• 25.08 m
  • 2010
  • Villefranche-sur-Mer, France
  • 4 100 000 €


Swan 80-101 Berenice

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2010
  • YearBuilt: 2010
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  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: France
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  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 82' 4" (25.08m)
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  • Berths: N/A
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  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
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  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
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  • Hull Material: Carbon Fiber
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  • Manufacturer: Steyr
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Detailed information


When the first Swan 80 was launched back in 1999, there was an enormous amount of international attention. The Swan 80 was the first production Swan to feature swept spreaders and non-overlapping headsails. This, together with the clean deck arrangement, made the yacht far easier to manage with a small crew and the clean, uncluttered wedge-deck was as good looking as it was practical. With a big sail plan and deep T-bulb keel, the performance of the Swan 80 was outstanding and today, these yachts remain in the top echelon of competitive cruiser racers and are frequently seen at the top of leader boards in grand prix regattas around the world. The Swan 80 set a benchmark, not only for the performance but for the high quality finishing and luxurious interior that one expects on board every Swan yacht.

Ten years and 24 yachts later, Nautor decided it was time for an upgrade of the Swan 80 model and together with Frers Naval Architecture, went back to the drawing board to develop an entirely new yacht. The result, an elegant yet powerful carbon hull with fine entry opening out to a modest beam carried far aft. Plumb bow with deep T-bulb keel and balanced rudder offer superb handling. On deck, the classic wedge shape has returned with everything flush and recessed, even the sprayhood and bimini fold away nicely into the coachroof. Center cockpit for guests is away from the action and offers direct access to the saloon while the aft cockpit is for the sailors.

Down below, the contemporary interior is finished in bleached and oil waxed teak and generous lighting through the hull windows in saloon and aft cabin. The three guest cabins will accommodate up to seven with an additional cabin for three crew.

Berenice is the first of the new Swan 80 range and since her launch in 2010, has been carefully maintained to the highest standards. In 2014, she received a complete makeover and was repainted from the top of the mast to the bottom of the keel, including everything in between. In addition, all new batteries, upgrade to B&G H5000 sailing instruments and a new set of North 3DL marathon cruising sails have further improved an already incredible yacht.



  • Hull is constructed using a SPRINT/pre preg carbon fibre /epoxy sandwich laminate over Corecell foam core.
  • Laminated in a female mould to ensure excellent external finish
  • Stiffeners, chain plates, mast step and bulkheads in Carbon Fibre pre preg using unidirectional fibres
  • Double hull windows on either side of saloon
  • Hull windows on either side of aft cabin
  • Hydraulically operated transom door doubles as a bathing platform
  • Wireless remote controls for transom door
  • Custom Galileo carbon retractable passarelle by Swiss Carbon – transom starboard side
  • Shore power and hose access door on transom port side
  • Maxpower R300/15 retractable bow thruster powered by generator PTO
  • Closed transom version with storage for tender and five diving tanks in lazarette

Hull Finish

  • Topsides are finished in blue Awlgrip polyurethane paint with white cove and boot stripes
  • Bottom, below the waterline, is treated with epoxy primer then finished with International antifouling
  • The bottom and appendages have been faired and finished for performance in Spring 2014


  • Hi-strength steel keel fin with 4.5% antimony hardened lead bulb
  • AISI 329 hi-tensile keel bolts

Steering System

  • Twin sprocket and chain steering system with stainless steel cables, 3.2 turns hardover-hardover
  • The rudder supplied by Isotop, carbon fibre skins on foam core and tubular carbon stock
  • Rudder supported by two self-aligning bearings by JP3
  • Lightweight alloy rudderstock
  • Composite steering pedestals with integrated instrument displays
  • Twin 1200mm three-spoke steering wheels with varnished teak rim


  • Deck is constructed in SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich using Corecell foam, hi-density core under hi-load areas
  • Composite surfaces are painted with Snow White Awlgrip paint system, fully repainted in spring 2014
  • Blue coaming stripe on coachroof, newly repainted in May 2014
  • The side decks, fore deck, cockpit sole and seats are covered with 60 x 9 mm quarter cut teak battens with 5 mm white caulking. 
  • Two built-in angled adjustable helmsman’s supports are located at the steering positions 
  • 30 mm high teak toe rail forward of the mast

