ENGINE REMOVED FROM THE BOAT AND
A TOTAL ENGINE REBUILD WAS DONE, MARCH, 2018
The sole purpose of such a classic design as the Tayana 42’ is to sail all the oceans of the world and enter the most distant and dreamt of world ports. In the tradition of the Valiant 40, Pacific Sea Craft 40, Westsail 42,Tashiba and Baba ….all well known offshore sailing yachts, esteemed Yacht Designer Robert Harris, designed into this yacht, a true cutter rig, modified fin keel, skeg hung rudder, offshore safe cockpit and an interior meant for comfortable living, whether at sea or dockside.
He has incorporated into this sturdy double ender, both seaworthiness and ample interior space that offers steady and comfortable cruising. “KOKOPELLI” is a perfect example of a classic offshore design featuring an Aft Cockpit and incorporating a canoe stern, ALUMINUM SLOTTED TOE RAIL, dorades, opening ports, oversize rigging and quality construction as well as having one of the warmest, roomiest, most comfortable interiors available in a 42’ cruising yacht.
Built for living aboard and cruising she has a good sized head, teak cabin soles and custom, solid teak staving, along with huge berths and plenty of light and ventilation. Numerous lockers and drawers easily store an abundance of cruising gear. She features GLASS DECKS and is a much coveted STEP DECK, KEEL STEPPED MAST VERSION of this classic Tayana 42' and is even more sought after, because of her CLASSIC FORWARD PULLMAN BERTH.
The hull lines are fine, both at entry and exit; the modified fin keel is long and set well aft, providing for a quick, easily driven hull. There are no hard corners or big flat areas for the sea to hit. “KOKOPELLI” is a true cutter rig. This design combination readily separates the Tayana 42’ from other traditional yachts and offers ease of handling and lively performance. With her solid fiberglass hull and canoe stern, she is easily sailed by a couple in any cruising weather.
“KOKOPELLI” is a semi-custom built yacht, with 3 previous owners, never chartered, featuring such noteworthy options as, ALL GLASS DECKS, keel stepped mast, 4-Teak Opening Hatches, 7-Bronze opening ports and 4-framed fixed ports.
The Tayana 42’ was reviewed by designer Robert H. Perry in his "Sailing Designs" Book, (Port Publications, 1980), even before the first boat came off the production line. It is best described by Bob Perry's original quote, "The concept [of the Vancouver 42] is to provide a yacht, that is particularly suited to long offshore passages with little or no compromising in the direction of the production, an all purpose yacht." Further, "The Tayana 42 is built by the Ta Yang Yacht Building Company in Taiwan. Ta Yang has the reputation of being one of the most reliable and consistent yards in the orient. With the direction of Mr. Harris, they should produce a good product."
You MUST read the entire listing to fully appreciate this very beautiful and unique Tayana.
Cruising World 2017 and Sailing World have both identified the Tayana Vancouver 42 as one of the best blue water cruising sailboats available for less than $100,000. Kokopelli is one of the more desirable boats of this model due to the fact that the fuel tanks are fiberglass, she was built without teak decks, and the mast is keel stepped. These items coupled with the owners commitment to continual maintenance makes this boat a real find.
For additional information please
Call and talk PERSONALLY to
STANLEY DABNEY, the listing broker
OFFSHORE ATLANTIC YACHTS
at (772)223-1583) or cell (561-818-9235)
We bought Kokopelli in late 1994 in Charlestown, SC, trucked her cross country to Los Angeles, CA in early 1995. Over the next year plus, we fitted her for cruising and did several shake down trips to Catalina Island. April 1997 we sailed to Mexico where we spent a year. The next year we spent in Costa Rica and Panama, going through the Panama Canal in April 1999. We spent about 2 months in the San Blas Islands before heading east.
Kokopelli brought us to Cartegena, Colombia July 1999. Between Oct and Dec 1999 we traveled from Cartagena to Trinidad; through Aruba, Curacau, Bonaire, Venezuela, and finally into Chagaramas Bay, in Trinidad. This passage is described as one of the 10 most difficult passages in the world downwind. Kokopelli did this upwind with help from the weather. Since 2000, Kokopelli has been up and down island many times, stored for 2 hurricane seasons in Puerto Rico, 10 hurricane seasons in English Harbour, Antigua, and 3 hurricane seasons in St Martin. She was re-rigged in St Thomas, repainted in Antigua, had a new mainsail made in St Martin, and the chainplates replaced in St Martin. She's been sailed 6 months every year while in the Carribean, she's not a dockside queen, she is, a proven ocean going thoroughbred. .
