2015 Tartan 101

  • 33
  • Tartan
  • Hampton, VA, US

Yacht price: $134,500

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Call us at 410-206-2755
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Overview

The Tartan 101 -- Best in class performance, accommodation, and cockpit comfort!   This award-winning design is a great racer, daysailer, or family performance cruiser.

The 101 was awarded Domestic Boat of the Year and Best Performance Cruiser in Cruising World’s 2013 Boat of the Year awards.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Epoxy hull construction
  • White hull and deck
  • Red boot and cove stripes
  • Double spreader carbon mast
  • Rod rigging
  • Retractable carbon bowsprit
  • Carbon composite tiller steering
  • Carbon rudder stock
  • High tech running rigging 
  • North Sails 
  • Raymarine instruments

The Tartan 101 is fast, fun, and functional! This lovingly maintained example is a great choice and shows quite nicely. She is well-equipped and ready for club racing or family performance cruising now...  Call today and schedule a time for a closer look while she’s still available- be ready for Spring!  

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Tartan
Model:
101
Year:
2015
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Hampton, VA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
1
Vessel Name:
VIRGINIA HITCH III
Boat Type:
Racers
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Designer:
Tom McNeil/ Tim Jackett

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
33 ft - 10.06 meter
Beam:
0 ft - 0 meter
Draft - max:
6 ft 6 in - 1.98 meter
Bridge Clearance:
54.5 ft

Engine

Engine(s):
1
Drive Type:
Sail
Horsepower:
(Individual), 18 (combined)

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
20 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
30 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
20 Gallon(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
1
Total Berths:
-
Total Heads:
1

Gallery

Descriptions

Accommodations

Forward cabin: 72” x 72” V-berth with lots of storage beneath the bunk and an open cubby at the bow. Hanging locker and two cubbies with nightstand top on port. Round hatch overhead and two strip LED lights. Head door doubles as the cabin door for privacy.

Head: The head is located on starboard forward of the salon. The manual head is to the right as you enter. To the left is a molded cabinet and countertop with an integral molded sink. There is a locker beneath the sink and a sliding mirrored door medicine cabinet with shelves above the sink and head. There is a small, fixed housetop light and a strip LED light.

Saloon:  The salon is white with cherry trim and has a solid teak cabin sole. There are opposing settees, each with padded backrests that can be relocated to provide lee boards. The port berth is 6’1” and the starboard is 6’4” long. Above each settee are shelves with custom fiddles. Lighting is provided by four housetop fixed lights, four overhead LED lights and two LED strip lights.

Nav station: The nav is forward facing on starboard at the base of the companionway. There is a cherry nav top with storage below and three drawers beneath that. Electrical and electronics components are mounted outboard on a hinged panel for easy service. There is a overhead LED light for this space.

Galley: The galley is L-shaped and on port at the base of the companionway. The single sink is oriented facing forward and towards centerline, with a locker beneath it. Outboard from that is the top accessed ice box, with 12v. Isotherm refrigeration. Aft of that along the hull is a gimballed, two-burner stove, with a cubby space beneath it and double doored shelving space above. There is a fixed housetop light, an LED overhead light and an opening port. 

Aft quarter berths:  The identical aft berths are 6’8” long; each with storage beneath them, and opening port and a strip LED light. Transom access and storage is at the foot of each space.

