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    Sweden Yachts - 42
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    Sweden Yachts - 42

    парусное судноavailableSweden Yachtsмодель 42

    Fantastic single owner example of the highly desirable Sweden Yachts 42 aft cockpit cruising yacht. Presented in great condition inside and out and boasting a hugely versatile 3-cabin, 2-heads interior layout.


    With just one owner since her launch in 2004, EMELINA was ordered to a very high specification, focussed towards performance cruising and family club racing. Based in Dartmouth throughout her life, she was originally sailed from Sweden to the West Country and has been since used in and around Dartmouth with annual cruises to the Solent to take part in the Round The Island Race (securing at least three class victories along the way).

    EMELINA has proven herself to be the perfect short-handed cruising yacht with an effortless rig, comfortable interior and great seakeeping. Her specification highlights include:-
    Marstrom carbon fibre mast
    Nordic Masts carbon fibre Park Avenue boom
    Upgraded winch package including Andersen electric winches
    Large sail wardrobe with carbon laminate mainsail, spare main and multiple jibs and genoas
    2x symmetrical and 1x furling asymmetric spinnakers
    Self-tacking headsail and genoa tracks/cars
    Fully-battened mainsail with Harken battencars and single-line reefing
    3-cabin, 2-head layout
    Converting saloon table with cushions to create further larger double berth
    Standard draft fin keel option
    24vDC domestic system
    3-bladed folding prop
    Twin alternators
    Eberspacher diesel heating system
    Sprung mattress in master cabin
    Fridge and fridge/freezer
    Holding tanks
    Radar & plotters
    Iridium satellite phone system
    Preparation for watermaker
    Removable tender davits

    With the owner’s family now involved in other projects, the time has come to pass EMELINA to her next custodian as her owner has already purchased a day sailor to keep in Dartmouth.


    The 42 being the latest design in our new line of yachts is aimed for the experienced yachtsmen with the taste for a fine yacht. The further development of building methods makes it possible for us to offer a yacht of exceptional quality of build at a very competitive price. Those familiar with how we have designed and built yachts over the years will quickly find a number of very interesting developments. Woodwork is at an even higher level of finish and refinement. Deck design is as far away from the “gorilla lay-out” of the past that one can imagine. Self-tacking jib and large mainsail sheeted on the coachroof, all controls at easy reach close to the helmsman, and a free uncluttered cockpit takes all the efforts out of sailing and making all family members at ease.

    Yet the 42 has a racing pedigree! Large sail area, high ballast ratio, and hydrodynamic like few other boats makes her a winner in any weekend outward or homeward ‘race’ among friends. Maneuverability and engine thrust makes any harbour visit a temptation to ‘show off’, but of course you never do such a thing…
    Jens Ostmann, Designer.

    To comment the design of Sweden Yachts 42, I will start with the three most important characteristics that I want to characterize the yacht.

    Sweden Yachts 42 is designed to be a high performance easy-handled yacht, look beautiful and smart, and be perfectly balanced.

    The sheer line (important as this line is the first line you see) is drawn, regarding bow height, stern height and horizontal curve to give a good balance between the fore ship (bow) and the stern of the yacht, both when lying at the dock and when sailing. The section above the waterline is chosen to create performance and style.

    The steep bow together with the fine entry bow lines give low wave resistance. This and the fore ship under the waterline, are shaped regarding the prismatic coefficient and sections, to give soft sailing when tacking to windward in normal and heavy sea.

    The lines of the aft ship combines good hydrodynamics, with an impression that the yacht is coming out of the water, to make it look light and nice in the water.

    A lot of effort, calculations and experience has gone into the balance (weather helm) of the yacht, where shape of hull, in combination with centre of effort from sail plan and lateral plan is taken into consideration.
    The keel is shaped to have low centre of gravity to give good stability. The plan form and sections are chosen to give high side force.

    The rudder size, plan form and sections are chosen to create great angle of incidence (before stalling), high side force and low resistance when zero lift. The rudder shall also give a nice (balanced) feedback to the helmsman.

    Sweden Yachts 42 has a high aspect fractional sail plan, with a self-tacking jib for easy handling. The size of the sail plan in combination with the stability of the boat allows for a wide wind range of sailing. With a 115% jib the boat has an excellent performance in moderate to medium wind conditions.
    It’s a great pleasure to design yachts for Sweden Yachts, as they build yachts to the highest quality.
    Peter Norlin, Naval Architect.


