• 23.3 m
  • 2005
  • Tuscany, Italy
  • 1 400 000 €


Anteo 75-002 FD


Nautor Swan 75

The Swan 75 Flush-Deck is a practical and seaworthy long range cruiser with a hi-volume four-cabin interior and spacious deck layout. Fully equipped with all the modern amenities that one would expect including carbon rig, park avenue boom, tendergarage, swim platform and carbon telescopic gangway, and that's just on the outside!

Lightly used since her launch in 2005, this is a turn-key program for an owner wishing to step onboard and go sailing

Contact our office in Monaco for additional information

Swan 75-002 Anteo


Hull is constructed in single skin glass/aramid hybrid reinforced polyester laminate with vinylester skincoats.

Carbon fiber stringers and reinforcements

Hull is finished in white gelcoat, with dark blue cove and boot stripes

Keel is an antimony lead casting with cast in keel bolts of hi-tensile stainless steel

Steering System

Rudder of foam filled GRP with tapered stock in e-glass composite

Dual destroyer type steering wheels with teak trim and carbon spokes mounted on carbon pedestals

Lightweight aluminum steering quadrant

Emergency steering gear stowed in lazarette

Additional Hull Features

Hydraulically operated bathing platform with synthetic teak surface, remote control

Transom door seals pneumatically preventing water ingress

Large tender garage in lazarette with removable rollers

Telescopic electric gangway from Multiplast built in carbon fiber

Max Power retractable bow thruster driven by PTO on generator, joystick control at helm



Deck is a sandwich construction, using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate with a low-density closed cell foam core

Hi density core or solid laminate under deck fittings.

Deck laminates are finished in gelcoat White NGA 9650

Laid teak 9 x 55 mm nominal thickness on side and bridge deck, raised saloon top, cockpit soles and seats Low toe rail inside composite bulwark


Deck Equipment

Stainless steel retractable anchor arm.

Pulpit and pushpit are 740 mm high and  made of  Ø 32 mm stainless steel tube.

Pushpit has gates for easy access to bathing platform.

Recessed sprayhood in front of main companionway

Carbon fiber radar post on aft deck

Mooring cleats on bow and stern, pop-up mooring cleats midship

Removable screw in stainless steel rails on foredeck

Tender mounting bracket on foredeck


Winches (Lewmar)

Primary             2x 88 SESTH 3-speed

Secondary         2x 88 SEST

Halyard             3x 66 CEST

Anchoring          Lewmar 3000 windlass recessed in anchor locker (remote control also in aft cockpit)

Mooring             Retractable Sanguinetti mooring winch on foredeck

Polished stainless steel deck buttons for all


Sailing Hardware

Blocks by Harken

Spinlock Jammers

Harken main and genoa sheet tracks

Main traveler controlled hydraulically

Hydraulic genoa furler from Reckman






Teak interior is finished in hand rubbed satin varnish

Topsides where visible lined with teak battens

Floorboards with teak veneer finish

Removable overhead liner

Sky screens/blinds on all deck hatches

Overhead handrails in saloon

Cantalupi Ragno reading lights over each berth

Cantalupi LED overhead lighting

Red night lights and floor level, nav station and saloon


Fore Peak

Storage space forward of water tight bulkhead in crew head

Mounting bracket for small outboard engine


Forward Cabin (Crew)

Two fixed berths on starboard side

Settee on port side

Stainless steel covered work surface on port side

Storage space for removable Sat TV antenna

Teak storage boxes below berth

One full height hanging locker and one half-height storage locker

En suite head with shower

Tecma silence WC, mirrors, washbasin and storage lockers


Forward Guest Cabin (Port)

Double berth below with folding Pullman berth above

Drawers below double berth

Hanging locker forward of berth

Full height mirror with halogen spolights on bulkhead

Bed side table next to lower berth

En suite head with shower

Tecma silence WC, mirrors, washbasin and storage lockers


Galley (STBD)

