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Much-upgraded Flush Deck Swan 66

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Manufacturer/ModelNautor Swan 66 FD
DesignerGerman Frers
Boat NameSalpare
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingPalma de Mallorca, Spain


LOA20.12m (66'0")
LWL17.19m (56'0")
Beam5.39m (17'0")
Draft3.2m (10'0")
Hull ConstructionGRP
EngineSteyr 163hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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    SALPARE is the last and arguably the best Swan 66FD built. Originally constructed for a very caring Dutch client as LOT66 she mostly sailed in Mediterranean waters and has been much upgraded in recent seasons.


    SALPARE is the last and arguably the best Swan 66FD built. Originally constructed for a very caring Dutch client as LOT66 she mostly sailed the Mediterranean waters until 2016 when the previous owner purchased her. The present owner continued on where the two first owners left off, lavishing care and attention to his yacht including new Code0 and Staysail sails to complement the 3Di main and jib, plus a cruising spinnaker, new EC6 standing rigging and the electronics package that was upgraded in 2017.


    • Engine room fire suppression system was upgraded in 2020 to new bottle and suppressing agent which meets new standards (Novec 1230 instead of HFCs)
    • Deck hatches and deck windows inspected and some replaced/re-sealed in 2020
    • Black tank serviced with new pump 2020

    • LPG system upgraded 2020 to have dual feed with gauge and selector valve by the bottles along with adaptor kit to work with large number of country and gas standards

    • All fridge and freezer compressors, most pumps and logic replaced 2020 Summary of everything major non-standard, upgraded or serviced.
    • Detailed drawings and manuals for all systems scanned and stored on nav computer
    • Engine fully serviced including new turbo and engine mounts 2020. Heat exchanger rebuilt 2017
    • Generator serviced including new fresh and salt water pumps 2020
    • AC system serviced including new salt water and circulation pump 2020
    • Hydraulic power packs and hydraulic rods inspected and serviced 2020
    • Watermaker serviced and clark pump rebuilt 2018

    • Radar, plotter and nav system upgraded to new in 2017 including addition of NMEA2000 bus

    • Additional N2k sensors, gyro and systems added in 2020 to tie into safety and nav systems

    • Autopilot serviced with new rod axle and valves in 2020

    • VHF radios and AIS system new in 2020

    • Audio system upgraded to Sonus in 2017, TV upgraded to new Sony in 2021

    • Standing rigging replaced in 2017 to Future Fibers EC6

    • New 2017 North mainsail and jib serviced and inspected by North in 2021 and 2020 respectively

    • All winches are upgraded to larger Harken carbon winches
    • All sea cocks were serviced and inspected 2020


    Back in 1998, when Finnish builder Nautor was acquired by Italian fashion magnate Leonardo Ferragamo, many Swan aficionados worried that the core values of this iconic breed of cruiser-racers would be lost in a blaze of Euro-finery. But the Italians have since done a superb job of injecting their own unique sense of style into the brand while also retaining Nautor’s strong emphasis on functionality and build quality.

    As I stepped aboard Lionessa, hull #1 in the Swan 66 line, just introduced to North America this summer, what struck me most was how she recalled older Swans I have sailed upon. The clean, elegant lines of the topsides and deck, the acres of honey teak joinery below, the safe, secure feeling of being inside a bombproof Finnish sailing machine: like Proust inhaling madeleine fumes, I reveled in these familiar sensations.

    We enjoyed a spectacular sail that afternoon. Clawing through the throng of journalists aboard, I seized the wheel as we beat out of a sun-sparkled Narragansett Bay into a moderate southerly sea breeze. Sailing angles were gratifyingly tight. Pinching at a 22 degree apparent wind angle, Lionessa slipped cleanly through the mild chop at a little over 7 knots, and was fully powered up making better than 9 knots at an AWA of 28 degrees.
    Off the wind, flying her bold red asymmetric spinnaker, she surged back up the bay with a will, floating along at 7.5 knots before a true wind of just 8. The feel of her helm, at all times, was moderate, not super-light, and firm, with just the right amount of feedback.

    In the old days, of course, sailing a Swan like this would have involved messing around with innumerable lines and a forest of winches. These days what you get is an array of buttons, many of them within easy reach of the helm. All lines are controlled by hydraulic or electric motors and are neatly hidden inside spars or under the deck. The working cockpit aft, with its twin carbon wheels and open transom, is a study in modern efficiency. The social cockpit amidships, with its large fixed table and perfectly pitched backrests, is both spacious and comfortable.

