Immaculate performance blue water cruiser
This Swan 56 is an absolute eye-catcher. Beloved by her current dedicated owner she decorates many bay and marina. Combining both performance cruising and racing this multipurpose yacht offers a wide range of opportunities. With her Hall Spars carbon mast and high-tech sails she is ready for beating competitors. Her customized interior layout for living spaciously on board makes her ideal for comfortable cruising with a performance touch, as the current onwer used her for. Please feel warmly invited to call us for more information or to plan a visit. She is a must see! This information is preliminary.
Shape: Roundbilged GRP white gelcoat hull with flag blue striping
Steering system: Wheel steering with teak angled helm footrests, one either side of wheel
Load displacement (kg): Approx. 19.500 Kg
Ballast (kg): Approx. 6.200 Kg
Material, colours: Classic Nautor teak interior and teak and holly floorboards
Upholstery, curtains: Leather upholstery in off-white leather in whole boat including covers in front cabins (new 2011), curtains off-white (new 2011), matrasses and bed linen (new 2011), headliner panels with teak strip between panels
Saloons: Saloon with curved settee, dinette and bookshelves in main saloon, two guest cabins forward and one master cabin in aft
Cabins: 3 cabins, 6 berths
Berths: 1x double centerline bed in aft cabin, 1x bunk bed in front SB cabin, 1x bunk bed in front port cabin
Headroom: Approx. 2.00m
TV: Samsung TV (2011) in port locker saloon
Cooking device: Force 10 gas cooker with 4-burners and oven
Other: BINK was customized at Nautor during build to have an enlarged aft head and separate toilet/stall shower, all in fiberglass, which in turn creates a truly comfortable owner's cabin. That cabin has a centre line double bed and plenty of stowage – also a good ensuite head and shower stall.
Lockers above galley sink with teak hinged doors.
Corian on galley countertops.
Wine storage in saloon table.
Pull out shower handle next to galley faucet.
Sailing covers for main saloon seating.
Mosquito screens for ports.
Chrome Cabin 21 bulkhead lights in main salon (2) plus 1 each over berths in cabins.
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 96 HP
Engine hours: Approx. 2600 hrs
Fuel tank: Approx. 590 ltr (in 3x tanks)
Cooling system: Indirect cooling system
Propulsion: Stainless steel propeller shaft with Gori-propeller
Measuring instruments: Yacht control panel at navstation
Voltage: Outlet voltage inside boat 115V (but adapters allow use of 220v items)
Operating panel: DCC 4000 battery Ah capacity meter
Alternator: Mastervolt 3-step 110A alternator on engine, alternator off-switch on control panel
Water tank: Approx. 660 ltr (in 4x tanks)
Holding tank: 2x holding tanks for forward and aft toilets with deck outlets and overboard discharge
Water maker: Spectra Santa Cruz watermaker installed 2007, not used since 2009 (to be checked)
Shore power: 115V/230V shore power, additional shore power inlet 230V via 6 kVA transformer including land connection cable
Water tank gauge: Yes
Other: Washer/dryer Indesit (new 2011), installed in locker aft of galley.
Extra 115V outlets in lazarette and forward locker port saloon.
Whilst BINK has no air-conditioning, preparation work has been done for Marine Air so that it could be easily installed at later date. The yacht is wired for power with switch to power circuit for airconditioning, outside a/c shore power inlet, grillwork in place.
Rig and sails
Type: Hall Spars carbon fibre mast with 3 spreaders, boom with hydraulic mast jack, all painted in white
Spars, stays: Navtec stainless steel discontinuous rod standing rigging (new 2012)
Winches: Primary winches 2x Lewmar 77/2 AEST (electric), additional genoa sheet winches 2x Lewmar 80/3 ASTOR, main sheet winch Lewmar 65 AEST on SB side (electric), secondaries/runners 2x Lewmar 54 AST
Genoa: Fusion M Carbon Technora 135%, furling with rope luff (2011)
Genoa reefing system: Reckmann headstay furler
Fore sail: Storm Jib & Staysail, soft hanks
Other: Racing sails (Quantum):
North #3 carbon headsail (2007)
Airx 700 3/4 oz, all white sym.
Airx 900, 1.5 oz, all white
Winches (in addition to the above mentioned winches):
Lewmar 50 AST main sheet traveller control winch
Lewmar 54 AEST (electric) aft halyard winch SB side for reef, main & spinnaker halyard
Lewmar 54 AST aft halyard winch port side for reef, staysail/topping lift and foreguy
Lewmar 58 AST forward halyard winch SB side for genoa halyard
Lewmar 58 AST forward halyard winch on port side for genoa and spinnaker halyard
Pedestal grinder (separate, not mounted) for racing
Hydraulic adjusters for backstay and boom vang with control panel at cockpit.
Lewmar deck gear insted of Harken.
4x Antal foot switches for electric winches.
Inner forestay moved forward, folding pad-eye on deck.
Navigation and electronics
Other: Icom SSB radio IC-M710RT including converter, with grounding cage in lazarette.
Simrad AIS (2011).
VHF antenna/windex combination with light in masthead.
Navigation station with extra long navigators seat and bookshelf.
2x additional analogue wind direction indicators.
Windlass: Lewmar Concept 3 electric unit with gypsy/capstan recessed in GRP box in deck on port side at bow (capstan high enough for allowing 3 rope turns and easily removable with cover plate for racing). Antal foot switches for windlass
Swimming ladder: Bathing ladder on stern bathing platfrom
Swimming platform: Bathing platform with hydraulic control
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: Open pullpit with teak seat, outboard bracket on pushpit
Outboard engine: Outboard bracket on pushpit
Other: GRP stowage lockers in cockpit coamings.
Deck shower with hot and cold water at platform aft.
Deck wash, sea water forward with fresh water connection.
Mug holder on pedestal.
Other: Simrad AIS (2011).
Valve at engine seawater intake with pipe leading to bilge so engine, in an emergency, can be used as bilge pump.
Valves for holding tanks.