The Tayana 58 is designed by the Dutch Naval Architect and designer Pieter Beeldsnijder, who is recognised throughout the world as a premier designer. Astraea is designed and built for serious cruising, and highly specified for this purpose. The hull is one of the most durable, versatile and safest performing hulls in its class. The wide (16'2") beam of the 58 easily accommodates a three cabin layout; and few if any yachts of its size can carry it's standard three cabin layout with a full stand up engine room and workbench so effortlessly. Early viewing recommended.
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in blue.
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Teak laid decks.
Scrubbed teak cap rail.
Fin keel with skeg.
“Sugar scoop” with teak-faced steps.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
55kg Rocna anchor with 150m of 13mm chain (regalvanised March 2016).
Danforth kedge and spare anchors with 100m of 25mm nylon warp.
The double anchor roller fitting is modified with ‘cheeks’ fitted and a through pin to prevent the chain from jumping out in severe conditions. A chain stopper is also fitted.
Maxwell 3500 electric windlass with remote hand control.
Gate in pushpit to steps and passerelle.
Passerelle – carbon fibre with handrail.
Folding stainless steel bathing ladder with teak steps.
Varnished teak doors and drop-down washboards to main companionway.
Stainless steel (Manship) deck hatches, portlights and opening hull portholes with deadlights and screens.
Sprayhood integral with substantial Bimini, which covers entire cockpit with windows all provided with sunscreens.
Aft deck awning.
Cockpit cushions, covers for cockpit table, pedestal and steering wheel.
All above in Sunbrella.
All over fitted ‘winter’ cover.
Hot and cold aft deck shower.
Forward and aft seawater wash for anchor, etc.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Fitted cushions and backrests provide comfortable seating.
Varnished fixed cockpit table with stainless steel frame and folding leaves, incorporating handhold and small insulated icebox.
Single wheel Edson pedestal type steering, centrally mounted.
Chartplotter and instrument pod.
Wheel steering with leather cover.
Outboard crane on port side of stern arch.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit – latter with top rail extended to side gates.
32” high guard wires x 3.
Stainless steel fairleads, stainless steel/alloy mooring and cockpit cleats.
Samson post, centrally placed.
Stainless steel dorade vents with rope guards mounted each side of the forward hatch.
A dinghy can be accommodated on the foredeck where it fits neatly between the forward hatch and the mast.
Lazarette locker with two hatches on gas struts. In addition to being a large storage space this houses the steering quadrant and autopilot control gear.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Stainless steel stern arch supports the radar scanner, nav/communications antennae and kedge anchor.
Two gas lockers each capable of holding two large US style gas bottles. Both lockers vented overboard; starboard used for gas and port for petrol, oils, etc.
Gas barbecue permanently mounted on pushpit adjacent to gas locker.
Electric ‘warping’ capstan (Maxwell 1500) on aft deck.
MAST and RIGGING
Seldén aluminium spars.
Seldén in-mast furling mainsail.
Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2008).
Dacron running rigging (new 2008).
Furlex furling genoa.
Whisker pole and cruising chute.
Solid rod kicker/vang.
Backstay adjuster - manual.
Foresail furling – Furlex.
Staysail furling – Furlex. Staysail is self-tacking.
By Lewmar, all self-tailing:
2 x 68 CEST single speed electric genoa.
2 x 54 CEST single speed electric spinnaker/staysail.
2 x 46 CST dual speed mainsheet, manual.
1 x 40 CST dual speed halyard, manual.
1 x 48 CST dual speed halyard, manual.
Whisker pole and cruising chute.
All sails by UK Halsey.
Anchor tri-sail (2008).
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon.
Passage berth in saloon with fitted lee cloth.
Interior joinery finished in Teak.
Full headroom throughout.
Cabin sole in teak and holly.
Cream leather upholstery.
Surfaces in galley and heads in Corian in flecked cream with moulded upstands.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Lee screens to all berths.
Curtains system to windows in all cabins.
Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches.
Flyscreens to all opening ports.
9 x fans to all berths, saloon and galley.
Weems and Plath clock/barometer.
First main collision bulkhead is watertight.
Forward is a small rope/fender locker and aft of this is the chain locker.
The 150m of 13mm chain is kept as far aft as possible and separate from the accommodation.
A two-part deck hatch serves this compartment.
A separate electric bilge pump and float switch is installed together with provision (by valve) to allow water from this forward compartment to run into the main bilge, should the electric pump not function.
FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
Double berth with split mattresses and storage underneath, housing also the
bowthruster motor, forward air conditioning unit and four of the six ‘house’ batteries.
Dressing table, hanging locker and seating.
Abundant drawers and lockers for storage.
PORT TWIN CABIN
With bunk beds, drawers, hanging locker and desk.
Raritan electric toilet with separate holding tank.
Hand basin and shower.
When open the bathroom door can shut off the entire forward accommodation to become a self-contained suite.
Forward facing chart table at starboard aft end of saloon with seat.
Communication and navigation equipment.
A 12V dedicated electronics battery is stowed under the chart table seat.
Two steps lead up to the light and airy saloon from the forward passageway.
To port is a large folding table with icemaker and saloon seating around with storage space underneath (also housing two engine start batteries and the main air conditioning unit).
The table opens out to seat eight with two movable stools.
There are two armchairs to starboard with storage under (two of the ‘house’ batteries occupy the space under one of the armchairs).
A small table between the armchairs houses a cocktail cabinet.