The beautiful joinery has classic Tayana solid teak staving throughout. All doors are beveled and hand fitted, and the lockers are teak lined. The interior is finished with a satin varnish. Teak cabinet doors are louvered. Headroom is 6’4” or better throughout the boat and storage capacity can only be noted as “incredible” in a 2-cabin, custom layout including her CLASSIC FORWARD PULLMAN BERTH. All opening ports, hatches and the companionway are screened.
“KOKOPELLI” sleeps up to six people, two in the forward Pullman berth cabin, 2 in the main salon and 2 in the quarter cabin. The unique forward Pullman cabin design has a large Pullman berth to port, with starboard devoted to abundant lockers, seating area and storage. Under the Pullman berth are large drawers, and storage behind the drawers.
The port head is just aft of the Pullman-berth, with pressure hot and cold shower, hot and cold vanity and generous locker space. Directly across from the head to starboard, you will note a bank of 3 full length storage lockers with louvered doors and shelf over.
Next aft is the main saloon which features a port settee with drawers under and storage behind cushions and louvered storage cabinets above. To starboard, there is a "L" shaped settee with beautiful teak dining table with folding leaf. Behind is further storage behind and below cushions, bookshelves and lockers outboard.
Up two steps aft is a large port side, forward facing chart table and navigation station. The teak nav table/desk has generous storage under the desktop, plus 3-shelves behind a louvered door alongside the hull. Under the navigation seat is more storage space. Aft of the Nav seat is a large wet hanging locker with shelf over, followed by a quarter berth, a perfect offshore safe berth, where the "offwatch" crew can readily hear and assist the helmsman.
To starboard, is the classic “wrap around”, “U” shape configured, offshore galley, that will delight the gourmet, whether at sea or dockside, with drawers, extensive louvered lockers, large dry storage bins, refrigerator and storage door under. There is a deep double stainless steel sink, fully gimbaled 4-burner stove in a lined stainless steel compartment, and generous counter space, over cabinets and over/under counter stowage. There are opening ports over the stove area for added ventilation, making a total of 2-galley opening and screened ports, plus the companionway for light and air. The companionway steps access 3 hinged storage areas under the steps.
Light Green Marble Patterned Formica
Deep Double S.S. Sink
Refrigerator – Isotherm W.1-S.S. Holding Plate
4-Burner New Zealand Stainless Gimbaled Stove W/Oven &
Broiler, 3 burners work as intended, the right front burns
Yellow and sooty.
Safety Strap At Galley Stove
Solenoid Fuel Shut Off for Propane Stove
Pan and Tray Drawer Under Stove Recess
5-Gallon S.S. Hot Water Heater
Seagull Water Filter System On Cold Water In Galley
Hot and Cold Pressure Water in Galley
3-Sliding Louvered Cabinet Doors
1-Drop Down Box & Storage @ Sink
Robertson 100DL Autopilot
Furuno 1623 Radar (2009)
Garmin 198C GPS (2005) GPS MAP
Garmin 492C GPS (2008) GPSMAP
Raymarine I-50 Depth Sounder (2015)
Ritchie 6” Binnacle Compass W/Light, At Helm
ICOM M710 HAM/SSB Radio (2014)
2” Wide copper foil counterpoise, to aft Thru Hulls (1996)
JVC Stereo (2005)
ADS Indoor Speakers (1994)
Telephone Hookup (1987)
Standard Horizon Quest+ VHF Radio (2006), no remote microphone
Fleming Major 501 Windvane (2006) From Australia – W/2-Air Paddles
Dytek Temperature Gauge
There are separate house & engine battery systems that do not connect. Separate alternators, charging separate battery banks. BUT, above the house batteries are parallel switches in the cabinet at the Nav. Sta for connecting the banks. The house bank can be split into bank 1 and bank 2 using the panel switch, but the owners always leave them as a combined (BOTH) bank. The parallel switches are labeled (PAR 1 or PAR 2). Either can be used to combine all the batteries, engine and house banks. The anchor windlass runs on the engine battery bank system as does the remote oil pump-out system.