Deck Equipment

  • White painted carbon antenna post on aft deck with quick connections for cables
  • Hydraulically operated aluminium anchor arm stowed in bow locker
  • Pulpit, pushpit and stanchions in polished stainless steel
  • Stainless steel wire lifelines with spacing according to ISAF/ORC requirements
  • Six Olcese Ricci stainless steel pop-up cleats (2x foredeck, 2x Midship, 2x aft)
  • 2x roller fairleads on pushpit feet
  • 2x Olcese Ricci stainless steel pop-up cleats on foredeck
  • Socket for flagpole on aft deck
  • Composite mast collar designed for use with Spartite 
  • 1.8m long cockpit table with folding leaves, adjustable height to become sunbathing platform

Winches by Harken

  • Primary winches – two x 1111.3 STCAC-HY three speed with carbon skirt and top, alloy drum
  • Secondary winches – two x 1111.3 STCAC-HY three speed with carbon skirt and top, alloy drum
  • Mainsheet winch – one 1111.3 STCAC-HY three speed with carbon skirt and top, alloy drum
  • Halyard winches – two x 990.3 STA-HY Alloy winches
  • Sanguinetti retractable capstan winch on foredeck
  • Lewmar V6 hydraulic anchor windlass with wireless remote control

Sailing Hardware

  • Removable carbon fibre bowsprit
  • Custom hydraulic inhauler system
  • Hydraulic mainsheet traveller adjustment
  • Hydraulic adjustable genoa cars
  • Halyards and reef lines led aft, under deck to primary winches
  • Genoa sheets lead aft to primary winches under deck
  • Harken deck hardware (blocks, cars, tracks, padeyes etc.)
  • Spinlock jammers and clutches
  • Assorted winch handles
  • Bosun’s chair

Anchoring & Mooring

  • One CQR 140lbs (66Kg) galvanized anchor on folding arm
  • One Fortress FX 85 aluminium anchor in bag, stowed below deck
  • 100m Lewmar 12mm anchor chain
  • 50m 24mm Nylon plaited anchor rhode
  • Assorted mooring line
  • Eight inflatable fenders
  • Boat Hook

Deck Canvas

  • Recessed spray hood at main companionway, flush stowage – new May 2014
  • Folding bimini over centre cockpit area, lies flush with deck when stowed
  • Cockpit and aft deck cushions
  • Covers for steering wheels and pedestals
  • Cockpit table cover
  • 7x winch covers
  • Transom cover
  • Bow protection when anchored
  • Mainsail cover – new May 2014
  • 8x cockpit throw cushions



The interior has been designed by Nautor and features a combination of white stained teak with Osmo wax finish, white painted and white leather panels.  Cabin sole is teak with holly trim with 100mm spacing

  • Practically all interior joinery, partitions and panels are foam core construction achieving a considerable weight saving
  • Topsides, where visible are covered with vinyl panels
  • Overhead panels finished in vinyl and fitted with flush mounted LED lighting
  • Reading lights at the head of each berth and automatic lighting in each storage locker
  • Oceanair retractable blinds and mosquito screens on all hatches
  • Hull windows with electric Oceanair blinds
  • White cotton upholstery by Loro Piana

Forward Cabin (Crew)

  • Upper and lower fixed berths on starboard side
  • Three-person settee with folding table to port
  • Folding Pullman berth on port side above settee
  • Hanging lockers on either side forward
  • Large opening hatch with ladder provides direct access to deck
  • En-suite head with marine W.C., shower, washbasin, storage lockers and mirrors

Forward Guest Cabin

  • Double berth outboard with storage drawers beneath
  • Hanging locker forward of berth
  • Storage lockers and shelf along inboard bulkhead and aft of berth
  • Folding Pullman berth outboard
  • Ensuite head with separate shower compartment, washbasin, shower bidet, storage lockers and mirrors



  • Work surfaces finished in Corian ‘cameo white’
  • Double stainless steel sinks inboard
  • Storage lockers and drawers on both sides
  • 2x 160-litre refrigerators forward
  • 1x 60-litre freezer below floorboards
  • 1x 130-litre freezer outboard

Galley Equipment

  • Miele four-burner gas stove
  • SMEG electric oven
  • Miele dual ceramic electric stove top
  • Microwave oven Miele
  • Miele 90cm electric extraction hood
  • Nespresso machine
  • Dishwasher Miele
  • Washer/Dryer Miele
  • Frigonautica Isotherm 24v DC refrigeration compressors


  • Four-person settees on both sides with reading lights aft
  • Flush drinks cabinet on port side and hidden TV on starboard side
  • Eight-person dining table on port side with five folding chairs
  • Coffee table on starboard side with internal icemaker
  • Storage lockers above settees on both sides


Aft Guest Cabin

  • Double berth outboard that extends via folding inboard Pullman berth, increases to 120cm wide
  • Upper Pullman berth outboard
  • Hanging lockers outboard and forward on both sides
  • Flush mounted television on forward bulkhead
  • En suite head with separate shower compartment, marine WC, washbasin, mirrors and storage lockers

