The Tartan 3500 is considered an ideal size for a family cruising boat with her open interior layout, wide side decks and of course, her outstanding performance. It is very well equipped for cruising with refrigeration, electric swim platform and very comfortable accommodations below decks. The 13 opening ports and 2 large deck hatches offer plenty of air when at the dock or at anchor. A perfectly designed 35' performance cruiser from Tartan.
This Tartan 3500 utilized the foam core with an epoxy hull, it was the first 3500 model year to use the epoxy resin hull.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Tim Jackett
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 9 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 12100 lbs
Ballast: 4900 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 11400 lbs
Number of single berths: 6
Number of heads: 1
Beautiful open layout throughout. The main salon and galley are an exceptional design for entertaining friends and family. The owners cabin is forward with a large v-berth, drawers and hanging locker. Aft of the v-berth is the main salon with starboard settee that sleeps one and port side another single berth with a fixed drop leaf centerline table and teak and holly cabin sole. Aft port is the head area with seperate stall shower and directly across is the galley. Aft of the galley is the aft facing chart table and 2nd. double berth cabin to port aft of the head.
Ultrasuede fabic in main salon and nav station
(13) stainless steel opening ports
(2) large Hood deck hatches with cherry hinged screens
Opening ports throughout
Reading lights throughout
The galley is "L" shaped with easy access to the main salon or cockpit for serving while under sail or at anchor.
Large refrigeration box w/front opening door and countertop lids.
Force 10 propane (3) burner stove w/oven.
Fresh water foot pump
Ample cabinet and drawer space
Hot and cold pressure water.
SS opening ports for ventilation
Raymarine ST60 wind, depth and Tri-data over companionway
Autohelm 4000 Autopilot
Garmin 840XS Plotter (2016)
VHF radio - Icom 502
Am/FM/CD stereo w/cockpit speakers and cabin speakers
Electrical & Mechanical
Heart Freedon 10 inverter/charger
(2) GP27 house batteries
(1) GP 27 engine start battery
AC/DC electrical panel at Nav
110 volt 30 amp AC inlet w/cord
Yanmar 30GM30 27 hp engine
Single throttle/shifter control at helm
PSI dripless shaft seal
3 Blade Max Prop
Prewire for windlass
Deck and Rigging
Electric swim platform in transom
35 lb anchor
Teak toe rails
Bimini and dodger
Sheet stoppers on cabin top
Harken headsail furler
(4) Harken self tailing winches
Halyards running aft to cockpit
Aluminum spar keel stepped
Solid Boom Vang
Manufacturer Provided Description
Designed to be a well-mannered, firm and able sailing vessel, the Tartan 3500 delivers performance. Her moderate beam and powerful ends, linked with either the deep fin or the optional beavertail keel provide excellent stability and sail-carrying ability. The long waterline and strong rig offer fast passages and a competitive edge, while the contoured cockpit seats, wide coamings and pedestal steering ensure a skipper's comfort both at sea and dockside. Her frame has been well-engineered and constructed to save weight, yet remain sound. The hull is a balsa-cored sandwich structure with a vinylester barrier coat between NPG-ISO gelcoat and the hand-laid laminate. A cored deck and a bond-in-place grid structure produce a strength-to-weight ratio that makes her a high-performance, medium-displacement cruiser-racer. The pattern non-skid of her deck maximizes safety, comfort and function. Logical in layout, she has two-foot-wide side decks and inboard shrouds that afford easy passage both fore and aft, plus allow optimum sheeting angles for efficient upwind sailing. Mounted through solid glass and aluminum backing plates, her quality equipment is strategically placed for either cruising or racing pleasure. Leading all lines aft to a cockpit that is quite manageable by one, she features a low-stretch genoa and main halyard, Dacron genoa and main sheets, traveler tagline and reef lines. Down below, she is fully fitted for cruising comfort with good stowage and generous accommodations. Her interior is highlighted by Tartan's trademark teak joinery and hand-rubbed oil finish while being suitably complemented by the pleasing aesthetics of her fine fabric selections. The voluminous curves coupled with the clever use of angular bulkheads enable her nav station to be tucked aft while providing plenty of room to stand and move about.
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.