2021
Year
NAUTOR'S SWAN
Builder
78' 8" (23.98m)
Length
5
Cabins

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SWAN 78
2021 78' 8" NAUTOR'S SWAN Cruising Sailboat Nautor Swan 78 Pietarsaari Finland
€5,000,000 EUR


The 2021 78' 8" NAUTOR'S SWAN Nautor Swan 78 Sloop Cruising Sailboat SWAN 78 is a sail yacht for sale located in Pietarsaari, Finland.

The Nautor Swan 78 is another sure fired success from the team of German Frers and Oy Nautor Ab. She has all of the qualities typical of a Swan, however the 78 is a very modern yacht. The interior has a high volume for her LOA with five cabins in total. Interior design by Heini Gustafsson ensures a fresh and stylish finish. The deck shape is an evolution of the classic wedge shape, offering a “semi-raised” coachroof giving more light into the interior and providing panoramic views out. Below the water she has a modern keel and two rudders.

Note: Please note all photos are from a sistership.

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LENGTH 78' 8" (23.98m)
BUILDER NAUTOR'S SWAN
ASKING PRICE €5,000,000 EUR
BUILT 2021
BEAM 21' (6.40m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 11.00 Knots
CRUISING SPEED 8.00 Knots
CABINS 5
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 42,600 Kg
LOCATION Pietarsaari, Finland
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Builder’s/Manufacturer’s Comments

Yacht sizes of around 78 feet, quite a central measure for the Swan range, are a watershed between the world of performance cruisers and that of maxi yachts. This means that the yachts in this family have all the features and amenities of a maxi yacht without the owner having to deal with any of the bureaucratic or managerial complications. It is the ideal measurement for enjoying the very best in terms of habitability with a relatively modest commitment. The new Swan 78 is an evolution for the period, whilst still remaining faithful to the tradition of great ocean cruising Swan models of earlier years.

 

Deck:

The deck is the one area of the yacht where owners, guests and crew spend the most time. Here is where the yacht is handled under sail, and here is where guests enjoy the seascapes at anchor. The Swan 78 deck layout is the most recent evolution of the “S” concept (Semi-raised Saloon), with the celebrated Swan coachroof, discreet and streamlined, with panoramic views from inside, due to the raised saloon. On the 78 Frers signature lines have given their very best, with sleek curves that create a volume capable of protecting the cockpit and creating more space below. The coachroof design is a masterly mix of curved lines and multifaceted surfaces, with 360 degree windows and a generous roof that doubles up as a sunbathing area. The recessed sprayhood and the full beam bimini keep guests always well protected in a cockpit/lounge that features two C shaped settees each with its own table.

 

All manoeuvres are at the centre of the cockpit and can be handled easily by a reduced crew. The five available winches are well placed around the helm stations with a central tower dedicated to the mainsheet. As an option, a captive winch for main sheet can be provided.

 

Further aft the deck is equipped for sunbathing and swimming, with a completely open space than can be equipped with cushions and access to the beach area, which also opens a full beam lazarette that can stow a rigid inflatable.

Forward of the mast the deck is completely uncluttered, an expanse of pure teak that ends at the forepeak with the large locker for the anchor.

 

Sailing:

Sailing a Swan 78 is an experience that instantly explains the latest design trends for sailing yachts. The first feature that emerges is her extreme stability during sailing, made possible through her twin rudders. Indeed, as heel angle increases, the geometry in the water alters to adapt to the new position. The windward rudder lifts while the leeward one dips progressively, becoming more perpendicular and at the same time more efficient. Heeling stability is guaranteed – with the first few degrees of heel, the hull form facilitates prompt acceleration even in light conditions. Heel angle stabilises at around 20 degrees, remaining symmetrical and balanced throughout.

Beyond this inclination, the hull shape contributes dynamically to the vertical force provided by the T-shaped keel, maintaining the optimal hull position.

 

All this translates into two fundamental and apparently opposite effects. These are that performance is optimised keeping the hull sailing to its lines and therefore all the naval architecture including keel and rudders at maximum efficiency, and at the same time the yacht remains comfortable and liveable, allowing life on board to continue normally even when sailing upwind for long distances. If her performance off-wind appears obvious, the new Swan 78 amazes even more upwind. Perfect balance translates into unexpected agility, with the helms remaining light. The rudders, almost always at centre, are only necessary for changing course. This allows those on board to play amongst the waves and promptly follow wind shifts. The Swan 78 allows her crew to sail at double digit boat speeds constantly and safely, easily managing manoeuvres from around the twin helms. At anchor, the various areas for relaxing, protected from or immersed in the elements, allows those on board to fully enjoy the surrounding scenery.

Designer’s Comments

German Frers, Architect:

All of Nautor´s know-how and experience in racing and cruising yachts have been incorporated into this new blue-water Swan 78, a direct descendant of the original Swan 80 and 82 models of the past. She is slightly shorter overall – in order to meet the EC 24.00 metre length overall limitation – beamier and more powerful. The modern hull lines, including a wide stern above the waterline, twin rudders and racing oriented keel design, are a reflection of the rapid evolution of yacht design during the past years, propelled by the experiences made on round-the-world races and other offshore events. The new boat is faster, safer, easier to control and, as a result, more comfortable at sea. The keel options include deep telescopic lifting, fixed deep and fixed shallow possibilities yet maintaining stability, the same rudder configuration and standard sail plan.


The same could be said of the deck with its modern design, uncluttered surfaces and straightforward, simple solutions to sail handling and life at sea. The appearance is that of neatness and efficiency. Two options are offered for the interior, Owner Forward and Owner Aft.
Centered around the main saloon and engine room, which maintain the same position facilitating weight distribution, planning of installations and flotation trim, both layouts share the same number of cabins: one double berth VIP and two twin berth layouts.


These are slightly favoured in the Owner Forward version which allows for side by side berths on the second and third guest rooms. Crew accommodations for two are ample and functional in both cases. This new Swan is, and will be, the best of her kind for years to come.

The Interior Designer’s Comments

Heini Gustafsson:

To provide the most flexibility and satisfy any possible owners’ requirement, the interiors of the Swan 78 are offered in two exclusive and different layouts: Owner Forward and Owner Aft. In the first configuration, (as featured in 78-006) the Owner has a large suite forward, cooler and quieter. It is 4.5 m long, with an island bed that is completely accessible on three sides. A desk and dedicated bathroom, with large separate shower compartment, complete this luxurious apartment.

 

Whichever the version, the accommodation also features three guest cabins with different layouts, all ensuite with separate shower compartments. The saloon remains the same in both versions, and it is also over 6 m wide. It is raised to provide better panoramic views. Below, ample bilge volumes allow for a full beam engine room, totally soundproofed and large enough to accommodate a variety of systems and equipment. The crew quarters are separate, forward or aft according to the chosen layout, with an ensuite cabin. The galley is in the same area, with large cooking areas and refrigerated stowage.

 

The celebrated Nautor finish guarantees top quality both in the technical details and in the finishing.

Construction

RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is Category A – “Ocean”.

 

  • Scantlings, materials and workmanship throughout are consistent with the construction of a light hull, without compromising strength or stiffness.

