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Majestic58' Tayana 58 Deck Saloon 2006

$ 494,500

"Majestic" is a custom built Tayana 3 cabin 58' Deck Salon with literally the best of everything a vessel can have installed for safe and comfortable for world cruising.

                 Her luxury teak interior is in nearly new condition.

This yacht can be easily cruised by a couple utilizing her three electric cockpit winches "Push button sailing", solar panels, inside steering station, Leisure Furl Boom, bow thruster, air conditioning and heating for 3 zones, enclosed center cockpit, and twin bow anchors for holding in heavy weather conditions. 

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Seattle Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


  • Price USD:$ 494,500
  • Builder:


  • Model:

    58 Deck Saloon

  • Year:


  • Location:

    San Diego, California, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 58 ft 0 in
  • Display Length: 58 ft
  • Beam: 16' 1"
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 250 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 320 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar Yanmar 4LH-HTE
  • Engine 1: 2006 2061.00 HRS 140.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:

The Tayana 58 is designed by the Dutch Naval Architect and designer Pieter Beeldsnijder. The hull is one of the most durable, versatile, safest and best performing hulls in its class. The wide beam easily accommodates a three- or four-cabin layout, and few if any yachts of its size can carry it’s standard three-cabin layout with a full standup engine room and workbench so effortlessly. The Tayana 58 can be easily handled by a cruising couple by incorporating modern sailing technologies. The deck saloon provides light, air, visibility, and protection. Extra large tankage for both fuel and water is another gained feature of the raised sole in the deck saloon.

Steering - Pedestal steering, Edson cable - S-S 40" Destroyer-type wheel - Teak emergency tiller - S-S Rudder shaft Spars - Rigging - Aluminum mast(s) & boom(s); mast(s) with electric conduit, deck light(s), & halyards - Standing rigging, stainless steel with swaged terminals Sails - Mainsail, Dacron with reef points - Jib, 100 percent Yankee, Dacron - Staysail, Dacron -

Interior - Teak joinery & cabinetry throughout - Teak & holly cabin sole - Teak veneer in all lockers - Corian counters in head & galley - Teak framed mirror in head(s) - Interior teak handrails - Easily removable head liner - Teak ceiling on all exposed hull areas - Teak fiddles and teak trim on counters & tables - Four inch foam cushions - Solid teak doors & frames - Engine room sound insulated,  - Hot water heater, 110 volt & engine heat exchanger  - Hot & cold pressure water system to heads, galley, & other areas as required - One high-capacity manual bilge pump - heavy duty electric bilge pump - Bilge pump strainers - Seacocks on all through-hull fittings - Shower sump tanks with 12 volt pumps in each shower stall

Electrical - Four 200 amp hour 12 volt batteries & FRP boxes - Twelve 12V cabin lights overhead & eight reading lights - 12 volt Electrical system with three-way switch, Newmar electric panel with breakers, voltmeter, ammeter & 12 volt power outlets throughout the yacht - 110 volt Electrical system with 50 amp shorepower plug, Newmar electric panel with breakers & voltmeter, ammeter, & 110 volt outlets throughout the yacht - International running fights in accordance with IMCO rules - 12 Volt deck floodlight(s) - 12 Volt anchor light - Electrical system totally bonded

Engine - Machinery - Dripless shaft gland - Bronze three-blade propeller on 1.5 inch S-S shaft - Fiberglass drip pan - Engine room blower - Diesel engine, Yanmar, freshwater cooled, 140 hp. - Engine cooling water intake strainer

Deck - Hardware - Hand-laid FRP, cored deck, white - Molded non-skid on deck and deckhouse - Teak cockpit seats and floor - FRP Cockpit coaming - Aluminum hatches - Stainless steel opening ports - Teak exterior handrails - Swimming ladder, S-S, mounted on molded swim - dive platform on transom aft - Double stainless steel anchor sprit with stainless steel rollers - Chain locker & one deck pipe - S-S Stanchions with vinyl covered double lifelines with gates P&S - S-S Bow pulpit - S-S Stern pulpit - Aluminum toe rail with hawse holes & mooring cleats (six) - Dorade vents with FRP boxes - Propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks, vented overboard - Lazarette hatch - Two coaming lockers - Aluminum mainsheet traveler with roller car - Aluminum staysail tracks with cars - Aluminum genoa tracks with cars - Winches, Lewmar, Cutter: - Two 66CST jib sheet winches - Two 54CST secondary sheet winches - Two 44CST main sheet winches - One 48CST halyard winch - One 40CST halyard winch - One 30CST halyard winch - Winches, Lewmar, - Two 66CST primaries with handles - Four 54CST sheet winches - Two 42CST halyard winches -- Instrument console mounted on seahood -  Plexiglas weather boards


  • Simrad AP25 autopilot,
  • Ritchie Power damp compass,
  • Raymarine E120 with radar (48 mile) and chart plotter,
  • Raytheon ST60 Tridata,
  • Raymarine ST60 wind instrument,
  • Interphase Color Twinscope forward looking sonar
  • ICOM Command Mic VHF


Navigation station:

  • ICOM HF Marine IC-M802 transceiver
  • ICOM IC-M602 VHF
  • Raymarine E80 radar/plotter
  • Satellite telephone
  • Simrad AP26 autopilot


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