Nav Station

  • Located on starboard aft side of saloon
  • Forward facing nav desk with open top chart table
  • Flush mounted instrument panels

Aft Cabin (Master)

  • Centerline double berth with storage lockers beneath, bedside tables on either side
  • Vanity desk with opening top and storage to port with folding seat
  • Two-person settee to port with hanging locker forward

Engine Room

  • Engine room is located Centerline, beneath the centre cockpit
  • Accessible from all three sides via removable hatches and under saloon steps
  • Partitions and insulation to eliminate vibrations and reduce airborne sound by 20dB


  • Main propulsion engine is a Steyr MO196 K35 (190 Hp @ 3500 RPM) [2005 hours on 8th November 2014]
  • ZF 45-1 reduction gearbox 3,741:1
  • 50.8mm shaft with four-blade Brunton Varifold propeller shaft when cruising
  • Two-blade Max prop for racing
  • Four stainless steel fuel tanks with total capacity of 1500 litres (396 US Gallons)
  • Water separator exhaust system for engine and generator
  • Reverso oil change pump for engine, generator and gearbox
  • MaxPower 300/15 retractable bow thruster powered by hydraulic PTO on generator
  • Pneumatic compressor in lazarette for transom door sealing and fender/dinghy inflation


Hydraulic System

  • Bosch Rexroth central DC power pack system with two electric pumps
  • Individual valve blocks in close proximity to hydraulic consumers
  • Quick release for vang on both steering pedestals

Hydraulic functions

  • Jib Furler
  • Jib Furler length adjuster
  • Bow Thruster Up/down
  • Inner forestay tension
  • Jib car pullers
  • Bow Thruster
  • Halyard Winches
  • Boom Vang
  • Main outhaul
  • Jib halyard tensioner
  • Cunningham
  • Primary winches
  • Secondary winches
  • Main sheet winch
  • Transom door
  • Jib halyard tensioner
  • Dinghy winch

Plumbing Systems

  • Hot and cold pressurized fresh water
  • Four polyethylene water tanks with total capacity of 1200 L 
  • Two Gianneschi ECOJET 24v DC water pumps with 18L pressure vessels
  • 100 Litre stainless steel water heater that can be heated via engine or AC power
  • 18l pressure tank connected to hot water system
  • Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper Ultra Whisper Module 600 Watermaker producing 600 gallons per day
  • Additional Spectra Newport 400MkII C 24v DC Watermaker producing 64 l/h
  • Gianneschi 24v DC seawater deck wash pump

Ventilation System

  • Forced ventilation system throughout interior with variable speeds and timers
  • Engine room ventilation via extractor fans via water traps with remote controlled fire dampers
  • Battery boxes with extraction and ducting into mast

Climate Control

  • A central 230v 50Hz chilled/heated waterborne system  by Marine Air with total cooling capacity 72,000 BTU and total heating capacity 79,200 BTU
  • Individual fan coils with controls in each cabin

Sewage and Drainage System

  • Grey water from washbasins, showers and air conditioning condensers is collected in grey water tanks, if necessary via transfer pumps
  • Two polyethylene grey water tanks with total capacity 270L
  • Grey water tanks are discharged by 24v electric pumps or manual back up pumps
  • All toilets connected to black water tanks, not possible to pump directly overboard
  • All marine WC are Tecma Silence Plus 24v type. Owner’s head also features a bidet
  • Two polyethylene black water tanks with total capacity 270L
  • Black water tanks are discharged with 24v electric pumps, through deck suction or with manual back up pumps
  • Four separate bilge areas – fore peak, accommodation, engine room and lazarette
  • Each area is drained by a submersible DC powered pump
  • 2x manual bilge pumps as back up


  • Extensive electrical drawings are provided for both DC and Ac systems
  • All cables are labelled with identification numbers at both ends

AC System

  • 230V 50Hz single-phase three wire system powered by shore power or diesel generator
  • Many systems may also be powered by DC/AC inverter
  • 50A shore power system with 15m cable leading into dedicated hatch on transom
  • 20Kw Northern Lights generator with sound shield

DC System

  • The DC system is based on Multiplexing technology using a CAN bus distribution system
  • All functions are controlled and monitored via touch screen
  • Two cable 24v system with insulated return

Battery Banks: {ALL BATTERIES NEW IN MAY 2014}

  • Service batteries – 24v 1050 Ah / 5h consisting of 24 cells – 2v each
  • Handling batteries – 12v 225 Ah /20h consisting of 6 Optima, 75Ah each
  • Radio batteries – 24v 300 Ah / 5h 
  • Engine starting batteries – 12V 75Ah (charged via 90A alternator on engine)
  • Generator starting batteries – 12V 75Ah (charged via 40A alternator on generator)
  • Generator and engine batteries may be paralleled



