1991 Ta Shing Yachts Taswell 43 Sailboat for sale in New Bern, NC

 

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Interior layout

Forward Storage/Workshop Area
Starting all the way forward, there is a divided chain locker. The main lower chain locker is fed by a hawse pipe from the windlass aft and low to facilitate weight balance in the bow. There is also convenient access to the bow thruster.

This area includes outboard louvered lockers and cabinets, shelving, just forward of the shower bulkhead, there are 2 large lockers (1-each side) with access from the workshop and floor to ceiling storage for spares and miscellaneous items. 

This beautiful Taswell 43 features private accommodations for two couples in separate cabins, plus a settee berth.  Headroom is typically 6 ft or better throughout the boat and storage capacity can only be noted as incredible.
Beautiful, first-class workmanship is featured throughout this vessel. All trim is hand-selected teak, sanded and treated to a smooth satin finish, with high gloss finish on the trim, all professionally refurbished (2019). The floor is teak and holly varnished to a high gloss. All doors are beveled and hand-fitted, all hanging lockers are lighted and cedar-lined and are equipped with louvered or vented doors. There are custom teak handholds mounted throughout for additional safety whilst underway.

The all lead, super-efficient, 11,000 lb Sheel keel provides exceptional performance with only 5’3” draft. The ICW friendly 63.5 ft mast makes travel easy. With the efficient 3 blade Autoprop, cruising fuel consumption is typically only 0.75 gal/hr or less, and with a speed rating PHRF of 105, it is a very fast boat. The 2008 75 HP engine Yanmar diesel can get through any seas or headwinds. The Yanmar has 2100 hr, and the sensor displays are in the cockpit

The galley is centrally located for minimum rocking at sea. The 4 burner, gimballed force 10 stove with oven and broiler is adjacent to a convent prep area. The front and top loading refrigerator and huge deep freezer are run by 2 new digital computer-controlled Sea Frost DC systems that can keep ice cream hard indefinitely at anchor with the high power solar panels on the stern arch, unattended.

Overhead lighting is uses LED fixtures, as well as fluorescent fixtures in appropriate places and tasteful brass reading lamps. 

She is comfortable at sea, having a Brewer Comfort Ratio of well over 30 with the 11,000 lb lead Sheal keel and center cockpit (extremely seaworthy and comfortable with rough seas).

The stern arch holds the three powerful solar panels and permits easy access to the dinghy on the stern. The arch also holds a satellite weather antenna which connects directly to the chart plotter and a local weather station.
The hull is a solid 17 layer layup with vinyl ester, the premier hull material used today, which is stable and has no blister possibility. The hull is over an inch thick and is insulated to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer.

The upholstery is a high-grade, custom Sunbrella upholstery fabric in a beautiful neutral color pattern, which is accented throughout the yacht.

Forward Storage/Workshop Area
Starting all the way forward, there is a divided chain locker. The main lower chain locker is fed by a hawse pipe from the windlass aft and low to facilitate weight balance in the bow. There is also convenient access to the bow thruster.

This area includes outboard louvered lockers and cabinets, shelving, just forward of the shower bulkhead, there are 2 large lockers (1-each side) with access from the workshop and floor to ceiling storage for spares and miscellaneous items. 
Forward Head
Next aft is the large guest head, with a roomy shower with teak grating. The head features an oval stainless steel sink on large teak trimmed mirror, a Raritan head good lighting and ventilation. There is a locker under the sink and outboard.

Forward Stateroom
Continuing aft, you enter the forward guest suite sleeping area. This space features a large, full-sized Pullman berth to port with louvered lockers outboard, opening port, 2 overhead dorades, fan, and reading lights. There is a bank of large drawers under the Pullman berth. This forward suite is truly designed for the comfort and convenience of your guests! Across from the Pullman is a cedar-lined closet and a 6 drawer dresser and a huge storage area with teak wrapped door. The stateroom can be isolated for privacy with a sliding pocket door.
Main Salon

Continuing aft to midships, you will enter the main salon, where you find a beautiful inlaid folding teak table that seats 8 comfortably. Just to port of the mast, is the Nav station with captain chair for reviewing instruments, charting voyages, working on the computer or playing guitar. Just aft is a beautiful, large, lazy susan for liquor and wine storage and a rack for wine glasses and crystal.

Galley

This classic, offshore-safe galley, located to starboard of the companionway steps, will delight the gourmet cook, whether at sea or dockside. Every inch of space in this incredible galley has been designed to provide more workspace and storage than in most land-based, home kitchens.  Custom cabinets, drawers, and lockers make it easy to store provisions for extended cruising. Thoughtfully positioned deck prism and multiple LED bar lights and overhead lights offer great lighting and multiple opening port-lights ventilate the entire galley area.

