• 13.4 m
  • 2000
  • Spain
  • 218 000 €


CYGNET has a black hull, non skid decks, and is well equipped.

Purchased by the present owner in spring 2007 in Newport. The yacht was then shipped to Mallorca where she has been based ever since. CYGNET has light summer use and continual very good maintenance.

On arrival in Spain the yacht was imported and IVA / VAT was paid. 

This is a very comfortable boat for a couple to cruise with guests, as there are two double cabins/2 heads. It is a single cockpit, with a wide companionway, very open layout for the main salon area with teak dinette and settees on both sides. Mostly her owners sail as husband and wife alone – the yacht is easily managed.

Recent upgrades:

Mast was out 2012 and she had the spar and rigging inspected – a number of rigging connections were renewed – everything else was in good shape.
In 2013 the engine had a new exhaust elbow.

New canvas bimini and sprayhood in 2013.

In September 2014, the rudder was dropped, checked and serviced with new rudder bearings.

Each year she has been ashore for inspection, antifouling and general service of whatever needed.

Each year sails and canvas are removed and stored from October to April/May.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat
  • Model: 44 Mark II
  • Model Year: 2000
  • YearBuilt: 2000
  • Year Refit: 2012
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: VAT Paid
  • Country: Spain
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 2/6 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 44' 0" (13.40m)
  • LWL: 34' 6" (10.50m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 13' 10" (4.20m)
  • Min Draft: 7' 3" (2.20m)
  • Max Draft: 7' 3" (2.20m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: 44' 0" (13.40m)
  • Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 750 Miles
  • Max Speed: 8 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 11,000 Kilos
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 380 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 250 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 2
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: GRP
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: German Frers
  • Hull Color: black
  • Hull Finish: Gelcoat
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Volvo
  • Model: MD22L
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


Hull and Deck construction

CYGNET has black gelcoat hull, NGA 9000
White upper & lower waterlines with black between.
Gold Imron cove stripe.
Black coaming stripes.
(Note: Adjusted colour scheme in 2007. Repainted bottom White & two coaming stripes.)

Non skid gray decks with teak only in cockpit area.
Transom Awlgrip painted Spring 2005, name repainted.

Standard build and fittings include:
Hull is single skin construction using glass-fibre reinforced polyester laminate.
Deck is of sandwich construction using GRP skin laminates with foam core.
Structural bulkheads are of marine grade plywood laminated to hull and deck.
Stiffeners are unidirectional lay-ups over foam cores.
Kell is lead casting with antimony.

Cast in keel bolts are of high tensile stainless steel.
Rudder is foam filled GRP with tapered tubular stock of high tensile stainless steel, supported by two self aligning bearings.
Cable steering with chain drive.
Destroyer type wheel.
Suunto pedestal compass.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with chain roller and double headsail tack attachment.
Stainless steel main shroud chain-plates.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushit and stanchions, bolted through deck.
Anodised aluminium toerail.
Goiot hatches and portholes.

Deck equipment and fittings:
Large cockpit locker under starboard helm cockpit seat
Large lazarette locker under helm seat
Fold down stainless steel boarding / swim ladder at transom.
2 x Dorades, 1 either side of companionway with stainless steel protection bars
1 x Dorade with 2 cowls forward of mast
Stainless steel hand rails on coach roof.
3 x pairs of mooring cleats, 2 x forward, 2 x aft and 2 midship
Harken mainsheet and genoa tracks.
Gate in lifeline, both sides.
Outboard bracket.
44" stainless steel wheel, with elk-hide cover.

Harken B64.2 x 2 primary winches on coaming of cockpit.
Harken 46 x 2 at companionway.
Harken 48 2 speed in cockpit.

Aluminium backing plates on coach-roof forward for later installation of additional winches.

Electric anchor windlass, Lewmar Ocean 3, gypsy only with handheld control, 2009.
45lb CQR anchor.

