• 82'
  • 2004
  • Palma, Spain
  • 1 590 000 €


Superb value - Lloyds class/ MCA compliant/US Duty Paid. View video: http://vimeo.com/93248890

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Deck Saloon
  • Model: Swan 82 RS
  • Model Year: 2004
  • YearBuilt: 2004
  • Year Refit: 2014
  • Refit Type: Lloyds class survey
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Spain
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Raised Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 1/2/3
  • LOA: 82' 0" (24.99m)
  • LWL: 69' 11" (21.31m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 19' 11" (6.07m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 13' 11" (4.24m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 1,000 Miles
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 83,800 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 534 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 528 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 7
  • Heads: 4
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 2
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: 1
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Composite Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Carbon Fiber
  • Hull Configuration: Fin & Bulb
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: German Frers
  • Hull Color: Flag Blue
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: German Frers
  • Interior Designer: Nautor's Swan
  • Manufacturer: Cummins
  • Model: 6BT5.9-M
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Detailed Specification






LOA: 81.66 ft 24.89m

Ballast: 31500 lb 14,300 kgs

Displacement: 83800 lb 38,000 kgs approx

Naval Architecture: German Frers



Engine Make: Cummins

Engine Model: 6BT5.9 220HP - 7100 Hours Total Sept 1, 2016



Length at Waterline: 69.75 ft 21.26m
Beam: 19.22 ft 5.86m
Max Draft: 13.19 ft 4.02m

Flag : Cayman Islands

Taxes Paid US Custom’s Duty paid

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The Swan 82 Raised Saloon is a very successful Nautor built Swan semi-custom series. CLEVELANDER is hull number 04 of this series and one of the most expensively built and detailed of the series. NAUTOR has been building Swans for over almost 50 years and a leader in composite performance high quality sailing yachts. CLEVELANDER is a Raised Saloon version of the Swan 82 Model allowing comfortable climate controlled cruising while offering unrivalled sailing performance coupled with spacious and refined accommodation for both the Owner and guests. In 2011-12 the owner invested in a comprehensive refit improving many of the yacht’s systems and décor. The interior layout was changed to the current owner’s requirements which are the original design layout for the Swan 82 series. This done with Nautor’s assistance and wood selections. CLEVELANDER’s interior condition is therefore more consistent with a newer Swan.


CLEVELANDER is designed to be operated by a small crew and fitted with the following equipment allowing her to be simple to sail while ensuring performance cruising :

Carbon mast with SS rod rigging.

Moderate draft Fin keel for improved upwind performance whilst still allowing access to smaller harbours and anchorages

Leisure furl boom with captive main halyard and captive main sheet for push button reefing and mainsail handling

2010 lightweight carbon tender with 40hp outboard with carbon stowage on foredeck

2010 new North Spectra mainsail, headsail and staysail

Hydraulic bow thruster

All bead blasted SS fittings on deck for a mat finish.


CLEVELANDER has an exceptionally voluminous and ingeniously designed layout that belies her 82’ LOA and is ideally suited for 3 – 4 couples plus crew. Ideal layout for charter if required. CLEVELANDER is currently fully MCA coded.



Solid single skin fiberglass construction using a glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced vinylester laminate with local carbon fibre reinforcements. A large proportion of the fibres are unidirectional giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties.


Structural bulkheads are of Nomex honeycomb cored carbon fibre epoxy prepreg construction and laminated to the hull and deck

Stiffener flanges are unidirectional carbon layups over foam cores


Engine beds are of GRP with steel inserts


Underwater lights in stern (2012)

Awlgrip flag blue (2010)



Hydraulically operated fold down transom forms a swim platform and gives access to the lazerette

Watertight bulkhead separates interior from transom

Room in the lazerette for a folded inflatable and outboard engine

Separate locker for LPG tank in locker on foredeck with stowage for four tanks

Hot and cold pressure water deck shower



"L" shaped keel with lead with antimony ballast bulb attached to a steel fin

High tensile, stainless steel bolts



Foam filled carbon fibre and epoxy skins with tubular carbon fibre stock, supported by two self aligning roller bearings

