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- Harpswell, ME
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- Current Price:
- US$ 49,000
A very nicely maintained and upgraded version of the great sailing Tartan 34 MK II. On her second owner, she has always been a New England boat stored out of the water covered 8-9 months per year. Some of the recent upgrades include new main salon upholstery, Garmin 4208 color radar plotter, Tides track system for main sail, new Bimini and connector and much more.
"A Certified Professional Yacht Broker and Past President of the Yacht Brokers Association of America, Bill holds an Unlimited Master Mariner's License and has over 40 years experience in marine fields. Bill has been a broker with ECYS since 1998.".
Please contact Bill Full, CPYB at 207-846-4545
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
LOA: 34 ft 5 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
LWL: 28 ft 10 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
Displacement: 11000 lbs
Ballast: 4400 lbs
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (65 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (26 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (14 Gallons)
Accommodations for five to six in a bright airy interior with varnished teak trim and cabin sole. There are nine opening ports and two large hatches (one equipped with a solar vent) along with two dorades providing an abundance of light and natural ventilation. 12 Volt lighting throughout with swivel style reading lamps at the berths and settees and dome style lamps in working areas.
Forward is a separate stateroom with 6'-3" V-Berth with filler (needs new cushions), below the berth there is some "bin type" storage with additional storage in drawers and a large hanging locker aft and to port. Aft and to starboard is the Head with vanity with storage, stainless steel sink and H&C pressure water and Compact II head with manual flus plumbed via a Y-Valve to the holding tank.
Next aft is the Salon with straight settees P&S with some storage as well as tankage under, storage behind the set back and in lockers and shelves above. Dining is from a large drop down table that conveniently stows out of the way at the forward bulkhead when not in use.
Aft and to port is the Nav. Station followed by a quarter berth large enough that two can sleep in comfort should need arise.
To starboard is the the L-Shaped galley with Formica counter tops, single deep stainless steel sink with H&C pressure and manual fresh water. The "ice box" is equipped with Isotherm dual voltage refrigeration and cooking is handled on the CSI gimbaled 3 burner CNG stove with oven.
- Sony AM/FM/Cassette stereo with speakers in the Salon
- Sonc 10 Disc CD changer
- CO monitor 2009
- 2010 New main cabin cushions and upholstery
- Vessel DOES NOT convey with galley ware, dishes and flatware
- Xintex Propane/CNG fume detector
- New V-Berth hull liner 2012
- New head faucet and galley faucet rebuilt 2014
Sails & Rigging
Equipped with the optional tall rig at 50' mast head height which is keel stepped and double spreader rigged finished with Gull Gray Awlgrip. 1X19 stainless steel wire rigging which was thoroughly inspected by a professional rigger in 2009 and replacements made as needed and otherwise found defect free. The boat appeared to have been largely a "dock boat" before being purchased by her second and current owners in 2008 and consequently her sails, while original, appeared to be like new at that time.
- Harken Mark IV roller furling 2009
- New forestay, baby stay and backstay and mast wedges 2009
- Tides Marine Strong Track system for Mainsail 2010 and main modified to fit and to include removable full battens
- Lewmar #26 2-speed winches are self tailing
- Lewmar #40 2-speed secondaries mounted on house top
- Lewmar #40 2-speed halyard winches on house top
- Upgraded Harken Offshore mainsheet traveller
- Harken Quick Vang rigid boom vang
- Pole is for use with jib
- Sobstad Mainsial with full battens in good to very good condition
- Sobstad 110% RF jib only used by current owner starting in 2008
- Sobstad 150% RF genoa used lightly by original owner
- Sobstad 3/4 oz. spinnaker perhaps used once or twice by original owner
- New sail cover 2009
Set up for coastal cruising. All electronics except the VHF are located in the cockpit in pods at the helm..
- Garmin 420 GPS/Plotter/Radar display 2008
- Garmin 18" Radome mast mounted 2008
- Autohelm 4000 autopilot
- Datamarine Speed/Log (New transducer 2011)
- Datamarine Depth (new transducer 2009)
- Datamarine Wind Point & Speed (rebuilt 2012)
- Icom M-58 VHF radio at nav. Station
- Ritchie 5" binnacle mount compass
Wired for 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC Service.
12 Volt DC
- Switch panel with breakers
- Volt & Amp meters
- 90 amp alternator new 2010
- 3 Group 31 batteries
110 Volt AC
- 30 amp shore power connection
- 50' 30 amp shore power cord
- Switch panel with breakers
- Water heater (new 2015) also engine supplied
- Guest 30 amp battery charger
Universal fresh water cooled 3 cylinder 24 hp diesel. No hour meter is fitted but the boat has always been a New England Boat and was largely a "dock boat" under her first owner. Her second and current owners have cruised her extensively in Maine but still estimate that they have put less that 60 hours a year on the engine so it is likely that there is less than 2000 hours total.
- Racor fuel filter
- New stainless steel prop shaft 2013
- New engine mounts 2013
- Transmission rebuilt 2013
- PYI dripless shaft log rebuilt 2013
- New cutlass bearing 2013
- Isotherm 5 gallon hot water heater 2015
- Electric bilge pump 2015
- New water tanks 2012 main cabin, under V-berth 2012
- Auto prime macerator pump
Hull & Deck
White fiberglass hull with original white gel coat in excellent condition and blue boot stripe and cove stripe. The bottom is painted with black ablative anti-fouling, and was stripped and barrier coated about ten years ago. Both hull & deck are cored with Contour Core closed cell foam coring. This Tartan 34 MK II is fitted with the "Scheel Keel". Henry Scheel was one of the first naval architects to recognize the benefit of winglets on the base of a keel.
Two tone fiberglass decks with molded in non-skid, light tan or "Moondust" on white. Double stainless steel stanchions and lifelines with gates on starboard side. T-Shaped cockpit with Edson wheel steering, large sail locker to port.
- Lewmar V1 electric windlass 2009
- 35 lb CQR with 300' of 8 plait 5/8 rode and 30' 5/16' chain 2009
- 21 lb Bruce secondary anchor with 100' plus rode
- 12 lb Danforth with rode
- New stainless steel bow chocks & cleats 2011
- Salt water wash down system 2011
- Bimini & connector to dodger 2012
- Dodger re-stitched 2012
- Teak cockpit table
- 5 fenders with covers, 4 dock lines
- Swim/boarding ladder at transom
- 2 Type II PFDs 1 Type 1 PFD
- Horeseshoe lifering
- Plastimo Rescue Sling
- 3 fire extinguishers
- Flare Kit
- Radar Reflector
- Hook Knife Emergency Line Cutter
- Older Achilles 10' inflatable dinghy with 2004 Mercury 2.5 2 stroke outboard
This very well cared for Tartan 34 MK II is on just her second owners and has always been a New England boat. She is only being sold as her owners are retiring from boating after many years. She is a dream to sail, is easily handled and shows very well.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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