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2013 Tayana Custom Flush Deck Cutter

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

$365,000

MUST SEE WORLD CRUISER

2013 51' Tayana Flush Deck Cutter

As a broker, I specialize in sailing vessels and have had a particular dream boat in my thoughts for many years. Antoinette has all of the features I dreamed about and so much more. This aft cockpit double ender was Completely Rebuilt in 2013 by this original owner. The boat was designed by Eva M. Hollman and built by Tayana  in 1981.This owner sailed her on the west coast, down to South America and all through the Caribbean for many years. When he moved to Ft. Lauderdale he brought the boat with him thinking that some day he would completely rebuild her and bring her back to her original glory or even better. So around 2010 he started the process of removing the teak decking and glassing the deck for a maintenance free surface, refurbished the solid teak interior and removed the engine and installed a new Yanmar 75hp turbo diesel now showing 17 hours. He rebuilt all systems including the electrical, the plumbing, the bilges, the tanks, purchased all new sails and roller furlers. Removed the mast and Awl-gripped both mast and boom adding mast steps and Awl-gripped the hull. Then he completely rebuilt the bottom letting it sit in the yard for many months allowing the bottom to dry out, repaired all blisters and added multiple coats of epoxy barrier 2000 and bottom painted her to perfection. He replaced the upper rudder bearing, replaced the SS drive shaft and reconditioned the 3 bladed prop. He replaced all of the hull windows, re-bedded all ports with new glass and seals, re-bedded the coach roof windows and repainted the hatches and added new seals. After all of that work was completed he installed all new standing rigging with upper and lower Staylocks, replaced all of the chain plates, Awl-gripped the decks with non-slip, added all new running rigging and rebuilt all winches. He removed most of the cockpit teak and added Starboard, varnished all the other exterior teak and added a sailing bimini, an aft deck awning, a forward deck awning, a dodger and moved on to all new electronics. The electronics include plotters, radar, linear drive autopilot, sounders, radios, multi function displays, electric windlass, satellite TV, ground tackle and the list goes on. Antoinette is now completed and ready for cruising with a 7Kw generator showing 19 hours, reverse cycle air conditioning and most everything needed for a blue water adventure. Add your personal belongings and sail away. If this magnificent vessel is of interest, call us today and start your new year cruising the world.                            

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Disclaimer

Florida Coast Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Berger Yacht Sales.

Basic Boat Info

Tax Status: Not Applicable
Boat Name: Antoinette
Make: Tayana
Model: Custom Flush Deck Cutter
Year: 2013
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Tayana
Designer: Eva M. Hollman
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 51 ft / 15.54 m
Length Overall: 51 ft / 15.54 m
Length Of Deck: 51 ft / 15.54 m
Waterline Length: 42'2 ft / 12.85 m
Beam: 14'4 ft / 4.37 m
Max Draft: 6'6 ft / 1.98 m
Min Draft: 6.25 ft
Displacement: 35,175 lb
Bridge Clearance: 64 ft / 19.51 m
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft / 1.93 m
Ballast: 14,350 lb
Electrical Circuit: 110 V
Single Berths: 5
Double Berths: 1
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Rope Cutter: true
  • Model: 4HJ4TE Turbo
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2010
  • Engine Hours: 17
Cruising Speed: 8.7 kn
Maximum Speed: 10 kn
Displacement Type: Dry Load

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 4
Fuel Tank Capacity: 200 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Aluminum
Water Tanks: 3
Water Tank Capacity: 200 gal
Water Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 35 gal
Holding Tank Material: Aluminum

Other

Maximum Number Of Passengers: 12
Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Cruisers, Deck Saloon, Cutter