Insulated and sheathed space for cooker

Double stainless steel sinks

Folding and recessed garbage bin

Front Loading refrigerator forward

Top loading freezer

Additional fridge/freezer aft

Counter tops finished in Corian Cameo White

Storage lockers, drawers and cupboards


Galley Equipment

Stainless Steel four burner Force 10 cooker with oven, gimbaled mounting

Gaggia Espresso machine

Coffee bean grinder

Candy Automatic washing machine (3KG)

Dishwasher Miele for 12 place settings

Waste disposal unit in galley sink

Triton Format Trash compactor



L-shaped settee to port with table and two Swan chairs on centerline

Settee on starboard side with electric adjustable height coffee table

Bookshelves and lockers either side outboard


Nav Station

Forward facing chart table on aft starboard side of saloon

Drawers and bookshelves for navigation materials

Electrical switchboard within reach

LED light indicators for electrical consumers

Emergency stop for engine

Electronic instruments mounted flush on vertical panels

Oilskin locker aft


Engine Room

Internally sound insulated and fire resistant (SOLAS B-15)

Fire shutters and storm covers on ventilation ducts

Integral drip tray below engines


Aft Guest Cabin (PORT)

Sofa outboard to port with folding Pullman above

Writing desk and Swan chair inboard

Full height hanging locker forward of writing desk

En suite head with shower

Tecma silence WC, mirrors, washbasin and storage lockers


Aft Guest Cabin (STBD)

Upper and lower fixed berths outboard

Hanging locker

Ensuite head with shower, Tecma WC, washbasin, mirrors and storage lockers


Aft Cabin

Twin berths on either side outboard

Large mirror centerline on forward bulkhead

Hanging lockers on either side outboard and forward of berths

En suite head with separate shower stall forward to port

Tecma silence WC, mirrors, washbasin and storage lockers



Cummins 6BT5.9-M marine diesel engine 134Kw/180Hp

ZF 63 A hydraulic reverse/reduction gear 2.68:1

Hi tensile steel shaft with drip free shaft seal and P-bracket

Three bladed Gori propeller

Two stage silencing exhaust system with fiberglass silencer and gas/water separators fitted to main engine and generator.  Cooling water is discharged below waterline and exhaust gasses aft

Total fuel capacity 1470 L in five stainless steel tanks

Electric fuel transfer pump

Dual Separ filters for engine, single for generator, all with water in fuel alarm and drain valve

Fuel and water level meters at chart table


Plumbing Systems

Hot and cold pressurized water system, 2x electic pumps that can either be run in parallel or separately

Water capacity 1280 litres in two integral tanks

Hot water produced by 220v heating element or engine and stored in 80L tank

Deck shower on swim platform  and in aft cockpit with hot and cold water

Sea water pump for fire fighting and deck wash, outlet on foredeck

2x Tecnicomar watermakers producing 200 L/H each

Seagull water purifier in galley

Hydraulic System

Bosch Rexroth hydraulic power pack operating Genoa furler and mainsail traveler

Manual rigging hydraulics by Navtec operating:

  • Vang
  • Backstay
  • Inner forestay
  • Genoa Halyard
  • Outhaul


Refrigeration Systems

Two 230V AC driven Iceberg refrigeration units with hold-over plates for fridge and both freezers

Possible to run the units off the inverter

Thermostatic control enables one freezer to be used as a refrigerator


Ventilation System

Forced ventilation in all cabins and for bilge and lazarette

Condaria Reverse cycle Air conditioning system with fan coils in:

  • Owner’s Cabin
  • Aft port cabin
  • Aft stbd cabin
  • Saloon
  • Forward Guest Cabin
  • Galley
  • Forepeak

Openable deck hatches and portholes

Battery boxes ventilated outside via fans

Eberspacher diesel heater linked to fan coil circuit

Engine room exhaust fans

Hella 12v turbo fans in crew cabin, aft stbd cabin and port aft cabin


Drainage System

Two manual whale Titan bilge pumps (cockpit and saloon) to pump out main bilge

One electrical submersible bilge pump in main bilge

One electric bilge pump in lazarette

Galley sinks drain directly through sea cock

Washbasins and showers drain into sump tanks (capacity 60L), pumped out by individual electric pumps

Tecma silence heads use fresh water and drain into stainless holding tanks with level indicator

