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Bayview Yacht Sales

North Saanich Marina
Vancouver Island
BC
Canada

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1979 Fast Passage Cutter

Can$ 99,000 (Listed price: US$88,833)

Deep Bay,BC,Canada

Tioga cruising.
V Berth
Settee to Starboard
Settee to Port
Navigation Station
Galley
Aft Cabin
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Description/Condition

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The Fast Passage was designed by William Gardner and built by Philbrook's Shipyards Ltd. of Sidney, BC. Her large skeg rudder, set aft, provides optimum control when running or reaching. She was designed to offer the knowledgeable sailor optimum performance with all the amenties for pleasurable cruising and sailing.

"TIOGA" is ready for another offshore journey. She is well equipped with many spares aboard.  Live the dream or have a fast, beautiful liveaboard that is capabable of offshore cruising.

Please call or email Larry Glowasky for an appointment to view as she is offsite.




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Hull Shape DisplacementBeam 3.61 m 
Max Draft 1.68 mEngine Make Perkins 
Engine Model 4-108Engine Year 1980 
Fuel Capacity 227.12 lLength at Waterline 10.21 m 
Length Overall 12.04 mNumber of Heads 1 
Holding Tank Size 94.64 lWater Capacity 378.54 l 
Number of Berths 4Number of Engines 1 

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For Sale by

Bayview Yacht Sales

North Saanich Marina
Vancouver Island
BC
Canada

Description

Tioga was built by Philbrooks in Canada in 1979 and designed by William Garden.  She has a fiberglass hull, superstructure and deck and has hardened glass portlights in white PVC frames.  She has a clipper bow, canoe stern, low freeboard, modified full-encapsulated lead keel and a skeg hung rudder.  She is remarkably maneuverable even under reduced sail.

Accommodations

She has a classic teak interior which features two cabins. She has approximately 6' 2" headroom.  Her salon is long and L-shaped with a settee on the port side with TV/video unit and opposite to starboard is a long settee.  Prisms over both settees add additional cabin light.  Her interior is heated by a Dickenson Arctic diesel heater as well as a buss heater.  An opening skylight and large opening port over the stove offer natural lighting and ventilation in the galley area.  The cabin has a double V-berth.  The aft stateroom has a double berth with full headroom and walk around floor space, bureau, medicine cabinet, shelved locker, double berth (over 7 feet long) and opening ports. Immediate access to sailing & engine instruments, propellor shaft and engine.

Galley features include:

  • 24 litre hot water heater heated by engine or AC shore power
  • Accumulator tank
  • Water maker (PowerSurvivor PUR 35)
  • Kenyon Marine Homestrand Model 640 gimballed 3-burner stove with oven and grill
  • Top loading "Danfloss" 12-V refrigerator with freezer compartment
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Fresh water hot and cold domestic water
  • Sea water pump in galley

Rigging & Sails

  • Cutter rigged
  • Anodized Spar powder-coated white aluminum keel stepped mast with mast steps
  • Swage fittings
  • 316 stainless steel standing rigging (2010)
  • Upper lifelines replaced (2010)
  • Schaefer roller furling on forestay
  • Harken roller furling on inner forestay
  • All lines lead back to cockpit for easy sail handling other than main halyard
  • Forespar Spinnaker pole (vertical stowage on mast)
  • Lewmar traveller
  • Adjustable backstay
  • Running backstays

Slab-reefing mainsail of best cruising quality with deep 3rd reefing point.

North sails:

  • Asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffer
  • Gennaker
  • 130% Genoa
  • Full battened mainsail

Double boom-vang / preventer system running port and starboard.  10 Barient winches.

Machinery

  • Perkins 4-108 Marine diesel engine 50 HP
  • Borg Warner 71C (10-17-008) Series Hydraulic
  • Max-Prop: 3-Blade Classic 16"
  • Dual Racor fuel filters and engine-mounted fuel filter
  • Vernalift wet exhaust system

Electrical

  • 12V/110V/220V Shore Power
  •  TrueCharge 40+ multistage battery charger
  • Starter battery charger: Heart Interface Digital Echo Charge
  • House battery monitoring: Heart Interface LINK-10
  • Ample Heavy Duty Alternator (model #1023)
  • CruzPro SAR-20 smart alternator regulator
  • Transformer/isolator: Taylor 4000 W

Batteries:

  • 1 - Starting Battery (2010)
  • 4 - S-530 6-Volt Rolls/Surrette wet cell heavy-duty batteries (2010)

Electronics and Nav Equipment

  • Compass
  • Echo Sounder, Log, Wind Instruments (speed/direction/close hauled)
  • Standard Horizon 50 VHF radio
  • Furuno 1721 GaAs CRT radar
  • Wagner S50 Auto Pilot
  • Fluxgate compass for Auto Pilot
  • Capehorn integrated self-steering system
  • TV / video: Memorex 13" AC/DC colour TV with video cassette unit
  • Jensen Marine CD400M AM/FM CD player

Equipment

  • Hard Taratooga dodger with surround
  • Cockpit Bimini
  • Full cockpit enclosure
  • Winter cover
  • Search Light
  • 6 person DBC Liferaft  (last  inspection 2006)
  • Polaris tender
  • Mariner 15 HP outboard
  • Atkins & Hoyle aluminum davits
  • Lofrans Tigress 1200 watt - 12 volt electric windlass
  • 45 lb CQR and 25 lb Danforth anchors
  • Approximately 100 meters (330') galvanized anchor chain - (8 mm G4 high test)
  • Stainless steel boarding ladder
  • Life lines
  • Fenders
  • Spare parts for engine and water maker
  • Clock and Barometer

Particulars

"TIOGA" is a beautifully crafted ocean-going cutter designed by on of the best in the business, William Garden.  Built for safety at sea and recently equipped for long distance cruising, she is capable of fast passage making in all weather conditions and can be easily handled by two persons.

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.

Custom Contact Information


Please contact Larry Glowasky to arrange a viewing at 250-812-4956 or by email at larry@bayviewyachts.com as the vessel is off-site.