Yacht for Sale | 41 ft Tartan 4100 $219,900 (1999) - Boston Yacht
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Tartan 4100
Price: $219,900
Location: Marion, MA US
Year: 1999
BoatID: 8015599
Overall Length: 41' 0" (12.5m)
Length Waterline: 35' 9" (10.9m)
Beam: 13' 6" (4.1m)
Minimum Draft: 4' 7" (1.4m)
Maximum Draft: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Displacement: 21,000 lbs
Yacht Builder: Tartan
Yacht Model: 4100
Hull Type: Fiberglass
Type: Sloop, Cruisers
Water Tank: 100 gals (379 ltrs)
Fuel Tank: 70 gals (265 ltrs)
Total Engine Power: 47 hp
Total Engine Hours: 2426
Number of Engines: 1
1: Yanmar 3JH2-TE Inboard diesel 47 horsepower 2426 hours Direct 1999
Yacht Broker: Andrew Savage CPYB | 617.851.1133 | [email protected]
All measurements are approximate and not guaranteed. Speeds are subject to load, conditions and other factors. Please contact a Boston Yacht Agent to confirm the accuracy of all information
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Tashtego is a well-equipped and beautifully maintained blue water cruiser that was the manufacturer’s boat show display boat when built.  Numerous upgrades in the past two seasons to electronics, standing and running rigging, electrical systems, and deck gear make this boat a must see.

Highlights of this beautiful 1999 Tartan include:

• Striking Flag Blue Awlgrip Hull with Green Seahawk Cukote bottom

• Updated Raymarine Electronics (2021)

• New Solar Panels and Regulator (2021)

• Leisure Furl Furling Boom and Mainsail (2012)

• Lewmar Bow Thruster (2017)

• Retractable Transom Swim Platform (Updated in 2020)

• Kato Marine Stainless Dinghy Davits

• Faircloth Winter Cover (rig up or down) with new frame in 2020

See the full specs for more information. Please call or email today to schedule your appointment to see this great, classic sloop.


This Tartan 4100 offers classic and elegant accommodations, highlighted by a cherry interior, a teak and holly sole, and dark blue cushions throughout.

Forward Stateroom

The forward stateroom offers a large V-berth with overhead light and ventilation from an opening deck hatch.  To starboard is a hanging locker and to port a vanity with sink and storage.  Additional storage is found in the port and starboard overhead shelving. A door separates the stateroom from the main salon for privacy.

Main Salon

The main salon offers a classic interior, with a large overhead hatches and port and starboard stainless steel opening ports for maximum ventilation and light.  To port is a large U-shaped settee with outboard storage lockers and shelving above.  To starboard is another settee with lee cloths and storage above.  Centerline is a large drop-leaf dining table with integrated storage.

Aft of the starboard settee is the well-equipped Navigation Station, which includes a chart table, storage drawers and nearby closet, VHF and SSB radios, navigation equipment, and both the AC and DC electrical panels.


The galley is to port, just aft of the main salon.  Features include: 

• Blue solid surface countertops

• Double stainless-steel sink

• Force 10 Stainless Steel Gimballed 3-burner LPG gas stove with oven

• LPG gas system

• Panasonic Microwave

• SeaFrost Air Cooled Fridge with upgraded internal Freezer Box

• Hot/Cold pressurized water (faucet replaced 2021)

• Seagull Drinking Water filtration


The head with stall shower is aft and to starboard. It includes: 

• Stall shower with hand-held shower fixture

• Electric shower sump pump

• Jabsco marine manual flush toilet with 15 gallon holding tank

• Tankwatch holding tank alert system

• Vanity with stainless steel sink, mirror and storage

Aft Stateroom

Aft of the galley to port is a large double berth cabin with overhead cabinets and a double hanging locker for storage.  Opening ports provides ventilation and nature light.



• Flag Blue Awlgrip (2006)

• Shallow Draft Keel with Centerboard (4'/7" up /8’6” down)

• New 2020 Tartan manufactured Centerboard with new pennant

• Swim Platform with Custom Dyneema Manual Operation (accessible from tender) (2020)

• Teak cockpit decking and coamings

• Cockpit bench seating with cushions

• Teak Folding Cockpit Table

• Five spoke leather wrapped stainless steel wheel

• Pedestal helm pod with Raymarine E90W, Ritchie Compass, and Bow Thruster Control

• Whitlock single lever engine throttle/shifter

• Dodger with Rainer Glass (2013)

• Bimini

• Kato Marine Stainless Steel Dinghy Davits (400lbs capacity with new 6:1 purchase)

• Kato Outboard Engine Lift (230lbs capacity) - currently removed

• Edson Outboard Engine Mount -currently removed

• Rail Mounted Life Sling (hardcase)

• Switlik MOM 8

• Emergency Tiller

• Emergency Manual Bilge Pump

• Cockpit stereo speakers

• Cockpit storage lockers

• Vented LPG locker with (2) alloy LPG tanks

• Transom Hot/Cold freshwater shower (faucet replaced 2020)

