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Founded in 1973, Ta Yang Building Co., Ltd. Has built over 1400 blue water cruising yachts to date. This world renowned custom yacht builder offers a large compliment of sailboats ranging from 37’ to 72’, many offer aft or center cockpit design, deck saloon or pilothouse options.

In 2003, Tayana introduced the new Tayana 64 Deck Saloon, designed by Robb Ladd, which offers the latest in building techniques, large sail area and a beam of 18 feet.

Tayana Yachts have been considered the leader in building custom interiors for the last two decades, offering it`s clients the luxury of a living arrangement they prefer rather than have to settle for the compromise of a production boat. Using the finest in exotic woods, the best equipment such as Lewmar, Whitlock, Yanmar engines, Selden spars to name a few, Ta yang has achieved the reputation for building one of the finest semi custom blue water cruising yachts in the world, at an affordable price.

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Tayana 37 is a 41 ′ 11 ″ / 12.8 m monohull sailboat designed by Robert Perry and built by Ta Yang Yacht Building Co. Ltd. starting in 1976.

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Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

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The Tayana 37 is perhaps the most successful semi-custom cruising yacht to be built. It was designed by Bob Perry and introduced in 1975 as a response to the Westsail 32 which were selling in enormous numbers. Today looking back, with the boat still in production with a boat count of 588, most still sailing, and an active and owners community, it’s very apparent that Perry has succeeded.

One could say the yacht was designed to ignite imaginations of tropical sunsets in exotic locations; think oodles of teak and a beautiful custom interior, wrapped into traditional double-ender hull with a full keel. Beneath the alluring romance, you’ll find a boat that is solidly built, and indeed many Tayana 37s can be found on the blue water cruising circuit around the world.

When in June of 1973 Time Magazine featured a four page spread on the “cruising life” with a photo of the Westsail 32 it was clear that this diminutive boat had caught the imagination of a generation. They sold like hotcakes and the cruising life came out of the fringes and into the mainstream. Meanwhile, fresh from the success of his groundbreaking Valiant 40 and having more recently designed the CT 54 Perry was approached by Bob Berg, former owner of Flying Dutchman Yachts in Seattle, to design a boat to capitalize on the success of the Westsail. It is said that the success of the Westsail was not that it was the right boat at the right time, it was also the right style; it was exactly what Americans thought a cruising boat should look like. This may explain the Tayana’s copious amounts of teak, her traditional full keel, and double ender style.

The boatyard that was originally selected to build the boat was Ta Chaio Brothers of Taiwan, builders of CT yachts. Interestingly, they declined thinking the boat would not be a commercial success. Thus the contract to build the boat was passed to Ta Yang, another high quality Taiwanese boatbuilding concern.

The boat, which was first known as the “CT 37”, was introduced in 1975 and offered as a semi-custom boat, with all manner of internal options and layouts. The rig was offered with options of cutter or ketch, however cutters were the fashion of the day and only 20 boats were built as ketches. In 1979 the CT 37 name was discontinued, instead boat inherited an offshoot of the Ta Yang name, changing to the Tayana 37.

The Tayana 37 continues to be in production today in very low numbers, they have declined in sales as buyer tastes have favored boats with more expansive interiors, stern entry, and avoidance of higher maintenance teak on the exterior. However the Tayana 37 remains popular in the used boat market, at the time of writing the Tayana Owners Association reports the latest hull number is 588 or 589.

Boat Configuration

The Tayana 37 is a classic full keel double-ender which when we look back today marks the start of modern design philosophy for full keel boats. Perry took a very traditional Atkins 1930s inspired design and worked his “boatspeed” magic firstly by cutting away forefoot of the keel, a common technique to reduce wetted area with gains in maneuverability. He then connected the keel to the bilge of the hull as a distinctly separate surface without the traditional wine-glass blend, which tends to help with close-windedness and form stability. Other deviations to the Archer theme included his own flavor of a canoe stern which had worked well in his radical at the time Valiant 40 design as well as opting for a modern inboard rudder over the traditional aft hanging rudder that Archer used.

