1974 Tartan 30

Added 3 November, 2012

About this Sailboat:

“No Mathata” .This Olin Stephens cruising classic, with many current updates, is very comfortable and dependable under sail, at anchor or dock side. A forward V-berth is generous and accommodates sleeping for two. The port side settee converts to sleeping for two more. The starboard settee provides sleeping for another. The port side quarter berth currently contains a clothes storage cabinet, 110v refrigerator and microwave oven providing easy stays for weekends or longer vacation stays. Additional pics available bia email.

Equipment on Board:

Autohelm 800 Autopilot
· VHF radio
· Garmin 440s GPS/Sonar/Fish finder/Data Screen (New 2008)
· Autohelm ST50 Tridata Depth/Speedip Log
· Raymarine ST60 Wind (Updated 2008)
· Twin Flush Mount Compasses

Electrical
115v Shorepower
12 v Outlets (Main Salon and V-Berth)
Dual Batteries with Selector Switch
Automatic Bilge Pump (New 2009)

Deck
· Perforated toe-rail
· Bow Mounted plow anchor with 40’ chain and nylon rode
· Danforth anchor and rode
· Cockpit cushions
· Bimini (New 2007)
· Boat hook
· 2 – Fenders
· 2 – Boat Cushions
· 2 – Dock lines
· Charcoal Grill (New 2008)
· Horseshoe Throwable (New 2009)
· Manual Bilge Pump
· Bosen’s Chair
· Swim Ladder

Sails
The halyards and reefing lines were all replaced in 2008. All halyards
are run back to the cockpit with six cabin top clutches with
corresponding deck organizers and turning blocks.
· Harken Roller Furling
· Mid boom sheeting
· Mainsail
· Spare mainsail
· Lazy Jack system (New in 2008)
· Roller furling work jib (100%)
· Roller furling 150% headsail
· Cabin top clutches, organizers and turning blocks

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