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1990 Tartan 34-2

1990 Tartan 34-2

$83,400

Kemah, Texas

Year 1990

Make Tartan

Model 34-2

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 34

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You have to look at the title to tell the age of this Yacht. The meticulous owner used an open checkbook to repair, maintain, and constantly upgrade this Racer/Cruiser. Pro-active repair and replacement have this Yacht in amazing condition and ready to sail for the new owner. Classy interior with amazing teak throughout is all in excellent condition. Sails are top of the line and some are carbon fiber...all appear in excellent condition. Stock #094580 Beautiful & immaculate 34 Mark II! Carbon fiber sails! Color coded rigging! New winches & bimini! Standing rigging in great condition! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1990 Tartan 34-2, priced right at $83,400 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Kemah, Texas and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has 847 hours. Reason for selling is moving to new mexico.

1971 Tartan 34

1971 Tartan 34

$15,000

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Year 1971

Make Tartan

Model 34

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 34'

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1971 Tartan 34  Located in beautiful Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, she is ready to go. A classic Sparkman & Stevens design, she draws a mere four feet with the centerboard up, making her a great fit for the North Channel and remote Lake Superior anchorages. Set up for single-handing, with roller furling and autopilot, she is easy for one person or a couple to cruise in comfort. Her present owner has cruised her extensively on the Great Lakes in safety and comfort.

1986 Tartan 34

1986 Tartan 34

$54,000

La Salle, Michigan

Year 1986

Make Tartan

Model 34

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1986 Tartan 34 This Tartan 34-2 is a very nicely appointment vessel with updated equipment. She is a well built, very well cared for Tartan that has a timeless profile. Powered with a Yanmar diesel, she has all new Garmin electronics including a chart plotter and autopilot, full inventory of sails including a new main, Harken roller furling, self-tailing winches and much more! If you are looking for a turn key, well-built classic Tartan this boat should be on your list!

1972 Tartan 34

1972 Tartan 34

$24,999

Point Pleasant, New Jersey

Year 1972

Make Tartan

Model 34

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1972 Tartan 34 This 34 has had only two owners since new. The boat is in nice condition and is ready to go.

1971 Tartan 34C

1971 Tartan 34C

$14,995

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1971

Make Tartan

Model 34C

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 34'

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1971 Tartan 34C The Tartan 34c is a true S&S designed classic. From 1967-78, 525 hulls were produced. In 1968 she won her class in the Southern Ocean Racing Circuit and then again in the Port Huron-Mackinac Race, followed by the Marblehead-Halifax Race. In fact, to this day they are still winning in club competitions all over. Besides Olin and Rod Stephens, the deck was developed by Gerhard Gilgenast, German Frers Jr. and Francis Kinney. Production came to an end when the factory burned down and molds were destroyed. This led to the newly organized Tartan Marine where production resumed. The 34c’s cruising prowess has been fully realized as the design has been sailed single-handed around the world - across the Pacific to Hawaii, around the Horn of South Africa - not to mention numerous other passages. Today she is considered to be a moderately heavy keel-centerboard sloop with graceful overhangs, wide side decks, a long 8' cockpit and moderate sail plan. Olin Stephens referred to her as a "masterpiece", as everything seems to work well. She sleeps up to six in a cabin trimmed in teak with 6' 2" headroom. The galley is starboard of the companionway with good storage and cooler accessible from the cockpit as well. There's a nav station to port forward of the quarterberth. The port settee will open to a double, and the starboard sette is a single with good storage above both. The table is custom made oak fixed in place and has leaves. She is very easy to single-hand as the jib sheet winches and mainsheet are positioned near the helm. Wings of the Morning, hull number 107, has been upgraded over the years and so shows like a much newer boat. The hull and decks have been painted with Awl-Grip. The interior has been rebuilt with planked ceilings and overhead. The galley has been completely rebuilt and upgraded with tile and custom cabinetry. The companionway ladder is custom built. There is new electrical wiring and panels and the rudder is new. She has a professionally rebuilt engine with new complete exhaust system, new engine fuel pump, carburetor, alternator and water pump. There is a new fuel tank and galvanic isolator. The bottom has been epoxy-coated. The mainsail has been overhauled. There is a Harken traveler and mainsheet system with 8 to 1 purchase. She has new electronics, a new swim ladder, a new Bomar hatch amidships, new safety lines, new Harken roller furling, and new halyards and sheets. The dual bilge pumps are new. The head compartment needs some work completed on the cabinetry and there is no fresh water system or tank. The exterior bright work will need attention. The bottom half of the centerboard is broken off - a new one is estimated at $1500 new from Tartan. Wings Of The Morning is here on the hard and ready to be seen today!

