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SWAN 54

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Even the best thing in the world can be improved, least in details. Taking advantage from our experience as well as listening to suggestions coming from our owners, captains and experts, we constantly and rigorously test every new Swan model, from launch through early life in order to improve our boats – keeping them updated in terms of technology, safety, comfort and changes in regulations. This passionate attention to improvement is one of the key reasons why Swan yachts are the most appreciated boats in the world. This process was obviously applied to our successful and beloved Swan 54.

THE ARCHITECT:

German Frers

INTERIOR
DESIGNER:

Heini Gustafsson

EXTERIOR DESIGN

The deck layout has been developed to meet two fundamental objectives: ensure corn- fortable sailing with limited crew and provide areas designed to best enjoy life onboard. The transom opens fully into a wide swim platform allowing direct access to the sea. The positioning of the mainsheet on the coachroof, rather than in the cockpit, allows the use of the wide bimini while sailing. The bimini, together with the sprayhood which is recessed and retractable, provides complete protection from the elements. The four standard electric winches in the cockpit, close to the helmsman, facilitate easy sailing with limited crew. The generous stowage volumes, including the sail locker in the bow and full lazarette in the stern area, enable all equipment, such as a RIB (inflatable), fenders and sails to be safely stowed yet remain easily accessible.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Similar to the deck layout, the interior has been designed to ensure maximum comfort for long periods, both under sail and at anchor. This original configuration offers three double cabins, with the owner’s cabin forward and two guest cabins, one central and the other aft. There is also a fourth cabin dedicated to systems and storage, including the generator and washing machine, with the possibility to add a work table so as to convert it into a crew cabin. A configuration perfectly suited for extended bluewater cruising and lengthy stays aboard. The saloon has a ‘c’ shaped sofa, which is three metres long, with a central table and two stylish chairs.

This is the second generation of blue water cruising yachts, designed for Nautor. She has been refined in all departments and stands out in the crowd because of her design and the inherent quality of her construction.

SPECIFICATIONS

DIMENSIONS

  • LOA : 16.48 m 54.07 ft
  • LWL : 14.40 m 47.24 ft
  • Beam max : 4.75 m 15.58 ft
  • Draught(light) : 2.44 m 8.01 ft
  • Displacement(light) : 22.000 kg 48.500 lbs
  • Displacement(loaded) : 26.000 kg 57.300 lbs
  • Ballast,standard keel : 8.200 kg 18.100 lbs
  • Optional dagger board keel weight : 10.150 kg 22.400 lbs
  • with twin rudders draught(light) : 1.40 m/3.70 m 4.59 ft/12.14 ft
  • Engine Yanmar with folding propeller : 81 kW 110 Hp

RIG AND SAIL DIMENSIONS

  • IG : 20.87 m 68.47 ft
  • E : 6.70 m 21.98 ft
  • J : 5.95 m 19.52 ft
  • SPL : 6.50 m 21.33
  • P : 20.08 m 65.88 ft

SAIL AREAS

  • Fore triangle : 62.2 m2 670 sq.ft
  • Spinnaker : 210 m2 2260 sq.ft
  • Main sail : 81.1 m2 873 sq.ft
  • Code 0 : 120 m2 1292 sq.ft
  • 100% Jib : 61.8 m2 665 sq.ft

TANK CAPACITY

  • Fuel : 600 l 158 USg
  • Hot water : 50 l 13.2 USg
  • Water : 730 l 193 USg
  • Holding tanks : 120 l 31.7 USg

BATTERY

  • Service battery, gel cell : 24 V 525 Ah (5h)
  • Shore power : 230 V 50 A 50 Hz
  • Battery charger : 80 A
  • Starting battery, AGM : 12 V 50 Ah AGM

CONFIGURATIONS

STANDARD

OPTIONS A

OPTIONS B

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