40' Robert Perry 1987

Sandwich, MA

$139,900


  • Yacht Details 40' Robert Perry 1987
  • Location Sandwich, MA
  • Engines Yanmar
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMay 24, 2021
  • Asking Price$139,900
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft 6'


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Specifications

  • Beam: 12' 10''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 6'
  • Displacement: 29,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 100|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 150|gallon
  • Heads: 1

Yacht Description

Arcturus is now in the water and ready to sail!  Call for Details.

Designed by Bob Perry and built by the famous Ta-Shing Yacht Building Company, the Tashiba 40 is a proven design capable of safe, comfortable passages while turning impressive speed.  Beginning in 1984, a total of 115 Tashiba 40’s were built with production ending in 1996.  “Arcturus” is likely one of the last built of this beautiful design, the craftsmanship and attention to detail now a bygone era.  

“Arcturus” has been sailed many miles around the world’s oceans by her loving owners who have taken every measure to keep her maintained to the highest level.  An offshore vessel gives back what’s put in; the essential formula required to sail with confidence in any direction the wind might be offering to take you.

Please email request for high definition photos.

General Construction


Arcturus is now in the water and ready to sail!  Call for Details.

Original Specifications:

Hand laminated one piece heavy duty fiberglass hull with optional polyurethane insulation for live aboard ability. Vinylester resins used on exterior for maximum osmotic protection as well as 951 Armorcote ® gelcoat which is formulated to provide outstanding weather resistance well beyond traditional gelcoats.

A series of longitudinal and transverse stringers are used to provide maximum hull support. Three coats epoxy with three coats Micron CSC anti-fouling bottom paint.

One piece internal iron cast ballast, bedded with fiberglass and polyester resin, glassed over to reinforce hull section.

Hand laminated FRP house and deck with end grain balsa sandwich construction. Where deck hardware is through bolted, it is reinforced with encapsulated marine grade plywood using stainless steel backing plates.

The owners traveled far and wide in search of the rare Tashiba 40 that was not constructed with teak decks.

 

Arcturus does not have teak decks making her easier to maintain and alleviating the potential for water intrusion into the deck coring.

Interior


Formica galley counter, double S/S sinks with covers, S/S lined stove area.
Microwave, drawers and lockers in galley.
(2016) Isotherm Magnum 4701 insulated refrigerator/freezer and new seacock
Force 10 (Model #63351) 3 burner S/S propane stove with oven, broiler, regulator, solenoid, gauge panel, gas hose.
One propane tanks.
FRP molded shower and head with S/S sink.
Louvered solid teak locker doors above all counter tops.
Laminated teak locker door frames.
Spruce battening against the side of the berth areas.
All bulkheads with marine grade plywood built to Lloyd's specifications covered with teak veneer.
Varnished solid teak and holly cabin sole.
Numerous removeable floor boards with S/S hardware.
Hand rubbed satin varnish on all interior teak surfaces.
4" foam cushions on all settee and berth areas.
Removeable formica overheads.
Wet gear locker.
Custom teak saloon table and navigation table.
Vinyl liner in the hanging lockers, and in all other lockers.
Private aft cabin.

Electronics And Navigation


  • Binnacle Mounted Compass
  • Raymarine Wind (Wind Speed and Apparent Wind Angle)
  • Raymarine Speed
  • Raymarine Depth
  • Raymarine Autopilot
  • ICOM IC-M802 Single Side-Band
  • ICOM M802 VHF M506 (2016)
  • Simrad AIS A150
  • (2015) Kenwood FM/Bluetooth KMR M3115 Stereo w/Preamp
  • ICOM Deck Speakers
  • Barometer
  • Horn
  • Ship's Bell
  • Steering Compass
  • (2016) Vespa splitter for AIS-VHF-Both use masthead antenna
  • Zantec Pro Watt Inverter 1,750
  • Cabin and Deck Speakers
  • Mast Bullhorn

*Please note: The radar and wind generator seen in photos 3 and 11 are no longer aboard the boat.