1971 Tartan 34C

1971 Tartan 34C

$15,000

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Year 1971

Make Tartan

Model 34C

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 34'

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1971 Tartan 34C  Located in beautiful Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, she is ready to go. A classic Sparkman & Stevens design, she draws a mere four feet with the centerboard up, making her a great fit for the North Channel and remote Lake Superior anchorages. Set up for single-handing, with roller furling and autopilot, she is easy for one person or a couple to cruise in comfort. Her present owner has cruised her extensively on the Great Lakes in safety and comfort.

1978 Tartan 34C

1978 Tartan 34C

$35,950

Annapolis, Maryland

Year 1978

Make Tartan

Model 34C

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1978 Tartan 34C This is not your Grandfather's Tartan 34!  "Puffin" is a gem of a classic with many upgrades and features that you would usually find on a much newer boat.  Designed by Sparkman and Stephens, the Tartan 34C was first rolled out in 1968 and "Puffin" is one of the last built.   Renowned for their sailing abilities and beautiful classic lines, "Puffin" has a traditional interior layout with teak sole and accommodations for 6, and she has been fitted out with marine reverse cycle A/C and a huge 12 Volt refrigerator, as well as modern Raymarine electronics including autopilot.  All exterior teak is beautifully varnished, and the deck and cockpit shine like a new boat.  The past and current owners, both industry professionals, have over the course of a decade, steadily reworked all facets of the boat, bringing it to her current high condition which will greatly benefit new owners.

1971 Tartan 34C

1971 Tartan 34C

$18,995

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1971

Make Tartan

Model 34C

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1971 Tartan 34C The Tartan 34c is a true S&S designed classic. From 1967 to 1978 525 hulls were produced. In 1968 she won her class in the Southern Ocean Racing Circuit and then again in the Port Huron-Mackinac Race, followed by the Marblehead-Halifax Race and to this day they still are winning in club competition all over. Besides Olin and Rod Stephans, the deck was developed by Gerhard Gilgenast, German Frers Jr. And Francis Kinney. Production came to an end when the factory burned down and molds were destroyed. This led to the newly organized Tartan Marine where production resumed. The 34c’s cruising prowess was realized as the design has been sailed single-handed around the world, across the Pacific to Hawaii and around the Horn of South Africa not to mention numerous passage making to this day. Today she is considered to be a moderately heavy keel-centerboard sloop with graceful overhangs, wide side decks, a long 8‘ cockpit and moderate sail plan. Olin Stephans referred to her as a "masterpiece", everything seems to work well. She sleeps up to six in a cabin trimmed in teak with 6‘ 2“ headroom. The galley is starboard of the companionway with good storage and cooler accessible from the cockpit as well. Theres a nav station to port forward of the quarterberth. The port settee will open to a double, starboard sette is a single with good storage above both. The table is custom made oak fixed in place and has leaves. She is very easy to single hand as the jib sheet winches and mainsheet are positioned near the helm. Wings of the Morning is hull number 107 and has been upgraded over the years and shows like a much newer boat. The hull and decks have been painted with Awl-Grip. The interior has been rebuilt, with planked ceilings and overhead. The galley has been completely rebuilt and upgraded, with tile and custom cabinetry. The companionway ladder is custom built. There is new electrical wiring and panels.The rudder is new, professionally rebuilt engine, with new complete exhaust system, new engine fuel pump, carburetor, alternator and water pump. There is a new fuel tank and galvanic isolator. The bottom has been epoxy coated. The mainsail has been overhauled. There is a Harken traveler and mainsheet system, with 8 to 1 purchase. New electronics. New swim ladder, a new Bomar hatch amidships. New safety lines. New Harken roller furling. New halyards and sheets. The duel bilge pumps are new. The head compartment needs some work completed on the cabinetry and there is no fresh water system or tank. The exterior bright work, will need attention. The centerboard is broken off, the bottom half. A new one is estimated at $1500 new from Tartan. Come see her today, as she is here on the hard and ready to be seen.

