TARNA Owner descriptions.
TOPSIDES FORWARD TO AFT
A Rocna 15 is mounted on a custom bow roller. Aft is an Ideal reversible bronze windlass. Forward and to port is a spigot for the deck wash. There is a dovetailed teak Dorade aft of the windlass. Next aft is a custom cedar crate for the anchor rode. The rode has about 30 feet of chain and 200 feet of 7/8 nylon line. There is a large opening hatch on the forward end of the house. When the boat is at anchor, there is a 100 watt solar panel mounted on the port side deck. The mast has three winches mounted on it. One for the main halyard, one for the jib halyard and one for the spinnaker halyard. The main halyard and jib halyards are wire to rope and new in 2013. The topping lift wire was replaced in 2017. There are two lazy jack halyards mounted on the mast. The lazy jacks were new in 2018. There are two dovetailed teak Dorade boxes with chromed bronze cowl vents on the house top, one for the head and the other inboard of the hanging lockers. Next aft is a four-way-opening hatch, one of five built. (This may or may not go with the boat.) There is a Danforth 20H with rode (check) mounted on the house top. There is a stainless steel garage over the teak companionway hatch. Custom screen and drop boards close off the companionway. A Raymarine knot meter, autopilot control head, depth sounder, wind point and close hauled meter mounted on the aft end of the house. The centerboard is raised and lowered by a crank handle that exits the aft end of the house. Engine controls are mounted below the bridge deck as are several navigational light switches. There is a manual pull knob for the engine shut off. A 5” compass is mounted in a chromed binnacle. A teak wheel with elk hide covering is mounted to the binnacle. Two large cockpit lockers are port and starboard of the wheel. Engine controls are to starboard of the binnacle. A large bronze round hatch is located in the cockpit and allows access to the aft end of the engine, exhaust, raw water filter, engine freshwater cooling tank and the stuffing box. The cockpit has four winches mounted to stainless steel brackets. 2 Andersen 46 ST self-tailing winches and 2 Lewmar 30 self-tailing winches are bolted to the stainless steel brackets. A five part tackle controls the main sheet which is in excellent condition and replaced in 2012. The jib sheet was replaced in 2017. All running rigging is double braid Dacron and in excellent condition except for the spinnaker halyard which is older. The there is a Simrad 3G radar dome mounted to the mizzen. At the mizzen mast head there is a VHF antenna for the AIS transceiver. The mizzen has a snubbing winch for the halyard. There is a life sling mounted to the push pit as well as two GPS antennas. There is a dovetailed teak box aft of the mizzen and outside the cockpit combing that houses two aluminum propane cylinders and a gas solenoid. Just aft of the box is a dovetailed teak Dorade with cowl vent.
All working sails have been taken to the sailmaker for repair, cleaning and storage every year.
Hood Main older but in good shape
2018 110% Jib by Vermont Sailing Partners
2015 Full Battened Mizzen by Maine Sailing Partners
2013 140% Genoa by Maine Sailing Partners
Older Hood 130% Genoa in good shape
Older Drifter in good shape
Older Hood Single Luff Spinnaker with sock in good shape
Older Spinnakers for both the main and mizzen
Two Spinnaker poles
TARNA INTERIOR FORWARD TO AFT
There is an area forward housing a spare anchor rode and life jackets. The opening is covered by a curtain.
There is a forward cabin with a lockable door. The large double berth has new cushions port and starboard (both with lee cloths) with a filler piece in the middle. Below the forward berth are two large drawers with lockers beneath. There are LED cabin lights above each berth. Three portlights and the forward hatch illuminate the cabin. There is a step for emergency exit. A fire extinguisher is mounted on the bulkhead. There is a tall mirror mounted on the forward side of the door. Teak and holly sole throughout below.
The head is to port. An Airhead is mounted on a Starboard platform. There is a ventilator fan mounted in the locker outboard of the head. Several lockers and drawers are located to port. There is a counter with an oval sink and a freshwater foot pump. A large locker with sliding doors is located outboard of the sink. The sole is a teak grate. The speed transducer is located under the grate. There is a custom towel rack, soap dish and toilet paper holder on the aft bulkhead as well as an LED cabin lamp. The head has an opening portlight.
Across from the head are two large hanging lockers with shelves outboard.
There is a tile wood stove mounted to port in the main cabin. (We use charcoal in paper bags which lessens the mess.) There is a kerosene lamp mounted above the stove. There are two more kerosene lamps in the main cabin. There is a drawer bank outboard of the stove. (The clock and barometer and half model do not go with the boat.)
There are settees port and starboard that pull out to form berths with lee cloths. There are upper berths with lee cloths to port and starboard with six large drawers underneath and shelves above. There is a AIS compatible VHF to port above the upper berth and an Icom SSB to starboard. There are five LED Danish brass cabin lights in the main cabin.
There is a large teak gimbled table with removable fiddles in the center of the main cabin with drawers at each end. The centerboard pendant tube goes down through the table and provides a good hand hold.
There is a refrigerator/freezer to starboard with a flat surface for charts on top. There is a shelf above and outboard of the refrigerator. There is a Blue Tooth stereo and a backup Standard Horizon GPS mounted on the shelf. Also aft on the shelf is an electronics sub panel. Aft of the refrigerator and covered by a shelf are the batteries. There is a Sterling regulator and battery splitter mounted on the bulkhead aft of the refrigerator. Also mounted on the same bulkhead is the control for the engine-driven Sea Frost refrigeration system as well as Victron battery monitor. An inverter is mounted outboard, and adjacent to that is the processor for the AIS integrated system.
A three burner propane stove with oven and broiler is mounted in a gimballed mount to port. There is a Xintex sniffer mounted under the stove. There is a large locker under the counter aft of the stove. There are lockers both aft and outboard of the countertop and a locker above those lockers as well.
Engine access is gained by removing the companionway stairs and a panel aft of the stairs. There is a door to port as well. Access to the Racor filter and the engine impellor is good. There is a light in the engine room.
Aft of the counter and above the companionway ladder is a locker housing an electrical panel and the heavy duty switch for the windlass.
Simrad NSS 8 touch screen chart plotter with Navionics charts is mounted on a custom bronze swing out mount visible below and in the cockpit with Simrad 3G radar and integrated AIS both transmit and receive
Icom M700 SSB with tuner and Navtec insulated backstay antenna
Blue Tooth compatible stereo with two remote speakers.
Standard Horizons VHF with AIS
Standard Horizon GPS with charts
Raymarine Wind Point with Close Hauled Meter and new mast head unit 2018
Raymarine Depth Sounder 2017
Raymarine Speed 2016
Raymarine Autohelm with corded remote