Tartan - Click here to reveal phone number - "Hop Scotch", Brokers Comment: Seller purchased this Tartan from me in June of 2014 shortly after I sold his C&C 41, a meticulously cared for Keel/centerboard. At the time the Tartan was a one-owner vessel moored in Youngstown, NY on the Niagara River. As was my seller’s nature, he kept in in his shop and did a remarkable job of bringing it up to his standards of care and maintenance. Lots of refits. Among them: • New Raymarine Evolution Instruments 2017, plotter, Autopilot, Knot, Depth & Wind, • New Nav Pot at helm for Plotter and Autopilot, • New Canvas, • New Hydraulic Backstay, • New Rudder by Tartan (2015), • New marine head & head Plumbing, • 2 New House Batteries, • New Starting Battery, • Custom Winter Cover w/frame, • Had transom painted, • Custom Teak Companionway Hatch Boards w/screen, • Custom Teak Hatch Screens For Salon & Vberth, • New running rigging, • New Life Sling, Designer: Tim Jacket, Dimensions, LOA: 35 feet, Bridge Clearance: 55 feet, Sail Area: 615 sq ft LWL: 31.08 feet, Disp:11,400 lbs, Ballast: 4200 lbs Beam: 12.5 feet, Draft: 4’ 11” Beavertail, Tankage, Fuel: 24 gallon, Water: 72 gallon, Holding: 16 gallon, Auxilliary, Yanmar 3GM30F Rebuilt 2013 “runs like a Swiss Watch”, 27 hp, Deck & Hull, Displ./length ratio of 169, White hull, Two-tone decks sand/white, Blue stripes, 2-Large deck hatches fitted with, Teak cabintop handrails, Lines led aft through deck organizers, Opening ports for interior ventilation, 3 lockable cockpit lockers, SS bow and stern pulpits, Double lifelines with gates P&S, Anchor locker and bow roller, Accommodations, Number of single berths: 2, Number of cabins: 2, Large double aft berth, Number of heads: 1, New Marine toilet and head plumbing, Salon table with bottle storage and drawers, Nice sized galley with top & bottom loaded Adler-Barbour fridge/freezer, 2-Burner Propane Stove w/Oven, Sit down nav station, 3-Hanging lockers, 11-louvered cupboards, 9-drawers, 9” deep sink w/Pull out Faucet, Ample storage under, Electronics, 12v & 110v distribution panels, 110v Shore power w/30 amp cord, Interior and exterior lighting, Nav lights, 3 batteries (new), 20 amp Battery charger, Standard Quest VHF w/DSC, Handheld VHF, Richie Compass at binnacle, Navigation desk, New Raymarine Evolution Touch-screen Plotter at helm, New Raymarine P70 Autopilot at helm, New Nav Pods at helm for above, New Raymarine Depthsounder on bulkhead, New Raymarine windspeed/direction on bulkhead, New Raymarine Knotmeter on bulkhead, Sails, 2003 Haarstick mainsail w/cover, 2003 Haarstick Furling genoa, Haarstick cruising Genneker with dousing sock, Tides Marine Luff System, Dutchman Flaking System, Rigging, Running rigging replaced, Wire rigging, Double spreader, Bruce anchor w/chin & nylon rode, Harken Roller furling drum, Rod boom vang, Harken Cabin-top sheet stoppers, Harken Cabin top self-tailing winches, Harken #44 Self tailing genoa sheet winches, Cabin top mounted Harken traveler, adjustable, 40’ destroyer type Steering wheel with pedestal guard, Custom cockpit table, Drink holders, Engine controls at helm, Teal toe rails, Swim ladder on stern, ‘Cockpit shower on scoop aft, Inside Equipment, Force 10 2-burner propane stove w/Oven w/cutting board top, Electric bilge pump & Manual bilge pump, Refrigerator/Freezer Adler-Barber, Hot water at galley and head sinks and shower, Additional, Steel storage cradle, Custom fully fitted winter cover, Docklines, fenders, boat hook, Safety gear, Ships manuals, VC17 Antifouling paint, Design Comments by Tim Jackett, Wholesome proportions producing well-mannered, fast and able sailing yachts has long been a Tartan tradition. The Tartan 3500 will continue this strong tradition. Moderate beam and full ends, coupled with deep fin or low CG shoal draft keel provide excellent stability and sail carrying ability. A balanced spade rudder on a stainless steel shaft is sized for fingertip control and maneuverability both under sail or power. With a long waterline, low wetted surface and powerful rig, Tartan 3500’s inherent speed is within reach of both cruiser and club racer, offering fast passages and competitive performance. The Tartan 3500 deck is designed to maximize safety, comfort and function. Wide side decks and shrouds set inboard afford easy passage for and aft and allow tight genoa sheeting angles for efficient upwind sailing. Contoured cockpit seats and wide comings offer comfort both sailing and dockside. A variety of decklayouts are available; all feature sail controls reefing etc. led aft to the security of the cockpit. Tartan’s trademank teak joinery work and hand-rubbed oil finish highlight a spacious and secure interior arrangement. The layout features two private, enclosed cabins, both include large double berths with 6’ foam cushions and ample storage in drawers, hanging lockers and bureaus. The main cabin pedestal table is flanked by overstuffed settees with storage cupboard. The large galley with gimbaled stove and oven, 6.5 cubic foot ice box (refrigeration optional), deep syainless steel sink and storage for extended cruising, is located adjacent to the companionway. Th navigator will appreciate his allotted space, including a large chart table and nav locker to house an array of electronics. The final measure of comfort on any yacht is ventilation. Tartan prides itself on providing the best in the industry and the Tartan 3500 is no exception, boating 3 deck hatches, 10 opening ports and 2 dorades. The Tartan 3500 is designed with respect given to traditional aesthetics and utilizes up to the minutes hull, keel, rudder and rig developed to deliver top performance and comfort. 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.