    The boat’s construction, I found, is absolutely contemporary. Back in the day, as sleek as they looked, Swans were unforgivingly solid, with very solid laminates and lots of solid wood below. This, not surprisingly, made for a heavy boat. Lionessa is positively svelte by comparison. Though her vinylester-skinned hull laminate is solid below the waterline, everything above is cored with foam, with quite a bit of carbon fiber blended into the structural bulkheads, stringers, floors and deck beams. Her rudder is entirely carbon, with a carbon stock, as are her spars. Belowdecks, the luscious book-matched teak joinery is but a veneer glued over lightweight cored composite panels.

    Extracts from article in Sail Magazine – October 2011



    RCD Status:
    • It is our understanding that the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A — "Ocean".

    Hull Construction:
    • The hull is built in a female mold using vacuum assisted resin infusion.
    • The bottom is of single skin construction and the topside of foam cored sandwich construction.

    • The hull is constructed using e-glass fabrics and polyester resin but with vinylester skincoat.
    • A high proportion of the glass fibers are unidirectional, which gives a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties.

    • All longitudinal stringers are glass/carbon lay-ups over pre-made hollow forms.
    • Engine bed is made of GRP with steel backing plates.

    • Structural bulkheads are molded by vacuum assisted vinylester resin infusion in carbon fabrics and foam cores.
    • They are laminated to the hull and deck.

    • The composite main shrouds and backstay chain plates are fitted to the inside skin of the hull and the transom.

    • Two tinted fixed hull windows on each side of the saloon of 6+6 mm toughened laminated glass

    • Gelcoats are of weather-resistant NGA type.

    • Topside gelcoat color is white NGA 9650.

    • Boot top and cove stripe is dark blue NGA 7344.

    • The bottom is treated with four layers of Gelshield epoxy primer.
    • There are two layers of International UNI- PRO.
    • Flotation reference marks at bow and stern

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • The deck is molded by vacuum assisted vinylester resin infusion in carbon and glass fabrics with a foam core. There is a high density foam core or solid laminate under the deck fittings. The deck is stiffened with deck beams which are glass/ carbon lay-ups over
    • a foam core. The deck is bonded to the hull with structural adhesive and laminate.

    • Gelcoat color for the coaming and coach roof is white NGA 9650, coaming stripe is painted black.
    • The teak deck consists of 55 x 9 mm quarter cut teak battens with 5 mm black Sikaflex 290 caulking.
    • Nominal thickness on side and bridge deck, coach roof, cockpit sole and seats, bonded to the deck with epoxy adhesive and screws in hatch frames and borders.
    • There are two removable carbon footrests for helmsman.

    Keel & Rudder:
    • The keel is “L” shaped.
    • Lead casting is alloyed with antimony and bolted to the bottom

    • The Swan 66 FD has a single rudder with dual steering gear.
    • The rudder blade is foam filled with carbon fiber/epoxy skins.
    • The rudder stock is constructed from carbon fiber and epoxy.
    • A weed cutter is fitted in front of the rudder.

    • The rudder bearings are self-aligning JP3.
    • Steering sheaves are provided with guards to prevent jamming.
    • The aluminum steering quadrant is bolted to the rudder stock.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Steyr MO166M28 six-cylinder marine diesel engine, output 120 kW 163 HP at 2800rpm.
    • Direct mounted hydraulic reverse/reduction gear box ZF 63 IV 2.48:1
    • There is a thermostatically controlled fresh water-cooling system which has a heat exchanger for the engine.
    • Engine and reduction gear are supported on flexible mounts.
    • Engine space is internally sound insulated as is the propeller area
    • The two-stage super silencing Halyard wet exhaust system has fiberglass silencers and gas/water separators installed
for both main engine and diesel generator.
    • Cooling water is discharged below the waterline and exhaust gases from main engine and diesel generators exit under the transom.
    • Silencers are provided with a drain tap.
    • They are flexibly supported on vibration dampening brackets.
    • Reverso 24vDC electrical oil change pump for diesel generator and main engine as well as gearbox.

    • Engine control located cockpit starboard coaming with engine control ON/OFF, start and stop buttons, single lever manual remote control for throttle and gear shift, engine instruments, control light for starting and service battery charging.
    • Engine space air inlet has water and sound trap, outlet with extractor fan.
    • Air inlets and outlets are fitted with water traps and remote controlled fire supply to the fan is disconnected at engine room fire extinguisher release.

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: Approx 7,100 as of Autumn 2022
    • Engine serviced annually – last service 2022

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • The propeller shaft is made of high-tensile corrosion resistant steel with flexible shaft coupling.
    • Drip-free shaft seal was replaced in 2020.
    • Shaft supported by rubber bearing at bracket and stern tube.
    • Four-bladed folding propeller Brunton Varifold ø 635x482 (25”x19”x4)

    • Max Power VIP 250, HYD 24 V DC retractable bow thruster with foot switches for starboard and port control by starboard pedestal.
    • Composite pedestals with roller bearings and friction brake on starboard side.

