEAK Crown helm chair with lift worth 10k.
FULLY equipped with many features and newer upgrades.
- Transformer for European 200V power6'5" Headroom, tastefully upgraded with TEAK, NEW Furuno GPS, exterior helm w/ joy stick Bow thruster, NEW natural gas hoses regulator, Hotwater heater, NEW fluxgate compass, AIS system, 2018 winches serviced, 2018 Genoa hem seams resewn washed (N.Sails)
There are 3 electric bilge pumps inside.
Two with automatic float switches and one manual switched. The fully manual bilge pump is operated in the cockpit.
In the saloon there is a "high water" audible alarm warning box.
The aft head shower is fully stand-up and separate from the head by a bulkhead and shower curtain. Has a manual switched electric pump out.
Travel in comfort with 2 staterooms, 2 heads, mechanical workspace, full galley, 2,000 NM range.
Carefully maintained by a loving owner, "AWAYWEGO" has annual maintenance and systems testing performed.
Coast Guard Documented Vessel (USA).
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 7 in
LWL: 37 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 42000 lbs Full Load
Ballast: 10000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Engine Brand: yanmar
Year Built: 2001
Engine Model: 4jh3-htbe
Engine Hours: 4500
Auto prop (2014)
Navigation center- Raytheon 48 mile, 4kw radar plus c-map chartering system T10 target collision Avoidance system,
VHF- ICOM IC -M127 with 30 W hailer/fog horn booster 40WSpeco hailer/fog horn.
Autopilot- AP-4 with NAV INTERFACE.
Wind speed and direction
Radar- Raytheon RL80CRC 10.4" color LCD display.
Electric bilge pump (3)x12 V with strainers, float switch, light/sound alarm. Manual bilge pump Whale Gusher in cockpit.
Bow thruster: Vetus 8kgf, joy stick controls.
Microwave oven (1)Head/Shower manual toilet forward, (1) Raritan electric w/separate shower aft.
Refrigerator and Frezer: Gunert
Manual bilge pump
Hot water- 20 gallon. Fresh water- Hot/cold w/accumulator tank. 12V Sea water chests (2) Macerator pump Galley sinks holding discharge. 12V
Icom IC-m710 ssb transceiver w/ remote face, built in alarm signal generator, pivot mount Icom AT-130 SSB antenna tuner mounted, Pactorlll modem, email with lap top, 6cd changer 8" sub, Inverter Freedom 20-12 Heart, Link 2000 Inverter/charger, lightning prevention system, 8KW Panda generator Diesel 06', 2(115VAC) 212VDC power outlets.
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
HC-2A-2 auto pilot w/ remote, Raytheon st60 knotmeter/log, Raytheon st60 wind speed direction, Raytheon st60 depth sounder, Icom IC-M59B VHF radiow /flush mount kit, kvh electronic compass, Ritchie bulkhead navigator compass, 6 fenders 1 ball, SS manship deck hatch, 2 SS sea water chests, 2 chain counters, Teak cap rail, SS double bow and stern pulpits, SS stanchions w/double lifelines. SS boarding gates port/stbd/aft, SS cockpit drains, scuppers, x3 Dorade vents, 2 deck vents exhaust fan, tempered glass opening ports, Offshore anchor sprit w/double bow roller fittings,SS boarding ladder, Dynaplate ground plate,deck prisms, bosuns chair, Sun shades surround pilothouse, Main anchor: Simpson Lawrence#60 w/200ft HT galvanized chain, Bruce #66 galvanized 200ft chain 3/8" HT secondary anchor. fortress and Danforth anchor spares. Batteries:Engine/generator/ 1x12V AGM 2015 , bowthruster windlass 1x12VAGM200, house 2x12VAGM245.