4-Golf Cart, Deep Cycle Batteries, 230 amp Hrs. Ea (Dec 2017)
1-4D Engine Starting Battery (Nov 2017) 1050 CCA
Volt & Amp Gauge
300 Watt “Exeltech” Pure Sine Wave Inverter (2004)
1-Overhead Galley Light
1-Overhead Nav Station Light
1-Soderberg, Red & White Light @ Nav. Sta
2-Overhead Salon Lights
2-Reader Lights On Fwd Bulkhead
1-Reader Light Over Quarter Berth
1-Overhead light Forward Cabin
2-Reader Lights Forward Cabin, Above Bed
1-Overhead Light In Head
1-Flourescent Light In Head @ Mirror Over Sink
1-Overhead Engine Room Light above packing gland
1-Overhead Light Under Cockpit Floor above the steering cables
1-Overhead Light Over Refrig. Opening
5-AC & DC Outlets
1-50' 30 amp Shorepower Cord
Vitron Battery Charger, 20A, 3-Banks, 120/240-50/60 (2013)
Bilge Float Switch is Johnson Ultimate (2015)
The topsides of “KOKOPELLI”, features a large unobstructed deck and cabin top, in this beautiful "Step-Deck" model of the Tayana 42. Safe & secure deck work is ensured with raised bulwarks, double fastened, extra heavy stanchion bases with double lifelines, teak handrails on coachroof and heavy stainless steel mast guards. The large and comfortable cockpit is self-bailing with oversized scuppers, designed for heavy weather sailing. Companionway has both offshore slide in slats, either wood or lexan and double louvered door for dockside living. Excellent visibility from all positions is consistent with the proven offshore capability that the sailing world expects from a serious bluewater yacht.
DECKS ARE GLASS, hull color is white and the whale stripe is a GORGEOUS AQUAMARINE color, complimented by Aquamarine Sunbrella dodger/bimini, side curtains and roller furling covers and extensive deck canvas.
White Glass Decks W/Light Colored, Contrasting Non-Skid
Saltwater Anchor Washdown
2 - Side Gates
Full Length Teak Rub Rail W/Sacrificial Bronze Striker Plate
Aluminum Slotted Toe Rail
30” High, ¼” S.S. Stanchions
Stainless Steel 1 ¼” Mast Pulpet (granny bars)
Double Stainless Anchor Bow Roller Assembly
Dual Anchor Snubber System W/5’8” 3-Strand
Teak Hand Rails, Full Length on Cabin Top
Teak Cockpit Table and binocular/drink holder
Teak Grating in Cockpit
Teak Cockpit Seats & Coaming Trim
Aquamarine Sunbrella Dodger W/Heavy Duty S.S. 1” Frame
Bimini, Shade Side Curtains, Dorade Covers, Hatch Covers Eyebrow Covers & Teak Grab Handle Covers, All in Aquamarine Teal Sunbrella
4-Teak Opening Deck Hatches W/Screens
5-Teak Dorade Boxes W/Dorade Vents & Screens
7-Opening Bronze Ports W/Screens
Folding Mast Steps To Masthead
Manual Bilge Pump in Cockpit
3-20 Gallon Aluminum Propane Tanks. Federal law per the CFR says Horizontal propane tanks built before 1998 are exempt from the OPD requirements. These 3 tanks have certificates good until 2021.