    • Two Ø 1.05 m Exit engineering clear coated carbon composite wheels, 2.1 turns H.O to H.O.
    • Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette.

    • The hydraulic system is a Bosch-Rexroth custom designed system to supply all hydraulic functions quietly and smoothly, eliminating any inherent hydraulic noise.

    • 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.
    • The power pack is equipped with two 1.5 kW electric pump units. The power pack is also equipped with a return filter, oil level switch and an air breather.

    • One low pressure (6 bar) piston compressor with quick acting couplings in lazarette for transom door air seal.


    Voltage systems:
    • 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC start circuits, 220v AC via shore power, generator or inverter

    Battery Banks:
    • The service battery bank is 24 V 600 Ah/5h (equals 24 V 720 Ah / 20 h) Enersys 8 PzV 600 and consists of 12 single cells of 2 V each.
    • The instrument battery bank is 24 V 240 Ah / 5 h (equals 290 Ah / 20 h) Enersys 4 PzV 240 and consists of 12 single cells of 2 V each.
    • Service and instrument batteries are maintenance-free traction gel-cell type.
    • 12vDC Optima Yellow Top 75 Ah / 20 h AGM engine start battery
    • 12vDC Optima Red Top 50 Ah / 20 h AGM generator start battery
    • 4x Optima Red Top bowthruster batteries in 24vDC bank
    • Battery sets are located in ventilated GRP boxes.
    • 2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting, blowers and pumps.
    • Wires are sized to minimize voltage drop.
    • Paralleling switch for the service and instrument batteries.
    • Paralleling switch, mounted in engine room, for main engine and generator starting batteries.

    • Battery boxes are ventilated to the mast.
    • The exhaust fan ventilates the battery box with make-up air from the bilge.

    • 2x Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 75 A chargers with 3-step charge characteristics for service batteries with temp sensing.
    • Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 50 A charger with 3-step charge characteristics for radio battery with temp sensing.
    • Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 50 A charger with 3-step charge characteristics for bow thruster battery with temp sensing.

    • Mastervolt 24/2500 VA inverter with transfer switch for outlets and extractor hood.
    • Mastervolt 24/1500 VA for instruments and entertainment

    • 24vDC 140Amp high-output engine-mounted alternator for service and instrument battery banks.
    • 12vDC 90Amp engine-mounted alternator for engine start battery charging

    • Fischer Panda 14.000 NE PMS (11.9 kVA) 230 V AC diesel mounted inside a proprietary sound shield.
    • Diesel generator controls with oil pressure, coolant tempera-ture, hour and V-meter integrated with AC main panel.
    • Generator hours – approx. 8,200 as of Autumn 2022
    • Date of last generator service - 2022

    Shore power:
    • 220vAC shore power system with plug accessed through hinged lid at transom
    • 220vAC sockets throughout yacht
    • The shore power is provided with polarity alarm, main switch and land connecting cable.

    • 220vAC 50 Hz single-phase three-wire grounded AC system.
    • The bus is of split bus type.

    Other Electrical:
    • Conversion of 24 V DC to 220 V AC 50 Hz for single-phase AC consumers.
    • 2x 12/24 V outlets on deck, one installed in cockpit and one on mast.

    • A lightning conductor rod on the masthead is connected with cable to the keel.
    • Wires are dimensioned to minimize voltage drop.
    • Electrical diagrams included of the yacht, for both DC and AC systems and showing the location of junction boxes.
    • Cables are labelled with identification numbers at both ends.
    • At watertight bulkhead wires are run up to deck head height when penetrating the bulkhead or are sealed in place to produce water tightness.
    • The DC main switch board is protected by a Perspex door.
    • Breakers are of single pole trip-free circuit type.
    • The service and instrument battery capacity meters are of digital type, including Volt- and Ampere-meters.
    • Breakers for lights, pumps and instruments will be found on the DC main switch board.
    • The board has also a bilge water warning light with an audible alarm.
    • The level sensors are installed in forepeak, main bilge, engine room and lazarette.
    • In separate lockers near main switchboard will be found:
    • Main switches and fuses, Earth fault test panel, Service and instrument battery parallel switch, Panel material is clear anodized aluminium.

    • The AC main panel is integrated with th DC panel and protected by a Perspex door.
    • Breakers are of single pole trip- free circuit type.
    • Digital meter for volt, ampere and frequency.
    • Panel material is clear anodized aluminium.


    Fresh Water:
    • A pressurized hot and cold water system is installed.
    • Water pressure system equipped with two 24 V pumps for redundancy.
    • One 20 l pressure accumulator tank is connected to the system.

    • The yacht is equipped with stainless steel water heater Isotherm Isotemp 75 l (19.8 USg).
    • Hot water can be heated either with engine cooling water or with a heating element working on AC.
    • Hot water pipes are insulated with thermal insulation.
    • Inlet has a check valve to prevent hot water back flow.
    • Outlet has a relief valve for overpressure water in the system.

