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The Tartan 4100 hit the mark when Tim Jackett set out to create a performance cruiser. Built from 1996 until 2008, it has been the most prolific over forty-foot performance cruiser in the 56-year history of Tartan. With her head turning good looks, her solid, safe construction and powerful sail plan, the Tartan 4100 is well respected for her speed and exceptional performance. Underwater, she sports the Tartan Beavertail keel which gives her excellent stability, good righting moment and good upwind performance for a mid-range draft.
The large T-shaped cockpit has comfortable seating and primaries within easy reach of the helm. With all control lines led aft to the safety of the cockpit, she is easily handled by a couple. The 27 inch high lifelines, wide side decks and effective non-skid make working on deck safe.
Below decks, her hand crafted teak interior and quality materials throughout display a craftsmanship that blends innovative design features with classic good looks. The two cabin layout provides comfortable accommodations for you and your guests and affords privacy in the process. The galley is spacious with loads of refrigeration area and counter space and is designed for offshore work with good bracing space and handholds.
TOUCAN DUET has served her two sets of owners well and been continually well maintained and upgraded over the years. She is now ready for new owners to set off on their own explorations. Her Majestic Blue hull, tan canvas and maroon fabric are certainly eye-catching wherever you take her.
If you are looking for a quality, North American built cruising boat that is equally at home cruising locally, rounding the buoys or headed offshore for distant horizons, TOUCAN DUET is certainly more than capable and worthy of your personal inspection. Call and make an appointment to see her today.
TOUCAN DUET is as comfortable as she is beautiful with Espar diesel heating, classic furnishings, numerous ports and hatches, Corian counters, stereo, great headroom and loads of storage. She sleeps seven in the two private cabins and port and starboard settees. The aft cabin has a double bed with hanging locker and shelves. The forward cabin has a large berth with a vanity and sink, lockers, hanging locker and four drawers. The main salon has teak wood interior throughout and a newer teak and holly sole as well as Ultrasuede fabrics. The drop-leaf centerline table has two drawers and a storage bin. The full nav station is the desirable forward facing setup. The head features a separate shower stall with teak grate.
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.