"Shodow of the Whip" is a 1972 Tartan 34C located here at our marina in Noank, CT.. The boat has been constantly upgraded by her current owner's to be a capable single handed offshore boat. All the upgrades have produced a truly pleasant boat to sail in almost all weather.
Double pull out main salon. V-berth double. Port pilot berth
An over sized genoa furler.
Detachable inner fore-stay by Hathaway Reisner and Raymond.
This allows for a reduced sail area in the event of foul weather.
This inner fore-stay takes hanked on smaller sails.
Preventers from the fore deck to the boom, eliminating the possibility of an unexpected jibe.
Yanmar 2GM20 freshwater cooled
The exhaust is a custom wet exhaust (Verna Lift) discharging water out the transom, well above the water line.
Balmar 90 amp alternator with a Balmar voltage regulator
Two battery banks, one bank has two series 28 Interstate deep cycle, the second has two series 29 Interstate deep cycle. Bank selection is by a Perko switch in the salon
Bank one , the two series 29 are connected to a 20 amp charger, the other bank has a 10 amp charger
The custom switch panel has an analog ammeter and an analog volt meter
The custom mahogany switch panel, has 12 toggle switches and fuses for all 12 volt accessories
110 volt, 30 amp ABYC switch and fuse in custom housing. 110 breaker with 3 circuits and ground fault protectors
Xantrax 1kw inverter with built in 20 amp charger. Auto cut off when shore power is connected
50' 30 amp shore power cord, receptacle in cockpit
A 6 toggle switch panel controls power to the instruments and compass lights
Raymarine ST-50 series knotmeter and depth finder in a custom made instrument enclosure above the companionway. In the center is a compass
Raymarine ST-60 autopilot controller and a ST-60 wind speed and direction display are on the port cabin bulkhead
The autopilot is a below deck Raymarine Type I, oversized for this boat
Raymarine AXion 9 chartplotter is mounted on the port-side. All instruments and autopilot are connected via Sea-Talk.
GPS located in the cabin
Sails / Rigging
Main full batten dutchman H.R.R. 2000 (Very good condition)
150% Genoa New 2018 (Very good condition)
Drifter - unknown age (Good condition)
35 lb Danforth anchor
35 lb CQR anchor with 35' BBB chain 150' rode
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.