• 17.49 m
  • 1992
  • Spain
  • 325 000 €


The Swan 55 is a break-away design for Nautor. MOANA is a yacht dedicated to cruising with a vast centre cockpit for comfort and safety. Rig and deck plan are designed to facilitate short handed use. The engine is the most powerful ever installed as standard in a Swan of this size and is situated in a walk in engine room together with a generator. The yacht features excellent stowage throughout. MOANA has many custom refinements for added comfort and ease of handling.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: Swan 55/112
  • Model Year: 1992
  • YearBuilt: 1992
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • 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: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 57' 5" (17.49m)
  • LWL: 42' 11" (13.07m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 15' 11" (4.85m)
  • Min Draft: 8' 7" (2.60m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 23,600 Kilos
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 880 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 900 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: German Frers
  • Manufacturer: Perkins
  • Model: 4M123 6 cyl
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel



Completed in October 1992 MOANA has since been based in the Mediterranean. She has been used for family sailing. She is well equipped and in excellent condition, having had one owner from new, until sold to her current owner in Feb 2012. MOANA is his third Swan (and he has owned various other yachts also!). Since 2012 the yacht has been based in Mallorca. The current owner has installed new decking, replaced rigging and made other upgrades. The current mooring may be taken on by the new owner by arrangement.

The owner and his wife are able to sail MOANA most of the time alone by virtue of her in mast furling main, hydraulic furling headstay, and powered winches. Even in port she is easily managed with powerful engine and bowthruster. 

The 55 is a very comfortable Swan with centre cockpit and deck space for comfortable sunbathing.

Other features on MOANA include the extended negative transom with swim platform, Air Conditioning, heating, extra drinks fridge in the saloon, and much more! MOANA offers an owners aft cabin with two large beds (one either side), plus ensuite head / shower. There are two guest cabins - an upper/lower bed cabin on port forward and a comfortable large V berth cabin forward. These share a second head / shower.

Hull and Deck

White hull.
Extended reverse transom, LOA 17.49m
Recessed bathing platform and stainless swim ladder

“Tech-deck” mock teak side decks, cabin trunk, sun deck and cockpit installed 2013-14.

Lewmar Commander System to drive winches and sail furling systems.

2 x Lewmar 66 chrome hydraulic self-tailing primary winches, on cockpit coaming – push button controls by winch on coaming;
2 x Lewmar 56 chrome ST hydraulic secondary winches, on aft coachroof, for runners/staysail/spi;
1 x Lewmar 46 chrome self tailing hydraulic main sheet winch, on stbd side of helm;
1 x 43 ST on port side of cockpit coaming, mainsheet car control;
2 x 46 CST on deck aft of mast;
1 x 52 ST and 1 x 43 ST portside on mast;
2 x 46 ST – on starboard side of the mast.

Wheel steering, cable and quadrant system.
Emergency tiller.

Lofrans Falcon 1500 V24 electric anchor windlass, recessed in bow locker with controls at anchor locker and at cockpit by helm. There is a chain box manual pump operated from the forward cabin.

Anchor with chain
Spare anchor.
Two chain rollers on stem head.

Outboard bracket on pushpit.  
Gates in life-lines and in pushpit.
2 x folding seats at stern.
Hot and cold shower at stern.

Engine and Mechanical

Perkins Sabre M135, 86.5 kW (116 hp) at 2800 rpm, diesel engine.
1,800 hours (approx) recorded approx at May 2016.
3 blade Max-Prop feathering propeller.
Fuel capacity of approx 900 litres (in 4 s/s tanks).


Bow-thruster - hydraulic retractable Mannesman Rexroth – operates from PTO on main engine.
Generator - Westerbeke 9 Kw (approx 1510 hours at May 2016).
Air conditioning – Marine Air, in aft cabin, saloon and forward (heating in reverse cycle).
Water-maker – Sea Recovery unit (installed under port guest cabin lower bed) – currently “laid up”.
Heating – separate Eberspacher heating system.

Plumbing and Electrical Systems

Electric bilge pump, manual and auto control.
Vacuflush electric toilets x 2 .
2 x Electric shower sump tank pumps.
1 x stainless steel holding tank forward (aft head may also be diverted to it). Electric overboard pump.

Frigomar 220v refrigerator and freezer system.
Fridge and freezer run from 24v or 220v.
Fridge at galley is front opening. Freezer at galley is top opening.
Extra fridge in saloon, starboard side between seats.

Victron Skylla battery charger 24v/75A (in engine room)
Victron Atlas battery charger.
Inverter – Genius Power DC to AC 600W (24v / 220v.)
Shore power 220v 25 A incl. land connection cable, polarity alarm, and outlets.
12 x 2v Service batteries, - 24v 650 Ah, new 2013
2 x Engine start batteries – 2 x Delphi 70Ah 12v (24v), new 2013
Generator start battery 12v, 2013.



