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  • Sold
  • Sail / Racers and Cruisers
  • Tartan / 372
  • 1989 / Used
  • 37'2" / 12'4"
  • Yanmar 3HM35F
  • Diesel

Racers and Cruisers 1989 Tartan 372

Off Market since Nov 24th 2022

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Ginger Lily is a clean and well maintained shoal draft, aft cabin, cruiser/racer that sleeps seven comfortably. Her outstanding accommodations, generous cockpit, nice lines, good performance and built in quality make her a value in today's market. With her long waterline and medium displacement the 372 offers high potential hull speed, easily realized by the short handed cruiser and appreciated by the racing sailor as well.

Ginger Lily is a fully equipped turn key boat and a dinghy and motor are included. Keep in mind that RI does not have a sales or use tax on vessels berthed here. International shipping is available from 2 nearby shipping depots.

To learn more about Ginger Lily please see the following Full Description Section.

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Vessel sleeps 7 in two private cabins plus main salon.

Owners cabin is forward with a 6' 5" by 6' 6" V-berth, hanging locker, vanity with sink, six large drawers under the berth, two small side seats with storage under and cupboards above, forepeak storage for anchor rode and sail storage under the V-berth.

In the main salon there is a U-shaped dinette to starboard with filler boards and cushion for double berth, a drop leaf dining table on centerline with storage and drawers, and a settee/single berth opposite. Under the berths are the water tanks, batteries and refrigeration unit.

Moving aft on the port side is a forward facing navigation station, hanging wet locker, and head/shower. The navigation station is forward facing with storage under the seat and table, shelves and 3 drawers. The head is a Raritan PHII marine toilet with sink and shower plus storage cupboards.

The galley is U-shaped with the sinks on centerline over the engine enclosure, a large refrigerated ice box, a 4 burner stove with oven, a microwave and additional drawers and cupboards.

The aft cabin to starboard has a double berth, hanging locker and storage lockers.

The interior is constructed in teak with a hand rubbed oil finish, and a varnished teak and holly sole. Ventilation is provided through 6 overhead hatches, 10 opening ports, 2 dorade vents and a solar powered nicro vent. All lights are LED except for the low-level courtesy lights.


  – Double bowl stainless sink on the centerline above engine enclosure with hot and cold pressure water and fresh water foot pump.
  – Regal 4 burner CNG stove with oven and grill with butcher block top.
  – (Conversion kit for LPG burners -not installed)
  – Two 20 hour CNG cylinders in cockpit locker.
  – Large well insulated icebox with Adler-Barbour Cold Machine refrigeration with top and bottom access and custom shelving.
  – Sharp 110 volt microwave oven.


  – Raymarine A95 9'' MFD WIFI E70232 (ser. #1140089)(multi-function touch-screen display with Lighthouse software and NOAA charts) installed on cockpit pedestal, with18'' HD Digital Radome 18HD4KW E92142 (ser. #0150216) radar installed on Questor 400G self-levelling mount on back-stay.
  – Furuno GP32 independent GPS at navigation station (connected to VHF).
  – Datamarine A180:
  – S-200DL LCD digital depth sounder;
  – S-100KL digital knotmeter/log with log repeater at navigation station;
  – LX-360 Corinthian Series "wind machine"...Installed but not working.
  – Garman XL45 GPS with pedestal mount (backup to Raymarine MFD).
  – Autohelm 4000 auto-pilot with hand-held remote.
  – Standard Horizon Interpid VHF GX1260S with remote at helm.
  – Ritchie SP5 compass on pedestal.
  – Standard Tri-Lens radar reflector (permanently mounted on mast).
  – Echomax Active-X RTE (radar target enhancer mounted on masthead).
  – Hand-held Standard Horizon HX270 VHF.
  – Hand-held Standard Horizon HX850 with GPS and MMSI.
  – Fit-PC2 Turbo (very low power) running Maptech CNP (Chart Navigator Pro) as backup navigation system.
  – NASA PC Navtex Pro connected to PC...not connected to Raymarine.
  – NASA AIS Engine connected to PC.....not connected to Raymarine.
  – EasySplit unit for VHF/AIS/stereo sharing masthead antenna.


