Tartan defined the term “performance cruising” and, in reference to the Tartan 4300, Bob Perry is quoted as saying that “I like just about everything I see on this boat.” Tim Jackett’s design won Cruising World’s 2008 Domestic Boat of the Year and Best Midsize Luxury Cruiser. No wonder that there were over 35 of these 4300’s built despite the recession and very few have come on the used market. RAVEN’S WING came off Tartan’s Fairport, Ohio production line in December 2008 with most of the factory options and has since added many more custom features making her not only a well-equipped blue water cruiser, but a vessel that draws admirers wherever she goes. From her double furling North head sails that includes a self-tacking jib to her carbon fiber mast and carbon fiber Leisurefurl boom, all controlled by four two-speed electric cockpit winches, she is the epitome of “push button” sailing. The owner, an experienced sailor, equipped RAVEN’S WING to be his retirement boat but now, due to health issues, must put her up for sale.
Engine upgraded to Volvo D2-75 hp from standard 55 hp engine
Extra 40 gallon diesel fuel tank
Leisurefurl carbon fiber in-boom furling mainsail
Four electric powered two speed winches in cockpit
Carbon fiber mast
Spectra Ventura watermaker
KVH satphone and sat TV
Espar diesel heating system
Lewmar bow thruster
You will not find a nicer maintained boat…. PERIOD. RAVEN’S WING has been cruised and docked exclusively in the Pacific Northwest and Bay Area. She has been spared the rigors of tropical UV and heat. The sellers are without doubt meticulous boat owners: covers for everything, spotlessly clean bilges and engine room, plastic organizers and bins in drawers and lockers. No expense has been spared to take care of this special boat. The brightwork is in excellent condition and has been properly maintained each summer. The painted black hull and white coachroof are glossy and unscratched. The interior cherry joinery and soft goods appear very close to new.
RAVEN’s WING is a “must see boat.” We realize that buyers may be viewing this specification from anywhere in the world and that Seattle may be a long way to travel. To detail the condition, appointment, and outfitting of this boat, we’ve provided over 200 photos. In addition, we’ve tried to be very comprehensive with the list of equipment, systems and gear. In the end, there is no substitute for viewing RAVEN’S WING which is conveniently moored at our Lake Union sales dock in the heart of Seattle. You will not be disappointed. The photos do not lie.
CONSTRUCTION DETAIL HIGHLIGHTS:
Resin infused epoxy hull; strong, light, and osmotic resistant
Synthetic foam core in hull for thermal and acoustical insulation and impact resistance
90 degree flush Marelon thru hulls
Lead keel with 4% antimony for hardening
Jeffa rack and pinion steering system
Carbon fiber rudder post autoclave molded for high strength and low weight
Low friction rudder bearings
Hand fit American Cherry interior with raised panel cabinet doors
1” solid stock raised panel varnished cherry passage doors in full cherry framed jambs
Solid cherry face, dovetail joined, all wood drawers throughout
Please contact Swiftsure Yachts Sales Team at (206)378-1110
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Tim Jackett
Warranty: 15 years
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 43 ft 1 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
LWL: 37 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 23800 lbs
Ballast: 8775 lbs
RAVEN’s WING has a black Awl-grip painted hull with a double white boot stripe (6” tall above 2” tall). Her sheer is accented by a 1” Tartan signature gold cove stripe. The bottom is coated with red antifouling paint. A stainless steel rub strip protects hull sides at the deck edge and is mounted below and outboard of the 2-1/2” tall varnished teak toe rail. The bow has a slight overhang. Double bow rollers are welded to the stainless steel stemhead fitting. The stern has a reverse transom with fold down door/swim platform. A narrow swim step below the closed transom door and a stainless steel step allow stern boarding with the door open or closed; a clever safety feature.
Staying aboard is a critical to crew safety. Twenty-seven inch high double uncoated wire lifelines surround the deck between stanchions. The stainless steel stern pushpit extends well forward to provide a positive handhold while exiting the cockpit. Ample handholds can be found around the deck including varnished teak handrails on each side of the coachoof, on the cockpit dodger sides and aft of the dodger. Deck drains on each side are plumbed below the waterline to avoid hull side streaking. The deck and coachroof are glossy white gel-coat. Non-skid areas are a contrasting grey “sand” non-skid and surrounded and broken by gloss white waterways. Tartan’s nonskid provides excellent traction while remaining easy to clean.
