About this Yacht
37 ft 0 in
Engine / Fuel Type:
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Designer: Tim Jackett
Warranty: 15 years
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 32 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 15950 lbs
Ballast: 6000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Total Power: 40 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2017
Engine Model: D240F
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 46
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (80 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (37 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (24 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
Hot/cold pressure water, Force 10 three burner propane stove with oven, ice box with 12V refrigeration system. Manual pump head with holding tank.
110V AC / 12V DC. Thirty amp shorepower service, Heart 10 inverter, three Group 27 deep cycle AGM batteries (2020).
Raymarine C-90 color chartplotter, Raymarine ST60+ depth sounder, Raymarine ST60+ wind speed/direction indicator, Raymarine ST60+ knot meter, Icom IC-M42 VHF radio, Ritchie 5" magnetic compass. AM/FM/CD stereo.
Sails and Rig
The 3700 has a carbon fiber mast with 1x19 stainless steel standing rigging the carbon fiber mast is "stronger, stiffer and lighter than an aluminum mast. This results in an increased righting moment, greater sail carrying ability and vastly improved sailing performance--stronger and stiffer means safer and faster. Picture having four 200 lb crew members on the weather rail in all conditions, but the good news is you get their benefit without having to feed them or house them aboard!".
Carbon fiber Pocket Boom boom with Forespar rigid vang; the boom is lighter and more functional than an aluminum boom--the Pocket Boom handles a full roach, full batten mainsail, and is fit with an always-in-place sail cover--when you drop the main, it falls into the Boom and lazy jack enclosure then just zip the cover back over the sail and you're good to go!
All sails are Pineapple and about a year old--full batten mainsail, 125% self tacking genoa, 110% jib, asymetrical spinnaker with sock (note bow pulpit was custom modified to work better with the spinnaker).
Two Harken #53 self tailing winches, single Harken #46 self tailing winch, two Harken # 40 self tailing winches, all lines lead aft thru 10 labeled rope clutches (and much of the running rigging is only about a year old. Inboard and outboard genoa tracks with the inboard one custom installed, Harken mainsheet and traveller.
Deck and Hull
Beautiful dark blue hull with red bottom paint, white double boot stipes and tan cove stripes, white decks and cabintop with polished stainless steel portholes and Dorade vents.
Hull is hand laid fiberglass, executed in alternating layers of strand mat and unidirectional E-glass. Past Tartans touted balsa coring as producing lighter, faster, and stronger boats, and the company’s vacuum-bagged composite construction continues that philosophy of limiting weight and enhancing performance. Solid glass reinforcing is used at all thru hulls, chainplates, and keel installations. The 6,000-pound beavertail keel (essentially an elongated bulb, 5'0 draft) is through-bolted to the hull with stainless steel bolts, fiberglass and polyester resin over a balsa-wood core deck. Last hauled and bottom painted in 2019, dived on regularly.
Tartan notes, "A key aspect of the 3700’s reassuring stability is the generous 12-foot 7-inch beam that is carried well aft, but with an innovative twist at the stern where topside flare adds plenty of deck and cockpit space, while keeping the transom waterline on the trim side."
Heavy duty stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines, six morring cleats, 46 lb Ultra polished stainless steel anchor (this thing is a piece of jewelry!), Leemar electic windlass.
Engine and Mechanical
Very low time on Volvo fresh water cooled diesel installed in 2017, Hurth transmission,1 1/4" stainless steel shaft to three blade MaxProp