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1973 Tartan 48

31 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

$100,000 as is, where is firm!

This is a Sparkman and Stevens rendition of the Tartan 48 IOR limited production cutter from the early 1970’s. She has the classic lines, and a solid glass hull, double spreader rig and enough beef and speed to satisfy the urge to sail adeptly with grace. She’s currently sailed as a sloop but has all the gear and sails for operation as a cutter.

The vessel is presently dry stored. Please email or call to set up an appointment to see her.

Equipment on Board:

1996 Perkins M50 Diesel w/300hrs

Fresh Water 110 Gallons
Fuel 76 Gallons
Holding 20 Gallons

Sleeps 8 to 11. Layout- large Vee-berth, two bunks, head, and separate shower. Salon w/a very large settee and fiddled drop-leaf table, pull out seat, starboard settee w/a sea berth above. U-shaped galley, Force 10 Propane stove w/oven, double sink, and capacious refrigerator & freezer. Navigation station, Aft stateroom with two berths. 6′ 5″ headroom.

•Force 10 LP 3 burner stove/oven
•Double sink
•Adler-Barbour Refrigerator
•B&G Hornet4 Sailing Monitor
•B&G Hornet4 Depth Monitor w/Alarms
•Raytheon Radar R10
•Autohelm Autopilot
•Pioneer Cassette, AM/FM
•Raytheon Model 210 VHF
•110VAC 30 Amp Shore Power
•12V DC
•125 Amp Alternator
•GFCI Protected Receptacles
•(1) 6D AGM Battery (House) with room for an additional 6D
•(1) 6D AGM Battery Engine Start
•Ratelco 10 Amp Battery Charger
•AC and DC electrical power switch panels
•Rewired in 1986
•Battery Isolation Switches
•12 VDC outlets
•AC and DC volt/amp meters
•Marinetics Propane switch

•Tall Offshore Aluminum Double Spreader Rig
•1X19 1/2″ Standing rigging w/ Backstay 3/8″
•Navtec Hydraulic Backstay
•Mainsail 468 Sqft
•#1,2,3 Genoa
•(3) Spinnakers
•Jib Top
•Lewmar 55 Self-Tailing Primary Winches
•Barient 26 Secondary Winches
•Barient 22-39 Mainsheet Winch
•Barient 20 Mainmast secondary Winches
•Barient 19 Self-Tailing Main Halyard Winch
•Barient 22 Mainmast Secondary Winches
•North Sails Roller Furling
•Harken Traveler Components
•Spinnaker Pole
•Reaching Pole
•Schaefer turning blocks
•Nillson Electric Anchor Windlass
•45 LB CQR anchor with 30′ 3/8″ chain/ 300′ 5/8 Sampson Rode
•Dodger (frame only)
•All Deck Hatches Replaced with the exception of the Aft Lazarette
•Forward Hatch oversized and on slide track
•Edson Wheel
•Weather Curtains around cockpit
•Manual Bilge Pump
•Winch handles
•Sail Cover
•Custom Cockpit Cushions
•Ensign and staff

•Wilcox Crittenden Skipper head
•Wye Valve System and whale manual discharge pump or deck pumpout
•(2) 3200 GPH Rule bilge Pumps
•Shower Sump Pump
•Atlantic Marine Hot Water Heater
•Par water pump w/accumulator
•Fire Extinguishers
•Man Overboard strobe
•Boat Pole
•Life Ring
•Life Sling
•14 PFD
•(3) 5″ Richie compasses
•Docking lines
•Givens Buoy 8 AY-OS Life Raft (uncertified)
•Racor Primary Filter System
•Large openable Dorade Boxes
•1 1/4″ propshaft
•Recovery Engineering Low Energy Watermaker and water filter system(not hooked up)

•Gel Coated, solid, molded FRP laminate
•Fin Keel
•Skegged Rudder

•Major Refit occurred in 1986 and a second refit in 1994
•All Standing Rigging replaced in 1986
•All through-hull’s replaced with more robust units.
•Interior redone by British Trained Shipwright to:
•Replace all pipe berths with Functional furniture
•Revamp the refrigerator compartment
•Replace all overhead living spaces hatches with Goiot Sysrtems
•Interior and Exterior Lighting has been replaced
•Plumbing system has been updated and improved
•Hull, Decks, Mast and Spars repainted in 1994 with Awlgrip
•Fuel Tanks replaced with Custom Aluminum tanks
•Fuel Transfer system installed
•Toe rails have been removed and re anodized
•A proper Propane bottle well was installed with a Freeman submarine type flush hatch

Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
Tartan 48
I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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