  • Two Mastervolt 24v 100 A Service battery chargers
  • One Mastervolt 24v 80A Radio battery charger
  • One Mastervolt 24/5000 inverter for general service
  • One Mastervolt 24/2500 for electronics and instruments
  • 28V 140 A Iskra Service alternator on main engine for charging service batteries


Monitoring System

  • Alarms are displayed on the touch screen and include the following functions:
  • Bilge level high
  • Black water tank level high
  • Black water tank full
  • Grey water tank high
  • Grey water tank full
  • Water pressure pump run dry
  • Deck wash pump run dry
  • Water in fuel
  • Low battery voltage
  • Navigation light failure
  • LPG leakage
  • Generator overload
  • Engine room temperature
  • Service battery box temperature


Navigation Instruments

  • B&G H5000 Performance Base Pack, all newly upgraded and installed in November 2014
  • H5000 Motion central processor
  • 1800mm masthead wind speed/direction sensor 
  • H3000 Speed/temperature sensor
  • Depth transducer
  • Halcyon 5000 gyro compass
  • 7x H5000 Graphic Displays installed as follows:
  • 2x aft cockpit, 2x Nav station, 1x crew cabin, 1x owner’s cabin, 1x mainsheet winch pedestal
  • 2x H5000 Analogue expansion
  • 5x H5000 30/30 displays on mast at gooseneck on carbon bracket
  • 1x H5000 Barometric pressure sensor
  • 1x H5000 3D Motion Sensor
  • B&G GFD’s also display hydraulic pressure for backstay, vang, outhaul, jib halyard, Cunningham, inner forestay and forestay length
  • MHU PCB Board
  • B&G H5000 Autopilot system with dedicated 24V Marsili/Bosh Rexroth powerpack 
  • H5000 Pilot Computer
  • H5000 Pilot Controller
  • Twin Rexroth hydraulic cylinders for autopilot
  • B&G remote vision autopilot remote control (wireless)
  • Raymarine E120W 4Kw radome antenna

Computer Systems

  • Dell Optiplex 760 compact computers with DVD drive installed in:
  • Navstation – navigation computer
  • Navstation – utility computer
  • Owner’s cabin
  • Computers are linked to 22” flat screen at navstation and 2x 14” screens at steering pedestals
  • Computers running MaxSea chart plotting software

Communications Systems

  • KVH Fleet Boadband FB500 for voice, fax and data 
  • PABX system for routing telephone system
  • Panasonic digital telephone system
  • Inmarsat Mini-C from Thrane & Thrane
  • Raymarine Ray 240E VHF system with handset at navstation
  • Raymarine AIS500 Class B transceiver
  • Weatherfax/Navtex receiver

Entertainment Systems

  • Samsung 40” LED Television with European DVB tuner and terrestrial antenna installed in saloon
  • Samsun 32” LED television with DVB tuner and Teac DVD player in stalled in owner’s cabin 
  • 2x B&W speakers in owner’s cabin
  • Toshiba LCD TV’s mounted in each guest cabin and crew cabin
  • Bose Lifestyle 48 DVD/CD/FM sterop system with harddive to store up to 300 hours of music
  • Ipod docking station
  • Four Bose 131 speakers in cockpit
  • Niles remote control systems


  • A Hall Spars three spreader fractional rig with discontinuous shrouds and 21 degree sweep on the spreaders
  • Hall Spars Carbon V-boom
  • Mast and boom removed and serviced in spring 2014 – fully repainted in snow white Awlgrip
  • High Modulous carbon fibred mast tube
  • Single line reefing for two reefs
  • Future Fibres PBO Standing rigging, rod headstay – PBO was sent to Future Fibres and tested in May 2014
  • Double groove carbon genoa furling foil
  • Locks for spinnaker and code zero halyards
  • Extensive running rigging inventory for racing and cruising
  • Holmatro removable hydraulic mast jacl with manual pump


General Equipment

  • 3.70m custom rigid-inflatable tender from Technorib
  • Transom of tender folds flat and rolls inboard allowing tender to fit in lazarette dinghy garage
  • 25Hp 4-stroke Yamaha outboard engine
  • Bauer Dive compressor installed in lazarette
  • Assorted tools and spare parts

Safety Equipment

  • Gloria portable fire extinguishers installed in each cabin
  • Fire blanket in galley
  • Safety belts for navigator and cook
  • Safety lines for deck