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Hello,

I have a Tartan 3000 that I sail in Charleston, SC.

I started sailing when I moved here 6 years ago and I have had this boat for 2.5 years.
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Hi, and welcome. Lot's of people here from your area.

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Hello, i purchase a Tartan 3000 last week. Tell me something about this boat.

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Hello kekkul,

I have really liked my Tartan 3000. I have tiller stearing and the baby stay. Things I've noticed are: with a clean bottom she is fast!, weather helm which is better with a smaller foresail, prop walk in reverse, and the cockpit drains go to molded in fiberglass tubes in stead of seacocks. Otherwise I love the boat.

Let me know how things work out for you.

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