This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $59,000
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Tayana / Cruiser
  • 1977 / Used
  • 37' / 11'6"
  • 1978 Perkins 4-108
  • 50 hp
  • 5080 hrs
  • Diesel

Cruisers 1977 Tayana Cruiser listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $59,000
  • Powered by single Perkins 4-108 / 50 hp / 5080 hrs
  • Off Market / since Jul 1st 2015

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Now in Florida!

Great fully equipped cruising boat!

No teak deck!

Bob Perry's Tayana 37 is one of the most popular cruising boats ever built. They've been built almost 700 of them over the course of 30 years of making the same model because they're so beloved. Their beauty, comfort and quality construction have stood the test of time. It's ready to cruise because the owners are cruising now. Don't wait. Someone will snap this one up in a hurry.

Boat Name

Builder: Ta Yang Yachts
Designer: Bob Perry
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Full

LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 6 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 37 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 23400 lbs
Ballast: 8000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1978
Engine Model: 4-108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 5080
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (40 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 1

Wind speed and direction
DVD player
Navigation center

Storm jib
Furling genoa
Battened mainsail

Steering wheel

Inside Equipment
Battery charger
Electric bilge pump
Marine head
Deep freezer
Sea water pump
Manual bilge pump
Air conditioning
Hot water
Fresh water maker

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit shower
Cockpit table
Teak cockpit
Solar panel
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Manual windlass

Mainsail cover
Genoa cover
Cockpit cover
Bimini Top


A few steps down from the cockpit leads to the saloon. To port is a U shaped galley. Just forward of the galley is a U shaped settee that converts to a double berth when needed. forward of the port settee is a shelf against the forward bulkhead and a Sodastream beverage maker is built in. Opposite, on the starboard side is a full length straight settee. The starboard settee pulls out to sleep two. Just aft of the starboard settee is a forward facing nav station. Aft of the nav station is a quarter berth which many cruisers use for storage. Nestled in the U shaped settee is a table. The sharp corners of the settees are ideal for sitting leaning back with your feet up to read or lounge. Just forward of the port settee is the head with access to the saloon and private access from the owner's cabin forward. In the passage to the owner's cabin on the starboard side beautiful handmade teak joinery provides ample storage. The owner's private cabin forward features a large vee berth and a large opening hatch for light and ventilation. Several opening bronze and glass ports and a classic teak butterfly hatch offer ample light and ventilation. Fans aid the ventilation and reverse cycle air conditioning make the interior comfortable in any weather while on shorepower.

  –  Sleeping accommodations for seven
  –  16,000 btu reverse cycle Marine Air Systems VCD 16K air conditioning with digital control
  –  Classic teak butterfly hatch in saloon for light and ventilation
  –  Many bronze and safety glass opening ports for light and ventilation
  –  12 volt fans for ventilation
  –  Dining table serves five
  –  Tremendous storage throughout
  –  Beautiful custom teak joinery


  –  3 burner Smev stainless steel propane cooktop
  –  Adler Barbour C200 4 cubic foot refrigerator with top opening
  –  Super efficient Engel chest freezer
  –  Deep stainless steel sink with hot cold pressure water
  –  Filtered drinking water tap at galley sink
  –  Lots of galley storage

  –  Salt water pump at galley sink
  –  Sodastream beverage system with 20# external CO2 tank


  –  4 Trojan T105 plus 6 volt house batteries - 3 years old - house bank capacity 450 amp hours
  –  12 volt engine start battery - 2 years old
  –  2 205 watt solar panels
  –  MPPT solar controller
  –  Xantrex 1800 I 110 volt inverter
  –  20 amp battery charger
  –  2 50' shorepower cords

Sails Rigging

  –  130% genoa on Harken roller furler - only 8 years old!
  –  Mainsail with stack pack

  –  Heavy duty storm staysail on Profurl roller furler - only 6 years old!
  –  All running rigging led aft to cockpit

Deck Hull

  –  No teak deck - never had it!
  –  100 gal. black iron fuel tank
  –  100 gal. stainless steel water tank
Bimini dodger

Dinghy davits

Manual windlass

  –  CQR 45# primary anchor with 150' chain and 100' rope rode
  –  CQR 35# secondary anchor with 30' chain and 200' rope rode
  –  Life Sling
  –  Jerry jug corral with 5 6 gal. jugs and sun cover
  –  Custom wind chutes over hatches
  –  Shadetree cover
  –  Magma Newport barbecue grill with 6# external propane tank
  –  Avon 4 person liferaft - out of date


  –  Raymarine C80 color chartplotter with radar overlay
  –  Raymarine 15 mile radome
  –  Raymarine ST60 autopilot control head
  –  Raymarine S30 course computer
  –  Raymarine Type 2 autopilot linear drive
  –  Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
  –  Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
  –  Standard Horizon DSC VHF radio at nav station
  –  Standard Horizon RAM mic with full VHF control mounted at helm
  –  ICOM IC-710 SSB radio
  –  ICOM AT 130 automatic tuner
  –  Jensen iPod compatible stereo

Engine and Mechanical

  –  Perkins 4-108 50 hp diesel engine, 5080 hours
  –  2 automatic bilge pumps
  –  Manual bilge pump
  –  100 gal. stainless steel water tank
  –  12 gal/hr Aquanu MD01 watermaker - cracked membrane end plug
  –  40 gal. fiberglass holding tank with macerator pump
  –  20 gal. fiberglass graywater tank
  –  6 gal. water heater
  –  Saltwater washdown pump