Accommodations

Entering the vessel from the cockpit and down the centerline companionway ladder, you will find the galley to starboard and the navigation desk to port. Aft of the navigation desk on the port side is the walk through to the aft head with SS under mount sink with Moen faucet, salt and fresh water foot pumps, tiled sink top, mirror, shower wand, opening port, 12V lights, towel racks and hanging hooks, Par manual pump toilet, storage cabinets, shelves and privacy door. In the walk way aft is a hanging locker, huge storage locker and grated floor panel housing the shower sump. Moving aft into the master stateroom you will find a large double berth to starboard, 12V fans, 12V lights, Ritchie 3" compass, book shelves, vanity with swing out seat, mirror and drawer, TV, windows, opening ports, new mattress and bedding, storage drawers, storage cabinets, hanging lockers, work bench (can be converted to a berth) and access door to stern section housing the steering and rudder as well as the generator.
Moving forward and back into the galley, take 2 steps down into the salon with round dinette table and new custom upholstery with storage under and behind, new accent pillows, utensil storage in the table, LED lighting, 12V lighting, custom mood lighting, brass oil lamp, shelves, magazine racks, diesel heater with seat, storage locker, windows and 12V fan. To port is the straight settee with new upholstery, storage behind and the house bank of batteries in secured boxes below. There are storage shelves above the settee, a TV, 12V fan, LED lighting, 12V lighting, mood lighting and a small seat aft with storage under and behind.
Moving forward to port is the first guest stateroom with over and under single berths, 12V lights, LED lighting, windows, overhead opening hatch, hanging locker, storage drawers and cabinets, 12V fan, shelves and a mirror.
To starboard is the second guest stateroom that mirrors the first stateroom. Moving forward is the guest head with overhead opening hatch, Par manual pump toilet to starboard, mirror, shower with curtain, shower sump in floor, SS under mount sink with pressure water to port, salt and fresh water pumps and 12V lighting. Forward of the head is a huge sail locker and anchor locker with overhead opening hatches.
Antoinette sleeps 7 owners and guests on 6 berths and has 2 heads with showers.

Specs

LOA - 51'
LWL - 42'2"
Draft – 6'3" to 6'6" loaded
Beam – 14'4"
Mast Height - 64'
Displacement - 35,175 lbs
Ballast - 14,350 lbs encapsulated lead
Cruising Speed – 8.7 Knots
Fuel – 200 gallons
Water – 200 gallons
Holding – 35 gallons
3/4 long fin keel w/ skeg protected rudder
Encapsulated lead ballast

Galley

2- Deep SS under mount sinks with pressure hot and cold water and custom faucet
Tiled countertops
1- Fresh water foot pump with overflow vent
New fresh water filter system
1- Salt water foot pump with vent
1- Instant hot water spigot
1- Soap dispenser
Storage lockers and drawers
Trash can hidden under countertop with lid and storage under
Hot water heater w/ engine exchange
Gas Systems SS propane 3 burner stove with oven - gimbaled
New exhaust fan and hose over stove
Marinetics propane controller
Fitted wood cutting board on stove top
Technautics Cool Blue cold plate refrigerator lined in stainless
Technautics Cool Blue cold plate freezer lined in stainless
Chaney wireless temperature gauges for both fridge and freezer with alarm
110V Coffee maker
Custom dish and cup storage
GE Profile PEM31SM4SS microwave with turntable
Xintex propane fume detector
2- Opening ports and abundant windows for light
12V and LED lighting

Navigation & Electronics

1- Raymarine RD 424HD 4Kw Radar with 24" dome
1- Raymarine I70 color multi data display at nav desk
2- Raymarine I70 color multi data display above companionway
1- Raymarine ACU400 Evolution Autopilot with linear drive
1- Raymarine P-70 autopilot control and remote
1- Raymarine e125 multi function display Hybrid touch 12" GPS plotter at nav desk
1- Raymarine e7 MFD Hybrid Touch 8" GPS plotter at helm (in nav pod)
1- Raymarine 130 GPS receiver (50 channels)
1- Raymarine mast head wind direction and speed anemometer
Standard Horizon GX2150 Matrix AIS plus VHF radio with Ram 3 remote mike
Mast top antenna for VHF
Datamarine International Offshore digital depth sounder
DST 800 bronze smart transducer with depth, speed and water temperature
6" Ritchie Globemaster compass at helm
3" Ritchie compass in the master stateroom
SS Running lights and Tricolor at mast top
Anchor light, steaming light and strobe light
ACR Global Fix Pro EPIRB Exp. 2/2017
Insulated split back stay for SSB/Ham installation

