1986 Tartan 34

$45 900

1986 Tartan 34

Name: Sleekit
Length
34
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

Your Day on the Water just got better!

“Sleekit” offers classic cruising comfort with a performance hull and rig combination by Sparkman & Stephens that can be sailed solo or shorthanded.  She has a distinct look that will turn heads when she enters a harbor and cause you to pause on your trip to shore.

Tartan sailboats are known for their solid, high quality construction.  The interior is oiled teak with white overhead, eight opening ports, fore & main cabin deck hatches and a teak and holly cabin sole.  “Sleekit” has the classic warmth and appeal of a true yacht.

The forward cabin qualifies as the owner’s stateroom with a large hanging locker, port & starboard shelf space, two swivel lights, large foredeck hatch, and articulated door for privacy.  A seat cushion comes up to bridge the area between the 6’04” berths, making one large continuous double berth when desired.

The head is to port with a manual head & holding tank, molded sink and counter top, pressure hot & cold water, mirror, handheld shower, teak shower grate, and independent shower sump pump, linen locker, and opening port w/screen.

The salon’s starboard settee makes a comfortable single berth with storage behind and outboard.  The port settee also has storage behind and outboard and can serve as double berth.  The dinette table folds up against the forward bulkhead.  There is a double quarter berth to port.  Good light and ventilation are provided by both reading and dome lights, courtesy lights, multiple opening ports w/screens, deck hatches, and the companionway.  The interior grab rails make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.

The C-shaped galley to starboard has storage galore, stainless steel sink near center line with a cold water foot pump, hot and cold pressure water with a 10 gallon, 110v AC/engine heated hot water heater (2012), a large, insulated ice box, and a gimbaled, three burner Gas Systems CNG stove with oven.

The forward facing navigation station is to port at the front of the quarter berth with a 30”X42” chart table.

There are additional storage drawers under and cabinet outboard.

  • Autohelm ST6002 auto pilot (2011)
  • 5” Ritchie SP-5 steering compass on pedestal (2016)
  • Datamarine depth
  • Datamarine speed
  • Datamarine wind
  • Uniden VHF marine radio
  • Garmin handheld GPS 12
  • Windex
  • Inclinometer
  • 2 Batteries beneath navigator seat
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Battery charger (2017)
  • 55 amp alternator
  • 50’ 30 amp shore power cord
  • 12 volt DC electronic panel w/battery tester
  • 110 volt AC panel w/circuit breakers
  • Lightning grounded
  • Anchor roller
  • “CQR” style anchor w/chain to nylon rode
  • Bow pulpit and stern rail
  • Stainless steel double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates
  • Four mooring cleats & 2 midship cleats
  • Two Dorade vent cowls
  • Four fenders
  • Six Dock lines
  • Flares, bell, horn, 2 fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • 6 Adult PFDs
  • Stern rail mounted Lifesling in soft white case
  • Starboard flag halyard
  • Nav lights – Port and starboard running lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility.  Stern light is mounted up on the stern rail.  The steaming light/deck light is on the front of the mast
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Boat hook
  • Boarding ladder
  • Slotted toe rail

Cruise equipped and very easy to single hand

Standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire

Harken roller furling jib

Lazy jacks & mast track system (2011)

Manual boom vang

Inboard and outboard genoa tracks

Sails

North Sails 7.8 oz Dacron main sail w/2 reef points (1999)

North Sails 6.7 oz Dacron roller furling 150% Genoa (2004)

North Sails Nylon gennaker

Sail area:  536 sq. ft.

White painted aluminum mast with double spreaders is keel stepped

Lewmar cabin top mainsheet traveler

2 Lewmar #43 self-tailing two speed primary winches

1 Lewmar #30 self-tailing two speed port cabin top winch w/dual rope clutches

1 Lewmar #30 self-tailing single speed starboard cabin top winch w/dual rope clutches (2016)

2 Locking winch handles

  • Manual bilge pump (2019)
  • Automatic bilge pump (2019)
  • Engine throttle, shift lever and wheel brake are on the steering pedestal
  • Engine emergency alarm
  • Engine emergency stop
  • Fresh water cooling
  • Primary and secondary fuel filters
  • Diesel fuel and CNG shut off valves
  • CNG tank is in starboard cockpit locker
  • The manual head discharges to a holding tank.  The overboard discharge has been rendered inoperable
  • Leather covered 32” Edson stainless steel steering wheel – manual cable and quadrant steering
  • Emergency tiller
  • 2 Blade bronze 16” fixed prop on 1” stainless steel shaft
  • Raw water strainer
  • Proper bronze & stainless steel ball valve seacocks
  • Cradle
  • Tartan and other operating manuals

This two owner, freshwater boat has always been stored at and meticulously maintained by Larsen Marine, its original new boat dealer, to the highest standards since first commissioned.  Exclusively day sailed on weekends. The boat spends the seven month off season enclosed in shrink wrap with the mast and roller furling system on custom racks inside the spar shed.

1990

Installed autopilot

1991

Replaced electric bilge pump

Engine shaft re-machined and aligned to engine

1992

Transmission repaired

1993

New North Sails Dacron 150% genoa

External engine shutoff moved to rear lazarette

1996

Hot water heater repaired

Engine throttle repaired

1997

Water tank gauge replaced

1998

Marine head seals replaced

Original engine shaft replaced

1999

New North Sails Dacron mainsail

Thru-hull fittings inspected & serviced

2004

New North Sails Dacron rolling furling 150% genoa w/UV protective panels

Water system serviced

2005

Steel plate fabricated for base of mast to improve securing mast to mast step

2006

Manual bilge pump replaced

2008

Water system serviced

2009

Engine ignition system repaired

Electric bilge pump serviced

Keel and keel pad professionally repaired by Larsen Marine

Keel bolts realigned, keel reinstalled & hull faired

2011

Port & starboard side deck coring replaced & deck refinished

New lazy jack & mast track system installed

Running rigging replaced

Autopilot replaced w/new unit

2012

Hot water heater replaced

Water pressure pump replaced

2013

Winches stripped and serviced

Manual bilge pump serviced

2014

Engine throttle cable replaced

Rudder bearings replaced

Scupper hoses replaced

2015

Engine transmission & motor mounts replaced

2016

Water pressure pump motor replaced

Genoa & roller furling lines replaced

Steering pedestal compass rebuilt

Main halyard replaced

Original rope clutches replaced with new Lewmar clutches

New self-tailing Lewmar main halyard winch installed

2017

Marino vent cowls replaced

Engine raw water impeller replaced

Engine exhaust mixing bowl replaced

Alternator belt replaced

Marine battery charging system replaced

Stuffing box repacked

2019

Manual bilge pump replaced

Main sail cover, mainsail & genoa repaired

Autopilot cable replaced

Automatic bilge pump system reconfigured & new pump installed

Engine raw water intake hose replaced

Replaced top lifelines

Tartan yachts are known to be sensible but elegant, modern yet enduring.  Their beautiful teak interiors are matched to a strong, performance hull.  This could serve you well as your family fast cruiser or more.

Personal belongings and tools.

Contact Information

  • 520 S WATER ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53204
  • 262-498-2969
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday: By Appt
Ed Jirsa Cpyb
Ed Jirsa
262-498-2969

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