Keefe 1200 Watt Windlass, W/Bow foot Control & Remote Control @ Cockpit
Folding Swim Ladder S.S. 1” frame with 2 steps underwater
1-55# Delta Bow Anchor W/230’ 3/8” HT Chain (2011)
1-44# Bruce Bow Anchor W/62’ 3/8” HT Chain (2012) & 300’ 5/8” Rode
1- 45# Danforth High Strength Stern Anchor, W/50’ 3/8” HT Chain & ¾” Rode
Manual Bilge Pump in Cockpit
Abandon Ship Bag
PUR 6 Hand Operated Water Maker, Never Used, in Original Packaging
2- Fire Extinguishers (Jan 2018)
4-Flares for flare gun (Jan 18) – plus 3 SOLAS flares, 1 Is A Smoke Flare
100’ Floating Heaving Line
Horseshoe Attached To Heaving Line
Jacklines, Vinyl Coated Wire
6-Life Vests, 2 Are Offshore Type I
Lightening Strike Protector on mast head
Anchor Light @ Masthead
Foredeck light on mast
Steaming Light On Mast
2-USCG Approved portable Anchor Lights For Bow & Stern, use power Jacks in Cockpit & Windlass Locker
100,000 candle power 12V Searchlight W/power Jacks in Cockpit & Windlass Locker
Aluminum Isomat Mast, Keel Stepped
All Halyards Led Aft To Cockpit, Except Jib halyard, spinnaker halyard, & Topping Lift
Complete Set Spare Halyards
Insulated Backstay W/Staylock Fittings For Ham/SSB Radio
Manual Boom Vang
Sail Bags For All Sails
Profurl P40 Model Roller Furling
Full Batten Main 4-Battens By Quantum Sails, 10oz. Fabric W/ Battcars
Sobstad 120% Deck Sweeper Genoa W/Aquamarine Edge
Sobstad 93% High Cut Yankee Jib W/Aquamarine Edge
Sobstad 10 oz. Dacron Hank On Storm Staysail
Sobstad Hank On Staysail
Drifter/Reacher, ¾ oz. Ripstop Nylon W/Deployment Sock
Trysail – Never Used – W/Track On Mast
Wire Rigging Replaced 2003, Has 5000 Documented Miles On Rig
2-ST Anderson #52 Primary Winches (Cockpit)
2-ST Barlow #25 Secondary Winches (Cockpit)
1-ST Lewmar #40 Main Halyard Winch (Cabin Top)
1-ST Lewmar #30 Main Sheet Winch (Cabin Top)
1-Barlow #16 Outhaul Winch (Cabin Top)
1-Barlow Staysail Halyard Winch (Cabin Top)
1-Barlow #20 Jib Halyard Winch (@ Mast)
1-Barlow #20 Topping Lift Winch (@ Mast)
1-Barlow #16 Spinnaker Halyard Winch (@ Mast)
6-Rope Clutches (Cabin Top)
Westerbeke 70 hp Engine, removed & shop rebuilt March 2018
Remote Vertical Oil Filter Near Front Of Engine
Emergency Fuel Shut Off
Fresh Water Cooling System cleaned out or replaced Feb 2018
HBW 250 Transmission, seals and cooler replaced Mar 2018
2- FRP Fuel Tanks @65 Gallons Ea. = 130 Gallons Fuel
Fixed 3-Blade Prop 18” 12 Pitch - Bronze
2-Switchable Racor 500 Fuel Filters, serviced Mar 2018
1-Double Raw Water Sea Strainer, Groco model VD1, major service Feb 2018
2-Motorola (1-95 amps, 1-35 amps) Alternators
Non-Functioning, Dickerson “Chesapeake” Installed Cabin Heater
1-Eng. Driven Jabsco Bilge Pump W/Controls @ Nav Station
1-Automatic ITT Jabsco Bilge Pump Under Qtr Berth W/Controls @ Nav Station
1-ITT Jabsco bilge pump for shower water tank under salon floor W/ controls @Nav Station
1-Jabsco permanent mount oil change pump at front of engine, serviced Feb 2018.
Hard impeller blades, never need replacing.
1-Manual Groco, Model K Head, has long porcelain bowl
50 Gallon Fiberglass Holding Tank W/"Y" Valve & Overboard Deck Pumpout
2-100 Gallon S.S. Water Tank W/Dipstick Tank Meter Equals 200 Gallons Fresh Water
2-65 Gallon Fuel Tanks W/Dipstick & Tank Gauge Equals 130 Gallons Diesel Fuel
35 Gallon Fiberglass shower water sump, W/overboard pump out
1. Original Vancouver 42 layout designed with maximum storage for extended cruising.
2. Quarter berth to port, with access to under cockpit and quadrant. Shelf above on Port Side.
3. Dinghy lifting system – 3 large snatch blocks w/50’, 14mm line leading to primary winch in cockpit
4. Profurl P40 roller furler rebuilt 2009.
All bushings, bearings & Seals replaced.
5. Mast electronics have disconnection points at base of mast
6. Groco Model K toilet has 3 “Y” valves, tank or overboard, deck pumpout or overboard, pump out with manual pump. Pump is Henderson MK IV, replaced June 2015.
