Tartan 34-2

Cockpit

Grace Note

Tartan 34-2 1985 

HIN TAR34020B585

Listing for 39,900.00 

Tartan 34-2 as one of the BEST all-around Racer Cruisers ever built. Grace Note is a fresh water sailing vessel that has been maintained throughout the years. Its a favorite among Great Lakes sailors and one you must see. 

She has the traditional layout with V-berth forward, Port and Starboard settees and quarter berth, sleeping 5- 6 in comfort.  Maintained to a very high standard this is one of the nicest 34’s I’ve seen come on the market.  The interior beautifully finished in hand-crafted teak.  Check her out, you will not be disappointed.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

 

Dimensions

 

LOA: 34.42 feet

LWL: 28.83 feet

Beam: 10.92 feet

Draft: 4’ 6”

Displacement: 11000 pounds

Bridge Clearance: 48.42 feet

Ballast: 4400 pounds

 

Tankage

 

Fuel: 18 gallons

Water: 57 gallons

Holding: 20 gallons

 

Engine

 

Year: 1985

Type: Inboard

Propeller Type: 2 blade

Maker: Universal

Model: M 30 24 hp

Fuel: Diesel

 

Accommodations

 

The V-berth forward sleeps two featuring an insert for added sleeping area with shelves outboard and a large hanging locker offering abundant storage.  The area is ventilated through a large deck hatch.  Aft and to port is the head with shower. In the main cabin, a single settee is to starboard with storage below and behind.  Across to port, is a settee with a slide out berth giving you a generous sized berth.  A bulkhead mounted double leaf table store’s up and out of the way when not in use, giving the main salon an open and airy feel.  Aft to starboard is the galley with the nav station is across on the port side.  A large double quarter berth finishes out the accommodations. 

 

Galley

 

The galley is at the base of the companionway stairs to port and features a 4 burner CNG stove with oven.  A single SS sink is fitted with H&C pressure water along with a manual foot pump.  There is ample storage outboard behind the Formica countertops. There is also a microwave oven aft of the large and deep icebox.

 

 

Sails and Deck

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.

 

Additional Information

Additional pictures coming soon. 

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Hank Boissoneault - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, OH

Email: hank@rcryachts.com

Phone: 419-202-0201

For Hank Boissoneault, Sailing is truly a family affair. Introduced to sailing by big brother Bryan, sailing has become a family hobby since 1970. Growing up in Sandusky, Ohio The Interlake was the natural choice for the racing sailor designed by Francis Sweisguth in 1932.  The boat design was commissioned by the Sandusky Sailing Club and is home to Fleet #1. Hank served as class president, class champion and has participated in Interlake events since the late 1970’s.  

 Hank also participated in the ILYA junior regatta circuit and once competed in the Bemis regatta for Lasers in San Francisco Bay. Moving on to college, Hank competed on the college circuit sailing for the University of Toledo. Through the years sailing has become the basis to many of my personal friends and associates to this day. 

"The opportunity to work for RCR and its talented staff is something I appreciate the most. RCR's excellent reputation and knowledge of the business makes selling boats a fun and enjoyable experience."