Tartan Tartan T 27 Boats for sale
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Voorhees, New Jersey
1984 Tartan 33R, MUST SELL!!! WILLING TO NEGOTIATE PRICE.Magic is a T-33R (not a T-33):Powerful Masthead RigHigh-Aspect MainsailLarger JHigh-Aspect Rudder40in Destroyer WheelTartan 34-2 (1985-89) InteriorGenerous use of solid teakExcellent joinery workFull BiminiGarmin 740 Touch-Screen GPSIsotherm refrigeration systemDiesel Engine: 27hp Yanmar 3GM30FMaxprop 2-blade feathering propNavtec hydraulic backstay adjusterRaymarine autopilotSpecs, Equipment and Information:Tartan MarineSparkman & Stephens1984; Hull # 202/215Fin keelMasthead SloopDimensionsLOA: 33 ft 8 inBeam: 10 ft 11 inLWL: 28 ft 10 inMaximum Draft: 6 ft 3 inDisplacement: 10000 lbsBallast: 4400 lbsEngineEngine Brand: YanmarYear Built: 2001Engine Model: 3GM30FEngine Type: InboardEngine/Fuel Type: DieselEngine Hours: 800Propeller: Maxprop 2-blade feathering prop 2008Engine Power: 27 HPMixing Elbow (New in 2013)Motor Mounts (New in 2013)Injectors (New in 2013) TanksFresh Water Tanks (2): (60 Gallons)Fuel Tank: (26 Gallons) (New in 2014)Tartan 34-2 InteriorMain Cabin Sleeps 3 (2 1)V-Berth Sleeps 2Quarter Berth Sleeps 2Nav Station with Chart Table and Molded SeatBulkhead-Mounted Teak Salon TableTeak And Holly SoleTeak interiorSails & Sail HandlingMainsail: Dacron 2008Genoa: Cruising Laminate 155% Roller-furling 2008Spinnaker Jib HalyardSpinnaker HalyardPole Topping LiftPole DownhaulBaby StayHarken Head Furling SystemCarbon-Fiber Spinnaker/Whisker PoleGenoa Track Control Lines Lead Aft To CockpitMain Boom Vang Forcex6Navtec Hydraulic Back Stay Adjuster (New in 2008)Lewmar 40 Cabin-top winches (2)Cabin-top Line Clutches 6 (3 3)Lewmar 42 Genoa Winches Manual STs (2)Harken 46 ST WinchElectronics/Instruments:GPS: Garmin 740 Touch-Screen Binnacle-mounted; PortableSpeedDepthWind Speed & DirectionBinnacle CompassMasthead FlyVHF Radio: Unit/speakers in Main Cabin; RAM Mike for CockpitRaymarine Auto PilotAM/FM Radio: Cabin and Cockpit SpeakersElectrical Systems:House (2) & Starting (1) Batteries (New in2014)Integral Battery ChargerShip-to-shore Extension Cable 50ftShore power inletElectrical Circuit: 110VGalley & HeadDeep stainless sink w/Hot & Cold pressure waterGimbaled 3-Burner Alcohol StoveIsotherm Refrigeration System (New in 2013)General Ecology (Seagull) Water Purification System 2008Manual Flush Head: Jabsco (New in 2015)Holding TankBasin w/shower head; Privacy Teak DoorCloset and 2 storage drawers Wet LockerEngine Room & BilgeYanmar 3GM30FElectric Diaphragm Bilge PumpHigh-Volume (2000 gph) Electric Bilge Pump (New in 2013)----- $31900
1984 Tartan 33R Tartan Yachts is recognized as one of the best designers and builders of fine yachts. Of the yachts Tartan has produced, the Tartan 33, of which they have built 215, is viewed as one of the premier racer-cruisers in the mid-30 foot range. And, of the Tartan 33s on the marketplace, Magic, a 1984 Tartan 33R is the finest. Magic is in superb condition and, with the Tartan 34-2 (1985-1989) interior, full bimini, Isotherm Refrigerator System, 2001 Yanmar 3GM30F 27hp diesel engine, Maxprop 2-blade feathering propeller, Garmin 740 Touch Screen GPS, Raymarine autopilot, and Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster, is well-equipped. Magic, with her powerful masthead rig and high-aspect mainsail, is not only easy to handle, but is incredibly fast. In breezes where most sailboats are powering she is not – Magic epitomizes the essence of “sail more; power less”. As a club racer she is unparalleled – talk to the folks that race in the Rock Hall (Maryland) area and those that have raced in Tartan Regattas on the Chesapeake (Magic won the last race series, beating every other boat, including T3500s and T3700s, etc). If you appreciate a sailboat which is seaworthy, fast, weatherly, well-kept, handsome and is the best Tartan 33 buy on the market, Magic is the boat for you!