Sails


White standard working sails include full batten mainsail with 2 reefs and sunbrella cover;  high cut yankee;  staysail.
Two storm sails (Main and stay)
Two spare sales (Furling genoa and main with partial battens).
Aluminum mast refinished 2016
Mast pulpits
Storm sail track on portside of mast.
316 stainless steel chainplates.
4 halyards—Main, staysail, genoa and spinnaker.

Spars And Rigging


  • Cutter Rig
  • Forespar (or equivalent), single spreader rig, internal halyards. All finished in colonial 1:vory epoxy.
  • 316 Stainless steel 1 x 19 standing rigging with upper Swage fittings and mechanical lower fittings (Sta-Lok)
  • Running rigging includes: halyards, topping lift, outhauls and reefing.
  • Stainless steel chainplates.
  • Lewmar main sheet track with traveller.
  • S/S main sheet track support over FRP sea hatch.
  •  Masthead mounted windex.
  • Profurl or equivalent roller furling system for headsail.
  • Three halyards - main, genoa and spinnaker.

Deck And Fittings


Non-skid on deck, cabin house, cockpit seat and cockpit floor.
Teak on cockpit coaming:
Teak cap rail.
Exterior teak trim left natural.
Hull and deck color: colonial ivory standard,  non-skid.
Teak hand rail on cabin top.
Genoa tracks.
316 S/S bow and stern pulpits.
#316 S/S stanchions.
Double lifelines with gates, port and starboard.
Double anchor roller chocks on bowsprit.
Hawse pipe.
Six hawse fairleads with six cleats.
Thirteen bronze opening ports with screens and with stainless steel ring.
Teak hatch over main saloon.
Teak hatch over fore cabin.
Companionway sliding hatch.
Teak louvered companionway door and seaboard.
Four FRP dorade vent boxes with S/S cowl vents and forward dorade vent guards.
S/S deck ventilator over shower room.
Two FRP clam shell vents on cockpit coaming for engine and lazarette vent.
EDSON type pedestal steering with brake and pedestal guard.
Wheel with S/S rim.
Four cockpit drains.
Propane tank locker with outboard drain at cockpit.
Four deck filling plates, two for water, one for fuel and one for waste.
All S/S hardware hand mirror-polished.
Emergency tiller with access deck plate.

Maxwell Windlass HWC1500 drum and chainwheel with remote control. Twin bow anchor rollers.
Chain (270 feet) 3/8” G4 on starboard
Chain (75 feet) 3/8” G4  on port plus anchor line.
Vulcan Anchor 73 lbs. (2016)
Storm bridle with chain hook
Light air bridle.
Stainless steel web reel and stern anchor web line.
Danforth type anchor
6 deck prisms
New lifelines (2016)
New dodger (2015)
Stainless steel Bimini frame with sunbrella.
Helm with teak and stainless steel. Sunbrella cover.
Salt water washdown
Twin stern davits with port and starboard dinghy lifting blocks and lines.
One  davit/hoist in cockpit area.
Monitor self-steering with 2 sails.
Port mounted SS swim ladder.
5 ‘ custom winds scoop.
Two poles for Stay and Yankee sails.
Port and starboard preventers.
Dutchman boom brake.

Winches


Total of Ten Lewmar Ocean Series Chromed Bronze Winches:

Primary: (2) #52STC 2-Speed Winches

Secondary: (2) #30STC 2-Speed Winches

Main Sheet: (1) #40STC 2-Speed winch

Halyard: (2) #16C Single-Speed Winches

Halyard: (2) #30C 2-Speed Winches

Outhaul: (1) #16 Winch

(3) Locking Winch Handles

(2) Non-Locking Winch Handles

Engineering And Steering


  • Yanmar 4JH3 diesel engine, 4 cylinder, 55 HP at 3600 RPM.
  • Fresh water cooled installed on rubber mounts with dripless shaft seal.
  • Water cooled exhaust elbow mounted on engine with FRP muffler system.
  • Lead/Foam insulation in engine room.
  • Engine controls and engine stop control with alarm systems.
  •  Propeller 18" x 11" x 3 blade with 1 1/8" S/S shaft.

Plumbing And Tankage


Total of 100 gallons diesel 3 fuel tanks with inspection plates.

