1991 Ta Shing Yachts Tashiba 40
She is beautifully balanced with a wonderful feel at the helm, and what's more, has some of the best interiors to be seen in cruising yachts.
1991 Ta Shing Yachts Tashiba 40
June 2022 - Two coats of high gloss varnish applied to all exterior bright work and a fresh coat of white Interlux applied on the bow sprit. She looks like new!” Teak is clean and with several coats of varnish.
Designed by renowned yacht builder, Robert Perry, this Tashiba 40 cutter rigged sailboat with rounded stern and long keel design offers a very stable, fast and powerful sailboat. The interior plan offers comfort for two cruising couples with a double stateroom forward and a guest cabin aft. The main salon has a large dinette with seating for six. The galley, with its Keyhole configuration offers both security at sea and handiness in layout. The joinery work is crafted with painstaking attention to detail. Wood is carefully selected to match both grain and color. The varnish is flawlessly smooth to the touch. Her lines follow ancestry back to traditional Scandinavian double-enders. Under the waterline is a full keel with a cutaway forefoot and as with many of the Perry full keel designs, the keel meets the bilge of the hull without the traditional "wine glass" section blend. The hull shape is beamy offering good interior space. She is beautifully balanced with a wonderful feel at the helm, and what's more, has some of the best interiors to be seen in cruising yachts.
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Plumbing and Tankage:
The U-Shaped galley features a three burner gimbaled propane stove and oven, double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water, a large ice box, a microwave and a variety of storage options including cabinets, drawers, bins, and counter space. The galley is well positioned by the companionway to serve meals to both the cockpit area and into the salon dining area.
The Tashiba 40 features a very bright and spacious layout with 6'5" headroom throughout. The workmanship and quality of materials throughout the boat are exceptional. She is an incredibly beautiful and spacious two stateroom vessel of the highest quality. The classic interior layout makes good use of all the available space and you will want for nothing. The spacious salon gives you lots of room and with the sleeping cabins forward and aft there is plenty of room for a family or two couples.
Starting forward the master stateroom has a queen sized, true V-Berth arrangement with a filler panel to make a really wide double berth. The hull sides are Teak staving with shelving to port and starboard. There are nine lockers. The cabin provides access to the chain locker up forward. There is a beautiful privacy door as well. Just aft to port is the large head. The vanity has a stainless steel sink with a single lever Moen faucet. There are three lockers providing ample storage. The stall shower is spacious with a with teak shower grate. Ventilation is provided with an opening port. Next, to aft, the salon is traditional and lovely. To starboard there is a spacious comfortable settee with two lockers outboard and a fiddled book shelf above and outboard. Forward is a bureau with three cubbies and shelf with a locker below and a cedar-lined hanging locker with shelf. To port of the salon is a lazy U-Shaped settee surrounding the beautiful Teak dining table. There is a bulkhead cubby and the mast has a beautiful Teak surround. There is storage everywhere with ample storage lockers behind settee back. The Navigation Station is aft to starboard of the settee. The large chart table has a lift up top and uses the settee end for seating. The electrical breaker panel is right there as well. The galley to port is well appointed and provides all the amenities. The private guest stateroom is aft with a comfortable double berth. There is a cedar-lined hanging locker, bureau and shelving, three under berth drawers and a mirrored bulkhead cabinet. There is good ventilation and light with many opening ports and several overhead hatches.
Deck, Rigging and Sails:
NOTE: The Mainsail was sent to Chicago for cleaning (2X) and does not require at this time as it is in very good condition!
Forward to port is the head, offering a stall shower and a washbasin/toilet area that is expansive.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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