Dade City, Florida
Posted Over 1 Month
For Sale is my 1966 Tartan 27. I own this boat for almost 3 years and have spend countless days of restoring it. It still needs some TLC, but mostly cosmetic. I'm not going to write anymore at this time, if I were to mention every detail about this boat I would have to write a book. So just email, text, call and look at the boat. It is ready to take you any time and anywhere. This is one of the world famous Blue Water Pocket Cruisers. Not your fly by night weekender or coastal cruiser. This is the real deal. Not many of them around. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHhp3dxUr5o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep7Ka68cAIw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep7Ka68cAIw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0_InBV-rdE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFRm3cgKX9I Restoration work already done: Deck Gel Coat completely removed (sanded down to the FG). Added several layers of heavy Glass Mats to the whole deck. Injected resin into the Deck core at soft spots. There are no leaks or soft spots throughout the deck. Rebuilt Cabin Hatch with wood and Fiberglass. Very sturdy and no leakage. Installed new Lexan (unbreakable) main cabin windows. Sealed with the strongest RTV Silicone. This is the same silicone that's used for sealing engine oil pans. Removed all other window frames and resealed with RTV Silicone. Completely rebuilt interior floor with pressure treated plywood and Fiberglass. Reinforced Mast footer with several layers of Fiberglass. Removed engine, cleaned, checked and painted. New Raw water pump, new mixing elbow, new muffler. Completely rebuilt engine bed with pressure treated plywood and several layers of Fiberglass. Installed engine with new upgraded motor mounts. Installed new electric head flushing system. The boat has no waste water holding tank. Only direct discharge. By law the head can only be used when at least 9 miles offshore. I do most my sailing much further out, so for me that wasn't a problem. For closer coastal cruising there would be the need for a holding tank or the use of a portable toilette. Installed remote control electric winch to self hoist to the top of the mast. This is a very unique and safe feature when used with a bosins chair and safety lines. Can be done completely single handed. I'm scared of heights but with this setup I winched myself up to the top of the mast and installed the new VHF antenna. All new 1/2" Halyards for Main and Head Sails. I also replaced every other working rope / halyard with brand new highest quality materials. All new LED interior and exterior lighting / navigation lighting. Front LED wide beam spotlight to see in the dark. I rebuilt the whole interior using mostly wood . Still needs some work but not too much. Boat is extremely clean and pleasant inside. Great Alpine CD / Radio sound system with (4) 6.5" Coaxial Speakers (2 kicker, 2 JBL). It really sounds fantastic. Brand new Standard Horizon VHF fixed mounted Marine Radio and Standard Horizon hand held for backup. Both fully waterproofed. 2 new marine fire extinguishers. 2 new batteries. New 100W Highest quality solar panel installed with charging regulator. Keeps both batteries fully charged, never have to use shore power. 1500 W Power Inverter for 110V. All new electrical wiring, switches and panels. New digital Dept sounder. 2 GPS Chart-plotters, 1 outside (Standard Horizon), 1 inside for backup (Garmin). New (rebuilt) Tiller Pilot, value around $500.00. RAYMARINE ST2000+ TILLER PILOT GARMIN GPSMAP 182C CHART PLOTTER STANDARD HORIZON CP 160 CHART PLOTTER STANDARD HORIZON QUEST-X GX 1500S MARINE RADIO STANDARD HORIZON HX 600S HANDHELD MARINE RADIO HAWKEYE DIGITAL DEPT SOUNDER TRADITIONAL SAILBOAT COMPASS 2 DEEP CYCLE MARINE BATTERIES FIVE OCEANS ELECTRICAL TOILETTE HIGH QUALITY 100W SOLAR PANEL SOLAR CHARGING REGULATOR CABEL WINCH WITH REMOTE CONTROL TO HOIST UP ON MAST STAINLESS STEEL FRESH WATER HOLDING TANK ELECTRIC SINK PUMP 2 MARINE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ALPINE CDA-9856 CD RADIO 4 SPEAKER SYSTEM (KICKER & JBL 6 1/2" COAX 2 WAY)