    • Fresh water pipes are of polypropylene, nylon and copper tubing.
    • One filler line from deck terminating at valve chest under saloon floor.
    • The valve chest has valves for water tank and for water pressure pumps.
    • Hot and cold water will be distributed to all heads, to the galley and to deck shower.
    • Only cold water is available in anchor locker.
    • Water tank level gauge with selector switch at main panel.
    • Tank vent pipes terminate at galley sink.

    Saltwater Systems:

    • The watermaker is Spectra Newport 700, 109 l / h (28.8 USg).
    • The water maker is installed in the engine room, provided with dual prefilters, primary with 25 micron cartridge, secondary with 5 micron cartridge and fresh water flush.
    • Feed water pumps are self-priming and the high pressure pump is designed to operate with sea water.
    • Entire system is 24V fed with no requirement for Engine or Generator to work.

    Bilge Pumps:
    • There are five bilge pumps.
    • Two electrical submersible pumps with automatic switch 150 l / min (40 USg) located in lazarette and main bilge.
    • One electrical pump with automatic switch 120 l / min (31 USg) located in forepeak.
    • These bilge pumps have automatic and manual modes.
    • Two hand pumps 100 l / min (26 USg) are installed as back up pumps.
    • One serving main bilge/forepeak and chain locker, located in forward cabin.
    • One serving main bilge/lazarette, located in cockpit area.
    • Special attention is paid to ensure that bilge pump suction pipes are mounted in easily accessible positions to allow debris to be cleared.
    • A separate bilge drain system with Whale Gulper pumps for keeping bilge dry in the lazarette.
    • Audible and visual alarms at cockpit and main switchboard.

    Black & Grey Water:
    • All toilets are connected to a black water tank.
    • No possibility to flush toilets directly over board (crew toilet can be manually switched over to dedicated sea cock).
    • Grey water from basins, shower trays, air handlers and refrigerator units is collected in a stainless steel grey water tank.
    • One welded stainless steel grey water tank is provided, total capacity 210 l (55.5 USg).

    • The tank is fitted with baffles, vent line and level indicator, indicating at 3⁄4 and full.
    • Grey water tank is emptied by 24 V electrical pump to sea cock via siphon.

    • All the through-hull connections below waterline are sea cocks of bronze and located in an accessible position.
    • The inboard side of the sea cocks are fitted with a stud long enough to take two hose clamps.

    Other Plumbing:
    • An electrical deck/anchor wash pump 24 V DC with connections on fore and aft deck.

    • Components and valves are labelled with their function.
    • Sea water hoses are CE approved type, fresh water piping of polypropylene, nylon and copper tubing.
    • Indication lights on the main switchboard shows alarms of the following:
    • Bilge levels high, Grey water tank level high, Grey water tank level full, Black water tank level high, Black water tank level full, Water pressure pumps run dry, Water in fuel separators, Generator overload, A red indicator light is lit in the cockpit if any of the bilge pumps are running.

    Gas System:
    • There is space for two up to 6 kg aluminium gas bottles including securing arrangements and pressure regulator, in
a drained locker, accessible via anchor locker.
    • A manual leak detector and a remote magnetic shut off valve are placed inside the gas bottle locker.
    • There is also a manual gas shut off valve in the galley.
    • Adaptor and dual-bottle kit installed to allow for multi region operations.


    • The fuel capacity is 1,300L in 1x 500L and 2x 400L tanks
    • Three stainless steel tanks, fuel valve chest with return valve for each tank.
    • A dual Separ SWK 2000/5UK fuel filter/water separator with water alarm on feed line to engine and a single SWK 2000/5K for diesel generator.
    • Fuel tank level gauge with selector switch at main panel.
    • Tanks are vented to deck edge. Filler line on port side.
    • Tanks are equipped with hatches of adequate size to permit inspection and cleaning

    Fresh Water:
    • One stainless steel tank fresh water tank with a total capacity of 500L.
    • Tank is provided with baffles, hatches, level indicators and vent pipes.
    • All tanks are pressure tested to 0.3 bar.
    • Tank level are shown on electrical main switchboard.

    Holding Tanks
    • One welded stainless steel black water tank is provided, total capacity 210 l, with indication lights at the main panel for 3⁄4 and full tank.
    • Black water pump-out pump can be operated in manual mode.
    • Black water tanks are equipped with 3⁄4 and full tank alarms on the main switchboard.

    • The tank is fitted with baffles and vent line.
    • The tank is emptied by 24V electrical pump (new 2020) to sea.

