$98,000 | Marion MA

General Description

An excellent example of the classic Tartan 372, Split Decision has seen exceptional care from her long-term owners and thoughtful annual upgrades. A family cruiser-racer that is ready to go sailing.

Accommodations

Split Decision sleeps seven in a traditional layout with two private staterooms.

The teak and holly soles were new in 2021 and are in exquisite condition with satin varnish.

The forward stateroom has an oversized double V berth, hanging locker, drawers, port and starboard settees, sink with vanity. There are three overhead hatches in this cabin.

The main saloon has inviting settees port and starboard with updated ultra-suede cushions, a centerline drop leaf table that easily seats 6+. Storage in lockers and shelves outboard port and starboard. Tankage below the settees.

The straight settee to port doubles as a single sea berth.

The L settee to starboard pulls out into a generous double berth.

There is a large overhead hatch and six opening portlights in the main cabin.

Nav station to port with an opening chart table, rolled chart storage, drawers and shelves. AC / DC Distribution panel. Stereo, VHF, plotter. (See electronics list)

The head is aft to port with marine toilet (new 2017), sink, vanity mirror and shower with sump. There is an overhead hatch and an opening portlight.

The galley is to starboard with centerline-double-stainless steel sinks, hot and cold pressure water (water heater replaced 2020), manual foot pump (new 2019), refrigerator and freezer with side opening fridge access, Tasco three burner propane stove with oven, Sharp microwave, drawers and outboard cabinets.

The guest stateroom is aft to starboard with an extremely large double berth, outboard shelf, cabinet and hanging locker. One overhead hatch, one side opening portlight and two cockpit-opening portlights.


Mechanical

Yanmar 3-cylinder, fresh water cooled 3HM 35F

Estimated engine hours 1,400

Refrigerator / Freezer - cold plates with compressor in laz

Propane storage in ventilated locker in cockpit.

Updated propane regulator / solenoid

Air cond ducting with two air handlers (compressor has been removed - air cond is out of service)

Manual Muir windlass

High Tensile Danforth Anchor with chain and rope rode

Secondary chain and rope rode

Bruce anchor

Aluminum Fortress anchor

New Gori 2-blade folding prop 2022

New throttle cable 2022

New Engine Mounts 2020

New Cutlass bearing 2020

New rear main seal 2020

Rebuilt transmission 2020

New Racor filter system 2018

New stop cable 2018

Cooling system cleaned, inspected and thermostat replaced 2017


Electrical / Electronics

  • 110 volt AC and 12 volt DC distribution panel at the nav station
  • 30 A Shore power inlet
  • Upgraded engine alternator Balmar 140 Amp with ARS-5 Regulator
  • 2 Group 31 House Batteries
  • 1 Group 31 Engine Start Battery
  • House and Engine Start Battery Switches
  • Trace Inverter / Charger 20 Amp
  • Raymarine Axiom 9" chartplotter at helm in pod (new 2021)
  • Raymarine depth, speed, apparent wind and Autopilot controls at helm in pod
  • Raymarine EV wheel autopilot (new 2021)
  • Raymarine RC435 Chartplotter at nav station
  • Sony AM/FM CD
  • Uniden VHF - with DSC at nav station


Sails and Rigging

  • Sloop rigged with aluminum mast and boom
  • Harken Roller furling headstay
  • Quantum 4 batten mainsail with cover
  • Quantum 130% Genoa (higher cut)
  • Quantum 145% Genoa (deck sweeper) 2015
  • UK Cruising Spinnaker
  • Lazy jacks
  • Slab reefing mainsail
  • Inboard and outboard jib tracks
  • All lines lead aft to cockpit
  • 2 rope clutches on cabin top to port
  • 4 rope clutches on cabin top to stbd
  • Hydraulic backstay adjuster
  • Rigid boom vang
  • Spinnaker pole in deck chocks
  • Standing rigging replaced (2020)
  • Barient 28 self tailing primary winches
  • Barient 24 self tailing, port side cabin top
  • Barient 18 port side cabin top
  • Barient 18 stbd side cabin top
  • Dodger, bimini and connector (2018)
  • Outboard engine crane


Hull and Deck

Shoal draft Scheel Keel, 4' 9"

Bottom soda blasted, barrier coated, and painted (2021)

Original gelcoat topsides and deck, gray non-skid.

Professionally maintained varnish on toe rail and handrails

Six overhead hatches, 10 opening portlights.

Stainless steel bow pulpit with stainless steel stanchions, double lifelines with gates port and starboard and a stainless steel stern rail w/ outboard engine mount and outboard lifting crane.

T-shaped cockpit with lazzarette, vented propane locker, Edson pedestal (new 2010), engine controls and dodger with bimini and connector.

 Additional equipment: Lifesling, fenders, docklines, lifejackets, Edson side boarding step. 


Notable Upgrades

2022

New Gori Folding 2-blade Prop

Throttle Cable replaced

2021

Soda blasted bottom, barrier coat, bottom paint

New Raymarine Axiom Chart plotter at helm

New Raymarine EV wheel autopilot

New Teak and Holly cabin sole

2020

Standing Rigging Replaced - uppers, lowers, backstay and turn buckles

New Hot water heater

New Engine Mounts

New Cutlass Bearing

Replaced engine rear main seal

Transmission removed and rebuilt

2019

Galley foot pump replaced

Lazy Jacks replaced

2018

Repainted boot stripes - Awlgrip

Replaced Racor fuel filter system

Intermediate shrouds replaced

Stop Cable replaced

Bimini Replaced

New Connector from bimini to dodger

2017

Mast Inspected

New marine toilet

Engine heat exchanger cleaned, inspected

Thermostat replaced

2010

New Edson Pedestal and Pedestal Guard



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General Information

  • Boat Name Split Decision
  • Manufacturer Tartan
  • Model 372
  • Model Year 1989
  • Displacement 15200

Dimensions

  • LOA 37
  • Beam 12
  • Draft 4

Tankage

  • Fuel Capacity 37|gallon
  • Water Capacity 86|gallon