Length overall: 46.09 ft. 14.05 m
Length water-line: 40.29 ft. 12.28 m
Beam max: 14.01 ft. 4.27 m
Draft loaded: 7.55 ft. 3.40-1.32 m
Displacement loaded: 39,000 lbs. 17,700 kg
Fuel capacity: 97.7 US gallons 370 litres
Water capacity: 105 US gallons 400 litres
Hot water tank: 10.5 US gallons 40 litres
Holding tank (black water): 7.9 US gallons 30 litres
Rig and sail dimensions:
I. 64.96 ft. 19.80 m
J: 16.73 ft. 5.10 m
P: 59.06 ft. 18.0 m
E: 19.36 ft. 5.90 m
Fore triangle: 543.5 sq. ft. 50.5 m2
Mainsail: 652.3 sq. ft. 60.6 m2
100% jib: 549.0 sq. ft. 51.0 m2
Spinnaker: 2202 sq. ft. 204 m2
The 46 is a cruising Swan and fulfils the design philosophy that has made Swan what it is today. Superb single cockpit with twin wheels (rudders) and no mainsheet track make her for a very
simple, safe and user friendly. All control lines are lead aft to the cockpit with the main sheet
and headsail sheets close at hand by the wheel allowing single handed sailing if required. The relatively small non overlapping headsail also makes this Swan very simple to tack especially
when compared to the older boats with much larger headsails. The beautifully appointed
owner's cabin is forward with wider double berth and the twin aft guest cabins are port and
starboard aft. These of course are ideally suited to be used as berths whilst at sea. The deck
layout provides very easy sail handling for shorthanded and long distance work as required. T
he sheet winches as well as a halyard winch are electric to make shorthanded sailing very easy together with the furling boom.
She was fitted out with approximately 250,000 Euro worth of extras over the standard build specification. She is probably the best equipped and kept Swan of her kind sailing today. She is now offered for sale by her first and only owner.
Hull is of single skin construction using glass fibre reinforced isopolyester laminate with
vinylester skin coat.
Underwater is treated with epoxy barrier coat layers sprayed on, and finished with antifouling.
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a composite mast step.
Two rudders of foam filled GRP.
Two 1.05 m stainless wheels; Composite pedestals; Emergency tiller system.
Part of the transom folds out manually to form a platform with ladder up to deck and providing
access to the transom stowage area. Separate bathing ladder.
Helmsman seat and pushpit may be opened for convenience.
Deck is sandwich construction with low density closed cell foam core.
Engine beds are of GRP.
Teak deck with nominal thickness when new of 12mm on side decks and in cockpit
(instead of standard 9mm).
Primary sheet winches 2 , electric (instead of standard Lewmar 2 )
Starboard halyard winch Lewmar , electric (instead of standard 2 );
Main sheet winches 2 one electric (instead of standard 2 ) :
Halyard winch also on port side .
Delta anchor with chain counter
New electric anchor roller . Installed in 2010
Remote control system for anchor roller
Aluminium bow sprit
Stainless steel bar in forepeak locker for storing sheets.
Two brackets on pedestal crash bar for instrument units.
Two mug holders on pedestal.
Gate in rail on starboard
Mooring cleats amidships.
Fittings for jockey pole and spinnaker pole make them easily removable.
All deck hatches open aft (hinges forward)
Mosquito screens and blinds for deck hatches and mosquito screen for entrance drop-board.
A big bimini installed over the cockpit.
Stainless stem head fitting.
Stainless chain plates, head stay recessed for under deck furler unit.
Harken lead blocks (halyards, reefing, mainsheet are led aft).
Harken aluminium jib sheet tracks and cars.
Gennaker sheet blocks, tack line block.
35mm high teak toe rails.
Mooring cleats and fairleads at bow ,centre and stern.
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions (opening gates port and aft).
Nautor’s have built their reputation on the quality and finish of their sailing yachts.
The yacht is a beautiful example of the Finnish craftsmanship and can really only be appreciated by visiting this yacht.