Three cabin interior with semi custom layout as per following description and plan:

Forward guest cabin:
 V berth forward with infill makes a good double bed; dresser / desk on starboard side with a removable stool; large wardrobe, lockers, overhead hatch with steps to deck set in bulkhead. Hatch with sun blind / mosquito screen. Chrome reading lamps. Ventilator fan. Air-conditioning.

Port guest cabin: - with upper Pullman and lower wide single berth, lockers outboard of upper bed. Large wardrobe forward, locker unit aft. Mirror. Deck hatches (small and large). Ventilator fan. Air-conditioning.

Guest bathroom / shower compartment on starboard side, with separate shower stall, Vacuflush marine toilet, wash-basin, lockers.

Saloon: - With two “arm-chair” type seats on starboard side, drinks fridge built into the central furniture between the seats. Shelves, lockers and a drawer unit outboard / above the seating.  

On the port side is an “L” settee with dining table.
Two removable stools fit into the floor by the table at centre-line and a third in the aft place.
There are lockers outboard / above the sofa (custom stowage for glassware with Perspex locker fronts and another for crockery). Storage behind and under settees and in the saloon table.
Mirror on the forward portside bulkhead of the saloon. Ventilator fan. Lamps on forward bulkhead – one each side. Air conditioning.

Galley: - on the portside, aft from salon (forming also passage to aft cabin).
Equipped with:-
Fridge and freezer;
4 burner Alpes Inox cooker with grill & oven.
Siemens microwave.
Plenty of drawer and locker space.
Double s/s sinks on the inboard side.
Draining plate locker over sinks.

Engine room: - door from galley, easy access to motor, generator and other systems.
Tools storage on the door. Stainless steel work bench and vice.

Navigation area: - on starboard side aft from saloon, with chart table, drawers, single seat.
Door aft to the aft shower / head area.

Aft cabin:- with two large beds, one either side, a vanity unit with a stool in the centre. Lockers aft of the vanity with mirror fronts.  Hanging lockers port and starboard. Drawers under the beds. Lockers outboard from beds. Ventilator fan on port side. Reading lamps. Two deck hatches (with screens) and two opening ports. Safe in locker.

En-suite aft head to starboard with separate shower stall, Vacuflush marine toilet, wash-basin, lockers.  Locker in shower stall fitted out with drawers.

Various other small modifications and extra fittings throughout.

Navigation and Mechanical Systems

Suunto pedestal compass.
Brookes and Gatehouse instruments (log, depth and wind direction / speed).
B&G Hydra 2 MFD at chart table. B&H Hydra 2 unit in aft cabin.
Raytheon ST7000+ Autopilot, control at helm pedestal and ST600R remote unit.
Furuno radar, scanner on mast.
Furuno GPS GP70, at chart table.
Furuno Navnet GPS/Plotter at helm (connected to the Max Sea chart system).
VHF radio GME GX600 D with DSC
Cobra hand held VHF radios (2).

Computer systems with screen, mouse and keyboard.
Sofware includes Max Sea chart system.

Sails and Rigging

Nautor aluminium spars, painted white. Mast with triple spreaders.
Reckmann hydraulic in mast furling.
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling.
Reckmann units serviced 2012-3
Standing rigging, s/s discontinuous rod rigging – new 2012-3.?
Running rigging renewed 2013
Spinnaker pole is stows on the front of the mast.
Removable wire cutter stay, stows at mast.     
Navtec hydraulic backstay and boom vang, panel in cockpit on forward edge of cockpit table.
Shroud rollers on main stays.
Replaced electric switches for furling gear and winches.

Hood mainsail, 2009
Hood furling genoa, 2009
MPS / Gennaker


Conrad Pischel R.I.B. Line hard bottom dinghy (stows on deck forward).
5 hp Yamaha outboard.

Fixed cockpit table with folding leafs each side and cover.
Cockpit cushions.
Large spray hood.
Cover for wheel and pedestal.
Boarding gangway.

Life-raft – Eurovinyl 6 person (next service due 1-2018).
EPIRB. Jonbuoy unit. MOM lifesling
Selection of lifejackets (next service due 1-2017)
Engine room fire extinguisher, (2011 – in service until 5-2017)
Fuel shut off and fire extinguisher switch in cockpit.
Gas detector.
Fire extinguishers.

Galley equipment including pots and pans, glassware, crockery and cutlery.
Fenders. Gas bottles. Mooring lines. Winch and pump handles.