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1984 Tayana 37

Kingston, New York


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If you have aspirations of exploring our blue planet in a safe and seaworthy vessel with old world charm and a track record ranking among the best of blue water vessels the Robert Perry designed Tayana 37 deserves a close look...

LION HEART has had many recent upgrades which create a wonderful combination of solid traditional quality along with updated state of the art sailing technologies.  Here are some highlights of her equipment...

  • NEW Selden Custom Double Spreader Rig with In-Mast Furling Main (2019)
  • NEW Doyle SuperCruise 8.4oz Furling Main (2019)
  • NEW Standing Rigging with STA-LOK Mechanical Terminals (2019) 
  • NEW Running Rigging (2019)
  • NEW Life Lines (2019)
  • NEW Mast LED Lights: Tri-Color/Anchor, Masthead and Spreader (2019)
  • NEW Raymarine i50/i60 Depth, Speed, Wind Instruments (2019)
  • ProFurl C420 Genoa Furler Upgraded from Hank-On (2019)
  • Cruisair Air Conditioning
  • Honda EU2000i 2kw Generator
  • Garmin GPS map 3210 w/Garmin HD Radar
  • Garmin GPS map 440s
  • Autohelm 3000 Autopilot
  • Force 10 Propane Heater
  • Stainless Steel Dinghy Davits
  • Oyster Awlgrip Hull Finish
  • Hull Stripped & Barrier Coated

This new listing is still under construction with more details on the way.  Please contact the listing broker for more details or to arrange a showing... this well maintained Tayana 37 will exceed your expectations!

Basic Boat Info

Price: $74,500
Make: Tayana
Model: 37
Year: 1984
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: Robert H. Perry
Construction: Fiberglass
Keel Type: Other


Length: 37 ft
Length Overall: 36'8 ft
Waterline Length: 31 ft
Beam: 11'6 ft
Max Draft: 5'8 ft
Displacement: 22,500 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Dry Weight: 22,500 lb
Ballast: 8,000 lb
Single Berths: 6
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 3QM30F
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 30hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1994
  • Engine Hours: 1309


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 90 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 100 gal


Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter


Jim Villone
Great Hudson Sailing Center


Great Hudson Sailing Center - W. Haverstraw
Haverstraw Marina 614 Beach Road
West Haverstraw, New York, US, 10993
Tel:(917) 312-9464
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.