    • One welded stainless steel grey water tank is provided, total capacity 210 l.
    • Grey water pump-out pump can be operated in manual or automatic mode.
    • Grey water tank is equipped with 3⁄4 and full tank alarms on the main switchboard.

    • The tank is fitted with baffles, vent line and level indicator, indicating at 3⁄4 and full.
    • Grey water tank is emptied by 24 V electrical pump to sea cock via siphon.


    Navigation equipment
    • B&G Zeus 3 9” plotter at stbd helm station.
    • Mac mini independent navigation system at navigation station.

    • The navigation system is connected to a set of 2 Dell 17” LCD screen at the navigation station.
    • All navigation and sensor data also exported over wifi to additional systems and handheld nav/racing tools.
    • The radar is a B&G 4G radome type antenna on mast, integrated with the B&G Zeus Plotter system.

    • Comprehensive Brookes & Gatehouse H3000 package with central processor unit, masthead unit, speed/temperature sensor and depth sensor.
    • A B&G H3000 autopilot system with one control unit at starboard steering.
    • Autopilot is driving the steering quadrant via one Rexroth low friction cylinder with individual 24V Marsili/ Bosch Rexroth constant running power pack - Serviced with new rod and relays installed 2020.
    • B&G H3000 Main processor, B&G Meter expansion processor, B&G Halcyon processor installed at the navigation station.
    • One B&G Graphical Function Display (monochrome GFD) located at the navigation station, one GFD on port helm, one in the crew cabin and one in the Owner’s cabin.
    • Three 30/30 repeaters mounted on mast bracket.
    • The repeaters are operated from control buttons at port steering console.
    • The GFDs can also display hydraulic pressures for backstay, boom vang, outhaul, jib halyard and inner forestay.

    • A Brookes & Gatehouse Halcyon Gyro stabilized compass
to be used as the main compass heading source for the navigation instruments, autopilot and other instruments requiring accurate heading information.
    • Additional Precision 9 Gyro is installed that feeds the plotter and used for redundancy and for NMEA2000 system incl plotter.
    • Standard B&G depth and speed sensors, housing in plastic. Wind sensor at mast head, type vertical masthead unit L=1450 mm (replaced 2021).
    • B&G Heel angle, trim, temperature and barometric pressure sensors are also provided.
    • Additional engine sensor provides engine readout to the plotter.
    • Two Suunto magnetic steering compasses at helm adjustable for global balancing.
    • Wempe clock mounted at chart table.
    • Wempe barometer mounted at chart table. Barometric pressure can be displayed in B&G system.

    Communications Equipment:
    • The main ICOM VHF has two handsets, one at navigation station and a removable Command MIC at stbd helm station.
    • The boat also has 2 handheld ICOM VHF radios.
    • AIS device is separate but integrated into both navigation and VHF radio.
    • Inmarsat FB250 satellite system capable of both voice and data.
    • Handheld Iridium satellite phone with onboard dock and external antenna currently used for both voice and data downloads.
    • Integrated onboard WiFi with load balancer
for both onboard Cell (3G/4G) and WiFi booster, both with external antennas.

    • There is one VHF antenna in the mast top and a separate one dedicated to AIS on the first spreader.
    • There are also external antennas for satellite phone and WiFi booster.


    • Four burner Force 10 gas stove with oven, gimballed and provided with fiddles.
    • Extractor hood.
    • DC-driven refrigeration units for fridges and freezers.
    • Three custom made Frigonautica 24 V DC water cooled compressors units for fridges and for the freezer.
    • Quooker PRO3-VAQ, instant boiling water at galley sink.
    • Coal filtered water with faucet at galley sink.
    • Single lever mixing faucets Hansgrohe for galley sink.

    • Three electrical toilets using fresh water for flushing and discharging to a black water tank.
    • Black water tank to be emptied by electrical pump or deck suction line.
    • Toilets are of Tecma Silence model, 24 V.

    • Fresh water, consumption per flush about 2.5 l (0.6 USg).
    • The function cycle is completely automatic.
    • The high performance turbine pump enables a complete fragmentation of the organic residues.
    • Full black water tank disables flushing of toilets.
    • One manual toilet in crew cabin

    • Single lever mixing faucets Hansgrohe for wash basins, and showers.

    • Washer/dryer Miele WT2679 located in the galley.

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • A central cooled / heated waterborne system 230 V AC 50 Hz is fitted for the entire accommodation.
    • Condensation water from the air handlers (cabin units) is collected to the grey water tanks.
    • The total cooling / heating capacity is divided in proportion to cabin volume and position.
    • A central chilled waterborne system is fitted for the whole accommodation, main unit Webasto Blue Cool Premium TwG 50000 BTU / h, with reversed cycle function for heating. Individual temperature controls in each cabin.
    • AC system
was serviced in 2020 including new circulation and seawater pumps.
    • An external diesel heater Webasto Thermo 90 ST chiller, 9.1 kW, is plumbed in the waterborne system.
    • The yacht is equipped with forced ventilation, supplying
fresh air into cabins and exhaust air out through toilets and showers.
    • Fresh air intake through a filter.
    • There is a silencer after the fan to reduce noise from the system.
    • Exhaust air flow can temporary be increased from all toilets. Galley extractor with separate duct work.

