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Tartan 37

$89,977 Listed price: US$62,500

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Annapolis Sailyard

326 First Street
Suite 405
Annapolis, MD, 21403
United States
410-941-3311

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Make Tartan
Model 37
Year 1979
Condition New
Price US$62,500
Type Sail
Class Cruiser
Length 11.28 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Pasadena, Maryland, United States
LOA 11.35 m
Beam 3.58 m
Min. Draft 1.27 m
Displacement 15500 lb
Ballast 7500 lb
Engine Make Westerbeke
Engine Model 40
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1979
Power 37 hp
Engine usage (hours) 3000
Sails
  • Storm jib
  • Battened mainsail
  • Spinnaker
  • Genoa
  • Furling genoa
Electronics
  • Depthsounder
  • Wind speed and direction
  • TV set
  • Navigation center
  • Plotter
  • Autopilot
  • Radio
  • Compass
  • CD player
  • GPS
  • Cockpit speakers
  • VHF
Rigging
  • Steering wheel
Inside Equipment
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Oven
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Microwave oven
  • Marine head
  • Hot water
  • Refrigerator
  • Deep freezer
  • Battery charger
Outside Equipment/Extras
  • Cockpit shower
  • Tender
  • Solar panel
  • Liferaft
  • Swimming ladder
Covers
  • Bimini Top
  • Mainsail Cover
Electrical Equipment
  • Shore power inlet
  • Inverter
Designer Sparkman Stephens
Builder Tartan
Headsail Area 1
Fuel Tanks 53 gal
Fresh Water Tanks 90 gal
Holding Tanks 19 gal
Windlass Electric Windlass

Description

White Hawk is a well-cared-for Tartan 37, fully outfitted and detailed.

White Hawk's owner made her safe, self-sufficient and comfortable for both short and long-term cruising. She's cruised from Maine to The Bahamas, and is ready to go now. With her centerboard-up 4'6" draft she cruises comfortably in shallow waters. With her board-down 7'9" draft and 48% ballast/displacement ratio she powers upwind with speed and stability.Fully updated and ready to cruise, please read entire listing to see all the fantastic upgrades to this vessel.

Overview

  • Full suite of sails including roller-furling genoa, jib, staysail, gennaker, Galerider.
    • Quantum main is easily handled with Strong Track slide and Harken lazy jack systems, both new in 2020.
  • Westerbeke 40 HP diesel with Autostream stainless steel, 3-blade feathering prop.
  • Complete electronics.
    • Garmin radar and chart plotter.
    • Raymarine depth, speed and wind instruments.
    • Simrad below decks hydraulic autopilot.
    • Icom VHF radio with DSC at the nav station and remote microphone/speaker at the helm.
    • Hailer/automatic fog horn on the radar pole.
    • Full entertainment- TV, stereo system, Sirius XM satellite radio dock.
  • All Lewmar winches, with Garhauer deck organizers and blocks, Schaefer track.
  • 44 pound Bruce anchor with 150' chain + 150' nylon rode, electric windlass, anchor washdown, stern anchor.
  • Bottom stripped and new barrier coat applied 2015.
  • Solar panels on the bimini frame usually meet the electrical needs without running the engine.
  • Belowdecks, the interior is immaculate (see the photos!) with an upgraded galley, Corian countertops, 3-burner Force 10 stove, double stainless-steel sinks, electric refrigerator with enhanced insulation and large freezer.
  • The hull and cabin top are insulated for coolness/warmth and reduced condensation.
  • Sleeps 6 in forward cabin v-berth double, quarter berth tight double, and main salon pilot berth and settee.
  • New Bomar stainless steel ports, PVC beadwork white overhead, custom salon table.

