AT LAST is a 1996 Taswell 58 mid-cockpit, long-range performance cruiser designed by British naval architect Bill Dixon. Her coach roof is raised to enhance volume below and yet swept back to maintain the vessel's outwardly sleek, low-profile aesthetics. AT LAST can accommodate a crew of 7-8, yet be managed confidently by a couple alone. She offers hydraulic roller-furling, backstay, vang, windlass and steering, bow-thruster, generator, A/C, and all the amenities you would expect below.
Her interior is plush without being overstated. Soft-toned, honey-colored teak and off-white vinyl, teak and spruce adorn the cabins and sole. The aft-cabin includes a queen-size berth, en-suite head with shower, private access to aft cockpit, ample storage and headroom adding to the light and airy feeling. Main salon offers seating for dining and lounging, nav station, and lower, full galley to port and additional desk space to starboard. A queen berth is in the cabin forward to port with head, and additional quarters to starboard offer bunks and a head. A V-berth is fully-forward with a shower shared on centerline.
AT LAST was recently surveyed for pre-sale assessment and has been well-maintained until recently. She was found to be in nearly-new condition and requiring no systems, structural or internal upgrading from the standpoint of wear. She is priced to sell, allowing new owners to upgrade systems and address recommendations of surveyor to return her to her full refined elegance.
AT LAST is presently on the hard and available for viewing by appointment.