Swan 100

4,250,000 Tax Paid | Miami United States of America
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Summary

  • Make Swan
  • Model 100
  • Year 2005
  • LOA 100ft/30m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 9
  • Cabins 4
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 35061
  • Name Aquarius Alfa

Overview

Remarkable price on Swan 100RS.
The bank now owns the yacht. An offer as low as €3.5M will buy the yacht. This opportunity will not last long. Call Ted Smith on +44 7887 690 184 to arrange a viewing for you, your captain or your surveyor.

Build


Builder: Nautor Swan OB, Finland
Naval Architect: German Frers
Year: 2005
Classification: RINA I* HULL . MACH Yacht-MOTOR-PLEASURE

Construction: GRP Hull & Deck with Carbon reinforcements

DIMENSIONS
LOA: 30.21m (99’11”)
LWL: 26.4m (86’8”)
DRAFT: 4.0m (13’12”)
BEAM: 7.06m (23’.1”)
GT: 90
DISPL: 78 tonnes (light ship)
BALLAST: 28 tonnes (lead bulb)

HULL and APPENDAGES
The hull is of single skin construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced vinylester laminate with local carbon fibre
reinforcements. Structural bulkheads are of Nomex honeycomb cored carbon fibre epoxy pre-preg construction and laminated to
hull and deck.
Hull Finish - Dupont ‘Black Panther’ metallic paint (2015)
Cove and stripes in Dupont ‘Snow White’ paint
Hull Windows
Formglass safety glass with electric blinds, featuring two in saloon, two in aft cabin plus one in each aft guest cabin.

DECK
Main deck is of carbon fibre pre-preg sandwich construction with Nomex
Coach roof and coamings of glass fibre reinforced vinylester with low density foam core.
Deck Finish
Laid teak on side decks, coamings and cockpit seats
Deck bright work is finished in Dupont ‘Snow White’ paint (2012)

KEEL
The ballast bulb is a lead casting in one piece, made from 3% antimony lead alloy. Stainless steel fin that has been filled and
faired with epoxy.

RUDDER and STEERING SYSTEM
Foam filled carbon fibre rudder blade
Sprocket and chain steering gear
Lightweight aluminium steering quadrant bolted to rudderstock.
New bottom bearing in 2012.
New o-rings fitted in 2016

NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE TO U.S RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS.
All dimensions are approximate

Rig

SAIL PLAN
I= 40.00m
J= 10.70m
P=38.50m
E=12.46m
Fore triangle 214 m²
Main sail 240 m²
110% Jib 237.7 m²
Gennaker 797 m

SPARS
Carbon mast by Offshore Spars
4 x Carbon spreaders and discontinuous shrouds
Mast and boom were repainted in 2011
Fully serviced in 2015 and all rods replaced
Four down lights on lower spreaders.
One pair up light on each spreader.
PVC mast boot, sealed.
Trysail track.

Boom: Carbon fibre Park Avenue boom with lazy jacks.
Hydraulic outhaul
Three reefs in main
Boom preventer system.

STANDING RIGGING
Navtec rod, all replaced in 2015
Aramid cable running backstays

SAILS
Mainsail - 2011 North Sails 3DL Marathon with taffeta covering
Furling genoa - 2011 North Sails 3DL Marathon with taffeta covering
Staysail - 2011 North Sails SC 448 with taffeta covering
Gennaker - 2011 North Sails With sock and air snuffer

RIG HYDRULICS
Reckmann hydraulic furling head stay
Navtec boom vang
Navtec jib halyard tensioner
Navtec Mainsail outhaul
Navtec split backstay
Mast Cunningham
Inner forestay tensioner


SAILING HARDWARE
Harken blocks, tracks and pad-eyes.
Winches
Harken all carbon top and base
Mainsheet: 1 x 1130 STHA
Primary: 2 x B1130 STHA
Secondary: 2 x BH1130 STHA
Halyard/Pit: 4 x BH990.3 STHA

Accommodation

Four guest cabins plus crew.
Four double guest cabins. Master cabin with identical port and starboard guest cabins aft of saloon. One double guest cabin with Pullman berth forward of saloon.
Crew accommodation for four forward.
Teak interior joinery and finished in hand-rubbed satin finish varnish
Floorboards are of lightweight sandwich material with light teak veneer
Fully reconditioned and re-varnished in 2015
All opening hatches fitted with blinds and mosquito screens
ARRANGEMENT
Master Cabin
Centerline double berth with split mattresses.
Hanging lockers in all four corners of the cabin.
Settee to starboard
Vanity desk to port and 42” flat screen television mounted above
Ensuite bathroom with large shower compartment

Aft Port & Starboard Guest Cabins
Twin berths with bedside table in-between
Full length hanging locker.
Ensuite bathroom and separate shower compartment

Saloon
Light and open plan, comfortable dining and relaxed seating
L-shaped sofa to starboard and eight-person dining table.
Large C-shaped settee on port side with coffee table
Navigation table and chair to starboard

Port Forward Guest Cabin
Double berth with split mattress
Pullman berth above
En-suite head and separate shower compartment

Galley
The galley is located starboard side and forward of the saloon
Two sinks and dishwasher are located inboard
Cooker, freezer and (washer-dryer new in 2013) located outboard
Galley Equipment
1 Front loading refrigerator
1 Top loading refrigerator under floor boards
1 Top loading freezer under floor boards
1 Front loading freezer under counter top
Gimballed gas stove and 4-burner gas hob
2-burner ceramic hob
Cooker extractor hood
Dishwasher
Microwave oven
Ice maker
Food waste disposal integrated with sink

