Friday, June 23, 2017

Tazzarin Sailing

This is the web site of Tazzarin, a Sabre 362, sailed out of Manchester, MA to ports in the United States, Canada and Bermuda.  Tazzarin was launched in 1995 and has logged thousands of miles of coastal and blue water sailing in the western North Atlantic.

She has completed Marblehead Hallifax Races and Newport Bermuda Races and cruised Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Bruswick and Nova Scotia.

 

 

Tazzarin represents the classic blend of cruiser/racer.  Her comfortable interior and cocktpit are designed by the Sabre Design team while her hull form and appendages are the creation of Jim Taylor.

Her Specifications are:

LOA: 36' 2"
LWL: 30' 5"
Beam: 12" 0"
Draft: 6' 6"

Ballast: 5,520 lbs.
Displacement: 13,800 lbs.

Sail Area: 634 sq. ft.
Mast Height Above Water Line: 53' 2"
Fresh Water: 2 Tanks totaling 78 Gals.
Fuel: 34 Gals.
Engine: 32 HP Westerbeke Diesel

 

 

  

Cabin LayoutHer interior has a double berth in the aft cabin, double berth in the forward cabin, transom berths port and starboard in the main cabin.  Head and shower stall midships to port, galley midships to starboard.  The nav station is midhips to port.  A folding table is to starboard in the main cabin.  The forward cabin also has a sink.

Tazzarin takes her name from a character in the book "Tal and his Marvelous Adventures with Noom-Zor-Noom," a children's book written by Paul Fenimore Cooper, a descendant of James Fenimore Cooper.  Tazzarin is the King of the kingdom of Troom.  The book details a journey of the boy, Tal, the mysterious storyteller Noom-Zor-Noom and a talking donkey as they travel through fanciful lands on their way to seek audience before King Tazzarin.

  
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