Weed deflector in front of rudder



Dual steering gear

Sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming

Lightweight aluminum steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock

2 x 47" destroyer type composite wheels with 4.0 turns HO to HO

Pedestals with roller bearings and friction break

Emergency tiller stored in lazarette




Bronze seacocks for all through hull connections below the waterline, closing flush with the outside and located in accessible positions, serviced (2010)



Main deck is of carbon fibre pre-preg sandwich construction with Nomex honeycomb core and glued to the hull

High density core under deck fittings

Coach roof, deckhouse and cockpits of glassfibre reinforced vinylester with low density foam core



Laid teak 9mm nominal thickness on side and bridge deck, deckhouse top and cockpit soles and seats, glued and vacuum bagged without screws

Low toe rail inside composite bulwark

65mm wider teak planks in lieu of standard – deck lightly sanded in 2010 and 2012.



2 x Harken 1111.3 STAE electric 3 speed, aluminum anodised drum primary winches at cockpit with carbon top

2 x Harken 980.3 STAE electric 3 speed, aluminum anodised drum secondary winches at cockpit

2 x Harken 980.3 STAE electric 3 speed, aluminum anodised drum utility winches at mast

Captive Main Halyard Winch

Each Harken winch has two foot switches on deck for two speeds

1 x Joy stick controlled Rondal hydraulic captive winch for mainsheet in lazerette

Recessed hydraulic windlass , Lewmar 3000 with chain gypsy and rode capstan. Hand held remote control

Sanguineti 2000W 24 volt recessing capstan drum at bow with each direction remote control foot switches, serviced (2012)



Carbon fibre chain plates bonded to the hull and to reinforced structural bulkhead. Recessed stainless steel chain plates for backstay and headstay bonded to hull structure.



Harken deck blocks with custom finish to match matt finish deck stainless

Roller bearing lead blocks for halyards at mast partners

Stainless steel jib sheet tracks with Harken cars

Foot blocks for jib sheets

Outboard sheet points

Fittings for gennecker and trysail sheets and runner blocks

Main sheet deck lead

Screw in fittings for MPS tack block on stemhead which is also used for locking the anchor arm in working position




4 x pair pop up mooring fairleads, fwd, mid and aft

3 x pair recessed mooring cleats, fwd mid and aft

Stainless steel bow rail, open stern rail and stanchions 740mm high

Above conform to ORC spacing requirements and finished in matt not polished stainless

1 x 19 stainless steel lifelines

Lifeline gates port and starboard mid ships

Socket for flag pole on stern rail

Stowage for 2 x 8 man life raft serviced annually for MCA requirement

5 x Spinlock clutches on deck at mast base

2 x fold up seats on pushpit

All bead blasted Stainless Steel deck fittings for Matt finish




Hinged hatch on foredeck at bow to deck stowage and anchor windlass

Additional deck prisms

Flush fitting sail hatch and openable deck hatches of composite construction

Goiot opening ports with new Plexiglass (2010)

Raised saloon deck house fixed windows of tinted glass

Main companionway lockable sliding hatch of tinted acrylic with sliding drop board

2 x hinged GRP/teak hatches to lazarette

Additional hatch over Owners cabin in cockpit floor





Clevelander has a custom interior finish.

The Nautor teak has been treated with a white tint to give a “limed” teak finish which gives the interior a very light and bright feel. The quality and finish is quite superb and in incredible condition which really shows the quality of the Nautor craftsmanship.

All joinery work is done in accordance with the best yacht practice using first grade materials.

The grain of the teak veneer on the furniture and on the floor boards has been filled with white tint and then the teak is finished with a hand rubbed satin finish.

The teak laid floorboards are foam cored for lightness and provide access to the bilges and engine room via sound proofing membrane.

Hull topsides, where visible, are lined with teak battens in crew mess and white painted panels in guest accomodation. Overheads and inside of raised saloon coachroof coamings lined with removable panelling covered in an off white material.

All hatches have roller blinds and mosquito screens.

