The Tayana 55 is designed by the Dutch Naval Architect and designer Pieter Beeldsnijder. The Tayana 55 is designed and built for serious cruising. The hull is one of the most durable, versatile, safest and best performing hulls in its class. The joinery inside is stunning, a testament to the incredible craftsmanship from the artisans at the Ta Yang Yacht Yard. Passat II is priced to sell and open to reasonable offers.
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Accommodations include 6 berths in 3 cabins. There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout. The forepeak/fox hole accessible via deck window currently used as a sail/fender locker. Inside the two forward cabins on each side of the hull benefit from two single berths in each cabin with plenty of hanging locker and storage space. Each cabin is en-suite with marine head and tall shower area. Moving aft is the airy saloon with curved cream seating and teak table to port. (folds in half to create coffee table and more space) with teak bookshelves above and stowage below. On the port side next aft of saloon the generator/workshop with side access to main engine. To Starboard lies the Nav station and seat with teak shelves, lockers and drawers. Followed by more cabinets and extensive galley along the stb side. Galley with Force Ten gimballed three burner cooker/oven, deep s/s double sinks with fresh & sea water electric and manual pumps, 12 Volt Fridge/Freezer. Plenty of storage lockers & cabinets. Aft is the very spacious master cabin accented with beautiful teak and mirrors giving it an even larger appearance. Large king size bed with cozy seat to starboard. Vanity dresser with mirror and seat, and plenty of lockers and storage. Access to en-suite heads with electric toilet, wash basin, shower pressurised hot and cold water and half bath. On deck aft of the centre cockpit is a good sized lazerette and gas bottle locker.
Located centrally aft of the saloon is the Perkins Sabre M135 diesel engine with ZF/Hurth hydraulic transmission. Aqua drive shaft, drip-less shaft seal, Spurs rope cutter. Gori 3 blade folding prop with over drive.
Northern lights M753 8 KW genset, new injection pump, injectors, fuel pump, etc. 2019
Masthead cutter rigged sloop with anodized aluminium mast and boom. Standing rigging & mast tangs replaced (Late 2018). Jib pole. Slab reefing main, fully battened with Harken battcar system (refurn 2019) furling headsail and staysail system. 2 x Electric primary self-tailing winches. Lewar winches 66, 52 & 43
Built in 1990 by Ta Yang Boat building, Taiwan. Passat II is a solid fiberglass hull, hand laminated according to Lloyds specifications. The mast is keel stepped. Teak decks new in 2006 and re-caulked in 2013. Anti osmosis treatment 2013.
Passat II is a classic Tayana 55. Her interior is an excellent layout with 2 cabins forward with ensuites and one large cabin aft with Kingsize bed, bathroom and proper separate shower. Galley and Nav station off to Stbd and Saloon seating to Port with engine room entrance there also. There is also a lazerette in the stern and bow 'foxhole' storage in the bow.
Passat II has a UK registration in Gibraltar and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.