"Apsara" has been well maintain by her original owner. She is powered by a Yanmar 38 hp and carries a standard main, furling 115% and 135% jib, and flies and Asy Spinnaker .
"When Tartan's designer, Tim Jackett, set out to create the latest in a long line of excellent 37-footers from Tartan, he thought past the "usual" approach to the performance / accommodation puzzle to arrive at a number of "wow, that's the way to go" - styple solutions. the results is a fast and stable performance cruising yacht with an uncommonly welcoming and functional interior. A key aspect of the Tartan 3700'sreassuring stability is the generous 12'7" beam that is carried well aft, but with an innovative twist at the stern where topside flare adds plenty of deck and cockpit space, while keeping the transom waterline on the trim side. The tall, two-spreader masthead rig provides plenty of sail for rewarding performance in light winds, and each of the 3700's keel options is designed to make the boat stand up and keep driving in breezy conditions. The accommodation plan of the Tartan 3700 works equally well for accommodating a group or for papering a family. the two staterooms are completely private, each with generous size clothes drawers and hanging locker. And by cleverly angling the bulkheads of the dinette outward and angling the bulkheads of the nave station and galley inward the feel of the 3700's interior suits the particular function of each space."
Roger and Dinah Goodsell
Cell 510-710-6822 / 510-710-6823
1070 Marina Village Pkwy #101 A
Alameda, CA 94501
As you enter the companionway on "Apsara" you have a fresh, open and welcoming feel. Full galley to starboard with access to the aft stateroom and great headroom and storage. To port of the companionway is a full head with step in shower. Manuel head with macerator and Y valuve. Moving forward you have an inline Nav Station to port and a long settee port and mid ship. Adjacent to starboard is large U shaped dinette area. Centerline is a teak table with drop down leaves on both sides ... dinner for 4 or more ! Forward is the V berth stateroom with sink and vanity along with drawers and hanging locker.
""U" shaped galley lies to starboard of the companionway with sink area running midline, just across from stove area. Ample working counter area and storage from drawers to cupboards.
In line Nav Station , port of companionway with 12V/110 panel and breakers at your finger tips. Storage space for future electronics , desk and drawers .
(2) GP27 House + (1) GP27 Starter Batteries ... 2014
At the helm....
Powered power and Yanmar 38 hp 3 CYL FWC
The hull on the 3700 is of hand-laid fiberglass with uni-directional E-glass in high stress areas & CoreCell high impact-resistant synthetic coring below the waterline and end grain balsa coring above the waterline. a vinylester barrier coat provides blister resistance below the waterline. Thru-hulls are flush-mounted Marelon fittings. Ballast in the form of a bolted-on cast lead keel mounted to a reinforced keel stub. Decks are also of hand-laid fiberglass reinforced with uni-directional E-glass with an end-grain balsa core. All thru-hull and thru-deck penetrations are through solid fiberglass and all deck hardware is backed up with 1/4" aluminum plates. The hull-to-deck joint is bonded with 3M 5200 sealant and mechanically fastened with stainless steel fasteners tapped into an aluminum backing plated molded into the hull flange. The foam-core elliptical balanced rudder blade is built with uni-directional E-glass skins on a 3.5" oversized 304 stainless steel rudder post. Structural fiberglass floor timbers are bonded to the hull and structural bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck.
The large T-shape cockpit is very comfortable to sit in and move around in. Seatbacks are ergonomically designed and provide good support. the raised helmsman seat provides better visibility forward from the helm. the coamings aft are broad enough and clear of hardware to provide excellent outboard seating for the helmsman and ready access to the primary winches. There is a deep storage locker to port, two additional lazarette's in the quarters and a dedicated LPG storage locker in the aft port coaming. A stern boarding gate allows easy access to the electrically operated fold-down transom / swim - boarding platform.
"Apsara" was last hulled out at bottom painted @ KKMI 12/ 2017
Double spreader , keel stepped , sloop rig with all lines leading aft to cockpit to rope clutches and winches.
The Tartan 3700 performs like a Champion, with Speed, Agility and Graceful Beauty. Her moderate beam and long waterline paired with the beavertail keel provides excellent stability and sail carrying ability.
1070 Marina Village Parkway
Suite # 101A
Alameda, CA 94501