The raised coachroof provides excellent interior headroom while keeping freeboard moderate. It’s also ergonomically well proportioned; high enough to sit on yet easy to step up onto. Ample overhead hatches and opening side ports are fitted for light and ventilation. Five acrylic PortVisors are fitted to opening ports at the heads and galley allowing them to be left open during rain showers. Foul weather ventilation will be excellent due to the two overhead hatches located under the dodger and four dorade vents. Two solar vents, one in each head, keep these spaces fresh at all times.
The anchoring equipment is well conceived and installed. Double anchor rollers with substantial stainless steel cheeks project well forward of the stem to keep chain and anchors from damaging the hull. Polished stainless steel sheet metal wraps around the bow up high for additional protection. A stainless steel fastpin positively secures the anchor into the roller. A strong “bail” over the roller, forward will serve nicely for tacking an asymmetric spinnaker. A stainless steel riding pall is mounted atop a hard plastic board between the bow roller and windlass. The Lewmar vertical capstan anchor windlass is fitted with a line handling gypsy head atop the chain wildcat. This powerful windlass is operated with cap protected foot buttons on the bow. A fresh water pump supplies pressure water via a Jabsco quick connect fitting in the deck and an X-hose Pro self-retracting hose and nozzle to clean the anchor chain of mud. A waterproof switch for the washdown pump is mounted in the bow locker. The windlass is recessed slightly below the foredeck and fitted with overboard drains to prevent dirt and water from running down the side decks. The chain locker is all the way forward in the bow, with vertical orientation below the windlass to maximize chain hang. The chain locker drains overboard to keep debris out of the bow locker and bilges. A Lewmar digital anchor chain counter is mounted in the bow locker to accurately measure chain deployed and set proper scope.
Deck accessible storage is an important feature on any cruising boat and the Tartan 4300 delivers well in this department. The bow locker is accessed through an 18”-forward by 36”-aft, by 21”-long guttered and gasketed locking hatch just aft of the anchor windlass. The chain locker is all the way forward in this locker. An 18” long stainless steel bar for hanging mooring lines is mounted on the aft bulkhead. An LED dome light illuminates this locker at night. The X-hose and nozzle for washing the anchor chain or deck is stored in a mesh bag. The secondary anchor chain is stored in a mesh bag aft of the primary chain locker. A waterproof switch for the washdown pump is mounted on the port aft bulkhead. A plethora of dock lines are hung on the line bar.
Designing a cockpit that balances sailhandling vs. lounging/socializing is a challenge. After decades designing dozens of Tartan models, Tim Jackett has done a superb job with the 4300. Design and tooling details are excellent. Tall cockpit coamings keep side deck water out of the cockpit and wide coaming tops are comfortable for stepping or sitting on. The helmsman has many comfortable seating positions to choose from thanks to the “T” shaped cockpit with removable outboard infills and raised 14” wide helm seat aft. Cockpit settees measure 7’ long by 22” wide; ample for sleeping on. Seatbacks are well angled for comfort and measure 13” high with good back support. A padded stainless steel back support is fitted at the helm seat. The cockpit dodger carries aft far enough for one person on each side to sit out of the rain. Grab rails are fitted on the sides and a leather-covered grab rail is fitted to the aft edge. The propane locker is located aft in the port coaming. A storage cuddy is located to starboard of the helm beneath the coaming. Four recessed drink holders are molded into the coamings outboard of the helm. Custom, removable teak grates cover the cockpit and swim platform sole. Two exterior stereo speakers are mounted below the helm seat.
Two stern quarter storage lockers are accessed through hinged hatches in the outboard helm seats. Removable mesh bags are secured to inside perimeters of each of these hatches. A huge cockpit lazarette locker is located below the port cockpit settee. All cockpit locker hatches are gasketed and guttered and fitted with key locks for security. Immediately inboard of the lazarette hatch is a dedicated bag for storing the companionway washboards.
