The Swan 77, designed by German Frers represents a true cruising Swan with an amazing ability to provide a platform for Regatta sailing if required. She is of heavier displacement than her newer sisters but this model is still as popular as ever. Very high internal volume allows for excellent stowage, sleeping and living accommodation.
This example was built as her first owner’s second Swan 77 (and his third Swan). As such she is optimized for simple, short-handed cruising. However she would also make a superb charter yacht for any owner looking to offset some of the running costs.
TUGELA is a rare extended version of the Swan 77 and is actually 80 ft in LOA.
During each ownership the yacht has enjoyed impeccable care and maintenance.
She also benefits from some major upgrades.
New reduced price - owner is keen to sell and will listen to offers.
Coloured topsides, originally blue gelcoat, and painted 2008.
Boot top and cove stripe, Gold.
Standard bulb keel.
Steering wheel with double spokes.
Hydraulically operated built-in bathing platform in transom, with swimming ladder.
Extended transom including two deck hatches on aft deck.
Stemhead fitting with double rollers, with a chain-locating roller.
Hull windows in saloon, both sides, flush with frame and hull on outside and Roman blinds.
Flush Nautor deck hatches.
Teak on side decks, coach roof and bridge deck, was 11 mm thick when new, and teak in cockpits also – (instead of standard 9 mm).
Winches, power pack, windlass
Lewmar Commander hydraulic pack, 9 functions:
- Primary winches; Runners/Secondary winches, 2; Main sheet winch, 1;
- Halyard winches; Anchor windlass, 1; Hydraulic forestay, 1 .
Primary winches, 2 x Lewmar 111/3 SHST, hydraulic;
Runners/secondary 2 x Lewmar 77 SHST, hydraulic;
Main sheet 1 x Lewmar 77/3 SHST, hydraulic;
Main sheet traveller winch 1 x Lewmar 48 CST;
Additional main sheet traveller winch 1 x Lewmar 48 CST;
Winches on deck aft of mast include:
Main halyard - 1 x 66/3 CHST hydraulic winch
Plus self tailing winches for Genoa halyards / Fore-guy / Spinnaker halyards / Reefing / /outboard pole lift / and Stay sail.
Lewmar hydraulic (2011) - installed recessed on deck, chain lead under deck.
Bowthruster, added 2008
TUGELA is fully equipped with an array of extras to standard deck / sailing fittings, including:
Stemhead fitting with double rollers, with chain-locating roller
Removable deck fittings for spinnaker and jockey pole.
Stainless recessed genoa sheet tracks, Harken.
Screw-in fittings for additional sheeting possibilities.
Foot block at forward end of genoa tracks for car adjustment.
Bow sprit, aluminium white painted, on second anchor roller with Harken block for MPS.
Genoa car adjustment (under deck).
Foreguy line runs under deck to SB aft winch at mast.
Roller fairleads on the stern, closed top, one pair.
Flush mounted stanchion bases.
Stainless steel radar post, mounted through aft deck on SB side, with arm for Mini M antenna and lifting arm for outboard engine.
Horizontally manually adjustable system 10° for radar post top plate.
Stainless steel foot support in aft cockpit, removable.
Stainless steel plate on deck as protection for anchor chain.
Outboard bracket with stainless steel protection, on pushpit.
Permanent seat on pushpit, both sides.
One storage locker in aft cockpit port coaming and storage for shower in SB coaming.
Two hatches to lockers at main entrance.
Two lockers under aft cockpit seats.
Two hatches in helmsman seat.
Shore power, TV and city water intake with a hatch on SB-side in transom.
Hatches and windows
Nautor made flush mounted hatches
Flush mounted side window frames
Two additional port lights in centre cockpit SB side.
One additional portlight at forward end of aft cockpit.
Hatches, 10 pcs as side windows.
Main engine Perkins Sabre M225 Ti 165 kW, 2500 RPM with Hurth HSW reverse/reduction gear 2.52:1
Three-bladed propeller type MaxProp.
Fuel capacity 1740 Iitres in two tanks.
