Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Westerbeke
- Model: 33
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 33hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 2 Blade
- Year: 1984
- Engine Hours: 2130
29 Klein Way
Willsboro, New York, US, 12996-4049
Forward private cabin and forward private head. Double bench settee with sleeping berth extension. Sea bunk. Aft quarter berth.
(Sparkman &Stephens design #2253) Sometimes referred to as TARTAN 37C.
The TARTAN 37 became one of the builders best selling models.
Derived from the TARTAN 38, more of a racer with a deep keel and tall rig.
Most boats, including this one were delivered with the keel/cb and standard rig.
The Tartan 37 is is a classic cruising yacht. It was introduced in 1976 and is thought of as both a racer and/or as a cruiser.
There were 486 shoal draft centerboard cruisers built.
For more information - http://bluewaterboats.org/tartan-37/
3-burner propane stove with oven (2 propane tanks)
Double SS sink with pressurized hot/cold water and seawater footpump
Adler Barbour Refrigerated Ice Box with freezer compartment
Conventional Main with battens
Lazy jacks and lazy bag
Furling genoa 120%
Hood Seafurl Drum
Spinnaker - Symmetrical with pole but no mast attachment
Primary winches, #30, 2 speed, coachroof
Lewmar #46 genoa sheet winches, 2 speed, self-tailing, cockpit
House Batt Bank = 2 sets of 2 each 6-volt batts
Solar Panel - Trickle charger see pic
110 Volt shore power
Shore Power w/cord
Electric bilge Pump
LED Interior Lights
LED Masthead Anchor Light
Espar cabin Heat (Diesel)
Garmin GPSMap 541 at navigation table
Raytheon SL 70 Radar (works but is not currently hooked up)
B&G Speed Depth Wind
Raymarine ST6002 Wheel Pilot
Instruments are networked via NMEA 2000
VHF - Uniden UM525 Submersible
AM/FM/CD iPOD Capable
Single Anchor Roller
Manson/Rocna Anchor with 100' chain and 100' nylon
Outboard engine bracket
Winter cover includes metal frame with cloth cover
7 boat stands are included
Antifouling is ablative
Espar Heat - diesel
This boat was purchased by its current owners in Boston and sailed around New England for a few years prior to coming to fresh-water Lake Champlain. She currently sits on the hard and has a few projects attached to her...
- a few pieces of deck hardware need to be reattached (see pics)
- the centerboard, which has been removed for repair (job done very well) needs to be reattached on next lift
- one of the two solar-powered vents does not work
- a couple pieces of deck hardware need to be refitted
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.