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1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop

  • 37 ft
  • Racer and Cruiser
  • Venice, FL, US

Yacht price

$65,000
Sold
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop
  • 1982 Tartan Yachts 37' KCB Sloop

Overview

The Tartan 37 is considered one of today's classic cruising yachts. Designed by Sparkman & Stephens with a lot of input from Tartan, the boat was introduced in 1976. Initially conceived as a boat that could be sold as a racer as well as a cruiser, it was the shoal draft centerboard cruiser that took off.

By any standard of performance comparisons, the Tartan 37, for a boat of this class was anything but disappointing. She is quite stable with excellent windward and downwind sailing performance.When reaching, as would be expected, this boat excels.

The boat became very popular for both club racing as well as coastal cruising, with many ending up in Florida and the Bahamas. Fast and comfortable 24 hour runs were enjoyed by many owners.

"C'est Sea Bon" is hull # 374 of the 486 Tartan 37's built. She was a fresh water boat from launch to 1997. She has been meticulously maintained by each of her owners and has benefited from proper upgrades and replacements, including a new North mainsail and 135% genoa within the last 18 months.

Cosmetically, she is the noticeable jewel at the dock. The deck, hull, exterior teak, running rigging and bright work give her a "showroom" appearance. All exterior teak is protected with Sunbrella covers. Below, the fine teak joinery typical of Tartan yachts glows, attesting to the years of proper maintenance with teak oil.

The detailed specs will provide you with information on how she is outfitted. You will not be disappointed.

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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(4888064)

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Tartan Yachts
Model:
37' KCB Sloop
Year:
1982
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Venice, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
C'est Sea Bon
Boat Type:
Racer and Cruiser
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
37 ft - 11.28 meter
LOA:
37 ft 3 in - 11.35 meter
Beam:
-
Draft - max:
7 ft 9 in - 2.36 meter
Bridge Clearance:
53 ft - 16.15 meter
Dry Weight:
15000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Model:
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
-
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Horsepower:
-
Max Speed:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

ACCOMMODATIONS

Forward Cabin

  • Large V-berth with center filler; 6' 3" long and 7' 3" wide
  • Access to anchor locker forward
  • 2 hanging lockers with drawers  port and starboard
  • Private access to head
  • Separate door can close off forward cabin
  • 2 opening  ports
  • Overhead hatch
  • Just outside the compartment is another hanging locker
  • Holding tank under port side berth

Main Cabin
  • L shaped setee to port with storage behind
  • Teak lockers and shelf space behind
  • Teak drop leaf table that folds flat against bulkhead
  • Conventional starboard setee that slides out to provide more width for sleeping
  • Pilot berth above starboard setee that doubles nicely as storage space if needed
  • Hanging locker forward of starboard settee
  • Two 45 gal water tanks; one under port and stbd settee

Quarter Berth
  • Large quarter berth that converts to a double with fold up Nav station seat
  • Reading lamp
  • 45 gal fuel tank under berth

Interior Finish

  • Teak and holly cabin sole
  • Teak hullsides
  • Oiled teak interior finishes
  • Ports with screens
  • Four dorades for ventilation
  • Reading lights
  • 110V receptacles
 


GALLEY

Starboard at the base of the companionway is a well designed sea galley. A generous 7 cubic feet icebox has two lids for easy access. The stove is oriented along the hullside. Facing aft you have a double stainless steel sink with cabinet beneath, and to the left is a dry bin beneath the countertop.

3 Burner  Seaward Propane Stove

Adler Barbour Refrigeration w/ freezer box

Double Stainless Steel Sinks

Hot & Cold Pressure Water

Storage cabinets

 



HEAD

Double door entry ( from salon and forward cabin)

Stainless steel sink

Hot & Cold Pressure Water

Jabsco Electric Head w/ Holding Tank

Y valve for discharge

Vanity

Mirror

Shower area with teak grate for draining

Shower sump pump



NAV STATION & QUARTERBERTH

Aft of the settee on port, the forward facing nav station has a large chart table with plenty of storage beneath the lid. Above and behind is an shelf for small items; below is a stack of three drawers for tools, parts, etc. To the left when seated, a locker door opens to a large storage space.

