1996 Tartan 4100
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Beautiful Condition, Turn Key!
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Sausalito, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 179,000
Thank you for your interest in "Kind of Blue", a beautiful, lovingly maintained Tartan 4100.
Throughout her ownership she's been cared for by owners who loved their boat, used their boat, and upgraded their boat to suit their needs, while ensuring equipment was always exercised and maintained in a proactive manner.
"Kind of Blue" is now available on the market. A rare find on the west coast, this particular boat is well equipped for cruising, and ready for her next adventure.
Key highlights include:
- Possibility of transferable desirable Sausalito slip
- Beautiful Awlgrip painted blue hull
- New high quality dodger (2017)
- New Doyle Cradle Cover mainsail bag (2017)
- New house battery bank (2014)
- Recent engine service (2016)
- Major engine service incl. heat exchangers, cooling system, packing gland, propeller re-pitched (2015)
- 110v Air Conditioning with recent service
- Stripped bottom paint, new epoxy barrier coat, hard paint (Oct. 2015)
- Stuffing box replaced (Oct. 2015)
- 3-Blade Bronze 18x12 RH propeller re-pitched, coated with PropSpeed (2015)
- Wifi enabled AIS transponder installed (2016)
- All systems and cosmetics in great condition
At JK3 we are a highly motivated team of sales professionals, and work very hard to market and sell your boat. Please give us a call to discuss our yacht brokerage services.
JK3 prides itself on representing quality yacht listings for west coast USA yacht owners. Whether you're on the market for your next yacht or just exploring, give us a call to see how we can help you find what you are looking for. Remember, JK3 offers free buyer's representation - take advantage of our advice and expertise today!
Please contact Diego Gomez at 510-227-2100
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Kind Of Blue
LOA: 41 ft 3 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
LWL: 35 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 4 in
Displacement: 20400 lbs
Ballast: 8000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Total Power: 42 HP
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: 42B Four
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1500
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 42 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (50 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
On Deck Walkthrough
Boarding is easy from either port or starboard sides, or via the drop down transom door.
Her beautiful white gelcoat decks with newer beige sand nonskid are easy on the eyes in bright sunlight, and provide excellent grip.
You will immediately notice her brand new (2017) dodger which provides excellent sight lines, as well as her brand new (2017) Doyle Cradle Cover mainsail cover and lazy jacks, making for easy sail handling.
The Tartan 4100 has a deep cockpit with great seating areas, each with ergonomic features making it comfortable to be in the cockpit underway or at anchor. The deep cockpit is also a wonderfully protected area when in rough weather, or with young children aboard.
The helm pedestal and large steering wheel allow for great visibility in all directions, and the electronics provide all the data you'll need while underway. Engine controls are well placed on the pedestal. All lines are within easy reach, making it possible to single-hand this vessel safely from the cockpit without stepping far from the helm.
Three lazarettes in the cockpit offer propane storage, access to mechanical systems, and ample deep storage.
The bimini provides excellent shade, yet folds up out of the way easily.
Wide side decks, and a low cabin top make moving forward safe and easy. Handholds on the dodger, dorade covers, and lifelines keep crew secure.
Kind of Blue offers all the benefits of a well thought out deck layout, with many recent updates.
Descending through the companionway, you are immediately greeted by the beautiful open feeling of the main salon. A beautiful teak and holly cabin sole has been protected by rugs, and all of the woodwork is in great condition.
A beautiful U-Shaped settee to port pulls out into a berth, with a centerline table and settee to starboard, 6 guests can comfortably dine. A small, older television is mounted to starboard, and plenty of storage can be found outboard of each settee.
The large navigation station to starboard offers a secure place to sit while underway. Thankfully the nav station has not been modified with too many electronics, but there is plenty of room for additions. Storage abounds, and you'll be able to find organize all navigation equipment, tools, and sailing gear here, leaving the cabin storage for clothing.
Aft of the nav station, is the main entrance to the head. Walking through the door, you enter the shower room, which can be separated from the toilet/sink area by a plexiglass door. Full standing room, with plenty of elbow room, you'll be impressed by the comfort if you ever need to shower onboard. A brand new Jabsco head has been installed (2017), and you'll also find a door to the owners' aft cabin for private entry.
To port is one of the highlights of the Tartan 4100, her enormous galley! A deep refrigerator with 3 access points makes provisioning cooking a pleasurable experience. A small freezer compartment within the refrigerator enables some frozen goods to be carried aboard.
The sink, mounted on the peninsula, allows use from two sides, making space in the galley for the chef. A Force Ten 3 burner stove with oven and microwave are all you need to make gourmet meals, and you will find plenty of storage for all your galley needs.
Aft of the galley is a generous aft cabin with a large double bed on an angle. Plenty of floor space and headroom to comfortable get changed, and more closet space than you'll know what to do with! Private entry to the head is also a great feature of this layout.
The forward cabin v-berth is a very comfortable guest accommodation, with tall hanging storage, several opening vents, and a private vanity.
The Tartan 4100 has a spectacular layout, and incredible volume and headroom for a boat of its size. The condition of the interior aboard Kind of Blue is truly impressive for her age, and shows the care and attention her owners have paid to her over the years.
Dual basin s/s sink
Alder-Barbour 12v/120v refrigeration with small freezer compartment, 3 access points
Force 10 propane 3 burner stove with oven
Quasar 110v microwave
1996 Westerbeke 42B Four, 4cyl 42 hp
Reported ~1500 hrs, meter reads 609
1 9/64" stainless steel shaft
Propeller 3 blade fixed bronze
Morse single lever controls
Additional Mechanical Equipment
Air Conditioning: 2x Marine Air Systems 1200 BTU and 700 BTU
Bilge pumps: Jabsco electric diaphragm with float switch; Manual diaphragm in cockpit
Potable water: Jabsco diaphragm with accumulator; Whale foot pump
Sump: Parmax 3 shower sump
Windlass: Simpson-Lawrence vertical
GPS: Garmin GPSmap 180 (nav station)
Autopilot: Raytheon Autohelm ST6000+ (helm)
Speed/Depth/Wind: Autohelm (3 displays at helm, 1 display at nav station)
VHF: ICOM IC-M59 (nav station, remote at helm)
Stereo and speakers
Batteries: 1x 12v Group 27, 4x 6v deep cycle (2014)
Battery Charger: Heart Interface 100A
2x 30A shorepower cables
Inverter: Heart Interface 1000W
Water Heater: American Marine 6 gal 120v AC and Engine
Tankage and Plumbing
1x 50gal aluminum (base of starboard cockpit locker)
Racor fuel filter and secondary
2x 100gal aluminum and plastic (under port settee in salon and under V-Berth forward)
1x 20 gal plastic
8x thru-hull fittings below waterline
2x Bronze Groco raw water strainers
Anchor: 30# CQR, 30' 5/16" galvanized chain, 200' 1/2" nylon rode
Dual stainless steel bow roller
4x fenders with covers
Doyle Cradle Cover (2017)
Bimini frame and canvas
Wheel cover canvas
Winch covers canvas
Lower-able transom/bathing platform with s/s swim ladder
Fold up cockpit table
Full cockpit seat cushions
Spars, Rigging, Sails
Sloop rig, aluminum, keel stepped
1x19 s/s standing rigging, replaced in 2008
Harken winches: 2x primary 53ST (cockpit), 2x secondary 40ST (cabin top), 1x 32ST (mast)
Sails: Mainsail, 100% jib, 130% jib all 2008
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.