LADY B is the first of the Swan 60's to have the factory extended transom option. This became so popular, that it then became standard. This is the second Swan for the current owner, and he has used her for family sailing, Bermuda races, and also the Transatlantic race. Stored ashore for the winter, she is Captain maintained, and has had continual upgrading.
This is the best value Swan 60 anywhere in the world, by miles.
Offered to co-brokers on a commission split of 50/50.
Please contact Alan Baines at +1 (401) 241-1280
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Nautor Swan
Designer: German Frers
LOA: 64 ft 1 in
Beam: 17 ft 6 in
LWL: 52 ft 1 in
Minimum Draft: 10 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 10 ft 2 in
Displacement: 31500 kgs
Ballast: 11200 kgs
Number of single berths: 8
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 4
The Swan 60 designed by German Frers has benefited from one of the most intensive and exhaustive development processes ever carried out by Nautor. To quote Boat International “more and more Owners looked towards the reliability, quality and sheer class of Nautor’s Swan production Cruiser/Racers to offer a refuge from escalating costs and diminishing resale values”. The Swan 60 offers distinctive ‘Swan’ looks with more than a touch of style. A fine bow for upwind sailing, undistorted lines and a full-bodied transom for speed and easy handling off the wind.
This 60 is optimised for blue water cruising with the original Owner having owned two previous Swans. The layout and customisation is reflected in the Owner’s experience. The winches have been moved aft to allow for a more relaxed cockpit arrangement whether cruising or racing. She has been fitted with an extended transom allowing for greater stowage in the aft lazerette. She has been very well maintained by her permanent skipper.
We feel she is very well priced in the market and viewing is strongly recommended.
First-class teak is used for visible interior and deck woodwork. Other materials and components are also of premium quality.
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
The hull is of single skin construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate.
A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties.
Structural bulkheads are of marine plywood laminated to hull and deck with foam strips between.
Stiffener flanges are unidirectional lay-ups over foam cores.
Engine beds are of GRP.
Hull Colour: Awlgrip Vivid red.
Boot top and cove stripe: white.
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a composite mast step.
Sea cocks for all through-hull connections below waterline, finished flush with outside and located in accessible positions with stud long enough to take two hose clamps.
Deck is of sandwich construction, using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate, with low-density foam core.
Teak is glued and vacuum bagged without fastenings.
Teak decks, coamings, coach roof, cockpit and on bridge deck.
Keel & Rudder:
The keel is a lead casting with antimony and carefully finished to accurate shape.
Cast-in keel bolts are of high-tensile stainless steel.
Of foam filled GRP with tubular tapered stock of E-glass composite, supported by two self-aligning roller bearings.
Engine & Gearboxes:
Yanmar 4LHA-HTE marine diesel, output 110 kW/150 HP at 3300 rpm, with Hurth HSW 450 AR reverse/reduction gear 2.43:1. Approx. 9,000 hours.
Engine space internally sound insulated, fire resistance meeting SOLAS B-15 requirements.
Drip tray integral with engine bed.
Wet exhaust system with fibreglass silencer, discharge through transom.
Silencer provided with drain tap.
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 making hot water available whenever the engine is running.
Propeller shaft made of high-tensile corrosion resistant steel.
Drip-free shaft seal.
Three-bladed Max-Prop feathering propeller, diameter 590 mm.
Propulsion & Steering:
Quadrant bolted to rudder stock.
One destroyer-type stainless wheel with Elkhide cover, 1.9 turns H.O. to H.O. one pedestal with roller bearings.
Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette.
24 V DC system with insulated return. Wires are sized to minimise voltage drop.
230 V AC is a three-wire system.
For lightning protection the headstay, backstay (unless used as SSB antenna), main shroud chain plates and mast step are grounded to ballast keel bolts with heavy cable.
Cigarette lighter outlet, 12 V outlet via converter, 6.3 A for charging mobile.
Nokia telephone at nav station.
