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Beneteau
Presented by:
2005
76' NAUTOR'S SWAN
"ANA NEFELI"
Location:
Spain
Price:
3,450,000.00 EUR
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Northrop and Johnson
(954) 522-3344



Hull

The hull is of single skin construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate

with vinylester skincoat. A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional giving a stiff laminate.

Stiffener flanges are reinforced with uni-directional carbon fibre lay-ups. Stringers and web frames

are pre-made hollow sections that allow them to be used for ventilation purposes or as cable

conduits. Engine beds are integrated into the stiffeners.

The bulkheads are laminated to the hull and deck with foam strips in between. Carbon fibre chain

plates are bonded to the hull. A recessed stainless steel chain plate for the headstay is bonded to the hull structure. Gelcoats are a weather-resistant NGA. Topside colour is grey

The boot top and cove stripe are dark red. An uncoloured gelcoat is painted below the waterline. The bottom is treated with an epoxy primer for improved blistering resistance, and an antifouling paint is also applied. The antifouling colour and type is chosen from the yard's standard range. Flotation reference marks are placed on the bow and stern.

The keel is a lead casting with antimony and carefully finished to accurate shape. Cast-in keel bolts

are of high-tensile stainless steel. The rudder is a foam filled carbon fibre/epoxy skin with a tubular

carbon fibre stock, supported by two self-aligning roller bearings. A weed deflector is placed in front of the rudder.

Steering System

Dual steering gear. Sheaves are provided with guards to prevent jamming. Lightweight aluminium

steering quadrant is bolted to the rudder stock. Two 47" (1.20 m) destroyer type composite wheels,

2.63 turns H.O. to H.O. Pedestals come with roller bearings and a friction brake. The rudder is

supported by two self-aligning bearings supplied by JP3. The lower bearing has double seals to

prevent leakage. There is a lightweight aluminium steering quadrant bolted to the rudder stock. Composite pedestals with space for a compass, navigation and control systems. Two 1200 mm destroyer type wheels, both with carbon spokes and a non varnished teak rim.

Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette.

 

Additional Hull Features

The transom door doubles as a bathing/boarding platform with 9 mm teak recessed on the topside.

The door is hydraulically operated by two custom built stainless steel rams. A custom built stainless boarding ladder is provided allowing boarding the vessel from the side. Hatch in transom for shore power cable

The transom hatch has a bathing ladder with flush stainless steel fittings, this same ladder is also

used as a boarding ladder.

Another ladder is fitted with teak treads and leads from the main deck to the platform.

The lazarette is separated with a water tight bulkhead from the Interior

Telescopic Hydraulic Gangway in Carbon Fiber

 


Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
Dimensions/Weights
- Length: 76' 0"
- Max Height: 0
- LOA: 76.4436' 0"
- LWL: 63.9764' 0"
- BEAM: 18.9961' 0"
- DRAFT: 0' 0"
 
Engines
- Engine(s): 6BT5.9-M
 
Tankage/Capacity
- Fuel: 515.135 Gal
- Water: 343.424 Gal
- Holding: 0 Gal
 
Construction
- Hull Construction: GRP
 
Manufacturer/Model/Designer
- Manufacturer: NAUTOR'S SWAN
- Model: SWAN 75 RS
 
 
Additional



Deck and Equipment

Deck is a sandwich construction, using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate, with a low-density closed cell foam core, and glued to the hull. There is a high density core or solid laminate under the deck fittings.

Deck laminates are finished in gelcoat White NGA 9650

 

Laid teak 9 x 55 mm nominal thickness on side and bridge deck, raised saloon top, cockpit soles and seats. Low toe rail inside composite bulwark. Removable teak footrests for helmsman, 2 pcs.

 

Deck Equipment:

Stainless steel hydraulic anchor arm.

Pulpit and pushpit are 740 mm high and made of a Ø 32 mm stainless steel tube.

Pushpit has gates for easy access to bathing platform.

One pair of pop-up aluminium mooring cleats, Versari and Delmonte the bow, amidships and stern.