 

Hull & Superstructure:

  • The hull is foam cored glass fibre reinforced epoxy construction with pre-preg carbon fibre unidirectional reinforcements built in a female mould.
  • The lay-up is of SPRINT® / pre-preg type or equivalent, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties. The hull laminate is cured in an oven at a temperature specified by the material manufacturer.
  • All stiffeners are in glass fibre reinforced epoxy SPRINT® or equivalent with pre-preg unidirectional carbon fibre reinforcements. Special care is taken to assure rigid foundation and proper adhesion to hull.
  • The structural bulkheads are foam cored glass fibre reinforced epoxy SPRINT® or equivalent with pre-preg unidirectional carbon fibre reinforcements. The bulkheads are bonded using high strength structural adhesives.
  • The composite chain plates are build using pre-preg unidirectional carbon fibre straps laid over stainless steel bushings. The chain plates are attached to the hull using high strength structural adhesives.
  • The hull is painted using polyurethane paint system.
  • The topsides are painted in white as standard.
  • Note: Please note that the initial order for this yacht was for her to have a “Barcelona Grey / metallic effect MB-V5113” topsides colour with stripes in “Pantone Overcast MSF-100575”.  Presently (but subject to change over time), it was decided to amend the production schedule, keeping the hull with the white show-coat for as long as possible, thus giving any new owner the possibility to determine a colour of their choice. For the current schedule a decision should be made prior to the end of December 2020. Choice of certain colours may cause delay in delivery due to delivery times. The colour can be selected from Nautor’s standard colour chart.
  • The hull bottom is treated with underwater epoxy primer and antifouling.

 

Keel:

  • The ballast bulb is lead casting with 2.5% antimony and is attached to a steel keel fin.
  • The T-keel is attached to the hull with AISI 329 bolts.

 

Rudders:

  • The rudders have composite skins on a foam core, attached to the rudder stock. The rudders are designed with a sacrificial tip. A weed deflector is located in front of the rudder and is surface mounted.
  • The rudders are supported by self-aligning upper and lower bearings. Lightweight aluminium steering tillers and optional autopilot rams are clamped to the rudder stocks.

 

Seacocks:

  • The seacocks in engine room are made in bronze. All other though-hull connections below waterline are Forespar Flotech. The inboard side of the seacocks are fitted with a stud long enough to take two hose clamps.

 

Deck:

  • The main deck is of a carbon fibre SPRINT® / pre-preg construction with a foam core.
  • Coach roof and coamings are of a carbon fibre SPRINT® / pre-preg construction with a foam core.
  • High density core is located in way of loaded areas.
  • The deck is bonded to the hull using high strength structural adhesives.
  • The coaming is finished in the standard white colour and working areas are finished with non-skid surface.
  • Note: a buyer can chose colour of coaming stripe.
  • Teak on deck: the teak on the deck consists of 55 x 9mm teak battens with black 5mm caulking.
  • The side decks, fore deck, cockpit sole and seats are teak covered.
  • Note: as an extra the yacht has teak on coamings, 9 x 55mm; also teak on coachroof 9 x 55mm.
  • The teak deck is bonded under vacuum using epoxy.
  • Note: The yacht has Grey caulking (instead of standard black) on flat deck, top-deck, cockpit and coamings. (Note, since grey caulking is more sensitive than black, Teak Decking Systems maintenance program need to be followed carefully otherwise warranty can be affected).

 

Transom:

  • The transom is an open transom type.
  • A large hatch gives direct access to the aft storage. The hatch extends all the way up to deck level for maximum opening and discrete look.
  • The transom hatch doubles as a bathing and boarding platform. It is made from carbon fibre for maximum stiffness and has 9mm teak recessed on the backside. The hatch is hydraulically operated.
  • Note: as extra the yacht is installed with the dinghy launch and retrieval system.

 

Hull Windows:

  • There are six hull windows, dimensions according to General Arrangement.
  • The windows are of tinted toughened and laminated safety glass.

Machinery

Engine & Gearbox:

  • 1 x Steyr SE196 E35 (190hp @ 3500rpm).
  • This is a lightweight 6 cylinder in-line diesel engine displacing 3.2 litres and delivering 190bhp (140kW) at 3500rpm.
  • The gearbox is a direct mounted ZF 45-1 reduction 3,741:1 with an Aquadrive CV32 coupling (constant velocity joint) for down angle in combination with Aquadrive B30 thrust bearing.
  • Engine and reduction gear are supported on flexible mounts.
  • Engine feedlines equipped with Racor fuel filter/water separators with water in fuel alarm. Dual version mounted so as to permit uninterrupted running of the engine while changing filter elements.
  • Portable electric oil drain pump Reverso GP312 installed for draining of the main engine (and generator) oil pans.
  • All flexible hoses are according to ISO 7840 standard.

 

Engine Controls (Starboard Pedestal):

  • Electronic propulsion control lever for throttle and gear shift.
  • Combined engine control/engine stop button.
  • Engine start button.
  • RPM meter.
  • Paralleling button for start and generator’s batteries.
  • Combined oil pressure alarm / engine pre-heat button.
  • Alarm indication light for engine alarm.
  • Alarm indication light for start batteries charging.
  • Alarm indication light for service batteries charging.

 

Performance:

  • Maximum speed – approx 11 knots @ 3300 rpm.
  • Cruising speed – approx 7.8 knots @ 2200 rpm.
  • Fuel consumption at cruising speed – 12 litres per hour.
  • Range @ cruising speed – 1320 Nm.

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 4-blade Brunton Varifold folding propeller.
  • Propeller shaft is made of corrosive resistant steel with a diameter of 50.8mm. The shaft is supported by water-lubricated rubber bearings at the propeller bracket and stem tube.
  • The propeller shaft is connected to the gearbox via a flexible coupling for quiet and vibrations free running.

 

Bow Thruster:

  • SidePower SRHP240 swing type bow thruster, powered by hydraulic PTO on the diesel generator. Controlled by a joystick on starboard pedestal.

 

Stern Thruster:

  • Note: as an extra to standard the yacht is equipped with a stern thruster.
  • Side-Power SR170/250T DC powered, swing type.
  • Powered by separate 24V/75Ah battery bank.
  • Thruster is controlled by a joystick unit located on the starboard pedestal.

 

Steering:

  • The steering system is a twin rudder and twin wheel sprocket and a chain system with steel cables. The steering cables are independently connected to the steering tillers.
  • The steering consoles are Nautor made in copos8ited with space for navigation and control systems. There is one handhold inboard on each pedestal.
  • There are two 1200mm Nautor designed white painted 3-spoked composite wheels. The wheels can be disengaged.

 

Cooling System:

  • Thermostatically controlled freshwater cooling systems with sea water heat exchanger for both engine and generator.
  • The seawater intake via a seacock has a strainer and is discharged through the exhaust water separators via a seacock.

 

Exhaust System:

  • Exhaust gases discharged through a Halyard wet exhaust system.
  • Silencers and gas/water separators are in composite. They are installed on soft mounts for both the main engine and diesel generator.
  • Water is discharged below the waterline and exhaust gases exit under the transom well above the waterline.
  • All silencers provided with a drain tap.