The Lewmar/Whitlock steering pedestal is obviously “command central.” The dual spoke leather-covered steering wheel measures 54” in diameter allowing the helmsman to sit well outboard on the coamings for excellent visibility when sailing. A Whitlock single lever throttle/shift is to starboard. The Raymarine E-80 multifunction display is mounted in a Navpod on the binnacle guard. The Ritchie binnacle compass is fitted with a stainless steel hood. Bow thruster, engine panel, and autopilot are mounted on the pedestal top. BP Marine waterproof switches for nav lights, steaming light, deck lights, courtesy lights, cockpit lights, and engine room blower are on the aft side of the pedestal top housing. This feature saves a trip below to turn lights on and off. Receptacles for the VHF ram microphone, anchor windlass remote control and a 12V outlet are located in the starboard coaming cuddy adjacent the helm. A varnished teak dropleaf cockpit table is mounted on the forward side of the pedestal.
The helm seat hinges and secures up to access the walk-through transom and fold down swim/boarding platform. A Harken 4:1 tackle with ratchet control block and cam cleat lowers the transom door onto fixed cable supports. The swim platform is coated with white gelcoated non-skid and topped with a removable teak grate. A folding over/telescoping four rung stainless steel swim ladder is fitted to the swim platform. A Plastimo bathing shower hose, nozzle and hot/cold mixer valve are mounted in the walk-through transom to starboard.
Petit Trinidad bottom paint applied March 2014
(4) Custom stainless steel open mooring chocks (2-bow, 2-midships)
(6) Custom “Tartan” 10” long stainless steel mooring cleats
27” High double, uncoated wire lifelines
36” Wide midships boarding gates
6’ Wide aft boarding gates between stern pushpit and aft most stanchions
(8) 14” x 4” Stainless steel opening cabin side ports
(4) 9” x 3” Stainless steel opening cabin side ports
(2) 9” x 3” Stainless steel opening ports from aft stateroom into cockpit side
Insect screens for opening ports
24” x 24” Bomar stainless steel hatch in foredeck
(2) 20” x 20” Bomar stainless steel hatches in coachroof
(4) 12” x 12” Bomar stainless steel hatches in coachroof
(2) Nicro solar powered vents
(4) 8” Stainless steel cowl vents mounted on teak topped, integral fiberglass dorade boxes; Cowl vents are protected by stainless steel bars.
(4) Cover plates for dorade vents
Lewmar Delta polished stainless steel anchor
Lewmar V3 12V stainless steel vertical capstan anchor windlass with line gypsy, with handle for clutch control and manual operation
Spare solenoid control for anchor windlass
Lewmar AA150 digital anchor chain counter
Stainless steel anchor chain riding pall
300’ of 5/16” G4 high test galvanized chain
Secondary 3/8” galvanized anchor chain and rode
50’ XHOSE Pro self-retracing hose with nozzle for anchor washdown stored in mesh bag
Light grey Sunbrella yacht acrylic covers for handrails, dorade boxes, companionway, steering pedestal, and cockpit table
Cover Craft cockpit dodger with side grab rails, aft leather covered grab rail, removable window covers and black full dodger storage cover
Cover Craft cockpit bimini top with support pole
Bottom Sider cockpit cushions
(4) Large Wichard “D” rings for safety harnesses mounted in cockpit
Cockpit sole and stern boarding platform LED courtesy lights
75’ XHOSE self-retracing washdown hose and nozzle.