All the interior furniture, where possible has rounded corners. Doors, partitions and panelling are cored where possible to save weight and increase sound proofing. Self engaging latches with bumpers are fitted to hold doors in open position. Drawers are secured with latches. The doors are also fitted with sliding panels which seal the gap at the bottom of the door when in closed position to improve air conditioning effeciency.



Crew head and shower in the bow.

Aft of the crew head are two crew bunk beds on the port side.

The crew mess with settee and table is to starboard with lockers and hanging locker outboard and aft.


Located on stb forward side and aft of the crew area.

Appliances are generally outboard with large volumes of storage space.

Double stainless steel sinks inboard with more storage.
Alpes Inox 4 burner propane stove with oven

Alpes Inox extractor fan with light

Miele 720 microwave

Miele G 643 SCVI dish washer

2 x front loading refrigerators powered via 230volt AC

Top loading freezer with custom stainless steel baskets

Washer and dryer

Corian whitecounter tops

Espresso machine

Icemaker (2010)

Coffee maker



Located opposite the galley and accessed from the forward end of the main saloon. Ensuite head and shower forward. Double bed with hanging locker.

Drawers under bed

Single pullman berth above



Incredibly light and spacious with almost a 270 degree visibility of the horizon from the main saloon looking out through the raised saloon windows. Large "U" shaped dinette to port with wrap around settee outboard and two single chairs inboard. Opposite to starboard is a settee followed aft by the ice maker/bar area and then the navigation station. Up steps midships to deck level or down steps offset to starboard to the guest accommodations.



Located at the base of the stairs to the main saloon.

Ensuite head and shower forward.

Two single beds.

Hanging locker, storage lockers above and drawers under bed



Located aft of the main saloon, mirror image of starboard guest cabin

Ensuite head and shower aft.

Two single beds.

Hanging locker, storage lockers above and drawers under bed



Located in the stern of the yacht.

Large centerline berth and dressing table.

Ensuite head with stall shower on the port side forward.

Four hanging lockers and ample other storage.

Overhead hatches and TV screen pivoting down from ceiling.


Clevelander has a smaller sofa stbd saloon and no coffee table. She also has a dressing table in the owner's cabin on the port side with a sofa only on stbd side.





Cummins 6BT5.9-M 6 cylinder marine diesel (approx 7100 Hours Sept 1 2016) rated at 190 HP @ 2200 rpm

Engine controls on starboard side

Foot operated bow thruster controls


ZF Marine ZF63A reverse, reduction gear, ratio 2.68:1


Two stage super silencing system with with fibreglass silencer and gas and water separators for main engine and diesel generator

Cooling water is discharged below the waterline and exhaust gases discharged near the transom

Separate heat exchanger off the engine for consumable hot water system

3 x stainless steel fuel tanks with total capacity of 534 US gallons

Deck fuel fillers port and starboard

Fuel manifold with fuel return line for each tank

Dual Separ SWK2000/5UK fuel filter and water separator with water in fuel line alarm

Single Separ SWK 2000/5UK for diesel generator

Fuel tanks are vented to deck edge

Propellor shaft made of high tensile corrosion resistant steel with flexible shaft coupling

Shaft supported by rubber bearing at stern tube and strut

Max prop three blade feathering propellor

Shaft bearings and Maxprop serviced (2010)


Captive main halyard winch in engine room and fuel valve chest



Rexroth 24 volt power pack – 2 x DC motor system in engine room stb side (serviced 2012)

PTO off generator

Twin Navtec backstay cylinders

Navtec boom vang with in and out control buttons at pedestal (new seals 2012)

Navtec inner forestay adjuster with cylinder under deck

Navtec jib halyard cylinder operated via the Navtec panel for manual adjustment in the cockpit

Navtec three function single-gauge system 50 central control panel with two speed pump for backstay, jib halyard and inner forestay

Separate System 50 panel for boom vang

Hydraulic mast jack with spacer and removable manual pump

Single purchase hydraulic mainsheet adjustment with manual back-up

Recessed Reckmann hydraulic headsail furler RF90-3

Lewmar 3000 hydraulic anchor windlass with remote control at the bow

Hydraulic Max Power bow thruster with foot controls at starboard pedestal




Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing, fresh water hoses of nylon and copper tubing

