2000 Tartan 3500

  • 35.25
  • Tartan
  • Tracys Landing, MD, US

Yacht price: $124,900

For more information

contact Yacht Brokers of Annapolis
[email protected]
Call us at 410-206-2755
  • Overview
  • Specifications
  • Gallery
  • Descriptions

Overview

First introduced in 1994, the Tartan 3500 is perhaps the perfect family cruising boat designed to maximize comfort and safety without compromising on sailing performance.  

Commissioned in 2001, hull 105 of 140, "Spirit" features excellent performance, surprisingly large accommodations and the quality construction and finish that one expects from Tartan Yachts.  She has had many notable upgrades in recent years to keep her in top shape.  Come see for yourself why this beautiful yacht should be your next boat!

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Tartan
Model:
3500
Year:
2000
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Tracys Landing, MD, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
1
Vessel Name:
Spirit
Boat Type:
Cruisers, Racers, Racers and Cruisers
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Designer:
Tim Jackett

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
35 ft 3 in - 10.74 meter
LOA:
35 ft 3 in - 10.74 meter
Beam:
35 ft 3 in - 10.74 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 10 in - 1.47 meter
Bridge Clearance:
53 ft

Engine

Make:
Yanmar
Model:
3GM30F
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
800
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
27 (Individual), 27 (combined)

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
25 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
72 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
16 Gallon(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
-
Total Heads:
1

Gallery

Descriptions

Recent Upgrades and Improvements

  • Hour meter installed (2013), before that, boat had no hour meter
  • Approximately 826 hours total on engine (126 currently on meter, an estimated 700 hours prior to meter being installed)
  • Keel rebedded and faired with epoxy (2014)
  • Interior head bulkhead on head facing port settee re-veneered with cherry (2015)
  • Teak and holly sole refinished (2019)
  • Gaskets on opening portlights replaced (2016)
  • Bimini and dodger canvas, genoa UV protection leach strip, and mainsail cover replaced (2014)
  • Stringer and subfloor adjacent to mast step replaced and sealed (2018)
  • Standing rigging and lifelines replaced (2018)
  • Halyards replaced (2018)
  • Companionway hatch boards varnished with Bristol finish and weighted canvas cover made for hatch boards (2018)
  • Cockpit cushions replaced (2019)
  • Custom mattresses for aft cabin (2019)
  • Keel soda-blasted, faired and sealed with vinylester, and barrier-coated (2020)
  • New Raymarine Axiom 9 PLUS MFD chartplotter/GPS, helm pod, and Quantum radar installed (2020)
  • Holding tank and waste hoses replaced (2021)
  • Genoa tracks re-bedded (2021)
  • 150% genoa luff tape at furler replaced (2021)
  • Hauled and shrink-wrapped every winter 
  • Engine serviced annually, including replacement impeller
Interior

The 3500 interior was something of a breakthrough, featuring two genuine double cabins built into a hull that actually sailed well. Quite the accomplishment!

Forward, the v-berth has a large double berth with a plush mattress.  Several drawers, fiddled shelves and a large hanging locker to port keep your belongings stowed away and the cabin tidy. The hanging locker to starboard houses the AC unit. The bi-fold door and folding louvered pass-thru window can be opened to provide flow-thru ventilation and to open up the entire cabin space more. Additional ventilation is provided by an overhead hatch, two opening ports and a Hella fan. Four overhead and two brass reading lights provide lots of additional lighting.

The aft cabin has another double berth with a plush custom mattress configured in two pieces that make removing it for under bed access quite easy. A hanging locker with a fiddled shelf above it at the entry to the cabin and a fiddled shelf along the hull side keeps gear stowed. There’s plenty of ventilation, with two ports and a Hella fan to keep the air moving.

In the main cabin, the beamy hull provides a surprising amount of space for a 35' boat. Two straight settees to port and starboard flank a centerline drop leaf table.  The starboard settee will convert to an additional berth if needed. The cherry joinery is well crafted and feels elegant - not like many of the other production boats of this era that went to manufactured wood. The port settee has an aluminum water tank beneath the forward part and storage on the aft, with storage behind the seat backs as well. Above are a pair of louvered door lockers and a fiddled shelf. The starboard settee has the refrigeration unit beneath the “L” portion of the seat and storage the full length beneath it along the hull. There is storage behind this seat as well, a large open shelf space directly above and behind it and two louvered door lockers above (one being for bottle storage) and a fiddled shelf forward.

