Neff Yacht Sales / Used 36 foot TAYANA 37 Cruising Sailboat - Strider

TAYANA 37

Strider

1987 • 36' (11.18 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$63,500 USD

Recent price reduction!

Ready to cruise!

This boat has served as home for marine professionals and so has had excellent care and many upgrades in recent years. It is well equipped for long range cruising. Located in SE Georgia, it is in an excellent location to begin your cruise south. This vessel does not have and has never had teak decks. This is a well equipped cruising sailboat, well cared for, located for easy access to the Bahamas and points south, and priced to sell!

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Vessel Information

Builder: TAYANA
Model: 37
Model Year: 1987
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 36' (11.18 m)
Beam Feet: 11' (3.53 m)
Draft Feet: 5' (1.73 m)
Engine Info: 30 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar

Location: Saint Marys, Georgia United States
City: Saint Marys
Country: United States

Overview

Deck / mechanical equipment

  • Full engine rebuilt 2008, 1609 hours since rebuilt
  • Full engine service May 2015
  • Stainless steel dinghy davits
  • Dinghy engine mount
  • Dinghy engine lifting hoist
  • 3 20 gal propane tanks in cockpit lockers
  • Zodiac 4 person life raft- on deck valise
  • 50ft 30amp shore power cord
  • Shore power inlet quick release
  • No drip stuffing box
  • Automatic bilge pump sensor
  • Engine room blower (new 2015)
  • TV antenna and external cable TV connection
  • WiFi antenna
  • 12 volt mega-watt spotlight
  • mast mounted deck light
  • Windex
  • Fenders and dock lines

Canvas

  • Dodger
  • Bimini
  • Full cockpit enclosure
  • cockpit cushions closed cell foam / Textilene cover

Ground tackle

  • chain locker with access from V-Berth
  • chain locker divided into two sections with hawse pipes on deck
  • 150' 5/16 chain
  • 100' line rode with 40' chain
  • two 32# Delta anchors on rollers at bow
  • one 12# Fortress anchor in cockpit locker
  • Maxwell Electric anchor windlass with separate battery
  • Salt water washdown w/electric pump at bow

Electronics / Navigation

  • Garmin GHC-10 Autopilot (new 2012)
  • Garmin GOSMAO 4012 GPS color chart plotter with radar on 10 inch at helm (new 2012)
  • Garmin GMI-10 multi-function, wind A/W/WS, depth, speed at helm.
  • All instruments are interfaced
  • Icom M 412 VHF at helm and at nav station (new 2012)
  • Icom SSB at nav station
  • Ritchie compass at helm
  • Sony AM/FM stereo CD player USB, Bluetooth & headphone supported (new 2012)
  • Two interior and two exterior speakers w/remote on/off at helm

Electrical

  • 12 volt DC & 120 volt AC with both DC and AC outlets throughout the boat
  • 4 6 volt wet cell batteries for house (new June '15)
  • Deka starting battery
  • Windlass battery
  • Xantrex Freedom 2000 inverter/charger (new Aug '15))
  • Xantrex charging / inverting monitor w/power sharing
  • Xantrex LinkLite battery monitor
  • Analog monitors for AC/DC power use on electrical panel
  • AmpAir 100watt wind generator
  • `120 watt solar panel mounted on dinghy davits
  • Shore power cord- 50 ft , 30 amp

Interior features

  • Beautiful varnished wood interior with 6'5" headroom.
  • Full and separate shower stall with bench and double door locker with shelves
  • V-berth modified to full width of cabin or can be original Pullman
  • Quarter berth on port
  • Companionway, main salon and V-Berth hatches with screens
  • LED lighting throughout interior
  • Extra LED strip lighting install under galley overhang and above starboard settee. Extra reading light in V-Berth
  • Cruise Air reverse cycle heat/air conditioning 10K BTU
  • Force 10 propane cabin heater in main salon
  • Port and starboard main salon settees are convertible to berths
  • Brass ships bell
  • Weems and Plath chiming ships clock and barometer
  • Digital weather station
  • curtains/throw rugs
  • 12 volt fan

Galley

  • Seafrost 12V (new 2011) with bulkhead mounted digital temperature display- 3 separate compartments plus freezer
  • Force 10 propane three burner stove with oven w/broiler
  • hot/cold pressured water at sink
  • manual salt water pump at sink
  • dinnerware
  • Paper towel holder
  • Wine glass holder above sink
  • Three large hanging lockers with removable shelving
  • Ample storage lockers throughout

Sails and rigging

  • Cross-Cut Cruising Mainsail with two reefs
  • Lazy jacks for mainsail
  • Yankee Cutter Rigged
  • 90% Jib head sail furling
  • Working Forestay sail furling
  • Running back stays
  • Quantum sails replaced in 1997
  • Pro Furl roller furling system on head sail and stay sail
  • Spinnaker pole mounted on mast
  • Barlow winches- 2 #25ST in cockpit; 2 #23ST on cabin top
  • *The following Barlow winches are mounted on mast
  • Barlow winch #19 self tailing main and spinnaker halyard
  • Barlow winch #23 Jib halyard
  • Barlow winch #20 spare
  • Barlow winch #11 Reefing

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