The Tartan 37 Classic was designed by Ted Hood and was reportedly based on his "Robin II," an earlier and well-regarded design, built of wood. Featuring a long full keel with cutaway forefoot and attached rudder, the Tartan 37 Classic was solidly built. She has a pretty sheer, powerful sailplan, and excellent sailing performance. Her traditional interior includes a V berth forward and main cabin with settees and pilot berths port and starboard.
SPRAY is Hull #32, the last Tartan 37 Classic to be built. She has had good ownership and shows it. Her current owner has been conscientious in her maintenance and has upgraded her thoughtfully, including having the hull and deck Awlgripped, engine replaced with Yanmar diesel (2009), newer standing and running rigging, galley upgraded with Corian counter, wiring replaced, exterior teak restored two years ago, self-tailing winches, newer sanitary hoses, interior and nav lights replaced with LED, ports replaced with stainless steel Hood ports, 7" touchscreen Raymarine GPS/radar. The list goes on.
SPRAY shows nicely. She is on the hard and may be easily inspected. Price reduced on 7/16/2018 from $25,000 to $22,500! Two-boat owner says "SELL!"
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps six. Forward cabin with V berth. Enclosed head with shower and vanity next aft to port, hanging lockers opposite to starboard. Main cabin features settees and pilot berths both port and starboard. Fixed table with leaf. Galley is aft to port, nav station/ice box opposite to starboard.
Galley features a Force 10 stainless steel, two-burner propane stove with oven, stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water system, and ice box. Galley was upgraded in 2003 with new Corian counter tops.
12 volt DC and 110 volt dockside AC systems. 12 volt system includes two 12 volt marine batteries, battery selector switch and Bass breaker panel (2000). 110 volt AC dockside system includes shore power receptacle. Guest Charge-Pro battery charger. All of boat's wiring was replaced.
Raymarine 7" touchscreen GPS/plotter/radar/depthsounder (radar antenna in gimballed mount that attaches to backstay), Raymarine ST-4000 autopilot, Raymarine ST-60 knotmeter/log, Raymarine ST-60 depthsounder, Raymarine ST-60 apparent wind speed/direction indicator, Standard Horizon Matrix VHF radio transceiver with ram mike, handheld Garmin GPS, Ritchie bulkhead-mounted compass.
Long full keel with cutaway forefoot and attached rudder. Tiller steering. Awlgripped hull and deck. All ports replaced with stainless steel Hood ports, six of them opening. Two cowl vents, one opening hatch. Stainless steel bow anchor roller. Double lifelines. All exterior teak restored two years ago.
Keel-stepped mast (mast step replaced around 2005). All standing rigging replaced around 2004. All running rigging replaced. Sail inventory includes mainsail with lazyjacks, storm jib, storm trysail, roller-furling genoa, two spinnakers, asymmetric spinnaker. Further info on sail makers, age, condition to follow shortly. Harken roller-furling unit for headsails. Anderson self-tailing genoa sheet winches. Additional winch info to follow shortly. Solid boom vang. Spinnaker pole, spinnaker gear.
Fusion AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth (2016), mainsail cover, spray hood, ground tackle, electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump, assorted fenders and docklines, fire extinguishers, assorted PFD's.
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.
190 Lincoln Street
Hingham, MA 02043