Most boats are configured with cutter rigs carrying a lot of sail area with the help of a bowsprit. Those with a keen eye may notice the mast position quite far aft from the usual position on most yachts and this has been the cause for some windward helm issues which in the early days was corrected by raking the mast forward. It’s rare to find a Tayana 37 sporting the optional ketch rig which Perry notes is a pity as he thought the ketch examples were particularly fast and well balanced.

On deck, you will find lots of teak, some owners have removed the teak in order to reduce maintenance. The side decks are wide. There are two deck versions, the first being designed by Perry, which was later revised by Ta Yang which according to Perry is far nicer, more aesthetic, with a better cockpit. Most boats have the original Perry designed cockpit. Both versions sport small volume cockpits well suited to mitigating the risk of the cockpit flooding from large following seas. The cockpit has been described as safe secure with high coamings. Visibility forward from the helm is usually impeded by on most boats by butterfly hatches, boom gallows, and mid boom sheeting.

Going below deck you will find a high quality interior reflecting some of the best boatbuilding craftsmanship to come out of Taiwan. The interiors are all semi-custom and it’s unlikely to find two boats identical. While some interiors were well suited to blue water sailing others were not so functional. Blue Water Sailing Magazine writes, “We have seen some interiors that were simply inappropriate for a seagoing boat. Truth is many people who ordered new Tayanas did not have the knowledge to make the choices that were required of them, and either made bad choices or tried to fit too much into a hull already restricted by its design”.

Of note is the location of the fuel tank. In the original design, Perry located the 90 gallon tank below the saloon settee, but Ta Yang relocated them forward to in the fore peak, with the idea of creating more stowage space in the saloon. A full tank weighing 700 pounds so far forward has resulted in trim problems and hobby-horsing. It’s reported a some owners have relocated their fuel tank back to the original spot that Perry intended.


The Tayana 37 hull is built from solid GRP, generous amounts of glass is used, the hull is 3/8″ thick at its sheer. Perry has been quoted as saying there has never been any consistent structural problems with the boat. The deck is balsa cored to save on topside weight. The ballast is cast iron and internal to the keel cavity and glassed over. The hull-deck join is built into a strong hollow box section, which forms a high standing bulwark.

Sailing Charateristics

One would not expect the Tayana 37 to progress with much vigor from a fleeting glance, however the Bob Perry makeover of the traditional Atkins configuration gives the boat a new lease of life. The boat performs faster than similar boats of this period, especially in a fresh breeze.

The Tayana is relatively tender initially. The first reef is usually thrown in at about 18 knots, in 20-25 knots it’s usually a staysail and the single reefed main. The boat tracks well to windward, but its forte is off the wind, particularly in a broad reach; ideal for the trades.

The cockpit is dry, Tayana 37 owner Rolland Hartstrom writes of a passage between from San Francisco to San Pedro in Mar 2009, “I surfed down 20 footers in this boat doing 14 knots, and they were breaking about 3 feet of white water on top; never took a drop of water in the cockpit”.

Probably the most common bugbear of the Tayana 37 under sail is its often cited weather helm in boats configured with cutter rigs. Many of these problems have been corrected through the years by their owners, some by raking the mast forward. Harvey Karten from the Tayana Owners Association notes, “When properly rigged with a good adjustable traveler and well made sails, rather than their original factory configuration, the much reported weather helm is no longer a problem.”

Buyers Notes

There is an enthusiastic and active owners association with a wealth of information and tips to share, well worth contacting prior to purchase. Particular areas for inspection are listed below:

  • Teak decks have proved high maintenance, many boats have had their teak removed which is considered an advantage.
  • Look for delamination around through deck fitting, the balsa cored deck is susceptible to abuse.
  • Water tanks are made of black iron and are prone to rusting over time, check for leaks.
  • Some boats have fuel tanks relocated back into their proper amidships intended location, its a recommended modification.
  • Glaring inconsistencies between boats have been noted
  • Boats before 1981 should have their wiring and standing rigging inspected closely.
  • Early boats had spreaders made from spruce which can be susceptible to dry rot, alloy spreaders on later boats are an advantage.
  • There have been reports of leaking from the scuppers and hawsepipes, this problem has been solved in later models by glassing the bulwark from the insides.