Hull/Deck

  • Custom teak bowsprit with anchor roller and spinnaker tack block.
  • 44 pound Bruce anchor with 150' 5/16 HT galvanized chain + 150' 5/8" 8 strand brait (2008).
    • Lewmar Ocean 1 windlass (motor and gearbox replaced in 2011).
    • Anchor washdown fitting on foredeck.
    • Hawse pipe and secondary rode of 30' 5/16 HT chain + 250' 5/8" 8 strand brait (2009).
    • Stern anchor: 22# danforth with 300' 5/8" 3 strand (2009).
  • Foredeck T track for staysail, dinghy lashing, etc.
  • Garhauer midship cleats on toe rail track.
  • Custom propane locker in aft seat with two 6# aluminum tanks 2007.
  • Removable hinged companionway doors and acrylic drop boards with pins, 2008.
  • Wheel steering using Edson pedestal with high guard rail and chartplotter.
  • Edson radar pole with outboard crane and antenna arch.
  • Outboard motor storage pad on sternrail.
  • Cockpit shower.
  • Custom teak cockpit table.
  • Cockpit locker fitted with shelves and line keepers for efficient organization.
  • Varnished teak Tartan cockpit seats.
  • Cockpit cushions.
  • Stern boarding ladder.
  • Removable side boarding ladder.
  • All stanchions and lifelines (stainless steel wire) replaced in 2008.
  • Hatch lenses replaced (aft 2005, forward 2010).
  • Bomar Passage series stainless steel ports (9) (same as Tartan is using now) 2007.
  • Centerboard refurbished 2009, new pennant 2012.
  • Bimini (2004) with solar panels mounted and rigid support to stern rail.
  • Dodger (2008) with zip in connector.
  • Canvas covers for handrails, dorade teak, primary winches, pedestal, OB, lifesling.
  • Teak stern rail replaced 2007.
  • Bottom stripped and new barrier coat applied 2015.
  • Lifesling person overboard recovery.
  • Switlik 6 person liferaft mounted on deck with automatic inflation and release (needs re-certification).

Sails/Rigging

  • Mast and rigging removed, thoroughly inspected and reinstalled (2020).
  • Standing rigging replaced in 2009, swaged upper fittings and Hy-Mod lower.
  • New running rigging (2020).
  • Chainplates removed, inspected and reinstalled (2018-2019).
  • Mast stripped and repainted (2020).
  • Sails have been washed and maintained regularly.
    • Main: Quantum loose foot, 2 full/2 partial battens, 2 reefs, 8.6 oz (2006).
      • Strong Track slide system (2020)
      • Sail Cover (2018)
      • Harkin Lazy Jack system (2020)
    • Genoa: Quantum 140% cross cut, 6.6 oz, foam luff (2006), sunbrella UV cover (2010).
    • Jib: Allen Sailmakers 100% jib, very good condition, no UV cover, great sail for heavier air.
    • Staysail: Horizon on wire pennant.
    • Storm sail: ATN 150 sq. ft. “Galerider” sleeve sail for headstay, like new condition.
    • Spinnaker: North Cruising Genaker 980 sq. ft. (2012).
  • Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster (2017).
  • Garhauer rigid vang (2005).
  • Selden 300 roller furler (2001).
  • Garhauer mainsheet blocks (2008).
  • Garhauer deck organizers and line clutches (2010).
  • Extended Schaefer traveler track with 4:1 Garhauer blocks.
  • Spinnaker pole track and hardware on mast.
  • Forespar 16' spinnaker pole.
  • Lines at mast: Main halyard, genoa halyard, reefing lines (2), spinnaker halyard, spinnaker pole lift and downhaul.
  • Lines to cockpit: Mainsheet, outhaul, centerboard, vang, spare halyard, topping lift, traveller lines, furling line, spinnaker tack, spinnaker sheets.
  • Winches (all Lewmar):
    • Mast: 16, 30
    • Boom: 16
    • Coach roof: C30ST (new in 2007) on port, 30 on stbd
    • Primaries: 48 ST (2) rebuilt 2012
    • Secondaries: 40’s (2) (tired, rarely used)

