Monday, July 25, 2011

Design 1904 - Tartan 34


Of all of the Tartan designs, and many are posted on this blog, the Tartan 34 is one of the all time favorites. Built by the Douglass & McLeod Plastics Corporation, 525 boats were built between 1967 and 1978. She is a typical cruiser/racer from the period, with emphasis on family sailing.


Here are the plans.


And a couple of interior images.


Here's an early article from The Skipper magazine. Please double click for zoom.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 34'-5"
LWL 25'-0"
Beam 10'-2"
Draft 3'-11" (board up) 8'-4" (board down)
Displacement 11,200 lbs
Ballast 5,000 lbs
Sail Area(s) 526 sq ft (hulls 1-124) 500 sq ft (hulls 125-200)
473 sq ft (hulls 201-525) 536 sq ft (yawl rig)


1 comment:

  1. Drawn by G.F. Jr. That would be a certain Argentinian yacht designer, wouldn't it, during his brief tenure at S&S? No wonder the Tartan 34 is such a good looking boat.

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