Port Crew Cabin
Upper and lower fixed single berths
Full length hanging lockers

Starboard Crew Cabin
A sofa/converting single berth
pullman berth above
Centre line locker with fold- down table and television

Crew Head
Shared crew bathroom forward


Machinery

MAIN ENGINE – Hours: TBC
Perkins Sabre M265Ti 6-cylider marine diesel engine.
Output = 195Kw (265 hp) at 2500 rpm
ZF80A 2.85:1 reduction gear.
Four-blade Varifold propeller 32”, pitch 24”
Propeller shaft 2” mounted through flexible shaft coupling
Halyard wet exhaust system with fibreglass silencers

FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel Capacity = 2480 litres in two stainless steel tanks
Fuel lines to engine and generator have Racor fuel/water separators

LUBRICATING SYSTEM
Two oil tanks are provided, 1 x 80L lubricating oil tank and 1 x 80L waste oil tank

GENERATORS
2 x Northern Lights M984 26 KVA generators
Hours: TBC

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Service batteries split into 2 banks, each with capacity of 24V 750 Ah/8 h.
Each bank with 12 units of 2V each.
Engine & Generator Starting batteries 24V 50Ah Ah/20

AC SYSTEM
230V 50HZ single phase 3-wire system.
Power shedding system, PLC controlled.
Vectek VSPII Frequency converter (20 kVA accepts input 180-520 V AC, 47 to 64 HZ)

CHARGERS INVERTERS:
2 x Bosch 28v 140ah alternators on main engine for service battery charging.
1 x 60ah alternator on main engine for main engine start battery
Generators have their own alternators for starting batteries
4 x Mastervolt Mass 24V 100 A chargers for service batteries
1 x Mastervolt Mass 24V 25 A for start batteries
Inverter Mastervolt 24/5000 VA
Inverter Mastervolt 24/2500 VA Sine wave, for entertainment systems

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Bosch-Rexroth central system
3 x power sources:
Generator #1 PTO pump, Generator #2 PTO pump, DC power pack system
Powers these units:
Anchor windlass
Sanguinetti capstan
Jib furler
Anchor swing arm
Bow thruster plus up/down
Inner forestay tension
Outhaul
Jib halyard tensioner
Backstay tensioner
Boom vang
Transom hatch cylinders
Drum winches
Cunningham
Tender winch in lazarette
Maxpower bow-thruster R321 21Kw

Inventory

NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
B&G H2000 Navigation system comprising of:
14 FFD displays : 6 below deck, 8 on deck
8 x 20/20 displays on deck
2 x B&G analogue wind direction.
2 x B&G analogue magnified wind direction.

Navigation Instruments
Furuno ZTL12F touch screen charter plotter/radar (new 2017)
1 x display at Navigation station and 1 x at mainsheet winch island
36Nm Radar antenna on front of mast

Autopilot
B&G Hercules 2000 ACP2 Hydraulic autopilot with two Rexroth cylinders

Computer Systems:
Nuk navigation computer connected to Samsung 15@ screen at navigation station
MaxSea TimeZero V.3 chart software (Med, US @ Caribbean)
Mac computer connected to entertainment system

COMMUNICATION
Iridium satellite phone
Raymarine VHF Radio
Sailor VHF Radio
Inmarsat Standard C
Navtex
R&R Electronic Delta Pacific active antenna.
Sailor SSB Radio

ENTERTAINMENT
Tracvision TV6 antenna on port lower spreader
Saloon
42” television with Bose lifestyle system
DVB decoder for Sat TV

Guest cabins:
Samsung 20” flat screen televisions
Owner's cabin:
42” flatscreen television
DVB decoder for Sat TV

Cockpit :
4JL audio system, 3x amplification units and connected to 4 x speakers/subwoofer system

HVAC SYSTEM
Condaria Air conditioning (90,000 BTU)
Independent fan coils in each cabin
15Kw heating mode
Forced ventilation in all cabins

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
1 x Vane compressor (for transom and main companionway sealing)
1 x back up compressor with quick connections

FRESH WATER
2 x stainless steel tanks = Total capacity of 1520 litres (335gal)
UV Sterilizer freshwater
1x Jaspi 220 litre hot-water tank
Shore supply connection with softener unit.
Sea water pump for fire/anchor-wash (connection on foredeck, midships and aft deck)
Deck-shower in dinghy garage.
Watermaker
Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 1500-2 (5600 litres per day)
New HRO 24v DC Watermaker (2016)

GREY & BLACK WATER
2 x grey water tanks (total capacity 710 litres)
4 x submersible bilge pumps
2 x manual Whale Titan bilge pumps
Toilets:
Tecma Standard Plus 24V with fresh-water flush
2 x Blackwater tanks

TENDER
New AB13 (3.96 metre) RIB in 2019
New Yamaha 4 stroke 30hp outboard (tiller steered) in 2019

SAFETY
3 x 12 person liferafts
2 x Man Overboard Modules mounted on pushpit
2 x Horseshoe buoys mounted on pushpit with light
Lifejackets
Jackstays

FIRE SAFETY
Sea-fire extinguishing system for E/R.
Hand extinguishers Gloria P2G in each cabin.
Fire blanket in galley

EQUIPMENT
Bauer dive compressor
Cable master (for shore power connection)
Assorted fenders
Anchor light with cable and plug

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Ancasta are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Ancasta brokerages. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. Please Note: where the vessel’s status shows as “Preliminary”, details of the vessel have not yet been confirmed by the Vendor.