Fuel and water tanks are of welded stainless steel and provided with baffles, inspection covers, sounding plug and vent pipes

Separate shower sump tanks



Pressurized and heated water supplied via 2 stainless steel tanks (fwd/Aft)

Tank filler line from deck

Water tank level gauge

Tank vent pipe terminates at galley

Deck shower port side aft

Oras single lever mixing faucets for washbasins, galley sinks and showers

The consumable water can be heated either with engine cooling water or with a heating element working on AC

AC driven Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 1200-2 water maker producing approx 1200 US gallons a day (fully serviced 2012)



Electric deck wash/fire pump 13 US gallons per minute with fore and aft deck connections



Galley sinks drain through sea cocks

Wash basins and showers drain to sump

Sump tanks are emptied by electrical and manual Whale pump

5 x bilge pumps

2 x manual Whale Titan pumps

Chain locker/forepeak manual pump

Tecma fresh water flushing heads discharging to holding tanks




Forced ventilation into cabins with timer

Extractor blowers from galley

Engine room air extractors using 2 PAR blowers with thermostatic controls

Battery boxes ventilated

Additional extractor in saloon for electronics and charges/inverters




Eberspacher heating system integrated with air conditioning water circulation system




Condaria 12002, reverse cycle servicing all cabins





24 volt DC system with insulated return

Wires sized to minimise voltage drop

230 volt AC three wire system

AC system 50 hz/230v



24 volt, 1200 Ah house battery capacity

24 volt, 135 Ah engine starting battery

12 volt, 135 Ah generator starting battery

Separate radio battery

Batteries located in ventilated GRP boxes

Main engine battery parellel switch

Voltage stabilser for sensitive electronics and lights

Navigation lights replaced with LED Lopolight (2010)



Northern Lights 16KW generator (approx 14950 September 1 2016) with sound shield producing 230 volts at 50hz


Earth fault protection switch for all AC power sources


230 volt, 50 amp and 110 volt, 50 amp shore power via a 6kVA transformer

AC polarity alarm at each shore power inlet

House batteries charged via 140 amp alternator on the main engine or via 2 battery chargers each with automatic regulation

2 x Mastervolt 2,500 watt Inverters

Main engine start batteries are charged via a 55 amp hour alternator on the main engine

Generator start battery is charged via a 35 amp hour alternator off the generator engine and DC back up system




2 x Suunto compasses, 1 at each helm

B&G instruments

2 x 360 degree wind direction

2 x 45 degree magnified wind direction

1 x rudder angle indicator on pilot display

7 x Hercules 2000 displays

4 x 20/20 displays on mast

2 x 20/20 displays in cockpit

2 x Hercules autopilots

Raytheon Raynav RN300E GPS at navigation station with antenna on lower spreaders WAAS NMEA antenna on stern rail

Raymarine E95 touchscreen plotter / radar at navigation station (new 2012)

2 Raymarine E7 touchscreen multifunction displays at each wheel (new 2012)

Raymarine HD colour radar antenna (new 2012)

Standard GX5500 VHF at navigation station with additional handset in cockpit

2 x Icom hand held VHFs with charging station

Furuno FS 1570, 150 watt, SSB with HF DSC distress alert

Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver

Panasonic PABX system

"Mini M" phone with data capability

Dell Opti PC (2010) with touchscreen display (2012)

HP printer/fax

WIFI antenna

Iridium Extreme mobile satellite handset




Mast removed from the boat and rigging checked (2014) including dye testing the standing rigging

Offshore Spars Carbon fractional rig

Standard modulus carbon

4 x sets of 18 degree aft swept spreaders

External track for full batten mainsail

Antal trysail track

Stainless steel rod standing rigging

Kevlar removable inner forestay to be used for staysail or storm jib

Leisure furl by Marten Marine hydraulic furling boom

Reckman RF90-3 N60 hydraulic furling headsail with twin grove foil

In and out foot switches for roller furler conveniently located next to the jib sheet winches