 

Hydraulic System:

  • The hydraulic system is defined on a basis of a central power pack supplying regionally located valve groups, thereby achieving minimal weight to power ratio with the effect of using minimum electrical power with maximum hydraulic movement.
  • Each control valve group is situated close to the operating unit, giving a precise control and allows for a quiet and smooth operation, eliminating inherent hydraulic noise and vibration.
  • Hydraulic functions:
    1. Hydraulic emergency stop.
    2. Quick release for vang.
    3. Windlass, on wired remote.
    4. Jib furler.
    5. Bow thruster.
    6. Boom vang.
    7. Main outhaul.
    8. Cunningham.
    9. Primary winch – port.
    10. Primary winch – starboard.
    11. Secondary /halyard winch – port.
    12. Secondary /halyard winch – starboard.
    13. Main sheet drum winch.
    14. Transom hatch, on wired remote.
    15. Backstay tensioners.
    16. Jib car puller.
  • Note: as an extra the yacht is fitted with a hydraulic jib halyard tensioner on the mast, operated by push buttons on port cockpit console.

 

Power Pack:

  • Equipped with two electric pump units as well as one pump unit mounted on the diesel generator power take off.
  • Also equipped with a return filter, oil level sensor, temperature sensor and an air breather.
  • Separate electric pump, Reverso GP-302, installed inside the engine room for filling of the hydraulic power pack.

Electrical Systems

General:

  • The AC system is a 230 V 50 Hz single-phase three-wire AC-system. The 230 V can be powered by the diesel generator or by shore connection. There is also a number of 230 V 50 Hz appliances powered by a DC/AC inverter.
  • The DC system is 2-pole 24 V, with an insulated return, mainly used for lighting, fans and pumps. The wires are sized to minimize voltage drop.
  • Cables are labelled with identification numbers at both ends.
  • Main control panel in aft corridor.

 

Voltage Systems & Outlets:

  • 230v 50Hz appliances powered by DC/AC inverter.
  • AC Outlets - 230v outlets of schuko type, model Axolute Air by BTicino - one outlet per bathroom, two outlets per cabins, two double outlets in galley, four outlets in saloon, one in engine room, one in lazarette, one in sail locker and two outlets at the chart table.
  • DC Outlets – 5 x 24v DC outlets; one in the side of the lazarette, one in the engine room, one in the sailing locker, one on the mast and one in aft cockpit.
  •  USB-A outlet at navigation station.
  • 24v DC water cooled compressor for fridges and freezer.

 

Battery Banks:

  • 2 x battery banks, one for service system and one for handling systems.
  • 2 x start batteries (1 for engine & 1 for generator) – Optima Yellow Top 5.5 12v Ah. Maintenance free AGM type batteries located in the engine room.
  • There is a paralleling button in the cockpit for paralleling of the main engine and generator starting batteries.
  • Note: the yacht has a service and battery bank upgrade from standard to Li-Ion batteries;
    1. Service batteries comprising of 6 x Mastervolt MLI Ultra 24/5000, total capacity 26,5V 1080Ah/1h. (Instead of 24V 1050Ah/5h, (EnerSys-Hawker 7PzV 525 24 pcs). This battery bank powers lights, fans, pumps and electronics (radio and instruments).
    2. Handling batteries comprising of 2 x Mastervolt MLI Ultra 24/5000, total capacity 26,5V 360Ah/1h. (Instead of 24V 225Ah/20h, Optima Yellow Top DC 5.5. 12 V 75 Ah 6 pcs). This bank is used for the hydraulic power pack.
    3. Weight saving 475 kg.

 

    Battery Chargers:

    • 2 x 24v Mastervolt Charge Master 100-3, 100A chargers with 3-step charge characteristics for the service batteries.
    • 3 x Mastervolt Magic 24/24 16A DC/DC converters charging the handling system battery from the service battery.
    • 1 x Mastervolt Charge Master 12/15-2, 15A charger with 3-step charger characteristics for the starter batteries.

     

    Inverter:

    • 1 x Mastervolt Mass 24/2500 inverter that converts 24v DC to 230v AC 50Hz 2500 VA for single-phase AC consumers.

     

    Alternators:

    • 1 x 28v 150A, Mastervolt Alpha 24/150MB alternator on the main engine equipped with an external regulator. The alternator is charging the service battery bank.
    • 1 x 12v 90A alternator on the main engine for charging engine starting battery.
    • 1 x 12v 35A alternator on the diesel generator for charging the diesel generator starting battery.

     

    Generator:

    • 1 x Onan MDKBV diesel generator, 19kW, producing single-phase 230v 50Hz AC.
    • Mounted in sound shields on elastic mounts and mounted inside a sound shield.
    • Control panel in the aft corridor.
    • Maximum permissible heel angle is 200.
    • Single mounted generator feedlines equipped with Racor fuel filter/water separator. Vacuum gauges with water in fuel alarm mounted. Drip tray under the generator. Portable electric oil drain pump Reverso GP312 installed for draining of the generator (and main engine) oil pans.

     

    Shore Power:

    • 230v 1-phase 63A shore power inlet.
    • Additional 230v 1-phase 50A power inlet for air-conditioning.
    • 2 x shore power cables, each 15m long.
    • Inlets located in the aft area of the cockpit.

     

    Earthing System:

    • The AC system is using a grounding plate as an underwater earthing point. The plate is located aft of the propeller bracket.
    • The mast and the main shrouds are electrically connected to a grounding plate below the mast. In the top of the mast is an air terminal connected to a lightening conductor, which runs down to the grounding plate.
    • Main engine, gear box, bronze seacocks and keel are bonded to 2 x sacrificial anodes. The propeller shaft and the bow thruster have their own individual sacrificial anodes.

     

    Monitoring System:

    • The following alarms/signals are indicated on the main control panel including an audio signal at the helm:
      1. Bilge levels high.
      2. Blackwater tank levels high.
      3. Greywater tank levels high.
      4. Water in fuel separators.
      5. Low battery voltage, service battery bank.
      6. Low battery voltage, handling system battery bank.
      7. Navigation light failure (side, stern and motoring lights).
    • Level Metering:
      1. Ah metering service battery.
      2. Ah metering handling battery.
      3. Water tanks.
      4. Fuel tanks.
      5. Blackwater tanks.
      6. Greywater tanks.

    Plumbing Systems

    • Components and valves are labelled with function, and piping is labelled with colour code, including an arrow to indicate direction of flow.
    • Deck drains are connected mainly to outlets above waterline.

     

    Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

    • Pressurised hot and cold water system.
    • Hot water can be heated either by engine cooling water or with an electrical heating element.
    • There is one Quick 100 litre (26 US gallons) stainless steel water heater.
    • The inlet has a check valve to prevent hot water back flow. The outlet has a relief valve for over-pressure protection. There is a thermostat mixing valve for maximum hot water temperature.
    • One 8 litre pressure tank is connected to the hot water system.
    • Water pressure system has two CEM J-Mini 24v DC EPC pumps.
    • Fresh water piping made in a multi-layered press fitting system and nylon tubing.
    • 2 x filler lines on side deck, forward and aft are each led to a filling manifold. A pressure water valve chest has valves for each tank and for water pressure pumps.
    • Hot and cold water is distributed to all heads, to the galley and to the deck shower (at bathing platform).
    • Single lever mixing faucets for wash basins, galley sinks and showers.
    • Fresh water pumps stop if they run out of water.
    • Cold water deck wash connections are located forward and aft.
    • Note:as an extra, the yacht is fitted with a drinking water system;
      1. Drinking water system installed by means of a 40-litre water tank that only can be filled by the water-maker.
      2. From the drinking water tank, a direct pressurized line with a 24VDC freshwater pump to a separate drinking water tap in the galley.
      3. Limestone filter installed to reintroduce mineral into water that is produced by the water-maker.
      4. GROHE Blue Home single-lever sink mixer with filter function, single hole installation, spout, push buttons for 3 types of filtered and chilled table water still, medium, & sparkling.
      5. GROHE Blue Home cooler delivers 3 litres of chilled water per hour.
      6. GROHE Blue 425 g CO2 bottle.