As of 2010 asking prices range from $55k-$115k USD.

Links, References and Further Reading

» Tayana Owners Association, information, discussion group and links . » Tayana Owners Association Google Group, discussions on Tayana boats » Tayana UK Corporate website, Tayana 37 brochure and pictures . » Good Old Boat Magazine, Mar 2005, Tayana 37 review by Karen Larsen. Boat comparison by Ted Brewer. » Blue Water Sailing Magazine, Jun 1997, Tayana 37 review. » Used Boat Notebook: From the pages of Sailing Magazine (p118-121), review of the Tayana 37.

Thanks goes to Harvey J. Karten and the Tayana Owners Association for their assistance on this review.

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24-06-2007, 17:13  
yachts, I'm curious what you guys think of Tayana. While I've never seen a up close I have seen a couple of Tayana, both the 48ft Perry design, I think.

Anyway, from my perspective the workmanship was fair to good. I do like the layout and design. I don't know about the contruction quality but the is pretty heavy and I was shown a cutout made below the waterline to install a bowthruster. The glass was about 3 inches think.

For the , it seems like a great buy. Thoughts?
24-06-2007, 21:27  
Boat: Tayana 48
well, and is decent downwind, or in light air. Bob Perry designed them to be essentially down-tradewinds . 70' air , lots of . rigged though, so a good heavy-weather sail plan. Thick glass, solid below water-line. Great joinery below, quality fittings topsides and in .
Modified fin , skeg-hing , prop is not in an aperture. 75 hp seems standard now, some earlier versions had a 88 hp. Solid "ride", cuts through chop and swells nicely. Not , but with a deep, round and lots of sail-carrying ability, she will easily go to about 15-18 degrees, and stay there. Best to reef early, sail her flat with nominal (actually not true , but it sure feels like it) and make better speed with more comfort. Points well, good platform, excellent swim step.
Good tankage (250 , 160 fuel), very stout Selden rig. I inspected my chain plates last night...a very solid design! is somewhere between adequate and oversized...seems just right to me.
40' waterline, at 7.5 knots on a reach in 18 knots of , motors at the same speed at 2800 .
For my , I like the regular center-cockpit design, but many prefer the raised deck-salon can order one either way. Also customizeable is the .
If you are serious, contact me. I'll tell you the things I did that I shouldn't have (few), and the things I didn't do that I should have (many).
They are great , but they are meant for cruising. They are not happy day-sailing the bay in 25-35 knots, with mulitple tacks and jibes each hour.
And they hold there value very well.
24-06-2007, 21:34  
Boat: 15 foot Canoe
and way too much by about 12 foot on for me but Tayana is a great cruiser.
Kind Regards,
25-06-2007, 20:47  
in the CC design and I second everything Meridian said. Took us everywhere we wanted to go in and comfort, built like a tank and a joy to sail.
29-06-2007, 11:54  
Boat: Tayana 37
Bash aboard a 37. Handled everything encountered comfortably.
29-06-2007, 15:06  
Boat: Tayana 48

HIH, John
29-06-2007, 15:22  
Boat: 1980 Endeavour 43 (Ketch)
on if he is doing less than 5 knots). I like the rig, could use more room (I'm 6' 6"). Nice layout below decks. I couldn't afford one.
29-06-2007, 15:55  

HIH, John
29-06-2007, 18:16  
Boat: Tayana 48
time, and then an audible on the puddle-jump to the , or another year in .
My sincere ...start weaning yourselves off things, and minimize possessions, as soon as possible. Don't leave it til the last minute...
Gotta go place another Craig's List ad now...see ya!
30-06-2007, 04:42  
01-07-2007, 05:09  
Boat: Passport 615. Renovatio.
, and Passport. I ended ordering the new 615 from Passport Yachts but thought Tayana was an excellent boat. Bill Dixon, the of the new 54 Yayana, designed the new Passport 615 also. I've spoken to him several times and am very impressed with his knowledge. He's been very helpful. If you havn't already, Id check out Passport Yachts before making the final .

