The unique design of the Tanzer 10.5 sets her apart from the usual line up of cruiser racers. Similar to some of the Southerly Yachts designed by Dick Carter, the 10.5 was offered in a swing keel or fixed fin keel design. This one is the fixed keel. The inside steering station has engine controls as well as a wheel pilot. The pedestal in the cockpit has the same. The raised floor of the pilothouse houses the galley, head & steering station. A step down forward takes you to the main salon with a U shaped dinette to port & a short settee to starboard. The forward cabin features 2 single berths in a bunk bed configuration. The aft cabin is accessed through a walkway past the engine room, & features a queen size bed, ample storage & a vanity.
Original white gel coat will buff up very nicely. Interprotect 2000 on the bottom. The rudder was re-built with more balance than the original design. (see picture)
For further information on this vessel, please contact Ewan Campbell at Harris & Ellis' Midland Office at 705-529-9433 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bow & stern rails, double lifelines, boarding ladder on transom. Anchor locker with Simpson Lawrence power windlass. New Zealand anchor & 200 BBB chain.
Spinnaker gear & pole, mainsail, 150% genoa, 110% genoa, staysail & spinnaker. Mast is rigged with a staysail stay.
Profurl furling gear. Cockpit cushions. Dodger.
2 battery system, shore power with charger, depth sounder, knot meter (as is), VHF radio, GPS plotter, autopilots at both helms.
Galley has 3 burner stove with oven, ice box, cold pressure water, sea water pump & deep sink.
Main salon has both a coffee table & full dinette table mounted on mast compression.
Force 10 cabin heater (propane)
Lots of storage, lockers, drawers & bins.