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1991 Tayana 55 - 55'


 
Year 1991
Length 55ft.
Price Euros €205,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Sail
Location USA, United States
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Builder/Designer
Designer: Pieter Beeldsnijder
Dimensions
Beam: 4.90 m
Cabin Headroom: 1.98 m
Max Draft: 2.18 m
Displacement: 21954 kgs
Dry Weight: 21953 kgs
Engines
Engine(s): Yanmar 4LH-HTE
Engine Model: Yanmar 4LH-HTE
Year: 2000
Engine(s) HP: 104.4 KW
Tankage
Fuel: (567 Liters)
Water: (946 Liters)
Hull
Hull Shape: Monohull
Keel Type: Fin

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Specs
Designer: Pieter Beeldsnijder
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Monohull
Dimensions
LOA: 16.76 m
Beam: 4.90 m
LWL: 14.0 m
Maximum Draft: 2.18 m
Displacement: 21954 kgs
Ballast: 7983 kgs
Headroom: 1.98 m
Dry Weight: 21953 kgs
Engines
Total Power: 104.4 KW
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4LH-HTE
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: Yanmar 4LH-HTE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 104 KW
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (946 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (567 Liters)
Accommodations
Number of single berths: 6

Manufacturer Provided Description
For its size, the Tayana 55 is perhaps the most successful yacht in the world, with over 80 boats built to date. The Tayana 55 provides the space and sailing performance of most yachts over 65 feet. The Tayana 55 even features a walk-in engine room. The spacious galley and storage capacity equates to long-term cruising in style. Last years Round the World Cruising Rally was won by a Tayana 55. The 1995 Caribbean 1500 was won by a Tayana 55 as well. Deck space that seems endless and a functional, low silhouette give the Tayana 55 its distinctive look. CONSTRUCTION Solid fiberglass hull, hand laminated according to Lloyds specifications. A matrix of longitudinal and transverse foam-cored stringers in the lower hull providing maximum hull stiffness. Internal cast iron ballast glassed into a modified fin keel with choice of drafts. Skeg-mounted rudder, with internal stainless steel rudder post and integral stainless steel reinforcement. The deck is a composite construction using closed cell foam and end-grain light wood sandwich coring. All deck hardware areas are reinforced using encapsulated marine grade plywood. Deck hardware is through-bolted using stainless steel backing plates.

