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A quintessential heavy-displacement cruising boat, the Tayana 37 is designed for one purpose, to go places in relative comfort. Its cutter rig, thick rubrails, bronze hawsehole, grooved hull, and bowsprit reflect its cruising aspirations with a nod to tradition.

Bob Perry’s Salty Tayana 37-Footer Boat Review

Tayana 37’s traditional approach still draws big dreamers

With several hundred boats sailing the seas of the world, the Tayana 37 has been one of the most successful products of the U.S.’s Taiwan-built boat invasion that began in the early 1970s. Its shapely Baltic stern, scribed plank seams molded into the glass hull, and lavish use of teak above and belowdecks have come to epitomize the image associated with Oriental boats.

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