Tanks emptied by electric pumps or via deck suction lines.  Back up electric pumps fitted to each tank



24v DC system with insulated return

230V AC is grounded three wire system

Electrical distribution panel near chart table

Wiring sized to minimize voltage drop

Lightning protection through mast, rigging and keel


DC System

Service battery bank 800Ah 5h (960 Ah 20 h)

Radio battery bank 240 Ah

Battery parallel switch for engine and service batteries

Separate batteries for engine and generator starting


AC System

Fed by 50A shore power system, generator or inverter

Reverse polarity switch for shore power

20 KvA Westerbeke diesel generator with sound shield and PTO clutch



140A alternator on main engine

2x 230V 75A service battery chargers

1x 230V 50A radio battery charger

Engine and generator batteries charged by dedicated alternators on each engine

Mastervolt 24/5000 VA inverter with transfer switch

Mastervolt 24/5000 inverter for entertainment system



Navigation Instruments

B&G Hydra Cruise sailing instruments

Hydra main processor

NMEA FFD at nav station

7x Non-NMEA FFD’s (4 in cockpit, chart table, aft cabin, forepeak)

6x 20/20’s

Analogue 360 degree wind

Analogue magnified wind

Rudder angle display

Furuno Radar M-1833C at chart table

2x Furuno GDC-1700C chart plotters one at each helm

Backup radar Furuno GDC 1700 at nav station with 45cm antenna on mast

Furuno GPS GP-37

Radar antenna on

2x Suunto 5” steering compasses

Vetus barograph


Autopilot System

B&G Hydra 2000

Rexroth twin rams

Meridian constant running pump

Display at helm and nav station


Computer Systems

Laptop computer with 17” Acer monitor


MaxSea Blu Sky software


Security System

Tracer fixed colour camera on aft end of boom and three cameras under radar antenna

2x 6.8” monitors (galley & aft port guest cabin)

The two displays for security are  connectedwith the amplifier A/V

The four cameras for security can send the signal to the TV dislplay (divided in 4 images)


Communications Systems

Furuno weatherfax/navtex receiver (NAVNET)

Furuno SSB

T&T F33 satellite receiver

Iridium telephone

Furuno FM 2721 VHF with handset at helm and nav station (doubles as intercom)

2x Icom Handheld VHF



Entertainment Systems

37” Sharp HD TV in saloon on starboard side saloon

Sony 3D HD Audio/Video amplifier

Bose Acoustimass 5.1 surround sound in saloon, subwoofer under table

2 SAT Decoder (including Sky Italy)

Sat TV antenna can be mounted in several locations

Blue Ray Disk WiFi

Digital headphones radio transmitter



Offshore Spars standard modulus carbon fiber four-spreader fractional rig, discontinuous rod standing rigging and 25 degree swept back spreaders

Carbon fiber park avenue boom with internal lights

Separate storm trysail track on mast

Spinnaker track on mast

Track on boom for sun awning

Halyards led internally

Reefing lines led to aft cockpit

Lazy jacks with jammers on mast




General Equipment

Delta 110lbs anchor

25Kg Bruce anchor in bow locker (10m chain, 80m rope)


100m mooring line

Boat Hook

Flag pole

Suction lifters for floor boards

Cockpit table with telescopic legs

Combined bathing/swimming ladder

Sounding rods for fuel/water tanks

Teak foot rests for helmsman

4x camping gaz bottle


Canvas Work

Sprayhood over main companionway with leather trim

Steering wheel covers

Padded cover for cockpit and saloon tables

Canvas floor covers for saloon and aft companionway

Sail cover

Sun awning blue on top, white underneath (2010)


Safety Equipment

Softex total flooding fire extinguisher system for engine and generator space (remote controlled)

Portable fire extinguishers in interior

Deck jackstays in webbing

Safety belts for navigator and cook

2x six-person liferafts












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Storm jib


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Vectran (Never used)




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Code Zero


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Other Equipment


  • Basic Information
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  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2005
  • YearBuilt: 2005
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  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Italy
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  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 76' 6" (23.30m)
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  • Berths: N/A
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  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
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  • Captains Quarters: No
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  • Hull Material: Composite
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