Diesel generator, replaced in 2009, is a Cummins Onan 17.5 kW unit, 230 V, 50 Hz, including sound shield and PTO (power take-off) for Commander system.
Added in 2008, Sidepower unit 48v, 15 kW.
Leather beige upholstery for saloon sofas, chairs and navigation seat and for sofa in aft cabin.
Curtains. Roman blinds for saloon windows.
GRP boxes in the bilge, 3 pcs.
Nautor made doorknobs.
CREW CABIN TOILET: Par toilet with hand pump.
OWNER’S, GUEST CABINS AND CAPTAIN’S TOILETS: Vacuflush system, marine toilets.
Interior arrangement according to drawing, but modified since build. For example, aft cabin now has centreline bed.
Wooden berth on SB side with lockers and drawers below, modified and made shorter to accommodate extra locker at aft end.
Fold-up upper berth on port side. Table convertible to double berth.
Floorboards lowered 5 cm to give more standing height of 193 cm (6’4”).
Mirror on toilet door facing crew cabin. Lockers forward
Watertight opening aft side of chain box in the bilge.
Chain box with lighting.
Boarding/bathing ladder on aft bulkhead.
Ladder to deck, doubles as swim ladder
FORWARD GUEST CABIN:
Fixed lower double berth with drawers (2 pcs) and one lid.
Fold-up upper berth. Hanging locker on SB-side forward.
Flat screen TV Installed above desk in a teak frame angled down, mirror between desk and TV, drawer under desk.
AFT GUEST CABIN:
Fixed lower double berth with drawers below; Fold-up upper berth.
Flat screen TV installed above desk in a teak frame with lockers below.
Insulation of aft bulkhead.
Upper berth of Pullman type. Lower berth with 2 pcs of lids on the front.
Hanging locker with drawers below.
Passage door with a stopper in open position.
Miele Washer/dryer installed in passage locker with a hanging locker above.
Dining table folds and lowers to form coffee table.
Saloon tabletop with inserted compass rose.
Coffee table built for bottle storage with top on a hinge.
Flatscreen TV behind SB saloon sofa. TV lifts electrically.
Chairs on port side.
Drinks/wine cooler unit
Hull windows surrounded by teak.
Main entrance ladder with six steps to central cockpit.
Possibility to lift the ladder for access to engine room.
Roll top doors hide handheld VHF etc. at chart table aft
Horizontal chart stowage above table
Storage locker on stbd side
Nav table, instruments and nav seat.
Corian Sierra Oceanic blue working surfaces and sliding doors, with following equipment:
2 x fridges below upper fridge aft
Force 10 4 burner gas stove with oven and grill
Galley extractor hood Alpes CFE/90
Recessed Miele electric 2 x hot plates ceramic hob (with cutting board over).
Drawers under the hot plate.
Stainless steel sinks installed below Corian surface.
Pullout rubbish bin forward.
Freezer (240 l) below floorboards.
Miele dishwasher 230v
Double berth on centreline with drawers underneath.
Hanging locker on port side with drawers below. Lockers on port side.
Flatscreen TV installed on starboard side.
Sofa on SB side with lockers above and on portside.
Hanging locker forward in the middle
Mirrors on forward bulkhead and hanging locker door
Lockers and drawers on portside forward.
System touch screen “Living Control” in all cabins.
Flat screen monitor 22”, Sony. Loudspeakers, roof-mounted and white, 2 pcs. iPod connection.
AFT GUEST CABIN:
Flat screen monitor 15”, Sharp.
Monitor 28”, Sharp. Loudspeakers, 4 pcs. Kaleidescope system (new 2012).
FORWARD GUEST CABIN:
Flat screen monitor 15”, Sharp.
Flatscreen monitor Sony. iPod connector.
Loudspeakers Poly-Planar MA-905, 2 pcs.
Loudspeakers in cockpit, connected to saloon stereo.
Loudspeakers in aft cockpit.
Seafresh 200 litres per hour
Vacuum flushing toilets type Vacuflush – renewed in 2012.
