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Old 10-08-2022, 21:19   #1
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Thumbs up Tartan 30 (1976) TransAtlantic ready, $29,500

FAMOUS BOAT, FULLY EQUIPPED AND READY TO GO TODAY

Already in the water in Lagos, sails rigged, 40 gal of diesel on board

This boat just completed a Trans-Atlantic from June 27, 2022 - July 25, 2022
Averaged 5.25 knots across Atlantic 3,400 nautical miles in 27 days – she’s fast for a boat of this size.

**This is getting to be a famous boat** As seen on TV: https://www.today.com/video/meet-the...n-144806981668

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/07/...ic-by-himself/

An article in Cruising World Magazine on this boat will be coming out in the October 2022 issue.

Prior owner was Sandy Van Zandt, famous sailmaker and circumnavigator who personally outfitted the boat for 8 years before selling her to us. This vessel was entered into the 2015 Bermuda 1-2 and met all stringent safety and redundancy requirements for the off-shore race.

Sea-kindly sailing motion.

Cutter rig for multiple sail configuration options.

Sleeps 4 and is also uniquely outfitted for single-handed blue ocean sailing.

Here are 57 photos of the boat:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/f...VO0_7yo-UDbw6D


**Boat
Year and Make: 1976 Tartan T-30
Hull Serial # TAR30379M761
Designed by Sparkman Stephens
Home Port: Marion, Massachusetts, USA
Currently in Lagos, Portugal
Length: 9.13 meters
Beam: 3.05 meters
Draft 1.65 meters
Weight: 3969 kg
Type: Sail
Engine: 13 hp Beta Marine Diesel
2 bladed folding prop
Zincs: new April 2022, 3 replacements on board
Copper Seacocks, water tight
Rudder protected by skeg,
Additional endplate on bottom of rudder improves responsiveness
Mast step has been rebuilt with epoxy resin for a more durable foundation
Owner: James P Currier (US)
FRN 0032535981
Call Sign WDN2523
Ship Station License 32535981
MMSI 367585270
Official ship number 1211408 (on the plaque over the captain's birth in the boat)
Restricted Radio Operator Permit RR00192343

**Electrical Equipment
ChartPlotter: Raymarine Axiom7 (2022)
Raymarine Speedo (2022)
Multi-Wind for wind speed and direction at mast head: i60 Raymarine (2022)
Digital Maps: Europe, Mediterranean, North America (2022)
EPIRB: Global Fix Pro (refurbished 2022)
IridiumGo Satellite Phone (2022)
2 Simrad TP22 (2022 and 2010) electric autopilots screw thread drive
LED lights inside and outside (2022)
100 watt solar panel on deck (2022)
Extra 100 watt portable solar panel for back up (2022)
4 marine batteries (2018)
10A charge controller (2018)
VHS radio: Quest-X GX1500S (2012)
AIS: Watchmate (2010)
VHS radio: Standard Horizon (2007) 25 watt
Depth finder

**Other Equipment
Viking 6-person LifeRaft (2022 refurbished)
Extra high 28 inch stanchions/life lines all around boat, 6 yrs old, for more safety
All lines run back to the cockpit for short handed sailing and safety
2 extra back stays for extra stiffness and safety
AutoPilot: Norvane Windvane (2010)

6 Harken winches (2015)
2 Lewmar winches
3 winch handles
2 anchors
Spinnaker pole on mast
Electric bilge
2 hand bilges for extra safety, one up in cockpit, one down in cabin
Head in excellent working condition
Non-pressurized alcohol stove, one burner
Lee clothes on 3 bunks for sleeping
Drogue
2 fire extinguishers (2022)
2 life jacket harnesses and 2 lifelines
Jack lines along both sides of vessel and in cockpit
weather gear">Foul weather gear and boots (XL)
Well labeled tools and supplies for all aspects of the boat, many replacement parts
2 fenders
Ryobi Cordless drill
1 Mask and snorkel
Boat hook

**Engine
Beta Marine Diesel, 13 hp, 907 hours, 2006
Serial # 3A4126
Professionally maintained, runs perfectly
Inboard

**Sails (4,000 miles, new in 2016)
1 Yankee 1 Jib
1 Yankee 2 Jib
1 Stay sail
1 mainsail
1 Spinnaker (new in 2008, rarely used)
Cutter rig gives you more sail options for more speed and safety
Lazy Jacks in place
Good sail covers for mainsail

**Payload
Diesel: 11 Gallon tank
Water: 30 Gallon tank
8, 5-gallon diesel cans (2022)
2, 5-gallon water cans (2022)

** Why this is a great deal
Cal, the 16 yr old transatlantic sailor, is done with sailing and needs to focus on school. He accomplished his goal. We live in California and the boat is in Lagos, Portugal.
6 new Harken winches: $18,000
4 new sails: $15,000
New electronics and lights: $7,000
6-person life raft: $4,500
Windvane: $4,500
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Old 10-08-2022, 21:28   #2
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Re: Tartan 30 (1976) TransAtlantic ready, $29,500

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Old 11-08-2022, 05:30   #3
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Re: Tartan 30 (1976) TransAtlantic ready, $29,500

Copper seacocks?
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Old 11-08-2022, 13:32   #4
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Re: Tartan 30 (1976) TransAtlantic ready, $29,500

Any chance to get her over to the states? She is a fine boat!
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Old 13-08-2022, 21:32   #5
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Re: Tartan 30 (1976) TransAtlantic ready, $29,500

She has bronze seacocks.
And we aren't planning to deliver her to the US. She's in Lagos Portugal. You can sail the Med starting today, or wait until the southern Atlantic window in a few months and sail her back.
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