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Price: $129,900
Brand: Ta Shing
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1987
Length: 36 ft.
Name: Losloper
Location: Erie, PA

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36 Ta Shing Tashiba 1987 Losloper

Builder/Designer

 

 

Builder: Ta Shing

Designer: Robert Perry

Dimensions

 

 

LOA: 36'

LWL: 30' 5"

Beam: 11' 9"

Displacement: 20350

Draft: 5' 6"

Ballast: 8740

     

Engines

 

 

Engine(s): Yanmar

Engine(s) HP: 44

Engine Model: 4JHE

Hours: 2073

Cruising Speed: 7

 

Tankage

 

 

Fuel: 90

Water: 95

Holding: 25

     

 

 

Hull #15

 

Introduced in 1986, the Tashiba 36 along with its smaller sibling the Tashiba 31 are the last of the full keel double-enders by designer Bob Perry; he considers them his best. The boat shares many of the innovations Perry made with his Baba 40 design and evolves them further to produce a boat with traits all sailors love. They are fast, close-winded, stiff, and well balanced. The boats were built by Ta Shing, the best of the Taiwanese boatbuilders and recognized as one of the best quality yard...

 

The boat’s hull is of hand-laminated fiberglass. The outer layers employ water and hence osmosis resisting vinylester resin. The interior of the boat is optionally lined with polyurethane insulation. Ballast is a single iron casting encapsulated in fiberglass. The deck is in GRP and cored with end-grain balsa. In areas where through-deck fittings are bolted, marine-plywood is used as coring and stainless steel backing plates are used.

 

Great Lakes Vessel! Complete Refit!

The boat was stored in indoor heated storage by her 1st owner in Minnesota for 18 years.

The current owner had Bakers’ Island Marine on Lake Superior completely refit her cosmetically and mechanically. All New plumbing, electrical, new instruments, new sails.

In 2014 Fiberglass Concepts pealed the bottom. New gelcoat, 5 coats of Interprotect and the 2 coats of bottom paint. She just got a fresh coat of anti-fouling this spring.

Her exterior teak was just refinished.

 
Accommodations


Sleeps 5, 2 in forward large V-Berth, 2 in dinette, One or two in private quarter berth (48"wide) The master stateroom would be the V-Berth and the private quarter berth has been know to sleep two. Custom mattress in V Berth

The Tashiba 36 was available in the standard layout with an open quarter berth and this model with a private door. The quarter cabin model also features a keyhole galley The countertops are butcher block construction with a marble accent countertop of marble in the head. The head has a full stall shower. Headroom of 6' 4"

 

 


Galley


The galley is down;

  • Adler-Barbour refrigeration/freezer;
  • Force 10 three burner propane stove/oven/broiler;
  • New Atwood water heater; pressure water system. Hot and Cold
 

 


Electronics & Navigation


Raymarine C120 Multi-function display at Binnacle Nav Pod, 1-at Nav Station Below

  • Raymarine ST70 autopilot
  • Richie Compass at Binnacle
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • Datamarine speed & Distance
  • 24 mile Raymarine Radar
  • ICOM VHF M-604 W/DSC
  • Datamarine depth sounder
  • Windspeed and angle
  • Sony Stereo/CD

 

Electrical


12 volt (DC); 110 volt (AC); 3 Group 27 batteries with parallel switch (300 amp-hours total); 30 amp Automatic battery charger; dockside 30 amp cable; Small inverter

 

 


Sails & Rigging


Equipped for cruising; Aluminum spar stepped on the keel; Stainless Steel standing rigging; Harken Roller furling both Jib and GNA; 9 self-tailing Lewmar winches; 2-#16, 1-#30, 1-#40, @-$ 43 primaries
3 Sails, Mainsail is a furling mast by Forespar, Staysail, Yankee.

 

 


Deck & Hull


2 CQR Anchors; one 35 #, one 45# CQR; Bow pulpit with rails; side stanchions with double lifelines; Dodger; Bimini; Coast Guard safety package; Teak decks; Saltwater washdown system; manual windlass; navigation lights; spreader lights; swim ladder, boomkin; Complete Custom Canvas & Covers Winter cover Magma propane grill
Gorgeous Skylights with stain glass inlays.  

 

 


Additional


"Losloper" is an example of Bob Perry/Ta Shing's level of quality, This modern underbody with full keel allows the Tashiba 36 to keep up with boats with greater length. This fine vessel has almost every option Ta Shing had to offer plus Forespar furling mast system. Together with the twin head sail furling units one does not have to go forward in bad weather.


Losloper, was a freshwater boat for most of her life here in the Great Lakes. If you are looking for a fast full keel cruising boat that two people can easily handle and completely refit the she’s the boat for you.  

 

Recent Survey available

 

Viewable upon request

 

 

Fast, responsive…accelerating off the wind she breaks out past the light.

Days end brings you home…Wing on wing she glides silently through the moorings. The spicy aroma of hot cider drifts up through the companionway.

 

Night on the mooring becomes a quiet time to plan next years passage south.

A yacht sensibly designed and carefully built will take you beyond summer’s end.

 

Disclaimer


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.

 

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tracy Buczak, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Erie, PA

Email: tracy@rcryachts.com

Phone: 814-455-6800

Tracy has sailed for over 30 years. As a former winner at Youngstown Level Regatta, he met Don Finkle and built a relationship that lead to his position at RCR. In addition to sailing, Tracy has a USCG Master’s Captain’s License. He considers himself lucky to have turned my avocation into his vocation. Sharing his knowledge and love for sailing and boating in general with both experienced boaters and those new to the sport has given him great pleasure and added new friendships to his life. As a founding member of Sail Erie helped shape the group of sailors with common interests focused on cruising and educational activities in the Greater Erie area. Tracy joined RCR Yachts in late 2001 and helped open RCR Erie in the spring of 2002. Since then he has enjoyed building our Erie office as a successful part of Erie and our regions boating community. Hundreds of boats, both power and sail have been sold from this office and their owners have joined the RCR Family of owners. We continue to focus our efforts to making the buying and boating experience a good one for our customers.