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|Säljs av||Integrity Yacht Sales|
BOAT SHOW SPECIAL
NEW PRICE $119,900
SELLER SAYS BRING OFFERS
Coming to the Annapolis Sailboat Show? Looking for a well-found world cruiser? This Tashiba 40 is ready to take you beyond the horizon!
Designed by renowned naval architect, Robert Perry, the Tashiba 40 cutter rigged sailboat with rounded stern and long keel design offers a very stable, fast and powerful sailboat. Under the waterline is a full keel with a cutaway forefoot and as with many of the Perry full keel designs, the keel meets the bilge of the hull without the traditional "wine glass" section blend. The hull shape is beamy offering good interior space. She is beautifully balanced with a wonderful feel at the helm, and what's more, has some of the best interiors to be seen in cruising yachts.
LOA: 39' 11" (excluding bowsprit) *
LWL: 34' 6" *
Beam: 12' 10"
Draft: 6" 0"
Displacement: 29,000 lbs.
Ballast: 10,000 lbs. *
Sail Area, Cutter: 865 sq. ft.
Headroom: 6' 7"
Being live-aboard cruisers for 12 years, we came to appreciate that fully integrated electronic systems had some real drawbacks. If 1 little thing breaks the entire system could crash and might haveto be replaced or very expensively and time-consumingly repaired. As such, before sailing across the Atlantic Ocean, we devised simpler and UN-integrated modular solutions to avoid any inconveniences or disasters while at sea. A prime example was the Alpha Autopilot that was installed on our boat when we bought her. It was very unreliable, had to be fixed — and parts replaced — multiple times over just 2 years! Given that the goal was to SAIL her as much as possible, we invested in a Monitor Windvane to eliminate manual steering. We also learned that a simple, relatively inexpensive Raymarine Tiller Pilot attached to the stub of the wind vane assembly functioned as an autopilot! Kaboom! A super solution!! Best of both worlds! And having a spare tiller pilot removed any anxiety about THAT breaking! A second system that we also prefer to be simple and UN-integrated is Navigation. Happily, the iPad and the GPS/NavX software (one of several) plus our several hand held GPS’s allow us to have a good nav system with excellent backup! If we were crossing the ocean again, we’d buy a 2nd iPad just in case! Plus…. while crossing the ocean with just a few waypoints, using the Yeoman chart plotter for paper charts was all we needed! Finally, we set up a system that sent the active GPS way to the Raytheon Radar, enabling safe navigation in fog and low visibility. The result was an easy, simple to use, reliable system, with a redundant backup work around capabilities, in the event of a component failure.
The Tashiba 40's hull is made of hand-laminated, one-piece, heavy-duty fiberglass with optional polyurethane insulation for liveaboard ability. Vinylester resins are used on the exterior for maximum osmotic protection as well as 951 Armorcote gelcoat, formulated to provide outstanding weather resistance. A series of longitudinal and transverse stringers are used to provide maximum hull support. Three coats epoxy with three coats Micron CSC anti-fouling bottom paint. There is a one-piece internal iron cast ballast, bedded with fiberglass and polyester resin, glassed over to reinforce the hull section. The Tashiba 40 also includes a hand-laminated FRP house and deck with end grain balsa sandwich construction. Where deck hardware is through-bolted, it is reinforced with encapsulated marine grade plywood using stainless steel backing plates. The standard model is cutter-rigged and features a varnished teak and spruce cabin sole, a teak interior finished with satin varnish, a double sink in a wrap-around galley, hot and cold pressure water with a shower and two separate double staterooms. Pedestal steering is standard. There are two double staterooms, plus a single quarterberth to starboard.
Enter the companionway from the protected cockpit and find the well-appointed Key-hole galley to port. To starboard is an enclosed stateroom with double quarter berth and dressing area with mirrored cupboard, hanging locker and storage drawers. Forward of the aft stateroom is an aft-facing nav station. A settee is forward of the nav station on starboard, and across on port is a large dinette with seating for six-plus around a table with a beautiful wood-grain design. Forward of the dinette on port is the entrance to the large head with sink/vanity and separate shower with seat. Enter the forward stateroom and find another hanging locker on starboard with dressing seat and drawer storage. The roomy double V-berth has storage on both sides and storage underneath. Beautiful teak runs throughout the interior of this fine well-equipped vessel. 4 Deck prisms add natural light down below and 15 opening ports and 2 deck hatches (1 butterfly hatch in main salon) provide excellent ventilation and light. The 2 Marine Air heat pumps (AC and heat) fore and aft (9000 and 16000 BTUs) in factory-installed cabinets. All drawers have latch closures. In addition, there are 6 fans in galley, quarter berth, V-berth, main salon and head
Large refrigerator and separate freezer each with separate dual mode cold plates. Dual mode refrigeration systems: AC powered (replaced in 2021); Engine-driven compressor rebuilt in 2012. Each with their own coolant system, compressor and evaporator.
|Max djupgående med last||1.83m|
|Längd vid vattenlinje||10.52m|
|Tank för Färskvatten||2 x 567.81 l ()|
|Bränsletank||2 x 370.97 l (Aluminium)|