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Old 09-13-2016, 04:03 PM   #1
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Tao Yami Still for Sale

For Sale $59,000
Tao Yami
1987 Hartman Palmer Sundeck Trawler
Offshore 38
built by Tung Hwa Marine Co., Ltd
HIN # LHC38044J787
USCG Documentation # 956754
L.O.A 38’, Beam 13’, Draft 4’
Fiberglass, semi-displacement hull of 23,000lbs
Two staterooms. Two heads. Salon. Flybridge.
Large aft Sundeck with hardtop.
Fresh water boat for last 7 years
Kingston, NY on the Hudson River
Twin Ford Lehman SP 135 diesel engines. <1500 hrs. 3.5 GPH @ 8.5kts
Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmissions. Fluid analysis available.
Westerbeke 8.0 BTD Generator
SeaStar Hydraulic steering
Maxwell-Nillson V1000 Windlass. Rebuilt 2011.
Dual Helm Stations
Electr ical:
Heart Freedom 2000 watt Inverter/100 amp Charger
Xantrex True Charge 20 amp battery charger
New 645aH house battery bank (6 6 volt batteries)
New engine and generator start batteries.
Blue Seas ACR’s
All new cables.
New starter battery switches.
New Link 1000 battery monitor
Full schematic available.
Garmin GPSMAP 540 with depth transducer
Interphase Outlook. Forward looking sonar with transducer.
ShipModul Multiplexer for NMEA depth transducer data to laptop
Icom IC-M120 VHF at Lower helm
West Marine VHF680 DSC Marine Radio at upper helm.
Running Gear:
Recently tuned ZF four blade props.
Nibral 3 blade props as spares
Recently replaced cutlass bearings.
Shark Shaft line cutters
11 Gallon Force Ten Water Heater
Sureflo 2.8 GPM domestic water pump.
Forward and aft Shower Sump pumps
Jabsco Model 37010 electric toilet in Forward head
Raritan Marine Elegance Toilet in Aft Head.
Recent sanitary lines replacement.
Recent holding tank replacement. 37 Gallons
Set for NDZ compliance.
Three automatic bilge pumps.
Double Stainless sink
Origo 4300 dual Alcohol/Electric two burner stove top (no propane!)
Apartment sized GE refrigerator. Built in Microwave.

We have owned Tao Yami since 2009. Our family has lived aboard Tao
Yami for as long as six weeks at a time while we cruised the New York
and Canadian canal systems, Lake Ontario, the 1000 Islands, the St
Lawrence River and Lake Champlain. The boat has kept us safe and
comfortable at all times.

Ten years ago, before we bought her, Tao Yami suffered an electrical fire
in her engine room. The prior owner replaced the damaged wiring and
hoses and secured insurance coverage to put her back into service.
Some evidence of the fire still exists in the engine room. None of which
creates a structural or systemic deficiency. It is unsightly, however. It’s
one of the items on my list that keeps getting put off in favor of more
important projects

One of the casualties of the fire was the loss of much of the air
conditioning system. We removed what wasn’t damaged since we had
no need for air conditioning in our cruising area. Essential elements
necessary for air conditioning are still in place. The raw water strainer
and seacock, water distribution manifold and the electrical system with
it’s own 30amp service are available should the new owner wish to reinstall
Air Conditioning.

Over the years of our ownership we have;
Replaced all helm gauges (upper and lower) with new Faria instruments
Replaced the flybridge bimini
Rebuilt the Maxwell Nillson windlass.
Refurbished all thru hull seacocks.
Replaced the forward head sink with a custom Corian sliding sink
Replaced the forward head toilet. Replaced sink faucet.
Added a solar vent to the forward cabin hatch
Added four new Caframo Sirocco fans.
Replaced the galley sink faucet. Refurbished galley sink cabinet.
Installed all new sanitary lines and vents and a new holding tank.
Replaced aft head toilet. Refurbished aft head sink cabinet.
Refurbished the Swim platform.
Refurbished the salon starboard door.
Refurbished engine room hatch covers
Replaced nav lights with LEDs
Installed an NMEA 0183 depth transducer and display for lower helm.
Replaced all cutlass bearings
Installed Shark line cutters.

It was hoped to take Tao Yami south this fall. In anticipation of that
move, the entire 12v battery system was replaced and upgraded in the
spring of 2016. Six new 6 volt batteries comprise a 645amp hour house
bank. Three new group 31 dual purpose batteries start the two engines
and the generator. All batteries are linked via two Blue Seas Automatic
Charge Regulators. Engine start battery switches were installed. All
cables were fused as required. A watering system was installed on the
house bank. A custom battery box and cover was built. Everything was
done in accordance with ABYC standards. The schematic used was
drawn for Tao Yami by an ABYC certified electrician who monitored the
Family considerations have changed our plans and we have reluctantly
placed Tao Yami for sale.
She is a good boat…

Photos at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xbyx5lykt...Mwpx2DtMa?dl=0

A survey was just completed. More attention was paid to Tao Yami’s
warts and not nearly enough to her great bones. It does describe a solid
hull and good performing systems and engines. (I would say ‘excellent’,
but surveyors don’t use words like that.)
Contact me for a copy.
Don Hall
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Old 09-13-2016, 04:56 PM   #2
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Hi Don:
Nice looking boat. We are in the market and this is close to what we are looking for. Can you send me the survey? it will answer most of my questions.
Email - ftbinc@usa.net

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