Following are some pictures and comments on the geberal systems and equipment of the Tartan 37 and Nicknack. Here are some more specific projects which I have completed upgrading Nicknack.

Raymarine SG1 Autohelm Installation in the T37c
Newfound Metals Replacment Port Installation
Tartan 37 nav station and quarter berth.
To port of the companionway is a large nav station with a quarterberth up and behind. Beneath the quarterberth is the 50 gallon diesel tank to the outside and a storage compartment and engine access on the inside.

On port forward of the nav station is an L shaped sette with a table that folds up on the bulkhead. Ample storage is located behind the sette and above the sette.
T37 Galley Standard configuration
The U shaped Galley is located to Starboard of the companionway steps. Forward is a deep Icebox while a stove with hideaway top is in the middle and double sink is aft. Storage includes three compartments along the hull wtih sliding doors, several open storage bins aft and storage under the sinks.

Forward of the Galley on starboard is a pull out Sette with a pilot berth above and behind. Some later models replaced the pilot berth with more storage lockers. There is lots of storage behind the sette and a 55 gallon water tank under it.

The Tartan 37 comes with mid boom sheeting to a traveler in front of the companionway. The Cockpit is T shaped with large forward seats and an aft seat, all of which have teakseat covers. The helm is an Edson Destroyer wheel. Inboard genoa tracks were standard as well as a teak with track on top. The forward coaming makes for easy installation of a dodger.

The Tartan 37 has a well balanced helm and with the long stubby keel with centerboard tracks very well. The Tartan 37 draws only 4'3". A few 37s (about 15 out of 486) were also built with fin keels that draw 6'6". These were also sometimes called Tartan 38s.

1997 Cruising World Magazine Article