Plastic storage box full of boat cleaning and maintenance supplies
West Marine telescoping boat hook
Stainless steel telescoping deck scrub brush
West Marine inline charcoal filter cartridge and hoses for filling water tanks
Varnished teak dropleaf cockpit table with cover
Stainless steel telescoping four rung swim ladder mounted on swim platform
Kato stainless steel dinghy davits with Harken 6:1 tackles and cam cleats
Teak flagstaff and US ensign
(6) Fenders with fleece covers embroidered with boat name
Two sets of dock lines
Dinghy with cover, bowbag, footpump, oars and tie down straps
SAFETY & SECURITY:
Switlik man overaboard MOM-8A automatic inflate module mounted on port quarter rail
Survival Technologies abandon ship bag
ACR 406 GPS-Pro EPIRB; battery expires 12/2015
Fireboy HFC227 automatic engine room fire extinguisher with auto engine shutdown
Halotron portable fire extinguisher at nav station
(2) Fire extinguishers in staterooms
Xintex S2A propane sniffer alarm and solenoid control valve
Flagship Marine Security alarm system for companionway with keypad and FOB remote
Keyed locking cabinet/locker latches: (2) navstation drawers, aft port main cabin upper locker, forward cabin stb center locker door, bow locker, cockpit lazarette, propane locker, stern quarter lockers
Forespar lightning dissipator grounded to keel through grounding wire in mast
Antal Mobri S-4 radar reflector on starboard shroud above top spreader
Emergency use spare stay
Safety jack lines
SAILS & RIGGING:
RAVEN’s WING has been outfitted for fast/shorthanded passagemaking and daysailing with the ability to deploy ample sail area for light winds while easily reefing and trimming sails with powered winches as wind strength and direction dictate. All deck hardware is high quality Harken hardware with stainless steel trim selected whenever possible. A Leisurefurl carbon in-boom mainsail furling system was selected over the standard slab reefing mainsail. Halyard and furling lines are led to electric winches in the cockpit. A wired remote control for the mainsail halyard winch allows one to stand aft of the dodger and see the mainsail, while operating the powered winch. A dedicated furler lock and control line lead aft to the cockpit for positively locking the mainsail boom mandrel. The headsails rigged with a Solent arrangement; a self-tacking working jib for easy upwind work on the inner furler and a large genoa on the outer furler for light winds and reaching conditions. The carbon fiber mast is amazingly light and strong. All lines are led aft to the cockpit where they can be led to one of four electric winches.
Novis carbon fiber keel stepped double spreader mast painted with white LPU
Elkhide covers on spreader tips
Forespar/Leisurefurl carbon fiber in boom mainsail furler
(2) Profurl NCI 42 headsail furlers for genoa and jib with control lines led aft to cockpit via Harken stanchion blocks and Spinlock XAS stoppers and Harken 57 Air blocks on swivel bases leading lines to powered winches
North Norlam radial cut full batten mainsail
North Norlam radial cut self-tacking jib
North Norlam radial cut genoa/reacher
ATN storm head sail
Masthead wind direction indicating Windex
LED masthead 360 degree anchor light
Masthead “pig stick” burgee halyard
Foredeck and steaming light on mast
Self-tacking jib with Harken curved traveler and 2:1 jib sheet led halfway up the mast and then aft to cockpit.
(4) Genoa sheet adjustable lead cars on 1.25” stainless steel 10’ long “T” track mounted on toe rails
Forespar mast-mounted telescoping whisker pole with Harken butt end lifting/control hardware
Forespar 8:1 solid boomvang with lifting spring and control line led aft to cockpit
Boom gybe preventer system with Spectra pendants and control lines led aft to cockpit
Harken 6:1 mainsheet traveler
Harken 6:1 mainsheet
(12) Spinlock XTS line stoppers adjacent companionway and powered winches
(2) Harken 46 two speed electric winches on cabintop adjacent companionway
Wired remote control for mainsail halyard winch
(2) Harken 53 two speed electric primary winches on cockpit coamings
(4) Harken winch handles
Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster with 2: 1 backstay to quarters to open walk-through transom
Harken deluxe bosun’s chair
MECHANICAL & PLUMBING SYSTEMS:
Top quality components installed to high quality ABYC standards are evident throughout RAVEN’s WING. Engine access is quick and easy. The top hinged companionway ladder lifts and stays open on gas struts to provide engine front access. Fuel filters, raw water pump, and alternator are immediately accessible for maintenance. Removable side panels provide additional engine access. A stern panel in the aft stateroom gains access to the saildrive housing. Sound deadening insulation minimizes engine noise. The watermaker and bow thruster are accessed beneath forward bunk.
