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1979 Tartan 37

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The Tartan 37 is one of the most successful cruising sailboats ever made. It has proven to be a very capable and strong design. This is the keel/centerboard version. She handles well at all points of sail and in heavy weather. This boat has been meticulously maintained and covered every winter. No deck delamination or bottom blistering (recent survey) New flag blue Awlgrip with gold cove and waterline gets lots of attention. She will no doubt bring her new owners many years of great sailing.

Equipment on Board:

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: Apelco 5160 and Raymarine hand held VHF radios, Standard CP300I chart plotter, Garmin handheld GPS, Uniden QT Depth digitalDepth, Datamarine Speed/log,5″ Ritchie binnacle mounted compass, Raytheon R-10X radar and reflector, clock and Barometer.

Extruded Aluminum spar keel stepped through coach top
Extruded Aluminum boom,5/16″ & 1/4″ 1 X 19 Stainless steel,combination of braided lines with Lazy Jacks,Harkin Furler 2)# 44 Lewmar,(4)# 8 Lewmar winches(1) Main(1)135% Genoa#1,#2 dacron sails all in great condition.
One (1) 22 lb. Danforth and (1)33lb.Bruce,Approximately 400’of nylon rode,30’of chain
Hillerange Three burner alcohol stove top with oven
Very well insulated ice chest
WATER TANKS: Two rectangular polypropylene 90 gallons total,
Fuel Tank: 53 gallons
110 VAC and 12 VDC Panel at Nav Station,Way, Battery Switch3 Wet Cell 12V Batteries,Smart Charger 100 amp alternator
Included: Avon 10.Rib inflatable Hull and 15 HP Mercury outboard
Blue awlgrip topside paint, eight port-lights, 1 SS water heater,1 forward hatch,
lens, SS durades, all interior cushions, maroon, Richie Compass, 105 amp alternator, head.

Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
Tartan 37
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