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Lightly used and clean example of one of the best all around boats offered in 37 feet.
Sharpe looking with it's Navy Blue hull, red accent stripes, white and tan decks and tan canvas.
NOVIS carbon fibre double spreader keel stepped mast, Harken furling, solid boom vang and self tailing winches for excellent sail handling.
VHF, Radar/chartpotter, autopilot, wind speed and depth instruments
Manufacture's into below.
Sophisticated Designs • Exceptional Performance • Superior Value
At Tartan Yachts we have a passion to deliver the best sailboat owner experience possible. Our commitment to design and engineering is based on total performance. We don’t believe that a simple superficial appeal to aesthetics is enough to serve the interests of our owners. Our designers, builders and sales team understand and appreciate that every yacht we build must be the best yacht we build. Most importantly we are committed to the next 50 years with the focus of simply making our customer experience the best the industry has to offer.
2021 survey available upon request.
IJPE : 727.50 sq ft
I : 51.75 ft
J : 15.00 ft
P : 45.25 ft
E : 15.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 732.00 sq ft
Beaver Tail shaped
Ballast: 6200 lb
Displacement: 16150 sq ft
Max Draft: 5.00 ft
When Tartan's designer, Tim Jackett, set out to create the latest in a long line of excellent 37-footers from Tartan, he thought past the usual approach to the performance/accommodation puzzle to arrive at a number of wow, that's the way to go-style solutions. The result is a fast and stable performance cruising yacht with an uncommonly welcoming and functional interior. A key aspect of the Tartan 3700's reassuring stability is the generous 12-foot 7-inch beam that is carried well aft, but with an innovative twist at the stern where topside flare adds plenty of deck and cockpit space, while keeping the transom waterline on the trim side. The tall, two-spreader masthead rig provides plenty of sail for rewarding performance in light winds, and each of the 3700's keel options is designed to make the boat stand up and keep driving in breezy conditions. The accommodation plan of the Tartan 3700 works equally well for feeding and watering a cruising crowd or for pampering a family or two cruising couples on an extended sailing vacation. The two staterooms are completely private, each with generous-size clothes drawers and hanging locker. And by cleverly angling the bulkheads of the dinette outward and angling the bulkheads of the nav station and galley inward the feel of the 3700's interior suits the particular function of each space.
Navy Blue NPG/ISO gelcoated hull, hand laminated with alternating layers of strand mat and uni-directional "E" glass locally reinforced. Fully cored with high strength, impact resistant synthetic core for stiffness with solid glass at all thru hull, chain plate and keel installations. Gelcoat backup layer is laminated and chemically bonded using a 4mm barrier coat of vinylester anti-corrosive resin for blister resistance. Throw flush thru-hull fittings. Bulkheads and floor timbers are bonded using advanced adhesive technology. Built to meet ABS Plan Certification.
White deck with sand gelcoated nonskid deck with patterned, contrasting non-skid. Hand laminated sandwich composite of polyester resin, uni-directional "E" glass and end grain balsa core. All hardware installation points are solid glass backed with aluminum plate or FRP backing plates. Joined to hull using stainless steel fasteners that are drilled and tapped into aluminum backing plates molded into hull flange, spaced to meet ABS specification for offshore sailing yachts. Bonded with 3M 5200 sealant.
Novis carbon fibre mast
Strong Track mainsail track system
Rod Vang led aft
Harken genoa furling with aft lead kit
Spinaker halyard led aft
Lewmar windlass fully serviced in 2019
Second anchor roller - port side with hawse pipe
Three anchors and two rodes
SS plow anchor
Galvanized claw anchor
Deck wash down system at anchor
Self tailing winches
All control lines led aft
SS handrails on deck instead of teak
Harken inboard adjustable genoa tracks
Whitlock rack and pinion steering pedestal
Single leve engine controls
Teal cockpit table
Stern mounted life sling and 4 person Viking life raft(expired 2016 certification)
The Tartan 3700 was first launched in 2000, and has been a top seller for Tartan ever since.The layout feels like most 40-footers and she truly has two owners cabins.
