Boat Details

42 Tayana Vancouver Aft Cockpit

$125,000.00

Description

Yacht World Number: 3129283
Located in La Paz, BCS, Mexico
Year: 1986
Hull Material: Fiberglass

All new standing and running rigging.  This boat is ready to cross oceans!!!

This very popular Robert Harris design has been a hallmark of top of the line, go anywhere in the world cruising yachts. Built by the famous Ta Yang Yacht Building Company in Taiwan, QUICK is offered for sale and shows exacting care and pride of ownership. This bluewater cruising, aft cockpit cutter, features a cut away full keel, skeg rudder, and keel stepped mast. The luxurious interior is finely crafted with quality woodwork throughout and features a sumptuous salon, modern galley, and two large staterooms fore and aft.

Owner has done many recent improvements including: New complete Sunbrella deck covers, New Katadyn 12 volt water maker that runs on her new solar panels, New Seafrost Fridge/Freezer, New batteries, All new standing rig including turnbuckles, New lifelines, Yanmar 45 hp engine, replaced in the 2000’s. Complete service 2014 – (new engine mounts, heat exchanger tank, hoses, belts, injectors, pillow block) and much more. This fine vessel is totally turn key and ready to cruise today. Possibly the finest on the market! Be sure to click on full specs to see all she has to offer.

Located in the heart of the world’s best cruising grounds. La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez. Dozens of gorgeous anchorages with white sand beaches, crystal clear warm turquoise water, many within a days sail to downtown La Paz.

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.

La Paz Yachts
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Tom & Cindy
Marina de la Paz
La Paz, BCS, Mexico 23000

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Full Specs

Specs
Builder: Tayana
Designer: Bill Harris
Keel: Other

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 8 in
LWL: 33 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 8 in
Displacement: 29147 lbs
Ballast: 11700 lbs
Headroom: 7 ft 0 in

Engines
Total Power: 45 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4000
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 45 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (170 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (130 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

Accommodations
Large king-sized v-berth forward with cupboards both sides. Salon midships with sea berths both sides and fold out dining table, nav station aft of salon, huge galley with island, double berth aft port; large storage area under cockpit accessible through companion way ladder.

Galley

  • REFRIGERATION: Sea frost (2014)
  • FREEZER: Sea frost (2014) – air cooled
  • STOVE: Princess 4 burner propane
  • WATER SYSTEM: Pressure
  • WATER HEATER: 10 gal.

Navigation and electronics

  • RADAR: Furuno 16-mile range
  • VHF (#1): Icom
  • AUTO PILOT: B&G
  • CHART PLOTTER: Garmin
  • GPS: Garmin
  • COMPASS: Richie
  • STEREO: Yes, bluetooth
  • DEPTH SOUNDER: B&G pod
  • REPEATER: Yes
  • WIND SPEED & DIRECTION: B&G pod
  • KNOTH/METER LOG: B&G pod
  • RUDDER ANGLE: Yes

Electrical

  • BATTERIES: 3 lead acid, 400 Total amp hours
  • BATTERY PARALLEL SWITCH: Yes
  • BATTERY MONITOR: Vector
  • ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: DC – 12V AC – 110V
  • INTERIOR LIGHTING: LED lights through out
  • BATTERY CHARGER: Xantrac
  • SMART SYSTEM REGULATOR: Yes
  • SOLAR PANELS: 4 x 60 watts
  • DOCKSIDE ELECTRICAL CABLE: Yes
  • ALTERNATOR: Yes
  • OTHER: Wiring redone in 2014 where necessary

Mechanical

  • BILGE PUMP: 2
  • RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: Yes
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHING: CO2, Manual
  • FUEL FILTERS: Yes, Racor
  • FUEL SHUT OFF: Stove, engine, fume detector
  • LUBE OIL STORAGE & TRANSFER SYSTEM: Yes
  • FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: Yes
  • HEAD TYPE: Overboard, recirculating
  • HOLDING TANK: Manual
  • HEATER: Yes – Hurricane
  • WATERMAKER: Katadyn 12 volt 2 gal/hr
  • PROPELLER: 3-blade sail prop fixed
  • FULL SHAFT: 1
  • STEERING: Wheel

