This FRESH WATER Tartan 34-2 Scheel Keel was designed by Sparkman & Stephens is Hull #51 out of 110 Boats. The Boat has been Exceptionally Maintained and is in Above Average Condition. There is a Custom Wood Wheel, Doyle Mainsail (2014), 135% Headsail and a Tri-Radial Spinnaker w/Sock. The Interior Cushions are Navy Blue Vinyl and the Vee Berth are the Original Fabric. The Garmin Electronics where installed in 2014. This Boat is A MUST SEE and is a Real Sharp Looking Yacht.
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APPEARANCE & CONFIGURATION:
"SELAH" has a white hull with a blue bottom VC 17, blue boot top and blue cove stripe and a Scheel keel.
ACCOMMODATIONS & INTERIOR NOTES:
She sleeps six (6) in two (2) cabins with two (2) forward on the "V" berth, three (3) in the main salon on settees (the port settee converts to a double berth), and one (1) on the quarterberth aft. The interior is teak with a varnished teak and holly sole. Light and ventilation are provided by three (3) opening hatches (including the main companionway), eight (8) opening ports, and two (2) Dorade vents.
The chain locker is forward with the private forward cabin next aft with "V" berth. The head is to port. The main salon is amidships with a settee to port that converts to a double berth and a settee to starboard. The nav station is to port with the quarterberth directly aft. The galley is to starboard.
The 6'4" "V" berth is forward will filler cushion. The berths are easily removed for sail storage. There is storage above and outboard on shelves both port and starboard. There are two (2) swivel lights, upholstered changing seat between the "V" berth, opening overhead hatch.
The enclosed head is to port with a manual marine toilet with 24-gallon holding tank. There is a vanity with storage under, hot and cold pressure hand-held shower, and automatic electric pump. Outboard is a hanging locker and linen locker; mirror and teak paper-holder; opening port. Directly opposite to starboard is a hanging locker; opening port.
The main salon is amidships. There is a contoured settee to port that converts to a double berth; single settee to starboard. Storage is under the settees and above and outboard on shelves and in lockers both port and starboard. There is a hinged bulkhead-mounted teak table with a bookcase behind; opening overhead hatch; four (4) opening ports; two (2) Dorade vents.
The outboard-facing contoured galley is to starboard. There is a deep stainless steel sink with storage under, hot and cold pressure water, three-burner CNG stove with oven, pot and pan storage under, top-loading ice box with Adler-Barbour Refrigeration. There is storage above and outboard in lockers and in drawers; opening port.
The sit-down forward-facing nav station has a 30" x 42" chart table with lift-top for chart storage under, contoured upholstered nav seat. Storage is above and outboard in a large locker with teak doors that houses the elecronics and navigation instruments; opening port.
The double quarterberth is aft with storage uner the berth and above and outboard on a shelf.
The Tartan 34-2 hull and deck are hand layed-up fiberglass mat and uni-directional roving with Contour Core coring in both the hull and deck for strength with minimum weight, acoustical and thermal insulation. There is a full structural hull liner incorporating keel floors and the engine bed.
The deck is mechanically fastened with the joint bedded with butyl and polysulfide with non-skid on all horizontal surfaces. There is a teak toe rail with 1/4" stainless steel bolt-fastenings. Low, straight coachroof profile with teak grab rails over the entire length. There are stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with stainless steel stanchions and double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates. There are large mooring chocks forward with four (4) mooring cleats; cast aluminum mast collar expressly designed for rubber chocks and leading additional halyards. There is a molded companionway hatch cover with integral sea hood.
The cockpit is "T"-shaped with high comfortable coamings, orthopedically angled. A sail stowage hatch is to starboard. The helmsman's seat is elevated with raised coaming-seating outboard. The primary winches are forward of, but accessible to the helmsman on coaming platforms. "SELAH" has pedestal steering Yacht Specialties Wood Destroyer-type wheel and 5" compass; throttle and transmission controls are on the pedestal. The engine instrumentation is recessed in the cockpit side. The bridge deck is forward. Two (2) 1 1/2" scuppers drain overboard; manual diaphragm bilge pump cockpit-mounted.
"SELAH" has an aluminum spars with stainless steel wire rigging. She has A Harken roller-furling system, spinnaker gear and a spinnaker pole. There are a total of four (4) Lewmar winches: two (2) Lewmar #46 two-speed primaries and two (2) Lewmar #30 winches for the main and genoa halyards.