For Sale by

Dick Waterhouse

Brewer Pilots Point Marina
Westbrook
Connecticut
06498
United States
(860) 399-6213
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Manufacturer Info

    Tartan

    Ohio builder Tartan Yachts has been producing high-quality bluewater sailboats for a half century. With naval architect Tim Jackett in the design seat, Tartan offers passagemaking cruisers from 34 to 53 feet and they also recently introduced their Fantail model for the discerning day sailor.These award-winning designs are known for resin infused hulls and decks, carbon fiber masts and booms, and the proprietary and confidence-building Cruise Control Rig (CCR). This system combines a pocket boom to hold the mainsail with a self-tacking jib and a 150% reacher on a roller furler. This versatile system helps Tartan deliver well-mannered performance in any wind conditions and is easily managed short-handed. Below, Tartan focuses on luxury accommodations with excellent joinery, ocean-going practicality and rich styling.

Tartan 3700

£102,254 (Listed price: $168,900)

06615, Stratford, United States

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  • Boat Summary
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Tartan 3700

 NEW PRICE 5-26 -13!!  A "home run" when introduced by Tartan at the Atlantic City Boat show the 3700s offer tremendous sailing ability and comfort. As a past dealer for the 3700  every stock unit we could obtain from factory was sold quickly. The look is classic, the performance so "Tartan"  carrying speed and style extremely well.


IJPE : 665.75 sq ft
I : 49.75 ft
J : 14.25 ft
P : 43.33 ft
E : 14.33 ft
Working Sail Area : 672.00 sq ft

Features:

TypeSail

CategoryCruisers

Racer/Cruisers

MakeTartan

Model3700

Year built2000

Length37.01ft

Hull MaterialFibreglass

Beam12.43ft

Draft4.99ft

Type keel:Bulb keel

Sleeping places4

New/UsedUsed

FuelDiesel

For Sale by

Dick Waterhouse

Brewer Pilots Point Marina
Westbrook
Connecticut
06498
United States
(860) 399-6213

Manufacturer Provided Description

Similar to all Tartans, the 3700 hull is NPG-ISO gelcoated with a back-up of vinylester resin and a hand laminated sandwich core of unidirectional "E" glass and balsa. High-stress components such as engine beds, mast step, shroud anchors and hull backbone are solidly laminated and structurally bonded to the hull skin with fiberglass taping for assured strength and firmness. Topside, she has a well-balanced composite of Baltek balsa core and glass sandwiched for stiffness. On deck, the balsa is omitted at each hardware installation point, allowing each piece to be supported by SOLID glass and aluminum backing plates. Her well-distributed beam grants spacious accommodations within, featuring a double stateroom forward and one aft. All berths have cedar-lined hanging lockers, while the forecabin has a six drawer bureau. Her cabinetry is fully finished in Cherrywood and provides service access to hardware and wiring through removable panels. The well-equipped galley is comfortable to work in and favors ample stowage of provisions. The  SS double sink is close to centerline for excellent drainage and the icebox is deep and spacious with both top and frontal openings. A three-burner  Force 10 gimballed stove w oven is standard. A  microwave option is  provided. In its own niche to port, navigation station has a generous chart table facing forward with both tube chart storage and a set of drawers. Accounting for electronic installation, entry to the main electrical systems and wiring is also obtained from the navigation station. On deck, her traditional cabin house couples graciously with the comfortable cockpit and broad sidedecks. From the forward anchor locker to the wide-scooped swim platform, all her fittings are functional and of superior quality. Equipped with a keel-stepped aluminum tapered mast with double spreaders (white painted), her standard rigging is elegantly simple. Fixed with a 40-inch stainless steel wheel, her cockpit is workable and allows for plenty of enjoyment for the family, crew or a single couple. All lines lead aft and wrap around strategically positioned Harken winches and  multiple sheet stoppers. The tall, standard teak toe-rails are essential to her hull to deck joint, while aiding in the safety of the non-skid footing. The recessed custom stainless steel chocks provide for easy attachment of spring and mooring lines. Traditional in layout, the main cabin centers around a midship drop-leaf table and both a U-shaped and conventional settee. Fabricated with contoured foam cushions, all are fashioned with  dark green material of quality, modern upholstery selections.

Electronics

Raytheon Radar w mast mounted unit, helm display additional lower station screen.