     

    Watermaker:

    • Idromar MSK230, 230 VAC with a capacity of 250 l/h.
    • Both the low and high pressure pumps are located in the engine room for silent operation.
    • The water-maker is provided with dual pre-filters, the primary with a 25-micron cartridge, the secondary with a 5 micron cartridge.
    • The system is installed with freshwater flush.

     

    Bilge Pumps:

    • There are five (5) separate bilges: fore peak, accommodation area forward, engine room, accommodation area aft and lazarette bilge.
    • Each bilge is equipped with a DC driven submersible pump.
    • 2 x manual Whale pumps are installed as back-up pumps, one for the fore peak and accommodation area forward, the other one for the engine room, accommodation aft and lazarette bilge.
    • All bilge pumps are mounted in easily accessible positions to allow debris to be cleared.
    • Separate bilge drain system with Whale Gulper pumps for keeping bilge dry.
    • The 24v bilge pumps can be operated in manual or automatic mode. The automatic mode is controlled by the GEMS LS-270E level switch next to the pump. The 24v pumps are controlled by optical sensors.

     

    Grey & Black Water:

    • Grey water from wash basins, showers, condensing water from the optional air conditioning and freezer/fridges is collected to the grey water tanks, if necessary, by transfer pumps.
    • Shower trays and wash basins are drained directly to the nearest greywater tank, if necessary, by transfer pumps.
    • Greywater tanks are automatically or manually emptied by 24v electrical pumps.
    • Blackwater tanks can be emptied by 24v electrical pumps.
    • Galley sink drains directly to a seacock.

     

    Sea Water System:

    • Seacocks in engine room are made in bronze.
    • All other through-hull connections below waterline are Forespar Flotech.
    • The inboard side of the seacocks are fitted with stud long enough to take two hose clamps.
    • Deck wash pump: 1 x CEM JBR/2X 24V CD, capacity 55 l/min.
    • 1 x sea water outlet in the forepeak locker and 1 x sea water outlet in the lazarette.
    • Sea water pump equipped with a timer that stops the pump if it is run continuously longer than 30 min.

    Tankage

    Fuel:

    • Total fuel capacity of 2,000 litres / 528 US gallons in 2 x stainless steel tanks.
    • Individual tank level indicators.
    • Filler line separate for port and starboard side.
    • The tanks are equipped with hatches of adequate size to allow inspection and cleaning.
    • Tanks are pressure tested to 04.45 bars.
    • Shut off valves provided for each tank.
    • Tank levels displayed on the main control panel. Sensors made by Wema.

     

    Fresh Water:

    • Total water capacity of 1300 litres / 343 US gallons in polyethylene tanks.
    • Tanks provided with baffles, hatches, level indicators and vent pipes.
    • Pressure tested to 0.2 bars.
    • Tank levels displayed on the main control panel. Sensors made by Wema.

     

    Greywater Holding Tanks:

    • Total grey water capacity of 270 litres / 71 US gallons in 2 x polyethylene tanks (one forward and one aft).
    • Tanks ventilated overboard and fitted with inspection lids. Level switches are fitted to each tank.
    • Emptied by 24v electrical pumps to seacocks via siphon breaks.
    • Manual back up pumps are also provided.

     

    Blackwater Holding Tanks:

    • Total black water capacity of 270 litres / 71 US gallons in 2 x polyethylene tanks (one forward and one aft).
    • Level switches fitted to each tank.
    • Tanks ventilated and fitted with inspection lids.
    • Emptied by 24v electrical pumps to seacocks via siphon breaks.
    • Manual back up pumps are also provided and also a deck suction line for each tank.

     

    Toilet System:

    • Planus Artic 24v toilets flush by pressure using 2.5 litres fresh water per flush. The function cycle is completely automatic. The high-performance turbine pump enables a complete fragmentation of the organic residues.
    • All toilets are connected to black water tanks. It is not possible to flush toilets directly overboard.
    • It is not possible to flush the toilet if the blackwater tank is full.

    Navigation & Communication Equipment

    The final specification with depend on the availability at the time of purchase and may change accordingly.

    • 1 x Silva 125FT magnetic steering compass at each steering console. Compass adjustment and deviation card is not included.
    • 1 x B&G Precision -9 compass is used as main heading source for navigation instruments, autopilot and other instruments requiring accurate heading information.
    • Comprehensive Brookes & Gatehouse H5000 Hydra package with central processor unit, masthead unit, speed sensor and depth/water temperature sensor.
    • B&G H5000 CPU Hydra.
    • 1 x B&G Graphic Display located at the navigation area.
    • 1 x B&G Graphic Displays located at each steering console (2 in total).
    • 1 x B&G Pilot controller is located on the starboard steering console.
    • Standard B&G depth and speed/water temperature sensors with housing in plastic.
    • Wind sensor at mast head, type vertical masthead unit L-1450mm.
    • Backstay pressure displayed in the B&G system.
    • B&G Zeus chart plotter with operator stations at the navigation area and steering consoles.
    • B&G ZG 100 10Hz GPS antenna, (mounted on the port lower pushpit rail), for B&G Zeus chart plotter, B&G sailing instruments and B&G autopilot system.
    • B&G Zeus3 Glass Helm 19” multi-touch monitor display and control unit ZC2, at the Navigation Station.
    • Each steering console is installed with one multi-function display 12”, B&G Zeus3 -12.
    • Charts are not included.
    • B&G H5000 Pilot Computer system with one H5000 Pilot Controller on the starboard steering console.
    • There is a dedicated 24v power pack powering the hydraulic cylinders.
    • The autopilot is driving the steering quadrant via twin low friction cylinders.
    • Note: as an extra the yacht is fitted with;
      1. B&G H5000 30/30 HV displays, 4 pcs. Instrument bracket to be mounted on mast.
      2. B&G HALO24 compact 24-inch dome radar antenna, integrated with the B&G Zeus² navigation system. Antenna position on bracket in front of mast.
      3. Class B AIS (SOTDMA) transponder, B&G V3100 including GPS and VHF antenna splitter, B&G NSPL-500. System connected to standard Delta antenna on mast top. AIS GPS antenna is positioned on pushpit.

     

    Communication Equipment:

    • B&G V90S VHF with two wired handsets, one at navigation station and one at the steering console, with intercom possibility between the two. Radio includes built in AIS receiver. VHF is connected to the RR Electronic Delta Biscaya active antenna at masthead (which also functions for terrestrial TV and FM radio).
    • Note: as extra to standard the yacht is equipped with;
      1. Mini VSAT, KVH TracPhone V3HTS (01-0418-11) satellite telephone system with wireless DECT phone at the navigation station. Additional weight 20 kg. Antenna position on mast.

