Neff Yacht Sales / Used 40 foot TARTAN 40 Cruising Sailboat - Chambesy

TARTAN 40

Chambesy

1985 • 40' (12.19 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$114,500 USD

Chambesy's current owners have enjoyed her for the last 20 years and sailed her largely on the Chesapeake Bay. She has been well maintained over her lifetime and it shows! They undertook some major upgrades in 2009 - 2011 and again in 2017. She has low engine and generator hours and her sails are still crisp. This centerboard version gives you the best of both worlds - you can gunkhole with the centerboard up (4'9") or drop the centerboard to 8'5" for performance sailing.

The Tartan 40 has a wonderful sailing hull and is built for fast, sea-kindly sailing in all weather conditions. Chambesy has a stunning blue hull and cuts a fine figure on the water. The interior wood is warm and traditional and the accommodations, 2 cabin-1 head, are well appointed.

UPGRADES INCLUDE:

  • Yanmar 54HP engine (2011) - less than 250 hours
  • NextGen 3.5KW generator (2011) - 29 hours
  • Sails & Running rigging (2009)
  • Adler Barbour refrigeration (2011)
  • 12G Raritan water heater (2011)
  • Interior cushions (2011)
  • Dodger & Bimini (2011)
  • Maxwell Electric windlass w/ remote (2017)
  • Anchor washdown (2017)
  • Mantus 45lb anchor w/ chain & rode (2017)
  • Teak & holly cabin sole (2017)
  • New water tanks and hoses (2017)
  • Standard Horizon VHF w/ GPS and AIS (2017)
  • New cockpit table (2017)

Chambesy is not to be missed!

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Vessel Information

Builder: TARTAN
Model: 40
Model Year: 1985
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 40' (12.19 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.86 m)
Draft Feet: 8' (2.57 m)
Engine Info: Twin, Yanmar
Staterooms: 2

Location: Mathews, Virginia United States
City: Mathews
Country: United States

Accommodations

Chambesy is based on the Plan A layout with a full, aft-facing nav station to port and a fully-enclosed quarter cabin opposite to starboard. The quarter berth cabin is spacious with numerous drawers, lockers and shelves plus a cushioned dressing seat, mirror and counter. The galley is to port and provides the cook with secure bracing even in the roughest seas. It segues into the Nav Station which is tucked in under the cockpit. A wet locker/hanging locker is opposite the galley to starboard just aft of the beautifully appointed main salon which has a C-shaped settee to port, round a dining table and Pullman-style settee opposite to starboard. Forward of the main salon, to port, is the head compartment with a full mirror, sink, separate shower stall and head. Abundant drawers and louvered cabinets for storage.

Opposite the head to starboard are two large hanging lockers with drawers and bins beneath. Further forward a large V-berth with a bi-fold door for privacy, dressing seat and ample shelves and drawers . Access to the chain locker forward is via another louvered door in the forepeak.

Galley

  • Gas Systems CNG 3-burner stove w/ oven
  • Haier Microwave (2011)
  • Adler Barbour top-loading fridge/freezer (2011)
  • Double S/S sink
  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Fresh water foot pump
  • Storage above and below counter level

Electronics

  • 1 x 30 A shorepower inlet
  • 1 x 30 A shorepower cable
  • NextGen 3.5KW Generator w/ 29 hrs (2011)
  • Marine Air Reverse Cycle Aircon - 16K BTU (2006)
  • Raritan 12 G water heater (2011)
  • ProMariner Pronautic 1250 Battery Charger w/ remote (2013)
  • 1 x 12V AGM Start Battery
  • 2 x LIfeline 6V AGM House batteries
  • Xantrex Link 2000 R battery monitor
  • Wired for a Heart 3000 inverter/charger

Electrical

  • 1 x 30 A shorepower inlet
  • 1 x 30 A shorepower cable
  • NextGen 3.5KW Generator w/ 29 hrs (2011)
  • Marine Air Reverse Cycle Aircon - 16K BTU (2006)
  • Raritan 12 G water heater (2011)
  • ProMariner Pronautic 1250 Battery Charger w/ remote (2013)
  • 1 x 12V AGM Start Battery
  • 2 x LIfeline 6V AGM House batteries
  • Xantrex Link 2000 R battery monitor
  • Wired for a Heart 3000 inverter/charger

Sails and Rigging

  • Hood Vectron Classic mainsail w/ Dutchman system (2009)
  • Hood Vectron 130% Genoa (2009)
  • Harken furler
  • Staysail
  • UK Gennaker w/ sock
  • Removable inner forestay
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Jacklines

Deck and Cockpit

  • Bow roller
  • Mantus 45lb Anchor w/ 60' 3/8 chain & 250' 5/8 rode (2017)
  • Danforth anchor rode & chain
  • Maxwell RC10 Electric windlass w/ remote (2017)
  • Jabsco Anchor washdown
  • Lewmar ST55 Primary winches
  • Lewmar ST43 Secondary winches
  • Dodger
  • Bimini
  • Connector
  • Wheel & Pedestal
  • Custom cockpit table
  • Swim ladder

Engine

Installed in 2011:

  • Yanmar 4JH5E (54HP) Engine
  • drive shaft
  • cutlass bearing
  • packing gland
  • MaxProp Folding Prop

Recent Upgrades

2019

  • Transom repainted

2017

  • New teak and holly cabin sole
  • Water tanks
  • Plumbing hoses
  • Raritan head rebuilt
  • New bilge-pump switch

2010

  • All new interior cushions

Additional Equipment

  • Life Jackets
  • Inflatable life vests
  • Lifesling
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • CO monitor
  • Spares for engine & genset
  • Docklines
  • Fenders
  • Foot pump in head

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