Tartan 34C For Sale - $12,000 (Clinton, CT)

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70 Riverside Dr
boat type: sailboat
propulsion type: power
condition: good
engine hours (total): 54
length overall (LOA): 34
make / manufacturer: Tartan 34-C
model name / number: Tartan 34-C
year manufactured: 1974
The Tartan 34C is a traditional design sailing yacht. It is a keel centerboard with great windward performance and is capable of cruising shallow waters. It was designed by the globally-renowned nautical architects Sparkman Stephens in 1969 as a blue-water racing and cruising boat. When first launched, the Tartan 34C won the Newport-Bermuda race among other well known competitive racing events. As a cruising boat, the Tartan 34C has been sailed around the world. It continues to be sailed around the planet to this day.

This Tartan 34C, the AGAMEMNON, is in good condition. I bought the boat in 2023 from the second owner. Unfortunately I recently lost my job and am not able to handle the expenses of owning a boat like this in the future. Under the previous owner, it was re-powered in 2012 with a 30hp Yanmar diesel engine. It was fitted with a new drive train and a new exhaust system to the stern. The bottom was blasted clean and repainted with an epoxy undercoat. The mast was stripped and repainted.

It has a few upgrades from the original. It has a Datamarine wind and water instrumentation install that I have never used. The previous owner made some deck replacement repairs around both chainplate areas. All other systems have aged appropriately under the care of attentive and safety-conscious sailors.


Double lifelines 24” with gated openings starboard & port.
Roller furling headstay.
Danforth anchor; aluminum light weight.
Combination rope & chain anchor rode; chain is about 50 feet long.
Wheel steering.
The original wooden tiller is stored on the boat.
Original snatch blocks for jib fairleads.
Headsail & mainsail sheets.
Two headsails (good condition130% & 160%).
Mainsail with two reef points.
Mainsail & headsail rope halyards.
Braided dock lines bow, stern & spring.
Two 110V shore power electrical chords.
Cockpit cushions starboard & port full length made in 2020.
Interior cushions: quarter berth, main cabin & forward cabin.


New Yanmar diesel (2012); 3 cylinder, 30 HP; low hours.
Engine exhaust rerouted to the stern of the boat.
Stainless steel propeller shaft.
Dripless stuffing box.
Centerboard pin replaced (2018).
New 8 mm headstay
Top of the line Harken furler ( 2023). Photo shows the previous furler.
Bottom sand blasted & epoxy coated (2014).
Mast stripped & repainted (2014).
Wifi Furuno Mast mounted radar antennae.
Inside mast conduit to house electrical wiring.
Electrical panel.
Automatic bilge pump.
Mast steaming & deck lights.
Bow & stern running lights.
Raritan toilet, manual, plus intake & discharge hoses.


- It has been lightly use over the past 5 years, but maintained in a professional yard.

Berth lengths:
- Each of the two v-beths is 8 feet
- Quarter berth: 8 feet 2 inches
- Main cabin single berth: 7 feet 2 inches
- Main cabin converts to a double berth: 6 feet 4 inches

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