Additional 230 V outlet in forecabin overhead forward of the foredeck hatch and in locker aft of chart table.
Shore inlet 115 V via 6kva transformer to provide 220/230v to interior.
115 volt outlets in aft cabin, galley and forward supplied by 1.5 kVa transformer.
12 V 12 Amp outlets at chart table, in galley and heads.
One battery set approx 360 Ah, 5 hour rating (482 Ah 20 h rating), 24 V traction type for general service (replaced recently).
The engine and diesel generator have their own starting battery sets.
All battery sets are located in ventilated GRP boxes.
The service batteries are charged by a 110 A alternator on the main engine or by a 70 A battery charger with automatic regulation.
The starting batteries are charged by an 80 A alternator on the main engine, and a 50 A alternator on the generator engine.
Diesel generator, Westerbeke 12 kVA in lieu of standard 6kva.
The AC system can be fed either by a 6 kVA 50 hz diesel generator with sound shield, or a 230 V 50 A shore power inlet provided with polarity alarm, main switch, and land connecting cable. Outlets provided with earth fault protection. Connection to battery charger and water heater resistor element.
Inverter for TV and video, Victron Phoenix 24/600 VA.
Inverter, Mass 24/2500 VA, 230 V, including transfer switch.
DC main panel:
Located near the navigator's space.
Switches of trip-free circuit type.
V- and A-meters of digital type.
Main switch and fuses located in locker near switchboard.
Switches for interior and navigation lights.
Fuel tank level gauge.
Water tank level gauge.
Main engine controls.
Switches for mast flood light, compass light, spreader lights, boom light, flood light, radar post lights and controls for transom.
Diesel generator panel:
Generator control panel with oil pressure, coolant temperature, hour and V-meter at main switch panel.
Thermometers for refrigerator and freezer.
LPG shut-off valve remote control.
Switches of trip-free circuit type, V-meter, frequency meter, A-meter, all of digital type.
AC main panel:
Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing, fresh water hoses of nylon tubing.
Fuel and water tanks of welded stainless steel provided with baffles, inspection cover, sounding plug, and vent pipe.
Shower sump tanks of GRP, integral with the moulded floor liner.
Watermark Seafresh system, drinking water purifier.
Fresh and Sea water deck wash.
Additional stainless steel holding tank with electric pump and deck suction line for one toilet.
Sea water spout in galley with foot pump.
Galley sinks drained through sea cock.
Washbasin and shower trays drain to sump tanks, capacity about 60 l (16 US gallons) each.
Sump tanks are emptied by electrical pumps.
Back-up Whale manual pumps.
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
Hot and cold pressure water with back-up foot pumps in galley.
Electric bilge pump with automatic control.
Two manual Whale Titan 100 litres/minute (26 US gallons), one in cockpit, one below deck.
One G&R maxi vortex electric pump 140 ltrs/min equipped with visible and audible alarm in nav station.
Outlets above waterline.
Fuel capacity 600 litres (158 US gallons), in two tanks of welded stainless steel.
Separ KWA-50 fuel filter/water separator with water alarm and shut-off valve on feed line to engine and diesel generator.
Tanks are vented to deck edge.
One filler line for each tank.
Water capacity 1140 litres (301 US gallons), in four tanks with one filler line from deck terminating at valve chest under saloon floor.
Tank vent pipes terminate at galley sink.
Single lever mixing faucets type Oras for washbasins and galley sinks.
The consumable water can be heated either with engine cooling water, or with a heating element working on AC.
Hot water tank capacity 60 litres (15.8 US gallons).
Deck shower, hot and cold water, at bathing platform.
B & G Hydra 2000 Wind/Depth/Log Pack, including transducers and one NMEA FFD at chart table.
Non-NMEA FFD, digital repeater.
Wind direction indicator, 360º, analogue.
Magnified wind direction indicator, 45º, analogue.
20/20 Large Digital Display, 2 on mast.
