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2005 Tayana CC Staysail Sloop

Honolulu, Hawaii


From Robb Ladd Yacht Design comes the Tayana 64 Deck Saloon Center Cockpit. Ladd has created a hull form with a wide beam at the deck with moderate beam at the waterline to provide spirited sailing performance and accommodate the raised saloon deck house most elegantly.



Basic Boat Info

Tax Status: Not Applicable
Make: Tayana
Model: CC Staysail Sloop
Year: 2005
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: ROB LADD, NA
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: TYA64001A405
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Fin Keel


Length: 64 ft
Length Overall: 65 ft
Length Of Deck: 63'8 ft
Waterline Length: 55'9 ft
Beam: 18'1 ft
Max Draft: 7'8 ft
Displacement: 61,098 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'6 ft
Ballast: 21054 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4LHA-DTP
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 160hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 BladeBronze, Feathering
  • Engine Location: Center
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Year: 2005
  • Engine Hours: 3,375


Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Sloop, Center Cockpit


John Dukesherer
Aloha! We look forward to working with you and helping make your dreams come true.
Honolulu Yacht Brokerage International LLC


Honolulu Yacht Brokerage International LLC
24 Sand Island Access Road
Honolulu, HI, US, 96819
Tel:808-528-(BOAT ) 2628

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



LOA: 64 feet   LWL: 55.75 feet   Beam: 18.08 feet
Displacement: 61098 pounds    Ballast: 21000 pound
Cruising Speed: 8.5 knots          Max Speed: 10.5 knots


Fuel: 540 gallon                           Water: 306 gallon





Stepping below decks is quite the experience on this beautiful Tayana. You will instantly recognize the high quality joinery with all the attention to detail that you would expect from a yacht of this caliber. The beautiful satin varnish and solid teak doors with dovetailed drawers and high quality fixtures. The stainless steel ports and the ocean hatches in addition to gorgeous salon windows provide plenty of light and ventilation, which is what the deck salon configuration is famous for. "Shalimar" is an extraordinarily comfortable vessel that is more spacious than you can possible imagine a 64’ yacht could be. The amazing layout takes full advantage of the beam of just over 18 feet, to give you beautiful accommodations for three couples and crew quarters in addition. While it is easy to sail this vessel, you can actually have a captain and crew member aboard and still have privacy. There is a gorgeous large owners stateroom aft, two comfortable guest staterooms with heads and fully separate crew quarters.

The interior layout of "Shalimar" begins forward with a stateroom to port, a double berth outboard with an ensuite head and separate stall shower. Adjacent to starboard is the second forward stateroom with an upper and lower berthing configuration and ample storage throughout this area. Aft of this stateroom on the starboard side is the second head that also serves as a day head and is easily accessible from the main salon.

The main salon makes great use of the vessel’s beam, with a dramatic round dinette to starboard with seating for eight to ten people, easily. To port is a semi-circular settee with an oval cocktail table located forward of the traditional navigation station. The salon is simply gorgeous with fantastic head room, beautiful salon windows, and opening hatches for wonderful ventilation.

The third sleeping stateroom, the crew’s quarters, is located aft of the main salon on the starboard side adjacent to the companionway stairs. This stateroom offers an upper and lower berthing configuration and access to the engine compartment.

The very well appointed walk through work class galley is on the port side. Passing through the galley, you access the incredibly spacious owner’s stateroom. The owner’s stateroom is beautifully appointed and extremely spacious for a yacht of "Shalimar's" size. This is truly a walk around queen centerline berth with beautiful cabinetry, drawers and hanging lockers and of course an ensuite head and stall shower.



Beautiful joinery throughout is all satin varnished

Leather upholstery and all cushions are in perfect condition

Teak veneer bulkheads and lockers in staterooms and salon

Corian counters in the galley and heads

Teak battens over white Formica along the interior of the hull for a very finished look and feel

Vinyl ceiling panels easily removed to access wiring or backing plates

Solid teak doors, as well as fiddles and trim plates

Drawers have dove tailed corners

High quality Schwepper door locks and latches and Sagasumi door latches

Teak and holly cabin sole

Teak grating in shower stalls

Stainless steel ports and aluminum ocean hatches

Screens for hatches and ports

Creature comforts: Washer and dryer, air conditioning, ice maker, electric and manual toilets! 