• Stainless steel telescoping swim ladder

• Sliding Lexan companionway hatch

• Non-slip deck surface

• Stainless Steel Lifelines with boarding gates

• Stainless Steel Bow and Stern rails

• Teak Toe Rail

• Teak Grab Rails

• (2) Jacklines

• (2) Stainless Steel Dorades

• Lewmar 12V Electric windlass with helm controls

• Shurflow Anchor Washdown (4GPM) (2021)

• Anchor locker

• Double Anchor Roller

• 44lb Spade Anchor

• 225’ Anchor Chain (marked every 25’)

• Exterior polished with PTEF from top of mast to waterline (all paint, gelcoat and stainless)

• Bottom sanded to Epoxy barrier coat, 1 coat Red Seahawk Cukote base with 2 coats Green Seahawk Cukote (burnishable high cooper hard ablative) (2021)


• Raymarine E120W Touchscreen Multifunction Display - NavStation

• Raymarine E90W Touchscreen Multifunction Display - Helm

• Raymarine HD Digitial 24nm Radar (mast mounted with Kato Marine Stainless Steel Cage)

• Raymarine Evolution EV-400 Autopilot (2021)

• (3) Raymarine i70s Multifunction displays in cockpit (2021)

• Raymarine Raynet Network Switch with XM Weather

• Raymarine SeatalkNG Backbone from bow to stern (NEMA 2000 protocol) (2021)

• Ritchie Magnetic Compass

• Masthead LED Tricolor Navigation Light (2021)

• Icom IC-M710 SSB with Backstay Isolator and Separate Grounding Plate

• Icom AT-130 SSB Tuner

• Icom 506 VHF with Commandmic in Cockpit and Foghorn/Hailer on Mast (2021)

• Dual Zone Fusion Marine Stereo with Bluetooth Playback and App Control (2021)

• (2) Boston Acoustic Salon Speakers

• (2) Pioneer Cockpit Speakers


• Yanmar 3JH2-TE three cylinder 47hp Diesel Engine (2426hrs, Sept. 2021)

• Recent service including new turbo hose, stop solenoid and relay

• Whitlock single lever engine throttle/shifter

• Yanmar OEM analog gauges

• Exhaust Elbow (replaced 2014)

• Dripless Shaft Log (2014)

• Spur Line cutters on shaft

• 18” 3 Blade Feathering Bronze alloy Maxi Prop (re-pitched and serviced 2020)

• Lewmar Tunnel Bow Thruster (2017) with dedicated AGM battery and charge regulator

• Lewmar Windlass, 12 V with Forward Deck Foot Pedals and Remote in Cockpit

• Hotwater Heater, 10 gallon – 110V/engine

• Force 10 Marine, 3 Burner Stainless Steel LPG Stove Top with Oven

• 12 V Propane Solenoid

• (2) Propane Tanks

• Fireboy S-2A Xintex Propane/CNG Sensor/Alarm

• Seafrost Refrigeration, 12V Top and Side Loading (2016)

• Panasonic Microwave (110 V)

• Fresh Water Foot Pump – galley sink

• Saltwater Hand Pump – galley sink

• Seagull Filtered Drinking Water (from water tank) – galley sink

• Fresh Water Tank and Gauge (100 gallons)

• Jabsco Manual Marine Head with Y Valve

• Espar Diesel Heater, 12 V (ducted to all cabins and head)

• Balmar 200amp Alternator – House Batteries

• Balmar 100amp Alternator – Start Battery

• Fuel fill on deck

• Starboard Fuel Tank and Gauge

• Starboard 45 gal custom mid-ship diesel tank (2020 – replaced decommissioned port fuel tank)

• Engine hour meter


• 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC power

• (2) 30amp Marinco shore power inlets

• 30amp shore power cord

• (2) SunPower 100w Flex Solar Panels (2021)

• Victron MPPT 100/20 Solar Regulator with digital display at chart table (2021)

• Fully isolated engine start electrical system with separate 100amp Balmar Alternator

• 200amp Balmar House Alternator

• Heart Interface Link 200 Battery Monitor

• Heart Interface Freedom 20 Inverter (12V/2000W) / Charger (12V/100amp)

• (2) 8D Lifeline AGM House Batteries (2018)

• (1) Group 31 AGM Engine Start Battery (2021)

• Dedicated AGM Bow Thruster Battery (2017)

• 110V Breaker Panel

• 12V Breaker Panel

• 110 V outlets USB Outlets at Nav Station and Vee Berth

• 12 V outlets

• 12V Electric bilge pump, Auto/Manual Breaker Switch

• 12 V Electric bilge pump, directly wired to battery (high level redundant pump)

• (2) Lewmar high amperage breakers (winch and windlass)

• 12 V Pressure water pump (on deman)

• 12 V Seafrost Air Colled refrigerator

• 12 V Cabin lighting

• 12 V Courtesy lighting

• 12 V Navigation lights

• 12 V Foredeck light

• 12 V Engine room light

• 12 V Jabsco Macerator

• 12 V Sump Pump

• 12 V Anchor Washdown - 4gpm (2021)