    Domestic Equipment

    Galley:

    All of the appliances have a stainless-steel finish

    • 2 x front loading 24v DC refrigerators, approx. 160 litres.
    • 1 x front loading 24v DC freezer approx. 130 litres.
    • Miele KM6115 230v 7.4kW four burner electric induction hob; width 600mm, combined with;
    • Miele H 6200 BP 3.2kW electric oven; width 600mm.
    • Miele DA 3366 cooker hood.
    • Miele M6022 SC 800W microwave oven.
    • Miele WTF130 WPM 24.kW 230v clothes washer/dryer (under aft companionway).
    • Note:as an extra the yacht is equipped with a Miele dishwasher G4263 ScVi, fully integrated dishwasher with delay start for maximum convenience. 230V, 50Hz, 2,2 kW, width 60 cm.

     

    Heads/Showers:

    • All toilets are Planus Artic 24v.

     

    Climate Control:

    • A central waterborne cooling / heating system is installed for the entire accommodation. The system is designed for operation in Mediterranean climate. Condense water from the blowers goes to the grey water tanks.
    • Total cooling/ heating capacity is divided in proportion to cabin volume and position. The system is designed for the air handlers to run on low speed for silent operation. There is an individual temperature control panel in each cabin. The blower speed control is step less in automatic mode.
    • There is a central chilled water system working on 230v AC 50Hz from shore power inlet or diesel generator.
    • The main unit consists of a Condaria PCWM 15001 VAR with a total cooling capacity of 60,000 Btu/h (16.5kW) and a total heating capacity in reverse cycle of 75,000 Btu/h (21.8kW). The refrigerant used in the compressor is R410A.  There is a sea water cooled condenser with separate sea water pump.

     

    Ventilation:

    • The yacht has a forced ventilation system. Fresh air is led into the cabins and exhaust air out from bathrooms and showers. There is an exhaust air outlet for each shower stall.
    • Natural ventilation through deck hatches.
    • Both the supply and the exhaust systems have central fans. The speed of the fans is interlinked to each other.
    • There is an adjusting valve on each connection for tuning the system.
    • The fresh air inlet is equipped with a filter.
    • Silencers are installed after the fans in order to have a quietly running installation.
    • In the engine room, air inlet and outlet are fitted with water traps and remote-controlled fire dampers. Outlet fan is controlled by temperature in the engine room.  Power supply to the fan is disconnected at the engine room on release of the fire extinguisher.
    • The service and handling battery boxes are provided with ventilation.

     

    Entertainment:

    • OPTION – TV can be fitted in the saloon.
    • Audio system in saloon plays FM radio and music stored on an iPhone/iPad.
    • Fusion Apollo MS-RA770marine entertainment system in saloon connected to 4 speakers on Sonance VP52R UTL in saloon ceiling.
    • Cockpit speaker system including 2 Fusion MS-FR6021 marine 6” connected to the Fusion stereo unit installed in the saloon. Cockpit speakers are controlled by B&G Zeus displays at the steering consoles.

     

    Interior Lighting:

    • Light switches and outlets are Axolute by BTicino, (white when on a white panel, and Anthracite (dark gey) when located on Walnut panel.
    • Down lights are Cantalupi TOP 5r. There are dimmer controls in owner’s/guest cabins and in the saloon.
    • Lights in fore peak, engine room and lazarette are of LED type.
    • Reading lights at each fixed bed, polished chrome with integrated on/off switch.
    • Indirect LED lights at base of beds in cabins and in base of sofas in saloon.
    • 1 x wall light in each guest cabin and 1 x wall light at forward bulkhead of saloon.
    • LED courtesy lights are integrated in the main companionway stairs and in the stairs forward and aft of the saloon.
    • Goose necked LED navigation lamp at navigation table.

     

    Exterior Lighting:

    • Navigation lights controlled from cockpit.
    • Stem light LED Lopolight. Port side light LED Lopolight. Starboard side light LED Lopolight.
    • Mast steaming LED light, controlled from the cockpit.
    • Mast anchor LED light 3600 model, controlled from the cockpit.
    • 2 x LED down lights under lower spreaders. They are controlled from the main control panel.
    • Windex light at top of mast controlled from main control panel.
    • 2 x LED boom light circuits - one circuit consists of two lights facing down and the other circuit of one light facing aft, at aft deck. They are controlled from the main control panel.
    • An LED deck flood light is mounted under the steaming light in front of the mast to light up the foredeck. Controlled from the main control panel.

    Accommodation

    Summary of Accommodation:

    • 10 berths in 5 cabins.
    • Owner’s cabin, guest cabins and crew cabin have en-suite bathroom with a separate shower stall.
    • The interior is built using both lightweight materials and plywood.
    • The interior is finished in wood with features of painted and upholstered surfaces.
    • Note: The yacht is built with the optional American walnut quarter-cut veneers (straight grain) used for bulkheads and furniture components.
    • Interior wood is varnished using two component urethane varnishes. The surface has a semi-matt finish.
    • Painted surfaces are in RAL 910 warm white colour two component paint with semi-matt finish.
    • Fabric covered and upholstered panels are used to create a light and contemporary feeling in accommodation areas.
    • Vinyl covered removable overhead panels made in plywood are installed in all accommodation areas.
    • The floorboards are of foam cored construction.
    • Note: on this yacht the floorboards are with the top face material in oak, quarter-cut veneers with V-grooves. Plank width 180 mm. White treatment, satin varnished. The floorboards are varnished with eight coats of urethane varnish.
    • The topsides, where visible, are covered with vinyl panels made in plywood.
    • Hardware and outfit components are of a type designed to eliminate rattling or hanging. The cabin doors are provided with double action locks and catches to hold them in open position where possible. The bathroom doors can be locked with a knob from inside for privacy.
    • All locker doors are fitted with high quality furnishing hinges. Doors are kept closed with push or pull button latches. A door stopper is fitted where needed.
    • All bathrooms and cabin mirrors are glass with sealed edges.
    • All open able deck hatches are fitted with manual roller blinds and mosquito screens.
    • All hull windows have manually operated blinds for blackout and privacy.
    • The deckhouse side windows are fitted with manually operated blinds.
    • Front windows in the saloon have no blinds or screens.
    • 2 x handrails are fitted at main entrance and 2 x handrails are installed in the saloon ceiling. The handrails are in polished stainless steel clad with leather form Nautor’s standard selection.
    • The wardrobes include hanging rails and shelves where practical. The cupboards consist of drawers and door covered stowage volume with shelves.
    • Structural bulkheads with foam core or plywood skin panels are covered with veneered panels.
    • Partitions are sandwich construction, consisting of two layers of wood on a lightweight foam core. The surface panels are either of wooden plywood, painted or padded panels.
    • Collections of fittings including reading lights, door handles, bathroom faucets and accessories, fabrics and leathers from Nautor’s standard collection.
    • Note: The interior detailing on the yacht has been chosen and she will have the “Interior leather styling package” including following;
      1. Leather upholstery on dining chairs
      2. Leather table tops in Forward cabin outboard and forward, desk lid.
      3. Saloon overhead handrails wrapped in faux white leather (same as ceiling).
      4. Saloon main companionway handrails wrapped in leather.
      5. Reading lights wrapped in leather.
      6. Leather Penelopeoggi Nuvola Marmotta 218 with slightly lighter stitches.
      7. Main styling features (presented in "Interior Styling Proposal for Swan 78-006" dated 14.11.2019)
      8. White painted curved upper lockers in all cabins.
      9. Ceiling features in wood in Forward cabin and Saloon.
      10. In the owner's cabin shower, the shower seat and backrest in varnished teak battens
      11. Other features chosen, but which could be amended if a decision is made prior to the end of December 2020, include:
      12. Berth side panels in guest cabins to be upholstered in fabric Laurtizon´s Casual 13 Griffin.
      13. White bulkhead panels in guest cabins standard RAL 9010.
      14. Saloon sofas starboard and port upholstered in fabric Lauritzon´s Tango 104.