Upgraded Volvo D2-75C diesel engine with 936 hours
Three bladed folding Gori propeller
Dual Racor R20S primary fuel filters with vacuum gage
Analog tachometer with digital hour meter at helm
Analog engine temperature at helm
Electric oil change pump
Lewmar 12V bow thruster
Faria analog fuel and water tank gauges at nav station with Globius tank level sensors
Kuma 6 gallon hot water heater; 110V and engine heated with engine cutoff valves
Technautics 12V refrigeration and separate freezer systems
Fresh water foot pump in galley
Pressure hot and cold fresh water system with Sureflo smart sensor pressure pump
Shoreside pressure water connection
Whale Gulper 220 fridge/freezer drain pump
Espar D5L diesel fired forced air cabin heating system ducted to each cabin and head with stainless steel butterfly closeable vents
Jeffa mechanical steering system; no cables
Spectra Ventura 150 gpd watermaker with remote control panel at nav station
General Ecology Seagull IV water filters and faucets in galley and both heads
(2) Sealand Vacuflush heads with holding tanks and direct discharge valve
Profile holding tank high level indicators in each head
Plastimo 1038 manual bilge pump mounted in cockpit
(2) 12V electric bilge pumps
Spare parts for engine including: impeller, filters, engine control panel
Spare set of engine fluids
Spare bilge pump, fresh water pressure pump, macerator pump, and sump pump
(4) 8D AGM batteries (980 amp-hours total)
Optima group 31 AGM battery for bow thruster
Group 27 AGM starting battery
Bosch 250 amp 12V alternator on engine
Blue Seas 120 amp automatic charging relay
Mastervolt Mass Combi 12V, 2,000 watt, 100 amp sine wave inverter/charger
Mastervolt MICC inverter charger remote control/battery monitor panel at nav station
(2) Charles Industries 3.6 KVA isolation transformers
(2) 30 amp/120V shorepower cords and Marinco inlets
BEP 12V DC and 120V AC switch/breaker panels with digital volts, amps, frequency, and watts
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
KVH Tracphone 252 stabilized satellite antenna dome mounted on first spreader with stainless steel guard
KVH M1 Tracvision satellite TV antenna dome mounted on first spreader with stainless steel guard
Hailer horn mounted at first spreader with stainless steel guard
Standard Horizon VLH 3000 loud hailer with automatic fog signals; mounted just inside opening to stb quarter locker
Questus stainless steel gimbaled radome mount on backstay
Raymarine 2KW radome with anti-bird spikes
Raymarine ST60+ speed, depth, and wind instruments mounted at companionway
Raymarine E80 multifunction display in Navpod at steering pedestal
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot control/display on steering pedestal
Raymarine Type 2 long linear autopilot drive
Ritchie 4.25” diameter Powerdamp binnacle compass with stainless steel hood
Raymarine S3G Smartpilot and RF base
Raymarine S100 wireless remote control/display
Raymarine E120 multifunction display at nav station
Raymarine AIS 500 class B transponder
Icom IC-M422 VHF at nav station with cockpit mounted Command Mic II
Weems & Plath clock, barometer, and temperature/humidity
6” Chrome-plated brass ship’s bell
Sony MEXDV2000 52 watt x 4, MPG, Sat ready, DVD/CD/AM/FM stereo with auxiliary input jack
(2) Sony Xplod speakers in salon
(2) Outdoor stereo speakers in cockpit
Axcess 15” flat screen TV with internal DVD player
The interior accommodation space is accessed through the companionway over a six inch high threshold topped with an unvarnished teak tread. Varnished washboards can be inserted during rough weather. An additional set of washboards with insect screens are stored in a dedicated cherry storage bracket to starboard of the companionway. A smoked acrylic and stainless steel overhead slider is terminated with a varnished teak block and builder’s plaque. An optional deadbolt latch was factory installed at Tartan. The companionway ladder has five gently sloping unvarnished and rabbited teak treads with angled blocks on the sides for use when healed. A handrail is mounted to starboard on the bulkhead. A dust/drip pan is recessed into the cabin sole at the companionway base and covered with a varnished teak grate.
Once below the elegance, comfort, and cruising efficiency of the interior is immediately obvious. Interior joinery is of high quality satin varnished American Cherry. RAVEN’S WING has a higher gloss finish and extra insulation in the overhead than the standard Tartan 4300; a few of the many custom upgrades this knowledgeable owner specified on this boat. The cabin sole is a stave-topped teak plywood with gloss varnish. Cabin doors are solid cherry with raised panels. Vent slats are provided in cabin and cabinet doors. All lockers are finished inside and out. Positive closing pop out knob latches secure all cabinet doors. Counters and shelves are surrounded by 1-1/2” high fiddles. Solid maple drawer sides are secured with dovetail joints to solid cherry fronts. Upholstery covering seats and mattresses is sand colored Ultraleather. Ample overhead hatches and opening ports provide light and illumination. All overhead hatches are fitted with Ocean Air roller shades/screens. Cherry handrails are well located for safe movement in rough weather. The overhead is comprised of textured, white fiberglass panels secured in place with cherry battens and screws. Well placed overhead dome lights, recessed spot lights with dimmers, reading lights, task lighting and cabin sole red courtesy lighting are provided using an array of chrome finished fixtures; all using LED technology. An Espar forced air diesel cabin heater is ducted to all cabins and heads and will keep RAVEN’s WING warm and dry during cold/wet weather. Hella turbo cabin fans are well positioned to move air in hot weather.