One pair of pop-up aluminium fairleads at the bow, amidships and stern.

One socket for flagpole on pushpit port side.

One electric, 24 V, 2000 W, retractable Sanguineti capstan installed on the fore deck.

 

Winches:

All winches are electrical and supplied by Lewmar.

 

-Two electric primary sheet winches Lewmar 88.3 Stainless Steel

-Two electric secondary winches 88.3 Stainless Steel

- One electric mainsheet winch

-Two electric halyard winches 77 Stainless drum Aluminum base

 

Lewmar 3000 electric anchor windlass under deck, with hand held remote control.

 

Hatches and Windows:

Nautor custom made flush mounted tinted acrylic hatches with gutters and frames. All hatches are

supported by gas cylinders. Sizes are for clear openings .Five openable coaming portholes. Parasol grey deck house windows made by Form glass. The windows are chemically toughened, laminated and glued to the superstructure. One window on each side and one forward.

The deckhouse windows are fitted with electrically operated pleated blinds. Main companionway lockable sliding hatch of tinted acrylic.

 





Cockpit

Cockpit:

The cockpit is well protected with high coamings.

Two sofas and tables forward, two steering pedestals with helmsman’s seats aft.

Two u-shaped sofas with back rests.

Two varnished teak cockpit tables with folding leaves, one for each sofa. The table is fixed on telescopic supports and can be manually lowered.

 

Canvas work:

Large spray hood recessed with a canvas cover over entrance. Stainless steel tube structure with

light canvas top. Cockpit cushions with backrests for forward cockpit with Sunbrella fabrics for the

cushions.

Canvas covers for the steering wheels and the pedestals.

Padded canvas covers for the cockpit tables. Folding Bimini over cockpit seating

 

 





Engine /Mechanical E

Main engine:

Cummins 6BT5.9-M marine diesel engine, output 134 kW / 180 Hp at 2500 rpm, with direct mounted reduction gear. The engine and reduction gear are supported on flexible mounts.

Marine gearbox ZF 63 A 8° down angle, hydraulic reverse/reduction gear 2.68:1.

Propeller shaft, with a diameter of 50.8 mm, made of high-tensile corrosion resistant steel with a flexible shaft coupling.

Drip-free shaft seal.

The shaft is supported by water lubricated rubber bearing at P-bracket and stern tube.

3-bladed folding propeller Brunton Varifold. Ø 762 x 559 mm (ø 30_ x 22_)

Oil change/drain pump 24 V, Reverso OP 703, connected to the main engine, diesel generator and drip tray under the engine.

Total flooding Clean Agent (FM200) fire extinguishing system for engine room space with manual remote control.

 

Two vented fuel tanks holding capacity of 1900 litres (502 USg) made of stainless steel.

 

The diesel generator is a One Westerbeke 17 kVA 230 V / 50 Hz AC diesel generator.

 

Hydraulics

Bow thruster MaxPower 300/15. The thruster is powered by a hydraulic PTO on the diesel generator.

Two function 1.3 kW Reckmann Power Pack

 

Pneumatics

One low pressure (6 bar) piston compressor with quick acting couplings in lazarette for the transom

door air seal.

 

Refrigeration

Two 230 V AC-driven Iceberg 0.5 Hp refrigeration units, with hold-over plates for refrigerator and

freezer. There is a possibility to run one of the compressors off the inverter.

Thermostatically controlled, enabling the freezer to be used as a refrigerator.

 





Electrical System

The yacht has a 24 VDC system with insulated return.

A lighting protector on the masthead is connected with cable to keel. Wires are dimensioned to minimize voltage drop.

Power supply of 230 V 50 Hz single-phase three-wire grounded AC system. The 230 V system can

be fed by the diesel generator or shore power inlet. There are also a number of 230 V 50 Hz

appliances fed through DC/AC inverters.

The shore power is provided with a polarity alarm, main switch and a 15 m shore power cable.

 

Two Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 75 A chargers with 3-step charge characteristics, for service battery.

One Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 50 A charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for instrument battery.

One 24 V 140 A Bosch alternator on the main engine for service battery bank.

One Mastervolt 24/2500 VA with a transfer switch

Outlets with earth fault protection. There is one double outlet in each cabin, saloon and navigation

area and two double outlets in the galley. One outlet in the lazarette, engine room and one in each

toilet.

 

DC-system:

Maintenance-free traction gel cell type for the general service and instruments. AGM type for starting.

Battery sets are located in ventilated GRP boxes. 2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting, blowers, pumps etc. Wires are sized to minimize voltage drop.

 

Batteries

The service battery bank is 24 V 840 Ah / 5h (equals 24 V 1000 Ah / 20h) and consists of 24 single

cells of 2 V each. The model is Enersys 7 PzV 420 maintenance-free gel type.

The bank is for the lights, blowers, pumps etc. The battery bank is located in the forward amidships cabin.

Paralleling switch for the service and instrument batteries.

One 12 V outlet installed at navigation station and one in crew cabin. Two 12/24 V outlets on deck,

one installed in cockpit and one on mast.

 





Plumbing Systems

Fresh water system:

A pressurized hot and cold fresh water system is installed.

The two vented stainless steel water tanks have a capacity of 1200 l (317 US gallons)

Stainless steel water heater (80 l). Hot water can be heated either with the engine cooling water or

with heating elements working on 220V AC.

220V AC-driven water maker, Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 900-2. 3400 litres (900 USg) / 24 h.

DeckWash pump with pressure switch connected to two deck outlets and galley faucet.

Wash basins and showers drain to the sump tanks. The capacity is about 70 l (18 US gallons) each.

Galley sinks drained through sea cock. Sump tanks are emptied by an electrical or manual Whale

pump. Outlet is above the waterline.

All toilets are connected to a black water tank. Two stainless steel black water tanks 100l (26USg)

each. One for aft toilets and one for forward toilets, with indication at 3/4 full and full.

The tanks can be emptied by 24 V electrical pumps to the sea cocks. Each tank is also provided with a deck suction line, manual pump as a backup for each tank.

Toilets are Tecma Silence, 24 V. Flushing by fresh pressure water.

Two manual Whale Titan 100 l / min (26 US gallons), one in the cockpit and one below deck. Outlets are situated above the waterline. One electric bilge pump MAXI SUB 150 l/ min with automatic control. One electric bilge pump is in the lazarette.

 

Stainless steel four-burner Force 10 American Standard gas stove with oven, gimbaled and provided with fiddles. Flame failure protection on the burners. A manual gas shut-off cock adjacent to the stove. Remote controlled shut-off and leak detector near the gas bottle with a control switch and warning light in the galley.

Gas installation according to ISO10239, Two 6 kg aluminium LPG tanks

 





Electronics and Navi

Two Suunto 5_ magnetic steering compasses at helm adjustable for global balancing.

A Brookes & Gatehouse Halcyon Gyro stabilized compass is used as the main heading source

for the navigation instruments, autopilot and other instruments requiring accurate heading information.

Barometric pressure is displayed in the B&G H3000 system. Barometer, Wempe CW 000002 07

 

Sailing instruments:

Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 3000 package consisting of central processor unit, masthead unit,

speed/temperature sensor, depth sensor and barometric sensor.

One B&G Graphical Function Display (mono-chrome GFD) located at the nav station

Two Full Function Displays (FFD) and one 20/20 display at each side of cockpit.

Additional FFD display positioned on each side of forward cockpit.

One B&G 360° and one 45° magnified wind direction repeaters in cockpit.

 

Autopilot

B&G H3000 ACP2 autopilot system with one Graphical Pilot Display control unit in aft cockpit.

Powered by individual 24 V Marsili/ Bosch Rexroth power pack.

The autopilot drives the steering quadrant via twin Rexroth low friction cylinders

 

Navigation systems

A Furuno Nav Net radar/chart plotting system consisting of one 10.4 inch Furuno 1834C/C-MAP

radar/plotter display at the navigation station. Additional 7_ radar/plotter displays are located on each helm.