Harbor Springs, Michigan
1982 Nor'Sea 27 This 1982 Nor'Sea 27 has been lovingly owned by one couple since the boat was built. By any standards, the Nor'Sea 27 is a remarkable yacht, constructed to a standard that is rare in a cruising boat of this size. With her one-piece, hand-laminated hull, all-lead ballast, top-quality metalwork and remarkable joinery, the Nor'Sea 27 is the ultimate in transportable yachts. This small but rugged pocket cruiser provides live-aboard comfort and can handle heavy weather and long distances while remaining legally trailerable at only 27ft long. It is said the Nor'sea 27 is one of only a half-dozen American production boats designed and built to spend a lifetime on the ocean, rather than in a marina. Where most boats are built sufficiently strong to avoid warranty claims and Coast guard recall lists, the Nor'sea is built to a different standard. The Nor'Sea hull is hand laminated in one piece--not two halves glued together.The laminations schedule call for a minimum of seven layers of alternating 1 1/2 oz, mat and 18 oz roving on the sides, increasing to nine layers at the waterline, 11 layers at t eh garboard and 22 layers at the stern. Thicknesses vary from 5/16" on the sides to 3/4" at the keel. Chainplate areas are heavily reinforced. This is approximately the same layup schedule as used on much larger "cruising" Boats, i.e Valient 40, Tartan 50. The lapstrake construction requires approximately 40% more labor hours in layup than a smooth hull. The benefits obtained--much stronger and rigid hull.
New York, New York
Aquarius is easy to single hand, is great for day sailing yet sleeps five to six in four bunks (two in the fore-peak, one to two amidships, one on either side of the engine bay that has drop down sides for engine access). She's great for either a beginner or a seasoned sailor. O'Days are very popular, often raced, and there are several internet sites with information, forums and and offering of parts. I've had the pleasure of owning Aquarius for ten years now and I love her. We're relocating and after much procrastinating I realize that the ocean will just be too far way. The previous owners had her in Oyster Bay NY for many years. She is surprisingly fast yet very stable (2,230 lb lead keel) - although not suggested, we've powered through 6'-8' seas with her. She sails very close to the wind, is roomy with loads of storage, and you can stretch out on the 6'-6" cockpit seats with custom cushions (both with lockers beneath) or seat several. There's approximately 6' headroom. She has a 30 horse power Universal Atomic Four engine whereas most boats her size have either 9.9 HP outboards (which cavitate in lumpy water) or 7 to 13 HP diesels. She starts fast, runs clean. Uses about a gallon an hour. These are so popular that new parts are still made for it - even an optional hand crank! Here's one major source of new parts, service and info: moyermarine.com. She has a new jacket side plate from Moyer Marine. There's incredibly easy access to the engine from both sides and the front. There's even an engine "room" light. She has the original 12 gallon main gas tank along with the then optional 6 gallon plastic auxiliary tank (located on a shelf in the port side locker). Aquarius was made just before the cost of oil, gas and related resins sky-rocketed and caused many boat companies to skimp on construction and then to go out of business. Her hull is solid fiberglass - no balsa to worry about, and is about 3/8" thick. The prop is bronze. The prop shaft is bronze with a recent sacrificial zinc. I consider her the best year - 1975 had the best interior layout and has a lead ballasted fin keel with skeg mounted rudder (offering some protection to it). She has a 4' draft and nice freeboard which allows for usually dry sailing and calm guests.. My son worked at West Marine during school which gave us great discounts - she has new lifelines, new lazy jacks on the main boom, new main-sheet, new bronze thru-hull valves and Y-valve for the macerator toilet, new VHF radio, solar powered charger to keep her batteries