condition: good length overall (LOA): 41 make / manufacturer: Tartan Marine model name / number: Tartan 41 / S&S #2095 propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 1973
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TARTAN 41 *(Includes launching, slip for June and bottom prep and new paint)
DESIGNER: Olin Stephens
Sparkman & Stephens
New York, New York
BUILDER: TARTAN MARINE COMPANY
30 River Street
Grand River, Ohio
LOA: 40 ft 8 in Ballast: 9200 lb.
LWL: 32 ft 8 in Displacement: 17850 lb.
Beam: 12 ft 8 in Fuel Tank Capacity: 40 gal
Max Draft: 6 ft 3 in Fresh Water Tanks: 60 gal
Holding Tank: 15 gal
Engine Make: Westerbeke 40 Engine Year: 1981
• Full access to engine via removable box.
• New engine hoses (2014)
• New exhaust hoses (2014)
• New muffler
• New 40 Gal. aluminum fuel tank
• Rebuilt Raw Water Pump (2017)
• Exhaust Manifold removed cleaned and replaced with new gaskets (2017)
• Engine starter motor rebuilt 2014
Sparkman and Stephens gave the Tartan 41 a classic layout but with an open aft cabin. Entering from the companionway you are standing on the engine box. To port is your L-shaped galley with propane stove, ice box and double deep stainless sinks. To starboard there is a forward-facing nav area with more than adequate shelving for instruments and books. The chart table is 42” x 24” with chart storage.
The main cabin bulkheads are oiled teak, all other bulkheads are covered with ivory, mat finished, pressure laminate providing traditional contrast with teak bulkheads and trim.
Behind the engine the aft cabin has built in bunks port and starboard. The bridge deck gives good head room. Amidships you have the classic main cabin layout; over under bunks on both sides, out board and a folding table. In the bow the forward cabin has built in v-berth bunks. This cabin is wide enough for sail storage. Grab rails in all cabins. Teak ply sole longitudinally with contrasting holly lightly varnished.
Between the two cabins, the head is to port, drawer and hanging locker to starboard.
• Gimballed Hillrange propane stove and oven.
• Propane monitor with bilge blower.
• Seven cu. Ft. top loading ice box, teak grating, foam insulated.
• Deep double stainless sinks.
• Storage under sinks and outboard of ice box and stove.
• Needs HW heater.
Deck and Sails
Surrounding the mast and providing a pleasing extension of the house is a unique horseshoe shaped collar providing support pedestal for the halyard winches with storage compartments on either side. The deck is wide on either side of the low-profile house and the flush deck forward provides a clean, efficient and open working space for ease of sail handling.
• Edson Pedestal with Ritchie compass
• Stainless 28” destroyer wheel
• Manual bilge pump in cockpit
• Lowrance Chart Plotter
• Barient No. 32 primaries
• Barient No. 26 secondaries
• Emergency Tiller
• 4 10’ Mooring cleats
• 4 Barient halyard winches
• Barient main halyard winch
• Spinnaker pole
• Telescoping whisker pole
• Reaching strut
• Shaefer traveler
• Rod headstay and backstay
• Barient mechanical backstay adjuster
• Double life lines
• Stanchions are 1” O.D. stainless .083 wall thickness
• Anodized “T” shaped genoa track running full length of shear
• UK Full Batten Main (used)
• New Halsey No1. Kevlar
• No. 2 (used)
• No. 3 (used)
• UK Drifter
• VHF Radio
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