The solid and veneered Teak is finished with a hand rubbed satin finish, which is applied to all
the visible woodwork.
Floorboards are laid with oak veneer, providing access to the bilge.
The floor is suspended on an Aluminium sub frame.
The interior topsides, where visible, are lined with teak or as appropriate with white painted
wooden battens which are hand-finished and fitted.
Overheads are lined with removable panelling.
Best practice yacht building is employed in all areas with cabinets; tables, bureaus, seats,
dressers etc. have rounded corners.
Doors, partitions and panelling are teak-faced plywood or foam.
Owner`s cabin forward bigger double berth offset to port, stowage under bed, hanging lockers,
vanity desk and stool. Ensuite head area forward with marine toilet, wash-basin and shower.
Saloon with L settee and table to port, two removable chairs at centre line; settee and navigation desk starboard, lockers outboard on either side.
Galley on starboard side with Stainless steel three-burner gas stove with oven and grill,
gimballed and provided with fiddles.
Microwave oven in galley
Battery driven refrigeration unit with thermostat control for refrigerator.
Front loading fridge and top loading vegetable cooler (which as an extra is fitted with a
refrigeration system for use as freezer or fridge). Counter tops in Corian. Aft head area to port
with marine toilet, wash-basin and shower.
Companionway on centre line to cockpit.
Aft cabins (2) port and starboard, double bed in each with stowage under, hanging locker.
Dividers on port side shelf outboard of double berth in forward cabin.
Teak slats in aft cabins.
Teak handrail in saloon overhead, starboard of deck hatch.
Two chair position aft of the saloon table.
Two stainless sinks in galley.
Teak safety handrail at galley.
Cover over stove in galley for use as work top.
Safety belt between main entrance and galley.
Chart table moved forward (from standard).
Fitted sheets for each of the three cabins.
Natural ventilation in cabins with Dorade inlets.
Open able deck hatches and portholes.
Exhaust blowers in galley and heads.
ENGINE and HYDRAULICS
Engine space internally sound insulated, fire resistant meeting SOLAS B-15 requirements.
Front hatch for servicing with two removable side panels.
Electrical switch board and main switch locker on starboard side
Drip tray integral with engine bed
Electrical lubricating oil change pump connected to engine
Cockpit controls include;
Engine on and off, single lever throttle and gear control, coolant temp with alarm, oil pressure
with alarm, tachometer and hour meter.
VOLVO PENTA D2-55 marine diesel, output 39 kW 53 SHP at 3000 rpm with Sail drive.
Fixed fire extinguisher in engine space with release handle at companionway.
Wet exhaust system with fibreglass silencer, discharge at
Thermostat-controlled fresh water-cooling with heat exchanger on engine.
A separate heat exchanger for the consumable fresh water is included in the same circuit
as making hot water available whenever the engine is running.
Fuel capacity 370 lit in three stainless steel tanks with gauges.
One filler line with strainer and tank selector manifold for all tanks.
Tanks vented to deck edge.
Fuel filter/water separator with water alarm and shut off valve on feed line to engine.
Sail drive with Flex-O-Fold 3-blade 18”L folding propeller.
Bow thruster, Maxpower retractable new 2013
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION
Water tanks of stainless steel with gauges. capacity 400 lit.
Hot and cold pressure water system.
Hot water provided via the engine cooling water calorifier or with a 220v AC immersion.
Hot and cold water pressure water with cold back up foot pump in galley.
Washbasins and shower trays drained with electric pumps to seacocks.
Two manual Whale bilge pumps.
One electric bilge pump.
Forward toilet discharges to 50 litre holding tank, emptied via manual pump or deck suction
Hot water tank capacity 40 lit (10.5 US gallons).
Washbasin and shower trays drained with electrical pumps to seacocks.
One electric bilge pump. Outlets above waterline.
Water maker, Spectra 70 lit/hr.
Electric toilet in forward and aft head, salt water and fresh water flushing (instead of standard
Deck shower, hot and cold water.
