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Used Boat, Sailing Yacht

Tartan 4300

Erato

  • EUR 250,000incl. VAT
  • apx. £ 222,300
  • EratoBoat Name
  • 2010Year Built
  • 13.13 m x 3.84 mLength x Width
  • 1.78 mDraft
  • 10795 kgDisplacement
  • 2 CabinsNo. of Cabins
  • 6 bedsNo. of Beds
  • Volvo Penta D2-55Engine
  • DieselFuel Type
  • 270 lFuel Capacity
  • 250 hEngine Hours

Location

Italy » South Tuscany


Comments

Lightly-used one-owner example of the Tartan 4300 performance cruiser. ERATO is the two cabin version of the successful 43, one of the few example available in Med she is ready for her next owner.

FURTHER BROKER?S COMMENTS:

Launched in 2010 and lightly-used, ERATO is a great example of the very popular Tartan 430. Her specification highlights include:-
Carbon fibre mast and V boom
Shallow draft 1.78m draft Beavertail keel option
Webasto heating
Volvo Penta three blades folding propeller
Full Harken deck gear package include 4 winches
Self tacking Solent
Bow thruster
2-cabins, 2-heads interior layout
Foldable aft swimming platform
Inverter
Radar
Teak laid side cockpit seats
Cockpit table

MANUFACTURER?S COMMENTS:

?At Home On The Water
Our tradition of unmatched interior comfort is expanded in the 4300. Choose from layout plans with 2 or 3 cabins. Both feature a forward owner?s stateroom with a queen size double ?island? berth for easy access, and extensive lockers and storage for extended time aboard. There is also a large main cabin area with plush seating, an entertainment locker and plenty of storage in varnished cherry cabinetry. The galley is fully equipped, with a full nav station featuring large working desk, laptop storage and comfortable captain?s chair house a full array of navigation equipment. She can be fit with either a single cabin or split aft cabin providing private accommodations for up to three couples.?

MANUFACTURER?S BACKGROUND:

?Tartan emerged on the auxiliary sailing yacht scene in 1960, with Charlie Britton at the helm. As a result of a collaboration with the renowned design firm of Sparkman and Stephens, and builder Douglass and McLeod of Grand River, Ohio, Charlie developed the company?s first model, the Tartan 27. The Tartan 27 constituted a departure from the existing norms of wooden construction to begin a new generation of quality crafted fiberglass hulls. Establishing them at the forefront of the boat building world, Tartan charged forward with new designs, such as the 34 and the Blackwatch 37. To meet expanding production demands the company opened a second manufacturing plant in Hamlet, North Carolina.

Continuing this evolution into the seventies, Tartan continued to expand and develop new models, each a success in its own right. Most notably the Tartan 37, Tartan 41 and Tartan Ten, all set new standards for performance on race courses throughout North America. While racing a Tartan was the pastime of many, performance cruising was becoming the new norm and Tartans became fixtures in cruising destinations throughout the world.

Tartan experienced a good deal of change in the eighties. John Richards and Jim Briggs took over the reins from Charlie and the mid eighties saw the development of several new Tartans. This time designs by Tim Jackett and the in-house Tartan design team. The first complete in house designs were the Tartan 31 and Tartan 372; both were Cruising World Boat of the Year winners in the early years of those contests.

The marine industry experienced a general downturn in the late eighties and Tartan consolidated its manufacturing in its Grand River, Ohio factory. As the industry experienced a recovery in the early 90?s, Tartan continued as a leader by substantially investing in new molds and designs further establishing the brand as a leader in the sailboat industry. Notable additions to the line included the Tartan 3500 and Tartan 4100. The 4100 went on to be the most prolific over 40 foot design in Tartan?s history. The success of these new models required a larger manufacturing facility and the company relocated to Fairport Harbor, its current location. Also in the late nineties, Tartan acquired the C&C brand and began the development of several new models under the C&C banner. As Tartan had evolved into a performance cruiser, C&C offered a companion brand that focused more heavily on the race boat segment. Although the company experienced a good deal of success with the C&C brand, having launched nearly 400 Tartan built C&C?s over a 10 year production run, the C&C brand was eventually licensed to another builder allowing Tartan to focus on its core product, luxury performance cruisers.

In addition to continued new model development, Tartan also refined its manufacturing processes and developed new higher tech materials, all aimed at enhancing the product. Its composite construction evolved from traditional wet hand lamination to the current infused laminates comprised of high strength e-glass reinforcements and light weight coring resin infused under vacuum with modified epoxy vinylester resin. Tartan also included carbon fiber masts as a part of their product offering along with rig innovations such as the CCR (Cruise Control Rig) and composite pocket boom. All features aimed at providing great performance, ease of handling and greater safety.

With over 5,000 hulls launched, Tartan continues to adhere to the foundation laid with the diminutive Tartan 27, great designs, exceptional craftsmanship, and industry leading technology all combined to deliver uncommon comfort and performance.?


SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
Our understanding is that the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A ? ?Ocean?

