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Hi Mike , Id just go for it . Your probably going to sick to the ICW for most of the trip, I imagine . So if your not set on buying parts and pieces in CT , I would just say heck with it and go . There are plenty of places to pick up what your going to need as you head down the ditch .
Besides until you start moving the boat its unlikely that youll find out what she needs . IMHO and experience boats never break at the dock its allways when your underway . Thats when the gremlins wake up . Its probably the best way to give the boat a good shakedown before you jump outside and give her some blue water.
So if thats your plan (ICW till your happy with the boat) I say go for it .
BTW Tartan will most likely be my next cruiser although I have never owned one the reputation preceeds itself . Great choice . Have fun with your new toy and get a Tow boat deal from one of the big outfits before you head out.

best of luck with it
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I know this is an old thread, but I have the same question. I am looking at a 1985 T-34. I am not sure when they changed the interior layout to the to the more modern look, but this one has the old lay-out. Any comments about systemic problems in th construction or design?

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The 34-2 is essentially an update of the Tartan 33. The 33 had two different interior layouts, but I was under the impression the 34 only had one. Lots of info out there on the 33 and its issues and I'm pretty sure the 34-2 is very similar. Basically a pretty solid boat if its been taken care of.

Here's a good article on the 33, much of which should pertain to the 34-2:

Tartan 33 Profile and Perspective

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Comprehensive Information on the Tartan 34-2

You can glean most of the information you are looking for on the Tartan 34-2 by going to an owner's webpage tartansailing.weebly.com.

There you will find specs, opinions, and photos galore. It is a great sea worthy and sea kindly boat that is all Tartan!

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