1977
Year
NAUTOR'S SWAN
Builder
40' 10" (12.45m)
Length
2
Cabins

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ZOE - 1977 40' 10" NAUTOR'S SWAN Nautor Swan 411
Port Townsend Washington
$89,000 USD


The 1977 40' 10" NAUTOR'S SWAN Nautor Swan 411 ZOE is a yacht for sale located in Port Townsend, Washington, USA.Recently upgraded over the last 3 years, including standing rigging, sails and instruments. This Nautor Swan 411 was trucked West across the US, by her current owners, 5 years ago and has been used primarily for cruising. She still has some great sailing years ahead and it is time for new owners to take over.Offered to co-brokers on a commission split of 50/50.  

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LENGTH 40' 10" (12.45m)
BUILDER NAUTOR'S SWAN
ASKING PRICE $89,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 1977
BEAM 11' 11" (3.63m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED N/A
CRUISING SPEED N/A
CABINS 2
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 23809.92 Lbs
LOCATION Port Townsend Washington United States
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Broker's Comments

ZOE is an excellent example of a well-maintained and updated S&S Swan. The following is a partial list of improvements that have been completed during the past 3 years.

 

  • Tightened and re-packed keel bolts.
  • Stripped the lower hull and applied a new barrier coat. The bottom paint is Petit Vivid and was applied at the end of the season in 2018.
  • All new solid rod standing rigging with new fittings.
  • All new sails and running rigging by Port Townsend Sails-a sail loft that specializes in building high quality off shore sails. The sail inventory includes:
    1. A working jib on roller furler and double reefing mainsail.
    2. Two light air sails: a drifter and an asymmetrical spinnaker.
    3. A staysail.
  • New clutches on the mast to facilitate handling of halyards.
  • New manual bilge pumps.
  • New fresh water pump.
  • New head, hoses, and macerator.
  • All new berth cushions.
  • New full length boat cover.
  • New two burner propane stove with oven.
  • New Vesper Marine AIS and wifi.
  • New B&G sailing instruments (or $1600 credit).
  • New 3-blade folding MaxProp.
  • New ELCI/AC main on-off switch to conform to latest marina requirements for shore power connections.

Owner's Comments

Nearly five years ago, my wife and I began looking for a cruising boat that would allow the two of us to take extended voyages. We preferred older boats that we could restore as we sailed. High on our list were sailing performance, styling, and ability to sail short-handed. Most cruise boats met the latter criterion, but in our minds the “load carriers” came up short in sailing performance and styling.

 

We opted for our Swan 411 and chose it over a Swan 41 because it carries more sail area. Our intended sailing destinations included the Puget Sound and South Pacific. Both areas tend to have less wind than more, so we wanted to carry as much sail as we could. There are very few 411s around, but I eventually found one in Rhode Island. It needed a lot of TLC, but it was exactly what we wanted.

 

We had our Swan, ZOE, trucked across America and began a restoration and sailing journey. Because we intended to go off shore for extended periods, we wanted the engine, sails, and rigging to be top notch. ZOE already had a late model Volvo engine, but her sails and rigging were tired. We chose custom off-shore sails by a premier West Coast sail loft. Because micro cracks were starting to appear in ZOE’s standing rigging, we took no chances and replaced all of the standing rigging with new solid rod.

 

As shown in the inventory, our updates were extensive, but we have the boat we want. It sails like a dream, and I have sailed solo quite a lot. I’m nearly 72 years old, so that says more about the boat than the sailor! Unfortunately, life has intervened in our cruising plans, so we now offer ZOE to a new generation of sailors.

Construction

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Stripped the lower hull and applied a new barrier coat. The bottom paint is Petit Vivid and was applied at the end of the season in 2018.
  • Teak decks, screwed, original.
  • Alum. toe rails.

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Tightened and re-packed keel bolts.
  • Skeg rudder.

Machinery

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 2006 Volvo D2-40 diesel engine and transmission.

 

Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours 586 as of March 2019.

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • New 3-blade folding MaxProp.
  • 36” steering wheel.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:  

  • 12V ship’s system.

 

Shore Power:

  • New ELCI/AC main on-off switch to conform to latest marina requirements for shore power connections.
  • 110V shore power.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • New fresh water pump.
  • Hot and cold pressure water.

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • New manual bilge pumps.

Tankage

Fuel:

  • Total capacity of 130 litres (34.3 US gallons).

 

Fresh water:

  • Total capacity of 250 litres (66 US gallons).

 

Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:

  • Holding tank.

Navigation Equipment

  • New Vesper Marine AIS and wifi.
  • New B&G sailing instruments.
  • ST-4000 autopilot.
  • Twin B & G Triton 2 gauges for depth, speed wind, etc.
  • Dual GPS systems. One is for the AIS system and is fully compatible with open platform navigation tools such as iNavX so course, location, and speed can be monitored on any pad or smart phone. The other system runs B & G chart plotters and integrated autopilot.

Domestic Equipment

Galley:

  • Two-burner propane stove with sniffer.
  • Ice box, 4.9 cu ft, 12V.

 

Heads/Showers:

  • New head, hoses, and macerator.
  • Wilcox Crittenden head.

 

Heating & Ventilation:

  • Diesel cabin heating system.

 

Entertainment:

  • AM/FM sound system.

 

Lighting:

  • Nearly all overhead lighting replaced with halogen.
  • Fans in the main salon and aft cabin.

Accommodation

Summary of Accommodation:

  • All new berth cushions.
  • Aft cabin with double & single berth.
  • Pilot berth in main saloon, one bookshelf.
  • Two settee berths in saloon.
  • Wooden berths with V filler in fwd cabin.
  • One head Stbd side forward with holding tank.
  • Folding teak table.
  • Teak and holly floorboards.
  • Teak grating in head.

Deck Equipment

Rig:

  • All new solid rod standing rigging with new fittings.
  • New clutches on the mast to facilitate handling of halyards.
  • Original spinnaker pole, genoa pole and symmetrical spinnaker.
  • Wind generator and mast.
  • I – 17.53 m / 57.5’.
  • J – 5.49 m / 18.0’.
  • P – 15.7 m / 51.5’.
  • E – 4.21 m / 13.8’.
  • Nautor alum mast and boom with slab reefing.
  • Mast top above water approx. 62’.
  • Navtec vang and backstay.
  • Furlex roller furling.
  • One spinnaker, one reaching strut.


Winches:

  • 2 x L46 AST.
  • 2 x L44 chrome, 3 speed.
  • 2 x L40 AST.
  • 2 x L56 AST in cockpit
  • 2 x L52 AST in cockpit
  • 1 x L40 AST in cockpit


Sails:

  • All new sails and running rigging by Port Townsend Sails-a sail loft that specializes in building high quality off shore sails. The sail inventory includes:
  1. A working jib on roller furler and double reefing mainsail.
  2. Two light air sails: a drifter and an asymmetrical spinnaker.
  3. A staysail.

 

General:

  • Two deck prisms fwd.
  • SST guard rails over dorades.
  • SST boarding ladder on stern.
  • Swim ladder.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Misc anchors and chain rode.

 

Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • New full-length boat cover.
  • Main companionway dodger.
  • Bimini.




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Jennifer Stewart
Berthon International
40 Mary Street

Newport, Rhode Island,
USA

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