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Sorry to ask such a newbie question, but I've just registerd with sailnet and am tring to information on older Tartan yachts and I have no idea how to do. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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uh oh he said the T word!!!!!!!!! quick call the authorities, Crandall don't be scared someone will be here soon w/ actual info
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What kind of info are you looking for?
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Sorry for thedelayy just wandering blindly here.
I'm interested in a Tartan 42. Know nothing about them. Is it a cored hull? maintenance issues etc
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http://www.tartanownersweb.org/model...s/Tartan42.pdf
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Thank you for your help. I was hoping to pick the brain of somebody who has personal experience with the boat or similar model. May I assume that you have a Tartan 37?
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IT would help if you said which specific tartan models you were interested in.
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Sorry thought I did. Tartan 42.
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Specifically a 1981 Tartan 42. Southern boat. I'd like to use it for offshore sailing as well as coastal. I don't know very much about the Scheel Keel. Is the hull cored below the water line? Has anyone cruised this model or similar offshore extensively? Are there any well known problems with this model.
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