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Tayana Vancouver 42 center cockpit

Is there anyone who knows a little bit about the Tayana 42. I know that the 37 Ft. Tayanas are nice and sturdy boats and probably one of the few boats you can find anywhere, but how does the 42 Ft. compare to it. Please anything helps.

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Drop in at the Tayana eMail owners group here on Sailnet or take a good look at the Tayana eMail archives (on the sidebar to your left of this page)
The T42 is designed by Robt. Harris and is an entirely different animal (Vancouver design) from the Perry designed T37. Built by Tayana you can expect fairly good quality for an asian built boat; however, expect to replace a lot of the metal componentry on an older boat as the Taiwanese metalurgy is "not up to snuff" - lots of 304 stainless, etc.
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