Meridian, I'm curious about your list of things you would have done and would not have done looking back. We will be heading out next year after the boat shows (Newport & Annapolis) so we might see you out there since we are planning on 3 to 5 years. Also, our boat will be the first shown in the US as part of our deal with Passport so we'll see you all in 08. I'll be the one on with the & coke in one hand and cigar in the other..........
01-07-2007, 10:38  
Boat: Tayana 48
30-03-2010, 12:34  
Boat: Rhodes 32
mentions seem to be the most popular high quality yards in the . , , Passport, and Tayana all build great yachts, and I do not think you can go wrong among these. In the end, your choice may come down to style.

Hylases have the sexiest look particularly the German Frers designs like the 46, 54, and 70. The roots of this attraction is the low freeboard and profile combined with a sweet sheerline and sharp bow. The 54 Raised has the popular larger pilothouse like windows and is their best seller.

Oysters have the lightest interiors. It is a light almost blond but not white-washed. This brightens up the insides. The downside is the high cost of these yachts. Because of their European build location, their labor costs are higher. The whole styling is more European than we are used to here.

Tayanas and Passports go together in a way. They both are keynoted by Robert H. Perry designs. Newer Tayanas like the 55 have a masculine, strong styling with meaty topsides. Passports have a classical style with some even without swim platforms aft. If you like Bob Perry designs and the most American styling, you will like these.
30-03-2010, 13:06  
Boat: Challenger Anacapa 42
mentions seem to be the most popular high quality yards in the . Hylas, Oyster, Passport, and Tayana all build great yachts, and I do not think you can go wrong among these.
30-03-2010, 15:39  
Boat: 58 Taswell AS
its soul to P.A.E. and now only makes Norhavn trawlers and have destroyed the sailboat molds. Ta Shing also made the Mason and Norseman line in the past as well as Taba and Tashiba. All of their boats hold their and are sought on the market. I previously owned a Taswell 44AS and now have a 58AS. We have lived aboard for 6 years and have competed in Rallys against both Hylas 54s and 58 Tayanas. We sail by them like they are not moving.
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  • Your full name,
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Please allow enough time to contact them especially during their limited weekend hours.

A death certificate is also acceptable for this purpose but only one of these two options are necessary.

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We are not allowed to reference other media sources with a guestbook or an obituary placed elsewhere when placing an obituary in print and online. We may place a website for a funeral home or a family email for contact instead; contact us with any questions regarding this matter.

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Once your submission is completed, we will fax or email a proof for review prior to publication in the newspaper. This proof includes price and days the notice is scheduled to appear.

Please review the proof carefully. We must be notified of errors or changes before the notice appears in the Pioneer Press based on each day’s deadlines.

After publication, we will not be responsible for errors that may occur after final proofing.

All obituaries appear on with a permanent online guestbook presence. If you wish to have the online presence removed, you can contact us to remove the guestbook online. Changes to an online obituary can be handled through the obituary desk. Call us with further questions.

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Pre-payment is required for all obituary notices prior to publication by the deadline specified below in our deadline schedule. Please call 651-228-5263 with your payment information after you have received the proof and approved its contents.

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  • The minimum charge is $162 for the first 10 lines.
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  • If the ad is under 10 lines it will be charged the minimum rate of $162.
  • On a second run date, the lines are $8.20 per line, starting w/ the first line.
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  • Each photo published is $125 per day.
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Please follow deadline times to ensure your obituary is published on the day requested.


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Must receive obituary content and payment same day by 4:30PM

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Unlike an obituary, Memoriam submissions are remembrances of a loved one who has passed. The rates for a memoriam differ from obituaries.