Electrical Equipment

30Amp SS inlet with 50' shore power cord
110V outlets & 12V outlets throughout
12V lights throughout with many LED's
110V & 12V Blue Seas electrical panel
Navigation light switches at cockpit helm
12V fans throughout
8- 6V Golf cart batteries in 2 separate banks
1- 12V deep cycle marine engine start battery
1- 12V deep cycle marine generator start battery
All batteries can be interconnected
Xantrex Freedom battery charger/inverter
Xantrex Xanbus system control panel (scp)
Hi-Eta SMC-2 Battery charge regulator for solar panel installation
Auto Mack alternator control (in place – not connected)
Phazor K3 7Kw diesel generator with deluxe gauge showing 19 hours
2- Automatic/manual 12V bilge pumps with switches
Simpson Lawrence 12V windlass with foot switch at bow and helm remote
Fusion MS-RA205 AM/FM/Sirius XM radio with speakers
KVH Trackvision with Direct HD receiver
12V plug at cockpit helm
Additional 30Amp & 110V outlet in lazerette
Glomex 14" omni directional ship TV antenna with amplifier
2- Insignia flat screen TV’s with built in DVD players
Domitec Marine Air 16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning ducted throughout with digital panel
New engine room blower
New water pump and SS accumulator tank
Forward deck light

Deck & Hull

SS 1&1/4" bow and stern rails
SS 1&1/4" Stanchions
Double coated life lines w/ 5 gates
Animal or children lee cloths on life lines
New non-slip Awl-Griped decks
New Awl-Griped hull to the water line
Awl-Gripped rub rail with SS caps
9- Opening screened bronze ports w/ new glass and seals
SSI Protective covers over coach ports
3- Opening overhead hatches with new seals and 1 dorade
Double SS bow anchor roller
75LB CQR with 250' 3/8" galvanized chain
66LB Bruce Anchor with chain & rode
Small Danforth in lazerette with stern anchor roller
Bottom job with blister removal, 2000 epoxy barrier coat and bottom paint
14- Hull windows under toe rail replaced
4- New aluminum fuel tanks totaling 200 gallons
1- New aluminum 35 gallon holding tank
3- SS Water tanks holding 200 gallons
Sunbrella sailing bimini over cockpit w/ SS poles
Teak cockpit table
2- SS Fishing rod holders
Main cockpit Sunbrella bimini w/ stanchion extenders
Companionway dodger w/ SS poles
Forward deck Sunbrella canvas awning
Full exterior canvas including winch, hand rail and windlass covers
Johnson salt water wash down pump
Diesel cabin heater with seat
Aft lazerette with abundant storage and dive tank holders
SS Grab bars at companionway
Smoked Plexiglas companionway hatch
2 Part removable companionway ladder
Cockpit and deck scuppers
Port & starboard cockpit storage lockers
1- 20LB aluminum propane tank in vented locker w/ pressure gauge under helm seat
2- Spare 20LB aluminum propane tanks mounted port and starboard
Teak steering wheel with Sunbrella cover
2- Large opening hatches over the forward bow locker
Nav pods at helm, All SS fittings and bronze fill caps
SS & Bronze cleats at bow, amidships and aft
Emergency tiller with bronze access plate
Manual bilge pump
Spare anchor locker at the bow
Varnished teak cockpit coaming and hand rails
Exterior coach window covers
SS Mast support cradles
Port and starboard boarding ladders