    RCD Status:
    The yacht is built to CE Boat Category A-ocean, with “Det Norske Veritas” as the Notified Body.

    Hull Construction:
    End grain balsa core sandwich using fibreglass mat and rowing on both sides, gives a light, rigid and well insulated hull.
    Balsa core is used from toe rail to below water line.
    Solid laminate is used in high stress areas around keel, mast foot and in the joint between the hull-halves.
    Bottom reinforcements are longitudinal and transversal solid laminate design.
    Hull epoxy treated from new
    The hull and deck is bonded together using polyester filler. The toe rail is then bolted through deck and hull flange, using a special sealing material.
    Sweden Yachts designed and specially developed steel beam chain plate system, allowing heavy loads to be taken by bulkheads, without the need for additional internal reinforcements.
    Volvo Penta original glass fibre bed, moulded integrally with the bottom reinforcement and filled with heavy ballast for maximum stability.

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    End grain balsa core sandwich with moulded fibreglass on both sides.
    Stress areas where winches and major deck fittings are fixed, are reinforced by replacing the balsa core with plywood, or by using backing plates or large diameter washers depending on type of fitting.
    Teak deck is laid from 12mm first class teak ribs bonded to the deck with polyurethane, and secured by stainless steel screws.
    Expansion joints sealed with special silicone.
    Teak in the cockpit.

    Keel & Rudder:
    Standard draft keel option
    Ballast keel is lead casting with antimony.
    Cast-in keel bolts are stainless steel.
    Lifting lug is fastened to the keel bolts.
    The balanced spade rudder is moulded in fibreglass, using roving and mat, for maximum strength.
    The rudder stock is of stainless steel with two Jefa roller bearings.


    Engine & gearbox:
    Volvo Penta D2-55, 4 cylinder naturally aspirated diesel engine producing 55 HP (41kw)
    Volvo MS25S Saildrive gearbox
    Freshwater engine cooling using raw water inlet and heat exchanger.
    Water-cooled exhaust system in reinforced rubber hose through silencer and appropriate fitting.
    Engine housing lifts on gas struts, with interior joinery finish, well insulated with pvc covered foam insulation to prevent oil spillage to impinge foam.

    Maintenance & Performance:
    Engine hours: 1,181 hours as of Summer 2019
    Date of last engine service: April 2019
    Cruising speed – approx. 7.0 knots @ 2,100 rpm
    Max speed – approx. 8.0 knots @ 2,500 rpm

    Propulsion & Steering:
    Lewmar pedestal steering with wheel, brake, stainless steel link arm and MarinePod instrument pod.
    ‘Destroyer’ large diameter 54“ elkhide covered stainless steel wheel
    Volvo Penta single controller and instrument panel in cockpit.
    Volvo 19x16 3-bladed folding propeller
    MAX Power Series 80 24vDC bowthruster with control at helm pedestal.
    Emergency steering gear


    Voltage systems:
    24vDC primary domestic system with 230v AC via shorepower

    Battery Banks:
    1x 12vDC 75Ah engine start battery - 2015
    4x 12vDC 150Ah domestic batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 300Ah @ 24vDC – 2015
    Mastervolt battery monitoring system

    Charging / Inverter:
    Mastervolt 24/50-2 50A battery charger for domestic batteries
    Mastervolt Mass Sine 24/1500 1.5kw inverter
    Promariner Prospect 6 6Amp charger for engine start battery - 2015
    Mastervolt MASS charger controller at chart table

    60A 12vDC alternator on engine to charge start battery
    Mastervolt 95A 24vDC alternator on engine to charge service battery bank

    Other Electrical:
    24/12v voltage converters
    Shorepower supply with ring main and 230v AC sockets in interior
    12v sockets at chart table
    Circuit breakers with automatic fuses and indicator lamps for all individual circuits.


