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1976 | 34' Tartan Sloop for Sale

1976 Tartan

34' (10.36m) - No Name

This classic Tartan 34' is waiting for a new owner! She has been well kept inside and is in the process of being restored on the exterior. This would make a great beginner boat for a young sailor. With a little exterior work she could be ready to sail the bay again!


Vessel ID# 2783011      Last Updated: 2021-09-25 10:14:10

$ 24,500 USD

€ 21,096 Euros
€ 30,313 CAD

Description

This classic Tartan 34' is waiting for a new owner! She has been well kept inside and is in the process of being restored on the exterior. This would make a great beginner boat for a young sailor. With a little exterior work she could be ready to sail the bay again! 

Don't miss a chance to have a classic boat for a great price!


Data Sheet

LOA: 34' " (10.36 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 1976

Beam: 10' "

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 8' 3"

Draft Min: 4' "

Cabins:

Single Berths: 4

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: 8 Knots

Cruise Speed: 6 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 26 Gallons (98.42 Liters)

Fresh Water: 36 Gallons (136.27 Liters)

Holding Tank: 5 Gallons (18.93 Liters)

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MAIN DESCRIPTION

This classic Tartan 34' is waiting for a new owner! She has been well kept inside and is in the process of being restored on the exterior. This would make a great beginner boat for a young sailor. With a little exterior work she could be ready to sail the bay again! 

Don't miss a chance to have a classic boat for a great price!

TARTAN 34' ENGINE AND MECHANICAL

Atomic 4 Gas Engine 30hp

2 Electric Bilge Pumps

1 Manual Bilge Pump

Battery Charger



TARTAN 34 ELECTRONICS

Raymarine Auto Pilot (autohelm mounted on wheel frame)

2 VHF Radios

Speed, Wind and Depth gauges

1 UHF Radio at Backstay

Navigation station portside

TARTAN 34 ACCOMMODATIONS AND HEAD

Forward V-Berth sleeps 2

Aft berth sleeps 1

Manual head, sink and vanity

Salon settee's sleep 2

TARTAN 34' GALLEY AND SALON

Stansport Camp Stove Cooktop

Sink and counter storage

Seating for 4-6

Drop down dining table



TARTAN 34' HULL AND DECK

4' Draft -swing keel functional to 8.3 draft (only comes up 85%)

Stantions are in need of putting back up

TARTAN 34' SAILS AND RIGGING

Mainsail - good condition

Genoa - fair condition

Spinnaker - lightly used

Standing rigging in good condition

Roller furler in good condition

New Halyards 2018

New Lifelines 2018

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Universal Atomic
  • Engine Model:
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type:
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 0.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Mary Catherine Ciszewski

Mary Catherine Ciszewski

Yacht Broker

Deltaville, VA
Direct: 1-804-815-8238
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: marycatherine@curtisstokes.net


Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Deltaville, VA
Phone: 1-804-577-7227
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Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net

Deltaville is all about seafood festivals, fishing tournaments, sailboat racing and much more. Here you will find the Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park which hosts many events to celebrate Chesapeake Bay watermen as well as their boats and fishing methods.

Deltaville has a long history. Stingray Point at the eastern tip of Deltaville was named by Capt. John Smith when he was stung by a stingray when exploring the area in the early 1600’s. First believing he would die of the sting, he survived to eat the ray for dinner!



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