About T-10 Class Association
The Tartan Ten was designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by Tartan Marine. Since its introduction in 1978, the T-10 has been a popular one design class on the Great Lakes. In addition to the T-10, the LS-10 was built to conform with class rules for one design racing. Both designs feature a large cockpit to make the boats comfortable for racing and day sailing. The design offers a blend of affordability, performance, and ease of sailing which appeal to sailors of all levels. Large fleets and tight racing are hallmarks of the T-10 Class.
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Ideal combined weight of range of crew: 1275
Boat Designed in 1978
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