She’s an amazing girl! A beautiful 1978 Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31. She has a full keel with a cutaway forefoot, displaces 16,000 lbs., is 38′ LOA with a 10’8″ beam. Very stoutly built with a great reputation, she was designed by Henry Morschladt as Pacific Seacraft was just beginning and helped establish their reputation for quality built bluewater capable boats.
She’s a classic with lots (too much?) teak brightwork, lots of interior teak cabinetry and lots of character. We found her in 2011 in St. Augustine, Florida where her previous owners, Wes & Karen Fox, had recently completed a near circumnavigation over an 11 year period. Her former name was “Caprice”. Since then we have refitted her with a new BetaMarine 30 diesel engine, new standing rigging by Port Townsend Rigging and new sails from Kern Ferguson. Among other things…
Tarani heading north along the Washington Coast, 2013
Tarani at anchor, Beaver Inlet, near Johnstone Strait 2014
Tarani at anchore, Haida Gwaii 2015