Display controller Pack for 20/20 repeater, 2 mounted in port cockpit coaming in the GRP box.
Additional Non-NMEA FFD, digital repeater, in forecabin on forward bulkhead starboard side.
VHF, Icom M505 with command mic, one handset at chart table and one in cockpit, including converter.
Portable VHF Icom IC-M33.
Loudhailer Standard MP51000012 under aft cockpit hatch.
Loudspeaker in cockpit for VHF.
Flat screen TV in aft cabin, Sharp AVMON 3, mounted on stainless steel, turntable arm on aft bulkhead.
DVC-player in aft cabin, Sony DVP-S735D, modified to multi-region version, with remote control.
Fusion stereo / Bluetooth. 3 x sets of speakers.
Raymarine E125 at helm, E97 at chart table.
Weatherfax, Furuno FAX-207 with Navtex option, installed in bookshelf outboard of navigation station, connected to Delta antenna.
GPS, Furuno GP-31, display at chart table, antenna on pushpit.
Active antenna, Delta DSC Pacific, for TV, AM/FM, VHF, Navtex and Weatherfax, including Windex unit.
Grounding cage in lazarette for SSB radio telephone.
Computer, Compac monitor at chart table.
Dual watch audible and visual gas and Co2 alarm at nav station.
1 SUUNTO D 135 magnetic compass on steering pedestal.
One barometer at chart table.
2 x Simrad autopilots (independent systems).
Starboard/inboard upper locker in galley.
Corian white on galley work top surfaces.
Teak holder for fire blanket.
Watermaker, Seafresh H206A, 230V, 2200 litres 1/day, with remote panel and standard spare kit.
Drinking water purifier.
Icemaker, Raritan, 230V.
Additional refrigeration unit, Iceberg, 230V, 0.5 hp, 50/60 Hz.
Microwave oven, Siemens.
Stainless steel four-burner Alpes Inox gas stove with oven and grill, gimballed and provided with fiddles.
Extensive galley equipment.
Iceberg refrigeration unit with hold-over plates for refrigerator and freezer, belted from main engine.
Thermostat control enabling freezer to be used as refrigerator, hold-over function is, however, lost in this case.
Vaccuflush vacuum assisted toilets using fresh water for flushing, and discharging through sea cock.
Holding tanks for day toilets fore and aft emptied by electric pump or deck suction line.
Equipped with porcelain washbasin, mirror, telephone type shower, towel, soap and paper holder, trash bin, and lockers.
White GRP lining up to washbasin level.
Teak grating on floor.
Separate shower compartment for Owner.
Heating & Ventilation:
Natural ventilation in cabins with Dorade box inlets.
Openable deck hatches and portholes.
Air conditioning Marine Air, 230V, total 47000 BTU, including separate shore power inlet: Fore cabin 7000 BTU; Both guest cabins 2 x 7000 BTU; Saloon 16000 BTU; Aft cabin 10000 BTU.
Seletion of fans in each cabin.
Air inlet with water trap, outlet with blower.
Battery boxes ventilated to outside of boat.
LED Windex light.
LED Tricolour masthead light.
LED Boom light above cockpit table and at aft end of boom, including dimmer.
LED interior lights, cabin light dimmers.
Indirect light in forward guest cabin, aft cabin around berth, sofas in saloon and hull windows in saloon all including dimmer switches.
Automatic light in hanging lockers and in freezer/fridge.
One berth light over each berth, halogen dome lights overhead, with dimmer for the saloon area.
Red dome lights over galley and chart table.
Flexible chart light.
Red night lights at floor level in main cabin and nav. area.
Downward floodlight on forward side of mast, and spreader lights.
Compass light with rheostat.
Red and green side lights on pulpit.
White stern light on pushpit.
White bow light on forward side of mast.
Summary of Accommodation:
All joinery work in the living area is done in accordance with the best yacht practice, using first-grade materials. Teak with hand rubbed satin finish is used for the visible woodwork.