Furuno GP-320 DGPS to be used as the main navigator for:

Furuno 4 kW Radar System integrated with the Furuno Nav Net plotter system.

Raymarine Radar Plotter

Echopliot FLS Gold forward looking sonar

Max Sea Hart Plotting computer

Communication Systems

F33 Satellite Phone (Voice, Fax, Data)

Furuno Navtex receiver

SSB Sailor 4000

Inmarsat C

Simrad RS-87 DSC VHF has two handsets, one at the navigation station and one at the helm

Intercom between two VHF Radios

 





Sails and Rigging

MAST AND SPARS

 

Spars are built by Offshore Spars using standard modulus carbon fibre and painted white. Four

spreader high fractional rig with discontinuous shrouds and 25 deg. swept spreaders.

 

IG 28.70 m 94.16 ft.

Fore triangle 121.7 m² 1310 sq.ft.

J 8.43 m 27.82 ft.

Main sail 147.8 m² 1591 sq.ft.

P 27.03 m 88.68 ft.

106% jib 129.0 m² 1388 sq.ft.

E 9.21 m 30.22 ft

Assym.spinnaker 447.0 m² 4811 sq.ft.

ISP 29.29 m 96.08 ft.

 

The mast is stepped through the deck onto a composite mast step with an adjustable shoe. There are tie rods from the mast collar to the step.

Lower spreaders have flag halyard fairleads port and starboard.

Halogen spreader lights port and starboard, two each side.

Additional Antal Trysail track.

Navtec rod rigging with runners and inner forestay in aramid

White Painted Offshore Spars “Park Avenue” type boom with hydraulic outhaul and two reefs.

The boom is constructed using standard modulus carbon fiber and autoclave cured.

The outboard end has sheaves for two reefs and outhaul.

Halogen lights to illuminate cockpit.

Recessed Reckmann hydraulic headsail furler RF90-3 with powerpack with controls in aft cockpit.

Navtec manual hydraulic cylinders for backstay legs, mainsail outhaul, for jib halyard cylinder and

for inner forestay below deck. Boom vang -40 with high-pressure return, and quick release controls

on both sides in cockpit. Hydraulic mast jack with two 25 ton external, removable cylinders.

Extensive running rigging inventory

 

SAILS by North Sails

 

Full Batten Mainsail in Carbon/Spectra 08/2008

 

Furling Genoa in Carbon/Spectra

Gennaker with sock 08/2008

 

Staysail

Storm Jib

Storm Tri-sail

 





Interior

General:

Teak veneer interior with hand rubbed satin varnish finish

Vinyl covered removable overhead panels are installed in all accommodation areas.

The floorboards are of PVC-sandwich construction and the top face is teak with light stripes in Koto

70/4 mm. The floorboards are varnished with six coats of urethane varnish and have the same satin finish as the rest of the interior. Two suction lifters will be provided. Topsides where visible lined with teak battens.

Hardware and outfit components are of a type designed to eliminate rattling or hanging. The cabin

doors are provided with double action locks and with catches to hold them in open position where

possible.

All cabin and bathroom doors can be locked from inside with a knob and from outside with a key.

All locker doors are fitted with high quality furnishing hinges and are kept closed with push button

latches

The hanging locker internal light will automatically switch on when door is opened.

All bathroom mirrors are glass of a special marine quality, edges sealed to prevent moisture intrusion.

All open able deck hatches are fitted with manual roller blinds and mosquito screens. The deckhouse windows are fitted with electrically operated pleated blinds. Hand rails at each side of the main companionway and in all toilets.

 

CABINS

Reading light with a separate light switch installed at the head end of each berth.

All berths with canvas leecloth or lee board.

General cabin lighting is with spotlight down lighting.

