2014 Tartan 4700

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Yacht Overview

Make: Tartan

Model: 4700

Year: 2014

Length: 47′

Located In: Tampa, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 9017892


Exceptional, Beautiful and Functional rugged Offshore Passagemaker

Rare opportunity to acquire a highly sought after blue water Cruiser!

Full Specs

Boat Name



LOA: 47
LWL: 39
Beam: 14.08 ft
Maximum Draft: 6.25 ft
Ballast: 9,000 lb
Dry Weight: 28,000 lb


Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: Penta D2 75
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 75|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (200 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (160 Gallon)


Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

Manufacturer Provided Description

At Tartan Yachts we have a passion to deliver the best sailboat owner experience possible. Our commitment to design and engineering is based on total performance. We don’t believe that a simple superficial appeal to aesthetics is enough to serve the interests of our owners. Our designers, builders and sales team understand and appreciate that every yacht we build must be the best yacht we build. Most importantly we are committed to the next 50 years with the focus of simply making our customer experience the best the industry has to offer.

The arrangement plan for the 4700 features a two cabin, two head layout. Both the forward and aft staterooms berths are queen sized and each cabin has a head accessible from the cabin. Both heads include a stall shower. The onboard cook will appreciate the ample space allocated to the galley; a double sink, large front and top load icebox, 3-burner LPG stove and large storage areas. Taking full advantage of the raised coach roof, extensive ventilation, light and airy are the best descriptions for the main salon and navigation station area of the boat. Whether it's long weekends aboard, summer cruises or offshore destination cruising, the 4700 can be tailored to satisfy your sailing lifestyle.

The 4700's deck features wide side decks, extensive ventilation in a wide array of stainless steel port lights and hatches, and a large and comfortable cockpit with all sail controls led aft for sailing convenience. Tartan owners put sailing performance first, and the 4700 deck plan is optimized to allow her crew to efficiently tweak sail shape and trim from the security of the cockpit and helm areas. Her all chrome winches and polished stainless hardware are from the best suppliers in the industry. Few yachts can match the ventilation of a Tartan and the 4700 continues the theme with 12 opening port lights and 9 deck hatches. Dockside or sailing, the cockpit is the center of on board activities, rack and pinion steering, long contoured seating and a walkthrough transom platform provide comfort and convenience.

Efficient sailing performance is at the core of every Jackett designed Tartan. The new 4700 has been fit with the CCR sail plan, which was originally introduced on the Boat of the Year award winning Tartan 3400. The rig features a tall fractional working sail plan with a self tacking jib for upwind work and a masthead 155% reacher for great off wind performance. A carbon fiber pocketboom with integral lazy jacks and sail cover help tame the main, while still allowing the sail maker the latitude to build a fully battened, high performance mainsail. Of course a large sail plan requires great stability, and the all lead bulb keel and light and strong carbon fiber mast combine to provide excellent sail carrying ability, a high range of positive stability and a sea kindly motion offshore.

  • NPG Isophthalic gelcoat
  • Infused BPA modified epoxy hull
  • Locally reinforced at high load areas
  • Closed cell synthetic foam hull coring
  • Resin infused hull laminated in “one shot” eliminating secondary bonding of structural materials
  • Interior surfaces painted out with enamel gelcoat for aesthetics
  • Internal structural grid designed to carry rig and keel loads, glass taped into hull
  • UL and ABS approved, corrosion free Marelon flush thru hull fittings • All hull penetrations made into solid fiberglass “core windows”
  • Built to meet ABS Plan Certification
  • Transferrable 10-year hull structural and blister warranty
  • PVC hull rubstrake (Tartan option)
  • Boat name and home port graphics (Tartan custom)

  • NPG Isophthalic gelcoat
  • Infused BPA modified epoxy deck
  • CNC computer cut sealed end grain balsa coring
  • Locally reinforced at high load areas
  • Molded nonskid surface on working areas
  • All deck penetrations made into solid fiberglass “core windows”
  • 6061 T6 aluminum backing plates added at lamination for all loaded hardware
  • Inward facing hull flange with integrally molded 6061 T6 aluminum bar forming a full length backing plate for hull to deck joint
  • Hull to deck joint fasteners, stainless steel to meet or exceed ABS standard for offshore use
  • Hull to deck joint bonded with 3M 5200 adhesive sealant

Keel Details
  • Beavertail bulbed keel, 9750 lbs (Tartan option)
  • Template ground for fit and maximum performance
  • Faired and epoxy coated
  • Keel is thru-bolted to hull with cast in place stainless steel bolts
  • Keel bolt quantity and size exceed ABS standard for offshore use