Grunert 115v refrigeration (top load and front load) with built in refrigerator and freezer

4” insulation for refrigerator and freezer

Grunert freezer

Force 10-6351 three burner stove with oven and broiler

Panasonic microwave oven
Inboard centerline double stainless steel sink and single lever faucet with sprayer

Fresh water foot pump

Corian counter tops
Excellent storage for pots and pans, dishes, cutlery, and all 
your provisions!

The circular dinette seats eight and there is a smaller dinette for cozy casual dining

LPG solenoid switch and panel
Propane tank stored in dedicated vented propane locker
Proper propane installation


300 gallons of water in stainless steel tank

Water heater, 110v

Fresh water pressure system, 12v

Spectra watermaker – 600 gallons per day 110V

Stainless steel sink and single level faucet in each head

Three heads with showers

Two electric Jabsco toilets

One manual Raritan toilet (forward cabin)

All toilets have Y-valves for overboard discharge at sea and holding tank collection

Deck pumpout for each holding tank (tanks vent overboard)

Macerator pump

Fiberglass gray water tanks

12v sump pump in each graywater tank

Head sinks discharge to graywater tank

Galley sink drains to graywater tank

Sump tanks vent through cockpit combing



Raymarine E80 Radar and chartplotter with display at the helm (and at the nav station)

Nexus hydraulic autopilot with handheld control 15’ cable

Icom IC M602 VHF radio

Icom hand held remote mic

Nexus NX2 for depth

Nexus NX2 GPS

Nexus wind and speed display


Raymarine E120 chartplotter and radar display

Nexus autopilot and multi display

Icom IC ICM 802 SSB



Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160hp – approximately 3375 hours

Well insulated engine room with1” lead and foam insulator with aluminum sound absorbing veneer

650 gallons of fuel in four aluminum tanks


Tank tenders

Shaft is 316 stainless steel 1 3/4”

Strut 316 stainless steel

PSS dripless shaft seal

MAX Prop adjustable pitch 3 blade propeller, VIP model 24”

Rope cutter on prop shaft

Spare propeller

Racor 500 MA fuel filter

Single lever shift and throttle control

Cable steering system

Wheel steering 48” stainless steel wheel

Emergency tiller

Engine room blower

Sea Fire Automatic fire extinguishing system in engine compartment

Three electric bilge pumps with floating auto switches

Henderson double action manual bilge pump

Fiberglass pan under engine

Engine and generator have their own sea water intake thru hull with strainer

Separate sea water intake for refrigeration cooling water pump

Electric ventilator in machinery compartment

Metal parts grounded and zinc protected

Panda 15kw generator with sound shield

Vetus bowthruster 9.6hp


Fully equipped with shore power 110v and 220v, Generator, and complete 12v system.

12 Volt System:


Engine start – one 200 AH

Genset start – one 200 AH

House bank – three 200 AH

40amp battery charger

Tank tender display panel

Newmar ES-5 deluxe master panel

D/C battery select switch

Nav lights – Aqua Signal

Cabin lights - Catalupi “Tebe” overhead lights NEW LED

Reading lamps -Catalupi “Patty” reading lights NEW LED

Automatic courtesy lights in hanging lockers

Stainless steel dome lights in engine room

Stainless steel dome light in lazarette

Hella chart table lamp

12v water pressure system for fresh water

Two electric toilets with macerators (one manual toilet)

12v electric bilge pumps

Vetus bowthruster 9.6hp

Deck wash down system

Sump pumps 3
110 Volt System:

Shore power 110V with connections for two 50amp shore power cords
And configured for one 220v shore power connection for foreign travel.
A/C ship/shore switch on master panel
Water heater 110v
Wired for telephone and cable
Panda 15kw generator
Washer & Dryer
Air conditioning (54,000 BTUs)

