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2022 Tartan 245

Annapolis, Maryland


Tartan 245 - Boat of the Year 2022

Annapolis Boat Show Model - Special Price

Versatile, Safe, Stable, Fast!

Say hello to the smallest sailboat in Tartan’s fleet – the Tartan 245. Recently displayed at the Annapolis Boat - NEW! Never sailed! Custom “Stars & Stripes Blue Hull”.  Full Tartan Warranty.  New ramp launch custom trailer.  Save $15,000 over a 2024 model. 

This compact but mighty daysailer is perfect for learn-to-sail programs, club racing, afternoon cruises and weekend island hopping. It guarantees a fantastic day on the water no matter how you sail it! Designed by Tim Jackett of Tartan Yachts and conceived by veteran sailing school director Cai Svendsen, it embodies simplicity, safety, and fun. Beginners will appreciate its user-friendly features, while experienced sailors will enjoy its remarkable performance. This small boat packs big possibilities with a lifting keel, carbon mast/boom, and the ability to be easily trailered and stored. The cuddy provides versatile uses such as camping space, storage for porta potti, cooler & grill, as well as reliable weather protection.

The Tartan 245 ensures inclusivity for all, making it ideal for adaptive sailing. Built to the highest standards and with the reputation of Tartan’s 60+ year legacy, it prioritizes safety without compromising on adventure.  Keep it simple, keep it safe, keep it FUN!! Redefine great days on the water with the Tartan 245.

Standard Equipped as Follows:

  • Flag Blue Hull, Fire Orange Boot, White/Sand Non-Skid Deck
  • Blue canvas interior cushions
  • Asym Spinnaker gear & sprit
  • Deck hardware for 155% genoa incl Harken 15STA
  • 12V Electrical pkg w/ battery, nav lights, 110V inlet, 5 amp charge
  • Full Battened Dacron Mainsail, 1 reef, sunbrella main cover
  • Roller Furling 110% Jib
  • Selden FLX 50 Furling
  • Trailer

Please note that some photos & videos in the listing depict a sister vessel, and is not the specific boat for sale. The boat for sail in this listing is the vessel with the flag blue hull, fire orange boot, and white/sand non-skid deck.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Tartan
Model: 245
Year: 2022
Condition: New
Category: Sail
Builder: Caraluna by Tartan Yachts
Designer: Tim Jackett
Construction: Fiberglass
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Lifting Keel


Length: 24 ft
Length Overall: 24 ft
Waterline Length: 22'2 ft
Beam: 8'5 ft
Max Draft: 4'6 ft
Min Draft: 1'8 ft
Displacement: 2,750 lb
Ballast: 900 lb
Cabins Count: 1

Engines / Speed

Cruising Speed: 6.5 kn
Displacement Type: Dry Load


Maximum Number Of Passengers: 6
Boat Class: Daysailers, Sloop


Mike Mullenberg
Sailboats, Multihulls, Sport Fish, Tugs & Trawlers, Custom Design/Build.
Pacific Cruising Yachts


Pacific Cruising Yachts LLC
Anacortes Marina
Anacortes, WA, US, 98221
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


The Island Packet 350 quickly became one of Island Packet’s most popular models, nestling in the size range big enough for offshore voyaging yet small enough for manageable cruising. Following designer Bob Johnson’s formula of a full keel cruiser with modern construction, it provides ample comfort for two with plenty of room for the occasional guests. The renowned Island Packet construction provides peace of mind few other production boats can.

Legacy is a lightly used and well-cared-for example of the IP350. She is ready to go with furling on both headsails and the mainsail, sturdy davits and two sources of cabin heat.

• Furling Main

• Espar Heat

• Cruiseair air conditioning/reverse cycle heat

• Water heater (2021)

• Ultraleather upholstery

• Iverson dodger and bimini



The Island Packet 350’s interior certainly belies its 35’ length. Pullman style double berths are fore and aft, each providing plenty of privacy and personal storage. The main salon features a fold-down table, which gives the area a very open feel when the table is folded away, yet provides room for 6 diners when down.