Winches: Primary X(2) Lewmar, Lewmar electric main halyard X (1), Lewmar secondary, Lewmar on mast x (2), 10" locking handles x(4), Selden aluminum Boom Staysail, Selden boom vang, 304 SS standing rigging, insulated backstay X3 insulators, Selden backstay adjusters, Selden folding mast steps, Halyards X(4), Lewmar Genoa track cars X(2), Tri-sail track, deck steaming light, masthead anchor light, Selden mast collar, Selden whisker pole.
Electric windlass: Lighthouse 12V SS 3/8" chain.
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The Tayana Vancouver 42 was the result of a collaboration between the legendary Taiwanese yard Ta Yang and the equally well-known designer Robert Harris. She followed on the heels of the prolific Tayana 37 design by Bob Perry and was one of a series of “Vancouver” designs including 27 and 36 footers. Production started in 1979 and ostensibly continues to this day though it makes much more sense to look at the brokerage market. She has a canoe stern, solid teak joinery, and three different deck plans. This 42-footer is a practical, offshore cruiser on which to cut the dock lines and head for the horizon.
Ta Yang made their bones with the Perry designed 37, but Tayana 42 solidified their reputation for quality construction and fine teak interiors. Production started in 1979 and in total about 200 Vancouver 42 hulls have been built. The early Tayanas, from 1979 until 1985 while not overly prone, do have an association will gelcoat blistering. After 1985, the yard switched to an isophthalic gelcoat to resist blistering and, after 1992, laminated the hulls with vinylester resin. Though Ta Yang will make a new one if you want, they have not produced one in some years.
The deck configuration comes in three versions – pilothouse aft cockpit, regular aft cockpit, and a center cockpit. Of the 200 about 130 are aft cockpits while the other 70 are center cockpits. The center cockpit is more prized by cruisers for the separate stateroom down below. It is hard to generalize about the interior accommodations because, Ta Yang produced these on a semi-custom basis. Variations include three staterooms layouts, one head with a separate stall shower, two heads with combined sink-shower spaces, a centerline island queen aft, swivel chairs in the saloon, etc. Even the bulkhead positioning could vary. No matter the layout, across the board, the spruce vertical slatting and solid teak trim makes for an exceptionally fine interior.
Oddly for a serious offshore boat of this vintage, the Tayana 42 features a deck-stepped rig. At least when I think of a bluewater boat I think of a spar stepped on a massive I-beam tied between frames. Though I know there is no difference in safety between properly engineered deck and keel stepped spars. As well Harris’ unique diamond stay at the upper spreaders, supported by an aluminum arc, which some call the cowcatcher, eliminates the need for running backstays. Most have teak decks with all the benifits and pitfalls. The hull is of solid fiberglass. Early decks were cored with plywood while later ones are balsa. The 11,800 pound ballast is a single cast iron insert encapsulated in resin inside the fiberglass keel. These were not only overbuilt but also underpowered with 33hp Yanmars though most have been repowered with 4-cylinder Yanmars generally in the range of 44hp to 75hp.
With her fin keel the Tayana has a more modern underbody than many comparables and sails surprisingly well. She has a double spreader main and cutter rig for 1,000 square feet of canvas. Combined with her heavy displacement of near 30,000 pounds, she is a stout boat that can handle heavy weather, shake off 30 knot winds and make good progress. There is a pronounced sheer for a fair bit of freeboard up forward and a moderate overhang that makes especially the aft cockpit versions pretty dry.
The earliest models from 1979 to 1985 are more prone to gelcoat blistering though these days have probably been barrier coated. They may have a plywood cored deck that is less resilient to water saturation. The teak decks are worthwhile to take a close look at. On a few examples fuel and water tankage is of black iron (most have stainless steel water tanks and black iron for fuel), these tanks and more susceptible to rust. Shoddy stainless steel is possible on Taiwanese boats of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s.
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» Kretschmer, John. “Tayana 42.” Used Boat Notebook. Pages 198 – 203.
» Rohde, Bill. “Vancouver 42: A Stately Passagemaker.” Crusing World. March 19, 2009.
» TOG News. The Tayana Owner’s Forum.