• 12 V Fans

Sails and Rigging

• Custom 3 Spreader, Keel Stepped Aluminum Mast (white)

• Continuous Rod Rigging and removable inner forestay

• Dyneema Lower Split Backstay (2021)

• Fixed Custom 5’ Stainless Pigstick (2020)

• Forespar LeisureFurl Offshore Furling Boom, white (2012)

• Forespar Heavy Duty Vang (2012)

• Furlex 300S Furling Headstay

• Lewmar #44 ST 2-speed self-tailing Electric Winch, 12V – Starboard cabin top

• Lewmar #40 ST 2-speed self-tailing Winch – Port cabin top

• (2) Lewmar #54 ST 2-speed self-tailing Winches – Cockpit

• Stainless steel chainplates, deck fittings and backing plates

• NavTech Hydraulic BackStay Adjuster

• Harken Traveler

• Harken Genoa Tracks

• Dyneema Jib Sheets (2020)

• Full Battened Furling Main (2012)

• 135% Genoa

• Sperry 90% Jib

• High Cut Offshore Jib

• Storm Jib (2004)

• Stay Sail (2004)

• Asymmetrical Spinnaker in Sock

• Windex

• Flag Halyard

• (2) Radar Reflectors


Manufacturer Provided Description

The Tartan 4100 feels right at home rounding buoys, blue water cruising, and family day sailing.  Another winning design from Tim Jackett puts the 4100 within reach of the most discerning cruiser or the competitive club racer.  Her 35+ foot waterline accounts for over eight knots of hull speed helping get you to the mark or that exotic destination with speed, comfort and prowess.

A full-sized T-shaped cockpit with comfortable seating and superbly located sail controls allows you and your mate or your entire crew to easily manage the 4100’s powerful sail plan. 

The 4100 is no exception to Tartan’s high standard of engineering and is designed to be structurally strong and sound.  Like all Tartans, the 4100 is built to meet the rigid standards of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The hull is hand-crafted with a vinylester barrier coat between NPG/ISO gelcoat and the hand laid laminate of unidirectional “E” glass and balsa core.

For added strength and rigidity the floor timbers and full bulkheads are internally framed while still in the mold.  With the same structural integrity of the hull, the deck is sandwich balsa and glass composite. Solid glass and aluminum backing plates are located at all hardware installation points for unsurpassed strength and durability.

The deck is both pleasing to the eye and functional. You and your crew will feel safe and sure footed with the patterned non-skid surface.  Deck hardware is positioned with both convenience and at the correct angles so the energy you expend goes into sailing the 4100, not awkward, inefficient positions.

Relax at the helm and feel the control and the tight responsiveness of the 4100.  The Tartan 4100 brings you comfort, beauty and performance in a craft built with the strictest dedication to strength and durability. Most importantly, it provides unsurpassed freedom and confidence in sailing.

Contact the listing agent, Andrew Savage, for additional information. Cell #:617-851-1133; e-mail: [email protected]

Total Number of Photos: 49

41 ft Tartan 4100 Port Profile
41 ft Tartan 4100 Bow - Port
41 ft Tartan 4100 Bow - Starboard
41 ft Tartan 4100 Starboard - Aft Quarter
41 ft Tartan 4100 Port - Aft Quarter
41 ft Tartan 4100 Transom
41 ft Tartan 4100 Dingy Davit and Outboard Lift
41 ft Tartan 4100 Cockpit
41 ft Tartan 4100 Cockpit Table
41 ft Tartan 4100 Cockpit Table
41 ft Tartan 4100 Bimini
41 ft Tartan 4100 Companionway
41 ft Tartan 4100 Bimini
41 ft Tartan 4100 Solar
41 ft Tartan 4100 Boom
41 ft Tartan 4100 Boom
41 ft Tartan 4100 Mainsail
41 ft Tartan 4100 Jib
41 ft Tartan 4100 Rig
41 ft Tartan 4100 Deck
41 ft Tartan 4100 Deck
41 ft Tartan 4100 Side Deck - Starboard
41 ft Tartan 4100 Side Deck - Port
41 ft Tartan 4100 Deck
41 ft Tartan 4100 Deck
41 ft Tartan 4100 Fore Deck
41 ft Tartan 4100 Windlass
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon - Aft
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon - Port
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon - Port Settee
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon - Dinette
41 ft Tartan 4100 Salon - Starboard
41 ft Tartan 4100 Forward Berth
41 ft Tartan 4100 Forward Berth
41 ft Tartan 4100 Forward Berth
41 ft Tartan 4100 Galley
41 ft Tartan 4100 Galley Refrigeration
41 ft Tartan 4100 Navigation Table
41 ft Tartan 4100 Navigation Instruments
41 ft Tartan 4100 AC-DC Panel
41 ft Tartan 4100 Aft Cabin
41 ft Tartan 4100 Head
41 ft Tartan 4100 Head
41 ft Tartan 4100 Head
41 ft Tartan 4100 Engine
41 ft Tartan 4100 Engine Controls and Hours
41 ft Tartan 4100 On The Hard



Yacht Broker: Andrew Savage CPYB | 617.851.1133 | [email protected]

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