1996 Tartan Yachts 4100
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“A DESIGN FOR SAILORS WHO WANT THE BEST OF COMFORT AND SPEED.” – BOB PERRY.
The Tartan 4100 is a proud, strong and graceful cruising sailboat that is as happy offshore as she is coastal cruising. Built to the highest standard by one of the best production builders in the USA, the Tartan has earned a reputation as a sailor’s sailboat, offering performance and comfort in a blend that is darn near perfect.
All sail controls are led to the cockpit, which helps to make the boat a safe passage maker, and simpler single or short hander. The 5’4 draft and the performance of the Scheel Keel is a major advantage for tucking into those wonderful coves or cruising the Bahamas. And while a vibrant performer under sail, she is also a powerful boat under power – cruising at 6.8 knots at 2600 RPM.
SECOND WIND is a one owner boat and has enjoyed “the good life” during her seasonal use in Connecticut. The owners have cared for her well, and made many upgrades from the bottom of the keel to the tip of the mast. She represents a solid choice for those wishing to step into a boat that is ready to go sailing today. SECOND WIND is highly recommended, and easily shown in Stonington, CT.
- Tartan Yachts
- Stonington, CT, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Second Wind
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Dimensions & Weight
- 41 ft - 12.5 meter
- 41 ft 3 in - 12.57 meter
- 13 ft 6 in - 4.11 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft 4 in - 1.62 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- 61 ft 6 in - 18.75 meter
- Dry Weight:
- Cruise Speed:
- 8 MPH - 6.95 KTS
- Joystick Control:
- Engine Type:
- Drive Type:
- Direct Drive
- Fuel Type:
- Max Speed:
- 9 MPH - 7.82 KTS
- Fuel Tank:
- 50 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 150 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
The interior of the Tartan 4100 is designed for sailing – it is functional and commodious. The head is in the right place for use at sea, and the galley is a proper sea-going galley with the attributes that makes it outstanding. There are two large double cabins, a spacious salon, a proper navigation station, excellent tankage and storage galore.
The interior is hand crafted in teak, with louvered doors for ventilation, and a teak an holly sole. The counters are corian. The headliner is fiberglass, with teak trim, which is an expensive an functional upgrade over the vinyl used in many boats.
The layout is semi-traditional – but with modern flare and features. There is a large forward cabin with double vee berth, a full width salon, head aft to port, navigation station opposite. A huge aft cabin is entered from aft of the galley, and to starboard is the very large head with separate stall shower, and a separate door from the aft cabin.
Not insignificant is the staircase from the cockpit to the cabin – this is not a steep ladder – it is safe and convenient to use underway. The bottom portion of the ladder is hinged, with hydraulic cyclider assist, to provide access to the engine. Additional access from the head and aft cabin is excellent.
- Large V berth with storage shelves above.
- 4 drawers below the vee berth
- Cedar lined hanging locker
- Shelving in second locker
- SS Sink with storage above and below vanity.
- Hatch and two opening ports.
- Teak door to forward cabin
- Louvered teak opening panels in main bulkhead open to make both forward cabin and salon feel more spacious.
- Centerline teak dining table with two drop leaves and center storage
- Storage lockers with louvered teak doors above settees both port and starboard
- Bookshelves above settees both port and starboard
- U shaped settee to port with slide out to double berth
- Bench settee to starboard becomes a single berth
- Bolstered upholstery
- Tanks under berths for excellent access and maintenance.
- Panasonic Television with VHS tape system in locker to starboard
- Jensen stereo with bulkhead mounted speakers
- Teak door to aft cabin and head
- Panasonic Microwave
- Force 10 three burner propane stove with oven
- Large icebox with Adler Barbour refrigeration, both top loading and front loading
- Large lockers outboard in galley with louvered teak doors, built 2” deeper at factory to hold full sized dinner plates.
- Two SS sinks on center line
- Manual foot pump
- H&C freshwater
- Two large drawers under counter
- Three other storage lockers under counters
- Corian Countertops
- Large athwartships berth – king size.
- Numerous lockers.