  – 12V DC system with 2x Ultrapower EV27 AGM house batteries and 1 Ultrapower EV27 deep-cycle lead acid starter battery.
  – Shore power cable.
  – 110V AC system either from shore power or inverter.
  – Balmar 70-YP-MC-110 alternator (110A).
  – Balmar MaxCharge MC-614 (smart controller for charging)
  – Balmar DuoCharge DDC-12/24 (controls charging 2 battery banks).
  – Xantrex XC3012 charger (30A smart charger).
  – Xantrex Pro Series XM 1000 Power Inverter (1000W 12V to 110V inverter for microwave and other appliances without shore power).
  – NASA Marine BM1 Battery Monitor.
  – Safeshore Marine Galvanic Isolator (G170SM) (reduces zinc erosion in marinas).
  – Bilge fan.
  – Automatic bilge and sump pumps (2x).
  – Jensen DV2007 stereo/DVD/radio.
  – JE1510 Digital LCD-TV/DTV used as monitor for PC.


  – Yanmar 3HM35F diesel, 34HP fresh-water cooled, ser. #1763.
  – Racor 230R fuel separator (R20T).
  – Raw water strainer.
  – Hot water heater (from engine or 110V shore power).
  – Bronze 16'' Max-Prop, 3 blade feathering propellor with 63M zinc.
  – Stainless steel shaft with Spurs line cutters.
  – New fuel tank in 2014


  – 35 lb CQR with 150' of 5/16'' Hi-test G4 chain and 200' (?) of 3/ 4'' 3-strand rode.
  – Quick Genius1000D windlass with remote and foot controls in fore hatch.
  – 20 lb Danforth 30' Hi-test G4 chain and 270' 5/8'' 8-plaited rode (spare in stern locker).


  – Hull is off white with green cove and boot stripes.
  – Deck is white with sand-colored Awlgrip non-skid.
  – Bottom Anti-fouling is black Pettit Hydrocoat Eco
  – Teak toe-rails, grab rails and dorade box covers (all amber Bristol varnished).
  – Stainless steel dorades and guards.
  – Transom rear swim ladder.
  – Ocean Marine stainless steel davits for dinghy.
  – Folding 7' 3-part, side ladder (mounted on toe-rail either side) (Mystic Stainless).
  – Teak pad for dinghy engine.
  – Teak cockpit table.
  – Transom corner seats.
  – Manual bilge pump in cockpit.
  – Pedestral steering.
  – Emergency steering.
  – Cockpit speakers for stereo.
  – Avon 8' Inflatable
  – Honda 2hp outboard


  – Equipped for cruising with all halyards and reefing lines led aft to the cockpit.
  – Two single line reefs.
  – Dutchman system (50-3A) flaking on main (2014)
  – Fully battened dacron main.
  – Quick-vang with 6:1 puchase.
  – Main sheet with 5:1 purchase.
  – Harken traveler with 6:1.
  – Doyle 125% genoa (2008)
  – Harken roller furling.
  – Winches are Barient #28 primaries for genoa, mainsheet and two halyard winches.
  – The Ultimate Cranker (Milwaukee 28V angle drill with Ultimate Cranker bit) effectively makes all winches electric.
  – Sand colored dodger with hand rail and oversized bimimi with connector panel.
  – Sand colored sail cover.
  – Winter cover 3-piece, over-boom (Canvas Shop).


  – Maintenance planned for 2020 but delayed by Covid travel restrictions
  – Anti-fouling needs touching up.
  – Toe-rails need re-varnishing.
  – Mast jobs:
  – Datamarine AWI/WSI needs repair (by DMI Marine Inc., 18 Commerce Park Road,
  – Pocasset, MA 02559, 508-564-7491,
  – Mast deck lights need replacing.
  – Anchor light to be replaced with LED.
  – Clean up mast.
  – Part of dodger-bimini is with BC Marine Canvas.


Pedestal cover, winch covers, screens and shades for all hatches, accordion shades on all opening ports. 4 dock lines, 4 fenders, 6 life vests, horn, bell, flare kit 3 fire extinguishers, life sling man over board recovery system, ensign and staff, chrome dorade vents, teak cockpit table, transom swim ladder, teak pad for dinghy engine.

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