7. Delta Drogue W/3/4” line & shackle deployment system, never used
8. Cable cutters W/2 foot handles, never used
9. Pur 6 GPH watermaker, handheld in ditch bag, new
in original package
10. Garmin 12 handheld, in ditch bag
11. Outboard lifting system on rear pulpit, S.S. crane mounted on pulpit arch, using 4:1 block & tackle. O.B. Engine can fit in starboard lazarette.
12. Staysail self-tending club boom, staysail sheet to starboard secondary winch.
13. 1-80 cf, Aluminum dive tank.
14. Lazy Jacks to contain mainsail
15. Racor filters have approximately 10- 2 micron spare filters.
16. Freshwater pump on Westerbeke engine replaced.
17. Engine heat exchanger replaced 2013 has CU-NI (Copper Nickel) tubes. Pressure tested Mar 2018.
18. Spare heat exchanger, not original, but fits & works.
19. HBW transmission had new seals and cooler replaced Mar 2018.
20. Westerbeke starter motor rebuilt and installed Mar 2018
21. Raw water pump rebuilt and installed Mar 2018. Have used spare pump
22. Motor mounts replaced March 2015.
23. Isotherm refrigerator has new water pump, saltwater supply line and filter Dec 2017. New spare pump as a spare.
24. Spare ParMax 4 freshwater pressure pump.
25. Westerbeke 70 spares: FW hoses, all belts, diesel fuel pump, gaskets, thermostats, & many more items.
26. Bottom of boat epoxy treated in 1999, W/5 gal. Hemple epoxy barrier coat before repainting bottom.
27. Chainplates: aft lower polished & dye tested, March 2013, forward lowers replaced, March 2013, Intermediate/upper chain plates replaced, March 2013, aft chainplate replaced, March 2013.
28. Steering pedestal: entire system overhauled Feb. 2015, new bolts, cables & chain, all pulleys aligned.
29. Manuals for most systems, maintenance log available since 1995.
30. 2-sets of companionway storm boards, 1 set of teak boards, 7 pieces, 1” thick, 1 set of lexan boards, 3 pieces.
31. Decks are fiberglass…NEVER teak.
32. Hull color is snow white Awlgrip, painted 2006
33. Deck color is snow white Awlgrip, painted 2006, with non-skid Awlgrip, “Matterhorn”.
34. Air-X wind generator has amp meter, on-off switch & splitter diode. New printed circuit board, Jan 2012.
35. House batteries new Dec 2017, engine starting battery, new Nov 2017.
36. 2-Alternators – house bank is 90 amp Motorola type W/external regulator. Plus, has an alternator charge controller to override the regulator. The engine alternator is 35 amp Motorola type. Have a spare of each type alternator W/external regulator plus – 1 spare external regulator.
37. Electric bilge pumps – shower sump in head and the bilge use identical Par/ITT/Jabsco model 36600 pumps. The bilge pump was entirely rebuilt in 2013.
38. Anchor washdown pump – Shurflo Blaster new 2009. Hose in windlass locker.
39. ARC 406 EPIRB – battery good till 2016, in ditch bag.
40. Keefe windlass – major service, seals & grease in 2012, with chain & rope gypsy.
41. Solar charging – 2-80 watt Kyocera Panels + 20 watt Morningstar controller.
“KOKOPELLI” is equipped for bluewater passage making. She is a rare find, owned and operated by experienced sailors. All manuals, warranties, numerous Engine, rigging, and plumbing spare parts, and brochures are maintained aboard and will be passed on to her new owner. She sports the open layout with lots of light, built in bookshelves, tons of storage and the PULLMAN QUEEN BERTH forward.
“KOKPELLI” has been thoughtfully and expertly designed by the “best in the industry”, combining current technology for both comfort and speed. This results in a deck layout that would do justice to a Gran Prix yacht, an interior with accommodations that are consistent with extended, liveaboard, bluewater sailing, a standard of quality and luxury that those familiar with the highest quality cruising yachts, will readily acknowledge. Would-be buyers outnumber sellers, so if you are looking for a phenomenal yacht…. MOVE QUICKLY!” “KOKOPELLI” is a rare find and is well known by the listing broker . CALL HIM TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS.
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