Nautor Swan - 36
- Stock #090490 -
lots of electronics, a complete installed NMEA2000 bus with five instruments, a chart plotter, fuel level on the data bus, two tiller pilots
This 1968 Nautor Swan is a 36' fiberglass diesel auxiliary masthead sloop. The boat was designed by Sparkman Stephens and built by Nautor AB in Finland in 1968. The hull sections have steep deadrise and round bilges. The water lines are full with no hint of speed robbing hollow. The sheer is lively-high forward sweeping down to the cockpit then up again to the stern.
The deck is arranged around an aft cockpit, dodger and forward trunk cabin. The foredeck is 8'. An anchor roller is forward over the port side of the stemhead. Aft against the trunk cabin is a Dorade vent box. The spinnaker pole is chocked along the port side and fore decks. At the deck edge are double lifelines terminating in pulpits fore and aft. The trunk cabin is 15' long, 2'4" wide forward and 5-1/2' wide aft. An emergency escape hatch is forward on the cabin top. Aft, sheltered by the dodger, is the companionway hatch to the interior. The cockpit is 7'8" long. The cockpit has seats with high coaming surrounding a central foot well. Tiller steering is aft. The traveler for the mainsheet is across the rear coaming. The aft deck is 3'6" long and mostly taken up with a lazarette hatch.
The vessel is rigged as a sloop with keel stepped single spreader aluminum mast, aluminum boom and spinnaker pole. The mast steps through the cabin top. Shrouds lead outboard through the deck to stainless steel chainplates bolted to fiberglass knees and partial plywood bulkheads. The forestay tacks to the stemhead fitting. The backstay goes to the top to the stern pulpit over a central stanchion bolted through the deck. The mainsheet control is four-part block and tackle. The boom vang is 6-part block and tackle. Other sheets lead to primary and secondary winches outboard on the cockpit coamings, halyards to winches on the mast.
The interior from forward has a chain locker then forward cabin with V-berth. The aft center section of the berth is removable for a footwell. Aft to starboard of the berth is a sliding door to the head to port, sink to outboard starboard and a door to the main cabin aft to starboard of the centerline. The mast steps through the main cabin forward on the centerline. To starboard is a passageway past settee and galley with locker outboard. To port is an L-shaped settee followed by a nav station with chart table and DC electrical panel. The quarter berth is tucked under the cockpit. The engine is boxed on the centerline under the inboard portion of the port settee just forward of the chart table. Aft on the centerline are steps up to the companionway hatch and cockpit. The fuel tank is chocked under the cockpit footwell. Water tanks are in the midships bilge and under the V-berth.
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|Category:||3/4" &1" stainless steel|
|No. of engines:||1|
|WC & bathrooms:||yes|
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