Suffered damage from hurricane Irma, survey results and insurance claim is pending.
Around the world in comfort and style! This Tayana 48 has already been around the Caribbean! She makes a great live-aboard and long term cruiser! Quality is in every inch of the vessel's design and construction! Beautiful lines on a solid boat!
Big seas are no problem! Stay high and dry in the center cockpit. Cutter rigged, she has a sail plan for any weather condition.
Meticulously maintained by her owner/captain, the vessel is in great shape and ready to go!
New chain plates, standing rigging, and Quantam sails in 2010.
Call Dave Schechter 305-877-6231
The Tayana 48 is a solidly built Robert H. Perry design for the cruising skipper. The plan "A" interior layout is designed around the popular center cockpit configuration. The 40-foot waterline is relatively long to produce good speed, and the boat's underwater profile features a long-chord keel of moderate draft and a solid rudder mounted on a large skeg for good tracking and control response. The hull has a moderate reverse transom. All these components together form a contemporary and well-proportioned boat. In winds that ranged from 10-20 knots for the test sail, the cutter rig 48 slid through the short, steep waves easily with a solid, gentle motion. The boat sails well to windward in these conditions, and off the wind it tracks ruler straight. The Tayana 48 DS is a variation on the company's popular 48-footer. Designer Rob Ladd added a deck saloon and raised the floor structure on Bob Perry's original hull to create a spacious, open interior. Raising the saloon floor not only improved visibility from the cabin, but also opened more space for tankage. Warm, traditional teak joinery is everywhere. The large wrap-around saloon windows keep the living spaces bright, and headroom will make any tall sailor smile. The master cabin aft is equipped with a large double bunk on centerline, a private head and stand-up shower stall, a hanging locker, and plenty of storage space. This two cabin accommodation plan has a forward double bunk and separate head for guest. On deck, toerails combine with 32-inch-tall lifelines and tree-sturdy stanchions to provide a secure feeling under way. The high center cockpit is comfortable and dry, but there is a large step down from the cockpit to the deck. The ground-tackle system is outstanding. Hefty bow rollers and a powerful windlass make it easy to set and raise the hook, and oversized polished stainless mooring cleats are strong, well placed, and aesthetically pleasing.
Steering - Pedestal steering, S-S or Edson, with S-S cables - S-S 40" Destroyer-type wheel - Teak emergency tiller - S-S Rudder shaft Spars - Rigging - Aluminum mast & boom; mast w- electrical conduit, decklight & halyards - Standing rigging S-S with swaged terminals - Schaeffer or equiv. blocks for running rigging Sails - Mainsail Dacron w- 2 reef points - Jib, Dacron, - Staysail, Dacron - Sail bags for all sails - Sail covers for all sails (blue)
Full cockpit enclosure.
Chart Plotter is a Raymarine C20;
The autopilot control at the helm is a Raymarine ST7002;
The autopilot control at the nav station is a Raymarine ST60+;
The radar is a Raytheon R20XX Raster Scan;
The single side band is an Icon IC-M710;
The VHF is an Icon IC-M125;
The GPS at the nav station is a Raymarine GPS RN300;
Interior - Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout - Teak & holly cabin sole - White Formica counters in head & galley, teak veneer chart & dinette table tops - Teak framed mirror in head(s) - Interior teak handrails - V-Berth filler if applicable - Cloth cushion covers - Ice chest 4" foam, S-S lined - Interior varnish, polyurethane satin - Stove alcove, S-S lined - Easily removable head liner - Ceiling on all exposed hull areas - Teak fiddles and teak trim on counters & tables - Four inch foam cushions - Solid teak doors & frames Electrical - Two 120 amp hour 12 volt batteries & FRP boxes - 12V Cabin lights overhead & reading lights - 12V Electrical system w- three-way switch, electric panel w- breakers, voltmeter, ammeter, 12 volt outlets throughout the yacht - 110V Electrical system w- 30 amp shorepower plug, electric panel w- breakers, voltmeter, 110 volt outlets throughout the yacht - International running lights - 12 Volt deck floodlight - 12 Volt anchor light - Electrical system totally bonded Plumbing - One 120 gallon iron fuel tank - Two S-S water tanks, total of 300 gallons - Holding tank, FRP, 30 gallons - Hot water heater, 110 volt & engine heat exchanger - Manual marine heads - Hot & cold pressure water - One high-capacity manual bilge pump - One heavy duty electric bilge pump - Bilge pump strainers - Seacocks on all through-hulls - Shower sump tanks w- 12 volt pumps
Engine - Machinery - Diesel engine, Yanmar 4-JH2TE, freshwater cooled,88 hp - Engine cooling water intake strainer - Dripless shaft gland - Bronze three-blade propeller on 15 inch S-S shaft - Fiberglass drip pan - Engine room blower
Hull - Hand-laid FRP hull with PVC foam core, white, with blue cove stripe & boot top - One-piece cast iron ballast encapsulated
Max Draft: 5.75 ft
Deck - Hardware - Hand-laid FRP, cored deck - Molded non-skid on deck and deckhouse - Teak cockpit seats and floor - FRP Cockpit coaming - Aluminum hatches - Stainless steel opening ports - Teak exterior handrails - Double anchor sprit & rollers - Chain locker & one deck pipe - S-S Stanchions w- vinyl covered double lifelines w- gates P&S - S-S Bow pulpit - S-S Stern pulpit - Teak cap rails with hawse holes & mooring cleats (six) - Dorade vents w- FRP boxes - FRP Seahood - Propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks, vented overboard - Two coaming lockers - Aluminum mainsheet traveler w- roller car - Aluminum staysail tracks w- cars - Aluminum genoa tracks w- cars - Winches, Lewmar - Two 54CST jib sheet winches - Two 40CST secondary sheet winches - One 40ST mainsheet winch - One 40ST main halyard winch - Two 40ST headsail halyard winches - Plexiglas sliding companionway hatch - Instrument console mounted on seahood - Plexiglas weather boards
3400 Pan American Dr.