‘Tartan’ Category

  1. 2000 Tartan 3700

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Just polished and detailed

    Reduced $10,000 now the lowest priced on the Market.

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    Extremely Popular Model from Tartan. Quality construction and blending of high end equipment. This boat has radar and GPS Plotter along with autopilot. Less maintenance aluminium toerails. Beautiful classic interior with rich cherry wood. Low hours (490) on it’s Yanmar diesel engine.

    Not your standard production boat! Put this quality yacht on your must see list.

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    Equipment on Board:

    Specs
    Designer: Tim Jackett
    Keel: Fin
    Hull Shape: Monohull

    Dimensions
    LOA: 38 ft 0 in
    Beam: 12 ft 5 in
    LWL: 31 ft 0 in
    Maximum Draft: 6 ft 10 in
    Displacement: 16000 lbs
    Ballast: 6500 lbs
    Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
    Dry Weight: 16000 lbs
    Mast Height: 55 ft 0 in

    Engines
    Engine Brand: Yanmar
    Engine(s) Total Power: 37 HP
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Year Built: 2000
    Engine Hours: 490

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: (80 Gallons)
    Fuel Tanks: (38 Gallons)

    Accommodations
    Number of single berths: 7

    Electronics
    Depthsounder
    Log-speedometer
    Wind speed and direction
    Plotter
    Autopilot
    Compass
    GPS
    VHF
    Radar
    Radio
    CD player
    Cockpit speakers

    Sails
    Fully battened mainsail
    Furling genoa

    Rigging
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment
    Electric bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump
    Battery charger
    Hot water
    Oven
    Microwave oven
    Marine head
    Refrigerator

    Electrical Equipment
    Shore power inlet
    Inverter

    Outside Equipment/Extras
    Cockpit table
    Cockpit shower

    Covers
    Lazyjacks

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  2. 2001 Tartan 3700

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Excellent comfortable keel/cb, cruiser, well-maintained, Bahamas twice, very good condition

    Equipment on Board:

    extra fuel tankage, refrig, roller furling 135, Dutchman, windlass with remote, ST6000 below-deck autopilot, Garmin chartplotter, 2 anchors on double roller, chain rode, radar, Raymarine instruments, storage galore, Dodger, Bimini, connector panel, microwave, HDTV, full canvas with cockpit screens, large head with separate shower, numerous other features.

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  3. 1998 Tartan 4100

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Excalibur is a beautiful, very well maintained, freshwater Tartan 4100. Shows like new. She has never been in salt water and has always enjoyed inside winter storage.Excalibur is equipped for comfortable long range cruising and has made many circumnavigations of the Great Lakes. Equipped with solar panels, tank monitoring, screens on all opening ports and hatches, 1000 watt inverter, high output alternator, cold plate refrigeration, custom freezer, Raymarine E-80 navigation system with radar, Vacuflush head, windlass, and generous storage all contribute to the ultimate cruising experience. We lived comfortably on Excalibur for 3 months on one cruise. We can anchor out for days because of the solar panels and invertor. We can easily host another couple on board or two if desired. The spacious main salon can accommodate 6-8 for dinner. The ambiance of the boat is classic with rich cherry wood tones and hunter green accents. The storage is so ample that all items can be in closed storage (with great louver doors for ventilation) and totally out of sight.

    Excalibur is a performance oriented cruiser and would be a good performer or a race course (although we have never raced her). She is equipped with the tall rig, 155% genoa, hydraulic backstay, performance vang and deep beaver tail keel. Tim Jackett has stated that this keel allows the Excalibur to be 2000 pounds lighter than the standard boat and sail 2 degrees higher to weather. She is a beautifully sailing boat.

    Complete details available at www.excaliburforsale.com

    Equipment on Board:

    Excalibur is well equipped for cruising and has navigated the great lakes multiple times. Notable equipment includes solar panels, windlass, Link 2000R 3 stage charging system, 1000 watt inverter, Balmar high output alternator,cold plate refrigeration, custom freezer, tank monitoring system, fuel polishing system, Raymarine E-80 chart plotter with radar and fish finder, Vacu Flush head and more. Complete details at www.excaliburforsale.com

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  4. 1967 Tartan 27

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    This classic Tartan by Sparkman and Stephens is scruffy looking but sails wonderfully. With a full keel and centerboard, higher wind and waves are comfortable.

    Equipment on Board:

    4 jibs, 2 mains, spinnaker (not flown), LOTS of equipment. Owned since 1988, engine rebuilt about 10 years ago. Needs appearance TLC or just sail it as I do. “Good” means mechanically, “Fair” by appearance.


  5. 1971 Tartan 34c

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Sparkman-Stevens classic
    centerboard sloop

    Equipment on Board:

    sails in good condition: Furlex roller furling genoa, main, storm jib,riding sail.
    Atomic 4 engine in good condition, very accessible. Self tailing winches. 2 Danforth anchors.
    Origo alcohol stove, pressurized water. battery charger. solar panel

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  6. 2011 Tartan T-4000

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Awarded Cruising World Magazine’s 2012 Best Midsized Cruiser 40-45ft. Awarded Sailiing World Magazine 2012 Best Performance Cruiser!