Equipment List
Tayana 55 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull - Hand-laid FRP hull white, with blue cove stripe & boot top - One-piece cast iron ballast encapsulated Deck - Hardware - Hand-laid FRP, cored deck, white - Molded non-skid on deck and deckhouse - Teak cockpit seats and floor - FRP Cockpit coaming - Aluminum hatches - Stainless steel opening ports - Teak exterior handrails - Swimming ladder, S-S, mounted on molded swim - dive platform on transom aft - Double stainless steel anchor sprit with stainless steel rollers - Chain locker & one deck pipe - S-S Stanchions with vinyl covered double lifelines with gates P&S - S-S Bow pulpit - S-S Stern pulpit - Aluminum toe rail with hawse holes & mooring cleats (six) - Dorade vents with FRP boxes - Propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks, vented overboard - Lazarette hatch - Two coaming lockers - Aluminum mainsheet traveler with roller car - Aluminum staysail tracks with cars - Aluminum genoa tracks with cars - Winches, Lewmar, Cutter: - Two 66CST jib sheet winches - Two 54CST secondary sheet winches - Two 44CST main sheet winches - One 48CST halyard winch - One 40CST halyard winch - One 30CST halyard winch - Winches, Lewmar, Staysail Schooner or Ketch - Two 66CST primaries with handles - Four 54CST sheet winches - Two 42CST halyard winches - Two 30CST topping lift winches - Plexiglas sliding companionway hatch - Boomkin (Schooner only) - Instrument console mounted on seahood - Teak or Plexiglas weather boards Engine - Machinery - Dripless shaft gland - Bronze three-blade propeller on 1.5 inch S-S shaft - Fiberglass drip pan - Engine room blower - Diesel engine, Yanmar, freshwater cooled, 140 hp. - Engine cooling water intake strainer Steering - Pedestal steering, Edson cable - S-S 40" Destroyer-type wheel - Teak emergency tiller - S-S Rudder shaft Spars - Rigging - Aluminum mast(s) & boom(s); mast(s) with electric conduit, deck light(s), & halyards - Standing rigging, stainless steel with swaged terminals Sails - Mainsail, Dacron with reef points - Jib, 100 percent Yankee, Dacron - Staysail, Dacron - Sail bags for all sails - Sail covers for all sails (blue) - Staysail schooner rig, two working sails - Mizzen with ketch rig Interior - Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout - Teak & holly cabin sole - Teak veneer in all lockers - White Formica counters in head & galley - Teak framed mirror in head(s) - Interior teak handrails - V-Berth filler if applicable - Cloth cushion covers, contoured - Ice chest 4" foam, S-S lined - Interior varnish, polyurethane satin - Galley stove alcove, S-S lined - Easily removable head liner - Teak ceiling on all exposed hull areas - Teak fiddles and teak trim on counters & tables - Four inch foam cushions - Solid teak doors & frames - Engine room sound insulated Electrical - Two 200 amp hour 12 volt batteries & FRP boxes - Twelve 12V cabin lights overhead & eight reading lights - 12 volt Electrical system with three-way switch, Newmar electric panel with breakers, voltmeter, ammeter & 12 volt power outlets throughout the yacht - 110 volt Electrical system with 50 amp shorepower plug, Newmar electric panel with breakers & voltmeter, ammeter, & 110 volt outlets throughout the yacht - International running fights in accordance with IMCO rules - 12 Volt deck floodlight(s) - 12 Volt anchor light - Electrical system totally bonded Plumbing - Two 75 gallon mild steel fuel tanks - Two S-S water tanks, total of 250 gallons - Holding tank, FRP, 30 gallons - Hot water heater, 110 volt & engine heat exchanger - Manual marine heads - Hot & cold pressure water system to heads, galley, & other areas as required - One high-capacity manual bilge pump - One heavy duty electric bilge pump - Bilge pump strainers - Seacocks on all through-hull fittings - Shower sump tanks with 12 volt pumps in each shower stall Tayana 55 Optional Equipment Hull - Hull colors other than white - Cove and boot stripe other than blue - Yacht name and hailing port painted - Stainless steel striker with teak rub rail - Thermal insulation, 3-4" thick PVC foam AWL - Anchor sprit, extra strength, offshore - Extra hatch on sundeck - Extra large mooring cleats fore and aft in lieu of standard - International paint and gel shield 200 with two coats Micron - Shoal draft keel (6'6") with lead ballast in lieu of standard Deck - Hardware - Mast guardrail - Companion doors with storm boards - Anchor windlass, Nilson V-2200 - Deck non-skid colors other than white - Pedestal guard with cockpit table - Stainless steel pedestal guard with cockpit table - Outboard bracket - Deck prism, installed - Track wedges - Flagpole with mount - Teak maindecks - Teak decking on top of coach roof - Extra padeye - Boom gallows, stainless steel with laminated crossbar - Dorade guards, stainless steel - Cockpit cushions, unicellular foam, 2 inch, vinyl cover - Dinghy davits, stainless steel Engine - Machinery - Generator, Northern Lights or Westerbeke, 58 kW, with sound shield - Air conditioning, Marine Air, 34,000 BTU - Propeller, Max Prop feathering - SCATRA model 14100 coupling in lieu of standard - Refrigeration - Extra engine room blower - Special battery installations - Battery charger - Newmar 50 amp - Newmar 70 amp - Ice maker U-Line, 110 volt - Washer - dryer Spars - Rigging - Insulated backstay - Stainless steel halyard securing bar forward of mast - Two extra staysail fairlead tracks Sails - Genoa, 135% - Storm trisail - Storm jib - Cruising spinnaker, 3-4 oz. nylon - Roller furling jib in lieu of standard - Roller reefing jibs - genoas, with foam luffs - Sail covers in lieu of standard blue (US made) - Mainsail with battens - Mainsail, roller furling - Other sail options Interior - Custom designed and built accommodation plan - Screens for opening ports and hatches - Teak staving on bulkheads - Red nightlights and hanging locker lights - White marble countertop both heads - Cushions 6 inch in lieu of 4 inch per double berth - Stove, galley, Force 10, three-burner, oven with broiler, remote gas shutoff - Interior fans installed - Dust collector - Microwave, Seaward P-200I - Mirror, (4 x 2 ft.) - Curtain - Stainless steel stove guard, galley - Cover for galley stove, teak - Six inch foam on all berths in lieu of standard (4") Electrical - Extra 200 amp hour battery with FRP box - Grounding screen molded into hull - Extra shorepower receptacle, 110V 30 amp or 220V - Extra electric panel with five double pole circuit breakers - Waterproof electrical outlets, 12V mounted in cockpit Plumbing - VDO Tank meter - China washbasin in lieu of standard - Stainless steel tank in lieu of mild steel tank - Extra manual bilge pump - Extra electric bilge pump - Automatic float switch for bilge pump(s) - Shore water intake - Electric toilet (Raritan PHEBB II) in lieu of standard - Extra stainless steel water tank - Extra fuel tank - Fresh and salt water foot pump at galley - Fresh or salt water foot pump at head - Deck washdown, salt water with electric pump - Deck - transom shower, freshwater, hot and cold - Macerator pump for holding tank

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