Other photos: Starboard profile, Photo 2, Stern, Optional Fleming self-steering, Starboard stern quarter, view one, Starboard stern quarter, view two, Deck from above, Caribbean sunset, Dec.,2010, Atlantic reaching, 600 miles off E. Coast, Nov., 2010, Port profile, Caribbean, Dec., 2010, Starboard hull, Port hull, View from astern, Cockpit, view one, Cockpit, view two, Cockpit, looking aft, Cockpit table, Port side deck, Starboard side deck, Windlass, bow, Custom anchor locker, Deck, looking aft, view one, Bow from below, Foredeck, Deck, looking aft, view two, Feathering Max Prop, Skeg, rudder, Anderson electric primary winch, Radar, cockpit display, Forward cabin, view one, Forward cabin, view two, Forward cabin, view three, V berth, view one, V berth, view two, V berth, view three, Forward cabin, looking aft, Head, view one, Head, view two, Head, view three, Looking aft into main cabin, Main cabin, looking forward, Main cabin, looking forward to starboard, Starboard pilot berth, Main cabin storage, Dinette, view one, Dinette, view two, Galley, port quarterberth, Stove, Galley sink, Galley storage, Nav station, view one, Nav station, view two, Icom HF SSB transceiver, Electrical panel, Aft hanging locker, Companionway steps, Quarterberths, Starboard quarterberth, Opening port, starboard quarterberth, Port quarterberth, Tool storage drawers, Engine, view one, Engine in custom insulated enclosure, Ockam racing instruments, Deck prism, Batteries, Inverter, Ockam sailing instruments, PUR watermaker, Westerbeke spare parts kit, Caribbean anchorage, winter 2010, Foredeck, Deck, looking aft to starboard, Deck, looking aft to port, Deck, looking forward to starboard, Deck, looking forward to port, At anchor, August 13, 2011, At anchor, August 13, 2011, At anchor, August 13, 2011, Bow, Deck from masthead, Photo 82.
The Sparkman & Stephens-designed Tartan 41 has long been recognized as a capable boat, strongly built with attractive lines, suitable for offshore cruising or racingbut equally happy as a recreational coastal cruiser . CHOUETTE, at 39 years young, is in remarkably good condition, other than some deck coring which is wet in places. CHOUETTE features much fine custom mahogany cabinetry below and has received a number of systems upgrades including engine, transmission, electronics, sails, and rod rigging. The current owner estimates that over $200,000 has been spent on upgrades and new equipment since 2006.
CHOUETTE's owner owner finds her to be too small for his family's needs and has decided to sell her and purchase a larger boat. He would consider an even trade or a trade plus cash of a catamaran or larger monohull. CHOUETTE is located on the south shore of Puerto Rico.
Please contact John L. Procter, CPYB at 781-749-1645
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