Engine/Drivetrain

  • Westerbeke 40, 37 HP with approximately 3000 hours.
  • New muffler (2021).
  • New raw water pump (2010).
  • New engine gauge panel (2016).
  • Heat exchanger disassembled, cleaned and reinstalled (2018).
  • New exhaust elbow (2015).
  • New engine intake thru hull, seacock and seawater strainer (2020).
  • ZF/Hurth 150 transmission.
  • Electric oil change pump.
  • Racor filter + secondary and engine fuel filters (3 total).
  • Teflon packing gland, almost dripless.
  • Autostream 17" SS 3 blade feathering prop (2010).
  • Spare 16” 3 blade prop, conditioned and balanced (2009).
  • New fuel tank (2021).
  • Fuel burn .5gal/hr.

Electrical system

  • Almost all of the original wiring (98%) has been replaced with Ancor marine cable. The only original wiring is the cabin lighting wiring and the engine harness.
  • AC:
    • 30A shorepower cord.
    • 120 volt Paneltronics distribution panel with 3 breakers.
    • 1500 watt inverter with auto-transfer relay when plugged into shore power.
    • 3 120V outlets (nav station, galley, head), all GFI protected.
    • Galvanic isolator (2008).
  • DC: 24 breaker Paneltronics distribution panel (2008).
  • Batteries:
    • House: 4 # 27 deep cycle lead acid batteries, 440AH total.
    • Start: Group 27 marine starting battery.
    • Link 10 Battery monitor.
  • Charging:
    • Charles 30A 3 stage battery charger with separate circuits for house and start batteries.
    • 125 amp Amptech alternator (2007) with Balmar ARS-5 regulator (2010).
    • Battery combiner for charging engine battery.
    • Two Kyocera 130 watt solar panels on bimini with Blue Sky Solar Boost 2512i charge controller.
    • Solar can support full normal electrical needs of the boat without running diesel or connecting shorepower.
  • Chrome ABI lighting fixtures throughout, most with LED bulbs.
  • Mast rewired 2020 including new tricolor, masthead anchor light, steaming light, deck light and wind instrument wiring.
  • LED navigation lights and anchoring lights.

Electronics

  • Garmin 741xs MFD chartplotter at helm (2016). Communicates with Ipad at navigation station.
  • Garmin 18 HD radome on stern post (2016).
  • Raymarine ST60 depth, speed, wind instruments in teak pod above companionway. (Wind transducer rebuilt in 2011, rewired 2020.)
  • Simrad below decks hydraulic autopilot. Ram rebuilt (2015). New AP24 control, AC42 core pack, RC42 compass and RF300 rudder feedback (2016).
  • Icom M504A VHF with DSC at the nav station, CommandMic III at the helm.
  • Hailer/automatic fog horn on the radar pole.
  • Entertainment:
    • Clarion stereo AM/FM/CD player with remote control in cockpit and auxiliary ipod or iphone input.
    • KLH speakers in the cabin and Poly-planar cockpit speakers.
    • Kenwood amplifier and 2 subwoofers under nav station.
    • Sirius XM satellite radio dock.
    • 19" flat screen TV in custom cabinet with DVD player.
  • Tank gauges for water and holding tanks.

Plumbing

  • Most plumbing was replaced (2005-2006) with PEX pressure water system and new sanitation lines.
  • Par Max 4 pressure water pump with accumulator tank.
  • 12 gallon water heater with tempering valve, heated by engine or shore power.
  • Hot/Cold faucets in head, galley and cockpit; handheld shower for cockpit or head.
  • Foot pump at galley with choice of fresh or sea water.
  • Charcoal filter on galley cold faucet for good-tasting drinking water.
  • Anchor washdown pump with quick connect at bow.
  • Original water tanks (90 gallons total); 18 gallon holding tank (2004).
  • Jabsco macerator pump for offshore discharge of holding tank (2013).
  • Main bilge pump: remote diaphragm pump.
  • Aux bilge pump: Johnson 4000 gph (2016).
  • Whale/Henderson manual bilge pump at helm, rebuilt (2006).