     

    Description of layout from forwards:

     

    Forward Owner’s Cabin:

    • Double bed at centreline with high quality mattress manufactured for marine use. Mattress base is Deltaflex batten net to provide ventilation of underside.
    • The bed is fitted with “lee cloths” on both sides.
    • Draws and storage space under the bed.
    • Full height hanging lockers on port side fitted with rails for dress hanging.
    • Writing desk aft of the bed with hinged lid and shallow storage underneath.
    • Foldable chair from Nautor’s selection at writing desk.
    • Lower cupboards are located forward and on both sides outboard.
    • Lower cupboards forward has shelves above.
    • Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded headboard.
    • 2 x reading lights are installed at the head end of the bed. There is a reading light at the desk.
    • 2 x hull windows.

     

    Owner’s En-Suite Bathroom:

    • Built using first grade materials of wood, GRP and Corian.
    • Under mounted wash basin with polished chrome faucets.
    • Vanity tops in Corian.
    • Mirror.
    • GRP shower stalls with tempered 8mm clear glass and fitted with polished stainless-steel fittings.
    • Wooden lockers.
    • Lockers are in wood.
    • Towel hooks and towel bar.
    • Soap dispenser, Toilet brush/holder, toilet role holder.
    • Concealed waste bin.

     

    Forward Amidships Guest Cabin:

    • Guest cabin located on starboard side, forward of saloon.
    • Double bed with high quality mattress manufactured for marine use. Mattress base is Deltaflex batten net to provide ventilation of underside.
    • Bed is fitted with a lee cloth.
    • Drawers and storage under the bed.
    • Upper locker outboard.
    • Bedside table inboard.
    • Hanging locker forward of bed fitted with rails for dress hanging.
    • Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded headboard.
    • 2 x reading lights installed at head of the bed.

     

    Amidships Guest Cabin En-Suite Bathroom:

    • Built using first grade materials of wood, GRP and Corian.
    • Under mounted wash basin with polished chrome faucets.
    • Vanity tops in Corian.
    • Mirror.
    • GRP shower stalls with tempered 8mm clear glass and fitted with polished stainless-steel fittings.
    • Wooden lockers.
    • Lockers are in wood.
    • Towel hooks and towel bar.
    • Soap dispenser, Toilet brush/holder, toilet role holder.
    • Concealed waste bin.

     

    Saloon:

    • The saloon features a dining area located on starboard side and a lounge area on port side.
    • Wooden dining table seating up to 8 guests. Table is fixed and the tabletop is flush.
    • The dining area U-Sofa has a seat depth of 500mm.  The lounge area sofa has a depth of 550mm.
    • 3 x foldable director’s chairs with armrests at dining table. The chairs can be secured onto floorboards while sailing.
    • Fixed wooden coffee table in lounge area.
    • The fabric clad sofa cushions are custom manufactured to a high standard for comfortable seating.
    • 2 x hull windows in saloon.
    • Note:as option a TV can be fitted in the saloon.

     

    Aft Amidships Guest Cabin, Starboard:

    • Guest cabin with twin beds with high quality mattresses manufactured for marine use. Mattress bases are Deltaflex batten net to provide ventilation of underside.
    • Each bed has a lee cloth.
    • Bed side table between beds.
    • Full height hanging locker outboard fitted with rails for dress hanging.
    • Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded headboard.
    • A reading light is installed at the head end of the beds.

     

    Starboard En-Suite Bathroom:

    • Built using first grade materials of wood, GRP and Corian.
    • Under mounted wash basin with polished chrome faucets.
    • Vanity tops in Corian.
    • Mirror.
    • GRP shower stalls with tempered 8mm clear glass and fitted with polished stainless-steel fittings.
    • Wooden lockers.
    • Lockers are in wood.
    • Towel hooks and towel bar.
    • Soap dispenser, Toilet brush/holder, toilet role holder.
    • Concealed waste bin.

     

    Aft Amidships Guest Cabin, Port:

    • Guest cabin with twin beds with high quality mattresses manufactured for marine use. Mattress bases are Deltaflex batten net to provide ventilation of underside.
    • Each bed has a lee cloth.
    • Bed side table between beds.
    • Full height hanging locker outboard fitted with rails for dress hanging.
    • Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded headboard.
    • A reading light is installed at the head end of the beds.

     

    Port En-Suite Bathroom:

    • Built using first grade materials of wood, GRP and Corian.
    • Under mounted wash basin with polished chrome faucets.
    • Vanity tops in Corian.
    • Mirror.
    • GRP shower stalls with tempered 8mm clear glass and fitted with polished stainless-steel fittings.
    • Wooden lockers.
    • Lockers are in wood.
    • Towel hooks and towel bar.
    • Soap dispenser, Toilet brush/holder, toilet role holder.
    • Concealed waste bin.

     

    Galley:

    • Located starboard side in the aft crew quarters.
    • Bulkheads are covered with painted veneered panels.
    • Work tops and fiddles are in white Corian.
    • Lower lockers in wood and upper locker doors are white painted.
    • Stove and oven are mounted together on a gimballing module. Fittings provided.
    • Large under mounted stainless-steel sink and one kitchen faucet with integrated shower at the sink.
    • Chest of drawers, garbage bin and stowage for pots and pans in lower lockers.
    • Stowage space for crockery, glasses and dry food in upper lockers.
    • Galley cupboards and drawers’ space can be fitted with adequate wooden fiddles in order to hold crockery and galley utensils, provided by the owner, in a safe position. The choice of equipment shall be done at an agreed decision date. Installation will be charged by time and material.
    • The space underneath floorboards is used for stowage where practical
    • Working lights under upper lockers.
    • 1 x hull window in galley.

     

    Navigation Area:

    • Located aft in the galley area.
    • Chart table with stowage space under hinged lid.
    • Hinged instrument panels.
    • Locker above instrument panels.
    • Adjustable chair facing forward and fixed mounted to floor.
    • Goose necked LED navigation lamp is fixed to the table.

     

    Aft Crew Cabin:

    • Situated port side.
    • One lower and one upper single bed outboard with high quality mattresses manufactured for marine use. Mattress bases are Deltaflex batten net to provide ventilation of underside.
    • Each bed has a lee cloth.
    • A reading light is installed at the head end of both beds.
    • Storage space under lower bed.
    • Full height hanging locker outboard fitted with rails for dress hanging.
    • Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels.
    • 1 x hull window in the cabin.