Rudder and Steering System
  • Console style rack and pinion steering pedestal
  • 54” stainless steel leather wrapped wheel (Tartan option)
  • Stainless steel pedestal guard
  • Single lever engine control with stainless steel handle
  • 5” binnacle compass with stainless steel hood
  • High density, closed cell foam rudder blade with reinforced skins
  • Autoclave cured carbon fiber rudder post with stainless steel bearing sleeves
  • High-density, low-friction, self aligning roller rudder bearings
  • Neoprene gator rudder post seal
  • Emergency tiller

Engine and Mechanical
  • 75 hp diesel
  • 4-blade folding propeller (Flexofold 3 blade prop, 2021)
  • Pedestal mount engine panel
  • 120 gallon (454 l) fuel capacity in aluminum tank with remote gauge (+40 gallon fuel tank)
  • Fuel filter/water separator (generator primary filter upgrade to Racor 500 filter/separator, Tartan 2014)
  • Lead lined engine insulation
  • Engine service access front, sides, and aft
  • 80-amp output alternator (M700/5 power amp, Tartan 2014)
  • Bow thruster 6 Kw (8 Hp) with dedicated battery bank forward (3 x Optima AGM 55Ah bank forward for windlass and bow thruster, new 2022)

  • •      Northern Lights M673LD3 5KW generator (Tartan option)

    •      Batteries: (2) 8D AGM house batteries, (1) AGM Group 27 engine battery, (1) Group 34 AGM generator battery, (3) Optima AGM windlass/bow thruster batteries

    •      30 AMP full sine wave battery charger/invertor

    •      Polished chrome and stainless steel interior lighting fixtures with LED lights

    •      Automatic lights in hanging lockers, main cabin lockers, and refrigerator compartment

    •      Service lighting in engine compartment and cockpit lockers

    •      Directional LED reading lights at berths and main cabin settees

    •      Directional LED spotlights over main cabin table

    •      Recessed, dimmable spotlights in main, forward, and aft cabins

    •      Interior, cockpit, and swim platform courtesy LED lighting

    •      (2) 30 AMP shore power services

    •      (1) shore cable internet/cable service (Tartan custom)

    •      110 VAC digital metered distribution panel

    •      110 VAC outlets in each cabin with GFI protection

    •      12 VDC & 110 VAC digital metered distribution panel

    •      Battery selector switch

    •      Electrical bonding system

    •      Electric sump pump with automatic float switch for icebox and shower drains

    •      Electric bilge pumps with automatic float switches and manual overrides

    •      High water bilge alarm

    •      UL approved, stranded, tinned copper wiring

    •      Wiring bundled in PVC conduit with room for future installations

    •      All wiring chafe protected where it passes through internal structure

    •      ABYC compliant color coded wiring throughout

    •      USCG approved navigation lights on bow rail, stern rail, and mast

    •      12 VDC outlets at nav and helm

    •      Floodlight on radar pole (Tartan custom)

Electronics (Tartan Options)
  • •      Raymarine Seatalk NG backbone system

    •      Raymarine i70 base system, depth/speed/temp, apparent wind

    •      Raymarine 4KW 18” radome

    •      Edson radar mast with electric leveler

    •      Raymarine i70 instrument at nav station

    •      (2) Raymarine i70 instruments at companionway with wiring for 2 more

    •      Raymarine Sirius XM weather receiver

    •      Raymarine e125 chartplotter at nav station

    •      Raymarine c125 chartplotter at helm

    •      Raymarine P70 Smart Pilot below-deck autopilot

    •      Raymarine AIS 650 transceiver

    •      ICOM M604 VHF at nav station with remote ComandMic III at helm (Tartan custom)

Galley and Plumbing
  • •      3-burner Force 10 gimbaled LPG stove with oven and broiler

    •      LPG sniffer with automatic shut off

    •      LPG line to stern rail for grill (Tartan custom)

    •      Solid-stock, wood-faced cabinetry with raised panel access doors

    •      Solid-stock, wood-faced, dovetailed cutlery drawers

    •      Molded 9” deep double sinks with premium marine grade galley faucet and manual foot pump with swivel spigot

    •      Granicoat solid surface galley countertops

    •      Storage under galley sink through ventilated raised panel cherry doors

    •      Split teak cutting board with waste bin under

    •      (2) 12 VDC Frigoboat fridge and freezer refrigeration with keel cooler (Tartan custom)

    •      Molded icebox with Granicoat solid surface countertop and 4” foam insulation with insulated top and side access. Insulated divider in box

    •      Hot and cold pressure water with service access to pump and plumbing

    •      Polyethylene tubing and Whale mechanical fittings for freshwater plumbing

    •      All below waterline hose connections are double clamped with stainless steel hose clamps

    •      Premium marine grade hoses used throughout

    •      200 gallons of freshwater tankage with distribution manifold

    •      11-gallon water heater, operates on 110 VAC or engine heat exchanger

    •      Dockside pressure water (Tartan option)

    •      Hot and