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2022 Tartan 395

Mystic, Connecticut

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The Tartan 395 is getting an update for 2022 and will now be the "MKII"!

The Tartan 395MKII Is Built for the discerning sailor!

Tim Jackett created the Tartan 395 to bring the build and design qualities that secured Tartan 345’s success to a size for serious offshore work at even greater speed and comfort. Our incredible team in Ohio completed hull #1 for the Newport International Boat Show and she was very well received indeed... followed by the Custom Cabin Edition which sold in only 3 weeks! We look forward to following her growth in the months and years to come and hope you will join in the fun. Here’s to watching another fantastic Tim Jackett-designed Tartan turn heads wherever she goes.

Contact us for more details and to discuss the numerous options available! You can ORDER this boat today. Some Images are manufacturer provided and not of a boat in-stock.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Custom Order
Make: Tartan
Model: 395
Year: 2022
Condition: New
Category: Sail
Designer: Tim Jackett
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 40 ft
Length Overall: 40 ft
Waterline Length: 33'3 ft
Beam: 12'10 ft
Min Draft: 4'3 ft
Displacement: 10,800 lb
Bridge Clearance: 62'7 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Dry Weight: 17,300 lb
Ballast: 3,500 lb
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Drive Type: SailDrive
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40hp
  • Type: Inboard


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 40 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 100 gal


Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Sail
Boat Class: Cruisers
More Info : Manufacturer Website


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Springline Yacht Sales


Springline Yacht Sales
Mystic Shipyard 70 Essex St.
Mystic, Connecticut, US, 06355

  • NPG Isophthalic gelcoat

  • Modified epoxy vinylester resin used throughout laminate for superior bonding

  • 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

  • NPG Isophthalic gelcoat

  • Modified epoxy vinylester resin used throughout laminate for superior bonding

  • Engineered multi-axial E-Glass fiber reinforcements, locally reinforced in high-load areas

  • CNC computer cut sealed end-grain balsa coring

  • Laminated in “one shot” resin infusion process eliminating secondary bonding of structural materials

  • All deck penetrations made through solid E-Glass laminate “core windows”

  • Interior surfaces painted out for aesthetics

  • Molded nonskid surface on working areas

  • 6061 T6 aluminum backing plates added at lamination for all loaded hardware

  • Inward-facing hull flange with integrally molded 6061 T6 aluminum bar forming a full length backing

    plate for hull to deck joint

  • Hull-to-deck joint fasteners, stainless steel and meet or exceed ABS standard for offshore use

  • Hull-to-deck joint bonded with 3M 5200 adhesive sealant

Keel & Ballast
  • Deep fin bulbed keel, beavertail bulbed keel, or (optional) keel/centerboard configuration

  • Antimonial hardened lead keel castings

  • Template-ground for fit and maximum performance

  • 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

Rudder & Steering
  • Carbon-fiber rudder post autoclave-molded for high strength and low weight

  • High density, closed cell urethane foam rudder blade with modified epoxy reinforced skins

  • Gator rudder post seal

  • Self-aligning roller rudder bearings

  • Twin wheel system using cable-style radial steering

  • (2) custom pedestals with integrated electronics mounting

  • (2) stainless steel wheels

  • (2) stainless steel pedestal guards

  • Single-lever engine control with removable handle

  • (2) 4-1/2” (114 mm) flush mount compass with cover

  • Emergency Tiller

Deck Hardware
  • (2) Harken 46.2 STC (self-tailing chrome) primary genoa winches

  • (2) Harken 40.2 STC (self-tailing chrome) cabin top winches

  • (9) Spinlock rope clutches for aft-led sail controls

  • Harken self-tacking jib traveler with double-ended jib sheet led aft to cockpit winches

  • Harken aft lead control blocks

  • Harken turning blocks at base of mast for aft-led sail control

  • Harken mainsheet traveler with double-ended sheet led to cabin top winch

  • (3) Harken aluminum winch handles

  • 27” x 1 1/8” diameter stainless steel stanchions

  • 27” x 1 1/8” tube double stainless steel bow rail with navigation light

  • 27” x 1 1/8” tube double stainless steel split stern rail with navigation light