All cabin lockers have automatic lighting when the door is opened

 





Vessel Walkthrough

Forward Cabin (Crew cabin)

Upper and lower berth on port side. Hanging locker forward of berths. Sofa with a small table on starboard side, upper lockers outboard and a hanging locker aft of sofa. Crew toilet fwd of the cabin with integrated shower, wash basin lockers and mirrors.

 

 Forward amidships cabin (Guest cabin)

The forward amidships cabin has a queen size double berth outboard and a hanging locker at the forward end of the berth. Upper lockers and a Pullman berth outboard.

Drawers under the berth. Mattress bases are of Deltaflex-type batten nets to provide ventilation of underside. The toilet forward of the cabin has an integrated shower, wash basin lockers and mirrors

 

Aft amidships cabins (Guest cabins)

The aft amidships cabin on port side has two single lower berths and an upper berth.

The cabin on starboard has up and down berths.

Full height hanging locker aft of the outboard berth. Upper lockers above the berths. Bedside table between the berths. Full height hanging locker inboard. Drawers under the berths.

The toilet is aft of the cabin with an integrated shower, wash basin lockers and mirrors.

Furniture and floor are in teak following the same style as the cabin. The washbasin, backsplash and counter top are in Corian, with a teak fiddle. A mirror is placed on the cupboard door and above the washbasin. Shower stall walls and floors are in GRP with a teak grate integrated into the floor. The washbasin, backsplash and counter top are in Corian, with a teak fiddle with a mirror on the cupboard door above the washbasin.

Floors are in GRP with a teak grate integrated into the floor.

 

 

 

Aft cabin (Owner’s Cabin)

 

 

Queen size double berth on Centerline.

 

A hanging locker and a settee on each side outboard.

 

There are upper lockers above the settees.

 

Bedside tables at aft end of bed, drawers under the berths

 

Head with washbasin, lockers, mirrors and separate shower stall.

 

 

Furniture and floor are in teak following the same style as the cabin. The washbasin, backsplash and counter top are in Corian, with a teak fiddle. Mirror on the cupboard door and above the washbasin. Shower stall walls and floors are in GRP with a teak grate integrated into the floor. Shower stall door in tempered 6 mm clear glass.

 

 

Dining for six persons on the port side with a rectangular dining table, two chairs and a U-shaped sofa.

On starboard side there is an L-shaped settee.

 

There are four lockers, one in each corner of the saloon.

Bookshelves are between the lockers and a 26” flatscreen against aft bulkhead on the port side. There are padded chairs with a wooden structure which can be secured with a pin down system under the table while sailing.

Stowage underneath sofas. The saloon dining table is approx 880 mm x 1540 mm with lockers in the table base.

 

Galley

 

The galley is located on the starboard side of the

yacht with access to the saloon and crew quarters.

 

Two sinks and a waste bin are located in the worktop inboard.

Freezer, fridge and cooker are located outboard.

 

The microwave oven is facing forward and an additional fridge in forward part of the galley facing aft.

 

The lockers are finished in teak.

The work top and sliding doors are in Corian, Cameo White.

 

Stainless steel sinks and faucet by ORAS

A chest of drawers and stowage for pots and pans can be found in the lower lockers and stowage for crockery and glasses in the upper lockers.

 

Domestic appliances

Front loading refrigerator 360 l + 195 l

Top loading freezer 215 l

Four burner gas stove with oven

Overhead extractor fan with light

Microwave oven

Washer/Dryer

 

Navigation Station

 

The navigation area is located on the starboard side aft of the saloon and is facing inboard. A chest of drawers is situated underneath the chart table. The main electrical switchboard is aft of the navigation station. The chart table is made of teak. A shallow storage space is located underneath the table top.

Instrument panels are facing inboard. Panels are divided and can be removed easily for service or

installations. A padded wooden chair can be secured while sailing.

 

Engine room

The engine room is located on the centre line under of the saloon built with aluminium profiles. There is access to the engine room equipment through lids in the saloon floor and a door under the companionway. Engine room surfaces are painted in white RAL 9010 where practical.

Sound insulation with damping paste and metal sheets.