The Tartan 3700 has won numerous awards including Cruising World’s Boat of the Year competition.
Starting forward, we have a large double bunk. Second Wind was modified at the factory to have a flat faced bunk, instead of the filler notch. This adds a more comfortable bunk and also extra storage drawers. Tartan also added cherry hull sealings to the hull sides and deleted the vanity in lieu of a bureau storage locker. These modifications have become very popular and are preferred over the standard layout.
The main salon is open and airy. The centreline drop leaf table accommodates 4-6 people and the starboard settee opens into a double bunk when needed. The nav station is forward facing and has all the breaker controls, with an opening desk and drawers for storage. The forward panel accommodates a radar/plotter easily.
On the starboard side is the galley, which has lots of counter and locker storage. The insulated icebox is large and has front and top opening access, as well as refrigeration. The microwave is in the aft locker. LPG Force 10 stove with oven gimbals outboard. This is a galley you will love. The ergonomics are right, and it is nice and secure offshore as well.
The aft cabin has a large double bunk with plenty of locker storage. Many owners prefer to sleep aft in the boat, although either cabin makes a comfortable master.
2016 teak and holy cabin sole with 10 coats of satin varnish
38 Hp diesel (approx 500 hours)with console mount controls and instrument panel. 38 gallon fuel capacity with remote gauge. Racor fuel filter/water separator. Folding blade propeller on stainless shaft.
Saildrive top and bottom seals and clutch pack replaced 2019/2020, exhaust elbow replaced 2017
Electrical and Systems:
Hot and cold pressure water
Manual Whale water pump at galley sink
Deep double SS sink
Microwave in galley locker
Freedom 20 inverter charger
Link 2000 control panel
Balmer Hi Output alternator with regulator
12 VDC outlets at helm, nav and forward cabin
Cruise air 16k BTU, new compressor 2014
Insulated icebox with refrigeration
Deck wash down system
110v shore power distribution panel
Dual 110v systems/cords
12 VDC distribution panel
Manual and electric bilge pumps. Bilge pump replaced in 2018
Three battery house bank and one engine battery. AGMs new in 2015
Electro-guard system for zinc preservation
Spare alternator (factory original one)
Dacron full batten mainsail
Dacron roller furling 135% genoa
100% working jib
Dodger - toast new in 2019
Bimini and connector - toast
Pedestal cover new in 2019
Sailcover with slits for Lazy Jacks
Winter “Baby Blanket” by Quinte Canvas
VHF: Standard Horizon VHF, model explorer with Ram Mic.(2016)
RADAR: Raymarine Radar, model # E80.
CHART PLOTTER: Raymarine Chartplotter, model # E80 with North Eastern charts.
AUTOPILOT: Raymarine Autopilot, model # ST6002+.
SPEEDLOG: Raymarine Speedlog, ST60.
DEPTH SOUNDER: Raymarine Depth Sounder, ST60.
COMPASSES: Suunto D-165 Magnetic Compass.
WIND: Raytheon Wind, model # ST60.
Clock and barometer in the salon.
TELEVISION(S): Samsung TV and Sony DVD player in the salon area.
Stereo with AM/FM/CD with four speakers
Custom forward cabin bunk
Air conditioning (16k BTU, factory installed, new compressor in 2014)
Yanmar SD-50 saildrive. Top seal replaced in 2019 and lower seal in 2020
Upgraded sail drive cone clutch in 2019
Teak refinished with Sikkens in 2020
New Teak & Holy sole throughout in 2016
Exhaust elbow replaced in 2017
SS chain rode and Galvanized chain rode with spliced rope
Viking 4 person Life Raft
Dickinson Propane Barbecue
Nissan 4HP outboard motor
Manual Davit starboard stern