Lockable floorboards with laid teak veneer provide access to the bilge.
Topsides where visible lined with teak battens.
Overhead lined with removable panelling.
Self-engaging latches with bumpers to hold doors in open position. Hanging lockers are equipped with rods and hooks, and their doors are provided with louvers.
Drawers are secured with latches.
Companionway ladder with non-slip steps.
Roller blinds/mosquito screens recessed into large deck hatch frames.
Hatches and Windows:
One fore deck hinged anchor well hatch.
Hinged hatch to fore cabin.
One hinged hatch in each forward head, and one in each forward cabin.
Hinged hatch in main cabin.
Aluminium framed fixed side windows.
Aft cabin two hinged hatches, and two openable portholes to aft cockpit.
Main companionway lockable sliding hatch of tinted acrylic.
In aft cockpit hinged GRP hatches to lazarette.
Aft entrance companionway with wash board and stowable teak and stainless ladder.
Description of layout from forwards:
Fixed wooden berth on starboard side, lockers, drawers and work top under, upper hull side lockers above stb side and 2 pipe cots, no upper hull side locker.
Port and starboard forward of main bulkhead, entrance from saloon to each cabin, pull-out lower berths.
Pullman upper berths, upper hull side locker moved outboard to give more room for the Pullman berths in up position, hanging lockers on centre line.
Memory foam mattresses throughout.
With U-settee and removable chairs on starboard side, square table.
Port side settee with locker for bar and icemaker forward.
Port and starboard hull windows.
Port and starboard hull side lockers forward and aft.
The saloon sofas and navigation seat are in leather.
Head lining without teak stripes
Flush locker and drawer locks, Kroon, mat polished chrome.
Floorboard cover, transparent PVC sheet.
Insulated aft cabin floorboards to eliminate exhaust noise.
Provided with shelves, drawers and space for instruments and radios on angled panels.
Main switchboard on engine room bulkhead.
Chart stowage below headliner.
With double berth and hanging locker on port side, leather settee on starboard side, vanity desk with drawers and small lockers.
Swan chair, mirror with teak frame, 2 angled lights in overhead.
Spring mattress, split, with cover mattresses for aft cabin berth.
Nautor made bracket on mast for 2 x 20/20 repeaters.
Folding foot step on mast, 2 each side.
Aluminium white painted mast and boom – triple spreader mast head rig with discontinuous shrouds.
Furling headsail, manual, Reckmann RS 2000/40.
Custom babystay with extension piece and additional fitting on base of inner forestay.
Outhaul cylinder in boom, no winch.
Navtec Quick release for boom vang.
Navtec System V panel to be stainless.
Colour coded halyards.
Mast - Of oval section, with external stemball tangs and Harken System B track for full-batten mainsail.
Tapered and welded masthead with two spinnaker cranes and three halyard sheaves.
Internal wiring, shielded in PVC tube secured to mast.
Spreaders of aluminium alloy.
Spinnaker gooseneck track on forward side with tackles for car control.
One toggle pin each side for jockey pole.
Neoprene mast boot with Dacron cover over deck partners.
Inner forestay, babystay, runners and check stays of aramid.
Series 800 rigging screws for main shrouds.
Headstay and inner forestay have toggles at upper and lower end.
Main boom - Of oval, tapered section with internal outhaul led to a Lewmar 30 CST winch on boom, and arranged for slab reefing with three reefing lines. Repainted 2017.
Poles - One carbon spinnaker pole.
Hydraulic boom vang with high-pressure return, hydraulic tensioner for backstay and outhaul.
Single gauge System 50 central control panel in aft cockpit.
Foreguy lead through coaming.
Sheeting track on coaming with a black anodised deck fitting.
Floating genoa car system.
Harken Black Air blocks on all running gear.
Roller fairleads with open top forward and aft.
One pair of roller fairleads amidships, closed top.
Additional roller fairleads aft.
Harken roller bearing deck blocks for halyards and slab reefing at mast partners.
