Ile O Tresors

Nautor's Swan 66-707

The Overview

Nautor’s Swan 66-707; ILE O TRESORS  is hull number 7 of the Swan 66 series and was delivered in May 2009.  Having had the benefit of the same Captain onboard since launch she has been professionally maintained to a high standard.  Perfectly set up for long-range cruising this modern Swan is presented in excellent condition and offered for sale in VAT Paid status.  Currently lying St Malo, France.

HULL & APPENDAGES

Construction

Scantlings, materials and workmanship throughout are consistent with the construction of a light hull, but without any sacrifice of strength of stiffness. The hull is built in a female mould using vacuum assisted resin infusion. The bottom is of single skin construction, the topsides of foam cored sandwich, using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced vinylester laminate. A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties.

Structural bulkheads are manufactured by using vacuum assisted resin infusion, and of foam cored sandwich with carbon fibre skins, and laminated to hull and deck.stiffener flanges are unidirectional carbon lay-ups over foam cores or hollow double bias glass formers. Engine beds are of GRP with steel inserts; special care is taken to assure rigid foundation and proper adhesion to hull Composite main shroud chain plates bonded to hull and to reinforced structural knees. Recessed stainless steel headstay chainplate and deck level composite backstay chain plates attached to hull structure.

INTERIOR

General

Carefully selected light teak is varnished and hand rubbed to give a satin finish for all visible woodwork. Removable overhead panels are installed in all accommodation areas and finished in white vinyl.

All floorboards are lightweight PVC sandwich construction with grooved oak veneer. They are treated with several coats of hard wearing two-pack satin varnish and mounted on vibration damping material. Suction lifters are provided for each cabin.

Interior bulkheads and panels are foam cored sandwich construction with teak veneers on marine ply skins. All partitions are built to meet 20dB (A) level of airborne noise reduction. Locker doors are fitted with high quality hinges and latches and hanging lockers are fitted with rails, hooks and automatic internal lights.

General cabin lighting is spotlight down lighting with dimmer controls for the main saloon. Reading lights are installed at the head of every berth, nav station and crew cabin desk. Red night lights are installed in main saloon and galley, and an additional one with on/off switch installed in the aft cabin. Nav station and crew cabin desk lights are dual white/red. An oilskin locker with ventilation and driptray is installed aft of the nav station in the aft passageway.

All drawers are made of teak with top quality latches. Mirrors are marine quality with sealed edges. Companionway ladders have non-slip steps and are supplied with padded heavy duty covers for heavy use. All berths have white canvas lee-cloths secured to stainless fittings in bulkheads and bed frame.

Mattresses for fixed berths are sprung type manufactured for marine use from fire retardent material and include foam cover mattresses. Bases are Deltaflex type batten system providing underside ventilation. Pullman berths have fire retardent foam mattresses. All mattresses and cover mattresses are finished in Annala Calico No.18 (cream) with piping in Annala Calico No.35 (beige) and are supplied with quilted fitted mattress covers.

Bathrooms/heads have white GRP counter tops with Corian basins and soap dispensers. Shower stalls are white GRP with teak floor grating and white shower curtains where specified.

 

For the full specification please contact: ross.collingwood@nautorswan.com or call: 01489 854850

 

The Spec

Manufacturer &
Model:
Nautor's Swan 66-707
Year: 2009
Length: 20.12m
Beam: 5.39m
Draft: 3.20m
Price: €1,700,000 VAT PAID
Hull Material: GRP
Location: St Malo, France

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Disclaimer:

The details of this vessel are in good faith but we cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.