  • 1 x 19 double lifelines with port, starboard, and transom boarding gates

  • Custom stainless steel stem fitting with integral bow roller

  • Teak toe rails through bolted to hull flange

  • (4) custom cast rail mount chocks for mooring cleats

  • (6) stainless steel 10” mooring cleats

  • Custom stainless steel mast collar with multiple attachments for blocks

  • Companionway hatch sea hood with instrument pod

  • Match molded anchor locker lid with latch

  • Offshore ready, match molded, and gasketed cockpit seat hatches

  • Deck drains to waterline discharge, eliminates hull streaking

  • Teak cabin top handrails

  • Manual cockpit-mounted bilge pump

  • Hinge-down swim platform with a retracting stainless steel swim ladder

  • (6) stainless steel unlimited offshore CE approved deck hatches

  • (12) cabin side mounted stainless steel portholes with fly screens

  • (2) cockpit-mounted stainless steel portholes with fly screens

  • (2) polished chrome 4” cowl vents on teak Dorade boxes with stainless steel guards

  • Lexan sliding companionway hatch with solid teak hatch doors and trim

  • 40 hp diesel with saildrive and three-blade folding prop

  • 40-gallon fuel tank capacity with remote gauge

  • Fuel filter/water separator

  • Lead-lined engine compartment insulation

  • Engine service access forward, top, sides, and aft

  • Batteries: (2) Group 31 AGM house batteries, (1) AGM Group 27 emergency start battery

  • 30 AMP battery charger

  • Polished chrome and stainless steel interior lighting fixtures with LED lights

  • Automatic lights in hanging lockers, main cabin lockers, and refrigerator compartment

  • Service lighting in engine compartment and deck lockers

  • Directional reading lights at berths and main cabin settees

  • Directional spotlights over main cabin table

  • Recessed, dimmable spotlights in main, forward, and aft cabins

  • Interior, cockpit, and swim platform courtesy lighting

  • 30 AMP shore power service

  • 110 VAC digital metered distribution panel

  • 110 VAC shore power outlets in each cabin with GFI protection

  • 12 VDC digital metered distribution panel

  • Battery selector switch

  • Electrical bonding system

  • Electric sump pump with automatic float switch for icebox and shower drains

  • Electric bilge pumps with automatic float switches and manual override

  • High water bilge alarms

  • UL approved, stranded, tinned copper wiring

  • Wiring bundled in PVC conduit with room for future installations

  • All wiring chafe protected where it passes through internal structure

  • ABYC compliant color coded wiring throughout

  • USCG approved navigation lights on bow rail, stern rail, and mast

  • Structural fiberglass timbers bonded to hull to carry mast and keel loads

  • Structural bulkheads bonded to hull and deck

  • Maple or pressure laminate-faced bulkheads and risers

  • Solid stock maple trim throughout

  • Solid stock raised panel maple cabinet doors throughout

  • Solid stock raised panel maple passage doors in maple door jambs

  • Polished chrome mortised door lock sets

  • Solid stock maple cabinet faces throughout

  • Positive lock polished chrome cabinet hardware

  • Solid maple face, dovetail joined, all wood drawers throughout

  • Maple main cabin table with Tartan logo inlay and centerline drawer storage

  • Tongue and groove solid maple hull ceilings

  • Easy maintenance overhead of molded FRP panels secured with varnished battens

  • Varnished teak and holly cabin sole with teak banded access hatches

  • Varnished solid teak handrails placed for security in a seaway

  • Interior woodwork sprayed with satin finish conversion varnish

  • Selection of designer fabrics for interior upholstery

Accommodations & Storage
  • Forward cabin with storage lockers, hanging locker, shelves, and drawers

  • Approximately 78” x 64” berth in forward cabin with quilted mattress

  • Furniture-grade main cabin settees and seats with contoured cushions

  • Maple cabinets with ventilated raised panel doors in main cabin

  • 76” long sofa-style main cabin settee with slide out extension to form double berth on starboard side

  • Large storage outboard of main cabin seat backs

  • Forward-facing navigation station with chart storage and drawers

  • Navigation cabinets with installation space for extensive electronics

  • Aft cabin with lockers, hanging locker, and shelves

  • Full width 78” x 56” double berth in aft cabin with quilted mattress

  • Storage below berths

  • Sail and anchor locker forward

  • Cockpit seat locker to port

  • Cockpit lazarette hatches port and starboard

  • LPG gas bottle storage in cockpit for two 10 lb. (5 kg) tanks

Galley & Plumming
  • 3-burner Force 10 gimbaled LPG stove with oven and broiler

  • LPG sniffer with automatic shut off

  • Maple-faced cabinetry with raised panel access doors

  • Maple-faced, dovetailed cutlery drawers

  • Stainless steel 9” deep double sinks with premium marine grade galley faucet and manual foot pump

    with swivel spigot

  • Granicoat solid surface galley countertops

  • Storage under galley sink through ventilated raised panel maple doors

  • Two-drawer stainless steel 12 VDC/110 AC refrigerator/freezer

  • Hot and cold pressure water with service access to pump and plumbing

  • Polyethylene tubing and Whale mechanical fittings for freshwater plumbing

  • All below waterline hose connections are double clamped with stainless steel hose clamps