Above the settee to port is a locker containing a television.
A door on the portside leads into the engine room/workshop.
Full stand-up height engine room and workbench.
The engine room is lined with 2” sound insulation for noise reduction.
Bosch washing machine 8kg (new 2017).
An engine room blower is installed for hot weather use.
To starboard with storage lockers and drawers. Hinged rubbish bin.
Access to the engine by means of a panel under the sink unit.
Double stainless steel sinks with macerator pump.
Force 10 gas cooker oven and grill with three burners, electric safety solenoid.
Sharp microwave with grill.
Two keel-cooled refrigerators.
One generous keel-cooled deep freeze.
OWNER’S AFT DOUBLE CABIN
Double berth with split mattresses and stowage underneath, where the aft air conditioning unit is also housed.
A hatch over the berth provides light and ventilation and is equipped with a folding emergency ladder.
There is seating either side of berth, a vanity unit, two hanging lockers and storage.
Raymarine instrument repeater.
Access to the portside en suite head.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Raritan electric toilet with separate holding tank.Hand basin and large shower cubicle.
Access to the engine via hatches from the cabin and the head.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
4 x loud speakers (2 in cockpit).
TV with DVD player.
Yanmar 4LHA-DTP, 4-cylinder, 200Hp at 3300RPM Diesel Engine. (Annually serviced).
Maximum speed 9 knots.
Cruising speed 6.5 knots.
Approximately 2,600 at June 2017.
Shaft drive to Brunton Varifold propeller.
Spare 3-bladed fixed propeller.
Rope cutter on shaft.
150A/24V engine alternator.
8A/12V engine alternator.
Northern Lights 10kVA generator.
Approximately 1,215 at June 2017.
Vetus 24V bowthruster.
Stainless steel wire and quadrant system (also incorporates the Raymarine autopilot rams, etc.)
3 x reverse cycle air conditioning units.
U-Line 230V icemaker under saloon table.
Spectra Newport (rated 400 US gallons / day).
1,143 litres approximately (251 imp gallons/302 US gallons) in two aluminium tanks.
796 litres approximately (175 Imp gallons/210 US gallons) in two stainless steel tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Hart Systems Incorporated (pneumatic).
Holding tanks – Tankwatch 4.
Immersion water heating system and engine calorifier.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD
Additional manual and freshwater foot pumps.
200 litres approximately (44 Imp gallons/53 US gallons) in two stainless steel tanks.
Both heads have separate holding tanks. These are installed in lockers; waste from the head is pumped into the holding (black water) tank and then via a valve can be dumped overboard by gravity. Provision is also made for deck pump out. This simple system does away with the usual mass of piping, valves and macerator pumps, etc.
Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
12V/24V DC and 230V AC.
220V and 24V ring mains with 3-pin and 2-pin outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
At chart table and in all cabins.
6 + 3 batteries.
Domestic: 600Ah at 24V.
2 x 12V engine start batteries.
1 x dedicated 12V electronics battery.
Victron Quattro 5kVA.
Phoenix Multi Control.
BEP Multi Matrix multi-meter.
24V DC:12V DC converter.
2 x 220V/30A.
20m shore power cable.
30m shore power cable.
Almost all LED lighting.
Dimmers to main saloon, forward and aft cabins.
Reading lights to all berths.
Automatic lights to all hanging lockers.
LED strip lights and downlight halogen lights in heads.
Red ‘night lights’ throughout.
Red LED at chart table.
Searchlight (handheld rechargeable battery type).
Dimmable LED cockpit light.
Deck floodlights on mast and stern arch.
Lopolight LED navigation lights including tri-white masthead light and integral anchor light.
Halogen lights in lazarette, engine room etc.
Ritchie compass (new 2008).
Raymarine Raytheon echo sounder (new 2008).
Raymarine speed display (new 2008).
Raymarine log display (new 2008).
Raymarine wind display (new 2008).
Raymarine satnav (new 2008).
Echopilot FLS Silver 111 forward looking sounder.
Raymarine GPS (new 2008).
Raymarine radar (new 2008).
Raymarine Plotter with charts (new 2008).
Digital Yacht AIT 250 Class B receiver/transmitter.
Raymarine autopilot (new 2008).
Furuno Navtex unit (new 2008).
Icom IC M504, repeater in cockpit.
Portable VHF Icom IC M34.
Icom IC M802.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
Backstay insulator – Petersen.
Viking 8 man liferaft (2008).
McMurdo 406 EPIRB (new 2008).
4 x auto bilge pumps.
1 x manual bilge pump.
A panel at the chart table controls the four separate automatic bilge pumps.
Raymarine MOB ‘Lifetag’ system.
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys (1 with light).
Lifesling mounted on port side.
8 x fire extinguishers.
1 x automatic extinguisher.
Automatic fuel shutdown system.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Mast mounted Raymarine loudhailer/horn.
First main collision bulkhead is watertight.
Warning lights in cockpit if main freshwater or bilge pump running.
Granny bars at mast.
Flares (replaced 2017).
AB 10 AL dinghy (new 2008).
Mercury 4-stroke, 15Hp outboard engine (new 2008).
WARPS AND FENDERS
Crockery for 8.
Cutlery for 8.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
Complete set of instruction manuals for all equipment.
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Inventory verified by the owner.
Issue 1 (GR/OB/lh)
In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.
Ipswich, Suffolk IP2 8NJ