Google 1988 Tartan 310

Year: 1988  
Manufacturer: Regent Point Marina
Price: US$49,950  


Visit for more infrmation.   The interior is designed with offshore sailing in mind yet is very contemporary in style.Angled bulkheads and cabin furniture in hand-rubbed teak provide an openness andluxurious look without omitting any necessary features. The forward stateroom provides a double berth to port and a seat, bureau and full hanginglocker to starboard. The enclosed head includes Raritan marine toilet, sink, and shower. Inthe main cabin, a varnished bulkhead-mounted table hinges down between facing settees.To port, a fold-down wing provides full width to the pilot berth (that includes canvas leecloth); a locker and book shelves back the starboard settee. Further sleepingaccommodation is found aft of the navigation station in the generous 5-foot-wide doublequarterberth that is 6’4″ in length.   The galley, shaped in a shallow-U for security in a seaway, wraps the area to starboard at thefoot of the companionway. The large, easily-accessible and well-insulated ice box includeslovely teak grates.   Tartan 31 hull form carries fullness into the ends; her sections are U-shaped with a firm turnat the bilge. The result is excellent form stability, low wetted surface and powerful sailinglines. The hull is constructed of alternating layers of strand mat and uni-directional “E” glasslocally reinforced and partially cored with Baltek balsa for stiffness. Solid glass at all thruhulls,chainplates, and keel. Gelcoat backup layer is laminated and chemically bonded with4mm barrier coat of vinylester for blister resistance.Deck styling is sleek and modern with the emphasis placed on the dual requirements offunction and safety. Deck construction is a hand-laminated sandwich of polyester resin, unidirectional”E” glass and end grain balsa core. Deck gelcoat is white with contrasting sandcolorednon-skid. All hardware installation points are solid glass backed with 1/4″ aluminumplate or FRP backing plates. Deck is joined to hull using SS fasteners that are drilled andtapped into aluminum backing plates molded into the hull flange. Bonded with 5200 sealant.The cockpit is T-shaped; seats are contoured for comfort both under sail and at anchor. Fromthe gently raised hump of the helmsman’s seat, the forward visibility is excellent. Beneaththe starboard seat is a sail locker; two lazarettes flank the helmsman’s seat.Excellent ventilation is provided by: 9 Lewmar aluminum-framed opening portlights withscreens, 2 overhead hatches and 2 – 4″ dorades. There is a fiberglass sliding companionwayhatch and solid teak hatch boards.   This Tartan 31 is fitted with a tall double-spreader masthead rig. The large mainsail insuresgood reaching and off-wind performance; the high-aspect fore-triangle and close sheetinganglesinsure efficient headsails and strong windward performance.    

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10 ft 11 in
6 ft
9030 lb
19 gal
26 ft
31 ft 4 in
16 gal
30 gal

Contact Information

(800) 506-8145
(804) 758-5080
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