Partitions between cabins, toilets, corridors, etc. are built to meet a 20 dB reduction of airborne sound.

All floorboards are laid on vibration damping materials.

The cabins, corridor and saloon are sound insulated from the noise of the engine. This contains

various layers of rock wool with noise barrier sheets in between. The engine room door and the lids

are of similar construction as the surrounding partitions. They close onto rubber faced landings for

maximum noise reduction.

 





Entertainment System

Saloon:

Bose Lifestyle 48 home entertainment system playing DVD/CD and FM radio. The Bose System can store up to 350 CD_s on its hard drive. The unit is connected to 26_ LCD TV from Loewe (Individual Selection) connected to Bose DVD system and Delta antenna for terrestrial TV. Compatible with Ipod

 

Cockpit:

Four Bose 131 speakers are installed in the cockpit. Music is fed to the speakers as an individual

zone from the saloon Bose system. The system is controlled by a Bose Personal Music Center II

radio remote control as well as a volume knob in aft cockpit

 





Ventilation and Clim

VENTILATION & CLIMATE CONTROL

 

Forced ventilation

Both supply and exhaust systems have a central fan and are electrically run at the same time. The

airflow can be adjusted at the main panel. To ensure proper ventilation of each cabin an adjusting

valve is provided on each connection. Air filters are installed before each supply fan. Silencers are installed on the systems to reduce noise and a separate system is provided for the bilge ventilation.

 

 Engine Room Ventilation

 

Air inlet with water trap, two fans are provided for outlet. Outlet fans are controlled by temperature in the engine room.

Power supply to fans is disconnected in case of fire in the engine room. Upon disconnection the fire extinguisher is released.

The service battery box and the bilge have their own combined exhaust fan. The exhaust fan

ventilates the battery box to the outside of the yacht with make up air from the bilge.

 

Air conditioning / Heating

 

 

A central cooled / heated waterborne system 230 V AC 50 Hz is fitted for the entire accommodation.

Condensation water from air handlers (cabin units) is lead to whale waste tanks or similar.

The total cooling / heating capacity is divided in proportion to cabin volume and position.

The main unit is Condaria PWM/FCL/12002 with cooling capacity 48.000 BTU / h (14 kW) in reverse cycle heating capacity 60.000 BTU / h (17.5 kW). Powered by shore power or Generator

 

 





Accessories

General Equipment

 

Owner’s manual is provided in English with directions for use and maintenance, drawings and

diagrams for main systems and handbooks for machinery and components.

One 110 lbs (50 kg) Delta anchor on stem head, one Danforth 60 H (27 kg) anchor stowed below

deck.

80 m 12 mm (1/2") high-tensile anchor chain.

100 m 24 mm plaited nylon anchor line spliced to10 m chain.

Four mooring lines 15 m each, diameter 20 mm

Two mooring lines 25 m each, diameter 20 mm

Eight air fenders with lines

One boat hook stowed below

Winch handles: two 10"single, two 10" power grip.

Teak Flag Pole

Sounding rods for fuel and water tanks

Two suction lifters for floorboards

Inflatable Tender with outboard engine

Bosun’s Chair

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Two portable extinguishers in interior and a fire blanket in galley.

Safety belts for navigator and cook

Two jackstays of webbing

 

TOOLS & SPARE PARTS

Plumbing spare parts

Engine and generator spare parts

Electric spare parts

One shaft zinc anode

Engine and generator tool kits .

 





Remarks

Upgrades during 2008 /09 winter

 

In STP Palma a full mechanical service was  carried out on all pumps, main engine and generator.

Bow thruster, power pack, etc.

All winches were serviced

All black water plumbing was renewed.

The topsides and superstructure polished.

The mast was out of the boat and serviced

Complete new rod rig ordered and placed March/April 2009

All new running rigging to original Nautor’s standard

New carbon spectra mainsail and gennaker 08/’08 – North sails

New lap top was installed with sea maps of the world

The owner wants to sell due to plans for another sailing yacht

 





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