Chainplates are visible and accessible, which is a underrated feature in a boat.  There is excellent ventilation is provided by two Hood overhead deck hatches and 10 stainless steel Hood portlights. The settees have contoured cushions that are quite nice to sit on and the cabin sole is teak with inlaid holly and shines like new.

The single head to port has a molded liner for easy wipe down cleaning. A separate shower area has a Plexiglas door to keep the rest of the head dry and stores out of the way when not in use. Past that and to the left is a molded Corian countertop and sink, with a locker beneath the counter and a teak framed sliding mirrored door medicine cabinet above. There is a Jabsco Quiet Flush electric head with macerator with a 16 gal holding tank and a Y-valve for overboard discharge.

The nav station is tucked behind the galley and offers a good amount of space and a table that can hold an actual paper chart.  

  • Hand rubbed cherry interior 
  • Teak and holly cabin sole (refinished 2019)
  • Reverse cycle heat / AC
  • Bowmar hatches w/hinged cherry hatch screens
  • Hood stainless steel ports w/screens (rebedded 2016)
  • Teal Ultra-Suede seating fabric
  • Custom mattress in aft cabin (2019)
  • Custom bedding for both cabins
  • Jabsco Quiet Flush electric head with macerator
  • New holding tank and waste hoses (2021)
Galley

The galley is J-shaped and on starboard. The cherry fiddled Corian countertops have an integrally molded in sink located on centerline. There is a locker beneath the sink. Moving to the right of that is the icebox, which has top and front access and Frigoboat 12v. refrigeration. Double-door lockers are above the counter above the icebox. Next is the Force 10 stove, with a microwave in the space above that. To the right of the stove is countertop space, with a top loading trash bin below it, a locker below that and three drawers above for utensils. There are two ports and a dorade above the countertop, so you have great ventilation when cooking.

  • Corian countertop with cherry fiddles
  • Under counter molded Corian sink
  • Single lever H/C mixer faucet
  • Fresh water foot pump
  • Molded 4” foam insulated top and front loading icebox
  • Frigoboat Merlin 12v air cooled refrigeration (2013)
  • Merlin energy saving Smart Speed Control (2013)
  • Coastal Climate digital display refrigeration control (2013)
  • Force 10 3 burner gimbaled stove with oven and broiler
  • Xintex Fireboy S-2A LPG control
  • 10 lb.propane bottle
  • Dedicated propane locker in cockpit vented overboard
  • Built in trash bin
  • Samsung Junior microwave oven
Sails and Rigging
  • Dacron 150% Genoa (serviceable/good, luff tape at furler replaced 2021, UV cover replaced 2014)
  • Dacron full battened Mainsail w/two reef points (serviceable/good)
  • Quantum asymmetrical spinnaker w/ATN sleeve (excellent condition)
  • Harken roller furling
  • Dutchman sail flaking system
  • Mainsail cover (2014)
  • Offshore Spars keel stepped double spreader aluminum mast
  • Custom mast step for better drainage fabricated by Hinckley (2012)
  • Mast wiring, masthead light, windex and VHF antenna replaced (2012)
  • Standing rigging inspected and replaced as needed (2018)
  • Shroud chain plates re-bed (2012)
  • Custom mast collar (2012)
  • Mechanical boom vang
  • Split backstay
  • Lewmar inboard Genoa tracks (rebedded 2021)
  • Harken 46ST primary winches (2)
  • Harken 32ST control winches on house (2)
  • Winches serviced (2012)
  • Four Spinlock double line clutches
  • New halyards (2018)
  • All lines are led aft to the cockpit
Electronics
  • Raymarine Axiom 9 PLUS MFD chartplotter/GPS (2020)
  • Raymarine Quantum radar (2020)
  • Charts to include the whole East Coast and the Bahamas
  • Raymarine RayTech PC interface for RayTec V4.1 software
  • Autohelm ST4000 autopilot
  • Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF w/DSC (12)
  • Autohelm ST60 wind
  • Autohelm ST60 speed and log
  • Autohelm ST60 depth
  • Raymarine ST60 Multi display
  • Phone jack at nav station
  • Kenwood model #KMR55U stereo- AM/FM/CD/MP3 with USB, iPod connections and Pandora radio control
  • MG Stereo speakers in salon
  • Pioneer stereo speakers in the cockpit
Deck and Hull

The Tartan 3500 has a redesigned coach roof for added interior space and headroom. And it's full of innovative ideas, like a transom featuring an electric swim platform for easy access to the dinghy or the water.