Raymarine  St 60 speed, depth wind gauges on companionway panel

RayMarine St 60 multi gauge at Navigation station

Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF w distress

RayMarine Radar E80 screen w plotter at helm pedestal

110 volt AC panel

12 volt DC panel

12 volt plugs -multiple locations

ample 110 volt receptacles w GFI in head

Multiple overhead cabin lamps  

pivoting Brass halogen optional lamps

Samsung LCD TV bulkhead mounted

SMX II heat/AC controller bulkhead mounted w aft main and forward cabin vents

Heart Interface  Link 2000 inverter 

Xintex Fume detector (propane)

USB CD phase linear ST 1611 MP3/WMA reciever Fuel and water gauge at nav. station

4 12 volt batteries w Blue Sea main battery switch

Mast, steaming, navigation lighting, courtesy interior lamps w companionway switch

Cockpit engine panel w Tach, oil pressure, temp, hour mete,r key and shut off

Lewmar electric windlass

 

 

 

Galley

Simple and effective the galley has the following:

double ss sink hot/cold pressure water

folding additional space end table

Additional faucet foot pump

Force 10 3 burner propane stove with fiddles and oven

Deep freezer/refrigerator w top and bottom doors and Adler Barbour adjustable plate Corian counter top w garbage slot (Galley and Head sink)

ample storage cabinets and shelving

Teak/Holley sole throughout  below decks 

Deck Gear/sails

Lewmar  STC main and secondary winches on aft deck and coachroof

Fully battened Mainsail and furling genoa-

Fairlead lead aft

Harken Furling, Traveler and turning blocks

inner and outer jib tracks w adjustable cars

SS wire rigging SS turnbuckles

2 Chrome dorades w guards

Forespar boom vang

ss bow and stern rails, stanchions w double lifelines and 2 boarding gates

stern folding boarding ladder

Masthead wind speed and  wind direction senders

Teak toe rails

Biege Custom Covers for Mainsail,  wheel and winchs

Custom Covers Dodger w zip out eisenglass- also biege

12 Hood chrome EC approved opening ports (3 in aft cabin as optional)

5 Hood deck hatches w locks for excellent air circulation "On the hook"

 

Miscellaneous items/accessories

Custom topper for twin berths forward and aft w custom sheets and quilts

screens for all ports

Ultra-suede cushions in main salon

sink in forward cabin

Ipod connection

refrigerator/freezer with top and side loading access

electric swim platform

radar/chart plotter combination

Barometer and clock on companionway panel

Genoa blocks

Life jackets, fenders, docklines included

am/fm radio with various sources

 

Keel Details

Keel #1
Keel Type:  "Beavertail" Bulb
Ballast: 7000 lb
Displacement: 16500 sq ft
Max Draft: 5.33 ft

Sail Area


IJPE : 665.75 sq ft
I : 49.75 ft
J : 14.25 ft
P : 43.33 ft
E : 14.33 ft
Working Sail Area : 672.00 sq ft

Engines

  • Engine 1
    • Engine Make: Yanmar
    • Engine Model: 4 cyl
    • Engine Year: 2000
    • Engine Type: Inboard
    • Drive Type: Shaft Drive
    • Engine Power: 38 hp
    • Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Engine Hours: 380
    • Propeller Type: 3 Blade
    • Propeller Material: Bronze
    • Folding Propeller: Yes

Electronics

Depthsounder
Radar
Log-speedometer
Wind speed and direction
Repeater(s)
TV set
Navigation center
Plotter
DVD player
Radio
Compass
CD player
GPS
VHF

Sails

Battened mainsail
Furling genoa

Rigging

Steering wheel

Inside Equipment

Electric bilge pump
Oven
Manual bilge pump
Microwave oven
Marine head
Air conditioning
Heating
Hot water
Refrigerator
Deep freezer
Sea water pump
Battery charger

Electrical Equipment

Shore power inlet
Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras

Cockpit shower
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table
Swimming ladder

Covers

Mainsail cover
Genoa cover

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Boat Name: Mary Dear

Builder: Tartan

Designer: Tim Jackett

Hull Shape: Monohull

Hull Material: Fibreglass

Max Power: 38 hp

Drive Type: Direct

Number of Engines: 1

Fuel Type: Diesel

Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Folding

Windlass: Electric

Electrical Circuit: 110 Volt

LOA: 37ft

LWL: 31ft

Max Draft: 5ft

Mast Height: 16.764

Displacement: 16,000 lbs

Dry Weight: 16,000 lbs

Ballast: 6,500 lbs

Number of Berths: 4

Number of Single Berths: 2

Number of Twin Berths: 2

Number of Cabins: 2

Number of Heads: 1

Cabin Headroom: 6.42ft

Disclaimer

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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