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Hi,
I am finding alot of Tartans at what seems to be a reasonable price.I was wondering if anyone here has had experience with the Tartan Sailboats?One of the ads state that the boat is able to handle "most" sea conditions.I am trying to save money for a world cruiser around 31 to 34 feet long.

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why don''t you try the tartan site on sailnet.com e-mail lists ?
there are 310 owners that will receive your e-mail?
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Thanks for the info.
I will give it a try.

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Once you select a few Tartan models you are interested in and check with the Tartan list in this board, why not bounce your choices off of Jeff H. He''ll give you an unbiased response. You''ll have few worries doing coastal work but boats in the line vary in terms of their blue water abilities. I use my classic Tartan33 for coastal cruising with some "outside" legs and am very happy.
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