The head is forward to starboard and features a shower area with a seat instead of a full shower stall, making the best use of limited space. There are two doors: one leading to the forward cabin and one to the main cabin.

The galley is amazingly spacious for this sized vessel. A fold-up counter extension adds to the food preparation area. There’s a deep two-compartment refrigerator/freezer and a propane stove and oven. There’s also a built-in microwave.

A full chart table to port uses the aft end of the settee as its seat. Instruments, electrical panels and communications electronics are located here.


Fold-down table

Hillerange 2-burner propane stove with oven

Adler Barbour C1502JR1500 refrigeration

Origo microwave oven

(3) Hella fans

Freshwater handpump

Jabsco 36950-2500 pressurized freshwater pump

Whale Legacy S600 water heater (2021)

Espar Diesel Heater

Marine Air Systems VCP16K air conditioning and reverse cycle heat

Ultraleather upholstery

Raritan marine toilet

Jabsco Model 18590-series macerator (new pump assembly and discharge hoses 11/21)

Bug screens for hatches, companionway

Insignia television with DVD

Sony MEX-M718T stereo with Bluetooth with remote

RCA speakers

Electronics and Navigation

Raytheon ST60 Tridata depth/speed/apparent wind

Raytheon ST-6000+ autopilot

Samsung laptop with Odyssey Navigation

Raytheon RL70C radar w/ repeater at navigation station

Garmin Echomap UHD chartplotter

Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF

Horizon RAM mic at helm

ICOM IC-M34 handheld VHF

5” Ritchie Globemaster compass

Proctor Modem

ICOM 610 SSB (uninstalled)

ICOM AT-130 automatic antenna tuner for SSB


12-volt DC system

125-volt AC system

Heart Freedom Marine 15 inverter charger 1500 watts/745 amp charge

Bass AC Power Selector

Xantrax power monitor

Xantrax Link Pro synchronizer

Balmar 90-100 alternator

C-Charger 5000 secondary battery charger

Balmar Max Charge MC-612 regulator

(5) Lifeline AGM house batteries – total 500 amp hours

Lifeline AGM starting battery 100 amp hours


Yanmar 3JH3E diesel auxiliary (1789 hours)

Racor 500 MA fuel filter

3-blade solid propeller

Fisher-Panda generator has been removed, but wiring and plumbing ready for new install

Deck and Hull

Island Packets have rightfully earned the reputation of having tough construction. In fact, the construction is CE Category A (unlimited offshore use) certified for Europe. A solid FRP hull laminate feature vinylester resin on the outer layers and polyester on the inner layers. The deck is cored with Island Packet’s Polycore foam. The chainplates come to the hull sides where there is massive strengthening, tying into a fiberglass grid. Combined with the full keel, encased ballast design, the hull and deck present a formidable structure.


Whitlock Cobra rack and pinion steering system

Iverson dodger

Iverson bimini and connector

Kato stainless steel davits that can hold both dinghy and kayak

Lofrans Kobra 1000 horizontal windlass with helm control

Rocna 25kg anchor with ~250’ 5/16ths  high test chain

Lewmar 20kg Bruce type anchor with ~200’ 5/16ths  chain

Double anchor rollers on bow

Fortress Fx 16 anchor mounted on stern pulpit

Hull is bonded

(10) opening ports in cabintop

Opening port from aft cabin to cockpit well

(5) Lewmar opening hatches

(3) stainless steel Dorade vents

(2) Canvas sheet pockets

(2) stainless steel handrails

(6) mooring cleats

(4) chocks

(2) chafe bars amidships

Double lifelines with gates

(4) Safety harness padeyes in cockpit

Cockpit shower

Groco water strainers throughout

Outboard bracket on stern

Corner seats at aft end of cockpit

Cockpit table

Anchor washdown pump on foredeck

(2) 9.3 lb. galvanized propane tanks located in locker amidships (2020)

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Additional Contact Information
Please call Mike Mullenberg for questions at 425-998-8731 or email
Stock Tartan 245 located Annapolis.  Boat Show model.  Special pricing.  Test sail available.