Deck and hull

  • ANCHOR: CQR articulated W/200′ chain
  • ANCHOR: Bruce W/30′ chain, 200′ line
  • ANCHOR: Danforth – stern anchor W/20′ chain, 150′ line
  • ANCHOR WINDLASS: Lofrans Tigris
  • ANCHOR DAVIT/BOW ROLLERS: Yes
  • LIGHTS: Navigation, Spreader, Deck
  • LIFELINES/STANCHIONS: All new life lines 2017
  • GATES: New 2017
  • LADDERS: Boarding
  • BOW PULPIT: Yes
  • DINGHY DAVITS: Manual
  • DINGHY/MOTOR: Avon W/Nissan 2-stroke 6 HP
  • DECK WASH DOWN SYSTEM: Saltwater
  • COVERS: Aft-deck Curtains, Bimini, Dodger
  • DECK MATERIAL: Teak
  • OTHER: Kayak holders

Sails

  • SAILS: Yankee, Genoa #1, A-symmtrical spinnaker, Staysail, Mainsail.
  • SAILS: Neil Pryde, Cruise Equipped.  New UV covers on the 3 foresails: Staysail, Yankee, Genoa. Foresails are in excellent condition with many years left in them, Mainsail is in good condition.
  • BOOM VANG: Soft
  • MAINSHEET TRAVELLER: Yes
  • PREVENTER/BOOMBRAKE: Dutchman
  • BACKSTAY ADJUSTER: Double turnbuckles
  • ROLLER FURLING: 2 Profurl
  • MAST: Yes, deck stepped
  • STANDING RIGGING: Replaced 2017 by professional rigger
  • WHISKER POLE: Yes
  • LINES LEAD AFT: yes
  • WINCHES: Approx 11 – all ST’s

Safety

  • LIFEJACKETS: x 6
  • LIFESLING: Yes
  • LIFE RING: Yes
  • EPIRB: Yes – new battery 2017
  • JACK LINES: Yes

Upgrades

There is a maintenance log onboard and receipts for all work undertaken by the current owner as well as for all the work done on the boat the past owner in California.

  • Solar panels 4 x 60 watts (2014)
  • Refinish teak decks. Like new! (2014)
  • New Seafrost fridge/freezer (2014)
  • Complete service on Yanmar engine by Yanmar mechanic – new engine mounts, coolant tank, hoses, belts, injectors, pillow box, etc. (2014)
  • Rewiring of boat where necessary (2014)
  • New Sunbrella complete deck covers (2014)
  • New KATADYN 12 volt water-maker – runs on solar power (2016)
  • All new LED lights through-out cabin and anchor-light (2016)
  • New used OB 2-stroke engine (2017)
  • New lead/acid batteries (2017)
  • All new rigging with professional rigger, including turnbuckles (2017)
  • All new lifelines by professional rigger (2017)
  • Many new halyards (2017)

Owner’s comments

“I have sailed all sorts of keel boats for the past 35 years in many parts of the world and must say that Quick is one of the most sea-capable, luxurious boats I have ever owned.

I purchased Quick with the intention of sailing her for a few years in the Sea of Cortez before making a Pacific crossing. I love boats and insist that my vessels be in perfect shape. Thus I immediately undertook all the necessary work to make Quick the most pristine and well-equipped vessel one could wish for. Every year for the last three years we have moved aboard Quick in January and sailed in the Sea of Cortez for 3 and 1/2 months. Quick is totally self-sufficient except for food and fuel. We generate our own electricity with solar panels, make our own water, and have very energy efficient LED lights and a fridge/freezer. She is a spacious, comfortable, and classy platform on which to explore and entertain.

For winter cruising Quick is a delight to live aboard and sail. We have spread our sails and winged along the coasts of the Baja California. We have thoroughly relished our time circumnavigating the many islands, anchoring in splendid harbors, swimming, snorkeling the reefs, kayaking the bays, hiking in the desert, hanging out in La Paz and Loreto’s great restaurants, and ghosting alongside the many whales in the Sea. Mother Blue whales and their babies have accompanied us for miles along the coast of Isla Carmen in light winds at 3-4 knots.

Quick is fast and stiff; she can carry a lot of sail in a heavy wind. A 25 knot gust is a breeze for Quick; she just takes it and surges forward. This is a boat aboard which I would feel completely confident crossing oceans. Sadly, the health issue of a family member has made us change our plans. Hopefully Quick will find a new skipper to take her on the adventures for which she was built and equipped.”

Exclusions

  • Mexican pottery, dishes, rugs, blankets