1969 Tartan 37' (11.28 m) Hood Classic
North Kingstown, Rhode Island, United States
1969 Tartan Hood Classic
- Fiberglass Hull
Owner looking for offers! 1969, Original Ted Hood designed Tartan 37 Classic, hull number 19, fully restored & upgraded (all new systems, e.g. plumbing and electrical, etc. Westerbeke 35 with 305 original hrs. Full keel, re-designed main cabin, roller furling, new headsail, roll-up inflatable & lightly used Yamaha 2.5, tiller steering. Great sailing and cruising vessel, sleeps 4. Classic lines, well maintained. For full details description, photos & inventory click on Full Specifications below. Call to see her in Sales tax free Rhode Island today.
In Stock: Yes
LOA: 37' 0'' (11.28 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 6''
LWL: 25' 6''
Draft Max: 5' 1''
Double Berths: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Fresh Water: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)
Holding Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Dry Weight: 14600
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- Engine Make: Westerbeke
- Engine Model: 35B Spec JS
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Power HP: 32.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 305.00
Starting forward there is the chain locker, the V-berth with storage drawers and cabinets underneath, the head is next aft to port and to starboard is hanging locker and storage. Next aft is the convertible dinette to port and the navigation station to starboard, furthest aft is the galley to port and the bar, ice box, storage and electrical panels to starboard.
Galley and Head;
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
Seaward Hillerange 3 burner, gimballed, CNG stove with oven
Extra large Ice box
Electric flush head
Separate water system for fresh water flush
Vanity with hot and cold pressure water
Shower sump pump
Electronics and Navigation;
Icom IC-M422 VHF radio
Garmin GPSmap 545S
Kenyon knot meter
Sony CDX-M10 AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA stereo system
Plastimo compass at the nav station
12vdc and 120vac panels
2 Blue Seas digital battery monitors
Blue Seas 7601 automatic charging relay
West Marine 500 watt inverter
Solar panel battery charging
Hull and Deck;
45 lb. CQR primary anchor on roller with chain and rode
Lofrans Royal manual windlass
Danforth secondary anchor
Bow rail with side stanchions and lifelines, port and starboard gates
Blue sail cover, dodger, bimini and outboard cover
Custom teak cockpit table
Teak fold-able swim/boarding ladder
Roll up inflatable with 2.5 hp Yamaha outboard
Sails and Rigging;
Keel stepped aluminum mast and boom
Stainless wire standing rigging
Furlex roller furling headstay
Mechanical backstay adjuster
2 Barient 26 primaries
2 Barient 16 secondaries
2 Barient 10 cabin top
1 Barient halyard mast mounted
Upgrades and Replacements
Completely re-wired the entire boat, 2012
New engine wire harness, 2017
Blue Sea dual circuit plus battery switch & automatic charging relay, 2017
Batteries 2017 – 2 house, 1 start
New Interior lights – LED
Solar panel, 2016
All new plumbing: fresh water system (pex and compression fittings), 2017
Water heater – 6 gal, 2012
Electric head with fresh water flush tank (13.2 gal.)
New holding tank with level gauge – 20 gal., 2016
New water tank – 25 gal., 2017
Washdown pump and tank (10 gal), 2018
Fresh water pressure pump, 2018
Sump pump & bilge pump systems, 2018
All fuel lines and fuel pump, 2017
Fuel polishing and tank cleaning
Garmin chartplotter and depth finder
New headsail – 135%, 2016
Westerbeke 35B Spec JS deisel engine with 305 hours.
New starter solenoid
Westerbeke spare parts kit
New propeller – 3 blade, 2015
CQR anchor, anchor rode (145 feet) and chain (35 feet)
Life lines, 2013
Running rigging, 2011
Main cabin port lights – new glass
Bottom stripped and barrier coat applied, 2011
2 Marelon cockpit seacocks
Owner's Statement and Overview
This boat had been sitting, uncovered, on the hard for a good number of years when I acquired it. While it needed a lot of work and $ to restore it, I knew that it had good bones and low engine hours. Like many others, the 10 years of restoration (and sailing) was a labor of love. I thought that this would be my last boat and never expected to get back all that I invested in it. 2 years ago I decided to downsize to a 30’. While this has served us well (family of 4) as a coastal cruiser (10 day trips each summer), with its weight and full keel, and upgrading both fuel and water storage, would be a fine bluewater vessel. From the photo of the engine it looks old, due again to sitting uncovered in the boatyard for so long, but the boat was previously owned by a good friend so I know the low hours are accurate. Anyone who knows Westerbekes knows their quality and it has served us very well. The attached description itemizes all of the upgrades. Whoever buys this is going to get a really nice boat at a very good price. As someone commented long ago - “if you walk away from your boat and don’t look back you have the wrong boat” - I still look back.
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