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Tartan 26, M.O.R.C., 1972, AuGres, Michigan, $5,000, Price reduced 11/3/15 to $4,074, SOLD 2/8/16

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Tartan 26, M.O.R.C., 1972

  • (Midget Ocean Racer Class) Racer/Cruiser.

    Solid and Fast, very reliable, and capable,.

  • Extensive Updates and Upgrades, Full Head and Holding Tanks, 7 Sail Inventory of Thomas Sails all in excellent condition, New Alado Roller Furler and the #1 Genoa was professionally re-cut with new rigging for the furler and a UV Protection added to the Sails Leech so when the sail is furled the sail is protected and safe from UV Degradation, a New Mainsail cover is also included, and the boat is rigged so once motored away from the slip and into open water can easily be set to sail single handed if desired.
  • There are no blisters, Recent Bottom Job, Recent Hull Paint, tasteful compliment of bright work.
  • Fresh Water use only, VHF Radio and CD Stereo.
  • Includes Alcohol Galley Stove as well as a Sea Swing Stove and Ice Box.
  • Extensive updating and rewiring over a seven year restoration, Energy efficient LED Lighting installed in engine compartment and custom Engine and electrical control panel in cabin allows viewing of the engine and drive train while motoring, High output "No-Drag" Alternator installed with cut out switch that eliminates loading the engine while maneuvering at low RPM's.
  • Electric fuel pump, dual automatic bilge pumps, new motor compartment blower, custom fabricated aluminum fuel tank and while designing the fuel fill was removed from the cockpit floor and moved up to the rail to eliminate the possibility of water infiltration into the tank as the original factory design could allow.
  • While this work was performed we had the cockpit floor totally replaced rather than just fiber-glassing over the old fuel fill opening. Includes heavy duty and ship-able cradle on which the sailboat is now resting on the hard in AuGres, Michigan.
  • This boat is shrink wrapped every winter for secure storage and available for viewing upon request.
  • The white decks restoration has been held off for the last and has yet to be completed.
  • I have purchased new special two part top coat deck paint for one of the last things that I wanted to complete on this boat, as well as a new set of engine gauges in the cockpit that are temporarily mounted now, but I ran out of time to get those items completed this season before we had to pull it for winter storage.
  • Those materials will be included in the sale, and the pricing has been discounted accordingly to compensate the new owners labor to complete.
  • If I have it next season I will have the time to complete and the price will go up accordingly.

    With all lines and controls routed to the cockpit she is easily single handed.

  • Equipped with an In-Board 5 HP Water Cooled Kermath Sea Pup, coupled to a 2 to 1 reduction gear offering 10 HP at the Folding Bronze Racing Prop.
  • The motor runs reliably and strong and is extremely fuel efficient. Kermath Engines are considered bullet proof and very reliable. Originally produced in Detroit and famous for being the engine manufacturer of choice to power the US Navy's PT Boats during World War II.
  • Parts are still readily available, and this little girl runs great. (lap top and battery charger pictured are not part of this sale.)

    This boat is a wonderful weekender and a great sailboat for the beginner or seasoned sailor alike.


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    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

    Tartan 27, M.O.R.C., 1972 sailboat

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