Builder: Ta Yang Yachts
Designer: Bob Perry
Perkins 4-108 1850 HRS
Diesel: Stainless steel 100 gal midships under cabin sole.
Water: 40 gal W/water maker.
Double berths: 3
Single berth: 1
-SSB/HAM RADIO: ICOM IC-M710
-SignaLink USB sound card for SSB/HAM
-AIS: ICOM MA-500 TR transponder
-EPIRB: ARC Globalfix Pro
-Raymarine C80 color chartplotter with radar overlay
-Raymarine 15 mile radome
-Raymarine ST60 autopilot control head.
-Raymarine course computer
-Raymarine Type 2 autopilot linear drive.
-Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
-Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
-Standard Horizon DSC VHF at nav station
-Standard Horizon Ram mic with full VHF control at helm
-Jensen IPod compatible stereo
-Six 12 volt fans to keep you cool when no AC power is available for the onboard AC.
ENGINE AND MECHANICAL
-Perkins 4-108 50 HP 1850 HRS
-Two automatic bilge pumps with high water alarm.
-Manual bilge pump
-Seven gal per hour Aquanu MD01 water maker
-40 gal fiberglass holding tank with macerator pump.
-20 gal fiberglass gray water holding tank.
-6 gal water heater.
-Salt water washdown pump. For anchor etc.
-Power tools include drill motor, grinder, sander that run off of inverter.
Sails and Rigging
-Full batten main, New stack pack.
-130% genoa, on Harken roller furler
-Storm staysail, on Profurl roller furler
- Crown CR-220 golf cart batteries, four total new in Jan. 2020
-12 volt engine start battery
-410 watts solar
-MPPT solar controller w/ spare board.
-Xantrex 1800 110 volt inverter
-20 amp battery charger
-Two 50' shore power cords
DECK AND HULL
-No teak deck, never had it.
-New LED anchor light
-Bimini and Dodger
-Simpson Lawrence 555 windlass
-CQR 35lb secondary anchor with 60' chaine and 200' rode
-Danforth 25Lb anchor with 200' rode.
-Mantus 65Lb anchor with 284'of Peerles USA 5/16 chain all new Jan 2020
-Built 1978, Draft 5' 8'', air draft 56'
-Max Air 35 dive compressor
-Four aluminum 80 dive tanks
-Two sets of mask fins and snorkels
-Honda EU 1000 generator
-Two fishing poles and tackle
-110 volt sump pump
All cruising gear will stay on board. Cruising guides, oil and filters, trans oil etc. Everything needed to cruise stays onboard. Bedding, dishes, pots and pans etc. Two spare starters and two spare alternators. Spare steering cables and clamps. We have never needed to plug into power as our solar panels provide our power needs.