1976 Tartan 34 sloop

1976 Tartan 34 sloop

$18,900

Bay City, Michigan

Year 1976

Make Tartan

Model 34 Sloop

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1976 Tartan 34 sloop FRESHWATER TARTAN 34 New Price! The Tartan 34 is a true S&S designed classic.  Sister ships won the Port Huron-Mackinaw Race and her class in the Southern Ocean Racing Circuit. They have circumnavigated, and continue to make numerous single handed ocean passages.  Olin Stephans referred to her as a “masterpiece, as nothing outstanding or unusual about it, but everything seems to just work well“. She sleeps up to six in a cabin trimmed in teak with 6‘2“ headroom. The galley is starboard of the companionway with good storage and cooler accessible from the cockpit as well. There is a nav station to port forward of the quarter berth. The port settee will open to a double, starboard settee is a single with good storage above both. The table drops down from the bulkhead stowage. There are storage shelves above the V-berth with access to the anchor locker forward. This is a fresh water boat that has been lightly used. 1976, she truly exemplifies the “Spirit of ’76.” She is fully equipped and ready to sail away. She will give her new owners many years of memories, long distance cruising, day sailing, and lounging at a mooring or dock. This is an opportunity to own a terrific yacht from a highly regarded builder at a fraction of her replacement value. This freshwater boat is located in Michigan. Call Dana at Freshwater Boats to arrange your personal inspection. File #14841410D

1986 Tartan 34-2

1986 Tartan 34-2

$54,995

Noank, Connecticut

Year 1986

Make Tartan

Model 34-2

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

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1986 Tartan 34-2 This Tartan 34-2 is located here at our facility in Noank, CT..   Tartan craftsmanship and numerous, well-thought out upgrades inside and outside add up to excellent value. Practical Sailor magazine rated the Sparkman and Stevens designed Tartan 34 as one of the best.

!976 Tartan 34 Sail Boat

!976 Tartan 34 Sail Boat

$5,500

Boca Grande, Florida

Year 1976

Make Tartan

Model -

Category -

Length 34.0

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***********PLEASE READ THIS AD CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY************ AN ADDITIONAL $125.00 processing fee will be added to the final price. The boat listed below has been donated to our charity, Angel For Hope Ministries. The donor has provided information and recent photographs. We provide the information about this item given by the donor only, we DO NOT physically inspect any items unless noted below. All statements in this ad were provided by the donor and are under no guarantee . ITEM IS SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS Items donated have not undergone a recent survey or mechanic check on the hull, seats, or any part, or parts, of the boat, including upholstery, boat covers, mechanical parts, sails or trailer. Donor statements are not made by a mechanic or a marine professional; any donor statement may contain inaccuracies due to donors lack of knowledge of boat repairs/maintenance. We will always disclose any information provided to us within this listing. The donor, and/or his representatives may overlook or be unaware of material details about the donated items. BOAT INFORMATION: Location ……….Boca Grande FL Year 1976 Length 34' Tartan 34 35 hp No trailer Engines does not run The Engine does not run head has been removed and rebuilt but not replaced. Does have new exaust manifold. Boat can not be viewed untile sale is over. Buyer will have chance to veiw boat before final payment. If you have any questions Please call Bobby 850-208-1877 Angel For Hope has clear title Do not Make offer unless you or willing to purchase as is. The above statements were provided to Angel For Hope Ministries by the donor of this item. We have not physically inspected this item and can not verify or validate these statements. Statements are under no guarantee. Item is being sold as is, where is.