RAVEN’S WING’s two stateroom/two head layout allows two couples to comfortably cruise with excellent privacy and space. The master stateroom is forward and has a centerline island berth with dressing seat. An ensuite head with stall shower is aft to port. The full beam salon with centerline drop leaf table is just aft of the main bulkhead. The “C” shaped galley is to port and aft of the salon. A guest head and stall shower with access from the passageway or aft stateroom is to starboard. The wrap around nav station is to port of the companionway. The guest stateroom door is to starboard of the companionway and utilizes space beneath the cockpit to provide a queen sized berth and storage. Headroom generally measures 6’ 3” including the galley. 6’ 5” headroom can be found on centerline, below the coachroof’s maximum deck camber.
The wrap around navigation station is tucked just aft and to port of the companionway; close to the cockpit yet out of the galley and other traffic flow. The Ultraleather upholstered swivel arm chair is mounted on a Zwaardvis in/out/up down locking pedestal. It will be difficult persuading the navigator to leave this comfortable chair and help with dishes or come on deck to gybe. The expansive chart table has two top opening drawers for books and tools. Both hinged tops are held open with gas struts. Two below-counter drawers and a front opening bin are forward and outboard. Above the chart table, an electrical switch/breaker panel is aft and inboard. A recessed/angled bookshelf is aft and outboard. Navigation, communications, and control electronics are mounted in panels outboard, along the hull side. An overhead red/white dome light and flexarm red chart light illuminate the nav station at night. 110V and 12V outlets will power equipment as needed.
The “C” shaped galley is to port and forward of the nav station; nicely separate yet open forward to the salon/dining area. Chefs will delight in the ample counter and storage space. Granitecote countertops are English Brown, nicely matching the cherry wood and upholstery. Integral Granitecote dual sinks are on centerline for draining when healed and measure 15” by 14” by 9” deep. A single lever pull out spray nozzle is mounted between the two sinks. A fresh water foot pump and filtered drinking water utilize dedicated spigots at the forward sink. A hinge-out trash bin is aft, below the sink. Additional storage cabinets are beneath the sinks with access from both sides. A top and front opening six cubic foot fridge is below the forward galley counter and fitted with a dome light. A top opening five cubic foot freezer is below the forward/outboard counter. A gimbaled, Force Ten three burner stove with broiler and oven is aft of the freezer. A stainless steel safety bar is secured in front of the stove. A matching Granitecote stove cover has two teak handles. Pan storage is beneath the stove. Aft of the stove, a silverware drawer and cabinet with shelves is beneath the counter. Above the counter, outboard, below the deck edge are three double door cabinets. A microwave oven is located in the forward cabinet. Two recessed dimming spot lights, two adjustable recessed spot lights above the sink, a red/white dome light and counter illuminating spot lights with a dimmer will light the galley at night.
The full beam salon has a centerline drop leaf table with inlaid Tartan insignia. A top opening storage bin is forward and two drawers are aft. With both leaves up, the table could comfortably dine six. The salon settees measure 7’ long and are fitted with sculpted and contoured top and back cushions with wrapping end cushions. The starboard settee is straight while the port settee is “U” shaped. The port seat bottom slides out and infills with an extra cushion to make a double sleeping berth. Storage bins are located outboard of the seat backs. A cabinet with satellite TV receiver and stereo is located aft, above the starboard settee back. A flat screen TV is mounted in an open bookshelf forward of the entertainment cabinet. Another cabinet with shelves is forward of the bookshelf. To port above the settee back, an open bookshelf is flanked by two cabinets. The aft cabinet has built in storage for six bottles. Three dedicated storage bins are below the cabin sole. Salon lighting includes dome lights above the hull side bookshelves, eight recessed overhead dimming spot lights, two main bulkhead mounted reading lights, and two adjustable spot lights over the salon table. 110V duplex outlets are mounted port and starboard at the open bookshelves. A framed native artwork print and poem about the raven is mounted on the port main bulkhead. A gimbaled chrome finish Weems & Plath vase is on the starboard main bulkhead.
