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HomeOwner's Websites

Owner's Websites

Personal web pages of Tartan owners. These are Tartan Tales from owners around the world. The only difference between your sailing experiences and theirs is they put fingers to the keyboard -- contributions welcome. Drop a note in the general forum to include your web site or recommend a link.

    Boat Name Model Description
    Living & Loving Life
    T37   Hull 28 in the Gulf of Mexico
     Snow Lily  T34  Possibly the most ambitious restoration of a Tartan 34.
    Betty Lou  T37  Jay and Muki Kerr's log of adventures off the US Northwest Coast
    Bracer  T34C  In what appears to be the start of a trend, Maarten & Paulien Dudok van Heel relate their story of the second Tartan 34C to be relocated to Europe. After circulation of George Colligan's article in the S&S Association newsletter "The Wave", which is widely read throughout Europe, interest in the model surged.
    Callipygian
    T27 The Winter's adventures aboard Callipygian from Hell Gate to Cape Cod.
    Howl T30 Sailing out of Casco Bay, Howl is an excellent example of the venerable Tartan 30, also available for charter.
    Larina T33 Nice collection of photos and upgrades by owners Bob & Ginger Weismantel along with information on their local cruising grounds along the Hudson.
    Mako T3700 An interesting site detailing a challenging commissioning process on a 2005 T3700.
    Nicknack T37C Paul Nickerson's site about his T37C.
    Pretentious  T26  Tod details the restoration of his T26.
    Rouser T37C Relive the adventures of Eric and Angela as they headed offshore from Olympia, Washington starting August, 2002.
    Rubicon  T34C  Being first in anything is exciting. The RUBICON, hull #1, became the first Tartan 34 Classic in Europe!
    Sea Cup T30 Going to Maine (or beyond)?  Al's narrative contains many good tips on his travels "Down East".
    Silent Storm T27 Amanda's photo album of Silent Storm after an extensive refit.
    Tigger T37C Circumnavigators and authors Sharon and Dave Ragle's home on the net.  You'll never know where they'll be...  Check the site for their latest adventures!
    Vixen T34C An excellent owner's site detailing Jack Waddell's restoration of his T34C.
    Whisper  T37  A two-year family expedition in the South Seas culminated by a solo sail from Auckland, N.Z., to Friday Harbor in 70 days
    Windchime T37C Linda Crown, 58, and Debbie Skinner, 41, left their jobs spending several months getting Windchime, their Tartan 37, ready for the trip, then worked their way across the Atlantic, around the British Isles, through the canals of France and into the Mediterranean and downeast Maine.
    Womble T33 A photo journal of Gregg's T33 with many tips and techniques on maintenance and improvements.

 TONE's Mission: To provide forums for all Tartan owners to exchange information, enjoy boating and social events together,
 and create a sense of fellowship in order to enhance our ownership experiences.

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