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Tartan 4000 - The Latest In Performance Cruising

Tartan 4000 - The Latest In Performance Cruising

The Tartan 4000 design embodies all of the recent Tartan leading technologies and advanced performance cruising conveniences. She is equipped with our CCR (Cruise Control Rig), carbon fiber mast, boom and rudder, infused BPA epoxy composite hull and deck and all-lead low center of gravity bulb keels.

 

The Tartan 4000 design embodies all of the recent Tartan leading technologies and advanced performance cruising conveniences. She is equipped with our CCR (Cruise Control Rig), carbon fiber mast, boom and rudder, infused BPA epoxy composite hull and deck and all-lead low center of gravity bulb keels.
 

 

Unmatched Performance In A Luxury Cruiser

 

As the only vessel to be awarded a double-headed win by Cruising World andSailing World, the Tartan 4000 is the clear choice for discerning sailors. Delivering sensational sailing performance, the 4000 was noted by Cruising World Boat of The Year judges as stiff, fast, weatherly and fun.

 

The boat’s high-tech construction is evident in the infused epoxy / composite hull and deck and in the carbon fiber mast, boom and rudder. These advanced construction techniques offer superior longevity and a more stable and safe sailing vessel. The truly versatile design will shine during coastal cruising and offshore voyaging, as well as competitive club or distance racing.
 


 

Stability

 

Our vacuum infused hull laminate is done in a single process with all components in place rather than bonding each layer separately like other builders. This produces a singular primary bond among the laminate components rather than the weaker multiple secondary bonds between cured laminate layers produced by traditional polyester construction.

 

This process consolidates the laminate into a void free matrix and produces the optimum strength to weight ratio in a composite laminate. This is critical factor in determining both the speed and stability of the yacht when it leaves the dock.
 

 

Sail Away With A Better Mast & Boom

 

Tartan Yachts is one of the only sailboat manufacturers to offer carbon masts and carbon pocket booms standard. Carbon fiber exhibits a tensile strength greater than that of steel. As a result, our carbon masts have a substantially greater section modulus than their aluminum counterparts. This superior strength means greater safety at sea.

 

Specifications 

 

Hull Type:  Fin w/spade rudder Rig Type:  Fractional Sloop
LOA:  40.70' / 12.41m LWL:  36.40' / 11.09m
Beam:  13.00' / 3.96m Listed SA:  890 ft2 / 82.68 m2
Draft (max.)  7.50' / 2.29m Draft (min.)  
Displacement:  19604 lbs./ 8892 kgs. Ballast:  6400 lbs. / 2903 kgs.
Sail Area/Disp.1:  19.66 Bal./Disp.:  32.65% Disp./Len.:  181.46
Designer:  Tim Jackett
Builder:  Tartan Marine
Construction:  FG Bal. type:  Lead
First Built:  2010 Last Built:   # Built:  
TANKS
Water:  100 gals. / 378 ltrs. Fuel:  50 gals. / 189 ltrs.
RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS  KEY
I(IG):  55.58' / 16.94m J:  16.25' / 4.95m
P:  53.25' / 16.23m E:  16.50' / 5.03m
PY:   EY:  
ISP:  59.33' / 18.08m SPL/TPS:  17.58' / 5.36m
SA(Fore.):  451.59 ft2 / 41.95 m2 SA(Main):  439.31 ft2 / 40.81 m2
Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles):   890.90 ft2 / 82.76 m2
Sail Area/Disp.2:  19.68 Est. Forestay Length.:  57.91' / 17.65m
Mast Height from DWL:  64.10' / 19.54m
BUILDERS (past & present)
More about & boats built by:   Tartan Marine
DESIGNER
More about & boats designed by:   Tim Jackett
NOTES
Draft:
Beavertail..........................................................................5.92 ft (1.92 m)
Keel/Centerboard.............................................................. 4.75 ft (1.45 m)
Displacement:
Beavertail........................................................................20,104 lbs (9119 kg)
Keel/Centerboard.............................................................21,104 lbs ( 9573 kg)
Ballast:
Beavertail..........................................................................8,000 lbs (3629 kg)
Centerboard......................................................................8,600 lbs (3901 kg)

 

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