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1976 Tartan 27

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

A great little cruiser. We spend the summer of 2007 on Casco Bay, doing long weekends and some extended sailing. Very stable for her class and quite well built.
She was surveyed in 2007 and the survey is availabe via email. Also:
-new sails in 2007
-new centerboard in 2007
-new head in 2003
-new rubrail 2007
-new batteries in 2004
-engine cooling rebuilt in 2005

The main cabin has dinette to port which is converted from the double berth. Chart and storage racks in teak. Galley has s/s sink w/hand pump; stove to is double burner alcohol (Origo 4000) recessed w/chopping block cover (2003); ivory laminate countertop w/divided storage behind; dorade ventilator above; teak drawer and cabinets below. Bin lockers with storage hatches below all bunks.

Cockpit: Hunter green dodger with clear plastic windows(2002); all engine controls and gauges; Gusher manual bilge pump; two huge teak covered seat storage lockers
Main sheet traveler and track behind the ash tiller; seats 7 in the cockpit comfortably.
She is a great boat, but we have moved on to a larger boat so we must sell her.

Equipment on Board:

-Rule 750 automatic bilge pump
-Magma stern rail mount propane barbeque
-Life Sling man overboard system w/stern rail holder
-3 dry chemical fire extinguishers
-4 adult life jackets w/case
-Fog horn (manual air)
-VHF
-telescoping boat hook
-14lb Danforth anchor w/100’ 5/8” nylon rode
-16.5 Horizon claw anchor w/125’ 5/8” nylon rode
-(2) 5/8”x 25’ 3 strand nylon dock lines
-(2) ¾”x 25” braided nylon dock lines
-(2) 8” x 20” Taylor Made fenders
-(2) 5”x 18” Taylor Made fenders
-Stern mounted American flag with teak pole and s/s socket
-Outboard Engine Mount on Stearn Rail.

Tartan 27
Tartan 27
Tartan 27
Tartan 27
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