Rare design in BC. Well equipped for cruising on the coast. Full bottom painting Aug. '17 Recently price reduction to 22,500 CAD
(approx. 18K U.S. but try our U.S. offer!)
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 1/5
- Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
28' 3" (8.61m)
23' 0" (7.01m)
4' 11" (1.50m)
9' 9" (2.97m)
28' 0" (8.53m)
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Fin & Spade
Standard layout for a boat it's size with double berth in the forepeak. Settee lounge to starboard to make down to a double and a quarter berth giving sleeping with five. Folding table on the main bulkhead that drops down for dinner seating of four. All opening ports w/bug screens. Upholstery is in good condition and the rest of the boat is good condition and clean.
Manual head & holding tank. Cold pressure water.
2 burner CNG stove w/bottom grill. Sink with cold pressure water
Two 12 volt batteries in plastic boxes w/holdowns
Automatic battery charger w/gauge
12 volt lighting throughout
Stereo w/cockpit speakers
2 electric bilge pumps w/float switches
Raymarine ST 60 combo w/wind,speed, depth instruments
Garmin GPSmap 162 chartplotter w/folding bracket at the companionway
Solid fiberglass with end grain balsa coring in the topside in great condition. Hull soda blasted in 2010 to bare with no blisters. Keel as well to bare metal and treated/painted properly. All components from the bottom to the deck are in great condition.
Tartan Yachts are considered very good quality and wear well. This boat is in great condition for it's age plus well equipped. Full survey in 2010 for the now seller. Full bottom painting Aug. '17.
High quality vessel in great condition for it's age and well equipped. Very rare boat for the west coast of Canada. Full buyer's survey in 2010 with no real issues. Long time well known racer bought it for cruising but the family isn't interested so make us a offer!
With the U.S./Canada dollar exchange a great value for a U.S. buyer.
Safety & Fire Protection
S/S boarding ladder
Canadian Coast Guard safety requirements per WVYC inspection