T30 Archive

1986 Ticon T30 sailboat for sale in Michigan

Ticon T30 Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1986 30′ 11′ 4’11’ Michigan $15,900 Description: 1986 Ticon 30. Fractional Sloop with cradleSails- main and 155 genoa, Used for 5 seasons. Furling head sail and lazy jack main sail cover.18 hp Volva Penta engine. 20 gallon fuel tank.Refrigerator, hot water tank, 30 gallon fresh water tank.

1986 Ticon T30 sailboat for sale in Michigan

Ticon T30 Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1986 30′ 11′ 4’11’ Michigan $15,900 Description: Starting to prep the boat for launch. If it is not sold by the time I launch in mid MAY , I will probably keep it for the summer. 1986 Ticon 30. Fractional Sloop with cradleSails- main and 155 genoa,

1985 Seidelmann T30 sailboat for sale in Maryland

Seidelmann T30 Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1985 30′ ‘ 4’5′ Maryland $4,890 Description: Exterior wise this is a good boat. Many sail bags. Main, Genoa and Storm Jib in good shape. Good running Yanmar 2GM20. Wheel steering. Equipment: Interior needs TLC. Stove, ice box, nav ctr and head. Material Hull Type Rigging Cabins

1978 Tartan T30 Sloop sailboat for sale in Florida

Tartan T30 Sloop Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1978 30′ 10′ 4.9′ Florida $19,900 Description: The Tartan 30 designed by Sparkman & Stevens is a well built fast sailor with a narrow beam and fin keel with lead ballast. There were 606 built from 1972 to 1979 and there are over 500 still being

1978 Tartan T30 sailboat for sale in Florida

Tartan T30 Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1978 30′ 10′ 5′ Florida $13,900 Description: Classic Tartan 30 in excellent shape. A fun, fast boat for racing or cruising and ready to go. Side galley layout with two separate quarterberths. Dinghy included. Solar refrigeration. Equipment: SAILS and CANVASMain, Roller Furling 150% and 135% Genoas, Asymmetrical

1975 Tartan T30 sailboat for sale in Massachusetts

Tartan T30 Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1975 30′ 10′ 4’11’ Massachusetts $8,500 Description: Construction: Fiberglass. High glass ratios of mat and woven roving produce hull surfaces able to withstand the punishment of a head sea without “oil canning.” The tasteful employment of liners eliminates condensation as well as providing a maintenance-free interior surface.
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