    Internal Lighting:
    • Every cabin is equipped with switches for lighting in cabins
and toilets. 24/12 V 20 A converters used as voltage stabilizer for all halogen lights.
    • All cabin lights now LED.

    • Cantalupi Desert overhead spot lights equipped with 10 W light bulbs. Dimmer control for overhead lights in saloon.
    • One reading light above each fixed berth.

    • An automatic light is installed in all hanging lockers.

    • Saloon: SONOS surround system (2017).
    • Connected to the Apple TV and TV.
    • Cockpit: Four Polyplanar MA-8506 speakers are installed in cockpit.
    • Music is fed to the speakers as an individual zone via SONOS amplifier.

    • Saloon: Apple TV and TV.
    • New Sony LED TV (2021) is on a lift system and capable of all common streaming services.


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Sleep 8 in 4 separate sleeping cabins.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Most furniture is made with Burmese teak with hand rubbed urethane satin finish.
    • Visible topsides are white painted paneling.
    • The overhead is lined with removable paneling covered with white vinyl.
    • Floor boards are light weight foam cored with oak veneer over.
    • For safety and additional comfort, cabinets, tables, bureaus, seats, dressers etc. have rounded corners.

    Accommodation Layout From Forward:

    Forepeak Locker:
    • Sails and equipment storage in the fore peak locker, with access from deck.

    Crew Cabin:
    • Located in the bow.
    • Single berth, port side, with a pullman bed and three lockers above and four below.
    • The bed and pullman are equipped with canvas lee-clothes.
    • Hanging locker and a desk with a small chair, 3 drawers and lockers above, starboard side.
    • Hull shape is exposed port and starboard and is covered with white painted panels.
    • Reading lights with separate light switches are installed at the head of each berth.

    Crew Cabin Head:
    • Ensuite head compartment forward with telephone type shower.
    • Manual head.

    Port Guest Cabin:
    • Located aft of the crew cabin.
    • Port guest cabin has a double berth with upper lockers outboard and a hanging locker forward of the berth as well as 4 drawers below.
    • Additional full height storage locker facing midship.
    • Both beds are equipped with canvas lee-clothes.

    Port Guest Head:
    • Head with a separate shower stall forward of the cabin.
    • Electric head.
    • Reading lights with separate light switches are installed at the head of each berth.

    Starboard Guest Cabin:
    • Located opposite the Port guest cabin.
    • Has a single berth with a pullman berth above.
    • The bed and pullman are equipped with canvas lee-clothes.
    • Upper lockers outboard, behind the pullman berth as well as 4 drawers below the berth.
    • Hanging locker aft of berth and full height storage locker facing midship.
    • Reading lights with separate light switches are installed at the head of each berth.

    Starboard Guest Head:
    • Head/shower of full height GRP module aft including telephone type shower, doubling as day head with separate door to saloon.
    • Electric head.

    • Located aft of the guest cabins.
    • L-settee sofa with dining table and two chairs, port side.
    • L-settee sofa with coffee table, starboard side.
    • Lockers above hull windows.
    • Padded chairs with wooden structure can be secured with quick pins under the table while sailing.
    • Stowage under both side sofas.


    • Located on port side of the yacht with access from the saloon.
    • Two integral sinks are located inboard.
    • Lockers in wood.
    • Work top, fiddles, backsplash and sliding doors in cameo white Corian.
    • Kitchen faucet of Hansgrohe model.
    • Crockery locker is installed in overhead aft.
    • Chest of drawers for utensils outboard, forward of stove.
    • Working lights under upper lockers.
    • Two front loading refrigerators aft 120 l (4.2 cu.ft) and 216 l (7.6 cu.ft).
    • One top loaded freezer forward 150 l (5.3 cu.ft).
    • Four burner Force 10 gas stove with oven, gimballed and provided with fiddles.
    • Flame failure protection on burners.
    • Manual gas shutoff and leak detector near gas bottle.
    • Control switch for gas solenoid and indicator light in galley.
    • Extractor hood.
    • Quooker PRO3-VAQ, instant boiling water at galley sink.
    • Coal filtered water with faucet at galley sink.

    Navigation Station:
    • Located aft in the saloon on the starboard side.
    • Chart table facing outboard and aft, provided with lockers and space for instruments.
    • Oilskin locker aft of chart table.
    • A shallow chart storage space is located under the table top.
    • Panels for instruments are located outboard and aft.
    • Panels are divided and can be removed for service or installations.
    • Padded sofa chair with a wooden structure with additional storage below.