charged between use, original Loran C, new coil and ignition parts, new water pump impeller, new engine exhaust pipe to the water muffler, new rubber diaphragm on her bilge pump, a cockpit tent in almost new shape, recent 12 volt receptacle, dual batteries with selector and gauge, tiller steering with nice looking new laminated wood tiller, old auto tiller, dual cockpit scuppers, cockpit cushions, anchor, teak and stainless steel swim ladder between the split stainless steel rear pulpit, auto-tiller, loads of storage, two sinks, cabin lights, electric macerator toilet between the fore peak and the main cabin with folding teak doors for privacy, curtains, cabin inclinometer, hanging locker, cockpit "table" (portable, that spans across the seats), storage under all the berths, a 12v hand vacuum, carpeting, a large ice box under a lid in the counter that drains to outside, alcohol stove plus a propane grill that attaches to hang off of the stern. There's a GPS/Depth sounder along with the original one that still works by a light revolving within its face and is entertaining to watch. There's roller furling, a wind vane and radio aerial atop the mast, stainless bow pulpit, a boom vang, a whisker pole for downwind sailing, genoa in reasonable shape, two jibs (one is older and a bit soiled), two mainsails (one also is older and a bit soiled). Two new stainless fishing rod holders, I've several life jackets, am/fm/cd stereo, full safety equipment including fire extinguishers, radar reflector ball, first aide kit, floodlight, Lifesling overboard rescue system, a flare gun, horn, boat hook etc. I can throw in a new medium sized dog life jacket if the buyer needs it. The upholstery is in very good condition. Loads of interior teak in good condition. The former owner gave us the original set of plastic dishes, silverware and ice tongs, and I'll give them to the new owner so they can stay with the boat. What I'm aware of: minor scars from dock battles etc, and a couple of soft deck spots which I was planning on repairing this season. The hardware & connections to the hull have been resealed over the years and should be checked. We had a problem with gunk in the main tank so we had it drained and we were planning on replacing it. We've been running off of the 6 gallon tank which has given us more than enough range. The sink hand pumps aren't working but I've a new electric pump to pressurize the system waiting to be installed (Whale offers refurbishment kits if you'd rather hand pump). The hatch boards are ready for replacement, last year there was minor weeping at the toilet - it may need tightening or a new gasket, and there's some minor rust here and there on the engine. Very little rain water weeps in from the ports - I do a yearly sealing but this year haven't gotten to it yet. She's a pretty dry boat. Aquarius has loads of spare parts including a new small holding tank for the toilet, new deck hardware along with a good-sized used winch for the cabin top to make single handling even easier, new electric water pump to pressurize the water system, new electric bilge pump - all ready to be installed. Obviously I love the boat - we weren't planning on moving from Brooklyn but the house that we've bought was an amazing deal in a historic small town and we realized that's where we want to semi-retire. She's out of the water in Gateway Marina (opposite Floyd Bennett Field) in Brooklyn open to the bay and to the ocean. The marina owes us a launch but it seemed to make sense to allow prospective buyers a look at her bottom. Here's more info: oday.sailboatowners.com, odayowners.com and iheartodays.com/model_oday_27 There was an ad in Craigslist for her but it was put in without my knowledge by a marina service employee. It was taken off. The boat is sold as is, and will need to be picked up or sailed from her location in Gateway Marina, Brooklyn, NY by the new owner. Storage and shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the purchaser. You may see the boat by appointment. She is fairly priced - serious offers only please. 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