The Tartan 4100 offers an extremely well appointed, roomy, well proportioned vessel with outstanding sailing characteristics. This particular 4100 was built for a long time Tartan owner and is very nicely outfitted from her Carbon Fiber mast, complete canvas package, Raymarine electronics package and varnished exterior teak to her beautiful cherry interior woodwork and interior decor.
If you are in the market for a late model Tartan 4100, this boat should be on your short list.
3-2014 Price Reduction - Now asking $335,000
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Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Architecte: Tim Jackett
Garantie: 15 ans
Forme de la coque: Monocoque
Marque moteur: Volvo
Année de construction: 2008
Modèle moteur: D2-55
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Nombre d'heures: 776
Hélice: Hélice pliante
Type de transmission: Sail-drive
Puissance moteur: 55 HP
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: 2 (100 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: 1 (50 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: 1 (24 Gallons)
The Tartan 4100 offers a very roomy interior with an open layout. She has an extremely large aft cabin to port with an athwartships queen berth. The aft cabin features a hanging locker, drawers and lockers as well as access to the large head from the aft cabin.
Moving forward from the aft cabin is the L shaped galley to port. The galley is large and has double SS sinks, enormous refrigeration space and plenty of storage. To starboard and opposite the galley is the dedicated forward facing nav station.
Midships offers port (u-shaped) and starboard (straight) settees with a beautiful cherry drop leaf table in between that easily accomodates 6 adults.
Forward is the comfortable v-berth with hanging locker, drawers and plenty of storage.
Sails & Rigging
I : 57.00 ft J : 15.00 ft P : 50.75 ft E : 18.00 ft
Novis Composites Carbon Fiber Mast
Charleston Spar aluminum boom
Forespar hard boomvang
Harken adjustable genoa cars
Harken Chrome winches - Harken 53 Primaries, Harken 40 on port cabin top & Harken 40 Electric on Starboard cabin top
Harken roller furling
Lazyjacks on mainsail
Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
Doyle full battened mainsail with stackpack
Doyle 135% roller furling jib
Cruising spinnaker with snuffer sock
IANNA III is equipped with mostly Raymarine electronics:
Raymarine E80 radar chartplotter in navpod at the helm
Raymarine 4kw radar dome on mast
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
Raymarine ST60 knotmeter over companionway
Raymarine ST60 depthfinder over companionway
Raymarine ST60 wind instrument over companionway
Icom IC-422 VHF radio in nav station
Sony AM/FM/CD/AUX stereo with Bose speakers in salon & cockpit
12 volt house system
110 volt shore power system
Blue Seas electrical panel with breakers & indicator lights
Xantrex Inverter Charger
Electric bilge pump
Halogen lighting throughout with dimmer switches
Adler Barbour 12v refrigeration
Wheel & pedestal cover
All canvas is navy blue
Chrome Dorade vents
Varnished exterior teak
Lewmar electric anchor windlass
Fans in all cabins
Fuel & water guages at nav station
Teak cockpit table
Elkhide covered steering wheel
Outboard motor mount on sternrail
2 propane bottles
3 Blade folding prop on sail drive
Docklines & fenders with fleece covers
Anchor, chain & rode
Lifejackets, flares, horn, etc.
SS barbeque grill on stern rail
Manufacturer Provided Description
Some cruising boats are at their best in the dealer's parking lot. Not the Tartan 4100, which is at her best either romping into a stiff sou'wester or anchored sedately in your favorite harbor. In either situation you'll appreciate the mobility of the T-shaped cockpit, the clear visibility afforded from behind the 44-inch wheel, and the fact that the hefty Harken 53 self-tailing chrome primary winches are located within reach of the helm. Wide, flat sidedecks, effective nonskid surfacing, and extra-high 27-inch lifelines make working on deck safe. And traditionalists won't be disappointed with the 4100's on-deck detailing; solid teak toerails and stern taffrail, a polished stainless-steel stemhead fitting, and special mooring chocks with built-in rollers are as functional as they are beautiful. The Tartan 4100 turns 41 feet into the ultimate getaway space. The master stateroom features a queen-size berth with hanging locker, shelves, clothes stowage, and in-suite head with shower. The salon, with a varnished drop-leaf centerline dinette table that can handle eight guests for dinner or drinks, has a built-in entertainment center. The L-shaped galley features a top- and front-loading icebox, dual 9-inch-deep stainless-steel sinks, and a 3-burner gimbaled stove with oven and broiler.
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.