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
NPG Isophthalic gelcoat
Modified epoxy vinylester resin used throughout laminate for superior bonding and strength
Engineered multi-axial E-Glass fiber reinforcements, locally reinforced in high-load areas
CNC computer cut closed-cell synthetic foam coring
Laminated in ?one shot? resin infusion process eliminating secondary bonding of structural materials
All hull penetrations made through solid E-Glass laminate ?core windows?
Interior surfaces painted out for aesthetics
Internal structural grid designed to carry rig and keel loads, bonded and glass-taped into hull
UL and ABS approved, corrosion free Marelon flush through hull fittings
Built to meet ABS Plan Certification
Transferrable 10-year hull structural and blister warranty
Teak laid side cockpit seats
Dark blue topsides paint ? requires attention

Keel & Rudder:
Beavertail keel
Faired and epoxy coated
Keel is through bolted to hull with cast-in-place stainless steel bolts
Keel bolt quantity and size exceed ABS standard for offshore use

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta D2-55, 55hp diesel engine
Saildrive gearbox
Fresh¬water cooled engine.
Single lever engine control.
Panel for engine instruments in the steering pedestal within easy reach of helmsman.
Engine hours ? approx. 250 hours at June 2019

Propulsion & Steering:
Volvo Penta three blades folding propeller
Large diameter Lewmar single wheel steering
Emergency tiller

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power or inverter

Battery Banks:
Engine start battery
Service batteries

Charging:
Freedom 20 Battery charger and 100 Aps inverter

Alternator:
Engine-mounted alternator

Other Electrical:
Shorepower

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated Torrid hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element
Approx.- 45 litres

Bilge Pumps:
High capacity electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Approximately 270 litres with gauge
Filling of fuel tanks is through deck inlet.

Fresh Water:
Fresh water capacity is approximately 400 litres
Filling of water tanks is through deck inlet.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

Raymarine C90/W GPS chartplotter
Raymarine wind, speed, depth and log
Raymarine Autopilot
Compass

Communications Equipment:
Vhf Horizon GX 1500 with DSC

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
3-burner Force 10 gimbaled LPG stove with oven and broiler
LPG sniffer with automatic shut off
1x Isotherm Top opening fridge
1x Isotherm Front and top opening fridge
Sink

Heads:
Jabsco 12 manual marine seawater flush heads
Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers

Lighting:
Deckhead lighting throughout
Dimmer for light

Heater:
Webasto Air Top Evo 5500 heater

Entertainment:
Stereo radio/CD with speakers in saloon and cockpit

ACCOMMODATION


Summary of Accommodation:
Up to six berths in owner?s cabin forward, aft cabin plus further saloon settee berth.
Forward cabin with storage lockers, hanging locker, shelves, and drawers
Approximately 78? x 64? berth in forward cabin with quilted mattress, storage beneath
Furniture-grade main cabin settees and seats with contoured cushions
Cherry cabinets with ventilated raised panel doors in main cabin
88? long sofa-style main cabin settees
Port main cabin settee converts to double berth
Large storage outboard of main cabin seat back
Navigation station to port with adjustable nav chair and chart and laptop storage
Aft cabin with lockers, hanging locker, and shelves
Full width 78? x 60? double berth in aft cabin with quilted mattress, storage beneath
Forward and aft heads, each with manual marine heads and shower.
Two bathrooms, each with hot and cold running water and a heads system.
U galley to port
Saloon with u-shaped settee to port with folding table
Chart table to port aft of saloon area

Accommodation Finish:
Structural fiberglass timbers bonded to hull to carry mast and keel loads
Structural bulkheads bonded to hull and deck
Cherry-faced bulkheads and risers
Cherry tongue-and-groove hull sides in forward cabin
Solid stock cherry trim throughout
Solid stock raised panel cherry cabinet doors throughout
Solid stock raised panel cherry passage doors in cherry door jambs

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Painted Novis carbon fibre mast
Keel-stepped
2 sets of spreaders
Discontinuous nitronic stainless steel standing rigging
Painted Novis V boom
Rigid vang
Genoa furler
Solent self tacking furler
Hydraulic backstay adjuster
Harken adjustable mainsheet track on the coachroof
Harken deck gear throughout

Winches:
2x Harken 52ST self-tailing 2-speed winches primary winches
2x Harken 44ST self-tailing 2-speed winches winches, 1 electric

Sails:
Full batten cruising main sail
Furling cruising self tacking jib
Furling cruising genoa

General:
Stainless steel guardwire stanchions
Fold-down pushpit seats
Foldable swimming platform on the stern
Cockpit shower
8-man liferaft ? to be serviced

Anchoring & Mooring:
Quick 12vDC electric windlass
16kg anchor with chain
Mooring cleats
Fore and aft mooring lines
Carbon fibre folding gangway
Swimming ladder

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Mainsails cover
Lazybag with lazyjacks
Sprayhood - serviceable


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying Southern Tuscany, Italy

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Michele Antonini ? Grabau International (Italia)
Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
Email: #########@grabauinternational.com


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