Yes, that is correct. It is an older Tartan 41 that had 3 feet added to the stern while being manufactured.Assuming this is an older boat, the Tartan 44 is just a Tartan 41 with a stretched-out stern. The result is a bit of an odd duck, with a very narrow, long overhanging stern that is of little practical use.
He had the 44 before the Holland:Are you referring to Agape? That was a Kaufman designed two tonner. I’m not sure if it was built by Tartan though.
That solves the mystery. Both of those boats were before I got involved with his program. And to bring the story full circle, his daughter currently has a Tartan 4000, so they must like the brand.He had the 44 before the Holland:
Terry Kohler, who discovered a love for sailing as a boy aboard his mother’s Alden-desigend schooner Venturer, dedicated himself to making the sport more technologically advanced as well as more accessible to sailors of all abilities, all from a sleepysailingmagazine.net