Sails & Rigging

SS Wire standing rigging with upper and lower Staylocks
Aluminum Awl-gripped keel stepped mast with double spreaders and Awl-gripped boom
SS and StarBoard mast steps to top, Spartite 2000 mast wedge system
Awl-gripped solid boom vang
Tide Strong mast track system with lazy jacks
New 9.88 oz fully battened main sail with slab reefing and 2 reef points - 443 sq. ft.
Sunbrella Stack Pac main sail cover
New 7.88 oz 125% RF Genoa with Sunbrella cover - 783 sq. ft.
New 8.88 oz RF Staysail with Sunbrella cover - 217 sq. ft.
1- Storm Trisail with separate mast track, and some old sails that need to be recut, 135 Genoa, 150 drifter
Profurl roller furlers with new halyards and new sheets
New Ronstan mainsheet traveler with Ronstan blocks
Cabin top Meissner #22 2 speed winch
2- Barient #32 ST 2 speed sheet winches on cockpit coaming
2- Barient #28 ST 2 speed sheet winches on cockpit coaming
Mast winches= 2- Meissner #22, 1- Barient #22 and 1- Lewmar #40 self tailer
Mast cleats
SS Double sheet turning blocks
Outboard toe rail Genoa sheet traveler and blocks
Mid deck inside Staysail tracks and blocks
Forespar adjustable Whisker pole stored on fwd mast track

Mechanical Equipment

Yanmar 4JH4TE 75HP diesel engine showing 17 hours
Protected Yanmar engine control panel in cockpit
New SS prop shaft and 3 bladed 21x15 prop
Spurs line cutters
Racor filters for main engine and generator
Phazor K3 7Kw 120V diesel generator showing 19 hours
Fuel transfer/polishing manifold and 12V fuel transfer pump

Safety Equipment & Extras

Life Sling MOB in aft rail bag
2- Horseshoe MOB floatation buoys
MOB pole and flag
Manual fog horn
Hand held flares and 25mm Flare gun w/ 12G insert
ACR Global Fix Pro EPIRB Exp. 2/2017
Xintex propane fume detector
Life jackets
New foam mattresses with memory foam toppers & Lee boards
Condensation preventers under mattresses
All new soft goods with foam cushions
Copy and fax machine
Dock lines and fenders

Brokers Comments

This aft cockpit double ender was Completely Rebuilt in 2013 by this original owner. The boat was designed by Eva M. Hollman and built by Tayana in 1981. The vessel was finished in 1982. Eve Hollman was well known for designing the 50 foot FD-12 Flush Deck Cutter, The Flying Dutchman. This owner sailed her on the west coast, down to South America and all through the Caribbean for many years. When he moved to Ft. Lauderdale he brought the boat with him thinking that some day he would completely rebuild her and bring her back to her original glory or even better. So around 2010 he started the process of removing the teak decking and glassing the deck for a maintenance free surface, refurbished the solid teak interior and removed the engine and installed a new Yanmar 75hp turbo diesel now showing 17 hours. He rebuilt all systems including the electrical, the plumbing, the bilges, the tanks, purchased all new sails and roller furlers. Removed the mast and Awl-gripped both mast and boom adding mast steps and Awl-gripped the hull. Then he completely rebuilt the bottom letting it sit in the yard for many months allowing the bottom to dry out, repaired all blisters and added multiple coats of epoxy barrier 2000 and bottom painted her to perfection. He replaced the upper rudder bearing, replaced the SS drive shaft and reconditioned the 3 bladed prop. He replaced all of the hull windows, re-bedded all ports with new glass and seals, re-bedded the coach roof windows and repainted the hatches and added new seals. After all of that work was completed he installed all new standing rigging with upper and lower Staylocks, replaced all of the chain plates, Awl-gripped the decks with non-slip, added all new running rigging and rebuilt all winches. He removed most of the cockpit teak and added Starboard, varnished all the other exterior teak and added a sailing bimini, an aft deck awning, a forward deck awning, a dodger and moved on to all new electronics. The electronics include plotters, radar, linear drive autopilot, sounders, radios, multi function displays, electric windlass, satellite TV, ground tackle and the list goes on. Antoinette is now completed and ready for cruising with a 7Kw generator showing 19 hours, reverse cycle air conditioning and most everything needed for a blue water adventure. Add your personal belongings and sail away. 

Disclaimer
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.

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