Engine and Mechanical

Volvo Penta MD22 L four cylinder engine, 36.5 kW (50 hp), with Saildrive.
Fresh water cooling with heat exchanger.
3 blade LH folding propeller.

(Note: the tachometer was replaced approx 2008 but stopped again 2012 and an additional hour meter was then installed. The yacht does not have much motoring use – the owner estimates 100 hours per year since he bought her.)
Estimated total hours on the engine are: 3000 at March 2016

According to Nautor manual: Range under power 750 nm or 125 hours at 6.3 knots.
Cruising Speed: 6   Max Speed: 8

Fuel in one tank with shut off valve.


Sleeps a total of six. Two in each of the two sleeping cabins, one in the port saloon sea berth and one in the saloon. Two heads. The interior is finished with hand rubbed teak throughout.
Cream leather upholstery in main salon & nav seat. Grey curtains.Beige/cream stripe upholstery for beds.
Pull out mosquito screens/blinds for saloon, fore-cabin & aft cabin hatches.
Teak and holly cabin sole.

Forward cabin has a double berth with filler and stowage under. Shelves and cupboards over. Starboard side dresser and hanging locker. Full length mirror.

Forward head is in white gel coated GRP. Enamelled wash basin, hot and cold pressure water. Mirror. Towel and soap holder. Waste container. Lockers with shelves outboard.

Main saloon with centreline table and folding leaves port and starboard, and fiddle rails. U shaped settee to port and straight settee to starboard. Leather saloon settees and navigation seat. Sea berth to port above settee. Lockers and shelves outboard of starboard settee.

Galley located aft of the saloon on port side. U shaped. Stainless steel sink with pressure hot and cold water. Garbage bin below sink. Gimballed Force 10 propane stove with oven and protective stainless steel bar. Pots and pans locker under stove. Chest of drawers. Nautor custom front and top loaded refrigeration, powered by 12 volts.
Navigation station located aft of the saloon and on the starboard side. Forward facing. Surrounded with navigation and communication electronics.

The aft cabin is located aft of the galley portside. Double berth with filler, shelves over full length of berth. Hanging locker forward. Full length mirror.

Aft head on starboard side and aft of the saloon, description same as forward head.

Galley Equipment
Gimballed Force 10 propane stove, 3 burner, converted to camping gas.
Nautor made refrigerator with air cooled 12V unit, 122 litre volume
Freezer, Isotherm 2013K, 12V cooling unit.
Remote electric propane shutoff.
Galley exhaust fan.
Double s/s sink.
Corian countertops.

Plumbing and Electrical Systems

Bronze seacocks and through hull fittings
Fresh water in two tanks.
Pressurized system for cold and hot water.
One fresh water foot pump.
One salt water foot pump.
22L hot water tank – hot water via engine and 220v.
PAR manual marine toilets (2).
Telephone type showers – shower sump tanks with pump overboard.
Electric sump tank pumps.
Holding tank for aft head.

Shore power 220V 16A.
220v Spanish style outlets at galley.
110V USA type outlets in forward and aft cabins.
Isolation transformer Mastervolt IVET-D 3.5kVa

Mastervolt “Chargemaster” 12-50-3 battery charger.
12v DC system for general service and battery charging.
Service batteries, 2 x Gel 8G8D, each one 225Ah at 20hr, 2008.
Service batteries located in glass fibre box (in the dining table) and vented through mast.
Service batteries charged via engine driven alternator.
Engine start battery 12V 90Ah, charged by separate 12v engine driven alternator.
Battery parallel button.
12v outlet at switchboard and watertight outlets in cockpit and by mast.

Hella fans x 2,
Chrome bulkhead lamps in saloon, Cantalup Time x 2.
Reading lamps at each bed.