1985 Tartan MKII 34, sailboat / Located In Stamford CT

1985 Tartan MKII 34, sailboat / Located In Stamford CT

$35,500

Stamford, Connecticut

Year 1985

Make Tartan

Model -

Category -

Length -

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Boat Name Rose Clair Cell #1 917-582-3435 Cell #2 917-363-0541 Rose Clair is a well maintained example of this classic Sparkman and Stevens designed Tartan 34 MKII This Tartan 34 has been primarily used for cruising around the Long Island Sound. In addition the Tartan 34 MKII model has won many distance races including the rugged Mackinac race and has also won high point in her class. The 34MKII is truly a high performance cruiser. If you are looking a great Racer Cruiser then be sure to take a look at this beautiful sloop. This Boat is Located in Stamford and is currently in the water / winter storage. She is covered and is available for viewing now. Storage is paid in full till 04/01/2017 Recent Upgrades Canvas and frame all new 2015 Sunbrella Canvas Mainsail Cover Dodger with side rails Bimini Dimensions LOA: 34 ft 4 in LWL: 28 ft 8 in Minimum Draft: 4 ft 5 in Displacement: 11000 lbs Engines Total Power: 24 HP Total Hours 800 Engine 1: Engine Brand: Universal Engine Model: 25M Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Drive Type: Direct Drive Transmission: Hurth (new 2015) Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (57 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 (23 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (24 Gallons) Accommodations: The Tartan 34 MKII has accommodations for 6 people: Private forward cabin with "V" berth Enclosed head to starboard, with vanity, sink and Shower Hanging locker and drawers opposite Main salon amidships has settee to starboard which converts to double berth Single settee to port with plenty of storage Hinged bulkhead-mounted teak table w/bookcase behind Galley to starboard Nav station to port, with lift-top chart table Double quarter berth aft with storage Galley Single Stainless Steel Sink storage under Foot pump fro sea water and hot/cold water faucet Force 10 Burner Nat Gas. stove w/oven Hot Water heater (new 2015) and hot/cold pressure water system Top loading ice box Plenty of storage above & outboard in locker & drawers Sails and Rigging Full Batten main 130 Genoa on Harken furler Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock Spars and Rigging Coated Aluminum mast with two spreaders Coated Aluminum Boom Forespar Boom Vang Head Enclosed head (bifold doors) Single stainless sink with Hot/cold water faucet/shower. Holding Tank with Deck Pump-Out Mechanical and Systems Cockpit Wheel steering with Simrad autopilot and remote. Electric & manual bilge pumps Electronics and Navigation Gear Speed/Depth transducers VHF Radio with DSC and GPS Recent Upgrades Canvas and frame all new 2015 Sunbrella Canvas Mainsail Cover Dodger with side rails Bimini