The dual Sea Frost refrigerator and freezer are another system that has been custom designed and totally custom installed. The system uses state of the art digital computers for independent control of the refrigerator and freezer.  The system uses both air and water cooling for excellent continuous operation at anchor or at sea, using only the power from the solar panels. For example. you can indefinitely keep ice cream on a mooring in 90degrees F without running the gen set or engine.

For the serious gourmet cook, all of the workspaces and storage areas in this beautiful galley, cooking and then dining becomes an art in the world of cruising. 

• Large Lighted Curved Cabinet Of Provision Storage
• Over the Counter Custom Cabinetry
• Large Dry Storage Locker 
• Silverware Drawer
• Multiple Large Pullout Storage Drawers
• Louvered Storage Cabinets
• Ultra-bright LED bar lights with white and red operation
• 4-Burner Gimballed S.S. Force 10 Gimbaled Stove W/Oven & Broiler
• Overhead deck prism for natural lighting over the stove
• Xantrax Fireboy Propane Sensing System
• Hot & Cold Pressure Water in Galley, Heads & Stern Outside Shower
• Fresh Water & Salt Water Foot Pump In Galley
• 2-Large, Extra Deep Polished Stainless Steel Sinks
• Single Lever Hot & Cold Pressure Water Faucet
• Locker Under Sink Unit  
• Totally Custom Designed & Custom Installed, Dual independent Sea Frost Fridge/Freezer Systems, with both air and water condenser cooling for energy-efficient digital controlled cooling.
• Top Loading Access to Both Refrigerator & Freezer and additional front access to the refrigerator
• 2-Traditional Heavy Duty Front Opening Fridge/Freezer Doors - Both Doors W/Double Seals
• Lighted Fridge/Freezer Compartments
• Temperature Gauges & Controls for each of the Refrigeration Systems
• Built-In Panasonic inverter Microwave
• 3-Opening Ports
• 11 Gal. S.S. Hot Water Tank (New-2016

Electronic Equipment

Autopilot, Radar/Sonar & Wind Systems
• 1-Electric Raymarine Type 100/300 Autopilot
• 1-Hydraulic Raymarine SPX 30 SmartPilot Course computer autopilot (2008)
• Raymarine Smart Pilot ST8002 Autopilot Controller in Cockpit
• Autopilot Controller Raymarine SmartContoller for helm control at Nav station
• 24 inch HD digital Raymarine 48 Mile Radome Raydar
• Raymarine SR100 Sirius Weather System with the antenna on the arch
• Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed/Wind Vane System (2019)
Navigation and networking
• e125 Raymarine 12 inch touchscreen Chartplotter at the helm, networked throughout the boat
• 24 inch HD Digital Radar dome networked throughout the boat
• Raymarine SmartController to control helm anywhere in the boat.
• Navionics Charts For entire US and Bahamas
• SeaTalk Next Generation/NEMA 2000 networking
• SmartPilot SBX course computer with autopilot controller, and new hydraulic system
• 1 Handheld GPS
• 1-5 Ritchie Globemaster Compass @ Cockpit with S.S. sliding cover
Communication Systems
• SIMRAD Smart Radio AIS Receiver with wireless remote networked to helm and throughout the boat
• Cooper Mesh Counterpoise Embedded Throughout The Hull For SSB
• Loud Hailer, Mast Mounted, Operated From Mic @ Helm or nav station

Entertainment Systems
Sony Amplifier Receiver
◦ High-quality speakers throughout
* Masthead High-performance TV and Stereo antenna
* LED TV

Electrical System

 
Generators
• Onan 9KW Generator with 1500 hours. The generator has both Mechanical & Electronic Regulation for smooth 120v operation from no load to full load.  
• 2nd Set of Gauges & Stop/Start Switches for Generator Mounted On Electrical Panel
• Morningstar Power System Solar Controller for Solar Panels
• 3-Solar Panels Over Stern arch 1,000 Watts delivers 65Amps to the batteries in full sunlight
Batteries
• Lifeline AGM Batteries:
◦ (4) group 31XT House Ah
◦ (2) group 31XT Engine Start

• Xantrex Marine 30 130-Amp Charger/Inverter
• Link 2000R Battery Monitoring System
Lights
• Deck lights On Bow
• LED Spreader Deck Lights,
• Stern Lights Mounted Above Dinghy Under Solar Panels
• International Navigation & Steaming Lights
• Tri-Anchor Light
• Nav Station Lights
• Red LED Courtesy Lights Throughout
• Interior Valance Lighting
• LED Cabin Lights
• Lighted Interior Hanging Cedar Lined Lockers
• Thinlite Fluorescents:
◦ 2-Cockpit Ceiling, Red & White for night vision under sail
◦ 4-Main Salon
◦ 1-Forward Head
◦ 1-Forward Stateroom
◦ 1-Aft Stateroom
◦ 3-Galley