Single headsail halyard on centerline

Double spinnaker wing halyards (2010)

Staysail halyard (2010)

Mainsail halyard (2010)

Mainsheet Captive halyard Winch

Jib halyard DSK90 (2012)


Checkstays (2010)

Vectran and Spectra sheets for headsail, spinnaker and mainsail (2010)




All North

Carbon Spectra inboom furling mainsail with full battens (2010)

Carbon Spectra roller furling jib (2010)

Gennaker on quick furl system new 2013



Carbon Spectra staysail (2010)

Storm trisail (2004)

Storm jib/staysail (2004)




14' Pure carbon 4.5m RIB (2010)

40hp Yamaha outboard with tiller steering and electric start (2010)

Bose Lifestyle entertainment system with 2 zones

Samsung LED TV screen on “pop up” lift in main saloon

Sharp TV folds down from the headliner in the aft cabin

Bose 321 system in the aft cabin

FM and CD player in each sleeping cabin (not day office/kids cabin)

2 x 8 man Zodiac MCA approved life rafts (2009)

15 x automatically inflatable life jackets

Fixed fire system in the engine room with ventilation and fuel shut-offs operated from the companionway


2 x 406 EPIRBS ACR global fix and McMurdo E3

2 x 406 EPIRB Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs)

Dry powder fire extinguishers in each cabin

2 x inflatable danbouys

2 x liferings with throw line

1 x 64kgs CQR anchor on hinging carbon fibre, under deck, folding arm

Second bow fitting for anchor on bow

110m, 13mm chain (2012)

1 x Danforth anchor

100m, 24mm plaited nylon rope

Selection of mooring lines

Air fenders

Multiplex, carbon fibre, 3.2m folding gangway with bridle that stows in a bag

Boarding ladder

Swimming ladder

Sunbrella covers for cockpit table, wheels and pedestal, main saloon table and settees

2 x sun awnings, one new 2010.

Cockpit cushions (2010)

Dodger over companionway

Bimini over center cockpit (2012)

Most pumps rebuilt (2010)

Central vacuum system with two suction points below deck

Aqua Signal fog horn on mast

Remote control for swim platform to allow for operation off the boat

All interior soft furnishings except mattresses replaced in 2010.

Crew covers for saloon upholstery




Comprehensive list of spares – inventory available on request from skipper.


Custom carbon tender




2011/2012 refit includes the following


1)Modification to assist the anchor deployment arm

2) Main engine and generator thoroughly overhauled, injectors, injector pump, alternator, belts, coolant, mounts etc

3) Watermaker service and new piping and LP pump

4) Autopilot service

5) New steering cables

6) New heater exhaust

7) Hydraulics new oil and filters

8) Anchor re-galvanised and new chain

9) New plotters and HD radar all from Raymarine with wi fi capability

10) Floorboards all revarnished

11) Tables revarnished

12) Maxprop service

13) bowthruster serviced, new oil, gasket, repainted

14) New fans in forced air vent system

15) New underwater lights

16) Additional washdown facility in cockpit

17) Bimini for centre cockpit

18) New jib halyard (high modulus Dyneema)

19) MCA inspection items (liferafts, lifejackets, flares, fire extinguishers, medical kit) all up to date

20) New antifouling 2 coats



Lloyds 10 year surveys completed. Extensive yard period to include all valves, running gear and rig/rigging surveys




CLEVELANDER is a customized NAUTOR built Swan 82 Raised Saloon that has been exceptionally well equipped and maintained. She was built using Nautor’s solid composite monolithic hull layup and carbon fiber deck resulting in a stiff, strong and fast yacht that is capable of world cruising in comfort and safety. Additionally buying a SWAN is a solid investment with good company service and resale value down the road. CLEVELANDER is a superb value and compliant for charter as a proven charter yacht.  



Personal effects, including, personal tools, navigation equipment, cutlery, crockery, glassware, pictures and works of art.







All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale price and inventory change or withdrawal from market without notice.