The 48 is S&S designed, and is as formidable now as it was in 1972. DREAMCATCHER has had much money spent upgrading in recent years, with a new engine, sails and much more.
Offered to co-brokers on a commission split of 50/50.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Nautor Swan 48
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 2/0
- Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
47' 10" (14.58m)
37' 3" (11.35m)
13' 7" (4.14m)
7' 8" (2.34m)
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Max Speed RPM:
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Sparkman & Stephens
This Swan 48 has been family cruised and successfully raced in Bermuda races, and the Marblehead Halifax race. She was first overall in the 2013 ORR East Coast Championships and won the prestigious Olin Stephens trophy (by chance her design) in 2013 and 2014. The 48 is S&S designed, and is as formidable now as it was in 1972.
DREAMCATCHER has had much money spent upgrading in recent years, with a new engine, sails and much more.
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
·Blue awlgripped hull (2012).
·Awlgripped GRP deck areas.
·The teak decks were replaced in the mid 80’s, and were 50% thicker than Swan’s original.
·The toerails have been removed and replaced with teak (2005).
Engine & Gearboxes:
·1 x Yanmar 75hp (2008) diesel engine.
Propulsion & Steering:
·Nautor wheel steering with pedestal.
·Upgraded electrical panel.
·Xantrex battery monitor.
·Fischer Panda 3.5kW generator.
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
·Pressurised hot and cold water.
·Fuel tank (2008).
·Oakum sailing instruments.
·5 x Oakum repeaters (4 x in cockpit, 1 x below).
·Simrad CB33 plotter.
·Raymarine plotter with AIS.
·Qualcomm Globalstar phone.
·Icom ICM 7000 SSB.
·Icom ICM502 VHF.
·Heart interface inverter.
·2 x Coaming mounted compasses.
·3-burner stove with oven.
·Large top and front loaded fridge (Seafrost refrigeration).
·Manual sea water pump.
Heating & Ventilation:
·12v fans in cabins.
·Sony CD AM/FM.
Summary of Accommodation:
·V berth cabin forward with fold up berths, and storage under.
·Next aft is a head to port, with sink and hand held shower.
·The main saloon has a settee to starboard and a U shaped settee to port.
·Both make good seaberths.
·There are pilot berths on both sides, outboard of the settees.
·Drop leaf table on centreline.
·Next aft to port is the U shaped galley, with 3-burner stove, large top and front loaded fridge, and a sink.
·Sliding doors outboard with lockers behind.
·Large navigation table to starboard, with a hanging locker aft.
·Finally, there is a large owner’s cabin aft with a double and single, plus an en-suite head.
·The generator is located between the berths and is insulated by both the manufacturer’s enclosure and a wooden soundshield.
·Misc. interior hardware, lamps etc. at owner’s home.