Harken aluminium genoa sheet tracks with slide rod cars and stoppers.
Harken spinnaker aft guy blocks on upstands each side amidships.
Harken spinnaker fore guy block on padeye on fore deck.
Harken and Lewmar spinnaker sheet blocks each side.
Stowage position for runners near main shrouds.
Harken aluminium main sheet track with recirculating ball bearing car.
Padeyes for jib/genoa outboard sheeting.
Aluminium mast collar.
Primary winches 2 x Lewmar 77/3 CEST (Chrome Electric Self Tailing).
Main sheet winch Lewmar 64 CEST.
Halyard winches, 3 x Lewmar 64 CST and 1 x 64 CEST (electric) for main halyard on starboard side.
Anchor windlass, electric, gypsy/capstan, recessed in deck on port side of forepeak hatch, with teak/GRP cover around capstan, including through deck fitting for chain. Quick. New 2015.
Two main sheet traveller control winches Lewmar 40 CST two speed.
Two winch handle pockets on mast, one in aft cockpit.
Full Batten Mainsail in Spectra.
135% Furling Genoa in Spectra.
Fore stay sail in Spectra.
Harken batten car system.
North 3DI main, #2 (new 2015, in storage).
Gate in pushpit, gangway fitting on aft deck.
Corner seats on pushpit, each side, with cushions.
Flag pole fitting mounted on deck.
Bracket on compass crash bar with one B & G FFD repeater, autopilot, plotter.
Extended transom and aft deck with Nautor flush teak hatches.
Bathing platform, hydraulically operated.
Stainless steel radar antenna post, mounted through deck on starboard side, with separate arm for sat comm.
Pulpit with separated navigation lights, opening forward with teak seat.
Stowage bracket in lazarette for diving bottles.
Nautor-made hatches instead of standard Goiot, flush mounted and teak inner frames, including mosquito screens.
Fitting for BBQ on hydraulic platform.
Gas locker under helmsman's seat.
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions of stainless steel, with bases bolted through deck.
Owner's Manual is provided with directions for use and maintenance, drawings and diagrams for main systems and handbooks for machinery and components.
Cockpit table, adjustable to seat level.
Wall safe, Chubb, WS 2, with combination lock.
Propane tanks, including securing arrangements, and pressure regulator.
Two pairs of roller fairleads with stoppers for genoa, one pair with stoppers for jib.
Four removable cleat guards.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Stainless steel stemhead fitting and two anchor roller.
Anchor chain, Lewmar 10 mm, grade 40, 300’.
1 x 50 kg Delta stowed on stem head. One Fortress FX55 kedge anchor.
10 m 10 mm (3/8") high-tensile chain spliced to 80 m 25 mm plaited nylon anchor line.
Various mooring/dock lines.
Various air fenders with lines.
One boat hook stowed below.
Anchor light with cable and plug.
Not under command lights with cable and plug.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Sprayhood for fore and aft cockpit.
Cockpit cushions with backrest covering the coaming edge.
Cover for main saloon table White.
Canvas cover for forward cockpit table, Red.
Padded protection for entrance threshold.
Tender & Outboard:
Mini-M antenna, two lights and davit for lifting outboard engine.
Dinghy stowage on foredeck, including teak cradle with stainless steel fittings.
Lifeline gates each side amidships.
Stowage for liferafts in aft cockpit lockers.
Fire blanket in galley.
Two jackstays of webbing.
Safety belts for navigator and cook.
One Plastimo 6 person liferaft stowed on deck + grab bag in aft cockpit locker.
One 406 Mhz Epirb ACR Electronics RLB-32.
One horseshoe life buoy fitted with line and light.
One horseshoe life buoy fitted with Danbuoy and light.
Various spare parts and selection of tools.
Total flooding fire extinguishing system for engine and generator space with remote control.
Four portable extinguishers in interior, 1 in starboard locker in aft cockpit.
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.