    Fresh Water:
    24vDC pressure system with Shurflo pump and accumulator tank
    Hot water supplied via engine cooling with 40 litre calorifier or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power
    Hot & cold pressurised water to galley, heads and shower at stern platform
    Manual fresh water supply at galley
    Preparation for watermaker

    Salt Water:
    Manual salt water supply to galley via foot pump

    Bilge Pumps:
    Manual bilge pump in cockpit
    High capacity electric bilge pump with manual override at DC panel
    2x 24vDC shower drain pumps

    Gas System:
    Gas locker in separate drained compartment in cockpit with space 2x 3kgs gas bottles.
    Trume Solenoid valve at galley


    280 litres diesel capacity in 1x stainless steel located under startboard aft berth with inspection hatch, filled from deck and ventilated from transom.
    Analogue Fuel tank level gauge at chart table

    Fresh Water:
    425 litres fresh water capacity in 2x stainless steel tanks located dinette settee and forward bunk with inspection hatches, filled from deck and ventilated
    Analogue water tank gauges at chart table

    Holding Tanks:
    Stainless steel black water holding tanks servicing forward and aft heads (approx. 63 and 75 litres capacities).
    Tanks discharge directly overboard or via deck evacuation point.


    On Deck:
    Raymarine RL70C colour chart plotter radar display
    Raymarine ST6001 Smart Pilot autopilot control with T2 linear drive
    Raymarine ST60 wind, CH wind, depth, speed/log and multi repeater displays at companionway
    Suunto D135 lit steering compass at helm pedestal

    At Chart Table:
    Raymarine RL70C colour radar chart plotter display
    Raymarine 2kw Closed array radar scanner side-mounted to mast
    Raymarine Raystar GPS receiver
    Furuno NX-300 navtex receveier

    Communications Equipment:
    Raymarine RayVHF DSC VHF with second handset at helm pedestal
    Raymarine VHF speaker at chart table and in cockpit
    Sailor Iridium satellite telephone system


    Smev twin stainless steel sinks with single lever mixing tap.
    Manual fresh water supply
    Smev 3-burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill
    160 litre top-opening fridge/freezer with Iostherm control, 24vDC compressor and seawater cooling
    Isotherm second front opening (65 litre) fridge with icebox and 24vDC compressor and seawater cooling

    Jabsco electric heads in forward heads compartment
    Manual Jabsco heads in aft heads compartment
    Heads showers with automatic temperature control and electric pump out

    Heating & Ventilation:
    Eberspacher 4kw diesel-fired hot air heating system with outlets in all cabins, saloon and heads.
    Ventilation consisting of opening skylights, dorade and opening portlights
    DC fan in forward master cabin
    Engine space air extraction outlet into cockpit
    Dorade ventilators
    Ample overhead lights chromed bulkhead reading lights at settees and berths (LED in saloon)

    Alpine CD radio
    Speakers in saloon and in cockpit at companionway
    Sharp LCD TV at chart table
    DVD player


    Summary of Accommodation:
    Aft cockpit layout with up to 8 full length berths in three double cabins plus coverting double in saloon. Forward and aft day heads with showers.

    Accommodation Finish:
    Marine grade waterproof core, faced with selected mahogany is used in all bulkheads and major joinery.
    Specially selected solid mahogany in frames and doors.
    Marine grade lauvan in bottoms, shelves etc where not visible.
    All main bulkheads bonded to hull and deck, using glass fibre and polyester.
    Ceiling, topsides and minor visible hull sides with foam backed vinyl.
    Hull sides, bottom, bilge, etc top-coated throughout the interior.
    Cabin sole teak with inlaid light wood stripes.
    All mahogany is varnished with oil varnish in satin finish. Cabin sole teak is varnished.
    All hanging lockers equipped with aluminium tube with hooks and lights.
    Locker doors have snap locks and are hinged with chromed brass hinges.
    Cushions in high quality foam with first class upholstery.
    Blue fabric upholstery throughout
    Oceanair deckhead blinds and pleated blinds for side ports with roller blinds in aft cabin

    Description of Accommodation from Forward:

    Forward Heads:
    Moulded bottom section drained by electric pump and moulded upper section.
    Separate shower stall with curtain.
    Teak shower grating.
    Stainless steel wash basin.
    Electric toilet with waste tank.
    Lockers above toilet and wash basin.

    Master Cabin:
    Double berth to port
    Large draw under berth and storage cupboards at eye level above berth
    Mattress upgraded to fully sprung
    Starboard 2 x wardrobes with dressing table unit, containing 3 x drawers, floor level cupboard and cupboards above
    Large locker in bilge
    Clock & barometer
    DC ventilation fan

    Main Saloon:
    Dinette arrangement with table on port side.
    Table drops to create very large double berth with custom-made full set of cushions to cover entire seating and table area – cushions made 2017
    Starboard side has cupboards above and below, with half size chart drawer, drawers and navigation station.