Navigation and Mechanical Systems

ST60 displays on either side of companionway:
Wind speed, portside, top,
Wind angle, portside bottom,
Boat speed, starboard side, top,
Depth, starboard side, bottom,
Raymarine ST60 boat speed repeater in cockpit including transducer,
Raymarine ST60 depth display in cockpit including transducer,
Raymarine ST60 MFD on compass crash bar interfaced with GPS,
Raymarine ST60 CH/VMG display in cockpit,
Raymarine E80 display with radar overlay and 24nm range on compass crash bar together with ST60 multifunction display and Raymarine ST7000 plus autopilot,
Raymarine E80 display at Nav Station,
Raymarine 2kw (24nm) radome radar scanner on -
Forespar carbon radome pole (white) at stern - electric platform articulation.

Raymarine 240 dual station VHF/DSC at Nav station (new 2007)
Second Raymarine 240 handset in cockpit(new 2007)
VHF antenna/windex combination in masthead
SSB, Icom M700PRO and tuner AT130, with grounding cage in lazarette
Insulated backstay, receiver and transmitter aerial.

Sails and Rigging

Double spreader masthead sloop rig.
Nautor anodised aluminium spars.
Mast stepped through deck onto galvanised steel mast-step with movable shoe for rake adjustment.
Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner and boom vang with Navtec System 50 panel on pedestal.
Babystay with Wichard adjuster.
Harken headstay furler for genoa.
Separate trysail track on mast, 25 mm T track, port side.
Harken full batten mainsail system, track and cars.
Floating genoa car system, tow lines lead to the secondary winches including jammers.

Burgee halyard.
Running rigging – sheets and halyards etc, includes Spectra genoa sheets, Spectra Gennaker sheets, Spectra running backstays.

Mast top above water 62.3'
Foretriangle: 44.6m2 (479.8 st ft).
Mainsail: 38.1 m2 (410 sq ft)
130% genoa: 58.0 m2 (623.7 sq ft)

SAILS: (North inventory)
    Cruising Main, Dacron, 2000 (not used by previous owner, first used 2007).
    Furling headsail 105% radial, 90 CL-P Mylar incl. UV cover, new 2007.
    Reacher (Yankee, 130%), high clew, adjustable, 2004.
    Genoa 130% overlap with UV protection and Dacron,new 2007
Other sails from former owner – not used since 2007 and in storage in Palma:
    Racing Main, 3DL
    Genoa  #1, light, 3DL Kevlar tri-radial
    Genoa  #1, med-heavy, Kevlar 3DL
    Jib #3
    Jib  #4, 3DL Kevlar, Norlam SR, never used
    Spinnaker, .75 oz
    Storm Jib, never used
    Trysail, never used


Zodiac Cadet fast roller inflatable tender with Suzuki 6hp outboard.

Deck gear:
Cockpit shower with hot/cold water.
Custom teak cockpit table
Teak outboard bracket
Passarelle fitting on stern and aluminium Passarelle
Lopolight Tricolor with anchor navigation light at masthead
1 x 45lb. CQR anchor with 25 m. of chain and 75 m. of rode.

Rail mounted life-sling MOB recovery system
Pains Wessex McMurdo Smartfind 406 EPIRP with GPS, Cat II
Marinecar dual watch combined LP Gas and carbon monoxide detector and alarm

Cockpit upholstery, in grey.
Bimini, in beige material.
Large beige sprayhood over entrance, 1.5 m high.
Separate canvas covers for wheel/crash bar and binnacle.
Black canvas covers for winches.    
Black mainsail cover.

Recent Upgrades

Recent upgrades:

Mast was out 2011 and she had the spar and rigging inspected – full overhaul / service and replacement (as needed) by A+ Rigging Mallorca.

In 2013 the engine had a new exhaust elbow.

New canvas bimini and sprayhood in 2013.

In September 2014, the rudder was dropped, checked and serviced with new rudder bearings.

Each year she has been ashore for inspection, antifouling and general service of whatever needed.

Sails and canvas were removed and stored each year from October to April/May.

The boat was out of the water, hull cleaned and anodes replaced (Feb 2017).

Engine serviced - March 2017.  Winches serviced - March 2017.