1984 Tanzer 22
1984 Tanzer 22 #1581 VOLT-berth, 2 quarter berths; storage compartments below; Updated V-berth hatch; Galley with sink that drains to bilge; undercounted storage bucket shelves; Table that converts to quarter berth; Hanging shelves; Teak bulkheads; Teak cabin sole; Modified (additional) companionway step; Hanging shelves; Galley with sink and drain to bilge and with bucket shelves for storage; Propane burner with gimbaled mounts inside cabin and on a modified companionway drop board Port-a-potty; Compass (mounted in modified companionway drop board); Humming Byrd Fish/depth Finder (mounted in modified companionway drop board); VHF Radio (mounted inside cabin); Loran (mounted inside cabin); Port & Starboard batteries; Solar panel and battery charging circuit with battery selection toggle switch; Portable AM/FM/CD; Cabin lamps; Tricolor masthead light; Bow & stern running lamps; Electrical panel with switches and fuses Full batten mainsail with 2 reefing points; includes reefing lines; luff and leech tell tales 110 hanked foresail with tell tales 130 foresail on roller furling with tell tales; Asymmetric spinnaker with sock; Original mainsail; Windscoop; Halyards, boom vang, haul down and reefing lines lead from base of mast through Spinlocks back to cockpit; two banks of three Spinlock line clutches; cam cleats for jib sheets; clam cleats for roller furling line Jib lead blocks with 30" tracks; genoa/spinnaker lead blocks with 76" tracks; four Lewmar winches; two cabin mounted; two cockpit rail mounted Mainsail equipped with lazy jacks; eight feet cockpit with self-bailing through hull scuppers; two Cockpit lockers; Enclosed outboard gas container compartment; 9.9 Horsepower Johnson Sailmaster with extended shaft; Articulating motor mount, new February 2006; Anchor rode locker; Anchor mount on bow pulpit; two Danforth anchors; 100 feet rode; Bow pulpit and stern railing with coated safety lines; Updated Tanzer rudder with ash tiller; 25' aluminum mast with mounted winch; Burgee halyards off the spreaders; Adjustable whisker pole; 9' 6" boom with adjustable outhaul; Boom vang; Down haul; Forestay, backstay and upper and lower shrouds 5/32" 1x19 stainless steel; Split backstay with backstay tensioner; Lifesling; Hand held spotlight with cockpit-mounted outlet; Hull/keel faired and painted with antifoul paint in November 2004; Keel ? hull joint reworked February, 2006 Over the past eighteen months: external teak has been oiled monthly; cabin teak oiled annually; deck and cockpit was scrubbed with dish detergent semiannually; boat was sailed at least weekly; trailer was disassembled, sanded to bare metal and painted with 2 coats of Rust-o-leum; bearings regreased. Many extra features. A great boat that has sailed in the New York Finger Lakes, off the coast of Maine and in the Florida Keys, including a trip to the Dry Tortugas.
November 9 2018 on National Mult Llist