    Chart Table:
    Large chart table, with opening desk for storage of instruments, laptop etc.
    Adjustable navigators seat with cupboard alongside
    Surface area for mounting of chart plotter radios etc.
    Drawer unit with 3 x drawers and cupboard at floor level
    Large dedicated cupboard for storage of glasses (can
    easily be adapted)
    Large chart drawer
    Floor level cupboard

    U-shaped galley.
    Corian counter top.
    Drawer section.
    Cutting board.
    Gas stove with three burners and oven. Storage cupboard under
    Double overhead and below cupboards, fitted.
    Waste basket and storage below sink.
    Top and front opening fridge/freezers

    Aft Heads:
    Moulded compartment fitted between bulkheads.
    Two lockers with mirrored doors above wash basin unit.
    Fitted mirror in forward sections.
    Recess for toilet.
    Corian shower grating.
    Shower drained by electric pump.
    Door to main cabin.

    Aft Cabins:
    Equal aft cabins with double berths.
    Hanging lockers with seat.
    Cabinet above bed along hull side.
    Door to main saloon from starboard and port guest cabins.


    Marstrom carbon fibre white painted main spar
    Keel-stepped mast with 2-sets of swept-back spreaders
    Nordic Masts carbon fibre Park Avenue boom– white painted
    Harken MkIII genoa furler
    Harken Self-tacking track for jib mounted to Harken side-deck fore & aft genoa tracks
    Stainless steel rod standing rigging - 2004 – professionally inspected and tested 2015
    Topping lift
    Selden mechanical adjustable backstay tensioner
    Selden rod vang with gas damper
    Fully-battened mainsail system with Harken ball-bearing car system
    2x single line reefs
    Dyneema halyards
    Harken mainsheet system with adjustable track
    Harken deck gear
    Control lines led aft to winches through Spinlock clutches adjacent to companionway
    Gennaker equipment with furler, tackline and necessary sheets & blocks (Harken)
    Selden carbon fibre spinnaker pole – deck stowed
    I= 16.6m, J= 5.05m, P= 16.10m, E = 5.40m

    2 x Andersen stainless steel 52ST 24vDC electric two-speed self-tailing winches.
    2 x Andersen stainless steel 46ST manual 2-speed self-tailing manual winches
    2 x Andersen stainless steel 40ST halyard winches at companionway
    Winches directly inline allowing control lines to be led aft to electric primary winches

    Dart Sails carbon laminate fully-battened mainsail - 2014
    Sanders Sails Dacron 100% self-tacking headsail with vertical battens - 2014
    North Sails fully-battened mainsail – 2004
    North Sails Spectra 100% self-tacking headsail with vertical battens – 2004
    North Sails No.1 genoa – 2005 (unused)
    North Sails No.2 Genoa – 2005 (unused)
    North Sails symmetrical spinnaker (large) – 2004
    North Sails symmetrical spinnaker (medium) – 2004
    Sanders Sails asymmetric spinnaker with furler – 2014

    Stainless steel removable tender davits
    Stainless pulpit and pushpit.
    Mid ship gates.
    Stern boarding ladder
    Vetus stainless steel dorade ventilators with stainless steel guards/grab rails
    Hot & cold shower at bathing platform
    Cockpit table with extension
    Ensign staff
    Outboard bracket

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    Lewmar 24vDC reversing electric anchor windlass with control at helm pedestal
    22kgs Delta anchor with 60m of 10mm chain
    2x kedge anchors with chain and rope
    Stainless steel mooring and spring cleats
    Fore and aft mooring lines

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    Mainsail cover
    Sprayhood with stainless steel frame
    Wheel and binnacle covers
    Cockpit cushions.


    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:
    Navigation lights.
    Masthead anchor and tri-colour lights.
    Deck flood lights on mast.

    Life saving:
    Liferaft – BFA 6-man cannister – out of service
    2x Horseshoe buoys with lights - 2019
    Webbing jackstays
    Radar reflector
    McMurdo Smartfind 406Mhz EPIRB

    Fire control:
    Fire extinguishers
    Fire blanket

    Lying Dartmouth, UK

    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.

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    остояние продажavailable
    роизводительSweden Yachts
    од постройки2004
    Beam (m)3.9
    Draft (m)2.18
    атегорияfin keel
    роизводитель двигателяvolvo d2-55 55hp
    асы наработки двигателя1181
    опливодизельное топливо
    оличество кают3
    исло зачаливаний8

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