White gel coated hull, hand laminated with alternating layers of strand mat and unidirectional E-glass. It is partially balsa cored for stiffness. The gelcoat back-up layer is laminated using Vinylester resin for blister resistance. The deck is hand laminated, using a balsa cored unidirectional E-glass laminate and polyester resin, with a contrasting non-skid. All hardware installation points are solid glass backed with 1/4" aluminum plates. The hull to deck joint is chemically bonded and fastened w/ SS fasteners that are drilled and tapped into aluminum backing plates then molded into hull flange.    

The lead beavertail keel is the shoal draft version and draws 4’10”. The balanced spade rudder is an elliptical foam cored blade with fiberglass skins and is built around a three inch stainless steel rudder shaft.

  • 12KG CQR anchor with 5/16” chain and 5/8” nylon rode, Fortress anchor as back up
  • Simpson Lawrence Horizon 900 electric windlass mounted below deck
  • Quick windlass remote with up/down controls
  • Slotted aluminum toe rails
  • Six mooring cleats
  • Double stainless steel bow and stern rails
  • Stainless steel stanchions  
  • Stainless steel lifelines (2018)
  • Custom boarding gate added on starboard bow for easter boarding when docked bow in (2021)                                                                
  • Drop down electric swim platform with stainless steel swim ladder
  • Two stainless steel dorades with stainless steel guards
  • Bowmar hatches with hinged cherry screens (2)
  • Hood chromed bronze portholes (gaskets on opening portlights replaced 2016)
  • Porthole screens
  • Dodger, Bimini and Connector piece (2014)
  • Teak grab rails
  • Teak drop boards (varnished and custom weighted cover 2018)
  • Teak hinged companionway screens
  • Cockpit cushions (2019)
  • Keel rebedded and faired with epoxy (2014)
  • Keel soda-blasted, faired and sealed with vinylester, and barrier-coated (2020)
Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical

MECHANICAL

  • Yanmar 27HP 3GM30F
  • Approximately 826 hours total on engine (126 currently on meter, an estimated 700 hours prior to meter being installed)
  • Kanzaki reduction gear
  • Racor R24S fuel filter
  • Approximately .6 gal. /hour fuel consumption
  • Electric fuel tank gauge @ nav station
  • Engine serviced annually, including replacement impeller.
  • Engine/ transmission coupling replaced (2011)
  • Shaft strut inspected and re-bed (2011)
  • Cutlass bearing replaced (2011)
  • PYI dripless shaft seal
  • 3 blade Max Prop feathering propeller
  • Whitlock steering pedestal
  • Single lever engine control
  • 40” stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • Ritchie compass
  • 12,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/air- ducted throughout boat

PLUMBING

  • Atlantic 6 gallon stainless steel hot water heater
  • Anchor wash down
  • Jabsco 3 GPM fresh water pump
  • Aluminum fresh water tanks with mechanical and electric gauges
  • Electric water tank gauge
  • Fresh water tanks cleaned and inspected annually
  • ParMax4 electric bilge pump
  • Whale manual bilge pump
  • Hot and cold cockpit shower

ELECTRICAL

  • Marinco 30A shore power connection
  • 50’ shore power cord
  • 50A to 30A adaptor
  • Blue Seas 120V electrical panel
  • 120V receptacles throughout w/GFCI protection
  • Blue Seas 12v electrical panels
  • 12v amperage meter
  • 12v voltage meter
  • UL approved stranded, tinned ABYC color coded wiring throughout
  • Blue Seas batter selector switch w/combiner
  • Freedom 10 battery charger/1000w inverter
  • Xantrex battery condition monitor
  • Floor courtesy lighting
  • 12v receptacles at helm and nav stations
  • 4 Hella fans
  • LED chart light at nav
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 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.customContactInformation

Deanna Sansbury

(410) 629-9186 (call / text)

[email protected]

  • 35.25
  • Tartan
  • Tracys Landing, MD, US

Yacht price: $124,900

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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