    Call Don Aitken, at (# removed) or don@bluepacificboating.com to learn more about this hybred performance cruiser that uses the latest high tech materials and production processes, while retaining the more traditional classic design that preserves the nautical flair of the sailing lifestyle. This boat has “raving fans.”

    Equipment on Board:

    Flag Blue hull,Vacuum infused Epoxy resin hull, Cruise Control Rig with twin headsails including a self-tacking 92% jib, carbon fiber mast, carbon fiber pocket boom,carbon fiber helm pedestals and rudder post, twin helm stations in the cockpit, remote controlled electric windlass, bow thruster, walk-thru transom.

    Two staterooms, electric head with enclosed shower, air conditioning & heat, generator, full instrumentation and communications equipment.

    Full, luxurious nautical interior in solid cherry finished to your specifications.

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  7. 2008 Tartan 4100

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Classic Tartan racer/cruiser design make this a real head turner. Elegant cherry cabinetry, with nautical blue leathette seating fabric. Traditional white hull with teak toerail and cockpit sole. Dodger and bimini cover. Teak cockpit table. This yacht is a pleasure to sail, and performs better than most in its class.

    Equipment on Board:

    Fully equipped, ready to sail. Rigged for single handing. Full winter storage cover.

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  8. 1990 Tartan 412

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    Forward is a large V-Berth with drawers and hanging lockers. There is rich teak wood and “U” shaped seating to port. To starboard is a settee with lots of storage. Next aft is a galley to port with head to starboard. There is a quarter berth to the starboard and a navigation station to port. Interior cushions w/new foam and uphostery were new in 2011 at a cost of $5K. The sole is teak and holly.

    Gypsy Rover is a 1990 Tarten 412, one of only a few built 1989 to 1990. Her design began with the previously successful model, the Tarten 40. Some of her many upgrades made since 2008 include new air conditioning in 2008, Autohelm ST7002 Smart Pilot auto pilot new in 2010, full electronics, windlass. Yanmar engine, Dodger, Bimini, VHF, Sea Frost 110VAC and Engine Driven refrigeration, Gori 3 blade feathering prop ($3400), etc. Gypsy Rover is a great blue water boat that’s turn key and ready to sail away today.

    Equipment on Board:

    HULL and DECK
    Awlgripped Blue Hull w/Clear Coat
    New Bimini (2010) using Gortex thread.
    Bimini is made of sunbrella outside lined with beige linen inside
    New Dodger (2010)
    CQR 44 lb anchor
    Danforth 22 lb steel anchor
    200 feet of 5/16″ chain
    400 feet 5/8 5/8 3 strand
    Simpson Lawrance Spirit 1000 Windlass w/Up ‘n Down switches
    4 Dorades rechromed 2010 (Bronze w/chrome plating)
    Custom Made Cockpit Cushions
    Teak Cockpit table
    6 opening hatches
    11 opening ports
    Linelines new in 2011
    Wash Down Pump on Deck
    Edson Helm
    Emergency Tiller
    Horseshoe Life Ring

    ELECTRONICS
    GARMIN 4212 GPS Chartplotter (2008) in Nav Pod Grand Prix Series
    Chips cover entire East Coast U.S to Bahamas/Turks ‘n Caicos
    GARMIN Radar – GHR18 (2008)
    GARMIN Weather (XM Radio) GDL 30/30A (2008)
    GARMIN Sounder G-SD 22 (2008)
    Autohelm ST7002 Smart Pilot (2010)
    Raytheon ST60 Tridata (Depth, Wind, Speed/Water Temp) at Helm
    ICOM 504 VHF (2008) with ICOM HM 162/SW (2009) Remote Control Mic
    Raytheon Ray 210 VHF Radio
    Raytheon ST60 Multi at Navigation Station
    ACR-Epirb (2008)
    Echomax Radar Reflector (2008)

    Sails and Rigging
    New Main (Pope) in 2009
    120% Genoa (North) new in 2005
    New Asymmetrical Spinnaker (North) used once w/Turtle, ATN Dousing sleeve and ATN-Tacker
    Harken Roller Furling
    (2) Barient 32 ST winches
    (2) Harken 46 ST winches for Sheets ‘n Halyard
    (1) Barient 27 ST for Genoa and Topping Lift
    Lewmar Rope Clutches (5 port, 6 starboard)
    Garhauer Rigged Boom Vang new 2011
    Cunningham new in 2010

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  9. 1974 Tartan 30

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    1974 Tartan 30 – “Mariah” – is a well maintained boat ready to sail anywhere in Southern California.
    A Sparkman and Stevens design, the Tartan 30 is a well proven and excellent sailor.

    Equipment on Board:

    The boat comes with 4 sails, 2 main and jib and genoa
    The boat has a well maintained and serviceable Atomic 4.
    Custom galley with pressurized water and refrigerator
    Full head with new holding tank
    Auto pilot
    Dodger
    All lines to the cockpit
    Lazy jack
    2 anchors
    Spinnaker pole

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  10. 1984 tartan tartan 3000

    October 19, 2012

    About this Sailboat:

    tartan 3000 shoal keel

    Equipment on Board:

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