300 watt inverter in cabinet

Instruments mounted on panel at forward end of nav table

The seat back can be lifted out and repositioned to enlarge the sleeping area of the quarterberth.



SAILS AND RIGGING

North Sails fully battened main, new 2013

North Sails Quickcover and Lazyjacks on main, new 2014

North Sails 135% genoa, new 2014

Hood roller furling system on jib

North Sails 100% jib

Storm jib

Cruising Spinnaker w/sock

Tri Radial Spinnaker w/ sock, pole & lines

Older Sails

  • North Sails main; fair condition
  • North Sails 135% genoa; good condition

Two point slab reefing system on mainsail

Wire standing rigging

Keel stepped single spreader aluminum mast

Aluminum boom

 



ELECTRONICS

Nexus / ComnavNX@ System

  • Server
  • Four "Multi Function"Displays
  • One wind data display

Wind, Depth, Speed Temp Tranducers

Garmin Chartplotter interfaced with NX2 System and Autopilot

Garmin GPS76 as secondary GPS

Icom VHF radio at Nav Station

Standard Horizon Handheld  VHF



ELECTRICAL

Interstate Starting Battery, new 10/2013; aft of nav station

4 Interstate Golf Cart house batteries, new 10/ 2014; under port side salon settee

150 Amp Powerline Alternator (rebuilt in 2009) with Xantrax smart regulator

300 watt Inverter at nav station

Two 50' Shore power cords

 30A shore power connections

12V and 110V electrical panel

Steaming light

Anchor light

Foredeck light



MECHANICAL

Westerbeke  Diesel; 3525 hours; 50 hp

Raycor fuel filter (2)

Martec Folding Prop

Aquamet prop shaft

Tides Marine Dripless stuffing Box

Autopilot; Comnav below deck

Mermaid reverse cycle A/C; 12,000 BTU

Starter rebuilt in 2003

Hot water heater

Manual and electrical bilge pumps

Force 10 Propane Grill w/ rail mount

Xantrax 40 amp battery charger



DECK & HULL

 The hull is hand laid fiberglass with end grain balsa coring to improve stiffness without sacrificing weight. In areas of high stress such as the mast step, through hull fittings, chain plate terminals, engine supports and keel sections the coring is tapered into solid fiberglass. The deck has the same construction method with a good non-skid surface molded into all flat areas. The hull to deck joint consists of an internal flange bedded with butyle and polysulfide and bolted to the deck on 8 inch centers.

 Interlux Barrier Coated in 1997

Boat hauled and stored on land for the summer of 2014

Bottom cleaned and painted with anti-fouling paint in September 2014

Keel Centerboard

Skeg hung rudder

Bow pulpit & stern rails

Double lifelines

35# CQR with 50' 5/16 chain and 200' 5/8" nylon rode

Fortress 16 w/25' of chain and 150' 5/8 nylon rode

Full Bimini w/ opening center panel

Dodger

Original slatted cockpit seats ( beautifully varnished)

Cockpit cushions

Covers for: helm,winches,hatches and all exterior teak

Screens for companionway, both hatches and all ports

Outboard motor mount

Boarding ladder



MISCELLANEOUS

Documentation

  • Original Tartan 37 Owners Manual
  • Original Westerbeke Manuals
  • NX2 Instrument System Manuals
  • Com Nav Autopilot Manual
  • Icom VHF Manual

Lifesling System

Ritchie compass

Emergency tiller

2 Lifejacket Harnesses

4 Life jackets

Jackline and tethers

Fenders & fender board

Docking and spring lines

 



TENDER

1982 Achilles Dingy - good condition

2000 Yamaha 2.5 HP outboard; < 15 hours



SPECIAL PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

Deck  fittings removed and oversized holes drilled and filled with epoxy and reinstalled. ( Chainplates,turning blocks, handrails)

Stanchions removed, holes re-drilled, countersunk, caulked and all fittings remounted.

 



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.

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