  • White overhead liner with cherry accent strips in salon
  • Laminate interior bulkheads
  • Cherry cabinetry trim 
  • Removable solid teak cabin sole
  • Cabin sole removed, stripped to bare teak, refinished with 3 coats of clear West System, 2 coats gloss and one coat of satin varnish
  • Complete interior paint out for enhanced cosmetics and to seal interior laminate surfaces
Galley
  • “Slate” laminate countertop with cherry fiddles
  • Deep polished stainless steel sink
  • Single lever stainless steel water mixer
  • Top access 4” insulated icebox
  • Isotherm 12v. refrigeration
  • Dometic two burner gimballed stove with pot clamps
Head
  • Molded countertop with integral sink
  • Single lever hot and cold pressure water
  • Raritan PHII manual head
  • 20-gallon plastic holding tank
  • Y-valve for overboard discharge
Water Systems
  • 30-gallon plastic freshwater tank
  • 6-gallon hot water heater
  • Shurflo freshwater pump 
  • Forespar Marelon 90-degree throw, corrosion free flush thru hull fittings
  • Rule 700 electric bilge pump
  • Rule Plus high-water alarm
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Hull and Deck
  • Epoxy modified vinyl ester hull laminate produces a strength to weight ratio not attainable in any production polyester laminates
  • Epoxy modified vinyl ester’s superior adhesive strength reduces overall hull weight while increasing strength producing a faster and safer yacht
  • NPG Isothalic gelcoat for superior gloss retention
  • Synthetic foam hull coring, provides lightweight structure, stiffness, sound and thermal insulation and superior impact resistance
  • Hull is resin infused under vacuum and the structure is laminated in “one shot” thus does not rely on secondary bonding of structural materials
  • Keel design features low center of gravity (CG) bulb design to provide exceptional performance, stability and sail carrying ability
  • Keel is through-bolted to hull with cast in place stainless steel bolts. Quantity and size exceed ABS standard for offshore use
  • Keel bolts inspected and re-torqued Spring of ‘23 
  • Custom molded carbon fiber rudder post
  • Elliptical, high performance foam cored rudder blade with unidirectional E-glass skins
  • High lift, low drag rudder design for maximum performance and control
  • High-density, low-friction rudder bearings
  • Custom molded carbon fiber tiller with tiller extension
  • Interlux Fiberglass Bottomkote hard antifouling paint
  • Carbon bowsprit
  • White hull
  • Red boot and cove stripes
  • Fortress FX-16 anchor with chain and rode
  • White deck
  • Stainless steel bow and stern rails
  • Double stainless steel wire lifelines
  • Port and starboard opening lifelines
  • Double lifelines at transom
  • Stainless steel grab rails
  • Folding/ removable stainless steel helmsman foot braces 
  • Opening port lights in aft cabins
  • Ballast to displacement ratio: 41%
Sails and Rigging

RIGGING

  • Carbon fiber mast
  • Double tapered airfoil swept spreaders
  • Rod rigging
  • Selden aluminum boom
  • Selden Rodkicker boom vang
  • Block added to boom vang for 12:1 purchase
  • Carbon fiber retractable bow sprit
  • Custom carbon fiber spinnaker pole
  • Harken Genoa tracks with adjustable cars
  • Adjustable genoa track taglines led to cockpit
  • Forward lead blocks for spin sheets mid ships
  • Harken deck organizer blocks
  • Harken mainsheet track and car
  • Harken 46.2 STA self-tailing two speed primary winches (2)
  • Harken 35.2 STA self-tailing two speed housetop winches (2)
  • Spinlock line clutches (7)
  • Spinlock single cam cleats (2)
  • Second spin halyard led aft 
  • Jib in-hauler system
  • Added block to mainsheet traveler for 4:1 purchase
  • Block added to backstay for 48:1 purchase
  • Halyard and pole lines replaced (’21)
  • Harken Carbo One-Touch winch handles (2)
  • Line tail bags for control lines (2)

SAILS

  • North 3DL AP #1 jib (’15)
  • North Dacron racing main w/one reef (’15)
  • North A2 asymmetrical red spinnaker (’15)
  • North A1 asymmetrical blue spinnaker (’20) 
  • North 3di heavy jib (max 30 knots) with cloth snaps (’21)
  • North 3di Endurance main with one reef, leach tension runs down the luff to cleat at the tack, covered w/grey taffeta (’22)
  • Sail area: 671 sq ft (62.3 sq m)
  • I: 44’ 9” (13.64 m)
  • J: 12’ 6” (3.81 m)
  • P: 45’ 0” (13.71 m)
  • E: 14’ 10” (4.52 m)
  • Mainsail area: 399 sq ft (37.06 sq m)
  • 100% Foretriangle: 272 sq ft (25.27 sq m)
Engine and Machinery
  • Volvo D1-20F (S/N 5102371829Y) 18HP fresh water-cooled diesel engine with 383 hours as of 11/1/23
  • Lead lined engine insulation
  • 20-gallon aluminum fuel tank
  • Electric fuel gauge
  • Groco raw water strainer
  • Sea water impeller and fuel filters replaced annually (last 01/23)
  • Engine and sail drive oil replaced annually
  • Antifreeze replaced every two years
  • Heat exchanger removed, cleaned and “O” rings replaced every two years
  • Volvo sail drive
  • Volvo two blade folding bronze propeller
  • Interlux Pacific Plus antifouling on sail drive
  • 10-12 coats of spray zinc on the folding prop 
  • Zincs replaced annually 
  • Single lever throttle control
Electrical
  • 30A 120V shore power connection and cord
  • Blue Sea Systems 120V electrical panel
  • 120V AC receptacles w/GFCI protection
  • Blue Sea Systems 12v panel with battery selector switch 
  • Two 12v electrical panels at nav
  • 30A battery charger
  • Two DC27-HD Flooded Group 27 batteries
  • 12v receptacle at nav
  • Strip LED lighting throughout
  • LED navigation lights
Electronics
  • Raymarine Element 9 S chart plotter (’21)
  • Navionics US and Canada charts (‘21)
  • Raymarine i70 Wind
  • Raymarine i70 Speed
  • Raymarine i70 Depth
  • Airmar triducer
  • Raymarine displays all connected to SeaTalk NG
  • Raymarine compass sensor (’20)
  • Raymarine Ray55 VHF radio
  • Sony CDX 27 AM/FM/CD receiver 
  • Salon speakers
  • Polk Audio outdoor speakers in cockpit
  • MSC vinyl weatherproof speaker covers on cockpit speakers
Other Equipment
  • Dock lines
  • Fenders
  • PFDs
  • USCG safety equipment
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Jim Buoy horseshoe life preserver
  • Clinometer
  • Safe-T-Alert CO2 detector
Manufacturer Details