  • Premium marine grade hoses used throughout

  • 100 gallons of freshwater tankage with distribution manifold

  • 6-gallon water heater, operates on 110 VAC or engine heat exchanger

  • Marine head with 24-gallon holding tank

  • Deck pump out with vent

  • Low odor premium marine grade sanitation hoses

  • Separate stall shower with Plexiglass enclosure and molded seat

  • Shower drains to separate sump box with automatic overboard discharge

  • Hanging/wet locker outboard of aft shower seat

  • Premium marine grade head faucet and shower mixer

  • Molded Granicoat solid surface countertop with integral sink

  • Utility storage under sink through raised panel maple door

  • Solid maple face upper vanity cabinet with storage and flip-up shaving mirror

Spars & Rigging


  • Painted carbon-fiber mast with sheaves for (1) jib, (1) main, (1) reacher, and (1) spinnaker halyard

  • Tapered airfoil swept spreaders

  • 1x19 stainless steel wire rigging with forged turnbuckles

  • Internal halyards

  • Harken furler for self-tacking jib

  • Mast to deck tie-rod to carry running rigging loads

  • Masthead anchor light

  • Steaming light with foredeck illuminator

  • Mast wiring conduit

  • Spartite mast sealing and chock system


  • Painted aluminum boom with stack pack system

  • (2) single-line reefs led aft to cabin top winch

  • Internal 4:1 outhaul

  • Two-part boom topping lift

  • Rod vang with tackle led aft


  • Low-stretch main and forward halyards

  • Polyester double-braid jib sheet and mainsheet

  • Polyester double-braid main traveler control lines

  • (2) Polyester double-braid reef lines


  • Fully-battened mainsail with white Sunbrella sail cover

  • Dacron self-tacking jib

Manufacturer Provided Description

Every detail of design and construction on Tartan 395 is scrutinized to deliver uncommon cruising performance. Her hull shape is an evolution of tried and true concepts proven to deliver great stability and high interior volume while maintaining comforting manners throughout a wide range of sailing conditions. The hull and deck laminates, multi-axial layouts of uni-directional e-glass fibers that sandwich closed cell structural foam coring (hull) and time-tested balsa coring (deck), are infused with modified epoxy resin. This process delivers a void-free laminate, with the optimal glass fiber to resin ratio resulting in a very stiff, strong, and lightweight hull/deck structure. Tartan’s dedication to industry-leading laminating materials and processes allows design flexibility and the ability to focus strength where it is needed while saving weight where sensible to enhance performance.

On deck Tartan 395 sports hallmark Tartan design elements such as a traditional, stylish cabin house fitted with attractive and highly functional polished stainless steel rectangular portholes. Natural ventilation and light are expected on every Tartan and 395 lives up to her heritage with 12 house-side portholes, 2 cockpit portholes, 7 deck hatches, and 2 Dorades. The cockpit is the social and sailing center of any sailboat and 395’s is large yet secure. With twin wheels set wide, sight lines under sail and power are unobstructed and clear. This arrangement also provides a clean center walkway to her hinge-down transom platform. All sail controls are lead aft through rope clutches to cabintop winches and the cockpit headsail trimming winches are within reach of each helm position. With the self-tacking jib sheet and mainsheet double ended and led to the cockpit winches single and shorthanded sailing are a snap. Tartan works with the best and most trusted suppliers of deck hardware in the world to ensure correct sizing and installation, a further testament to Tartan’s commitment to delivering on the promise of the best sailing and best equipped sailboats in the business.        