The forward master stateroom is entered through a locking privacy door to starboard in the main bulkhead. The large centerline island berth measures 78” long by 32” forward by 66” aft. A quality 6” thick foam mattress is upholstered with Sand colored Ultraleather. The mattress sits atop fitted Hypervent to eliminate condensation. Four drawers are located under the bunk. A dressing seat is aft and to starboard of the bunk. A bookshelf is recessed into the forward bulkhead over the bunk. Two sconce reading lights are mounted on this bulkhead outboard of the bookshelf. Cherry hull side staving is outboard of the bunk on either side. Open bookshelves are aft beneath the deck edge on each side. A cabinet with shelves is aft to port. Aft to starboard is a large hanging locker with cedar lining and automatic light. Two additional cabinets with shelves are forward of the hanging locker on the starboard side. A half-length dressing mirror is mounted on the entry door. Headroom measures 6’ 3” in this cabin. Nine recessed, dimming LED spot lights, four reading lights, and one overhead dome red/white light illuminate this cabin at night.
The ensuite forward head is aft and to port in this forward stateroom and entered through a locking privacy door. This compartment is fabricated from molded fiberglass with white gelcoat finish for ease of maintenance. Cabinet faces and doors and countertop fiddle are of solid cherry. Removable teak grates cover the head and stall shower soles which drain to sump boxes with overboard discharge pumps. The shower stall is forward and closed with an opaque white round door on rollers. One can shower standing or seated utilizing the Barka single lever mixer and shower nozzle, hose and sliding nozzle holder bar. A white plastic storage cabinet is located outboard of the shower stall seat. A Vacuflush head is outboard and aft. A sink and vanity are between the shower stall and head. The round sink basin is integral with the Granitecote counter. A curved cherry fiddle is mounted to the counter/sink edge. Three storage cabinets are outboard and above the sink. One has an adjustable hinged mirror for shaving. A dome light above the sink illuminates this space at night. A 110V duplex GFCI outlet is mounted to the vanity side. A cherry towel bar is mounted on the aft bulkhead.
The aft head is entered from one of two locking privacy doors via the passageway or aft stateroom. Removable teak gratings cover the shower pan and head sole. The Vacuflush head is aft and outboard. A vanity with Granitecote counter, integral round sink, and cherry fiddle is between the head and stall shower. Two storage cabinets are outboard above the sink; one with a hinged, adjustable mirror for shaving. The stall shower is forward and closed with a shower curtain. A Splendide washer/dryer is located outboard beneath the deck edge. A shower nozzle bar, shower nozzle and hose and single lever mixer are mounted on the forward bulkhead. Storage cabinets are located below the washing machine and sink. 110V duplex GFCI outlet, cherry towel bar, and dome light are provided.
The guest stateroom is entered through a locking privacy door to starboard of the companionway. Headroom measures 6’ 3” at the entrance to this cabin. The bunk measures 76” long by 54” wide with athwartship orientation and extends beneath the cockpit sole. An 8” wide bookshelf runs along the hull side above the bunk. Two storage cabinets are below this shelf. Forward and outboard are a hanging locker and a locker with shelves. A removable panel in the aft bulkhead accesses the steering system. Three racks for storing chart storage tubes are mounted on the inboard bulkhead. The divided mattress is 6” thick and sits atop fitted Hypervent. Illumination in this cabin is provided by eight recessed dimming spot lights, two overhead dome lights, and two sconce reading lights.
Force Ten three burner propane stove with thermostatic oven control and broiler
Contoure stainless steel microwave oven
Splendide 2100XC washer/dryer
(5) Hella two speed turbo cabin fans located in each stateroom, nav station, galley, and salon
110V portable cabin heater and (2) 110V turbo air circulators
Custom bedding for both staterooms including fitted mattress pads, sheets and duvets
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.