Please call or email us for more memoriam information

Please call 651-228-5280 for more information.

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Please submit your memoriam ad to [email protected] or call 651-228-5280.

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Music and concerts, music and concerts | what to know if you’re headed to the minnesota yacht club festival, gwen stefani, alanis morissette and red hot chili peppers are headlining.

A stage and bleachers next to a river.

Headlined by Gwen Stefani, Alanis Morissette and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the festival (which despite its name has nothing to do with yacht rock) is promoted by C3 Presents, an Austin, Texas, company that’s also behind Austin City Limits Music Festival, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience and the modern-day Lollapalooza. C3 was the largest independent promoter in the world until Live Nation bought a controlling stake in the company in 2014.

Organizers expect to attract more than 30,000 concertgoers each day.

While the Irish Fair of Minnesota calls Harriet Island home each August, music festivals have had a rough go on the site. The original Lollapalooza (back when it was a traveling festival) landed on the site in 1991, 1992 and 1994, but flooding forced the fest to move to the late St. Paul Civic Center in 1993.

Live Nation attempted to establish a new annual event, the River’s Edge Music Festival, in 2012. Despite big-name headliners Tool and the Dave Matthews Band, the festival didn’t attract enough paying customers to convince the concert promoting giant to return for a second year.

Here’s what folks headed to the Minnesota Yacht Club Festival need to know:

As of Wednesday afternoon, tickets were still available at a number of price points, starting at $135 for one day general admission (or $255 for two days) all the way up to platinum tickets for $925 ($1,395 for two days), which include a number of perks including free food and drinks, front-of-stage viewing and access to an air-conditioned lounge. See for details.

Many of the general admission and general admission plus tickets are sold out, but there are verified resale tickets available, some at lower prices than face value.

Getting there

There are two entrances to the festival. The main entrance is at Harriet Island Boulevard and South Wabasha Street, while the west entrance is on West Water Street between Bidwell Street and Plato Boulevard.

There is no on-site parking at the festival, but its website lists numerous downtown St. Paul parking lots that are a 10- to 16-minute walk from the site. Several Metro Transit buses stop a half-mile from Harriet Island. The rideshare drop off is at 49 E. Fillmore Ave. The festival promises “ample bike parking” located near the two entrances.

What is allowed on site

Feel free to bring: Small clutch purses and fanny packs (6” x 9” or smaller) with no more than one pocket, all other bags must be clear and smaller than 12” x 6” x 12”, empty hydration packs and reusable water bottles, strollers, frisbees, binoculars, blankets, basic cameras (no detachable lenses or other accessories), sunscreen in non-aerosol containers (3.4 ounces or less), personal-sized hand sanitizer and factory sealed Naloxone/Narcan kits.

What isn’t allowed

Pretty much everything you would think, including outside food and beverage, coolers, aerosol containers, umbrellas, chairs, wagons, skateboards, drones, fireworks and illegal substances.

Concertgoers must wear securely fastened wristbands that are available at the box office. Wristbands can be activated online to add an emergency contact and to use for cashless transactions (with a pin number). Wristbands that are damaged, lost or stolen can be replaced by the original purchaser one time only for $20. Patrons can leave and reenter at will up until 7 p.m. each day.

There is a guest services tent that has earplugs and a lost and found. Free hydration stations are located throughout the site. Lockers are available to rent for $25 each day or $48.50 for both.

Who is playing

Gwen Stefani sings on stage flanked by two dancers.

Doors open at 12:30 p.m. There are two stages, with staggered performances that do not overlap.

Friday’s schedule includes: Harbor and Home (12:45-1:15 p.m.), Gully Boys (1:15-2), Michigander (2-2:45), Morgan Wade (2:45-3:45), Durry (3:45-4:45), Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (4:45-5:45), The Head and the Heart (5:45-6:45), Gwen Stefani (6:45-8), the Black Crowes (8-9) and Alanis Morissette (9-10:30).

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