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Price: $39,000
Brand: Tartan
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1989
Length: 31 ft.
Location: Vermillion, Ohio
Name: Spirit of 76


Aft Cabin double berth, Port and Starboard Settee’s, spacious forward double berth cabin.
A fantastic family cruiser/club racer and an easy boat to single-hand. A good example of this durable boat. "Practical Sailor" says of the 31, "Tartan has a reputation for solid construction and good workmanship and that's what the 31 is: solid and well put together."
The Tartan 31 was the 1990 “Boat-of-the-Year!” Spirit of 76 is a one owner.

LOA: 31' LWL: 26' Beam: 10'11"
Displacement: 9,030lbs.
Draft: 4'4” Shoal Keel
Ballast: 3,900lbs.

Engine(s): Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 20 Engine Model: M3-20

Fuel: 18gal.
Water: 40gal.
Holding: 16 gal.


The interior was designed with offshore sailing in mind yet appears very contemporary in style. Angled bulkheads and cabin furniture in hand-rubbed teak provide openness and a luxurious look without omitting any necessary features.
The forward stateroom provides a double berth to port and a seat, bureau and full hanging locker to starboard. The enclosed head includes marine toilet, sink, and shower.
In the main cabin, hand-rubbed teak with a bulkhead-mounted table hinges down between facing settees. Both settees have locker and book shelves w an entertainment center to Starboard.
The galley, shaped in a shallow-U for security in a seaway, wraps an area to starboard at the foot of the companionway with a large, easily accessible, and well-insulated icebox, standard 2-burner gimbaled CNG stove (with oven), storage trap and deep stainless sink. Outboard and aft is teak-louvered cabinets and storage drawers.
To port is a large navigation station with drawers, lockers and other cabinetry for instrumentation, equipment and charts. The heart table hinges up to provide access aft to a 5-foot wide double quarter berth, 6'4" in length and E-80 monitor.
Interior cabinetry and trim is hand-oiled teak. Ventilation, always an important Tartan consideration, is provided in the T-31 through 8 aluminum-framed opening portlights, 2 overhead hatches and 2 SS Dorades. Two Caframo Sirocco II. Mounted Fan. Fans are in the main cabin & one in the forward cabin.

  • 2-burner gimballed CNG stove, 
  • hot/cold pressurized water system, 
  • deep SS Sink.

  • Four instrument pod at helm ( Data Marine Speed, Depth, Rudder Angle, & Apparent Wind)
  • Autohelm ST60 Autopilot, Ritchie compass
  • Thru deck radar tower In aft starboard including: E-80 radar. GPS, Anchor light, Cockpit spotlight)
  • Also, GPS on rail
  • Uniden VHF at nav station
  • Stereo speakers in Cockpit and a speaker in the entertainment center

  • Shore power cord
  • Battery Charger


  • Danforth anchor with chain and rode, second 35# CQR .
  • Primary Barient 45’s ST 2-sp winches, Barient 33 ST 2-sp cabintop, main sheet winch, additional Barient 18 cabintop winch. ISOMAT double spreader mast and boom.
  • New teak handrails on cabin top.
  • North mainsail with full battens +2 long battens 
  • 155 genoa
  • Harken roller furling 
  • North  Gennaker  w Sock
  • Mainsail Sail Cover
  •  Lazy Jacks
  • boom vang
  • All lines led aft to cockpit
  • Manual Bilge Pump
  • Cockpit Table
  • Horseshoe Buoy
  • Dock Lines and Fenders


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.

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio


Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.