Here is an opportunity to own a reputable Tartan 31 designed by Tim Jackett. This carefully designed racer/cruiser features a remarkably slippery shoal draft Scheel keel providing outstanding upwind performance with a shallow draft keel.
Berths for six are provided in the V-berth (2), port pilot and starboard settees (2), and aft quarter berth (2). All cabins are finished with oiled teak wood providing a warm comfortable feel. Nine opening ports and overhead hatches increase light and ventilation. Down the companionway, the chart table is located conveniently to port with the galley opposite. Traditional port and starboard settees are excellent seaberths with storage behind and under. The beautifully crafted dining table conveniently folds away for storage on the main bulkhead when not in use. The hanging locker is cedar lined.
The galley is equipped with a top-loading Adler Barbour refrigerator, a Hillerange two-burner propane stove with oven, and abundant storage. Completing the galley setup is a single stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, freshwater footpump, and plenty of storage in cabinets both above and below the work surface.
A reliable manual marine head is provided along with hot and cold pressure water with a shower. Hot water is supplied electrically by a hot water heater when dockside and via a heat exchanger from the engine when underway. A 12-volt shower sump pump will discharge shower water, helping to keep the bilge clean and odor free. A 16-gallon holding tank may be emptied via a dockside pump out.
The Tartan 31, Temptation, has both 110V AC and 12V DC services. The 110-volt AC shore power (50’ cable included) provides dockside service for hot water, the battery charging system, outlets in the galley, head, and each cabin. The 12-volt DC system has two house bank batteries and a selector switch in the nav station for switching batteries or combining them. The Yanmar diesel has an alternator for charging the 12volt batteries. Both the 110V and 12V service panels are equipped with breaker switches above the nav station.
Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot
Sails and Rigging
Try out the North StakPak mainsail with the Harken lazy jacks and you’ll see how easy it is to control sail fast, efficiently, and with less effort than you may be accustomed to. Reefing is simple and adjustable, and stowing the mainsail couldn’t be quicker. The 135% Genoa has Harken roller furling. All lines and sail controls are handled from the cockpit. Primary winches are self tailing and the mainsheet winch is electric. With the addition of the cruising spinnaker (handled with a dousing sleeve), this boat will handle well on all points of sail. A whisker pole is included.
Galvanized CQR anchor w/chain and rode
Safety Equipment and Accessories
Temptation’s "miscellaneous” list includes SS swim ladders on the rail and transom, boomvang, wheel mounted compass, closed-cell cockpit cushions, port and hatch screens, manual bilge pump, and two electric bilge pumps with float switches. There are nine opening Lewmar ports and two Lewmar overhead hatches providing ample ventilation.
Details on the above vessels are believed to be true and reliable, but cannot be guaranteed.
Offer subject to change, sale, or withdrawal without prior notice.