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I want to circumnavigate on my Tartan 37c just wondering what the community thinks about the Tartan 37s ability to circumnavigate.

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Best put your compass back on then.
 

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At least one has done it, Anderson, Norm & Lois / Boise, ID / 1986-93 / Tartan 37 / Sisu from the Latitude 58 list. Solid boat with god sailing ability. Understand the Anderson's removed the centerboard before leaving. Don't know why.

If you haven't already found this, it's got general information on the T37 chttps://www.cruisingworld.com/sailboats/tartan-37-tantalizing. Seriously though about buying one for cruising but hate wheels and there was no easy way to convert to a tiller.
 

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.....about the Tartan 37s ability to circumnavigate......
It's never about the boats ability, it's about the Captain and Crew's ability. Some boats are just more durable than others. You must be asking something more nuanced.
 
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At least one has done it, Anderson, Norm & Lois / Boise, ID / 1986-93 / Tartan 37 / Sisu from the Latitude 58 list. Solid boat with god sailing ability. Understand the Anderson's removed the centerboard before leaving. Don't know why.

If you haven't already found this, it's got general information on the T37 chttps://www.cruisingworld.com/sailboats/tartan-37-tantalizing. Seriously though about buying one for cruising but hate wheels and there was no easy way to convert to a tiller.

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