     

    Engine Room:

    • The engine room is located under the saloon.
    • Access from the corridor aft of the saloon and via inspection hatches in the saloon floor.
    • Surfaces and technical equipment are painted in white colour where practical.
    • Partitions between cabins and corridors are built to reduce airborne noise.
    • All floorboards are lying on vibration damping materials.
    • The engine room is fire and sound insulated towards cabins and saloon. The insulation consists of rock wool insulation and white painted noise dampening sandwich aluminium sheets.
    • Engine room accesses are of similar construction as the surrounding partitions. They close onto rubber faced landings for maximum noise reduction.
    • Drip tray under main engine and diesel generator.
    • The portable electric oil drain pump, the Reverso GP 312, is installed for the draining of the diesel generator and main engine oil pans.

    Deck Equipment

    Cockpit:

    • There is a large forward cockpit providing comfort both under sail and at anchor.
    • The aft part of the cockpit has ample space for relaxing and sunbathing.
    • 2 x retractable footrests with a teak surface for the helmsman.
    • Cockpit seats made in composite with backrest on each side of the forward cockpit.
    • 2 x semi-permanent teak cockpit tables with folding leaves, supported by height adjustable stainless-steel legs.

     

    Rig:

    • Offshore Spars carbon fibre standard modulus three spreader mast. Carbon fibre boom.
    • Mast and boom painted white.
    • Rig set up for easy handling with swept back spreaders.
    • Hydraulically operated headstay furler, Bamar GFSI 16 with a double groove aluminium foil.
    • Nitronic 50 rod rigging and forestay.
    • Aramid inner forestay and running backstays.

     

    Mast Details:

    • The mast tube is cured in autoclave under pressure.
    • The mast is stepped through the deck onto a carbon fibre mast step. A tie rod is attached between the mast collar and the step. The mast is visible in the forward corridor.
    • Main sail track – Harken 32mm T-track with Harken Battcar, Switch System at the lower part to reduce the stack height. Cars for main sail are not included.
    • Masthead has adequate space for mounting wind instruments, VHF antenna and navigation lights.
    • 3 sets of carbon fibre spreaders cured in an autoclave under pressure. Spreaders are mounted to the mast on custom stainless-steel fitting with ball assembly. Each spreader is fitted with Tip Cup for discontinuous rod rigging.
    • Neoprene mast boot with Dacron cover over deck partners and for composite folding steps.
    • Internal conduits are provided for cables, one to the masthead and two to first spreaders.
    • Mast fitted with polished stainless-steel chafe bars at all halyard exits located in panel 1. The stainless-steel chafe bars are fitted to both the inside and outside of all halyard exits. A water dam is installed to drain at deck level. The mast is fitted with aluminium plug and G10 plate for insulation.
    • Aluminium mast step designed to provide a secure interface with the mast heel plug. Mast step and shims are hard-anodised.
    • Sheave boxes have stainless steel chafe protection. 1 x sheave for main halyard; 1 x sheave box with two under/over placed sheaves for Code 0/masthead spinnaker; 1 x sheave box with two side by side placed sheaves for jib halyards.; 1 x sheave for spar main halyard/topping lift; 1 x sheave for stay sail halyard; pin attachment for the 2:1 main halyard; dead end pad eye for a 2:1 Code 0 halyard; dead end pad eye for a 2:1 stay sail halyard.
    • Attachment on mast for hydraulic cylinder for Cunningham just above vang gooseneck.
    • Provisions for a through mast jack lifting bar. Mast jack cylinders and pump are not included.
    • Note:as extra the mast is fitted with;
      1. Carbon fibre instrument bracket for B&G H5000 30/30 displays, x 4.
      2. Bracket with protection ring and installation of B&G HALO 24 radar antenna on mast.
      3. Bracket with protection ring and installation of Mini VSAT antenna on mast.
      4. Radar and Sat antennas on the spreaders.
      5. Harken 32 mm trysail switch track.
      6. Hydraulic Jib halyard tensioner on mast. Hydraulically operated by push buttons on port cockpit console.
      7. Code-0 furler CZ-8/50 hydraulic with TS-12 titanium top swivel and TST-8 toggle with free spinning tack ring for top-down furling.
      8. Note: Preparation and changes have been made in construction so that a buyer may very easily add a furler to the inner forestay.

     

    Boom Details:

    • The boom is a “canoe shape” boom in carbon fibre cured in an autoclave under pressure and is securely bonded to the mast tube. The boom and vang gooseneck are made in carbon fibre.
    • Provision inside the boom for lazy jacks.
    • There is a hydraulic outhaul system and arrangement for two single line reefs in the main sail.
    • The inboard end has sheaves for reef lines.
    • At the outboard end of the boom there is a pad eye for attachment of a preventer line.
    • Note: All rig hydraulic functions are powered by the central hydraulic system: boom vang, main outhaul, Cunningham, jib halyard tensioner and backstays.

     

    Rig Dimensions:

    • IG: 31.60m / 103.67 ft.
    • J: 9.77m / 32.05 ft.
    • P: 31.00m / 101.71 ft.
    • E: 10.25m / 33.63 ft.

     

    Sail Areas:

    • Fore triangle: 154.4 m² / 1662 sq.ft.
    • Main sail: 196.0 m² / 2110 sq.ft.
    • Jib: 174.3 m² / 1876 sq.ft.

     

    Running Rigging:

    • Colour coded Dyneema running rigging, snap shackles or D shackles.
    • 1 x main sheet 2:1.
    • 2 x jib sheets.
    • 2 x gennaker/Code 0 sheets.
    • 2 x staysail sheets.
    • 1 x tack line.
    • 1 x spinnaker halyard 1:1.
    • 1 x spinnaker /Code 0 halyard 2:1.
    • 1 x Staysail halyard 2:1.
    • 2 x jib halyards.
    • 1 x mainsail halyard 2:1.
    • 2 x single line reef lines.
    • 1 x spare main sail halyard 1:1.
    • 1 x Cunningham.
    • 1 x preventer line.
    • 2 x runner tails.
    • 2 x burgee lines.
    • 1 x set of lazy jacks.

     

    Sail Handling Systems:

    • Jib sheets are lead on deck to the primary winches.
    • The 2:1 mainsheet system is lead to a drum winch, mounted on an island.
    • 2 x tracks for the jib, aluminium anodised.
    • Double cars for jib and staysail sheets.
    • Pin stops for jib and staysail sheet cars.
    • End stops.
    • Lead blocks for halyards at mast.
    • 2 x blocks for gennaker sheets.
    • 2 x runner blocks.
    • Double foot block for jib and stay sail sheets.
    • Provision for jammers on each halyard.
    • Screw-in pad eye on the bow for gennaker tack line.
    • 6 x U-bolt pad eyes on bulwark, each side.
    • 1 x U-bolt pad eye for runner dead end on bulwark, each side.

     

    Winches:

    • All winches are hydraulically driven from the on-board hydraulic system.
    • All winches are self-tailing and operated by push buttons beside the winch.
    • 2 x Harken B990.3 STAAC HY anodised aluminium primary sheet winches. Three speed, 5 ton pull.
    • 2 x Harken B990.3 STAAC HY anodised aluminium secondary/halyard sheet winches. Three speed, 5 ton pull.
    • 1 x Harken B990.3 STAAC HY anodised aluminium main sheet winch for 2:1 system. Three speed, 5 ton pull.

    Additional main sheet winch buttons, 2 pair on winch island.