Main cabin

  • Woodwork finished in the “Hinckley” style with varnished handholds and trim and rubbed oil flatwork.
  • PVC beadboard ceiling with insulation to cabin top and oiled teak battens.
  • The hull and cabin top are insulated for coolness/warmth and reduced condensation.
  • New Bomar SS ports with white laminate against the cabin sides, insulated.
  • L-shaped settee to port.
  • Teak lockers and shelf space behind the settee.
  • Conventional starboard settee slides out for additional sleeping width.
  • Pilot berth above starboard settee doubles nicely as storage space.
  • Locker doors have push latches for positive closure and no “finger-breakers”.
  • All sliding door tracks replaced with nylon-lined aluminum tracks.
  • Hella fans (4) installed (2013).
  • Numerous custom touches throughout.

Galley

  • The galley was totally disassembled and rebuilt (2012).
  • Corian countertops and double SS undermount sink.
  • New faucet with pull out head.
  • Refrigerator/freezer:
    • Frigaboat keel cooler, spill over system with digital thermostats for freezer and fridge.
    • Large refer box rebuilt and refinished, enhanced insulation, large freezer.
    • Can be left on, maintained by solar panels.
  • Force 10 three burner propane range (2007).
  • New Trident Marine propane controls (2020) with 2 6# tanks in custom locker under helm seat.
  • Microwave oven (can run off inverter).
  • Recessed LED lighting.
  • Custom shelving / storage under sink, automatic lights.
  • Custom knife rack and cutlery storage.

Navigation station

  • Large nav desk with varnish finish.
  • Custom cabinetry, raised to allow for more electrical panel, radios, trays for storage.
  • Bulkhead compass.
  • Custom ipad holder used as a repeater for helm chartplotter and radar.
  • Custom nav light panel, AC voltmeter, 12 volt outlets.

Salon

  • Customized fold up table with wine/liquor storage behind. A vast improvement over the original “slide up” Tartan arrangement.
  • New cabin cushions (2012).
  • Starboard settee modified for storage and easier sliding out for dining.
  • Shelves in port settee locker for optimal storage.
  • Wine locker under nav station holds about 30 bottles.

Forward cabin

  • Double bunk with 4" foam cushions.
  • ABI gooseneck reading lights with LED bulbs.
  • Cedar lined lockers, shelves added on port side.
  • Private access to head.
  • Separate door closes forward cabin.
  • 2 opening ports.
  • Overhead hatch.

Quarter Berth

  • Large single or tight double berth.
  • Opening portlight to cockpit.
  • Reading light.
  • Hella fan.
  • Fishing pole storage.

Head

  • Raritan PH-II compact head (2012).
  • Handheld shower and curtain.
  • Corian counter with SS undermount bowl and new faucet.
  • Medicine cabinet custom angled for easier viewing.
  • Trash receptacle on back of vanity door.
  • Teak floor grate.

Dimensions

LOA 37'3" LWL 28'6' Beam 11'9" Draft, centerboard up 4'2" Draft, centerboard down 7'9" Displacement 15,500 lbs. Ballast 7,500 lbs. Fuel 53 gal. Water 90 gal. Waste 19 gal. Ballast/Displacement 48% Sail Area/Displacement 16 Displacement/LWL 298 Comfort Ratio 29 Capsize Screening Formula 1.9 Designer Sparkman & Stephens

Extras

  • All manuals filed and organized.
  • Life jackets, CG emergency equipment, fire extinguishers, etc.
  • Jack lines.
  • Dock lines.
  • Fleece covered fenders (3).
  • Side boarding ladder.
  • Strap down system on foredeck for dinghy.
  • Lots of extra lines, spare parts, filters, etc.

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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Presented For Sale By:

Annapolis Sailyard

326 First Street
Suite 405
Annapolis, MD, 21403
United States
410-941-3311

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United States
410-941-3311

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