Additional Electrical
• Fans Mounted @ Ea. HatchThroughout, 2-Bora Fans @ Aft Cabin Ports
• 30 -50 Amp 110V Inlets at Stern of Boat
• 2- Shore Power Cords
• WEMA 7-Position Gauge System for Fuel, Water & Holding Tanks
• Bilge Pump Monitoring System for Rule 3500 Pump W/Backup Spare Rule 1500 Pump

Other Equipment

 
Generator
• Onan 9KW Generator with 1500 hours. The generator has both Mechanical & Electronic Regulation for smooth 120v operation from no load to full load.  
• 2nd Set of Gauges & Stop/Start Switches for Generator Mounted On Electrical Panel
• Morningstar Power System Solar Controller for Solar Panels
• 3-Solar Panels Over Stern arch 1,000 Watts delivers 65Amps to the batteries in full sunlight
Batteries
• Lifeline AGM Batteries:
◦ (4) group 31XT House Ah
◦ (2) group 31XT Engine Start

• Xantrex Marine 30 130-Amp Charger/Inverter
• Link 2000R Battery Monitoring System
Lights
• Deck lights On Bow
• LED Spreader Deck Lights,
• Stern Lights Mounted Above Dinghy Under Solar Panels
• International Navigation & Steaming Lights
• Tri-Anchor Light
• Nav Station Lights
• Red LED Courtesy Lights Throughout
• Interior Valance Lighting
• LED Cabin Lights
• Lighted Interior Hanging Cedar Lined Lockers
• Thinlite Flourescents:
◦ 2-Cockpit Ceiling, Red & White for night vision under sail
◦ 4-Main Salon
◦ 1-Forward Head
◦ 1-Forward Stateroom
◦ 1-Aft Stateroom
◦ 3-Galley

Additional Electrical
• Fans Mounted @ Ea. HatchThroughout, 2-Bora Fans @ Aft Cabin Ports
• 50 or 30 Amp 110V Inlets at Stern of Boat
• 2- Shore Power Cords
• WEMA 7-Position Gauge System for Fuel, Water & Holding Tanks

• Bilge Pump Monitoring System for Rule 3500 Pump W/Backup Spare Rule 1500 Pump

Remarks

This beautiful Taswell 43 features private accommodations for two couples in separate cabins, plus a settee berth.  Headroom is typically 6 ft or better throughout the boat and storage capacity can only be noted as incredible. Beautiful, first-class workmanship is featured throughout this vessel. All trim is hand-selected teak, sanded and treated to a smooth satin finish, with high gloss finish on the trim, all professionally refurbished (2019). The floor is teak and holly varnished to a high gloss. All doors are beveled and hand-fitted, all hanging lockers are lighted and cedar-lined and are equipped with louvered or vented doors. There are custom teak handholds mounted throughout for additional safety whilst underway. The no teak deck eliminates leaks and the deck surface is easy to clean.

The all lead, super-efficient, 11,000 lb Sheel keel provides exceptional performance with only 5’3” draft. The ICW friendly 63.5 ft mast makes travel easy. With the efficient 3 blade Autoprop, cruising fuel consumption is typically only 0.75 gal/hr or less, and with a speed rating PHRF of 105, it is a very fast boat. The 2008 75 HP engine Yanmar diesel can get through any seas or headwinds. The Yanmar has 2100 hr, and the sensor displays are in the cockpit. The bow Vetus thruster and electric headsail furler makes cruising easy and fun.
The galley is centrally located for minimum rocking at the seat. The 4 burners, gimballed force 10 stove with oven and broiler is adjacent to a convent prep area. The front and top-loading refrigerator and huge deep freezer are run by 2 new digital computer-controlled Sea Frost DC systems that can keep ice cream hard indefinitely at anchor with the high power solar panels on the stern arch, unattended.

Overhead lighting is uses LED fixtures, as well as fluorescent fixtures inappropriate places and tasteful brass reading lamps. 

She is comfortable at sea, having a Brewer Comfort Ratio of well over 30 with the 11,000 lb lead Sheal keel and center cockpit (extremely seaworthy and comfortable with rough seas). The hull is a solid 17 layer layup with vinyl ester, the premier hull material used today, which is stable and has no blister possibility. The hull is over an inch thick and is insulated to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer.

The stern arch holds the three powerful solar panels and permits easy access to the dinghy on the stern. The arch also holds a satellite weather antenna which connects directly to the chart plotter and a local weather station.

The upholstery is a high-grade, custom Sunbrella upholstery fabric in a beautiful neutral color pattern, which is accented throughout the yacht.