    • 2 x 10” power grip and 2 x 10” single grip winch handles.
    • Note: the vessel has been prepared to accept two (2) extra Harken 990 winches on the coachroof by the mast, with structural preparation in the top-deck for the winch installation – so a buyer may decide to add these at his cost (but such work would have to be done post delivery or by agreement with the factory on a delayed delivery date). 

     

    Sails:

    • Note:No sails are included in this offering – a buyer must order his own.

     

    Hatches & Windows:

    • General - Flush mounted tinted acrylic hatches. All hatches are supported by gas cylinders.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged GRP 412 x 312mm deck hatch above forward amidship cabin.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged GRP 412 x 312mm deck hatch above owner’s cabin toilet.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged GRP 612 x 612mm deck hatch above saloon.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged AI 335 x 190mm deck hatch in each amidship aft cabin.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged AI 335 x 190mm deck hatch above galley.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged AI 335 x 190mm deck hatch above aft crew cabin.
    • 1 x Lewmar hinged GRP 612 x 612mm deck hatch above owner’s cabin.
    • 1 x Nautor custom made hinged 800 x 800mm teak covered hatch to sail storage.
    • 1 x Nautor custom made hinged 800 x 800mm teak covered hatch to dinghy garage.
    • 1 x Nautor custom made hinged teak covered hatch for anchor windlass.
    • There are tinted deck house windows which are toughened, laminated and glued to the superstructure.
    • There is one window on each side and one forward. Both side windows and the front window are made in two pieces divided by one mullion.
    • 1 x lockable manually operated sliding hatch of tinted acrylic and a manually operated sliding drop board for the main companionway.
    • 1 x manually operated hinged hatch of tinted acrylic for the crew companionway.
    • Note:The yacht is, as extra, fitted with;
      1. One pair of additional composite deck hatches on fore deck - one in owner's cabin and one in forward guest cabin bathroom. Clear opening 412 x 312. Stainless steel fittings and dampers.
      2. Petrol locker (4x20L) with natural ventilation in foreship on starboard side next to anchor windlass hatch. The deck hatch has a similar shape as the anchor windlass hatch.

     

    General:

    • A carbon fibre boarding ladder is provided, allowing boarding the yacht form the side.
    • The boarding ladder doubles as a bathing ladder. There are flush mounted stainless steel fittings, on the bathing platform, for easy installation. When the bathing ladder is installed on the platform three steps are below the water level.
    • Deck shower installed at bathing platform.
    • Both pulpit and pushpit are 610mm high with spacing according to ISAF/ORC requirements and made of ø 32mm stainless steel tube. The pushpit consists of three separate parts with removable lifelines in between.
    • Upper lifelines are stainless steel 8mm wire and the lower ones are of 5mm wire with polished turnbuckles and eyes.
    • The stanchions are 610mm high and made of ø 32mm stainless steel tubing.
    • There are gates in the lifelines on each side amidships and in the pushpit.
    • 1 x socket for the flagpole on the aft deck port side.
    • Mast collar designed for use with Spartite support and custom-made canvas mast boot.
    • A stainless-steel halyard bail forward of the mast.

     

    Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

    • Maxwell RC-12 hydraulic anchor windlass is installed in the anchor locker.
    • The windlass is controlled by a wired remote control.
    • Fixed bow sprit with integrated anchor rollers for easy drop down of anchor including pad eye for gennaker.
    • 1 x 60kg stainless steel anchor on short bowsprit.
    • 1 x Fortress FX-85 21.2kg aluminium anchor + bag stowed below deck.
    • 100m of 12mm high-tensile anchor chain.
    • 5m of 10mm high tensile spare anchor chain spliced to 50m of 24mm plated nylon spare anchor line.
    • 6 x 400mm stainless steel pop-up mooring cleats on bulwark; 2 x on foredeck, 2 x amidships, 2 x aft.
    • 2 x roller fairleads on pushpit and pulpit feet.
    • 4 x mooring lines, each of 15m of 20mm diameter
    • 2 x mooring lines, 25m each, diameter 20mm.
    • 8 x inflatable fenders with lines, Fendress IF1436 black, 360 x 910 mm.
    • 1 x boat hook stowed below.

     

    Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

    • Recessed stainless steel framed spray hood for the main entrance.
    • The spray hood recess is covered by a composite cover.
    • The sprayhood has 3 x transparent windows in front.
    • Canvas colour can be chosen from Nautor’s standard selection.
    • Note: as extras, the yacht comes with;
      1. Cockpit cushions with backrests in Sunbrella material (colour from Nautor’s selection).
      2. Sun awning over boom, in Sunbrella material, colour from Nautor's standard selection.
      3. (At present a buyer may chose the colour of the canvas – but if no different decision is made by the end of December 2020, they will be as follows; Sprayhood and all possibly exterior covers in Sunbrella Silver; Cockpit cushions in Sunbrella Natté Frosty Chiné NAT 10025 140.

     

    Dinghy Garage:

    • There is space in the lazarette to store a 3.7m inflatable dinghy, transversally located (tender to be owner supplied). Dinghy launch and retrieval system is included as an extra.

     

    Safety Equipment:

    • 1 x Marco EW3 24v foghorn.
    • Safety lines for deck.
    • Stainless fittings secure safety lines on deck.
    • Safety belts for galley and navigation station.

     

    Fire-fighting equipment:

    • Gloria P2G portable fire extinguishers for each cabin.
    • Fire blanket in galley.
    • Total flooding Aerosol fire extinguishing system for engine room space with manual remote control.
    • Battery powered smoke detectors in all living areas.
    • Smoke/heat detectors in engine room, which gives alarm at main control panel.

     

    Other:

    • 1 x half model of hull.
    • 2 x handles for opening deck hatches.
    • Winch handles: 2 x 10” power grip and 2 x 10” single grip
    • 4 x suction lifters for floorboards.
    • Sounding rods for fuel and water tanks.
    • Basic spare parts kit and tool kit for engine and generator.
    • Flagpole in clear coated carbon fibre.
    • Owner’s manual with directions for use and maintenance including drawings and diagrams.
    • Handbooks for machinery and systems.
    • Launching and rigging in Pietarsaari / Jakobstad (at Nautor factory).

    Decisions Open Until 2020 Year End:

    Amendments on the following may be possible by agreement with the factory – but will impact delivery time and also possibly costs.

     

    • Hull Colour - for any colour other then White or Flag Blue, the factory needs a final decision by the end of 2020.
    • Mast Colour - for any color different than standard Awl Grip Solid White colour, the factory needs a final decision by the end of 2020.
    • Deck Canvas - any changes need to be discussed and decided by the end of 2020.
    • Interior Canvasand Leather - any changes need to be discussed and decided by the end of 2020.
    • Running Rigging  - the colour is still open, but the factory will need a final decision by the end of 2020. List of colours available from Nautor on request.

     

    Extras to be supplied by Purchaser and dates that factory would require them to keep on schedule:

     

    • Crockery - required by Nautor by 31st March 2021 for installation.
    • Tender - required by Nautor by 15th April 2021 for installation.
    • Sails – should arrive at the factory by 30th April 2021 ready for seatrials.
    • Safety Equipment - required by Nautor by 30th April 2021 for installation.

     

    Copies of the Nautor Standard Specifications, the Extra Specifications for this yacht and the Time Schedule are available on request.

    Please note all photos are from a sistership.

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