34' (10.36m) 34-2 -
New to the market. 34 Tartan 34-2. Very good condition.
- Chester Maryland United States
- Fiberglass Hull
Available now. 1988 Tartan 34-2. Very good condition. The Tartan 34-2 is an updated version of the earlier Sparkman & Stephens design of the Tartan 33R. This new design has an extended stern and modified interior. WIMSEY is one of 110 Tartan 34-2's designed by Sparkman & Stephens and Tim Jackett, produced between 1984 and 1989. This popular shoal draft model with the "Scheel keel" draws a modest 4 feet 5 inches, perfect for tucking into shallow, protected anchorages.
The Tartan 34-2 was designed to be a comfortable performance cruiser built to Tartan's exacting standards. With plenty of room below for extended cruising and a friendly sail plan, she will surely make one's time on the water enjoyable.
LOA: 34' 0" (10.36 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 10' 9"
Bridge Clearance: 48' 6"
Draft Max: 4' 5"
Draft Min: 4' 5"
Single Berths: 1
Double Berths: 2
Maximum Speed: 5 Knots
Cruise Speed: 4 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Fresh Water: 39 Gallons (147.63 Liters)
Holding Tank: 24 Gallons (90.85 Liters)
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Dodger, bimini, bridge and separate awning canvas
Roller furling genoa
Yanmar 3GM30 diesel engine with low hours
Simrad wind, speed and depth instruments
Mainsail with Dutchman system
Lota DLS30 30 amp battery charger (new 2019)
1 Group 31AGM starting battery 2019
3 Group 31 AGM house battery (2 installed 2014, 1 in 2019)
Deltpan starting battery trickle charger
Heart InCharge alternator regulator
Link 10 battery monitor system
Heart digital echo charger
120v 30 Amp shore power
50 foot 30 Amp shore power cord
Three duplex AC outlets
Luanair 12,000 BTU AC/Heat system
Four 12 volt cabin fans (three installed 2015)
Interior courtesy lights
Interior cabin lights in v-berth, head, main cabin, galley,nav station and aft bunk
12 volt receptacle at Nav Station
Storgwe box and wiring for two additional house batteries
Exterior navigation and running lights
Exterior masthead light
Ritchie Globemaster binnacle compass
Garmin 545 chartplotter at helm
Simrad IS20 digital display speed, depth, temp
Simrad IS20 analog wind display
ICOM 401 VHF marine radio
ICOM remote microphone in cockpit
Raymarine ST4000+ wheel autopilot
JVC KD-R330 stereo with Bluetooth
Two cabin stereo speakers
Two cockpit stereo speakers
Spars/rigging and sails
Navtec Series 7 hydraulic backstay adjuster
Aluminum mast and boom
Spartite for mast boot
Harken Mk 1 furler
Two Barient #24 two speed primary winches
TWo Barient #18 two speed cabin top winches
Two straight aluminum spreaders
Adjustable line boom vang
Adjustable line cunningham
Ullman Main with single reef (2007)
120% genoa with dark blue sun strip
Spinnaker running rigging and snatch blocks
Spinnaker ATN Tacker
Jiffy reefing system, flattening reef and single reef
Luanair 12,000 BTU AC/Heat
Full Winter Cover
Deck wash down system
Additional 12v panel
two burner propane stove with over
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.
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3GM30
- Engine Year: 1988
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 30.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1800.00
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David P. Robinson
David Robinson is a native of Maryland’s Eastern Shore in Talbot County. David grew up on the shores of the Miles River, enjoying Maryland finest crabbing, fishing, sailing and watersports. His love for boats and boating came at a very early age.David has spent his entire life sailing and boating in the Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys, Bahamas and Caribbean. He has gained an extensive knowledge and expertise in many aspects of boating. He achieved his United States Coast Guard Merchant Mariner’s Credential – Master’s License in his thirties and has since guided fly fishing charters and tours through the Bay’s tributaries as well as working as a mate and deck hand on off-shore fishing charters.
He spent years employed in the legal field and the telecom industry before finding his perfect career with Curtis Stokes and Associates as a yacht broker. He enjoys helping potential buyers find their dream yachts and helping owners market and sell their current vessels.
David currently resides near St. Michaels, Md., enjoys offshore fishing for billfish and tuna, fly-fishing for stripers and bluefish in the Chesapeake Bay and owns a small flotilla of powerboats, sailboats, jet-skis, paddleboards and kayaks. Needless to say, he enjoys time on the water when he isn’t partnering the right person with the perfect boat. He is a member of the Miles River Yacht Club, Maryland Salt Water Sportsman’s Association, Coastal Conservation Association, Chesapeake Bay Grady White Club, and the International Game Fish Association among other organizations.
David can be reached by email at David@CurtisStokes.net or by phone at 410-310-8855.
Curtis Stokes & Associates
Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in St. Michaels, Maryland.
St. Michaels is on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, a delightful cruising area and boating center. There are many rivers in the Chesapeake Bay area to explore by boats and yachts.
St. Michaels is famous as a boating and cultural center featuring the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary’s Square, and the Classic Motor Museum. Excellent harbor facilities and many boater friendly restaurants, shops and attractions can be found. St. Michaels has a long history of boat building and commercial fishing since before the Revolutionary War. Many homes and other structures in the town reflect the historical significance of St. Michaels.