One of the finest examples of a Tartan 372 we have seen. "She is a remarkably fine and well maintained boat!", "Snickers" is absolutely worth your further investigation. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss her further, please contact us at your leisure. Please allow us to be of further service!
Isomat Mast, Harken MK II Roller Furling, 2016 Windex, Updated Lines and Halyards, Lazy Jacks, Selden Rigid Vang, (2) Barient #28 Self Tailing Winches, (1) Barient #24 Self Tailing Winches, (2) #18 Barient 2 Speed Winches
2008 Harken Traveler, 2008 Harken Halyard Blocks
Engine - 2018 Rebuilt Marine Gear and new Shaft Coupling and realigned engine.
2013 Replaced Motor Mounts
All O Rings and Gaskets in Fuel system replaced.
PYI - Drip-less Shaft Seal
Galley - Double Stainless Steel Sinks, Trash Bin, Teak Cabinets
Interior - 2007 All new Interior Cushions, courtesy lights, Clock & Barometer
Electrical - 2018 (3) 12 Volt Deep Cycle Series 27 Batteries, Heart Link 20, Heart Interface 3 Stage High Output Alternator Regulator, Balmar High Output Alternator
Plumbing - 2014 New Aluminum Water Tank, 2015 Shurflo Water System Pump
Deck - 35 lb. CQR Anchor w/ 85' Chain and 180' Rode, Spare Danforth Style Anchor, Custom Companionway Doors w/ Screens, Companionway Boards, Hatch Screens, Cup Holders at Helm, Lifeline Gates Port and Starboard, S.S. Dorade Guards, 2014 Lifesling, 2006 Horseshoe Buoy w/ MOB Light
Canvas - 2007 Dodger and Bimini in excellent shape with side curtains complete enclosure, 2007 Wheel and Binnacle Cover, Hatch Covers and Screens
Miscellaneous - (4) Docklines, (2) CNG Tanks, US Ensign Flag with Staff
2016 Boat Tailors Custom Winter Cover
“Snickers” is a great sailing and cruising boat in a variety of conditions, be it light air or shortened sail in heavy air. She is easily driven and maneuverable under sail or power. Her decks are wide and easy to get around. Snickers is easy to live aboard which we have done when cruising. A few years ago cruising the North Channel of Lake Huron we had ample room for food stores, clothing, and refrigerated items. Her berths are comfortable and it's neat at night to curl up and watch TV or a DVD whether we're tied up or at anchor. Of particular note are the many overhead handrails below to grab onto when in a seaway or heeled. Also, the gimbaled stove is especially handy keeping things level in food preparation. The nav station is a favorite place large enough to work whether charting or doing a project. Dual GPS charting can be done ahead in the nav station then transferred to the helm station. “Snickers” is sleek and graceful yet powerful beauty to be loved!