Crew toilet type PAR 29120-0000 manual, connected also to fresh water valve chest
Holding tank emptied by electrical Vacuflush pump.
Freshwater capacity 1390 1 (with suction pipes on two levels).
Tank vent pipes end at galley sinks.
Water heater capacity 60 1, 1,2 kW.
Deck shower in aft cockpit SB-side.
Deck shower, hot and cold fresh water, at aft platform.
Seawater spout in galley with 2 m hose
Three bilge pumps – two manual and one electrical.
Additional electric bilge pump submersible type.
Auto stop with vacuum switch for sump tank pumps
Iceberg refrigeration unit with holdover plates for refrigeration and freezer, belted from main engine.
Additional refrigeration unit, Iceberg, 230 V, 0,5 hp, 50/60 Hz.
Freezer under floorboards in galley.
Fridge/icemaker in saloon port of mast.
Electric pump for fridge drainages.
Service batteries, 24v, 1220 Amp, new 2014.
Separate radio battery bank, 24v, 600 Amp, including 50 A battery charger.
Start batteries new 2015.
Battery pack for Bowthruster, new 2015.
Paralleling button for main engine starting batteries and service batteries
Mass 24/1500 VA, 230 V, sine wave
Inverter, Mass 24/1500 VA, 115 V, sine wave,
Inverter, Mass 24/5000 VA, 230 V, sine wave,
Marine Air – renewed 2010.
Brookes & Gatehouse navigation instruments:
Hydra 2000 Wind/Depth/Log Pack, NMEA FFD at chart table; digital repeaters at binnacle and at chart table.
20/20 Large Digital Displays, on coamings and on mast.
Boat speed indicator. Wind speed indicator. Wind direction indicator.
Magnified wind direction indicator.
Mini-M, Thrane & Thrane
Fleet 250 system
VHF, Raymarine, one handset at chart table and one in cockpit.
Navigators, radar, etc.
The original aluminium mast was replaced in 2010 with:
Offshore Spars carbon mast with 4 spreaders and a new carbon Park Av style boom.
Carbon spi pole.
Navtec s/s standing rigging, also new 2010.
Hydraulic furling headstay, Reckmann RF 90-3 R5, driven by Commander
Stainless steel shroud and babystay rollers, Navtec type
Running backstays and check stays.
Mast out and rig checked August 2015
Backstay adjuster installed under deck .
Standard Navtec hydraulic System 50 panel mounted on steering pedestal for five functions, backstay, babystay, inner forestay, boomvang and outhaul. Two Navtec selector valves, one for inner forestay and baby stay and the other one for outhaul.
Navtec Quick release for boom vang, on port side of the binnacle.
Outhaul cylinder in boom, no winch.
North Sails, 3DI carbon & taffeta mainsail, 2015
North Sails, 3DI carbon & taffeta Nº1 genoa, 2015
North Sails, Spectra & carbon Nº 2 cruising genoa, 2012
North Sails 3DL carbon taffeta Nº 3 genoa, 2015
S2 Spinnaker, 2015
Asymmentric cruising spinnaker, 2013
North Sails cruising main 2007
North Sails cruising 135% furling genoa, 2003
North Sails heavy weather staysail and trysail, 2003
4.5m Avon (2008) with 60hp outboard (2008).
Table for centre cockpit with possibility to lower the table.
Carbon fibre gangway, Multiplex, 3,2 m, (can be stowed in forward stowage locker).
Anchoring and mooring
Anchor chain, Lewmar 12 mm, grade 40, 100 meter. Danforth anchor.
Cover for saloon tables.
Cover for cockpit table.
Sprayhood for main companionway.
Large aft cockpit sprayhood.
Cushions for pushpit seats.
Cover for steering wheel.
Cover for pedestal.
Cushions for forward cockpit.
Cushions for aft cockpit.
Sun bimini for mid cockpit.
CO2 Softex system fire extinguisher for engine room.
Bauer Junior, 220/330 BAR, 230 V
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