Hither & Yon is a beautiful example of a true bluewater cruiser. Set up to be sailed with a couple or small crew, she has everything needed to make life onboard comfortable as you explore what the world has to offer.
Through the companionway is the spacious main salon with an L-shaped dinette to port and an L-shaped settee and navigation center to starboard. Warm, traditional teak joinery is everywhere and shines like new. Large wrap-around windows keep the living spaces bright, and the exceptional headroom will make any tall sailor smile. The oversize navigation area has all the equipment needed to safely navigate away from the helm and plenty of space to double as your office away from home.
Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout, including a teak & holly cabin sole; Interior teak handrails; Teak fiddles and trim on counters & tables; Solid teak doors & frames; Teak chart & dinette table tops
Dining area with table and seating for up to 8
Bar and entertainment area
Custom upholstery on dinette and settee (2017)
Custom headliner and light fixtures (2017)
All lights are LED
Marincold air conditioning/heating system throughout (5 units total; new pump in 2017)
Forward of the main salon is the guest suite featuring a double cabin to port with ensuite sink/shower, a third stateroom to starboard with stacked bunks and a full ensuite head, and a single crew cabin forward with its own head and sink.
New Vacu-Flush toilet in starboard guest head (2017)
Sanitation hoses replaced on both guest and crew heads (2017)
Both cabins have generous storage in hanging lockers and drawers
Aft is the master cabin, equipped with a large double berth on centerline, a private head w/ separate shower stall, a hanging locker, and plenty of storage space. Several opening ports provide exceptional light and ventilation.
Settee/single berth to starboard
Vanity/desk to port
Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout
New Vacu-Flush toilet (2017)
Sanitation hoses replaced (2017)
Hither & Yon has a spacious and well equipped galley that any chef would be excited about. Corian counter tops provide plenty of work space and numerous teak upper & lower cabinets offer generous storage for all of your gadgets and provisions.
Seafrost 24V DC refrigeration system (2011)
Large freezer (10 cubic feet) (2011)
2 refrigerators & 1 freezer - each with independent thermostats and refrigeration compressors
Bottle cooler & fridge
Ice maker (2010)
Force 10 - 4 burner propane stove with oven & grill
Twin s/s sinks
Vetus gas detector fire blanket
Hull and Deck
The Tayana 65 was designed to produce a boat that would outperform the competition in its size range in both boat speed and interior volume, while using quality materials and the best craftsman. The result is an unbelievably practical and sturdy boat that can withstand whatever lay ahead. On deck, wide teak side decks and strategically placed grab rails provide a secure feeling underway and ease of movement from bow to stern. Powered sail handling allows for easy maneuverability and all lines are lead back to the safety of the cockpit. The high center cockpit is comfortable and dry, and provides excellent visibility to what lies ahead.
Hand-laminated fiberglass hull with mat and woven rovings, isophthalic resins, and an isophthalic gelcoat on all exterior fiberglass surfaces
A matrix of foam-cored stringers in the lower hull provide maximum hull stiffness
Skeg-mounted rudder, with internal stainless steel rudder post and integral stainless steel reinforcement provides for good tracking and control response
Teak laid decks on 2" end grain balsa core sandwich with isophtelic resin
Three blade Max Prop (rebuilt by PYI 2016 and has less than 25 hours on it)
Size 2000 Sleipner Bow Thruster (New 2002, new seals 2007)
All seacocks serviced 2012
Rudder bearings inspected and serviced 2011
Sail locker forward with watertight bulkhead
Large lazarette aft
Whitlock wheel steering with hydraulic ram assist rudder pump on board
Cockpit steering console with repeaters for autopilot, instruments & engine gauges
(2) depth finder transducers
All manuals organized in binders for easy & complete reference
Caterpillar 3208, 210 HP (est. 3700 hours)
Stuffing box was repacked with new high tech GTU Gore Shaft Packing in 2016. There is also onboard enough to do the entire packing again when needed.
AquaDrive thrust bearing mounted on propeller shaft (isolates nearly all vibration to allow for a smooth and quiet boat. Serviced 2016)
Northern Lights M584 25 KW generator (rebuilt 2009 - 5800 hours on original hour meter which was not replaced at time of rebuild)
220 VAC Village Marine Watermaker (26 GPH - winterized)
Washer/Dryer Combo (220V - winterized)
Avon 10 person liferaft (Last inspected 2011; needs re-certification)
Caribe 12' dinghy (2011)
15HP Tahatso outboard (2012)
Electric Dinghy Davits (2012)
Dodger, Bimini, Sun shades (new 2011)
Cockpit cushions (2011)
Docklines, fenders, boathook
Magma grill (2017)
Reverso oil change system - main engine and generator
LED lighting throughout
Numerous spares for most systems
Spare watermaker membranes
New aluminum propane tank (2017)
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.