    Master Cabin:
    • The owner’s cabin is the only cabin located aft of the main companion way,
    giving it additional privacy.
    • The cabin has an offset double berth, with storage above, to port with a hanging locker forward on port side. A settee to starboard, that can be a single sea berth, with lockers above.
    • Mattress is of a spring type, 15 cm (5’) thick and Scandiflex battens.
    • The bed and settee are equipped with canvas lee-clothes.
    • Two drawers are placed under the berth.
    • Hanging locker is equipped with a rod, two hooks and an automatic light.
    • Two reading lights with separate light switches are installed at the head of the berth and one at the sofa.
    • Another hanging locker is located under the aft companionway next to a small desk table with 2 drawers below.

    Master Cabin Head:
    • The head is located on the starboard side and has a separate shower stall. Electric head.


    • Spars are built for easy handling, using standard modulus carbon fiber and clear coated.
    • Three spreader rig with discontinuous shrouds and swept back spreaders, built by Offshore Spars
    • The mast is of oval section with a molded topmast taper.
    • The mast is stepped through the deck onto a composite mast step.
    • There are tie rods from the mast collar to the step.
    • Carbon fiber masthead with sheaves for: Two jib halyards, Two gennaker halyards, One staysail halyard provisioned for 2: and One mainsail halyard provisioned for 2:1, One aft topping lift.
    • Antal #601.121 mainsail track with gate at lower end for antal #70 batten car system.
    • Antal #40 trysail track. Neoprene mast boot with Dacron cover over deck partners.
    • Two pairs of folding footsteps.
    • The boom is a Park Avenue type constructed from standard modulus carbon fiber.
    • The boom has hydraulic outhaul and arrangements for single line reefing system for 2 mainsail reefs.
    • Lazy jacks, four legs each side.
    • The boom has three lights, two above cockpit table and one at the aft end.
    • EC6 carbon rigging. New 2017.
    • Reckmann UD-3 hydraulic headsail furler.
    • Hydraulics for Jib furler, Outhaul, Jib halyard tensioner, Boom vang, Inner forestay tensioner, Backstay tensioner, Transom hatch cylinders.

    • All Navtec cylinders are black anodized.

    • Color coded Dyneema, Tasmania with Tylaska snap shackles or D shackles.
    • Dyneema halyards
    • Two Harken C7389 screw in cups, one for anchor arm and one for tack line block.

    • One Harken H3012, 100 mm screw in block for gennaker tack line, Harken C7388 screw in top.
    • Inner forestay chain plate and hydraulic tensioner between sail locker hatch and 360 x 250 mm hatch above crew head.
    • Two Harken 3155, 2.1 m, tracks for jib sheet. Two Harken H3173 forward end-stops.
    • Spinlock jammers
    • Hydraulic mast jack with spacer and removable manual pump. 4 Two Harken H3012, 100 mm screw in standup blocks for staysail sheets.
    • Five aluminium winch handles.

    • Two Bosun’s chairs. Flag pole 175 cm.
    • 2x Karver furlers with associated furling lines and halyard swivel heads for Code0 and Staysail.
    • Can be used for A3 with included top-down swivel and furling cable.

    • Removable pad eyes with lashed low-friction rings for optional 2:1 tackline setup.

    • IG = 27.50 m 90.22 ft
    • J = 7.45 m 24.44 ft

    • P = 25.25 m 82.84 ft
    • E = 7.60 m 24.93 ft

    • All winches are Harken 24 V self-tailing electric powered.
    • Two Harken B990.3 STEL three speed electric main sheet winches with carbon top cleat.

    • Two Harken B990.3 STEL three speed electric jib sheet winches with carbon top cleat.
    • Two Harken B65.3 STREH three speed electric utility winches on coach roof with carbon top cleat.

    • North Sails 3Di mainsail 115 sq/m (2017)

    • North Sails 3Di furling jib 110 sq/m (2017)

    • North Sails Asymmetric A3 spinnaker (top down furler as well as a sock) 323 sq/m (2017)

    • Evolution Sails Code0 192 sq/m (2020)

    • Evolution Sails Staysail 50 sq/m (2020)

    • North Sails Asymmetric A2 spinnaker with a sock (2015)

    • North Sails Asymmetric A1.5 spinnaker (2015)

