Club Swan 36 010 ‘LUCKY’ 010

Nautor's Swan 36

The Overview

Club Swan Lucky 36-010



Scantlings, materials, and workmanship throughout are consistent with the construction of a light hull, without compromising strength or stiffness.

Laminate General

Hull/deck joint is bonded with epoxy structural adhesive. Carbon reinforcements are used in structural components such as the keel grid and some specific bulkheads.

Lay up

Glass-foam sandwich epoxy infused laminate vacuum bagged and post cured. Sandwich construction with high performance foam Corecell core.

Stiffening General

The construction of the hull structure components, including the keel box, is of E-glass and epoxy, with specific carbon unidirectional reinforcements. These components are infused and cured separatly, then introduced and bonded to the hull with epoxy adhesives, under vaccum pressure.

Structural bulkheads

Structural bulkheads in composite glass epoxy sandwich infused with some reinforcements in carbon unidirectional fibres and bonded to the hull with structural epoxy adhesive.

Chain plates

Chain plates system: Metal chain plates with composite gusset load dissipation.

Hull finish General

Gelcoat weather resistant type.

Keel and Bulb General

CNC machined fin keel in Toolox 33, Estimated weight – 217 kg. Keel is mounted into a hull recessed keel box and fixed with 2 vertical bolts. Bulb in antimony alloyed lead, bolted to short-cord fin. estimated weight 1238 Kg with 40 Kg pocket reserve for handicap rule as optional. The keel and the bulb are designed to be conveniently taken off for easier transportation.

Steering system


Tiller arms with aluninium steering rods.


Two Isotop rudders with carbon/ epoxy composite stock and shells, foam filled. JP3 self-aligned bearings.


One C-Foil carbon infused by Persico Marine.

Emergency steering

Aluminium emergency tiller (if required by ISO rules).



Glass epoxy infused laminate.

Sandwich construction with a high performance foam Corecell core. Structural bulkheads are bonded to the deck with structural epoxy adhesive.

Deck finish
Gelcoat weather resistant type with antiskid particles paint.



Total of SEVEN Harken winches:
– Two backstay winches Harken 46.2 STP 2 speed manual
– Two mainsheet winches Harken 40.2 STP 2 speed manual. Port side winch is counter rotating. – Two primary winches Harken 46.2 STQP 2 drum 2 speed manual for jib and kite trimming.
– One pit winch Harken 40.2 STP

Mainsheet system

Mainsheet track with a roller bearing car on the stern cockpit area controlled with manual purchase system, lead to the main trimmer’s position forward of the helmsman.

Sail handling systems


Headstay attachment around the bow-sprit snout with loop, jib Cunningham block and tackle inside the deck gutter.


Transversal jib sheet track control system, concealed inside the deck cover surrounding the “pit area”.

Jammers / clutches / constrictors

Spinnaker halyard stoppers at companionway.


Axxon retractable bowsprit made in carbon composite with fixed bobstay which retracts into the sprit when not deployed.

Deck fittings General

Spinlock throttle placed on cockpit side by the helmsman. Engine stop start panel mounted below decks on the engine housing.


Stainless steal tube aft acting as a pushpit and anchoring position for the spinnaker sheet blocks OSR cat 3 pulpit, pushpit and stanchions available as an option.

Lifelines and stanchions

The spacing between the lifelines conforms to World Sailing/OSR cat 4 and OSR cat 3 requirements.

GRP mouldings and vents General

Halyard roof cover.

Hatches Deck hatches

One opening (flush) deck hatches, forward.

Main companionway

Companionway hatch sliding (port).



There are two removable aluminium foot supports in the cockpit.



Interior components are of lightweight construction.
The interior of the ClubSwan 36 is provided with two berths.

ENGINE General

The engine is located centrally under the cockpit.
Access is through bulkhead aft of companionway and from the sides.

Main engine Engine

The engine is a 2-cylinder Nanni marine diesel engine The engine is supported on soft mounts.

An Electric engine will be tested onboard the prototype, and could be proposed as an optional propulsion. Both options will respect the same weight and Center of Gravity”.

Propulsion system Propeller

3 bladed fixed retractable propeller on a retractable driven system which closes flush with the bottom of the hull.

Fuel system Tank

Diesel tank in polyethylene, 40 l.


One system on board: 12 V DC.

DC-system Service battery

Lithium service battery 100 Ah 12 V.


Battery bank charges through shore-pick up and the engine-driven marine alternator A.

DC outlets

12 V outlet by the companionway.

Electrical panels General

Battery master switch and a 6 circuit breaker panel mounted on the engine cover adjacent to the engine control panel.

Lights Navigation lights

LED navigation lights mounted on the deck forward and Aft.


Four Whale Compac 50 bilge pump mounted on the port cockpit wall discharging overboard at the transom. An additional bilge pump either electric or manual may be specified at extra charge.

RIG General

Jammer for mainsail full hoist and one reef and lock for the jib. Two running backstays with deflectors. Mast and boom are painted black Clear RAL 9005.


Axxon High Modulus (HR 40) carbon mast single set of spreaders, swept- back, deck-stepped.


Axxon racing carbon boom. Reefing line with clutches in the boom. Double ended mainsheet system. Manual vang.

Standing rigging

Nitronic 50 lateral rod stainless steel standing rigging. PBO forestay and dynema runners.

Running rigging

DSK, Spectra and other Hi-tech material running rigging sheets and purchase systems supplied in order to have a fully functioning boat at delivery.


An Owner’s Manual is provided with directions for use and maintenance, drawings and diagrams for main systems and handbooks for machinery and components.

Anchoring and mooring

  • –  Dock lines (4)
  • –  Fenders (3)
  • –  Boat hook (1)Sailing gear

– Winch handles (7) Sails

MNi-3 + Mainsail
LMi-3 jib
Hi-2 jib
A2-2 (Airx) Asymmetric
A5-2 Asymmmetric Code55 NPL Code XiXi04CD Jib top NPL Code Xi Xi06 CDT


  • –  Sailing hours: 48
  • –  Durepox hull finishing
  • –  Yacht canting cradle
  • –  Keel and bulb cradle
  • –  Garmin “One Design” package installation included if commissioning is selected 3 Displays GNX 120, GPSMAP 723, G Wind race trasducer, GND10, 2 Speed Trasducer GST43, change over switch, 9 axis compass, GPS 24x antenna, carbon fiber display bracket low windage for 3 displays, carbon fiber mast head bracket for Garmin wind station, Nmea 2000 Kit and dedicated fittings, Rigid transport storm Cases for display brackets and Wind sensor.
  • –  Windex 10″
  • –  Take down gennaker system installation included if commissioning is selected Carbon fiber roller on ball bearings, Gottifredi Maffioli gennaker halyard with retriever, retriever strop to sail, Harken 75mm carbo block, Harken 75mm carbo ratchamatic Block 2X Grip and two carbon fiber padeyes
  • –  Downwind jib sheets system
  • –  Deflector For Mainsheet Block on the Aft gate
  • –  Internal Seadek antiskid 3mm
  • –  Smart battery charger 12V 15AH 220V
  • –  Boat care package
  • –  Pit bags
  • –  Runners bags
  • –  Safety package
  • –  Lifejackets
  • –  Mooring package
  • –  Fenders package

The Spec

Manufacturer &
Nautor's Swan 36
Price: €490,000 ex Vat


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