Watermaker (600 gallons per day) with Spectra Watermaker control panel





The Tayana 64 is a twin headstay sloop with a removable inner forestay. The total sail area of 1768 sq feet is easily managed with all the modern sail handling equipment and amenities including electric winches and roller furling on all sails including the LeisureFurl mainsail system. The head sails are solent rigged with two headstays with roller furling located about 14” apart. The forward most stay has a 130% genoa for lighter air and downwind sailing. The aft stay has a self-tending working jib. The mainsail is easily managed with the hydraulic in-boom furling system which makes reefing very easy. The Tayana 64 was designed so that someone could step off their 35’ sailboat and be able to sail, even single hand, the much larger Tayana. All six primary and secondary winches are within reach of the helm station. There are two halyard winches at the mast. All the sail controls are in the cockpit and with the electric winches this is truly push button sailing!


Forespar mast
Leisure furl in-boom system - hydraulic
Furlex headsail furling systems and Lewmar electric winches
Hydraulic backstay/boom vang adjustment system by Navtec
Carbon fiber spinnaker pole
Lewmar traveler
Lewmar blocks
Mast collar block organizer
Line stoppers
Sail Inventory:

Fully battened mainsail
Genoa 130% with Furlex roller furling
Working jib with Furlex roller furling
Push button sailing!
Head sail area – 916 ft sq
Main sail area – 852 ft sq
Total sail area – 1768 ft sq

Two Lewmar #77 electric primary sheet winches
Two Lewmar #77 electric secondary
Two Lewmar electric halyard and mainsheet
Two Lewmar #44 CST at mast


Robb Ladd’s design is contemporary with wide beam at the deck level and moderate beam at the waterline with a raked stem and reverse transom. The low deckhouse gives the vessel a stylish sleek appearance.The Tayana 64 has an angle of vanishing stability of 129 degrees. This means that, combined with her excellent ballast/displacement ratio, she’ll stay strongly on her feet in high seas and big winds. Her underbody has an elongated fin keel with integral lead ballast and a protected skeg hung rudder, giving her great handling for a boat of her size. The hull is solid FRP from the waterline down, and from the waterline up, except around portlights, hatches and fittings which are solid fiberglass, she is cored with ATC Corecell high density foam which provides additional stiffness and good insulation. The reverse transom with 4 steps to the water offers easability in/out of dinghy and swimming.


White gel coat with blue boot stripe
Vinylester about 2mm underneath gelcoat
316 stainless steel stock & FRP rudder with stainless steel skeg


Teak deck is glued on (no screws)
FRP & 1” balsa core sandwich lamination
Edson pedestal steering
Stainless steel portlights
Huge aft lazarette with two opening hatches and dome light
Aluminum toe rail with fair leads
Stainless steel oversized mooring cleats
Stainless steel stanchions, 1 ¼” diameter
Double life lines
Stainless steel bow and stern pulpit
Stainless steel boarding gates (one each side)
Stainless steel mast pulpits
Stainless steel radar arch
All Lewmar hatches
Lewmar Ocean series portlights on hull
Stainless steel ventilators
Screens for hatches and ports
Stainless steel mooring cleats; 15” and 12”
Salt water deck wash down system
Hot and cold pressure shower at transom
Lewmar foot blocks
Main sheet fiddle block located after end of boom
Main sheet fiddle block on traveler car
Main sheet lead block at boom
Main sheet lead block on deck near mast
Stand up block
Mast collar lead block
Line organizers
Rope clutch - 6
Sail locker forward with stainless steel ladder and chain locker access
Lewmar main sheet system:
Main sheet traveler
Main sheet track cars
Main sheet track single sheave control line
Main sheet track control line fairlead block
Lewmar head sail system:
Genoa track
Genoa car port side and starboard side
End stop
Lewmar staysail/working jib system:
Staysail track
Staysail car
End stop
Staysail sheet lead block


Teak cockpit table
Drink holders
Cockpit cushions


Cockpit dodger and bimini
Wind covers for dodger

Ground Tackle:

Maxwell VWC 3500 windlass, dual direction w/ remote control at helm & foot controls forward
105 POUND ROCNA type anchor NEW
300’ ½” chain
Stainless steel anchor roller
Divided chain locker
Salt water deck wash down system


Stainless steel dinghy davit
Liferaft in canister NEW
Emergency tiller


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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