    • North Sails Storm trysail
North Storm staysail

    General Deck Equipment:
    • Hydraulically operated transom door/bathing platform with teak surface and pneumatic seal.
    • The transom door/bathing platform can be operated with a wireless remote control.
    • The lazarette is separated with a watertight bulkhead from the interior. It easily holds the current 10ft foldable rib along with sails and water gear.
    • Air-compressor Thomas 327CDC 24 V DC 240 W for transom hatch. Air compressor serviced 2021
    • Carbon fibre foldable boarding platform attached at transom for Med mooring.
    • One bathing ladder used at the bathing platform, stored in the lazarette.
    • One side boarding ladder with fittings on both sides amidships, also for entering the sail locker. The ladder is stored in the sail locker.
    • One ladder for the cockpit to the bathing platform, stored in the lazarette.
    • Pulpit and pushpit are 610 mm high and made of an O 32 mm stainless steel tube. The pulpit is of open type. The pushpit has an opening for easy access to bathing/boarding platform.
    • Stainless steel socket for flagpole on inner vertical pushpit bar.
    • The stanchions are 610 mm high and the spacing is conforming to ISAF/ORC requirements.
    • Lifelines are stainless steel wire with polished turnbuckles and eyes.
    • There are gates in lifelines on each side amidships.
    • Nautor custom made flush mounted tinted acrylic hatches with gutters and frames. All hatches are supported by gas cylinders - All hatches have been services and two replaced.
    • One removable high gloss varnished teak cockpit table with folding leaves and telescoping legs for adjustable height in forward cockpit.

    Exterior Lighting:
    • Four LED spreader lights facing down on 1st spreader controlled from cockpit

    • LED deck flood light forward on mast facing down controlled from cockpit
    • Two boom lights facing down, controlled from the cockpit panel.
    • One light facing at aft deck controlled with a switch from the cockpit panel.

    • Fluorescent lights in engine room, Fluorescent lights in lazarette, Fluorescent light in bow locker, Compass light with dimmer controlled from cockpit panel, Night lights in galley, at navigation station and at floor level in saloon.

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • An electric windlass, Lewmar Ocean 3000, with remote control, gypsy only, mounted under deck.
    • Manual gas piston supported stainless steel folding anchor arm.

    • One CQR 75 lb galvanized anchor on folding arm.
    • One Danforth 60H (27 kg) galvanized anchor stowed below deck.
    • 80 m 12 mm (1/2’’) hightensile anchor chain.
    • 50 m 24 mm plaited nylon anchor line.
    • Four 400 mm Olcese Ricci stainless steel pop-up mooring cleats; two on fore deck, two aft.
    • Two 300 mm Olcese Ricci stainless steel pop-up mooring cleats; two amidships each side.
    • Four mooring lines 15 m each, diameter 20 mm.
    • Two mooring lines 25 m each, diameter20 mm.
    • Eight white medium size air fenders with lines and covers.
    • One boat hook stowed below.

    • Electric 24V, 2000W, retractable Sanguineti Chiavari 3710400, capstan drum mooring winch installed on the fore deck for Med mooring - Serviced and drum replaced 2020.

    Covers & Canvas:
    • One large sprayhood recessed with a canvas cover over. The main window is openable, including two leather covered handrails.
    • The structure is a stainless steel tube with a light canvas top.
    • One spray hood over aft companionway with handrails and elk-hide covers.
    • Cockpit cushions with backrests for forward cockpit.
    • Cushions for the cockpit table when folded down.
    • Extra foldable cockpit cushions for sunbathing.
    • Sun awning attached to Park Ave boom.
    • Bimini over aft cockpit.
    • Canvas covers for winches, wheels, pedestals and cockpit table.
    • Two bags for halyard tails.

    Tender & Outboard:
    • F-Rib 3.6m long (new 2020). Easily folds and fits inside lazarette. Also has an optional lifting harness.
    • 15hp Yamaha engine with mounting brackets both inside the sail locker and pushpit when not in use.


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Navigation Lights:
    • Stern, port and starboard side light LED Lopolight. Navigation light switches are on cockpit panel

    • LED Steaming light on mast, Navigation light switch oncockpit panel.
    • Anchor light in mast top LED Lopolight.
    • Windex light at top of mast, controlled from cockpit panel.

    Life saving:
    • Three removable jackstays.
    • Life jackets with tethers.
    • 2x 6-man life rafts.
    • 4 personal PLBs coded to the boat.
    • Life sling and jonbuoy attached to pushpit.
    • Throwline.
    • Foghorn on mast, Aqua Signal manual and automatic control with switches on starboard pedestal.

    Fire control:
    • Total flooding Clean Agent fire extinguishing system for engine room space with manual remote control.
    • Serviced and changed 2020 to comply with latest environmental regulation.
    • Sea fire total flooding system for engine and generator space with remote control outside engine room.

    • Upgraded 2020 to comply with latest European environmental standards.
    • Four portable extinguishers serviced and inspected 2020.
    • Fire blanket in galley.

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Palma de Mallorca, Spain

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Matias Renlund
    Tel: +358 406 861 501
    Email: matias@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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