Sail Area

Working Sail Area : 861.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Tayana 37 is one of Robert Perry's most successful designs, with close to 700 boats completed to date. The Tayana 37, with its double-ended stern, trunk cabin and cutaway full keel, has proven to be an outstanding passage-maker. To its legions of owners and admirers alike, the Tayana 37 has achieved "cult" status, and is considered by many to be a modern sailing classic. The popularity of this proven bluewater veteran and the availability of good brokerage Tayana 37's, make them an exciting choice for those with limited budgets, but unlimited cruising plans.
Equipment List
Tayana 37 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull - Hand-laid FRP hull, white with blue cove stripe and boot top - Teak rubrail Deck - Hardware - Hand-laid FRP cored deck - Teak cockpit seats and cockpit grating - Teak skylight - Teak companionway hatch with doors & storm boards - Teak or aluminum forward hatch - Teak exterior trim - Teak exterior handrails - Teak Samson posts forward - Laminated bow sprit with teak platform & anchor rollers - Chain locker and one deck pipe - S-S Stanchions, vinyl covered double lifelines w- gates p & s - S-S Bow pulpit - S-S Stern pulpit - Bronze hawse pipes & mooring cleats (six) - Stainless steel opening ports (eleven) - Dorade vents (four) - FRP Seahood - Propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks, vented overboard - Two coaming lockers - Aluminum mainsheet traveler w- roller car - Staysail track - Aluminum genoa tracks with cars - Seven Barient winches (or equivalents): - Two 22 CST jib sheet - One 21 CST main sheet - One 17 CST staysail - One 17 CST jib halyard - One 17 CST main halyard - One 17 CST staysail halyard - Teak sliding companionway hatch - Teak coaming caps - Winch handles Engine - Machinery - Diesel engine, Yanmar freshwater cooled, 50 hp - Engine cooling water intake strainer - Dripless shaft gland - Bronze three-blade propeller - Fiberglass drip pan Steering - Pedestal steering w- stainless steel base & fittings or Edson teak traditional steering wheel - Teak & S-S emergency tiller - S-S Rudder shaft Spars - Rigging - Aluminum mast & boom, mast with electrical conduits - 5-16" S-S Standing rigging w- swaged terminals - Staysail boom & fittings Sails - Mizzen, 8 oz. (ketch only) - Sail bags for all sails - Sail covers for all sails (blue) - Main, 8 oz., w- 2 reef points. Yankee jib, 8 oz., 100%. staysail, 8 oz. Interior - Teak and holly cabin sole - White Formica counters in head & galley - Teak veneer chart & dinette table tops - Teak framed mirror in head - Interior teak handrails - V-Berth filler (if applicable) - Vinyl cushion covers - Ice chest insulated w- 4" PU foam & S-S lined - Interior varnished w- high quality polyurethane satin - Stove alcove S-S lined - Easily removable head liner - Ceiling on all exposed hull areas Electrical - Dual 120 AH, 12 volt batteries in FRP boxes - Eight 12 volt cabin lights overhead & two reading lights - 12 Volt electrical system w- 3-way switch; electric panel w- breakers & voltmeter, ammeter and DC outlets - 110 Volt shorepower system w- 30 amp power socket; electric panel w- breakers & voltmeter and ammeter; 110 volt outlets throughout yacht - International rules running lights - Deck floodlight - Anchor light Plumbing - 90 Gallon mild steel fuel tank - 100 Gallon S-S freshwater tank - 30 Gallon FRP holding tank - 10 Gallon hot water tank, 110 volt & engine heated - Manual marine head - Hot and cold pressure water system - One high-capacity manual bilge pump to pump bilge & holding tank - One heavy duty electrical bilge pump - Bilge pump strainer - Seacocks on all through-hull fittings - Double clamps on all through-hulls below waterline Tayana 37 Optional Equipment Hull - Hull colors other than white - Cove and boot stripe other than blue - Hull with PVC foam core - Bronze striker on rub rail - International paint and gel shield 200, 2 coats of Micron CSC Deck - Hardware - Aluminum staysail traveler w- roller car - Staysail track for loose foot staysail - Divided chain locker w- dual deck pipes - Windlass, manual, two-speed - Deck colors other than white - Pedestal guard - Cockpit table - Extra propane or gasoline storage locker (Mark I only) - Anchor windlass, Vetus "Tiger" - Raised helmsman's seat (Mark I only) - Deck prism, each, installed - Extra opening port in quarter berth - S-S Mast guards - Teak pinrail at mast - Teak pinrails, shroud-mount - Teal taffrail on stern - Teak maindecks - Teak bulwarks - Teak seahood - Teak boarding ladder - Teak boom gallows with S-S legs - S-S Vents for dorades (4) - S-S Dorade guards (each) - Cockpit cushion, unicellular, 2 inch, vinyl covered - Contrasting non-skid colors - Seat hatch over emergency tiller access (MK I only) - Teak overlay inside or outside cockpit coaming - Teak overlay of sides of cockpit well - Teak name board - Extra self-draining locker w- deck access (MK I only) - Teak cabintop - Teak overlay on exterior cabin sides Engine - Machinery - Non-standard diesel engine - Engine room blower Steering - S-S Rim on traditional steering wheel - S-S Destroyer-type wheel w- teak rim - S-S Destroyer-type wheel w- stainless rim Spars - Rigging - Insulated backstay or springstay - Double headstay - Full running rigging - Sta-lock fittings on all lower standing rigging ends - Teak pin rails, P&S Sails - Genoa, 135% cutter - Storm trisail - Storm jib - Cruising spinnaker, 3-4 oz. nylon - Flasher 15 oz. tri-radial cut - Roller reefing jibs or genoa w- foam luffs, & suncover - Full batten main sail - Dutchman - Other sail options Interior - Custom designed and built accommodation plan - Screens, all ports & hatches - Teak hanging cabinet in galley - Teak surfaces on dinette & chart desk - Front opening door on ice chest - Hardwood counter instead of Formica, head & galley - Dust collector - Contoured cushions - Cloth cushions instead of vinyl, Taiwan made - Cloth cushions instead of vinyl, US. made - Interior electric fans installed - Stove, galley, force 10, 3-burner, oven w- broiler, remote gas shutoff - Cushions, 6 inch instead of standard - Stainless steel lined chain locker - Extra hatch over the galley Electrical - Extra 120 amp hour battery w- FRP box, installed - Battery charger - converter, Newmar, 50 amp - Extra dome lights - Extra reading lights - 12 Volt electric fan - Fluorescent light Plumbing - Extra 50 gallon S-S water tank - Extra 50 gallon mild steel fuel tank - FRP Sump tank in shower w- 12 volt pump - Fresh and salt water foot pump in galley - Deck washdown, salt water w- electric pump - Hi-Boy toilet instead of standard - Cockpit shower, freshwater, H&C - Fresh and salt water foot pump in head - Two mild steel fuel tanks under settee(s) instead of single forward - Two stainless steel water tanks under settee(s) instead of standard
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.
Additional Contact Information

Jim Villone

Great Hudson Sailing

(917) 312-9464

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