1985 Tartan MKII 34, sailboat / Located In Stamford CT / Original Owner

1985 Tartan MKII 34, sailboat / Located In Stamford CT / Original Owner

$35,500

Stamford, Connecticut

Year 1985

Make Tartan

Model -

Category -

Length -

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Boat Name Rose Clair Cell #1 917-582-3435 Cell #2 917-363-0541 Rose Clair is a well maintained example of this classic Sparkman and Stevens designed Tartan 34 MKII This Tartan 34 has been primarily used for cruising around the Long Island Sound. In addition the Tartan 34 MKII model has won many distance races including the rugged Mackinac race and has also won high point in her class. The 34MKII is truly a high performance cruiser. If you are looking a great Racer Cruiser then be sure to take a look at this beautiful sloop. This Boat is Located in Stamford and is currently in the water / winter storage. She is covered and is available for viewing now. Storage is paid in full till 04/01/2017 Recent Upgrades Canvas and frame all new 2015 Sunbrella Canvas Mainsail Cover Dodger with side rails Bimini Dimensions LOA: 34 ft 4 in LWL: 28 ft 8 in Minimum Draft: 4 ft 5 in Displacement: 11000 lbs Engines Total Power: 24 HP Total Hours 800 Engine 1: Engine Brand: Universal Engine Model: 25M Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Drive Type: Direct Drive Transmission: Hurth (new 2015) Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (57 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 (23 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (24 Gallons) Accommodations: The Tartan 34 MKII has accommodations for 6 people: Private forward cabin with "V" berth Enclosed head to starboard, with vanity, sink and Shower Hanging locker and drawers opposite Main salon amidships has settee to starboard which converts to double berth Single settee to port with plenty of storage Hinged bulkhead-mounted teak table w/bookcase behind Galley to starboard Nav station to port, with lift-top chart table Double quarter berth aft with storage Galley Single Stainless Steel Sink storage under Foot pump fro sea water and hot/cold water faucet Force 10 Burner Nat Gas. stove w/oven Hot Water heater (new 2015) and hot/cold pressure water system Top loading ice box Plenty of storage above & outboard in locker & drawers Sails and Rigging Full Batten main 130 Genoa on Harken furler Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock Spars and Rigging Coated Aluminum mast with two spreaders Coated Aluminum Boom Forespar Boom Vang Head Enclosed head (bifold doors) Single stainless sink with Hot/cold water faucet/shower. Holding Tank with Deck Pump-Out Mechanical and Systems Cockpit Wheel steering with Simrad autopilot and remote. Electric & manual bilge pumps Electronics and Navigation Gear Speed/Depth transducers VHF Radio with DSC and GPS Recent Upgrades Canvas and frame all new 2015 Sunbrella Canvas Mainsail Cover Dodger with side rails Bimini

1970 Tartan 34

1970 Tartan 34

$24,000

Forked River, New Jersey

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

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1970 Tartan 34 Classic lines & classic beauty to this well maintained Tartan 34. Owners have upgraded many items both in and out!

Tartan 34 Sailing Sloop

Tartan 34 Sailing Sloop

$22,000

St Petersburg, Florida

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

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Nice 1969 34 foot Classic Tartan Sailing Sloop. Newly re-powered with a Westerbeak M25 25HP diesel. It has less than 10 hours on the new engine and it's plumbing, prop and shaft. It has tiller steering and comes with a new tiller auto pilot that can be installed. Has a like new Main and Jib with roller furling. This is a centerboard boat that only draws 3ft 11in so its great for shallow Florida and island waters. This is a Coast Guard Documented vessel. SPECIFICATIONS LOA: 34 feet, 6 inches BEAM: 10 feet, 2 inches DRAFT: 3 feet, 9 inches to 8 feet, 3 inches DISPLACEMENT: 11,200 pounds HULL TYPE: fin keel/skeg rudder SAIL AREA: 473 square feet (sloop) AUXILIARY PROPULSION: 25- to 30-hp diesel TANKAGE: 21 gallons fuel, 20 gallons water I am the second owner of this boat, it spent most of its time up on the Chesapeake Bay and has been well maintained. The deck has been newly redone. Lots of Teak inside and out, outside it is natural gray right now but it is old growth teak and looks beautiful when varnished. Has new gauges and much of the older wiring has been replaced. Great location with the best sailing in Florida. It is in downtown St Petersburg at the Municipal Marina in a very nice slip that can be assumed. This is a great place to live, temporarily or permanently! The boat is set up for live aboard right now but It wouldn't take too much to get it ready for cruising. The boat has been upgraded over the last few years in preparation for cruising but health issues have forced a change in plans. If you are seriously interested in this boat please contact me with a phone number and I'll return your call as soon as possible. I do not wish to list this boat with a broker or advertise it elsewhere right now. If the ad is here it is still available. Some of the pictures shown are older pics, I'll try to get some new ones up soon. Thanks.