- Two drawers under berth,
- Hanging locker, cedar lined, and storage shelves behind louvered teak doors
- Full head room
- Excellent ventilation – 4 opening ports, one large 12x12 overhead hatch
- Private access to head
- Large head with separate stall shower
- Access from main cabin and from aft cabin
- Jabsco Manual toilet
- Y valve
- Corian counter and sink at vanity
- Many lockers and storage areas in head
- Seat in shower.
- Hatch above
- Opening port.
- Teak grate in shower, with sump and electric sump pump.
- Nav station – faces outboard, located aft of Salon on starboard side
- Large chart table with storage underneath
- 4 desk type drawers
- Bulkhead mounted upholstered chair, on swing/swivel system
- Large hanging/wet locker aft of nav station and forward of head
- Large, well designed tee-shaped cockpit
- Tall bridge deck for safety and seaworthiness.
- Custom steering pedestal with integrated drink holders and table supports.
- Single level Morse MT-3 engine control
- Ritchie Powerdamp compass at binnacle
- Dodger with SS Frame, 2011, only occasionally used, in excellent condition
- Bimini with SS frame
- Drop down swim platform with swim ladder, which recesses into the transom when raised.
SAILS AND RIGGING:
- Mainsail with Dutchman integrated lazy jack/flaking system
- 135% Genoa, 2016, Hathaway, Reiser, Raymond.
- 153% Racing Genoa, lightly used
- Spinnaker, Lightly used
- Older genoa
- Full spinnaker gear
- Harken Roller Furling on the headsail
- Spinnaker pole
- Harken stacked ball bearing turning blocks.
- Harken Pull forward adjustable jib tracks
- Offshore Spars solid Boom vang
- New Main halyard
- New Boom vang control line
- Spare jib Halyard
- Spinnaker Halyard
- New Main sheet
- New reefing line
- Harken Main sheet traveler.
- Outboard genoa tracks on raised teak toe rail
- Seven spinlock line stoppers
- Harken 2 speed 40 2winches on cabin top Halyards, main sheet, boom vang, etc.
- Harken 2 speed 53 primary winches
- Blue mainsail cover
- Keel stepped mast, recently awlgripped.
- Double SS anchor roller
- 45lb CQR anchor
- Simpson Lawrence Sprint 1000 electric windlass with controls on deck. Winch handle manual override.
- Chocks in Toe rail forward and mid-ships.
- SS Cleats
- Two dorade boxes with polished cowl vents and SS guards.
- Lifeline gate to starboard.
- Double lifelines
- Double rail SS bow and stern pulpits
- 15 polished SS opening ports
- 4 Lewmar deck hatches. Two aft hatches ordered larger than standard. Forward hatch just replaced.
- Teak coach roof hand rails
- Propane locker with two propane tanks
- Teak Hatch Boards
- Inflatable dinghy
- Integrated drink holder and table mount in pedestal.
- Edson SS destroyer steering wheel
- Electric Bilge Pump
- Manual bilge pump
- Emergency Tiller
- Xintex S-2A propane fume detector and solenoid control
- ACR Global Fix EPIRB
- Floor timbers under salon sole rebuilt/upgraded to Mahogany – this is a correction of a common T4100 issue.
- New cabin sole
- Hull EPOXY Barrier coated (2007)
- Spare Water pump
- Spare head pump
- Spare bilge pump
- Furuno Radar Model 1621
- Yanmar engine 3340 hours
- Autohelm ST6000 autopilot at helm
- Autohelm Navdata display
- Autohelm Wind
- Autohelm Speed
- Autohelm Depth
- Sony VAIO laptop running Coastal Explorer Nav software
- Additional Dell flat display
- Garmin GPS receiver Model GBR 21
- Standard Horizon Quest VHF
- 110 volt shore power
- Shore power cord
- Paneltronics 12v and 110v circuit breaker control boards at nav station
- Eight Trojan 6 volt batteries, 960 amp hours total at 12 volts, for extended battery power
- Ample engine driven alternator.
- Heart interface Link 2000 inverter/charger/control panel