Deck wash, sea water, with change over valve to fresh water.
Salt water spout with foot pump at galley.
Air Conditioning and heating system Webasto Thermo 90 ST Chillier 24v / 9.1 kW – (Saloon 9000 + 4000 BTU, Fore cabin 6000 BTU).
Temperature control in all cabins and saloon
Top loaded freezer in galley 60 litre, with thermostat allowing the freezer to be used as a
refrigerator as well.
Shore power (2 additional outlets).
Diesel generator Fisher Panda.
Larger battery capacity, 440 Ah/5h gel cell
Voltage stabiliser for instruments including 2 x 12 /10A volt batteries.
Additional 12v outlet at navigation station.
Indirect light over bookshelf in saloon.
Red indicator at helm for bilge pumps on/off.
Cantalupi blue LED light floor lighting, throughout the boat (practical as “night light” and
attractive in normal use).
Standard lightening arrangement including reading lights, recessed overheads, indirect lights, chart light and red night lights at galley and nav station.
Standard with brushed electrical switches and handles.
Floodlight on forward mast face, spreader lights, Windex light and compass and boom lights with dimmers.
All lights were replaced by led light in all the boat, including navigation and deck lights
6 solar panels installed 2010
Sea&Watt water generator installed 2010
NAVIGATION & ELECTRONICS
Raymarine ST 290 Instrument Pack
Raymarine Smart Pilot S3G core pack with Type 2 linear drive 24v
2 kW Radar scanner (on mast, with platform)
B&G HYDRA autopilot
Raymarine E80 radar chart plotter display at the helm
Furuno Weather fax Navtex.
Icom VHF (handset at navigation table and Icom Command unit in cockpit) .
Antenna for VHF, TV and AM/ FM.
Iridium phone with fix antenna
Samsung 20 flat screen TV in owner cabin serves also as a repeater for the chart plotter
Radio / CD / MP3 car stereo, Sony at navigation station, one pair B&W speakers in saloon;
Speakers in cockpit, Poly-Planar with on / off switch in cockpit
Samsung 28 inch flat screen TV in saloon
MAST & RIG
Double spreader 15/16 fractional rig with 20º swept back spreaders.
Antal track for mainsail.
Standing rigging of round Navtec rod.
Recessed Harken jib furler with line led below deck to cockpit.
Hydraulic boom vang and hydraulic tensioners for backstay with a single gauge central control
panel in cockpit.
Spinnaker gear, including pole.
Folding steps on mast.
In boom furling system(instead of standard).
By North sails
05/2009 new Mainsail
Furling genoa new 2010
Code zero sail new 2010
Furling genoa 130% new 2010
North Snuffer Plus
Mainsail cover acrylic, by North.
Spray hood, with elk hide on handrail.
(Note: All canvas work in Sunbrella )
ANCHORING AND MOORING
Niro Petersen 10mm x 100m stainless steel anchor chain Instead of standard) with 50m of 20mm
Fenders, with fabric fender cover in dark blue.
Mooring lines including 2 x 10mm x 20m and 2 x 20mm x 20m.
Elk hide on wheels.
Tarpaulin overall cover.
Man overboard module,
Various spare parts (for the generator, toilets, Volvo engine, etc).
24v DC system.
Engine has its own AGM starting battery 50 Ah 12v.
There is a 115 A alternator for the start batteries.
12v outlet at chart table and at cockpit
Service batteries charged by a 110A alternator on the main engine.
6 solar panels total 12 amp
Sea&Watt hydro generator new 2010
20 kg Delta anchor
Two gas bottles.
Portable fire extinguishers.
Two jackstays (safety lines for side decks).
Two Suunto magnetic compasses on the steering pedestals.
Quartz clock at chart table.
Manuals of the boat.
St Kitts & Navies
3.40-1.32m(dagger board keel)
17,700kgs 39,000 lbs.
Complete build specification and Nautor colour brochure available on request.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. This specification/inventory will only form part of the contract when attached to a bona fide sales contract that has been signed and agreed by both seller and buyer.