Burnham-on-Crouch Essex UK
The Swan 411 is a rugged and fast cruising yacht, well suited to extended passages and superbly constructed by the highly regarded Nautor yard. With modest tumblehome, a sleek profile yet comfortable accommodation, this design represents many of the best features of classic Sparkman & Stephens designs and is considered one of the most sought after models with only 42 having been produced, Wotan being hull No.40. Apart from the notable highlight of a full B&G navigation installation and new standing and running rigging in 2019, she has been well maintained and upgraded over recent years including a modern engine, replacement self-tailing winches and a good sail wardrobe. Offered for sale at a very competitive price, although generally in good order throughout this is to reflect that her teak decks are considered tired and in need of refurbishment or replacement if cosmetics are an important factor.
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|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Volvo Penta|
|Cruising Speed:||6 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||7.5 knots|
|Length over all:||40' 9"|
|Length at waterline:||33' 6"|
|Maximum draft:||7' 4"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||130 Litres|
|Water capacity:||252 Litres|
Located under the companionway steps in a soundproofed compartment, Volvo Penta D2 55hp four cylinder marine diesel engine (new 2003). Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive with ropecutter to Maxprop three bladed feathering propeller. Stainless steel 130L fuel tank with internal fuel gauge and inspection hatch.
Swan 411 designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by Nautor Yachts, Finland. She is No.40 of 42 built, finished in December 1978 and first launched in 1979. White painted hand-laid GRP hull (to expected Nautor excellent standards) with style stripes. Hull epoxy and copper coated in 2012. White GRP superstructure with teak laid GRP sandwich construction single laminate decks (although structurally sound the teak decks are now due for refurbishment or replacement). Lead cast fin keel with high tensile stainless steel bolts cast into keel, with single point lifting lug also fitted. Wheel steering to skeg hung rudder. Anodised aluminium toerails.
The Swan 411 layout offers up to nine berths consisting of a double berth to port and a single to starboard in the aft cabin, two pilot berths and two settee berths in the saloon, with two further folding pipe cots in the fo c sle. Excellent standing headroom is provided throughout (most areas 6'2" or more up to 6'4" maximum).
FORECABIN - Laid out as a traditional working fo'c'sle for versatility, two pipe cots with lee cloths fold up easily for access to storage beneath, plenty of useful storage, hatch to forepeak anchor locker and easy deck access via fixed steps up to the large central hatch.
HEADS AND FORWARD STORAGE - Located in a separate compartment to starboard and fitted with a marine toilet (feeding to a holding tank with deck and overboard discharge facilities), large stainless steel washbasin with mirror, and a shower tray with teak grating above. Excellent stowage is provided by two large lockers outboard of the heads whilst opposite is a large hanging locker and three further lockers.
SALOON - The saloon has settee berths upholstered to port and starboard, both with pilot berths storage outboard, either side of a removable central table with bottle and glass storage beneath. A large hatch and additional portlights provide good natural light and ventilation without compromising safety in rough seas, and all berths are fitted with lee cloths. Water and fuel tanks are located beneath the berths providing adequate tankage for long-distance cruising, with the weight just forward of midships countering the drivetrain weight further aft and creating a very well balanced design improving sea keeping.
GALLEY - An L-shaped galley to port is equipped with an Eno Grande Large gas cooker with two burners, oven and grill, large stainless steel sink, fridge, and good storage and work surface space. A stainless steel grab bar with strap mounts is also provided for safe food preparation whilst underway.
NAVIGATION STATION - A forward-facing chart table is located to starboard of the hinged companionway ladder and forward of the aft cabin passageway for easy access and safe usage in all conditions, fitted with useful storage in various areas, navigation equipment and an electrical distribution panel
AFT CABIN - The large owner's aft cabin is accessed via a passageway to starboard, with a large wet hanging locker outboard and access to the main electrical cupboard inboard. The cabin itself is fitted with a double berth to port and single berth to starboard, with a seating area between, lee cloths to all berths and good beneath berth storage. For added safety there is an escape hatch across the galley into the main saloon, equally useful for serving breakfast in bed through!
GENERAL EQUIPMENT - Fitted out throughout to the usual excellent standard produced by Nautor, with warm, traditional high quality teak cabinetry, teak and holly soleboards, blue Alcantara upholstery and white leatherette headlining. Pressurised hot and cold water is supplied via an Isotherm calorifier with immersion coil for water heating. There are three water tanks fitted with a total capacity of 252 litres, each can be isolated from the others and a Livol watermaker feeds to the first, largest 102 litre tank.
Lofrans Progress 2 1500w electric anchor windlass
CQR 25kg anchor with 60m of 10mm chain and 40m of Anchorplait
Fortress FX23 kedge anchor
Danforth 15kg anchor
50m Anchorline on reel
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and stanchions
Stainless steel transom boarding ladder
Removable midships boarding ladder
Blue sprayhood and mainsail cover
Blue halyard bags and wheel cover
Assorted warps and fenders
Zenith steering compass
Raymarine ST60 compass
Raymarine DSC VHF radio with cockpit speaker
Handheld VHF radio
Iridium satellite phone with loudspeaker mounting in aft cabin
NASA Target MF/HF receiver
Raymarine ST60 speed/log
Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
Raymarine ST60 closehauled wind instrument
B&G Zeus 3 colour GPS chart plotter with radar, AIS, wind, depth, speed and temperature feeds (new 2019)
B&G Triton multifunction display (new 2019)
B&G Broadband 3G radar scanner (new 2019)
B&G NAC-2 autopilot (new 2019)
ICOM AIS transceiver
B&G DST800 depth, speed and temperature transducer (new 2019)
B&G WS320 wireless wind transducer (new 2019)
Simrad HS60 GPS compass (new 2019)
Stereo radio/CD player with speakers
In 2019 the navigation equipment was comprehensively overhauled with a new plotter at the helm, multi-function display below decks, autopilot, radar, GPS compass and transducers for wind, depth, speed and temperature. At the same time an NMEA2000 backbone was installed allowing for easier upgrading in the future if desired.
3 x AGM 12v 105ah deep cycle domestic batteries (new 2012) and 90ah engine battery, all charged via two engine alternators with an Adverc twin alternator regulator and battery management system for optimum charging when under engine. Link 10 battery monitoring system. Shorepower system with ringmains, CTEK intelligent 25amp battery charger and immersion coil for water heating. Small 150w inverter for providing mains supply to low draw items. Electrical distribution panel with analogue gauges and individual breaker switches. Full cabin lighting.
Fire extinguishers including engine compartment extinguisher
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys
MOB recovery sling
Cockpit harness points
Ocean Safety ISO9650 6 person liferaft (requires servicing)
2 x Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pumps (at chart table and in lazarette)
Electric bilge pump with manual and automatic switching
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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 owner s specific needs.