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|Location||Hobe Sound, Florida, United States|
At Last is a 1989 Tayana 55 that has been fully restored by her present owner with an open checkbook.
She features a 2 stateroom teak interior with a gorgeous custom head and shower forward. The fully equipped galley is in the walk-thru which leads to the generous aft stateroom.
Please click on "full specs" for a complete description of this incredible yacht.
Upgrades by present owner include:
Teak deck removal and a new awlgrip surface done by Hinckley
New upholstery, canvas, cockpit cushions
Total engine room upgrade
New Dyform rigging
Upgraded air conditioning
And so much more......
Has Hull ID: Yes
Boat Hull ID: TYA 42046G889
Designer: Peter Beeldsnijder
Tax Status: Paid
Builder: Tayana Yachts
Keel Type: Fin Keel
Range: 8' 0''
Free Board: 5' 0''
LOA: 55' 0''
LWL: 56' 0''
Beam: 18' 0''
Cabin Headroom: 13' 0''
Maximum Draft: 9' 0''
Ballast: 17600.0 lbs
Displacement: 48000.0 lbs
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Drive Type: Direct
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Engine Hours: 2000
Engine Power: 135hp
Engine Location: Center
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 240 gal
Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 240 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 25 gal
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Windlass Type: Electric
"At Last"sleeps 5 in her two generous staterooms each with ensuite heads and separate shower stalls. The layout starting from the bow is as follows: The sail locker is forward, has a separate deck entrance and a custom reinforced bulkhead for bluewater safety. The salon is amidship and has a cockpit entrance, U-shaped sofa to starboard and L-shaped dinette to port. The dinette has a custom etched glass mirror and a custom table. The navigation station is aft of the dinette. An entrance to the workshop/engine compartment is between the navigation station and the companionway steps. The features of the workshop are an L-shaped workbench and cabinet/drawer tool storage. The engine can be accessed from all sides, including a cockpit deck hatchway. A companionway is forward of the salon with a large head with new fresh water flush head to port and a stall shower to starboard. Forward is a double berth to port a single berth to starboard. The custom forward area has a large amount of storage space and hanging lockers. A walk through galley is aft of the salon and starboard. The master stateroom has a walk around full berth, a new freshwater flush head to starboard and a shower with basin to port. A built-in swim step is on the stern of the vessel.
The galley is located to starboard along the walk thru to the aft stateroom. There is good headroom, light, and ventilation which makes meal preparation whether at anchor or underway a pleasant experience.
Stainless steel double sinks with hot and cold pressure water
Force 10 3 burner stove with oven
Front opening refrigerator and freezer
Numerous drawers and lockers for storage
Built-in microwave oven
Dinnerware and cookware included
The engine room on "At Last" is a thing of beauty. Skillfully organized and detailed it is a great workshop for any needed repairs.
Perkins 6-354 ,135 hp diesel engine with 2000 hours in excellent condition
Westerbeke 8kw generator with sound shield (2200 hrs)
Vetus 8 hp 10" 24 volt bow thruster
Reverso oil change system
16,000 BTU Webasto forward air conditioning (2014)
6,000 BTU Webasto master stateroom air conditioning (2018)
Raycor fuel filters
Numerous engine and generator spare parts
Raritan electric heads
2 X Raymarine C120 chartplotters, one at the helm and one at the nav station
Raymarine radar on gimballed mount
2 X Raymarine VHF radios
Speaker for cockpit VHF
Interface forward looking sonar
Monocular night vision
2 X Icom handheld VHF radios
B G Hydra 2000 wind instrument
Kenmore stereo with indoor and outboard flush mounted speakers
Westerbeke 8kw diesel generator with sound shield (2200 hrs)
Well designed electric panel at the chart table
4 X 8D batteries
Xantrex Link 2000 battery monitor
50 amp shore power cord
Rule 3700 bilge pump
Deck And Sails
Double spreader alloy mast and boom
Cutter rig with Profurl roller furling
SS stanchions with double lifelines
Maxwell electric windlass with foot switches
Aluminum toe rail
SS bow and stern rails
New Dyform rigging with stay lock and turnbuckles
New running rigging
Swim step with stainless steel boarding ladder
Hot and cold deck shower
Pressure anchor washdown
Deck pads for relaxing on deck
Foredeck mounts for dinghy
50 kg Bruce anchor with 300' of chain
Twin SS bow rollers
SS port lights
City water inlet
8 SS Vetus cowls
4 X Barient 28 2 speed self-tailing winches
2 X Barient 36 2 speed self-tailing winches
3 X Barient 27 winches on mast
Doyle Asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN sock
Doyle main genoa and staysail
Mainsail cover, hatch covers
Magnum Party sized propane BBQ
Removable outboard motor davit
Dinghy And Outboards
10 ' RIB dinghy
Yamaha 9.9 hp outboard (15 hrs)
Honda 2 hp outboard (40 hrs)
11' Jimmy Styks stand up paddleboard
Safety And Medical
8 man liferaft (needs service)
2 horseshoe buoys with water activated survival light
Lifesling ll personal rescue system
Fireboy, Halon engine room fire suppression system
2 composite propane tanks with Fireboy sensors in galley and bilge
Extensive first aid kit
Safety harnesses with jack lines
The Tayana 55 designed by the Dutch Naval Architect Pieter Beeldsnijder, recognized throughout the world as premiere designer.
To many experienced "real world" cruisers, the Tayana 55 Center Cockpit, was at its inception and continues to be the ultimate cruising yacht.
It is apparent once aboard this vessel, that nothing is an "afterthought", it was designed and built for serious cruising.
The hull is one of the most durable, versatile, safest and best-performance hulls in its class. The clean flush deck forward provides delicious space for sail handling and even dinghy and life raft storage.
The deck access storage both forward in the sail locker and in the huge aft full beam lazarette is unsurpassed.
The wide (16'2") beam of T55 provides excellent form stability and is spacious with excellent storage throughout.
Few yachts of this size have a full stand-up engine room with workbench and terrific access to its machinery.
There is not a better value in a yacht of this class, of this size on the market.
Strength, performance, comfort, style, and elegance describe this beautifully designed legend. With its two stateroom layout "AT LAST" offers unbridled room and comfort for its owners, passengers, and guests.
The meticulously maintained solid teak interior reflects a period when craftsmanship and abundance of fine woods was the everyday. Fine marble counter tops enhance the elegance of the powder blue leather upholstery in the vessels custom interior.
For the past seven years, this vessel has undergone an extensive renewal, restoration and upgrade as the vessels owner demanded the very best in appearance and function.
A walk-in engine room that has been beautifully renewed, maintained and customized for function makes the mechanical upkeep and service of all systems and easy task.
Her spacious deck makes for unhindered lounging and effortless working room while sailing, tying up and letting go.
AT LAST sets the standard for beauty and function and is without question the finest example of a Tayana 55 on the market today.
AT LAST is truly a vessel in turn key condition ready for an immediate worldwide tour departure.
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.
This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.