The 101 hull is designed to maximize overall performance without trending to any extreme, creating a boat that offers exhilarating performance on all points of sail. Her nearly 11 foot beam offers excellent form stability and in conjunction with the 6’6” bulbed lead keel provides the stiffness to support a sail area to displacement ratio of 25.8. With a BPA modified epoxy infused hull and deck, optimized uni-directional e-glass laminates, and synthetic hull coring, the 101 is the stiffest, lightest and strongest hull structure available in her size range amongst production builders.

The 101 features a fractional carbon fiber mast, carbon fiber rudder post and retractable carbon fiber bow sprit. Co-engineered by SP Systems, the world leader in composite engineering and materials technology, the mast section is optimized to the 101 with careful attention paid to minimize weight aloft. The 101’s carbon fiber mast is built using prepreg carbon fiber in aluminum tooling, and autoclave cured at temperatures of up to 250 degrees F and 100 psi. This yields a mast that weighs less than half of a comparable aluminum spar, yet is stronger and stiffer. With swept back spreaders led outboard to the hull sides, the 101 offers an impressive 671 square feet of upwind sail area without the hassle of large overlapping headsails. The retractable carbon fiber bow sprit and masthead asymmetrical spinnakers ensure exhilarating off wind performance while making the sailplan easily manageable when cruising or shorthanded.

Rakish deck designs have undergone a modern update on the 101. A nearly 12’ long cockpit provides plenty of working room for the crew. Molded braces provide secure seating for the driver and main trimmer located well clear of jib trimmers and forward crew. For the first time ever, the 101 features a molded carbon fiber and composite tiller as standard equipment, providing the ultimate feedback and feel to the helmsman. When she is not on the racecourse, the forward end of the cockpit features molded cockpit seats and deep coamings that provide secure, comfortable seating in all conditions.

Below decks, the 101 offers refined luxury in line with her pedigree. Lightweight composite components combined with varnished cherry cabinetry and laminated curved trims provide a spacious and comfortable interior while minimizing weight. Bulkheads are attached to hull, deck and interior components using engineered adhesives and epoxy resins; adding stiffness to the hull structure without adding weight. Accommodations for six are available in the forward double cabin, twin aft quarter berths and main cabin settee. The nav station to starboard accommodates full navigation and electrical instrumentation with a full size chart table as an excellent working surface. The galley to port is fit with a two burner stove, large insulated icebox and deep stainless steel sink. Just forward of the main bulkhead is a large head with lightweight composite construction and molded in sink. Aerospace quality composites, modern construction techniques and careful attention to detail afford the 101 with an interior arrangement that belies her performance capabilities.

Exclusions

Owner’s personal effects and any items not specifically described in this listing

Disclaimer

These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Engine hours are approximate and were recorded at the time and date of the original listing of this vessel.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.

  • 33
  • Tartan
  • Hampton, VA, US

Yacht price: $134,500

For more information

contact Yacht Brokers of Annapolis
[email protected]
Call us at 410-206-2755
Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7608522)
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