Nearly every Tartan built since 2006 has been delivered with Tartan’s CCR sail plan (Cruise Control Rig). While other builders have tried to catch up and offer sail plans with self-tacking jibs, they unfortunately have not made the commitment to the higher-tech building processes that make this sail plan work effectively in all conditions. In fact, many of these boats are accepting inferior performance because they put similar rigs on boats that don’t have the stability to support the larger sail plan necessary to deliver great light-air performance while standing up to upper end and extreme conditions. Lead keels with a high ballast-to-displacement ratio and low center of gravity, enhanced by weight saved through better lamination materials and processes, coupled with a lofty carbon-fiber mast are the difference makers for Tartan 395 and the CCR rig throughout the line. The 395 carbon-fiber mast is half the weight of the more common aluminum masts fit on other cruising sailboats her size. The result is greater stability and a more refined fore and aft motion. Imagine the benefit of having the equivalent of five 200 pounders sitting on the weather rail when you need them but not onboard when you don’t. The savings on provisioning alone proves carbon-fiber’s value. In addition to increased sail-carrying ability, less weight aloft also means less fore and aft pitching moment which equals better motion in a seaway and increased transfer of the sail plan’s horsepower to driving the boat forward. Simply put, Tartan 395 will perform better than other cruising sailboats because she is built with better materials and practices allowing for a larger sail plan and more power driving the boat under sail.

At Tartan we understand that draft is an incredibly important issue and that one keel choice cannot fill every owner’s needs. Tartan 395 has been designed from the outset with three keel configurations: the standard Beavertail is a fixed keel that results in a 5’ 0” draft, a deep fin for those without draft restrictions results in 7’ 0” draft, and for those with very shallow draft requirements the keel/centerboard configuration results in a minimum 4’ 3”. All keels are cast lead with a bulb at the bottom, for lowest center of gravity and most stability possible for the chosen design.

Throughout its existence Tartan Yachts has been known for superior interior joinery and overall craftsmanship working with select North American hardwoods. Once again 395 follows Tartan philosophy but this time with a twist. Like her smaller sister 345, 395’s handcrafted interior is built in maple as standard, with cherry a no-charge option. The lighter maple opens up her interior in ways the darker cherry simply cannot. It’s a transcendent change in Tartan expectation as light and airy accurately describes the maple interior. Regardless of wood choice, the solid wood cabinet faces fitted with solid, raised-panel doors, another Tartan interior standard, and the attention to careful joiner work is not found on other production boats of any size. Protecting the semi-custom interior is satin conversion varnish that is not only a beautiful, clear, natural finish but is also highly solvent and UV resistant, providing years of low-maintenance opulence.


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.

Additional Contact Information

Springline Yacht Sales main office is located at Mystic Shipyard in Mystic, CT. We also have representation in Quebec, Canada. Springline Yacht Sales is out to be the most successful new yacht and used yacht dealer in Long Island Sound, Connecticut (CT), New England and the North East. We have new sailboats for sale from Island Packet Yachts, Blue Jacket Yachts, Catalina Yachts, Elan Yachts and Impression Yachts by Elan, and Tartan Yachts. We also have powerboats for sale from Legacy Yachts (by Tartan), and True North by Catalina Yachts.  We also have extensive experience with Beneteau, and Jeanneau sailboats as well as Mainship trawlers. We often have used sail boats for sale or brokerage boats for sale from such manufacturers as Tartan, Pacific Seacraft, C&C, JBoats, Hunter, Beneteau, Sabre, O’Day, Pearson, Ericson, Hanse, Dufour, Grand Solei, Dehler, Mainship, Discovery Yachts, Southerly Yachts and many more. Most of our clients are right here in the heart of New England:  LI Sound, CT. NY, RI, MA, LI, NJ.  However, we have helped people buy sailboats and power boats and sell sailboats and sell powerboats from as far as NJ, FL, TX, and CA.  Whether you're new to boating, new to sailing, or just new to your boat, SLYS confidence building “Five*Star Delivery” and new boat training program is designed to completely familiarize you with your new boat and its operation.  We are always happy to help you with your brokerage boat as well! Springline offers extensive and comprehensive boat brokerage services to both buyers and sellers. SLYS can help you with the purchase of a new sailboat or used sailboat or brokerage boat. Springline is the best new or used boat dealer in New England, New York and CT. At Springline Yacht Sales, we know new boats and used boats better than anyone. SLYS is a CPYB (Certified Professional Yacht Broker) Endorsed yacht brokerage (used sail boat and used power boat).  Our office is just a short drive from Manhattan New York, Westchester County NY, Fairfield County CT, Rhode Island, Mass and a quick ferry ride from Long Island, NY.  Whether you are coming from CT, NY, RI, MA, LI, FL, NJ, TX, CA or anywhere else in the USA, we will make it worth the trip!

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