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Impeccably maintained, offshore ready Tartan 5300
Incredible specifications and options from davits to dive compressor, hydraulic winches to water maker, carbon mast and boom, large solar array, folding swim platform.
2017 North 3Di 760 Endurance Genoa 2014 North #Di 760 Endurance Fully battened Main and Jib
This Tartan 5300 is configured to take you where ever you dream of cruising.
I : 70.00 ft
J : 19.00 ft
P : 66.00 ft
E : 22.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 665.00 sq ft
The 5300 promises to provide great performance and ease of handling on an incredibly stable platform. Her raised salon, center cockpit deck design offers excellent on deck visibility and security and provides the structure for her extensive interior arrangement plans. Tartan 5300 is fit with a carbon fiber, AMP Cruise Control Rig (CCR), featuring a small overlapping working upwind headsail, off wind furling reacher and a carbon fiber pocket boom for the main. This design provides the optimum in performance and ease of handling. Utilizing Tartan's industry leading lamination techniques, finely tuned in a partnership with High Modulus Engineering, the 5300 hull and deck composites are the strongest, lightest and safest in the industry. Weight conserved using advanced composites is used to increase all of the performance indicating ratios and allow a higher ballast to displacement ratio providing greater sail carrying ability and stability. The interior of the 5300 is available in a range of layouts, all carefully fit out by Tartan craftsman in varnished cherry joinerwork and luxurious fabrics.
The Tartan 5300 is designed as a cruising boat for sailors that appreciate performance. 46.5 feet of waterline and a displacement to length ratio of 165 promise a hull form that will deliver impressive daily passages and rewarding sailing characteristics. A narrow waterline entry angle and clean undistorted lines leading to broad aft quarters produces a hull with good upwind performance and powerful, sheets eased sailing. Through careful shaping, the hull has an even volume distribution throughout its length, this shape remains in symmetry when the boat heels and maintains good directional stability. Coupled with a high ballast to displacement ratio and low CG keel designs the 5300 will be an uncommonly stable and very well mannered sailing yacht.
Hallmarks of Tartan deck design center on wide side-decks for easy and safe movement, deep, comfortable and secure cockpits, extensive ventilation in ports & hatches, and traditional styling. The 5300 embraces all of these elements in a design aimed at offering the expansive views of a raised salon yacht as well as the benefits of a center cockpit.The center cockpit offers excellent visibility and affords the ability to house a full width aft master cabin. Coming on the heels of the 4400, the main living area of the boat is housed in the raised salon, offering easier access to the interior as well as a light and airy feel thanks to the large tempered glass portlights. On deck storage, sometimes a draw back to center cockpit designs, is given a priority on the 5300.She boasts 3 large deck lockers, one forward and 2 others in the aft port and starboard quarters, these lockers provide ample room for a wide range of cruising gear. 12 opening house side portlights, 2 cockpit opening portlights, 4 dorades and 10 deck hatches provide ventilation, always a central theme for Tartan.Fit with the best hardware and equipment available the 5300 deck is a model of comfort, safety and efficiency.
Great performance, with easy handling begins with the correct rig choice. Tartan has developed its CCR rig to provide the best combination for efficient upwind sailing and easy to manage use of larger offwind sails. Upwind she is powered by a high performance 105% roller furling jib, the smaller size means easier tacking and better visibility, this sail can also be furled to a 90% jib without significant loss of sail shape. The carbon fiber pocket boom allows a full roach, fully battened main that can be built without the performance restrictions induced by roller furling mains. The pocket boom also provides a wide base for lazy jacks and makes setting and dousing the main an easy task. Offwind performance is maximized using a masthead, roller furling reacher that is easily handled by a couple. For greater strength and performance, the 5300 is fit with a two spreader carbon mast that saves 50% of the tube weight of an aluminum mast. Additionally, rod rigging further reduces weight aloft and provides less stretch and windage. These weight savings further improve the sail carrying ability, seakeeping motion and stability of the 5300.
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.