Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 4JH3E
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 56hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 2 Blade, Bronze, Folding
- Year: 2004
- Engine Hours: 1222
- Engine Location: Center
Mystic Shipyard 70 Essex St.
Mystic, Connecticut, US, 06355
Take the helm of the Tartan 4100 and feel the responsiveness of a yacht designed to soar through the waters. Go below and discover her generous interior comforts. Blending pleasing aesthetics with a powerful profile, the T4100 is a yacht built for those wanting performance and no compromise. Warm cherry interiors complimented via gear and holly sole with fit and finish far above the norm this boat will please the most discriminating sailor.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Ample sleeping arrangements are provided with spacious "V" berth forward in a private stateroom with sink, vanity and drawer spaces. Under berth storage is a plus.
Spacious main salon offers port and starboard settees. Starboard Settee sleeps one, Port becomes a double berth. Outboard shelving and cabinets provide more easily accessed storage spaces. Exceptional ventilation is provided via multiple opening ports on both sides including in the head and aft cabin. Aft cabin sleeps two. All interior berth and cushions are covered in Ultra Suede teal green.
Navigation station is to starboard at base of companionway with tank monitor for 5 fluid tanks, breakers and switches. Overhead hatches are numerous in effort to move ample air through the boat especially on that hot summer day on the hook.
Aft cabin sleeps two with ample head room and opening ports for improved ventilation/light. Head/shower are to starboard with folding partition to keep things dry and features a VacuFlush head. Sink /vanity with all necessary plumbing are well designed for extended cruising.
GALLEY: The galley is a cooks delight with Force ten stove/oven which is gimbaling and includes a safety rail. CO 2 detector on bulkhead. Double ss sink with hot/cold pressure water, and ample counter space assist with the chefs duties. A large easily accessed freezer/refrigerator are kept cold with a Sea Frost double plate system -via engine driven compressor- and separate controls- A Tradewinds 12 volt compressor runs refrigerator as well. Two access panels are provided, one from the top and one from the vertical panel. Plenty of drawers and storage keep things organized. Galley color is Aria, Head color Vanilla, Vanity is Aria.
COCKPIT Up top is one of the best cockpits ever designed in a serious cruiser. Able to accommodate the entire crew comfortably yet secure enough for rough weather this area excels in usability. A foldout teak table and cup holder keep the crew happy at meal time or on watch. Lazarette space is ample. Propane locker is easily accessed. Of course the coaming pockets have good space for winch handles and other gear. Vision forward is exceptional with good clearance under the dodger from the helm. A double spoke 54" stainless Edson wheel (with brake) and single lever throttle/shifter provide for easy tight quarter manuvering. Allows sitting on coaming seats to steer. A 6" Ritchie Compass tops off the Edson pedestal.
HULL/DECK is fiberglass reinforced white plastic. Decks are white w with contrasting sand color non skid. This is an epoxy hull, vacuum bagged and oven cured. SS bow and stern pulpits are connected via double lifelines with port and starboard entrance gates and a stern entrance. Bow, midship and aft cleats are stainless. Toe rails are perforated aluminum. Two sheeting tracks provide cockpit adjustments.Two dorades are teak mounted and have chrome SS guards. Harken is the gear for the traveler, winches (and power halyard winch Harken 40.2) mounted on the bulkhead on starboard side) easily accessed from the cockpit. A Forespar hard vang attends to the boom control. All sail handling lines are led aft to cockpit via turning blocks for easy handling. Sea water wash down pump at bow. Custom cockpit locker for winch handles, deck plate spanner wrench and spray nozzles. Semco is used on exterior wood.
CQR style/type with 30' chain and 250' of 1/2 rode.
Spade style anchor with 30' chain and 250' of 1/2' rode.
75# Herreshoff navy style anchor disassembled and stowed below in cockpit locker. Anchor windlass- below deck in anchor locker (not installed currently and needs new platform)
RIGGING: Carbon fiber mast and aluminum boom. Mast steps are folding type, Stainless wire rigging, double spreader rig. This has a Modified stem guard and accepts "Solent" style rig done by Tartan at the factory. Installed by Ocean Rigging. Mast modified to accept rigging change as well. (Extra protection eliminates anchor rode chaffing on the bow.) Whisker pole adjusts from 13 to 27 feet with pole lift, separate spinnaker halyard, 2nd jib halyards, 4 extra halyard stoppers. Custom stoppers for main traveler. Hydraulic Sailtec adjustable backstay tensioner. Mainsail has 2 single line reefs controlled from cockpit so boat can be singlehanded.
The RL70 Color Radar/Chart plotter is at the pedistal via Raymarine 10" and 7" repeater below at Nav station for chart /radar /plotting and instruments.
RAYMARINE ST 6000 series autopilot below decks unit w remote
ST60 Series Raymarine Speed and Depth gauges on portside bulkhead, Wind on a wire for steering from starboard rail.
Link 2000 Monitor
Standard Horizon VHF with AIS (GX2100) Ram mic at pedestal
Transom pole mounts for antennas include: Radar, AM/FM, Cell phone, GPS and second GPS for VHF DSC.
Solar panel on deck to charge batteries at anchor or sailing
TV antenna wire in mast
LED anchor light
interior lighting is all LED
Stereo w interior/exterior BOSE speakers
Fuel, Water and Temperature gauges
Espar diesel heater w bulkhead control
Multiple 12VDC plugs
BATTERIES: (2) 8D Gell cells and (1) group 27 start battery.
Throwable life bouy
SS bow guard via forestay.
Lewmar electric winch breakers (at main panel)
120VAC and 12VDC switch panel w breakers
Solar night lights in cockpit and below
Gori 2 blade folding propeller
Yanmar Saildrive upgraded to SD50 (makes for easy maneuvering) With Electroguard to protect from electrolysis.
Three 50 gal. water tanks (total 150g approximately)
(1) larger 50 gal. holding tank (standard size is 24gal.)
Fairclough cover and frame new 2018
Additional filler panel to dodger and Bimini
Main Cabin Table folds against mast to improve accomodations
North Mainsail is fully battened with a Northpack cover
#3 (110) furling jib (North)
#1 (150) Genoa (North)
Asymmetrical Spinnaker (North)
Gail sail ATN
Keel Type: Other
Ballast: 8000 lb
Displacement: 20500 lbs
Max Draft: 5.5 ft
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.
Call Dick Waterhouse at 860-884-6268 to arrange a viewing.