Two S/S water tanks, baffled with inspection plates, total capacity-165 gallons.
One 100 gallon 2 fuel tanks with inspection plate.
Electric Raritan Elegance Head-Fresh or salt water pressurized modes with holding tank  and Y valve for overboard discharge.
Two electric bilge pump with auto switch.
Two manual bilge pump.
One shower sump pump.
One fresh water foot pump in galley.

One salt water foot pump in the galley.
Hot and cold water pressure system with accumulator tank.

Water Heater Sea Ward Marine F700 (2015) 5 gallon tank.
One 5 gallons hot water heater.
All thru-hull fittings and tanks are bonded to ship's ground system.
H & C Faucets in galley and head.
Large S/S double sink in galley.
Large S/S sink in head.

Electrical


12 Volt and 110 Volt electrical system.
Switch panel with circuit breakers.
Full gauges for AC/DC panel.
110 Volt shore power system.
110 Volt GFI outlet in head.
All zincs as required.
Six 100 AMP AGM Batteries (2017) with two four-way  selector switches.
One 30 AMP/HOUR shore power inlet.
Six 110 Volt duplex outlets throughout the boat.
Eight LED dome lights. Various bulkhead lights, and chart table light.
LED Navigation lights to international rules.
LED Steaming light, anchor light and deck light on mast.

Safety Equipment


New Category-Safety Equipment
Life sling
ARC SM2 buoy light.
P and S jacklines
Fire Boy Xintex Auto propane fume detector in bilge and behind stove.
Emergency tiller
ARC Global Fix Epirb (2017)
Gale rider

Recent Upgrades


Chain plates replaced .With 316  SS.
Replaced SS wire rigging and terminals.
Replaced P and S yankee tracks, fasteners and block.
Reefer insulation Upgrade and added:
    360 around sides, undercounter top and below reefer.
    Insulating board in Lazarette
    Insulation in diesel compartment encased in metal.
Shower pump (2016).
30-gallon propane tank (2015)
Replaced propane gas lines.
Bilge pumps
Below galley deck
Two elect 1000 gpm.
One whale gusher deck mounted 2016


Diesel:
2018 Rebuilt 100 amp
2018 Rebuilt space 165 amp Balmar
2017 Balmar Max Charge and harness
2016 Diesel fuel fill lines
2017 New raw water pump unit
2018 Cutlass, dripless boot kit replaced.
    Spare two blade prop.
Working three blade prop balance
2018 Exhaust hose

Electrical:
2016 Pro Mariner 40 amp 3 bank charger.
2016 Navigation: running, tricolor and steaming lights LED
2016 LED spreader and fore deck
2016 Lighting below deck LED overhead lights
Passageway night lights
2015 30 gallon propane tank and solenoid
2018  cabinet LED lights
Locker lights

Miscellaneous Above Deck:
5 Deck boards. Locking. Some with storage below
Brass ship’s clock
Brass ship’s barometer
Miscellaneous Above Deck
Cockpit mounted whale bilge pump2016    
Cockpit folding table and cupholder with sunbrella cover.
3 Varnished drop boards
P & S sunbrella toe rail covers at gates.
Replaced propane lines.
Bronze Ship’s bell
Force 10 Sea Chef barbeque
Deck cushions
Varnished outboard motor mount.
Original fiberglass deck-Not Teak Deck.
NUMEROUS SPARES FOR BLUE WATER SAILING.

 

Comments


Designed by Bob Perry and built by the famous Ta-Shing Yacht Building Company, the Tashiba 40 is a proven design capable of safe, comfortable passages while turning impressive speed.  Beginning in 1984, a total of 115 Tashiba 40’s were built with production ending in 1996.  “Arcturus” is likely one of the last built of this beautiful design, the craftsmanship and attention to detail now a bygone era.  

“Arcturus” has been sailed many miles around the world’s oceans by her loving owners who have taken every measure to keep her maintained to the highest level.  An offshore vessel gives back what’s put in; the essential formula required to sail with confidence in any direction the wind might be offering to take you.

Please email request for high definition photos.




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