Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1
IJPE : 893.00 sq ft I : 55.50 ft J : 16.25 ft P : 53.75 ft E : 16.50 ft
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Manufacturer Provided Description
The Tartan 4000 design embodies all of the recent Tartan leading technologies and advanced performance cruising conveniences. CCR (Cruise Control Rig), carbon fiber mast, boom and rudder, infused BPA epoxy composite hull and deck, all lead low center of gravity bulb keels give cruising performance advantages that other builders cannot match. Of course Tartan is known for the finest interior joinerwork and creative interior arrangement plans. The 4000 features handcrafted, solid stock cherry cabinetry befitting the finest sailing yachts built in America. The beauty of her varnished solid stock cabin sole is simply striking. This is not your cookie cutter production interior found in mass-produced boats. The forward cabin is dedicated as the owner's stateroom. It is opulently appointed with tongue and groove cherry hull sealings, extensive cabinetry, island berth and ensuite head with stall shower. Her main cabin is the social center of the interior with comfortable sofa seating, a drop leaf table and furniture grade cabinets. The cook will enjoy a galley that has been optimized to include thoughtful storage, extensive counter space, top and front access icebox and the best in marine appliances. The nav station is the center for on board systems control.
The engineered electrical system and navigation equipment all have their place and are conveniently located for operation.Aft, the 4000 is available in a single second cabin layout with large cockpit access storage or as a split 2 cabin arrangement.
On deck the 4000 features details that deliver good looks, comfort and security. Wide side decks and molded bulwarks with a solid teak caprail provide safe and secure movement fore and aft.Ventilation on a Tartan is second to none, and the 4000 continues this tradition with all opening stainless steel houseside portlights, cockpit portlights, stainless steel deck hatches and 4 stainless steel dorade ventilators with stainless guards. Stainless steel handrails running the length of the housetop within easy reach, provide safe on deck maneuvering in the roughest conditions. The cockpit is all about comfort and convenience. A twin wheel layout provides easy centerline access aft to the hinged boarding/swim platform and also places the helmsman in a great sailing position. The seats are contoured for comfort and flank a stowable teak cockpit table.
The 4000 represents Tartan's latest in performance cruising. Hand crafted in America, she is a fitting addition to the 50-year heritage of Tartan Yachts.
If you have been watching the 2012 Volvo Ocean Race you will see that all of the competitors are useing B&G Instruments. Reason - they are the best. We chose B&G for this Tartan 4000 because we felt that this boat deserved no less.
The Hercules 3000 system that we installed includes:
Two Programable displays over the Companionway
Three 20/20 displays mounted on the mast for easy viewing
Autopilot dsplay/control mounted on starboard steering pedestal
Zeus 12 GPS/Chartplotter mounted at Nav Station
Roxy has a high-tech sail inventory from Doyle Sailmakers. These sails feature reduced weight aloft and the ability to retain their fast, efficient shape under high loads. They also look very cool.
Mainsail - Kevlar/Carbon Fibre LPT w/six full battens and 2 reefs
Self-Tacking Jib - Kevlar/Carbon Fibre LPT w/four roll-up battens to work on roller furler. There is a tan Sunbrella sock to cover this sail when stored on the furler.
155% AP1 Genoa - Kevlar/Carbon Fibre LPT. Powerful upwind sail that sheets to custom inboard tracks. Very fast in light to mediium air. Designed to hoist on inboard (fractional) headstay furler, this sail can also be roller furled, again using the sock for storage.
Code 0 - Very versatile sail. Mounted on a Selden Code 0 furler, this sail can be used as a windseeker for upwind sailing in very light conditions, for close reaching when the wind is too far forward for the Assymetrical Spinnaker, and for heavy wind downwind when the big Assym. could be too much sail.
Code 2 Assymetrical Spinnaker - Tis is a full-sized racing downwind Spinnaker that tacks to the end of the anchor roller. All Red, this is a great-looking kite that really gets the Tartan 4000 going, even in light air.